It is our approval, and we swear to God and the land of our birth not to bury him. An army had to be organized and a military commander of his choice should take command. Almost the same number of men signed the document that marked a division in the ranks of the revolutionaries. Naan`s military agreement also attracted Aguinaldo`s top generals to Bonifacio, but unfortunately it lasted only a minute from Cavite. We who sign below with our real names, all the leaders of the army met for a meeting chaired by the Supreme President to discuss the emergency of the Pueblo and the revolution; After understanding that some leaders committed treason by directing the violence resulting from unity through an agreement with the Spanish enemy and the deceit of the soldiers, and also by neglecting the propensity for the wounded, our determination to save the people from this grave danger by the following means: the smoky back room, the disaffection of power and the double trade, even , triple, is not a modern political invention. : All this worked well at the beginning of the first republic. Artemio Ricarte, aka “Vibora” or viper, is a fascinating example. He was elected commander of the Revolutionary Army at the Tejeros convention in Aguinaldo on 2 March. The next day, March 23, he was sworn in in Tanza with Emilio Aguinaldo, who officially became the new president.

The Naïan military agreement was a document drawn up on 18 April 1897[1] in which a number of participants in the Tejeros Convention rejected the outcome of the convention. This rejection, which followed Acta de Tejeros on 23 March, then claimed the life of Andres Bonifacio. On 10 May 1897 in Maragondon, Cavite, Bonifacio was charged with treason and sentenced to death. [2] [3] [1] Some Magdiwang leaders, led by Pio del Pilar and Mariano Llanera, challenged their earlier insistence that the outcome of the convention was null and void, thus recognizing the validity of the elected leaders, and then held the five vacancies after Aguinaldo`s appointment. The newly appointed officials were sworn in on April 24, 1897. Aguinaldo convened the first cabinet meeting on the same day and issued an official circular informing the city`s presidents of all municipalities that he had been duly elected by the Assembly and that he had taken office as President. [11] Just three months after the convening of the Imus Assembly, Bonifacio resumed his position as President to judge the type of command structure That Katipunan needed to best achieve his objectives.