Tag: Ndidi Uwechue

Opinion | The 1999 Constitution is the Reason for the Mass Exodus of Nigerians

“What we find in Nigeria is the very opposite of a free society. Nigeria’s society is a burden to those for whom circumstances of their birth mean that they must experience it, until the suffering masses organize themselves and say: No more of this burden!”

Opinion | The NINAS movement leads to a new way of thinking in Nigeria

“The NINAS Movement is a growing mass of ordinary Nigerians who have chosen to be different. They not only seek Justice and Democracy, but are working for it, going beyond the level of simply talking about it… the NINAS Movement is consistently, and at every stage concerned that “we the people” should not be made to suffer miseries flowing from an illegitimate 1999 Constitution that “we the people” did not make,” writes Ndidi Uwechue in her weekly column.

Opinion | How to cure the weak social conscience in Nigeria

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.”

Opinion | How PDP’s only hope of survival is the NINAS movement

In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Ndidi Uwechue writes: “We do find that PDP still goes by the name of “political party”, but that is an illusion or delusion. This type of delusion is quite common in Nigeria. Here are a couple of examples: there is a stretch of uneven ground, thinly tarred, that has no traffic lights, no pedestrian crossings, no pavement, just huge potholes, more like craters, yet Nigerians insist on calling it a “Road”.”