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A Constitution without Refererendum Clause is illegitimate
June 11, 2016

A Constitution without Refererendum Clause is illegitimate

There is no provision for referendum in the 1999 Constitution because the Constitution already declares us as ‘indivisible’!

The 1999 Constitution declares us as ‘indivisible’
The 1999 Constitution empowers the President to crush anybody or group who tries to leave Nigeria.
The 1999 Constitution also empowers the National Assembly to impeach the president if he the President tries to support any form of secession.
The 1999 Constitution is so rigid and extremely difficult (if not impossible) to amend.
The 1999 Constitution has turned us all into slaves of the federal government.
The 1999 Constitution empowers the President and Governors to act as Army Generals once they assume office.
The 1999 Constitution is a military document.
All democratic Constitutions make room for referendum.

Only when you understand how trapped we are in Nigeria will you see reason with those who use violence as the only way to get their needs out of Nigeria.

The 1999 Constitution is violence legalized. The Federal Government is violence institutionalized. What makes you think the people and regions of Nigeria will not be violent?

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