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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Ashley86400: 3:32pm On Jul 21
Neduzze5:
The best tribe on their way out of the Zoo cool

We'll hold the door wide open for you.
After you extradite the millions working in everywhere but their "native territory".

The thousands who live in the north are staring bombs,knives and death eye to eye . .yet they ain't budging.

What more of the millions out here in the the south who've laid solid roots in another tribe's land.

You can't confine a wanderous animal.
Most of you who shout Biafra don't fully grasp the gravity of separation of lands and power.
So if all these . .(let me borrow the OP's words) business minded money makers get their estates:

-How many others will follow. .even among yourselves y'all don't even agree on it.

- And if the separation does happen miraculously, will all these business minded people abandon their businesses here and just march home? Not likely. It's not as easy as it sounds. As a concept and idea, it's easy. .but in the pragmatic and practical sense, it is not. It will bring about anarchy, an even worse economic recession ,instability and unnecessary mortality.

Not every great sounding idea brings about great results. .think about Napoleon.

Most of you here on Nairaland talking about a separate state wouldn't even budge from the current state you're living now. .because I believe if here was so bad and uninhabitable, you would have left long ago.

Nigeria might be a free nation but it is still everywhere in chains of religion, ignorance, superstition and corruption.

If the root of a plant is corrupted with infection ,cutting it off or "separating" it and planting it elsewhere won't cut of the infection. .it is still there and will continue to grow.

We're in a very sensitive period of chaos. .at the brim of anarchy. .yet we still look out for each other. An Ibo man in an alien country will not watch a Yoruba man in a state of distress. . and vice versa . .this is because outside the box,we still share that oneness and knowledge of self and companionship. . .

I always say this- It is ignorant to let the demented angry minds of people in a different era poison the young fresh minds of people in this current era.

If we break apart we have nothing left.

From an observant Ibo-Yoruba lady.

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Sagay212: 3:33pm On Jul 21
They rike deveropment...Nnna you don forget say na we get 100% of ploperties for ragos, kano, rokoja, abuja, maiduguli, livers, maraysia, make i no menchon too much...

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Prymestrr(m): 3:34pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun
lol...girl u made me laugh so hard. Luv u for dis piece!

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by googlepikins: 3:36pm On Jul 21
OkoYibo:
They love to insult people better than them

They love to fight people they can never win

They love to export Biafran powder (Cocaine)

They love Asian Development (foreign prisons)

They love Gala and Fanyogo entrepreneurship

They love to hate others and disobey the Pope
coming from an afonja

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by YorubaNigga(m): 3:40pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun

It's glaring that d jealousy you have for Yoruba women is beyond ur stinking brain capacity. You these low level 5% can never change in beefing those above u.

Sorry dear. I can feel ur pain. It seems a Yoruba gal don use yansh snatch ur guy. Op wrote about tribe and ur bigotric medulla derailed it to females beefing thread. You better grab a life or hug transformer

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by engrpheleeks(m): 3:42pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun
Oh Lawd... What kind of savage is this
Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by CeterisXVII: 3:43pm On Jul 21
Ashley86400:
We'll hold the door wide open for you.
After you extradite the millions working in everywhere but their "native territory".

The thousands who live in the north are staring bombs,knives and death eye to eye . .yet they ain't budging.

What more of the millions out here in the the south who've laid solid roots in another tribe's land.

You can't confine a wanderous animal.
Most of you who shout Biafra don't fully grasp the gravity of separation of lands and power.
So if all these . .(let me borrow the OP's words) business minded money makers get their estates:

-How many others will follow. .even among yourselves y'all don't even agree on it.

- And if the separation does happen and miraculously, will all these business minded people abandons their business here and just march home? Not likely. It's not as easy as it sounds. As a concept and idea, it's easy. .but in the pragmatic and practical sense, it is not. It will bring about anarchy, an even worse economic recession ,instability and unnecessary mortality.

Not every great sounding idea brings about great results. .think about Napoleon.

Most of you here on Nairaland talking about a separate state wouldn't even budge from the current state you're living now. .because I believe if here was so bad and uninhabitable, you would have left long ago.

Nigeria might be a free nation but it is still everywhere in chains of religion, ignorance, superstition and corruption.

If the root of a plant is corrupted with infection ,cutting it off or "separating" it and planting it elsewhere won't cut of the infection. .it is still there and will continue to grow.

We're in a very sensitive period of chaos. .at the brim of anarchy. .yet we still look out for each other. An Ibo man in an alien country will not watch a Yoruba man in a state of distress. . and vice versa . .this is because outside the box,we still share that oneness and knowledge of self and companionship. . .

I always say this- It is ignorant to let the demented angry minds of people in a different era poison the young fresh minds of people in this current era.

If we break apart we have nothing left.

