First issued on February 13, 2021 and reissued on November 22, 2021, this article provides background information on the emergence of the Nigerian Indigenous Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) from a clear, cohesive strategic intervention process that dates back to the date of imposition of the 1999 Constitution.
Being a transcript of the NINAS Movement video of the same title, by Mr Tony Nnadi, premiered on July 28, 2021. (Edited for shortness). Tony Nnadi is Secretary General of the Lower Niger Congress, and Co-convener of the NINAS Movement. Please read on:
CAN calling on determined Jihadists to repent, shut out Islam from Nigeria? – Tony Nnadi 2017 revisited
In 2017, Lower Niger Congress (LNC) Secretary General Tony Nnadi wrote the following (and we were prompted today to revisit it) in response to a November 7, 2017 communiqué in which the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) alleged that there was an ongoing Islamization of Nigeria and urged the Buhari administration to pull Nigeria out of the OIC amongst other steps:
In The Atlantic Post Opinion Section
“Constitution-making is different from law-making: The legislative mandate of the National Assembly is limited to law-making; constitution-making is the exclusive preserve of the constituents,” LNC’s Tony Nnadi writes.
On behalf of the LNC and its NINAS Alliance, Tony Nnadi writes on how the so-called “Biafra Restoration” commotion impacts negatively on the greater Eastern Nigeria liberation efforts.
“This immediate disclaimer was compelled by a deluge of complaints from embarrassed NINAS Alliance Organizations and Members, as IPOB with its mutation into the Violent Criminality of ESN and Unknown Gunmen is such a Toxic Liability that NINAS does not wish to be in any form of association with them.”
NINAS wrote the following in a letter addressed to UN Security Council, the Trusteeship Council and the General Assembly as its Million-man March protesters stormed the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on September 14, 2021.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, LNC’s Tony Nnadi writes: “This unworkable Constitutional arrangement has bred a totally dysfunctional Country manifesting every known debility of a failed State.”
“Nigeria ceased to be a Federation since 1966; all ‘Federal Governments’ since 1967 are criminal and treasonous usurpation of the sovereignties of the entrapped constituent regions by a suzerainty now erected under the rogue 1999 Constitution,” LNC explains.
“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.