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
Opinion: Law Mefor’s attempt at setting up a false narrative about the connection between the trinity of IPOB, ESN And UGM is dead on arrival. — 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.”
Caliphate’s urgent rush to pipe away the vast gas deposits of Eastern Nigeria while locking down the Region to rot under the ruins of the 1967-1970 war. — Op-Ed Tony Nnadi, NINAS/LNC