From an observant Ibo-Yoruba lady.
I love this! You are one of the very few that God has blessed with deep insight and understanding. I have bookmarked this piece for future reference!

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Viergeachar: 3:44pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun

Inferiority complex at its peak.

Yorubas don't give a damn about Igbos and their culture.

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Melian(f): 3:46pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

How would you know they smell down there? Have you fuckkedd one before?

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by OkoYibo: 3:46pm On Jul 21
googlepikins:
coming from an afonja

Yes, Afonja was a warrior.

There is no single Igbo warrior in history. Your ancestors were slaves who had no legacy or monuments. All your ancestors fought for were the hands of the village prostitutes in marriage.

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by YorubaNigga(m): 3:48pm On Jul 21
emmymdk:



You get Dick?
That Cigarette inbetween your Tiny Sticks... That one na Dick?

Oga Pass ahead Joor!
Confirm yeebo bae. U go don sabi dem

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by sukkot: 3:48pm On Jul 21
hollywater:
Ewure
Just negodu ? somebody cannot play with you again

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by chrischina(m): 3:49pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.
The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun








GOD BLESS YOU BRO, HAHAHA, NA PURE TRUE TALK

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Yuji: 3:52pm On Jul 21
You no like money yet if person say transfer to my account,you no go gree. Wetin you be? Olodo undecided

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by googlepikins: 3:52pm On Jul 21
OkoYibo:


Yes, Afonja was a warrior.

There is no single Igbo warrior in history. Your ancestors were slaves who had no legacy or monuments. All your ancestors fought for were the hands of the village prostitutes in marriage.
you mean the Afonja warrior that was begging a Fulani man to spare his life? Hahahahhahahahaha. Stop foooling yourself, the whole country know you people as Cowards.

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by NIGHTMAREOO7: 3:55pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun

Daalu nwanna..... biko tunye na post gi na ha egbu isi mmadu jiya mee ogwu ego.
Tinye ya ebe sis mbido.
Ha na acho imebi aha anyi na forum aah.
Ihukwakwara onye dere na ndigbo na ebu ogwu ike.

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by Ngozi123(f): 3:55pm On Jul 21
OkoYibo:


Do you know that the Sarduana was killed by some Igbo soldiers?


I'm aware that he was killed by an Igbo man, namely Chukwuma 'Kaduna' Nzeogwu. Incidentally, if he were alive today, many Nigerians wouldn't admit that he is Igbo, seeing as his hometown is located in what is now the South-South region.

Are you aware that after his death, the Igbos in the north taunted the northerners calling them names and saying that their Sarduana cried like a baby before he was killed?

I'm aware that this is part of the propaganda promulgated by some Northern and Western leaders after the civil war to justify their actions but I've yet to see any proof of this. The two pieces of faulty evidence I have seen, the so called song that Igbos created after the coup and the bread manufacturer, have been disproved. What I have seen actual evidence of though, is proof that the Northerners mocked Ndigbo as they went about slaughtering them in the 1966 pogrom. See the proof here:

https://www.pambazuka.org/governance/most-tragic-day-igbo-history-29-may-1966

You killed the Prime Minister, Premier of the North, Premier of the West, but allowed Azikiwe travel.

Another Igbo man came into power, but he refused to try the coup plotters because of this foolish clannishness that has ruined Igboland.

An Igbo man by the name of Arthur Unegbe was also killed in that coup but you won't talk about that as it doesn't fit your narrative, will you? Everything that happened in that first military coup benefited one person and one person only- Obafemi Awolowo. It didn't benefit Ironsi and it didn't really benefit Azikiwe, or else Awolowo would have been killed as well. Look a bit closer to home if you're looking for someone to blame for that coup.

You talk of corruption, but Festus Okotie-Eboh introduced the idea of kickbacks into Nigeria.

Also about corruption, Azikiwe used funds meant for the Eastern region to set up his private ACB Bank.

When I say that most Nigerians, particularly Yoruba people and Northerners, cannot differentiate between an Igbo person and a non-Igbo from the South-South, they start complaining undecided. Festus Okotie-Eboh was not an Igbo man.

Look at how your neighbors in the SS are denying you daily and you have turned into a national laughing stock. Keep blaming others for your woes and sowing seeds of bitterness, you'll all reap it in full.

Someone who can't even tell the difference between an Igbo man and a non-Igbo in the South-South is now becoming their spokesperson? shocked Are you not ashamed of yourself?

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by longerthroat(m): 3:56pm On Jul 21
Yet an AFONJA GRAND MA broke the record this year, caught with over 20kg of cocaine... failed tribe



sukkot:
they likey the indonesian powder and okija shrine cheesy

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by SoldierBoy1(m): 3:58pm On Jul 21
The way some tribal bigots on this thread sound make me feel like if nairaland is a representation of Nigerians then we have a lot of potential killers on our streets because the hatred you feel in some people's words makes you imagine what they are capable of if you have a real life face - off with them.

