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Saturday, July 01, 2017

Presidential Aide Explains Why Nnamdi Kanu's Call For Referendum Is A Wasted Effort..

The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Prosecution, Chief Okoi Obono-Obla has said the call by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu and others for referendum was a wasted effort, and without sense.




Speaking with The Sun, the Presidential aide noted that restructuring would not solve the myriad of problems confronting the nation.

He said, “The demand for a referendum with regards to Biafra is a constitutional impossibility.

“It is a legal and political impossibility. There is no provision in the constitution of the country or any other law that provides for a part of the country to break away.

“It is a nonsensical demand. Biafra ended on the January 15, 1970. I think the agitators are just expressing their rights to freedom of expression.


Noting that agitators are just expressing their freedom of speech, the presidential aide said they are just wasting their time on the call for referendum.

He said, “The international law does not take precedence over the Nigerian constitution. If you want to ratify any treaty or international convention, the National Assembly has to approve it.

“You cannot begin to use the international law to deal with municipal, local and national issues.


“Let them stop wasting their time. There is nothing like that. The agitators are just wasting their time and that is why I am saying that they are just expressing their right to the freedom of expression.”


21 comments:

  1. Obol Barr obla....πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€
    Let me keep quiet and be going.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @la efizzy you know the guy right? Na my papa friend oh. #isokay #profiling #CRSRepresenting #sealedlips Let me send his friend this link.

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  2. They should keep saying trash, everybody is tired of this expired country called Nigeria




    *Larry was here*

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    1. If you are tired Larry, go back to your state or village and hold your state and local government which are made of indigenes and not other "Nigerians"accountable and stop making noise

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    2. (If you are tired Larry, go back to your state or village and hold your state and local government which are made of indigenes and not other "Nigerians"accountable and stop making noise).

      This doesn't just make sense. State or local government cannot do anything about splitting Nigeria.

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    3. You that is asking larry are you happy with thjs country yoj call Nigeria? Swear that you have never complained about Nigeria. Plz stop living in a fools paradise

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  3. Well if you don't want restructuring, when the water overflows, you will cry for help. Who dey chop no dey talk.

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    1. Anon 24.28 Which water??? Abegiiii

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  4. Trouble dikwa. So what is the solution we can't keep living like this.

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  5. Anytime i see this obono obla😈 i laugh.This guy is the definition of two faced.He is stinkinly corrupt.He operates via proxies in collecting his dues.Very filthy at heart too.Obono take am easy before i help send your recorded voice demanding for bribe. v ery useless human being.

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    1. If him tell you good morning please check time before you respond. Cos it may just be midnight. Can taaaaaaaalk. Melody to the ears type of speech everyday.

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  6. Stella this man is a bribe collector.He has nothing to say.very dull lawyer

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    1. Story... who no dey collect bribe? Even ordinary civil servants dey collect. How much more....

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  7. Stella this man is a bribe collector.He has nothing to say.very dull lawyer

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  8. the federal government is confused and ignorant. they dnt beleive in restructuring, they do not want to conducting a referendum.what the fuck do they want? which way nigeria, na like dis we go de dey? let it be on record that the nigerian government is directly or indirectly calling for war by their blatant refusal to conduct a referendum. #biafraexit

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    1. Linco are you educated at all? Didn't you read his explanation about constitutional law etc?

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  9. In truth, not all Nigerians want any part of the country to break away. But we all know that we cannot continue this way. It is not practical and it is stiffling the people and the younger generation. Those in leadership must understand that there is need for restructuring via a referendum. We do not need to break up. We can operate regionalism, weaken the center n let all the states operate under their regions. You cannot stifle this cry, its too loud. The government has to do something soon. Buhari needs to get out of the way for this to happen else he will use the army to kill people. Nigeria be prepared o.

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  10. Rubbish. By what laws was Nigeria's Bakassi conceded to Cameroon by Obj and his hoodlums? NMTA

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  11. kabala and the Butterfly2 July 2017 at 04:13

    Dear Nnamdi Kanu, you are now a shining light, perhaps, you have not realised it yet, everything you would say and the decisions you make should be salted with carefulness, deep thought and wisdom. Best of Luck sir!

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