What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference?Q - Nigerian Newspapers
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Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Olatoye on Friday March 9, 2012 at 3:53:46: SNC means, the gathering of stakeholders to discuss the way forward for our nation, at this gathering, various groups are expected to express their grieviances and opinion.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by E. U. Honour on Saturday March 10, 2012 at 15:27:4: In my opinion, SNC is the assembling together of stakeholders in a nation to deliberate issues of common interest as a bid to reaching mutual benefits through compromise.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by A on Sunday March 11, 2012 at 7:10:17: SNC is a conference for pseudo elected "ethnic" representatives to give a boost to the on-going greed and inordinate desire by our unpatriotic leaders or vision-dried-out leaders to wittingly blast Nigeria into smithereens. Be careful what you ask for.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by YEKEEN WALIU ADENIRAN 08039246741 on Wednesday March 14, 2012 at 14:56:26: forget about the nigeria sovereign nigeria polities is a dirty game nigeria polities is rubish dat why.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Toluwani on Thursday March 15, 2012 at 19:48:13: best for nigeria now.it is an avenue for the regions to speek their mind and they resolve issues at once.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Dr Tony Osawe on Tuesday March 13, 2012 at 3:27:25: An opportunity to review approaches to our mutual co-existence.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Andrew Yilnaan on Friday March 23, 2012 at 9:29:53: Sovereign National Conference is a forum of representative of the various ethnic Nationalities, Regions, states, interest groups e.t.c where issues affecting the Nigerian State are to be address and to determine the extent of our continued unity. It a fora to choose for ourselves whether to continue with the marriage of administrative convenience foisted on us by the British colonialist or to dissolve it. It is an avenue for decision making.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Ibrahim on Sunday April 1, 2012 at 1:26:8: Gathering of Nigerian reprentatives to discuss Nigerias problem.let it be. Let it be so that the Yorubas will go with ports and what they think without it some nigerians will die.the Niger delta go with their oil and ibos with their erosion and Hausas with their desert and die.while those with oil and ocean live for ever.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Vera on Monday April 9, 2012 at 1:21:50: People of d north who constitute jmoarity of opposition to SNC/NC only do it cos they profit most from d lopsided xture in nigeria,or better still they don't undastand it.Omojuwa doesn't even present a serious reason for opposing it,just dat its a distraction,and we av a nass whose action omojuwa himself doesn't believe in.I challange him on dis earlier. If really we don't need snc, y did some fools in d north started burning houses n killing corp members after Jona won in april? Mind u,I don't support jona, but d truth is he won d election fairly though not with d bogus figure. Y were they killing southerners in d north. If truly they so much believe in nigeria,or is nigeria only good when someone from north wins? I read elrufai comment on snc, and I watched with pity his reaction when cpc lost d recent election in adamawa, y didn't people protest? Or is it bcos it was a contest btw hausas only, even when it was obvious d governor didn't perform, owing salaries ,locking down house of assembly?the people were helpless, Curiously he wasn't so visible on d bayelsa charade too, for omojuwa I commend your intellectual activism, but there are some obvious truth you can't gloss ova. I support indivisible nigeria,with the opening up of d political space for people to aspire to d top with d usual cabal or religious/ethnic holding u to ransom. That was d problem jona had wen he decided to contest 2011. A confederate system with strong bonds, but little power at d centre is better. Omojuwa ask your northern friends d main reason dey oppose snc,they will either say they don't want to break nigeria, I don't want that too, but why did they fight after 2011, at least yorubas didn't support obj during both elections he won,but we didn't fight, yaradua was imposed on d north/nigeria against GMB, but they didn't fight him. But they fought a southerner! Watch it brother, in your attempt to project your sophistication and altruistic fervour, you loose touch with d jmoarity. The Ruling class will not allow people to decide a better way forward bcos it profits them as it is.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Miroslav on Monday April 9, 2012 at 11:24:4: Each time the National Assembly meets, a Sovereign National Conference is going on. A conference is a meenitg of two or more persons for discussing matters of common concern. Sovereignty is authority. The Assembly has all the elements of an SNC. We cannot have a National Assembly and also have another Sovereign National Conference going on .This writer is full of contradictions. How many ethnic nationalities do you have in the NAS? Mostly WAZOBIA. The NAS does not represent the Ethnic Nationalities.I think we should have a SNC to settle the issues once and for all. We may discover to our pleasant surprise that we have more ties that bind. Who says SNC wiil lead to a break-up of Nigeria? And so what if we break up? Do we have to stay together in misery? If the SNC was the only tool to employ to break up this Country, and Nigeria was not meant to be, delaying the conference is just delaying the D-Day. Let's just get it over and done with. I am brilliant, but the Country Nigeria classifies people like me as minorities. The Fed Civil Service is filled with the Tripod of Wazobia. I don't even wish to mention the issue of Niger Delta where I am from. But God in His infinite wisdom saw it fit to situate the life-source of this country in the Niger Delta. But what do we have? Minorities are still discriminated against in their own backyard by the the owners of Nigeria.I say let the conference roll on. Let us discuss. I certainly do not feel like this is my Country. Apart from the injustice in the system, there is really no cultural affiliation with certain groups in the North. This is the truth for me. I grew up there so I have a lot of friends from up there. But fundamentalist Islam of today is not what it was when I was growing up. The current Islamic fanaticism I can live without, thank you very much. Although they are nicer people than Southerners, the cultural difference is just too uncomfortable for me. Otherwise we will continue to live in segregated communities, with different cultures and norms, and values tearing at the seam of our existence, while pretending to be one nation. There's nothing wrong in going our separate ways, I want my own Country.
Re: What is the meaning of a Sovereign National Conference Reply by Kingsley. c. ugwu on Friday March 29, 2013 at 11:9:5: sovereign national conference is the best thing that will happen to nigeria.the fact is that is only a fool who joins a union that doesnt profit him.snc will offer nigerians the opportunity to determine how thier union should work and to distribute political and economic resources equitably.i believe in one nigeria but doesnt care if our sepration will bring a beter atmosphere for the people to survive.
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