In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section
“I am told that there was a time when Nigerian society was caring, and lived by the principles of Ubuntu. Some say it ended with the civil war of 1967-70. War does change people, civil war can change people all the more,” writes Ndidi Uwechue in her weekly “Ndidi Uwechue’s Column: The Smart African.. A Place for Intelligent Discourse.”
NINAS has counselled Pastor Bakare to join forces with its well thought out template and recommendations for decommissioning the military-era imposed “1999 Constitution,” rather than reinvent the wheel.
Governors of Southern States of Nigeria, under the aegis of Southern Governors Forum (SGF), have resolved to support the position that the collection of Value Added Tax, VAT, falls within the powers of the states.
Opinion: Reinventing the wheel with pilfered ideas: A rejoinder to the so-called Eminent Elders Forum’s 19-point resolution on how Nigeria can be moved forward. Written by Tony Nnadi, on behalf of NINAS.
“This audio by the Speaker that introduced himself as Pastor Istaphanus has been circulating for at the least 5 years. The Rogue Biafra Franchise merely put a video on it to adapt the message to suit their hollow shenanigans,” Tony Nnadi writes.
In furtherance of its demand for an end to the military era imposed constitutional order backed by Decree 24 of 1999, the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) has released 8 new call-to-action videos.
“It is clear that the two Genocide Generals are still stuck in their 1967 World, discussing Secession when the rest of the World has moved on to the Inalienable Right to Self-determination for all ethnic nations that are in their own ancestral space,” Tony Nnadi writes on behalf of NINAS Secretariat.
Being a Rejoinder by Tony Nnadi on behalf of NINAS to the makeshift “Coalition of Northern Groups” which seeks Igbo-Exit Referendum from Nigeria’s National Assembly.
In response to a recent question on whether the much vilified 1999 Constitution was drafted at gunpoint or some influence, constitutional law expert Tony Nnadi wrote the following.
Front line Self-determination campaigner, LNC Sec-Gen Tony Nnadi has given a number of reasons why Nigeria’s Constitution must be expeditiously taken down after the lockdown.