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|A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by thunderfirebubu: 2:22pm On Jul 02, 2017|
I saw this and decided to share, I think the post is to a very large extent true...
Personally, i like the Hausa man because he is
a free & kind giver, welcoming to strangers
and very sincere when it comes to daily
business dealings. A hausa man will hardly
ever want to cheat you in business.
A hausa man is also a contended person, he
can have a very low class and poor job, but he
would be very contended with it and will thank
God. Also, once a hausa man has liked you,
he will almost show u love to the end, only
one thing can turn that love to hatred
overnight and that thin is TOUCHING HIS
That is the bad side of the hausa man. A
hausa man can do absolutely anything if you
touch his religion, no matter how wicked, or
heartless it may be. The hausa man is easily
brainwashed by religion, once touch his
(religion), he can completely loose his senses.
Also, the hausa man is the greatest
discriminator (especially in the aspect of
religion). This is why you see that hausas
have derogatory names for different people the
way they view them from their religious point
of views. hausa man when it comes to land.
He will come and settle on your land, you will
welcome him and afterwards when he and his
people & children have populated the place,
they forget or deny everything and turn around
to say they are the original ancestral owners
of the place.
The good side of the igbo man is that he is a
very hardworking, industrious and progressive
person. An igbo man always believes in sure
progress (i must succeed) and leaves no room
for failure or laziness.
They are very smart, calculative & enteprising
in nature. They bring peace & development to
wherever they go.
An igbo man is well exposed and well travelled
and interacts well with others. They also have
very good looking and beautiful people. They
are resilient and hard headed people who
always stand after their words and choices
and do not waiver here and there. They easily
integrate and acculturate with others wherever
they are found and show utmost respect to
other peoples cultures wherever they go. They
dont believe in opression of those they are
more than. They believe that they should
always be the best in everything, and this is
where some of their problems come in.
The bad side of the igbo man is that they
always like to be on top when doing anything
with you, they want you to play foolish and
them wise. Some of them see all other tribes
as foolish people or less wise and themselves
wiser. They always want to outsmart you.
Also, criminality is another major problem of
the igbos. Always in a bid and haste to
succeed and their love for money, they can
almost do anything at all no matter how
wicked it may be to make money, drug
dealing, armed robbery, baby factory, 419,
production of fake goods e.t.c.
The loveable things about yorubas is firstly
their very respectful nature. Disrespect
towards elders is not tolerated in anyway
amongst them. A yoruba can see you and
greet you ten times a day bending down.
Yorubas are very very peaceful in nature and
A yoruba man loves to be enlightened and
believes so much in education and
enlightenment. They are a very neutral people
especially when it comes to religion.
Religious sentiment is the last thing you can
ever try to use to deceive a yoruba man. They
dont care who is a.muslim or who is a
christian, they believe so much in religious
oneness and unity to the end. That is why you
can find a yoruba family with adherents of
islam, christianity & traditional religion, i have
even seen a yoruba man who claims he is a
practitioner of all 3 religions.
Yorubas are very social and fun to be with,
hence their crazy love for partying and
The bad side of yorubas is their attitude of
tribalism. They so much love their culture and
tradition to the end and sometimes take it too
far when dealing with others.
The yoruba man is also just like a chameleon,
never stable in behaviour, a hypocrite, you can
never predict which colour he will be
tomorrow. You can never really trust a yoruba
man because he is a backstabber and
betrayer, both of u may agree something here
and he will go behind your back to say a
different thing. A yoruba man also has a
typical cowardly attitude, anything happens
they will be the first to run away despite their
plenty talk. They talk too much and do little
action. They are very good in insulting and
running their mouths.
A yoruba man is also a very big critic.
Criticizes everything. They are also very big
pretenders, they can see you and fall at your
feet worshipping you with their greetings, only
if u know what they are doing to you at your
back. Yoruba people are also very very dirty
people, no doubt.
Lastly they believe so much in diabolical and
traditional powers, charms, native doctors
(babalawo) and juju medicine, this is why
there are so many human parts factories in
the land for human rituals.
Anyone that thinks it's a lie, watch any yoruba
movie starting to ending and if you dont see
babalawo involved, then know that all i am
writing here is untrue trash.
However, in all these cases, there are people
who will always have exceptional characters.
So it is not applicable to 100% of the people,
but however majority.
Any middlebelter who has lived amongst these
3 majority groups can always attest to this,
Someone from Kogi said, the 3 major Nigerian
groups are our 3 major problems in this
country. I partly agree with that and at the
same time partly disagree because the 3
major Nigerian groups have also been
blessings to Nigeria one way or the other in
different ways, just that in summary always,
they will always have good & bad sides as
almost all things have their unique
advantages and disadvantages.
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by vanbonattel: 2:23pm On Jul 02, 2017|
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by anaton(m): 2:38pm On Jul 02, 2017|
The group with the lesser evil are the Igbos.
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by FUNNYBONE1: 2:46pm On Jul 02, 2017|
why this kind posts no dey enter nairaland everyday? op you must be a carpenter, cus u nailed it.
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by sagaxity(m): 2:48pm On Jul 02, 2017|
So no other tribe loves money more than the ibos? I stopped reading when I saw that.........
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by Rtopzy(f): 2:52pm On Jul 02, 2017|
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by zombieHUNTER: 2:54pm On Jul 02, 2017|
We don't need this kinda sh*tty thread now jare
Am not a tribalist though
There are bad eggs in every tribe
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by wizzakosh(m): 3:44pm On Jul 02, 2017|
I would have loved to ask you so many questions, but since you said you saw it somewhere and decided to bring it here. The I have to keep my questions. The original poster is the person I need.
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by quid(m): 3:47pm On Jul 02, 2017|
|Re: A Must Read: Igbo, Yoruba And Hausa Get In Here Right Now... by Smoothie01(f): 4:33pm On Jul 02, 2017|
"Stereotypes are not necessarily malicious, they may be well meaning and even friendly. But in every case they show a carelessness or indifference of attitude that implies that the object of your categorization is not worth the trouble of individual assessment."
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