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What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 8:20am On Sep 14
Eastern leaders need to ensure that they take advantage of the upheaval if they are smart. We may not get biafra but we can something out of all these chaos by taking the following steps:

[b]1)Calm the east down and stop all the acts of civil disobedience against the state of Nigeria.

2)Get the soldiers out of the streets through deliberate consultations.

3) Meet with Nnamdi Kanu and get him to lay low for now.

4) Meet with the political leaders of the north including the senators, governors and the traditional rulers and then promise a sign document that the east will never pursue the restructuring of Nigeria or even Secession again, as long as the following conditions are met.

a) A fully funded South-east developmental commission that will operate forever should be signed into Law, which is a non-negotiable condition .

b)An agreement with miyetti Allah to advise their members to cease all violence in any part of the south-east in exchange for continued peace and harmony.

c) An Exile for Nnamdi Kanu.

The north being who they are will grab it with both hands. And that will seal the fate of the south forever, but atleast the east will have gotten something for their troubles.[/b]

We need to fight for our interests because it seems only the igbo is dis-satisfied with Nigeria. We can't keep shedding our blood for other ungrateful people to reap the fruits of our labour.
We need to be smart.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by ElsonMorali: 8:22am On Sep 14
Lol. Meanwhile the average Northerner is somewhere on his farm sipping kunu to his heart's content.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Tamass: 8:23am On Sep 14
cstr1000:
Eastern leaders need to ensure that they take advantage of the upheaval if they are smart. We may not get biafra but we can something out of all these chaos by taking the following steps:

1)Calm the east down and stop all the acts of civil disobedience against the state of Nigeria.

2)Get the soldiers out of the streets through deliberate consultations.

3) Meet with Nnamdi Kanu and get him to lay low for now.

4) Meet with the political leaders of the north including the senators, governors and the traditional rulers and then promise a sign document that the east will never pursue the restructuring of Nigeria or even Secession again, as long as the following conditions are met.

a) A fully funded South-east developmental commission that will operate forever should be signed into Law, which is a non-negotiable condition .

b)An agreement with miyetti Allah to advise their members to cease all violence in any part of the south-east in exchange for continued peace and harmony.

c) An Exile for Nnamdi Kanu.

The north being who they are will grab it with both hands. And that will seal the fate of the south forever, but atleast the east will have gotten something for their troubles.

We need to fight for our interests because it seems only the igbo is dis-satisfied with Nigeria. We can't keep shedding our blood for other ungrateful people to reap the fruits of our labour.
We need to be smart.
They keep on telling them...but they refuse to listen
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 8:23am On Sep 14
ElsonMorali:
Lol. Meanwhile the average Northerner is somewhere on his farm sipping kunu to his heart's content.
The average northerner does not dictate policy or benefit from Nigeria.
The elite do. And they will do anything to preserve their advatage.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Alcatraz005: 8:24am On Sep 14
We won't use our scarce dollars to develop igbo land. Never! All tribes are suffering in Nigeria so what is special about Igbos? I thought igbos said they are rich, so why can't they develop igboland with their so called wealth? Nigeria won't develop Igboland!

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 8:26am On Sep 14
Alcatraz005:
We won't use our scarce dollars to develop igbo land. Never! All tribes are suffering in Nigeria so what is special about Igbos? I thought igbos said they are rich, so why can't they develop igboland with their so called wealth? Nigeria won't develop Igboland!
I am not talking to yoruba people. You are also victims in this whole game. Neither can you decide shitt.
My aim is for the northern elites. Their support is all we need.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Alcatraz005: 8:28am On Sep 14
cstr1000:

I am not talking to yoruba people. You are also victims in this whole game. Neither can you decide shitt.
My aim is for the northern elites. Their support is all we need.

So you now need northern support? So the whole agitation has been about getting a better share in the zoo? Igbos are just unbelievable! I spit!

