Africa Revolt: Overthrowing Imposed Constitutional Arrangements To Terminate Neo-Colonial Structures In Africa

Tony Nnadi, NINAS
02 September 2023

Constitution simply means Union Arrangements, whether it be the Boer-imposed Segregation Order of 1910 by which the Apartheid Constitution of South Africa was imposed; or the December 1913 British Order-In-Council (Colonial Decree) by which the Nigerian Union was imposed via the Amalgamation of January 1, 1914; or the Colonial Pact of France imposing the Union Arrangements (Constitutions) on Francophone Countries of West and Central Africa; or Decree No.24 of May 25, 1999 by which Abdusalam Abubakar’s so-called “1999 Constitution” of Nigeria was enacted and imposed. The common strand is that the Union Arrangement that creates a Master-Servant Union is imposed in the negation of the Will of the People and in the Usurpation of the Sovereignty of the People, who then become Slaves in their own Homeland.

Just as the British and their Fulani (and other) Local Agents imposed the Unitary Union of Nigeria in Confiscation of the Sovereignty of the Peoples of the Constituent Components of Nigeria, France and their Local Agents across the West and Central African so-called “Francophone” Countries Hijacked and Confiscated the Sovereignty of the Indigenous Peoples of those West and Central African Countries.

The Coups we have seen across the West and Central African Sub-Regions since 2021 have been mostly by Indigenous Military Officers in the Armed Forces of those countries to Overthrow the imposed Union Arrangements (i.e., Constitutions) and recover their Hijacked Sovereignties.

The Task before those who find themselves in such situations is to Overthrow such Imposed Constitutions (i.e., Union Arrangements) along with the Enforcers of such Constitutions (Governments/Establishment).

The Revolution to Overthrow such imposed Union Arrangements could be led by Patriots in the Military in the form of Coups d’état, as we have seen in Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, Sudan and Gabon.

It could also be the Popular Mass Revolt, as we saw in the Arab Spring that swept through the North African countries of Tunisia, Algeria, and Egypt a few years ago.

NINAS is Leading this Task of Sovereignty Recovery and Union Reconfiguration in the Nigerian Component of the humongous African Scourge of Neo-Colonialism.

We are witnessing the Terminal Phase of Centuries of Enslavement and Colonization of Africa as Indigenous Peoples of Africa come to the Consciousness Threshold to enact a Joint Jailbreak that will finally Liberate Africa from the Yoke and Bondage of Colonialism.

We salute the Courage of the Patriots who are leading the Charge for this long overdue Liberation of Africa across the various countries already undergoing Transformation. We also salute the Courage and Pioneering Efforts of Patriots like Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao, Professor PLO Lumumba, and others, who have led the charge in the awakening of all to the urgent Task of Liberating Africa from the Bondage of Slavery and Colonialism.

Tony Nnadi
September 2, 2023


Full text of the NINAS December 16, 2020, Constitutional Force Majeure as published by the Guardian Newspaper of January 20, 2021 (Pages 38, 39, 40 & 41)

Video broadcast: Transitioning as Alternative to Chaos: Looming Constitutional Crisis. Part-3 of 5, May 21, 2023.

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