The Indigenous People of the Democratic Republic of the Yoruba are hereby warned, directed, and alerted to NOT receive, buy or accept any agricultural seedlings from, or suspected to be from, Bill Gates or any program, organization or foundation or anything or anyone known or suspected to be linked or linkable to the eugenicist Bill Gates.

 

 

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE YORUBA IS A SOVEREIGN NATION FROM FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2024. NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT ENCROACHMENT, AGGRESSION, AND TERRORISM WILL NOT BE TOLERATED ON OUR SOVEREIGN ANCESTRAL LAND Share on X

Allegedly, Bill Gates is planning to, or has already, introduced certain agricultural seedlings that are deadly and dangerous to the agricultural environment.

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These seedlings are said to be so deadly they cannot last for longer than a year; once planted and the crops harvested, cannot be re-planted; and can be blown to up to 60 kilometers radius, after which the entire space of land covered becomes completely infertile.

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The alleged plan of these dastardly people is to render African land infertile while the lands in the Western world will be the only places where anything can grow.

By these alleged evil plans, Africans will be forced, with no alternatives, than to buy from the Western world, and the Africans will be required to pay with Gold.

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The extent of evil that those who hate the Africans can plan and perpetrate, should never be underestimated.

This is a warning to all Indigenous Yoruba People in the Democratic Republic of the Yoruba, that any person or group of persons, in whatever form or nature, that procures or obtains in whatever ways, these dangerous seedlings shall face the wrath of the Law.

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