THE NIGERIAN CHARTER FOR NATIONAL RECONCILIATION AND INTEGRATION As Unanimously Adopted by the Delegates of the 2014 National Conference

PREAMBLE

PERSUADED that when the administration of the Northern and the Southern Protectorates of Nigeria were amalgamated in 1914, the frameworks of a potentially great nation were laid, CONSIDERING the need to ensure that the amalgamation achieves its full intendment of building a fully integrated nation, CONCERNED that, since the post independent political upheavals that abrogated the terms of nationhood entered into by our founding fathers,
the diverse ethnic nationalities of Nigeria have never had ample opportunities to formerly express their consent to coexist as one nation, RECALLING the labours of our founding fathers and of our heroes past to build a nation where, though tribe and tongue may differ, in brotherhood we would stand in the service of our sovereign nation, HUMBLY AWARE that, in spite of their labours, our founding fathers could not attain the nation of their dreams but bequeathed to subsequent generations, including ours, the task of forging a more perfect union…

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