Reuben Fasoranti Steps Down As Afenifere Leader
Yoruba Elder statesman, Chief Reuben Fasoranti has stepped down as the National Leader of the Pan Yoruba Socio-Political Group popularly known as Afenifere.
The 95 year-old teacher, administrator and politician reportedly disclosed this during the group’s monthly meeting at his residence in Akure, Ondo State capital.
Noting that the decision to step down is due to the fact that there was a need to improve the organisation and combat invasion of culture, Pa Fasoranti named Chief Ayo Adebanjo as the acting national leader. According to him, his age won’t enable him to accomplish the needs of the group and at such, only an active leadership can.
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“The group needs more than ever before to have an improved organisation with a more effective approach to combat the monstrous invasion of our culture and pride as a people. Only a more alike and active leadership can achieve this. At 95 I am hardly able to provide such and so it is time for me to step aside. At this junction, I am proud to announce Chief Ayo Adebanjo a politician of the Awolowo school of thought as Acting leader”, he added.Photos Credit: Getty
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