“A restructured Nigeria with leaders of same prevailing orientation towards power especially public office, won’t be fundamentally different from the Nigeria we all detest today. Humans will always reproduce the system that socialized them,” Atlantic Post columnist Boney Akaeze writes in Opinions.
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:
Governors of Southern States of Nigeria, under the aegis of Southern Governors Forum (SGF), have resolved to support the position that the collection of Value Added Tax, VAT, falls within the powers of the states.
“If Nigeria is a federal republic, then she ought to be operated as such. There should be strict adherence to the rule of law; the constitution and nothing else should guide actions of the government at all levels. These are what statesmen like Governor Nyesom Wike stand for,” Dornubari Kiinee writes in Opinions.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Orient Harmony, in third series, writes: “Many people used to think that Restructuring would be the best option, but it is getting quite clear now that Nigeria is going to break completely.”
Why We Are Not Part Of EEF Proposal To The National Assembly For Restructuring Nigeria, NINAS Explains
Nigeria Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) explains why it’s not part of Eminent Elders Forum (EEF) proposal to the National Assembly for restructuring Nigeria.
“It is very disappointing that almost six years after riding to power on the promise of restructuring, the Buhari Presidency has made no concrete effort…”
Rivers Gov. Nyesom Wike explains how Benue kind of massacre strengthens calls for restructured Nigeria.
The PDP is accusing the APC of attempts to manipulate the system and frustrate the widespread clamour and efforts by majority of Nigerians for a genuine restructuring process.
Respect Agitation For Restructuring Or Watch Nigeria Restructure Violently, Says Ex-CDS; Buhari Kicks
•Changes must abide by norms of democracy, presidency insists; even when it refuses to abide by the rule of law – the cardinal element of democracy.