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by sukkot: 3:59pm On Jul 21
longerthroat:
Yet an AFONJA GRAND MA broke the record this year, caught with over 20kg of cocaine... failed tribe



bros make you receive sense na. somebody cannot play with you again ? grin

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by deepwater(f): 3:59pm On Jul 21
NIGHTMAREOO7:


Daalu nwanna..... biko tunye na post gi na ha egbu isi mmadu jiya mee ogwu ego.
Tinye ya ebe sis mbido.
Ha na acho imebi aha anyi na forum aah.
Ihukwakwara onye dere na ndigbo na ebu ogwu ike.
Done`

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by colli247(m): 4:00pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun
4 THINGS YORUBA 1.WOMAN NYANSH 2.GATHERING PARTY 3.MAKING NOISE 4. PROGANDA
Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by NIGHTMAREOO7: 4:00pm On Jul 21
deepwater:

Done`

Ibu dachiiiii!!.
Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by sukkot: 4:01pm On Jul 21
Sagay212:
They rike deveropment...Nnna you don forget say na we get 100% of ploperties for ragos, kano, rokoja, abuja, maiduguli, livers, maraysia, make i no menchon too much...

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by YorubaNigga(m): 4:01pm On Jul 21
googlepikins:
you mean the Afonja warrior that was begging a Fulani man to spare his life? Hahahahhahahahaha. Stop foooling yourself, the whole country know you people as Cowards.
Fake yeebo u be

When ur successful ones are busy carrying cokes for development u dey here ranting nonsense

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by sukkot: 4:03pm On Jul 21
OkoYibo:


Yes, Afonja was a warrior.

There is no single Igbo warrior in history. Your ancestors were slaves who had no legacy or monuments. All your ancestors fought for were the hands of the village prostitutes in marriage.
bros why this savagery na ? you can kill somebody with keyboard

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by YorubaNigga(m): 4:04pm On Jul 21
longerthroat:
Yet an AFONJA GRAND MA broke the record this year, caught with over 20kg of cocaine... failed tribe



So u mean afonja grandma has now surpass u flatinos in ur coke business?
It means flatinos are getting worthless day by day

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by ojsmscom(m): 4:08pm On Jul 21
Thats reality
Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by YorubaNigga(m): 4:12pm On Jul 21
emmymdk:


Ignorance kills faster than Aids!
You are a product of Misinformed and Outdated Entity!

I forgive you Son! Go and be properly informed and return... Until then, if you ever quote anyone was a useless information you are feed and Breed with... I will castrate you!

Kinji?
First castrate ur brothers flat head and ur own yam leg

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by emsco(m): 4:18pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun

Mining
Dont even go there, they are nulli secundus (second to none) when it comes to skull mining, Ogun state their global HQ with its research and development annex at Ikorodu recently inaugurated

Nnamdi kanu don brain wash this fool

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Re: 4 Things Igbo People Like. by matrixme(m): 4:18pm On Jul 21
deepwater:
OP what is the meaning of this thread

Gatherings
Yoruba women like heavy gatherings, owambe things, they would block the road completely, kill big cows and drink enough hydraulic soup to celebrate their wards who have just completed apprenticeship in carpentry and hairdressing without having money to rent a shop for their practice afterwards.

The Women
Their women are so timid, at the mention of olopa (police) they run away, and hide at their backyards shouting ye! ye! mokun o! ọlọrun gbà mi!!!

Food
Yoruba women are skillful in inoculating their kids with hydraulic soups immediatly after birth, most times, they turn the innocent child upside down, head strapped withing their fleshy thighs, nostrils blocked, and mouth wide open to inoculate hydraulics into the infant while s/he gasp for the breath of life (this makes me cry cry cry cry)

Business
Yoruba women have no business acumen, all they do is kiri (hawk) akara elepo and pàkúté on the streets of Nigeria

NYASH
They can have Nyash for Africa, this is obviously the resultant effect of hydraulic soup inoculation. they have big big watery nyash unlike their igbo counterparts who have firm, thick, water melon hard,and onion curvy butts, Yoruba own is always dirty and smelling undecided

Salutation
They salute with every happenings;Ẹ ku ibalopo, Ẹ ku abọ, Ẹ ku aarọ, Ẹ ku ọsan, Ẹ ku strike, Ẹ ku subsidy, Ounjẹ ajẹye o, Ko to ọpẹ, Ẹ ku Ayọ Ajinde, Ẹ ku Ayọ Keresimesi ati Ọdun Tuntun

Mining
Dont even go there, they are nulli secundus (second to none) when it comes to skull mining, Ogun state their global HQ with its research and development annex at Ikorodu recently inaugurated

It's quite sad to note that your love for shredded uncooked cassava (Abacha) and ukpa has dried up the grey matter in your brain.

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