Yoruba World Congress
Akintoye, Akinola fault Adeniyi’s claims over leadership tussle in YWC
Not many Yoruba people would have reckoned that Yoruba World Congress (YWC) that was launched in August 2019 and which elected Emeritus Professor, Banji Akintoye...
Adeniyi: We removed Akintoye because he cannot lead Yoruba anywhere
Akogun Tola Adeniyi is a media guru and one of the founders of Yoruba World Congress (YWC). In this interview, he spoke with MUYIWA ADEYEMI (Head, South West) on the infiltrations of politicians with intent to hijack YWC, the mission and vision of the global group, which is apolitical and why its protem leader, Prof.…
Elders, leaders deny crisis in YWC
Elders and leaders of the various groups under the aegis of Yoruba World Congress (YWC), yesterday, re-affirmed their unalloyed confidence in the leadership of Prof. Banji Akintoye amid suspected leadership issues rocking the Yoruba group.
Mixed reactions trail Osibogun’s resignation from Yoruba World Congress
There are speculations the Yoruba World Congress (YWC) formed in August, last year, and headed by Professor Emeritus, Banji Akintoye to protect and promote Southwest interest
Recruit only locals into “Amotekun”, Yoruba World Congress urges SW states
The Yoruba World Congress (YWC) has urged the six South-West states to recruit only competent personnel in each local government into “Amotekun” to defend and protect their respective areas.
Operation Amotekun: Yoruba elders challenge Tinubu to speak up
A socio-cultural organisation, the Yoruba Council of Elders (YCE), yesterday called on the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Akintoye constitutes executive council to steer affairs of Yoruba group
In realisation of a new Yoruba reality, the newly elected leader, emeritus professor of History, Banji Akintoye, has announced the constitution of an “Executive Council” to steer the affairs of Yoruba World Congress (YWC), an umbrella body of all Yoruba socio-cultural, self-determination and advocacy groups in and beyond Nigeria.