Nigerians: The Sacrificial Goats Of The 1999 Constitution
25 May 2023
The world can wonder why Nigerians have continued to allow the operation of the 1999 Constitution, a well-known Fraud and FORGERY, over them. Is it due to a low sense of basic morality? Or a lack of problem-solving skills? Or both? In religious imagery Messiah Christ described the visible church as made up of sheep and goats. Sheep are teachable, but not so goats.
The DESTINATION of that 1999 Constitution foisted upon Nigerians is known: it is an Islamic Sharia country that would be the “estate” of the immigrant settler Fulani, as declared by Ahmadu Bello in 1960, soon after so-called Independence. Through its 68-item Exclusive List, Nigerians are disarmed and rendered defenceless to face armed and dangerous Fulani invaders with their Islamic terrorist associates, the killing machine of the Fulani conquest agenda against Nigerians for land grabbing.
Traditionally the man with “spiritual” powers is the person the community would go to for advice on the root cause of misfortune, and how to solve problems. So today, the pastor or priest who claims to have spiritual powers, is venerated in Nigeria. One such is Pastor Enoch Adeboye CEO of the Redeemed Church. In July 2022, this man who, when in Nigeria is constantly protected by numerous armed police, told Nigerians that they can fend off AK-47 carrying Fulani invaders with the jaw bones of cows! Why did he not tell his followers that Taking Down the 1999 Constitution that empowers armed Fulani is the way to stop this existential menace? Adeboye is not the only pastor who has refused to point to how the slaughter of Nigerians can be stopped. There are very many like him, including Nigeria’s vice president a pastor (also of the Redeemed Church) and professor of law who had been Attorney General of Lagos State during PRONACO, yet who in an official visit to the USA in June 2019 failed to tell the truth about the 1999 Constitution being a Fraud. Instead, he got described as “he lies shamelessly” by an American official because he sided with armed Fulani killers by calling the genocidal violence Nigerians face as just a little matter of “farmer-herdsmen clashes”. Given the lies and mockery Nigerians get from such pastors, why are they still waiting upon pastors and priests for instructions on what to do about the 1999 Forgery (Constitution)? Well, goats are not teachable.
Let us turn now to the End SARS protests. Those who guided the protests were told that if they really wanted change, they must target the fraudulent 1999 Constitution and Terminate it. It was explained to them how the 1999 Constitution is the source of their miseries – but they remained unteachable. The world then saw what happened: by not Rejecting the fraud called 1999 Constitution they remained under its anti-people powers, and many peaceful protesters got killed through the provisions of that wicked Document.
How about the 2023 Elections? Yet again Nigerians were warned not to go on this elections journey, since under the 1999 Constitution EVERYTHING about elections is under the control of the Fulani, the same Fulani that are pursuing a conquest agenda against Nigerians. Long before voting happened, Nigerians saw the rigging occurring with their own eyes: very young Arewa children were registered with voter’s cards, there were more polling booths for the Arewa Bloc than the other regions of Nigeria, open bribery of the electorate, voter’s cards of mainly people of the South were found dumped in gutters, ditches and refuse piles. Why did Nigerians STILL rush headlong to elections under the 1999 Constitution instead of going to Transitioning to Renegotiate the failed Union and thus bring real change, through the door opened by the Constitutional Force Majeure? Well! Are goats teachable?
29th May swearing in ceremony is nearly here. That is the ceremony that strengthens the hand of the Fulani and that re-empowers their conquest agenda by renewing the life of their 1999 Constitution when the president, his vice, and state governors swear to uphold and defend that 1999 Forgery (Constitution). Already we hear of at least one group saying that since INEC did not select the rightful winner of votes cast, they will set up a parallel government. Dangerous – if they do so under that 1999 Constitution. There’s no glory in being a sacrificial goat! Let it be repeated yet again: For as long as Nigerians remain under the powers of the fraudulent 1999 Constitution, they remain on the Fulani Caliphate’s road whose Destination is that Nigeria would belong to Fulani. Thus, on that Caliphate’s road, Nigerian lives do not matter, and just as we see with the slaughter going on in the Middle Belt with no consequences to the killers, and we saw with End SARS protesters, such extermination of lives can continue to be repeated.
As the artificial Union called “Nigeria” stands, in order to SAFELY get change, Nigerians MUST Reject the 1999 Constitution reason being it is a Fraud that they never made or agreed. However, that alone would not guarantee their safety because there needs to be work done to empower and validate that Rejection. Fortunately the work has been done and it was done on behalf of every indigenous Ethnic Nation of the South and Middle Belt (NINAS Territory); it includes the Solemn Assemblies repudiating that 1999 Constitution, other official multi-regional Conventions, and International Requirements. The NINAS Transitioning Template to Decommission the fraudulent 1999 Constitution and Renegotiate the Nigeria Union using Referendums is via the ORDERLY PROCESS of Constitutional Force Majeure, and it has been on the Table since 16th December 2020. But like unteachable goats, will Nigerians first needlessly suffer more losses before they Take Down that 1999 Constitution, source of their miseries and enabler of the deadly Fulani conquest agenda against them?
Ndidi Uwechue is a British citizen with Igbo heritage from the Lower Niger Bloc. She is a retired Metropolitan (London) Police Officer, she is a signatory to the Constitutional Force Majeure, and she writes from Abuja.