In its reaction to former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s endorsement of Labour Party (LP) Presidential Candidate Peter Obi, NINAS declared that it amounts to railroading Nigeria to 2023 Elections under the militarily imposed 1999 Constitution, which equates loading stranded passengers into a vehicle with knocked engine.
Constitutional Lawyer and Co-Convener of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS), Tony Nnadi, argues in this Op-Ed that the Feudalization of Nigeria by way of Unitary Constitutional order is Caliphate’s main strategy for conquest and Fulanization.
A Rejoinder by Tony Nnadi of NINAS to the contents of a video clip below embed in this publication, regarding the current dire situation of Nigeria and the Prescription of an Election-Based Remediation Option.
Opinion: Things that won’t improve as long as the 1999 Constitution is still standing — a Rejoinder by the NINAS Alliance
According to the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS), the Federation of Nigeria that the founding fathers signed up to in the 1959 Lancaster House Agreements, died in 1966.
The Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) released the following in swift response to candidate Peter Obi’s assertion that Nigeria’s unitary 1999 Constitution is not the problem with the country:
According to Mr. Afe Babalola, SAN, members of the interim government should be drawn from all living former presidents and vice-presidents; some selected ministers and governors and delegates of prominent professional associations.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Tony Nnadi writes: “Prayers offered on behalf of the violent criminal enterprise called Nigeria must be an abomination in the sight of God.”
The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt. Gen. Faruk Yahaya, has said only the best candidates who are medically and physically fit will be recruited into the Nigerian Army (NA). In Nigeria, however, merit is usually sacrificed on the altar of affirmative action (quota system). It is therefore doubtful that the Army can recruit only the best under the current constitutional order.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section:
“Please share these new NINAS Special Video Broadcasts very widely as your contribution to the liberating knowledge necessary for our freedom from the bondage of Unitary Nigeria,” Tony Nnadi writes.