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Yoruba Nation agitator Banji Akintoye launches mobile app to track kidnapping victims

Prof. Banji Akintoye, Yoruba historian and leader of the umbrella group of Yoruba self-determination groups, Ilana Omo Oodua, has launched a mobile application, “Pajawiri”, designed to track kidnapped victims and expose danger in Yoruba land.

This is what the spokesperson for the group Ilana Omo Oodua, Maxwell Adeyemi, said in a statement released on Monday.



Akintoye noted that Pajawiri is an innovative way of combating and combating crime in modern society.

According to him, the mobile app and alert system can expose criminal elements wherever they are with their victims once the victims have the app installed on their phone, turned on or off.

He noted that the security system has another system called AFINIHAN which can be used by those who don’t have an Android phone to log in to those who have the full app.

Speaking at the launch held in Ibadan, Oyo State, Akintoye, who joined the event virtually, said the emergence of PAJAWIRI is proof that the Yoruba people are too sophisticated intellectually to be mastered.

Akintoye reportedly said, “We have now proven to the world that we cannot be captured or overpowered. We are too intellectually sophisticated to be restrained.

“It is these innovations and these intellectual powers that we will deploy to get out of the quagmires of Nigeria. “

Regarding the benefits of PAJAWIRI, Akintoye added: “Anyone who has the Pajawiri application on their phone will be able to activate the application instantly, whenever they are in danger. By activating the app, they will be able to alert their families, friends and neighbors that they are in danger and need help.

“That way, no Yoruba needs to be alone on their farms, schools, markets, shops and elsewhere. Anyone who is threatened by danger and who is in possession of Pajawiri will be able to alert others to help.

“In short, today’s Yoruba can now enjoy security individually and collectively through the use of the app known as Pajawiri.

“Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide owes a huge debt of gratitude to our engineers who put this in place. The Yoruba people also owe a great deal of gratitude to the umbrella organization of the Yoruba self-determination groups, “Ilana Omo Oduduwa” for all the encouragement and support they have given to these engineers.

“The creators of this Pajawiri app have generously offered to make this Pajawiri app available to every Yoruba for free for the next thirty days. That is, by January 21, 2022. This means that all Yoruba can have Pajawiri’s protection at no cost for the next thirty days.

“After that, those who choose to continue enjoying Pajawiri’s protection will be able to do so with an affordable monthly subscription. It’s for those of us who have Smartphones (Android, iOS or iPhone). between us who do not have smartphones (Android, iOS or iPhone), a portable alert device named AFINIHAN has been designed to work as efficiently as the Pajawiri on the iPhone.

“AFINIHAN – a small portable device capable of doing wonders. This small device has been tested effectively and will be available for purchase at an affordable price.

“The purpose of all of these technological arrangements is that the Yoruba nation must involve all of its people in this provision of security,” Akintoye said.

PAJAWIRI PROJECT coordinator Ayobami Abolaji, while talking about the ideal features and benefits of the app, explained that the Pàjáwìrì app is a warning and protection system through an alarm and warning system. which will generate a protection action for the community and each individual user.

The US-based IT expert said, “The Pàjáwìrì app is designed to provide a technological solution or system that allows people to warn others of impending dangers and to elicit established response teams in them. communities to stop and prevent various vices such as: Rape, armed robbery, arson, theft, accidents, murders and banditry against app users and members of their community.

“The Pàjáwìrì app is a state-of-the-art information and communications application that alerts and locates the source and hot spots of dangerous security breaches where unchallenged killings of human life and precious property are being carried out. The Pàjáwìrì app offers a modern way to permanently curb or alleviate the fears that have gripped locals
of any geographic location and any location once and for all.

“The Pàjáwìrì application has been designed to be activated only through a referral process, in order to be able to know the identity of the users of the application and to detect suspicious and criminal elements disguised as real users. It will be free to download by any user. and will be operational after the sponsorship has activated the new user to have the sponsorship identification.

“AFINIHAN is an Android and iPhone (iOS) compatible application device that sends alert signals to connected phone systems. It is a mobile alarm system that allows those who do not have a phone portable to connect and alert those who have smartphones and computing devices configured to command and control data centers established at various perimeters in the geographic entities from which the application operates, ”said Abolaji.