picture.cable.com. The UN member nations are at the UN headquarters for the 2021 summit. Nigeria is represented by President Buhari, who would likely address the United Nations on the appointed date. While other nations are in the UN headquarters with some issues bordering on how to make their country a better place for all, and also on the issues of world peace.
picture.credit.thisday.ng As the UNGA continues their meeting in New York City, in the United States, President Buhari yesterday made a historic presentation to the UN. The event is a warm cerebration indeed. All the world leaders are supposed to present a speech, most especially on the issues bordering their locality and the needed assistance they might need from the world's strongest body.
picture.credit.collagen.com The situation of things in Nigeria is not pleasing, particularly as regards to events in the UN headquarters in the USA. It is needless to say that all is well, when all is not well. In the US, the NINAS are protesting against Nigeria's unity.
picture.credit.nation.ng The UN General Assembly is set to commence any moment from now. Many world leaders are converging in the US to participate in the high-profile UN event that is going to feature things that would make the world a better and safer place for people. The Nigerian president, Buhari, has left Abuja for the US.
picture.credit.premiumtimes..ng The United Nations is having a summit at its headquarters in the US. This is a summit that comes up annually. This year's event is more unique because of the issues bordering covid-19 era, economic meltdown, and terrorisim, most especially the recent fall of Afghanistan.
Image credit: punchng.com A couple of weeks ago, Nigeria President, General Muhammadu Buhari (retired) signed the Petroleum Industrial Act into law after the bill was proposed 13 years ago. Meanwhile, there have been a lot of public uproars against the bill especially from the Southern people of the country after picking out many loopholes in it.
Don't give the Nigerian govt any loan, we're not ready to repay such loans"- NINAS tells IMF, others
It is no news that the Nigerian government is seriously complaining that there is no money in the country, and as such, the government is planning on going to developed countries to request a loan. Recall that president Muhammadu Buhari wrote to the Senate and the House of Representative requesting the resolution of the National Assembly of the new external loan of N2 trillion.
Yoruba Nation agitators and other self-determination pioneers threatened to launch "unprecedented large-scale protest" in any southwestern state that allows grazing reserves. The Nigerian Alliance for Self-Determination of Indigenous Peoples and Secessionist group announced this in a statement on Friday titled "Governors in the Southern Region that welcome FG’s Grazing Reserves should prepare for a never-seen-before mass action”.
According to a report from Sahara Reporters, it was gathered that Nigeria’s Self-Determination Groups would storm the United Nations General Assembly in New York. According to a report, NINAS is an Umbrella sect of self-determination movements in the South-South, South-East, Middle Belt, and the South-West (Ilana Omo Oodua).
The chairman of the Indigenous Peoples' Association of Nigeria, Prof. Banji Akintoye, has accused the Federal Government of sponsoring protests against the attacks on the UN headquarters on Friday. He alleged that the Nigerian government had started recruiting foreigners living in the United States with $ 500 per person to present Pro-Buhari and One Nigeria March before the United Nations in New York, USA.
Photo Credit: The Punch. Yoruba Nation agitators under the aegis of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS), have threatened to parade an unprecedented protest in states that give room for grazing reserves in the Southern region of the country. According to them, Governors in the Southern Region that welcome the Federal Government's Grazing Reserves policy, or cede an inch of their ancestral land to the central government for Fulani herdsmen grazing reserves, should be ready to face the wrath of the people.
Yorubas home and abroad to sign petition in circulation seeking a referendum for seeking secession. The leader of the umbrella body of Yoruba Self-Determination Groups, Emeritus Professor Banji Akintoye, endorsed the petition being pushed by NINAS for a referendum. A group calling for a referendum on independence from the has said the chances are that the Federal Government will reject it.
Source: Sahara Reporters The Nigerian Indigenous National Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS) has asked Nigerian politicians in the southern and central belts not to run in the 2023 general election, and their practices are being suppressed by the current government.The group called it "conditions beyond constitutional control - the revival of popular power" at a worldwide press conference on Saturday.
That is why the Yoruba National Liberation Front and others in southern Nigeria, are crying foul over the government's new anti-corruption law. Activist groups in southern Nigeria affiliated to the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance, for Self Determination (NINAS) have published a statement on the anti-corruption law.