The Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS) has urged the British High Commissioner to Nigeria to allow for regional self-determination, as some have advocated.
This was stated in a letter to the British High Commissioner by Tony Nnadi, Secretary-General of the Lower Niger Congress and co-convener of NINAS (the Alliance of indigenous ethnic nationalities of the South and Middle Belt).
Nnadi criticised the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, for saying that anyone involved in rushing the preparations for the 2023 elections would be refused a visa to the UK.
Nnadi contended that the federal government’s emphasis on a unified Nigeria is all part of a plan to conquer the whole of Nigeria in order to create the Fulani Caliphate.
He urged the indigenous ethnic nationalities of Southern Nigeria and the Middle Belt to secede from Nigeria, warning that failure to do so would result in enslavement and possibly extinction of the people.
“It is no longer debatable that the Fulani Caliphate, officially masquerading as the ‘Federal Government of Nigeria,’ is on a vicious conquest mission against Nigeria’s indigenous nationalities in a desperate attempt to establish a homeland for all the Fulani of Africa,” he wrote.
“It is no longer debatable that the aforementioned conquest movement, which is being carried out in some kind of joint venture with the global Islamist terror networks ISIS and Al-Qaeda (operating locally as Boko Haram, ISWAP, and Fulani herdsmen), is dressed in the garb of a Jihad, with Fulanised Nigeria serving as the new operational base of those global terror networks.
“It should now be settled that the two options available to Nigeria’s completely endangered indigenous nationalities are to immediately dismantle the failed Lugardian Experiment of 1914 and bolt to safety and independence from the Union of Death known as Nigeria, or to retain Nigeria for full Fulani conquest and their own annihilation.
“Every day we (non-Caliphate rest of Nigeria) postpone applying the only feasible solution to the ongoing Fulani conquest onslaught, we exponentially increase the danger we are in and increase the Fulani Conquest mission’s success potential.
“The only feasible solution is to end the Union of Death with the Fulani as soon as possible by repealing the rogue Unitary Constitution of Nigeria (1999), in which the Fulani Caliphate ‘Owns and Controls’ the entire country.
“We (the non-Caliphate rest of Nigeria) must abandon the beast known as ‘One-Nigeria’ in order to reclaim our independence and the right to live and prosper in peace in our ancestral lands.
“Every other approach preserves Nigeria for full Fulani conquest and leads to our damnation, enslavement, and possible extermination, all of which are already taking place.
“The starting point in this urgent task of self-redemption is for us to recognise and act on the fact that the Federation of Nigeria (ie the Nigeria we know), which was our project, collapsed and died in 1967, and that the Caliphate managed to seize the carcass, which it transmogrified with the help of the British into the current unworkable Unitary Contraption known as One-Nigeria that belongs exclusively to the British.
“Fortunately, Nigeria’s beleaguered indigenous nationalities have roundly repudiated and rejected the Caliphate-imposed 1999 Constitution as the foundation of the beleaguered Nigerian Union.
“All that remains now is the immediate wholesale decommissioning and jettisoning of the poisonous 1999 Constitution in a two-stage phase determined by the trapped Constituent Components’ inalienable self-determination rights, which will include regional stay or leave referendums in the first stage.
“The Constitutional Force Majeure Proclamation of December 16, 2020, offers a detailed time-bound mechanism and structure for enacting our escape by the only viable route to protection from the present complete and dangerous Caliphate encirclement for extermination.
“The only semblance of a lifeline that the dying 1999 Constitution may still have is the 2023 general elections, which will invariably be anchored on the repudiated 1999 Constitution.
“Unfortunately for the Caliphate proprietors of the shaky One-Nigeria, the overwhelming majority of Nigerians (South and Middle Belt, working together as NINAS) who have repudiated the 1999 Constitution have also rejected further national elections under that Constitution (particularly the 2023 round of general elections), until the Union Dispute is declared through December 16, 2020, Constitutional Force M.
“The aforementioned semblance of a lifeline will be applied to the brain-dead 1999 Constitution only if the rest of Nigeria is stupid enough to agree to another round of national elections in 2023. That is not going to happen.
“As predicted, Nigeria’s desperate Caliphate-controlled ‘Federal Government’ is doing everything possible to railroad the country into another round of National Elections in 2023, as part of its strategy to save the dying 1999 Constitution and the Fulani-controlled Unitary Union it imposes.
“The Caliphate, which has repeatedly boasted that it will hold power in the Caliphate North for all time, has suddenly thrown the bait of Power Shift to the political renegades of Southern Nigeria in a bid to pit the Igbo and the Yoruba against each other for who will clinch presidential power in 2023, thus destroying the heart of the NINAS Alliance.
“This tired gimmickry of divide-and-rule is dead on arrival, as the populations of Nigeria’s South and Middle Belt have already agreed not to renew the existence of the Apartheid 1999 Constitution (and thus their own enslavement) through another round of elections in 2023.
“Against this context, NINAS views the recent reckless and disrespectful intervention by the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, who threatened that everyone involved in the famous campaign to shorten preparations for the 2023 elections would be denied UK visas.
“Let it be clearly understood that at a time when the indigenous peoples of Nigeria, as well as the Constituent Components of Nigeria, are taking steps to extricate themselves from the clear and present danger of existential threat that British-made Nigeria has become for them, the threat of denial of UK visas by the British High Commissioner to Nigeria is most insensitive.
“The situation is exacerbated by the fact that recently declassified British Colonial Records relating to Nigeria’s Amalgamation of 1914 clearly establish Britain’s role in handing over permanent reigns of control over Nigeria to the Fulani and had constantly propped up the Fulani in their trademark arrogance and brigandage since Nigeria’s so-called independence in 1960.
“The central position of Britain in the Union disturbances of 1966, as well as the genocidal war against Eastern Nigeria (Biafra) from 1967 to 1970, is well documented.”
“More significantly, given the importance of the voyage to another round of National Elections in 2023 to Nigeria’s raging Union Dispute, it amounts to siding with the Fulani aggressors and compounding serial wrongdoing for a British envoy to threaten Nigeria’s indigenous peoples who are trying to extricate themselves from the Death-Trap that Nigeria has become for them.
“NINAS is optimistic that the British public will condemn the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, for her irresponsible and humiliating actions and demand her immediate recall.”