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NIGERIA AND SECESSION - Ndidi Uwechue by meavox: 6:47am On Sep 06, 2020
NIGERIA AND SECESSION
Ndidi Uwechue
5th September 2020
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Today’s Nigeria or “One Nigeria as some call it, is upheld by the 1999 Constitution. However, it has been established that this Constitution was imposed upon the people, and is a forgery (do use Google for more information on this). As such, it is illegitimate, and null and void. This also means that it cannot be amended but must be discarded, and new, proper, autochthonous Constitutions made.

It is this 1999 Constitution that upholds the Union called Nigeria. However, given that the Constitution is null and void, the Union under the current dispensation is simply “virtual” and therefore Nigeria lacks legitimate territorial credence.

It is this 1999 Constitution that states that Nigeria is “indivisible and indissoluble”. However, since it is invalid, that belief is really only in the mind of Unionists, and not binding on anybody. It is therefore in error that those who do not wish to live under an imposed Union, imposed through a forged Constitution, are called SECESSIONISTS. For, logically one cannot secede from a Union that in actual fact does not exist.

Since the word is now in common usage, and bad habits take a while to die, in Nigeria’s peculiar situation, we should for the sake of being more correct either not use the word at all, or use it with inverted commas ie written as “secessionist”. That is what I will begin to do.


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Re: NIGERIA AND SECESSION - Ndidi Uwechue by Kaduna1stson: 6:50am On Sep 06, 2020
We in southern Kaduna wants a Nigeria devoid of the injustices and killings, we want our own country too. Please stop grouping us as North when we have nothing in common with those strangers in our lands and still killing us.

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Re: NIGERIA AND SECESSION - Ndidi Uwechue by meavox: 9:07am On Sep 06, 2020
Kaduna1stson:
We in southern Kaduna wants a Nigeria devoid of the injustices and killings, we want our own country too. Please stop grouping us as North when we have nothing in common with those strangers in our lands and still killing us.

My brother, the only people insulting you by grouping you with the "North", are the Arewa.

We all know Middle Belt is different and you SHALL have your new nation. I am SS so my Bloc is Lower Niger Bloc, which is SS and SE together. Later, when the time comes we shall vote in a proper name for the new country of SE & SS people. There is also Oduduwa Bloc, and yours is Middle Belt Bloc. Each of us is working in our own Bloc but we 3 ie Lower Niger, Oduduwa and Middle Belt Blocs are in a great Alliance working towards the common goal of getting away from Arewa, as our forefathers lived.

Lower Niger Congress has a lot of material and information on their Facebook and websites. The information also applies to Middle Belt because of the Alliance. Tell your people. Here is link to LNC facebook:

https://web.facebook.com/lowernigercongress/

The maps in the poster shows what is happening.

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