M-Belt, Southern groups hold One Million Man March in U.S for self-determination

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Photo: M-Belt, Southern leaders

Eminent leaders of thought from the South and Middle Belt of Nigeria have announced a One Million Man March to be held in front of the United Nations Headquaters in New York, United States from 14th to 21st September, 2021 to demand for a Referendum on Self-Determination and abolition of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria.

The leaders are members of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination [NINAS] who signed the Constitutional Force Majure [CFM] declared on 16th December, 2020, rejecting the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria and calling for a United Nations supervised Referendum.

NINAS is the umbrella body of leading Regional Self- Determination Groups in the South and Middle Belt of Nigeria with Ilana Omo Oodua representing the Yoruba blocs, Lower Niger Congress representing the South South and South East and Middle Belt Forum representing the Middle Belt blocs.

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The 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly [UNGA] holds from 14th to 21st September, 2021.

NINAS shall be calling on all indigenous people from the South and Middle Belt around the world to unite and stand together in solidarity in their demand for the restoration of their sovereignty, their inalienable right to their self-determination, their assets and right to freely choose their association with any state.

The Freedom March will feature a demand from the United Nations to send a peacekeeping force to Nigeria to save the embattled indigenes who are being daily massacred by Fulani herdsmen and other terrorists including Boko Haram and ISIS operating with impunity.

The One Million March, according to a Statement signed by the Communications Manager to NINAS, Mr. Maxwell Adeleye, is expected to be led by a renowned Historian, Emeritus Professor Banji Akintoye, respected Varsity Don, Prof. Yusuf Turaki, Secretary- General of NINAS, Barr. Tony Nnadi, Pioneer Commissioner for Education in Osun State and National Chairman of Ilana Omo Oodua, Professor Wale Adeniran, amongst others.

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