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LNC condemns invasion of terror herdsmen in S’east, S’south & NINAS territory

The Lower Niger Congress (LNC) has condemned what it described as deliberate antagonism, hostility and deadly violence that terror herdsmen and their armed militias are causing in the ancestral lands of the South south and Southeast and in the NINAS territory.

In a statement by the secretary general of the organization, Tony Nnadi said the killings and trespassing onto farms, forests and lands belonging to others and other communities would not be happening had indigenous peoples made their own Constitutions.

He said, “Lower Niger Congress (LNC) decisively condemns the deliberate antagonism, hostility and deadly violence that Fulani herdsmen and their armed militias are causing in the ancestral lands of indigenous peoples in the South-South and South-East, and in our NINAS Alliance (indigenous Peoples of Middle Belt-and South) territory.

“Killings and Trespassing onto farms, forests and lands belonging to others and other communities would not be happening had indigenous peoples made their own Constitutions.

He also declared Nigeria as a disputed project after the activation of Constitutional Force Majeure

“As things stand, the indigenous peoples of the Middle-Belt and Southern Nigeria (NINAS) having declared a Constitutional Force Majeure to decommission the illegitimate 1999 Constitution, Nigeria is now a Disputed Project.

“It is the expectation of the LNC and the rest of the NINAS Alliance that an honest and timely engagement with the Five Demands of the Constitutional Force Majeure Proclamation will precipitate an orderly Process for the resolution of the rapidly degenerating Nigerian Situation.”

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