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Key Milestones To Know And Remember

Within three weeks of the military handing down what is called the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria, lawyers and other experts who would form what is now know as the Movement for New/No Nigeria (MNN) recognized that this Constitution was not made by the people but was an imposed forgery put in place by military decree number 24.  It is important for us to remember that this movement for freedom has been a long time in the making and that a lot has been put in place to prepare for the next steps that we are now starting to take. We honor all those who have been in this movement for freedom from the beginning, including those who are no longer with us today.  These early freedom fighters included the late Chief Anthony Enahoro, late Chief C. C. Onoh, late Ikemba Odumegwu Ojukwu. and may others such as Professor Wole Soyinka.  Late Ambassador Chief Ralph Uwechue, though he spent most of his life abroad, when he returned to Nigeria and as President General of Ohanaeze, also supported the MNN Strategy.

Today we have many prominent people in Nigeria and the Diaspora that support the MNN Strategy and that number is growing daily.  We also have an increasing number of ordinary indigenous people of Nigeria at home and abroad now understanding the reason for our hardships, which is tantamount to slavery/Apartheid for the majority of the ethnic nationalities, is the ILLEGITIMATE 1999 CONSTITUTION who are supporting the MNN strategy of peaceful transition to self-determination and FREEDOM. This is not just a reality for the adults but as we have seen in recent months with the youth and young people’s peaceful protest #ENDSARS, it is also their reality and will be the reality for our future generations.  All of us want to live good, safe, fulfilling lives in our ancestral homes and together are part of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities and collectively are part of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS), the Peoples Freedom Alliance.

Key Dates To Remember On The Road To Freedom - Solemn Assemblies

April 27th, 2015 – The solemn Assembly of the ethnic nationalities of the Lower Niger bloc (Midwest, South-East, South-South together) where they REPUDIATED the 1999 Constitution in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

September 7th, 2017 – The Solemn Assembly of the Yoruba ethnic nationalities where they REPUDIATED the 1999 Constitution in Ibadan, Nigeria.

July 8th, 2018 – The Solemn Assembly of the ethnic nationalities of the Middle Belt bloc where they REPUDIATED the 1999 Constitution in Makurdi, Nigeria.

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