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by pezeji(m): 8:31am On Sep 14
the fact dat am Igbo man doesn't mean i should support my brothers in aba searching for hausas who have little or nothing to loose... some of this so called Ipobs don't kn wot dey r starting or bringing upon we up here in d north, october 1 is still not far but anytin can happen before den. If u hv witnessed violence before, you won't in anyway encourage or support it.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by ObaKlaz(m): 8:51am On Sep 14
cstr1000:

I am not talking to yoruba people. You are also victims in this whole game. Neither can you decide shitt.
My aim is for the northern elites. Their support is all we need.
You're right; na to pally up and 'attachee' with the northern elite "abokies, gworo-chewing savages and slave masters" remain now.

You're so right, bruv!
grin grin grin

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by shukuokukobambi: 9:17am On Sep 14
cstr1000:
Eastern leaders need to ensure that they take advantage of the upheaval if they are smart. We may not get biafra but we can something out of all these chaos by taking the following steps:

[b]1)Calm the east down and stop all the acts of civil disobedience against the state of Nigeria.

2)Get the soldiers out of the streets through deliberate consultations.

3) Meet with Nnamdi Kanu and get him to lay low for now.

4) Meet with the political leaders of the north including the senators, governors and the traditional rulers and then promise a sign document that the east will never pursue the restructuring of Nigeria or even Secession again, as long as the following conditions are met.

a) A fully funded South-east developmental commission that will operate forever should be signed into Law, which is a non-negotiable condition .

b)An agreement with miyetti Allah to advise their members to cease all violence in any part of the south-east in exchange for continued peace and harmony.

c) An Exile for Nnamdi Kanu.

The north being who they are will grab it with both hands. And that will seal the fate of the south forever, but atleast the east will have gotten something for their troubles.[/b]

We need to fight for our interests because it seems only the igbo is dis-satisfied with Nigeria. We can't keep shedding our blood for other ungrateful people to reap the fruits of our labour.
We need to be smart.

hehehe. The coward wants his albino god to get a safe passage into exile. Is he ojukwu re-incarnate? cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

so it's no longer biafra or death? you want to partner with the same gworo chewing kunu drinking almajiri cattle rearers? when are you going to take your dive in the isiala ngwa muddy pool? you masters are waiting for you there with their koboko cheesy cheesy

EMPTY HATEFUL CHEST BEATING COWARD!! angry

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Nobody: 9:22am On Sep 14
coming from the same person who is always quick to tag a tribe coward. Nowz he wants to use ojukkuuuu style. What a cantankerous coward!

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Tyche(m): 9:29am On Sep 14
To think that the Op was one of those who insults anyone with contrary views on Biafra makes me laugh.

So you guys have come to your senses abi? Sadly though, you have cost the Igbo's generational load of goodwill with your ill thought out and stupid agitation.

The truth is that the North are readying for self sustenance, I am aware cause I work on a lot of projects with them, though I am Igbo. in a fee years time, they will kiss our cheek and finger our ass and we will be very helpless about it

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by ElsonMorali: 9:53am On Sep 14
cstr1000:

I am not talking to yoruba people. You are also victims in this whole game. Neither can you decide shitt.
My aim is for the northern elites. Their support is all we need.

Haha... so you need northern support now? I thought they were illiterates.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Tayonic: 10:42am On Sep 14
Southeast development commission ko, developer in. So you now want to talk with animals? Have you forgotten that Yoruba's and Hausas are animals? Abi is that not what KANU is preaching?

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 11:46am On Sep 14
ElsonMorali:


Haha... so you need northern support now? I thought they were illiterates.
Nigeria is not a sane country.
That the country is skewed in their favour thanks to population does not change the facts.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 11:48am On Sep 14
Tayonic:
Southeast development commission ko, developer in.
So you now want to talk with animals?
Have you forgotten that Yoruba's and Hausas are animals?
Abi is that not what KANU is preaching?
Nobody is calling the southwest for support, because you can't even help yourselves.
The southwest lobbied for special status for lagos and it failed woefully thanks to the north. So stop trying to attach yourself to the north.
The north and the SW have different political agenda and different aspirations.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Cjrane2: 11:52am On Sep 14
Eastern leaders should do NOTHING!

