A broadcast journalist in the service of Arise TV has made his contribution to the ongoing argument over the ownership of Lagos.
This is coming days after some politicians in Lagos State alleged that there’s an agenda by the Igbo ethnic group through the Labour Party (LP) candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour wants to take over Lagos from Yorubas.
In a tweet on Wednesday, March 15, Oseni said Lagos was a British colony until it was ceded to a Lagos Monarch.
He stated further that some of the developments in the state were made by the British and shared a photo showing the treaty cessation document between the then British government and Oba Dosunmu.
However, Oseni refused to acknowledge the position that “Lagos is no man’s land,” or that “it is a Yoruba land”.