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  • Adamu M. Dankore 9:34 am on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Nigeria’s unity is negotiable! 

    I support one Nigeria BUT only when it is the will of Nigerians (not politicians). 

    #truefederalism #restructurenigeria

  • Adamu M. Dankore 6:23 pm on August 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    “I Support Biafra and Any Right Thinking Man Should not Support the Status Quo” 

    **The Tongue is Mightier than the Sword Audio Series**
    Uzoma Veer joins me to show support for Biafra.

  • Adamu M. Dankore 1:10 pm on August 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    **The Tongue is Mightier than the Sword Audio Series**
    Emmanuel Okoro believes restructuring is the answer.

  • Adamu M. Dankore 7:04 am on August 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    The Tongue is Mightier than the Sword Podcast Invitation 

    I am starting an AUDIO SERIES (podcast) titled ‘The Tongue Is Mightier Than The Sword.’ 

    My participant(s) would defend why they want a separation (e.g Biafra, Oduduwa, Arewa e.t.c), restructuring or the status quo (present system) in 40 minutes or less. 

    Are you interested? Tell me when you will be free here:

    Contact me through the Whatsapp group:

  • Adamu M. Dankore 8:52 pm on August 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply  


    Is it not the function of politics to own your land
    It is not the function of politics to conduct JAMB 

    Is it not the function of politics to run NNPC

    There’s a lot more:

    What is freedom?

  • Adamu M. Dankore 4:35 pm on August 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    What is wrong with the N-Power program? 

    This is what’s wrong with the N-Power program and every other thing that the FG does. 

    More than 70% of our FG’s money comes from oil. Oil that was never given to her by the people. More importantly is the fact that everything our government does is doing so without our consent. EVERYTHING. Nigerians didn’t vote for the present 1999 Constitution. 

    This is another reason in my opinion why we need to come up with a new constitution and let Nigerians vote on it, thereby giving the government the consent of the people.

  • Adamu M. Dankore 12:28 pm on August 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Should NYSC be scrapped? Part 2 

    We are using the WRONG METHOD to achieve NYSC’s objectives. 
    Think about this before you read on- Is it OK to force you to be friends with me? 

    I’m not against NYSC, I’m against the fact that it is a MANDATORY service and is run by government. 

    To achieve NYSC’s fine objectives, it should be VOLUNTARY and run NOT by government. Why? Because you can’t force friendship and government doesn’t know how to run things well. Friendship is good but forcing it makes the friendship either not achievable or less achievable. 

    NYSC’s main objective is to unify the nation after the civil war, a very good objective but we are using the wrong method to achieve it. The government mandates every graduate of higher institution to serve otherwise she/he will not be employed in the formal sector. This method is bad because it is forcing you to go through NYSC whether you like it or not. 

    Again, is it OK to force you to be friends with me?

  • Adamu M. Dankore 1:12 pm on August 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Should NYSC be scrapped?  

    I think NYSC should be scrapped. 

    NYSC is morally wrong and it is not achieving its major aim, national unity. If it does, there would not be increased agitations for Biafra, Oduduwa and many other ethnic crises. 

    This is not to mention instances of inhumane treatment of youth corpers, wasting of youths’ precious time and making Nigerians less free. 

    The best way to achieve national unity is through voluntary trade (buying and selling) made possible under True Federalism. 

    The only major beneficiaries of NYSC are the politicians and companies in bed with them. It is not their fault though, any one of us would do the same. It is our fault for keeping NYSC. 

    NYSC should be scrapped or at least be a voluntary service.

  • Adamu M. Dankore 10:18 pm on July 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply  


    Even if you don’t support restructuring Nigeria, shouldn’t you be worried about a constitution that came into existence without your input (aka referendum)?

    If you and someone are going to live peacefully with each other, there should be an agreement on rules governing your living together. This agreement or referendum wasn’t there when the military imposed the 1999 Constitution. And to make matters worse, it was a very bad constitution.  

    Learn what’s wrong with the 1999 Constitution:

  • Adamu M. Dankore 10:25 am on June 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    One magic formular you need to know to restructure Nigeria to True Federalism.

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