The umbrella collection of supportive of majority rule government bunches in Nigeria, the National Democratic Coalition (NADECO), has officially composed a ‘Save our Souls’ letter to the United Nations (UN), requesting the global body to keep the breakdown from the country.
The letter made accessible to the media, yesterday, and endorsed by NADECO’s General Secretary/Spokesman, Mr. Ayo Opadokun, was a reference to the one prior kept in touch with President Muhammadu Buhari and named: ‘Re-Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari about the Unacceptable Deterioration of National Security and Political Stability Under Your Watch’.
It peruses: “We, the National Democratic Coalition, for the benefit of Nigeria write to officially demand you to utilize your great workplaces to find prompt and substantial ways to stop the quick weakening of public safety and political dependability in Nigeria.”
It expresses: “Nigeria’s present circumstance is so vile on account of the forced centralist and unitary 1999 Constitution, which was produced by a tactical club and forced upon us. Ethnic identities who were the structure blocks whereupon the British colonialist developed Nigeria had clamored, claimed and advised the sectional military wing administering Nigeria (foisting previous Presidents, Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan) as proxies, for Nigeria to get back to a government constitution whereupon Nigeria got its freedom in 1960 yet their intercessions had consistently been met with scorn and provocative reactions.
Nigerians have never acknowledged the suspension, and revocation of the arranged Independence Constitution.”
The alliance told the global body that every single ethnic identity, as contained in the connected open letter to President Buhari, could presently don’t acknowledge to be treated as slaves and sub-par residents in this British imagined political space.
This came as Christian priests and individuals from the Center for Justice, Religion and Ethnicity (CJRE) approached the National Assembly to initiate an indictment cycle against President Muhammadu Buhari to save Nigeria from the emergency.
Tending to columnists in Kaduna, yesterday, the Director-General of CJRE, Rev. Kallamu Musa Ali Dikwa cautioned:
“On the off chance that the National Assembly won’t arraign President Buhari, he will lead Nigeria to another conflict. For the officials to save the country, they ought to begin reprimand measure against him and save the nation now.”