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Are The Igbos Their Own Biggest Enemy? by MegaMan2020: 11:49pm On Dec 27, 2012
Simple question..Needs a simple answer. Lets talk...
Re: Are The Igbos Their Own Biggest Enemy? by Nobody: 11:55pm On Dec 27, 2012
Not only are they their own worst enemies,
they are also the cancerous cell that needs
to be uprooted from the Nigerian fabric for the
country to move forward.

Igbo culture is reminiscent of the vandals of Europe
during the mid-ages. They are uncivilized, uncultured
and they also lack the mental capability and savviness
to build a nation state. Igbos destroyed everything Nigeria
could have been. Igbos, an uncivilized tribe of political jobbers
and prosti.tutes.
Re: Are The Igbos Their Own Biggest Enemy? by Lawconfessor(f): 12:41am On Dec 28, 2012
^ ^
Sure U re talk abt Igbos and not Igbos....

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