Opinion: How NINAS December 16, 2020 Constitutional Force Majeure deliver liberation and freedom to the peoples of the defunct Federation Of Nigeria. Written by Tony Nnadi
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.
“I respond as follows to media questions about what seems to be a mobilization by political parties towards the 2023 round of national elections under the disputed 1999 Constitution,” Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.
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.
In The Atlantic Post Opinion Section
“A free society is the happiest and safest type of society to find anywhere. A free society is one where the principle of “consent of the governed” applies. In such lands, leaders and citizens both know that leaders gain their positions by the “consent of the governed,” Columnist Ndidi Uwechue writes.
“Compared with the NINAS CFM Strategic Action, these Propositions are still at the level of lamentations and finger-pointing,” Tony Nnadi replies The Yoruba Leadership and Peace Initiative’ (TYLPI) on behalf of NINAS.
Prof. Akintoye replies Presidency over statement by Garba Shehu linking Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) organized Million-Man March at the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) with IPOB.
“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.
NINAS, which declared the recent Nigeria-Russia Military Cooperation Agreement as a desperate action to save a sinking ship, explains why.