Barring any last-minute change, the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, (NINAS) has vowed to go ahead with the one million march in front of the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York, United States.
NINAS is the umbrella body of leading regional self-determination groups in the South and Middle Belt of Nigeria.
In NINAS, a renowned historian, Prof. Banji Akintoye is representing the South-West and Yorubaland; the Lower-Niger Congress, under the leadership of Tony Nnadi, is representing the South-South, South-East and Middle-Belt Renaissance Movement, under the leadership of Professor Yusufu Turaki is representing the Middle Belt.
It was learnt the self-determination body will storm the UN on September 14, to demand for a referendum on self-determination and abolition of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria.
The 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) holds from 14th- 21st of this month.
It was learnt that Nigerians in diaspora from the South East, South-South, South West and Middle Belt clans, living in the United States of America, are being mobilised to stand up for their indigenous nationalities.