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THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES’ REPUBLIC OF SOUTH NIGERIA (GREAT ATLANTIC)

                                                                                           

THE (KINGDOM) REPUBLIC OF SOUTH NIGERIA

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On His Highness’s Services
The Kingdom of South Nigeria.

Section 34 of the Constitution of The Democratic Peoples’Republic of SOUTH NIGERIA.

The Boarder Acts of South Nigeria 2013.

PUBLIC DISCLAIMER

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RESOLUTION 34 (B)

A. TREATY OF SOUTH NIGERIA.

The international agreement leading to the founding of South Nigeria in perpetuality, the establishment of the All African Union as economic and security arm of the African Union, on the 22nd of March, 2012, guaranteeing its citizens, their fundamental human rights, their protection abroad, in foreign states, in compliance with international laws and their rights of descent.

B. LEGITIMACY OF MAP

*****The Legitimate and official map of Nigeria showing the North and South agreement.*****

This map was agreed upon in 1947, using all senatorial, historic and ethnic maps.

****All other South/north maps different from above, remain invalid.****.

 

 

INAUGURAL SPEECH, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF SOUTH NIGERIA

 

   SOUTHERN NIGERIA

 

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 SOUTHERN NIGERIA

Emperor/President:

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Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces

Dr Olu Jalade

      (Emperor du Oduduwa)

   Interim Prime Minister:

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 Mrs Ngozi Okonji Iweala

   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ngozi_Okonjo-Iweala

     Capital:

     CT Lagos

       Population:

         100million Est.

        Currency:

Naira/Dua

ABOUT SOUTH NIGERIA

South Nigeria was sought for on 22nd of March, 2012 by the DEP Oduduwa, its’ first national Party, initially declaring as Oduduwa Republic.

With the inclusion of the other states CONSISTING 25 States of NIGERIA,  the whole formation OF SOUTHERN STATES is a result of SOUTH NIGERIA.

These entities have being together with histories dating far back as AD 90 to the 15th century and has evolved from emulating the safest possible form  pre-amalgamation.

Chief Obafemi Awolowo ( Premier, Western Region)
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obafemi_Awolowo

Odimegwu Ojukwu (leader, Biafra)
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._Odumegwu_Ojukwu

Nigeria ceases on the 1st of January, 2014 and South Nigeria becomes official.

The Republic of South Nigeria became a Federal Republic on the 2nd of December, 2013.

TOURISM SOUTH NIGERIA

Are you considering taking a holiday trip to South Nigeria and you are wondering what tourist sites to visit. South Nigeria is very rich in culture. It has a total of 25 states and its capital city is Lagos. They are so many things to see and do that you will not be able to accomplish them all in one visit. Here are the top places you can’t afford to miss when you get to the territories.

Badagry

The Point Of No Return Badagry

Badagry in located in Lagos State. This is one of the first tourist sites you might get to see when you get to Oduduwa since your flight will be arriving in that city. Badagry was well known for its slave trade. Badagry was one of biggest slave routes in the early 1500s. The site showcases what slaves went through before they were boarded on ships and taking out of Africa.

Benin City

Benin City is about 5 hours journey from Badagry. It is located in Edo state. If the road is bad or in bad weather conditions, be prepared to spend over 7 hours on the road. Your best option would be to get a flight from Lagos to Benin and it should take you no less that 35 minutes to arrive in Benin city. The city is very famous for it’s unique bronze and ivory work of art. The royal palace of Benin and the Benin moat is a must see attraction. The kingdom of Benin started around 900 AD. The Benin moat spans a distance of 6213.7 miles and was dug around 800 AD up to the late fifteenth century.

Obudu

This area is located in Cross River state. It is known for its famous Obudu Mountain Resort. Words can not fully convey how beautiful this place is. With lots of natural wonders and indescribable views. Once you get there, you will understand what I am talking about.

Arochuku

Arochuku is located along the cross river located between Abia state and Cross River state. The people are a mixture of cross river Igbos, Annangs and Ibibios. Most tourist who visit Arochuku go to see the slave route. On arrival you would normally be taken to Okoro Oji in Ujari which is the house museum which has a collection of materials and vestiges used during the slave trade, in the Biafra.

Abuja

This is the former capital of Nigeria. An ultra modern city with all the facilities you can find in any other modern city. It has a lot of architectural pieces, huge skyscrapers and lots of attractions. It is famous for its huge rock known as Aso rock.

They are many places to see in South Nigeria but the once listed above are more than adequate for you to see. You can always ask at the airport for a tourist guide.

NOW LET US ASK OURSELVES WETIN BE GOVT, GOVT NA FATHER OF THE PEOPLE, FATHER MUST LIKE HIM SON, SON MUST LIKE HIS FATHER TOO, BUT THE THINGS WEY DEY HAPPEN FOR AFRIKA I WILL MAKE AN EXPLANATION, THE GOVT WEY WE GET, NA OVERSEAS SENSE DEM GET,DEM NO BE FATHERS, WE KNOW NO DEM SELF, DEM BE THE MASTERS WE BE THE SERVANT, FOOD NA PLENTY MONEY,NOT ENOUGH HOUSES TO STAY,THE HOUSES WEY E DEY, DEM DEY COST PLENTY MONEY,YOU GO FOR WHERE HE PLAN, NO WATER FOR THE TOWN….” – FELA KUTI

BEAUTIFUL YORUBALAND

https://www.facebook.com/thebeautifulyorubaland

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6 thoughts on “THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES’ REPUBLIC OF SOUTH NIGERIA (GREAT ATLANTIC)

  1. Pls, hw realistic is this considering the number of states involved and the name the new country ll be known as (Oduduwa). Kids on the street knows dat name is synonymous to Yoruba race, now tell me hw a Igbo man or an Efik man ll want to be a part of dat country.

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