This is our agreement, and we swear before God and the land of our birth not to betray him to the grave. An army should be organized and a military commander of his choice should take command. Almost the same number of men signed the document, which marked a division in the ranks of the revolutionaries. The Naïan military agreement also attracted the main generals from Aguinaldo to Bonifacio, but unfortunately it lasted only as long as one 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 plight of the Pueblos and the Revolution; After understanding that some leaders have committed treason by destroying the force that comes from unity, by an agreement with the Spanish enemy and the deceit of the soldiers, and also by neglect to care for the wounded, our determination is to save the people from this grave danger by the following means: First, all combatants must, by the conviction of violence , saving the population from this grave danger by the conviction of violence: every fighter must, by the conviction of violence, save people from this grave danger: first, all combatants must, by force, save people from this grave danger: first, all combatants must, by force, save people from this grave danger: First, all combatants must by the conviction of violence, by the conviction of violence, to save people from this grave danger: first, all combatants, by the conviction of violence, must save people from this grave danger: first, First, all combatants must save people from this grave danger by the conviction of violence: to be incorporated into an army corps and placed under the command of General Pio del Pilar. The Naïan military agreement was a document drawn up on 18 April 1897 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.    At a meeting in Naik, Cavite, in April 1897, Bonifacio and his men drew up this document in which they decided to form a government independent of the government founded in Tejeros and which would part with it.
Among the 41 men who signed him were Andres Bonifacio, Artemio Ricarte, Pio del Pilar and Severino de las Alas. The law was handwritten in the language of Tagalog. An English translation follows: We who sign these gifts with our real names, all the officers of the army who met in conventions under the guidance of the Supreme Chief [Bonifacio] because of the plight of the pueblos and the war, after discovering the betrayal committed by some officers who sowed discord and met with the Spaniards to our enemies. to corrupt the army and to be guilty of criminal negligence in the custody of the wounded, have agreed to release people from this grave danger with the means below: . The documents tell the story of the amazing political maneuvers and, yes, the stings that marked the birth of our country.