Self Determination Groups

Emeritus Professor Pa Stephen Adebanji Akintoye

On Chanel TV, reading letter from the Fulani terrorists on their intent to wage war on Nigeria

Ilana Omo Oodua

The Yoruba Nation Global Directorate recognizes the Ilana Omo Oodua's iconic role in the struggle for the emancipation of the Yoruba land from the oppressive, repressive and obsessive domination of Fulani Government of Nigeria.

The Ilana Omo Oodua self determination group stands vehemently to refute and oppose any form of continued intimidation or threat of and/or against the Yoruba people wherever found.


The group have played vital role in fighting every level of lopsidedness or cheating of the the Yoruba people. They are motivated to recover Yoruba lands at Ilorin and its environs, the igbonmina and Okun lands. They hope fight assiduously to recover Yoruba seas and ports at Apapa, Tincan etc. from Fulani or other ethnic rulership...

Oodua People's Congress

The Oodua People's Congress (also known as OPC) is one of the major and foremost self determination groups of the Yoruba people. As obvious, it derives its name from that of Oduduwa, the ancestor of the Yoruba race. 

 

This powerful and amazingly widespread group was formed in August 1994 with the primary aim of defending, protecting and promoting Yoruba interests.6 Some other ethnic groups, such as the Igbo and the Ijaw, had also formed their own organizations. However, under successive military governments in the 1990s, freedom of expression and association were even more severely restricted, and members of groups calling for autonomy or agitating for greater power for particular ethnic groups were arrested and harassed by the authorities, in some cases on the basis of allegations that they had carried out acts of violence. Those arrested included Frederick Fasehun, leader of the OPC, who was detained in 1996 for a year and a half.

Omo Oduduwa Renaissance

Omo Oduduwa Renaissance is an autonomous, self-determining group for the people of Oduduwa, a nation built on strong democratic values and institutions,  with supremacy of the rule of law, social and economic justice for all. A nation where every citizen is valued and can live a productive life to realize their full potentials, irrespective of creed, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Their mission is to speak with one determined voice to demand our rights to own our destiny, through civil means and peaceful negotiations with local and international governments and institutions.

Oodua Action Movement

The Oodua Action Movement is an autonomous, self-determining group for the people of Oduduwa, a nation built on strong democratic values and institutions,  with supremacy of the rule of law, social and economic justice for all. A nation where every citizen is valued and can live a productive life to realize their full potentials, irrespective of creed, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Their mission is to speak with one determined voice to demand our rights to own our destiny, through civil means and peaceful negotiations with local and international governments and institutions.

National Association of Oduduwa Student
(NAOS)

National Association of Oduduwa Student (NAOS) is a non-profit organization founded on integrity. The Organization is made up of an exceptional body of young patriotic intellectuals whose concern for Yoruba students both home and abroad is foremost; an active group that studies Yoruba student’s situation, realizing the imperative need to take up responsibility as potential future Yoruba leaders.

The driving zeal is fueled by a strong patriotic spirit and a sincere desire to impact the Yoruba nation with the vigor of our cultural youthful life.

Omo Yoruba Dallas-Fort Worth Texas USA

National Association of Oduduwa Student (NAOS) is a non-profit organization founded on integrity. The Organization is made up of an exceptional body of young patriotic intellectuals whose concern for Yoruba students both home and abroad is foremost; an active group that studies Yoruba student’s situation, realizing the imperative need to take up responsibility as potential future Yoruba leaders.

The driving zeal is fueled by a strong patriotic spirit and a sincere desire to impact the Yoruba nation with the vigor of our cultural youthful life.