Diplomacy

Why NINAS declared military cooperation with Russia a desperate action to save a sinking ship

By Editor
President Buhari of Nigeria (left) signs military cooperation agreement with President Putin of Russia.

The Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) has declared the recent Military Cooperation Agreement between President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria and his Russian counterpart, President Vladimir Putin, as a desperate action to save a sinking ship.

The above declaration was made in a statement issued on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, by Tony Nnadi, NINAS Co-Convener, on behalf of the NINAS Alliance.

NINAS said: “Rushing into military cooperation with Russia will not save the sinking Caliphate from the consequences of the Union dispute declared December 16, 2020 by the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS).

“As the Nigerian Union Dispute Declared by NINAS, December 16, 2020 rages on, and as Global Powers including the United States, the European Union, the UK and China, continue to take far-reaching measures that isolate the Terror-Ridden and thoroughly Disputed Nigerian Union, including the Ban on Sale of Weapons and Cancellation of Foreign Loan Requests, it is obvious that the rush by the Caliphate-Controlled Nigerian Government to cobble up a “Military Cooperation” Agreement with Russia is a desperate action to save a Sinking Ship. ( https://www.cfr.org/blog/nigeria-and-russia-sign-military-cooperation-agreement ).

“Unfortunately for the Distressed Caliphate, that rush to Russia reprieve is coming in too little and too late in the day to provide any meaningful answer to the Consequences of the Union Dispute raised by NINAS by way of the Constitutional Force Majeure of December 16, 2020, on account of which Far-Reaching Concerted Policy Measures are being taken by concerned World

“The ground realities currently crystallizing before the Global Community is that Nigeria is now a heavily disputed Union, unraveling in a setting that gives the Fulani Caliphate no chance of prevailing against a determined Alliance of the Rest of Nigeria and that the Fulani are actually just using the name “Nigeria” to enter all manners of Transactions with International Institutions, Foreign Countries and Foreign entities, in a setting that render those Transactions untenable amidst the aforementioned Union Dispute, whether the Transactions be Foreign Loans or Military Cooperation.

“Purchase of Weapons can be done as brisk business by Russia or any other vendor-Country, even black market by rogue regimes, but the range of Assad-Style Military Assistance and Cooperation potent enough to aid the Fulani Caliphate to Prevail against the Alliance of the Non-Caliphate Rest of Nigeria, will require a lot, lot more than an emergency switch-to-Russia can deliver.

“It is just a psychological self-reassurance (delusion if you ask me) by the Fulani, to flaunt some miserable cooperation agreement with Russia at this Juncture when the US and its Allies already openly pitched tents with the Propositions and Prescriptions of the NINAS Alliance. (Click here: https://youtu.be/VOH3TVC3uFE )

“Not when the ISIS/Al-Quaeda Terror Network FG-Assisted heavy incursions into Nigeria & West Africa is already at the center of the Calculus and Policy Thrust of the US and its Allies as this touches directly on their own Strategic National Security Interests.

“Reading the US Ambassadors recent comments (below) on the unfolding situation in Nigeria in comparison with the Afghan incident will give an indication of where things are headed. ( https://franktalknow.com/insurgency-why-nigeria-cant-end-up-like-afghanistan-us-envoy/ ).

“More importantly, the rigorous Implementation of the NINAS December 16, 2020 Multi-Regional Constitutional Force Majeure is now Guarantee that the crude designs of the invading Fulani will not prevail against the Strategic Self-Preservation Exertions of the Alliance of the Rest of Nigeria.”

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