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ANNANG HERITAGE PRESERVATION INC
POSITION PAPER IN SUPPORT OF THE CREATION OF ITAI STATE
The history of federalism in Nigeria is marked by stops and starts and what passes for power sharing between the center and the federating units is lopsided at best and dictatorial at worst. While units in other federations around the world assume a constitutional means of creation, the present Nigerian structures were often created through military fiat. This fact carries an inherent weakness and error. Among these are: the neglect of historical ties, the elevation of tribal considerations over economic realities, and the violation of the tenets of social justice. View More
Ami nde awo Annang
Ese-enkot ntere sa nkenne udim Annang ke edem.
Enkot Annang sa ntang Annang,
Ndia nkpo Annang, nkwo ikwo Annang
Nkop mbuk eset Annang sa nke mana nduk isong Annang.
Ndaka ikang mbo ke ndeghe awo Annang. Sa
Annang ase adiongo Annang, Iman adiongo iman.
Mbon eset Annang ekebo ke Annang isiwakawak, ese ededeghe.
Yak antie ndu uwom, nkene mbop isong Annang,
Mbak mon nsidi-inkenne edem edi kut uforo isong Annang.. View more.
AHPI calls for the creation another state from Akwa Ibom
The Annang Heritage Preservation organization has called for the creation a new state out of the present Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria. In a position paper released by the organization and signed by its president, Prof. Ezekiel Ette, a university professor in the United States, Dr. Michael Eshiett a UK based neurologist and Vice President of the organization and Barrister Uduak Ukpeh of the UK and the organization's general secretary, the organization called on Nigeria to create a new state to be called Itai State with headquarters in Ikot Ekpene. View More
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