The Road Not Taken, The Mandate That Vanished, And The Imperative Of Union Reconfiguration

The Road Not Taken, The Mandate That Vanished, And The Imperative Of Union Reconfiguration
Tony Nnadi
01 May 2023

In pursuit of FREEDOM from the bondage of Apartheid Nigeria, Lower Niger Congress (LNC) and its NINAS Allies, across a period of 20 Years, painstakingly built a South and Middle Belt Alliance that isolated the Caliphate Supremacists and Successfully Delegitimized the Caliphate-imposed Unitary Constitution of Nigeria.

The largely dishonest Elders of the South and Middle-Belt, whom we took into confidence in the No-Further-National-Elections-Under-1999 Constitution Enforcement Strategy for Taking Down the 1999 Constitution by which we are shackled and enslaved, suddenly decided to hijack and divert that Potent Alliance into the pursuit of political POWER via Elections mandated by that same Constitution, and by which the winner of any Election must Swear and Govern. 

(Here is the link to the NINAS Broadcast addressing the Elders of the South and Middle-Belt as they were railroading all to 2023 Elections: )

Knowing the deep-seated machinations undergirding the master-servant Unitary Nigeria, NINAS did its best to warn aloud that there was no possibility of overwhelming the Fulani Conquest Agenda which was already in an advanced stage against us and others via the Election route. 

The Elders bluntly refused to listen and somehow managed to drag along the Youth of the Alliance Territories who were becoming aware of the devilish Constitutional Contrivances and wicked Constitutional Foundation upon which the Unitary Nigeria of now is constructed, as they became manipulated to think that Nigeria was a “Democracy” that needed only a Change of Leadership. They saw in candidate Peter Obi, the kind of Leadership they imagined would do the magic, and so they plunged heedlessly into the Election Voyage in a vessel they christened Obidient Movement. 

Knowing what it knows about the deep-running fault-lines of Nigeria and the danger of loading further National Elections on Nigeria’s Disputed Unitary Constitution (1999) ,  NINAS had by its December 16, 2020 Constitutional Force Majeure Proclamation, prescribed the shelving of further National Elections under the Fraudulent, Imposed and Unworkable Unitary 1999 Constitution, Proposing in place of the 2023 Elections, an immediate TRANSITIONING Arrangement so that Nigeria can first undertake the inevitable Union Reconfiguration and Wholesale Constitutional Reconstruction, dictated by the Self-Determination imperative for the Constituent Components of the Distressed Federation of Nigeria currently trapped in the Failed Lugardian Experiment of 1914.

Many played deaf ears and plunged recklessly to the 2023 Elections under the 1999 Constitution, landing Nigeria in a Constitutional Logjam that cannot be resolved outside the context of a Grand Union Renegotiation.

The reasons for which NINAS’ Prescription of No-Further-National-Elections-Under-1999-Constitution are now manifesting in a manner that strikingly resembles the 1964-1965 scenario which resulted in January-July 1966 Union Trauma degenerating into the Genocide of 1967-1970 which unfurled in the order of Disputed Constitutional Arrangement —> Electoral Fiasco —> Constitutional Logjam —> Union Collapse.

Nigeria is back on that Tragic Trajectory following the 2023 Presidential Election and NINAS steps forward to invite all to the Union Reconfiguration Template as enunciated in the December 16, 2020 Constitutional Force Majeure and by which we can initiate the aforementioned TRANSITIONING. 

There really is no viable alternative to this remedy as there is no Nigeria still in place for anyone to Govern except anyone is under the illusion that the Mistake of 1914 has advanced to anything more than the “Mere Geographical Expression” it had always been.

Here are links to two NINAS Broadcasts pointing us back to the Road Not Taken and the Imperative of Union Reconfiguration in the face of the Botched 2023 Electoral Voyage:



Tony Nnadi,
NINAS Secretariat.
May 1, 2023.

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