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NINAS CONSTITUTIONAL FORCE MAJEURE WORLD PRESS CONFERENCE ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 17, 2021 AT THE EXPIRATION OF THE 90-DAY ULTIMATIUM GIVEN TO THE GOVERNMENT

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END APARTHEID NIGERIA BY RESTORING THE SELF-DETERMINATION RIGHTS OF ETHNIC NATIONALITIES

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BREAKING NEWS!

On December 16, 2020, the MNN, an alliance of the Middle Belt, Yorubaland, and Lower Niger issued a PROCLAMATION of the CONSTITUTIONAL GRIEVANCES, DECLARATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL FORCE MAJEURE AND DEMAND FOR TRANSITIONING PROCESS FOR ORDERLY RECONFIGURATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL BASIS OF THE FEDERATION OF NIGERIA!  The proclamation is titled: CORRECTING THE MISTAKES OF 1914.

Constitutional Force Majeure: Indigenous Nationalities Give FG 90-Day Ultimatum

IMPORTANT updates!

Dec. 11, 2020 International Criminal Court (ICC) Update:

“Following a thorough process, I can announce today that the statutory criteria for opening an investigation into the situation in Nigeria has been met.”

ICC Prosecutor: We’ve Reasonable Basis to Believe Nigerian Security Forces Committed Crimes against Humanity | THISDAYLIVE

Dec. 7, 2020 Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State

Nigeria, a U.S. ally was designated a “Country of Particular Concern” for religious freedom, alongside nations that include China, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

Pompeo Designates ‘Violators Of Religious Freedom’ Including China, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria | The Daily Caller



Sept, 3, 2019

Nigeria is a pressure cooker of internal conflicts and generalized violence that must be addressed urgently, an independent United Nations expert said on Tuesday, following a fact-finding visit to the country.

She pointed out that if ignored, the ripple effects of unaccountability on such a large scale, had the potential to destabilize the sub-region if not the whole continent.

Insecurity and violence turn Nigeria into a ‘pressure cooker’ that must be addressed, says UN rights expert | | UN News

Oct. 5, 2020

The Presidency has reacted to the renewed calls by some individuals and socio-ethnic groups to restructure Nigeria.

Buhari in a statement signed by Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, said his administration will not succumb to threats and undue pressure over the matter.

Buhari will not restructure Nigeria – Presidency replies Adeboye, others – Daily Post Nigeria

 

November 28, 2020

RESTRUCTURING, TRUE FEDERALISM: How South South spoke with one voice
Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/11/restructuring-true-federalism-how-south-south-spoke-with-one-voi

The governor Okowa left no one in doubt about the resolve of South-South governors to stand with their people when he announced at the consultative meeting that the country was not at peace because it had failed to practice true federalism.

In a speech that itemized the seven-point demand of the region, he stated: ”The region demands true federalism and devolution of powers to the states, including creating and managing their own police and security architecture, true fiscal federalism guided by the principle of derivation, revenue sharing and control of resources by each state.”

He decried the deliberate lack of understanding, empathy and uncompromising attitudes of some Nigerians, who refused to understand the peculiar challenges of the South-South region, especially the degradation of the environment and the pollution of our waters. “All we demand and ask for is fairness and equity and as we await actions to restructure the country, we hereby renew our demands for: ‘The relocation of the headquarters of major oil companies in Nigeria to the region; relocation of several NNPC subsidiaries from Lagos and Abuja to the region,” he said.

Marginalisation of Nigeria’s minorities fuelling calls for restructuring –Wike