Indigenous Nationalities of the Southern and Middle Belt Territories of Nigeria have given the Federal Government a 90-day ultimatum to begin a transitioning process for an orderly reconfiguration of the constitutional basis of its federation.
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.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Tony Nnadi writes: “Nigeria’s problem is structural and not the leadership problem being bandied around.”
“Let it be known to the Leadership of Nzuko Umunna that their hollow scheme is dead on arrival and that costly consequences will attach to their current role masked as “Peace- Making”,” Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.
“Here is the summary of the 8-point strategy of the Lower Niger Congress allotting percentage-weights to various components of the overall tasks in the region’s liberation project,” Tony Nnadi writes in Atlantic Post Opinion.