The NINAS Alliance insists that because all political parties subscribe to the 1999 Constitution — which it calls Charter of Evil — they are in equal complicity in its sustenance, and that things can only get worse, no matter who wins the 2023 Election; hence it should be Transition Now, Not Election.
A note of clarification and direction on the implementation of the joint-jailbreak strategy of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) freedom alliance written by Tony Nnadi on behalf of NINAS Secretariat.
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:
How BBC Documentary On Zamfara Terror Machinery Is Misleading —Tony Nnadi Of NINAS
NINAS insists that this propaganda audio is a cheap psychological attack to instill paralyzing fear and drive frenzied action.
UK MPs Debate On Terror In Nigeria: Building Upon False Narratives Whilst Blinded By Vested Self-interest
Opinion: British parliamentary debate on terror in Nigeria: building upon false narratives whilst blinded by vested self-interest — by Tony Nnadi
“The situation also offers the leaders of IPOB, fractured as it may be, as well as all the other “Biafra restoration” groups, an opportunity for deep introspection and a total reconfiguration of strategy if Self-determination and freedom are their goals,” Tony Nnadi writes.
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.”