Let Buhari start python dance 5.

I think IPOB should reconsider its strategy of unarmed street protests and go the Mandela way of the 1960s.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 11:55am On Sep 14
Tyche:
To think that the Op was one of those who insults anyone with contrary views on Biafra makes me laugh.

So you guys have come to your senses abi? Sadly though, you have cost the Igbo's generational load of goodwill with your ill thought out and stupid agitation.

The truth is that the North are readying for self sustenance, I am aware cause I work on a lot of projects with them, though I am Igbo. in a fee years time, they will kiss our cheek and finger our ass and we will be very helpless about it

Absolute Rubbish.
I know as a yoruba that you are, you wish that were the case so as to garner undue advantage but you are wrong.
The biafran agitation if handled properly is a means to an end. Biafra is the best option but it deosen't mean we can't get something close to it.
The SW is not the north.
The SE does not need the SW for anything. Don't get it twisted. So you can get all emotional, it doesn't affect us.
The north on the other hand are not that emotional. They just want anything that will ensure one naijeria, with them at the head. They worked with the SW in bringing buhari to power, and they can work with any other bloc in perpetuating themselves there. And that is what the Eastern leaders should be negotiating using one naijeria as a bargaining tool.
Biafran agitation does not change anything as long as permanent interests are aligned.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 11:58am On Sep 14
Cjrane2:
Eastern leaders should do NOTHING!

Let Buhari start python dance 5.

I think IPOB should reconsider its strategy of unarmed street protests and go the Mandela way of the 1960s.
No, It is time we begin to look after ourselves. We will always win in the game of one naijeria anyway by leveraging all the opportunities anywhere they can be found in Nigeria.
Anybody that wants restructuring should go and fight for it without igbo inclusion.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by shukuokukobambi: 11:58am On Sep 14
cstr1000:

Nobody is calling the southwest for support, because you can't even help yourselves.
The southwest lobbied for special status for lagos and it failed woefully thanks to the north. So stop trying to attach yourself to the north.
The north and the SW have different political agenda and different aspirations.

Even in your miseries, you must make space to orgasm on Yoruba mention cheesy

The Lagos senators simply wanted extra and even meself won't support it. Lagos already generates IGR 5 times its nearest competition ie Ogun which in turn generates more than your 5 states combined so pls let your Fulani masters pity you and give you the development commission so we can rest cheesy

With all your braggadocio, threats and ultimatums, see what you've been reduced to? cheesy

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by shukuokukobambi: 12:02pm On Sep 14
Cjrane2:
Eastern leaders should do NOTHING!

Let Buhari start python dance 5.

I think IPOB should reconsider its strategy of unarmed street protests and go the Mandela way of the 1960s.

cheesy cheesy

Your history lesson isn't complete. Did Mandela tell you how the blacks fared afterwards? Why do you think he started preaching peace after being released and becoming President? Una no dey hear word cheesy

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 12:03pm On Sep 14
shukuokukobambi:


Even in your miseries, you must make space to orgasm on Yoruba mention cheesy

The Lagos senators simply wanted extra and even meself won't support it. Lagos already generates IGR 5 times its nearest competition ie Ogun which in turn generates more than your 5 states combined so pls let your Fulani masters pity you and give you the development commission so we can rest cheesy

With all your braggadocio, threats and ultimatums, see what you've been reduced to? cheesy
I couldn't give two shitt about yoruba if not for the two yoruba doofuses that quoted me and infused the SW into the equation.
You can keep your lagos the way it is because special status bill will never ever come. Since you guys don't want it anyway, i don't see the problem.
And yes, the SEDC is a very important priority. WE will take it if it comes.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by shukuokukobambi: 12:05pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:

I couldn't give two shitt about yoruba if not for the two yoruba doofuses that quoted me and infused the SW into the equation.
You can keep your lagos the way it is because special status bill will never ever come. Since you guys don't want it anyway, i don't see the problem.
And yes, the SEDC is a very important priority. WE will take it if it comes.

