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The Rational Definition of Sovereignty

The Rational Definition of Sovereignty
Eke-Dike Ozo-Egede Chigozie 08037566542

Sovereignty is rationally understood as the maturity and ripeness of a nation of a race to self-government without external hindrance and intrusion. It is the maturity of, for example, Igbo nation and Yoruba nation to exercise supreme rational authority within their territory; independent of any external control, force, intrusion and hindrance. Thus, Sovereignty is the absolute right and power of the nations of peoples to make and enforce laws within their territorial dignity without any Haram and Boko. This, within Nigeria Character, implies that Igbo and Yoruba are ripe and mature 2 go. This rational definition will become rational exodus as soon as the peoples rationally understand it and intelligences reach the right angled triangle.

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