As if you have a choice. Of course it'll come when the Python finishes its dance I guess cheesy

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 12:07pm On Sep 14
shukuokukobambi:


As if you have a choice. Of course it'll come when the Python finishes its dance I guess cheesy
whatever.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Alcatraz005: 12:08pm On Sep 14
Cjrane2:
Eastern leaders should do NOTHING!

Let Buhari start python dance 5.

I think IPOB should reconsider its strategy of unarmed street protests and go the Mandela way of the 1960s.

Really? I am sure you are safely ensconced somewhere in the SW and calling for war in the east. You wicked no be small!

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Tayonic: 12:15pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:

Nobody is calling the southwest for support, because you can't even help yourselves.
The southwest lobbied for special status for lagos and it failed woefully thanks to the north. So stop trying to attach yourself to the north.
The north and the SW have different political agenda and different aspirations.
A
Hahahha.
E pain am.
Mumu factorial.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 12:18pm On Sep 14
Tayonic:
A
Hahahha.
E pain am.
Mumu factorial.
No. I just gave you fact.
That you had to result to insult shows who is pained by the truth.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Tyche(m): 12:20pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:


Absolute Rubbish.
I know as a yoruba that you are, you wish that were the case so as to garner undue advantage but you are wrong.
The biafran agitation if handled properly is a means to an end. Biafra is the best option but it deosen't mean we can't get something close to it.
The SW is not the north.
The SE does not need the SW for anything. Don't get it twisted. So you can get all emotional, it doesn't affect us.
The north on the other hand are not that emotional. They just want anything that will ensure one naijeria, with them at the head. They worked with the SW in bringing buhari to power, and they can work with any other bloc in perpetuating themselves there. And that is what the Eastern leaders should be negotiating using one naijeria as a bargaining tool.
Biafran agitation does not change anything as long as permanent interests are aligned.

I am from 042 to be precise and we have no dim wits with the reasoning of 2 year olds

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 12:24pm On Sep 14
Tyche:


I am from 042 to be precise and we have no dim wits with the reasoning of 2 year olds
You are from 042 and you typed such nonsense that has no basis in reality?
I only expect such nonsense from afonjas hoping to get an advantage that will never come.
Is it the north that wants to be on top in every political regime that will play politics of emotion?
Ganduje is currently meeting with eastern leaders and you are yapping rubbish.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by demelza: 12:26pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:
Eastern leaders need to ensure that they take advantage of the upheaval if they are smart. We may not get biafra but we can something out of all these chaos by taking the following steps:

[b]1)Calm the east down and stop all the acts of civil disobedience against the state of Nigeria.

2)Get the soldiers out of the streets through deliberate consultations.

3) Meet with Nnamdi Kanu and get him to lay low for now.

4) Meet with the political leaders of the north including the senators, governors and the traditional rulers and then promise a sign document that the east will never pursue the restructuring of Nigeria or even Secession again, as long as the following conditions are met.

a) A fully funded South-east developmental commission that will operate forever should be signed into Law, which is a non-negotiable condition .


c) An Exile for Nnamdi Kanu.


Have you sewn the blouse, wrapper and gele Kanu will wear to escape.
If you need a makeup artist to make it believable, I can recommend one.
Like Ojukwu, like Kanu.
grin grin grin

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 12:28pm On Sep 14
demelza:
Have you sewn the blouse, wrapper and gele Kanu will wear to escape.
If you need a makeup artist to make it believable, I can recommend one.
You are truly the descendants of Ojukwu.
grin grin grin
I can't get heads or tails about what you have in mind. can you write in proper english.?
Ojukwu was a brave man that got a national burial, so what exactly was wrong with him?
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by Throwback: 12:30pm On Sep 14
This is what I call Capitulation.

So you want safe passage for Kanu after he has caused anarchy?

Safe passage to where if I may ask?

The favourite Abidjan or UK where he has his family living in peace?

What about the Igbo youths who have died for an idea that Kanu propagated?

So Kanu too will up and leave after destroying Igbo lives and Igbo land?
If Kanu leaves Igbo land alive, then the Igbo youths are the true definition of zombie.

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