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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by lilytender: 12:38pm 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.

We Yorubas are never victims. We shall watch while Hausas and Ibos dance Python dance and reduce each other's population. Then, we the Yorubas will come and help you stop the fight. Just as we did in 1970.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by demelza: 12:38pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:

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?
If you want Kanu to run away like his mentor, make it absolute.
He should also adopt the mode Ojukwu used to escape from Nigeria because that is the only way he can leave this country, disguised as a woman.
The make up offer still stands.

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by ElsonMorali: 12:57pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:

Nigeria is not a sane country.
That the country is skewed in their favour thanks to population does not change the facts.

So what was all the posturing and insults for? Never thought I'd see the day resident NL tribalists like you will pay homage to the"cattle rearers from the North "

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by drefe2real: 12:59pm 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)[b] A fully funded South-east developmental commission that will operate forever should be signed into Law, which is a non-negotiable condition .
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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) [b]An Exile for Nnamdi Kanu.
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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.

So the aim of the agitation was not really secede after all. Thank God you guys are revealing your true aim. And you were planning to drag the Niger Delta region into an agitation that will further only your interest. Now I know why my people say never trust an Igbo man. He will always use you to further his own interest.

BTW, can you tell me why the Igbos should be treated specially by the Nigeria government? How much does the South East as region contribute to the Federation account that they will give the a fully funded South East Development Commission? Are the Igbos the only tribe suffering in Nigeria today?

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Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by cstr1000: 3:39pm On Sep 14
drefe2real:


So the aim of the agitation was not really secede after all. Thank God you guys are revealing your true aim. And you were planning to drag the Niger Delta region into an agitation that will further only your interest. Now I know why my people say never trust an Igbo man. He will always use you to further his own interest.

BTW, can you tell me why the Igbos should be treated specially by the Nigeria government? How much does the South East as region contribute to the Federation account that they will give the a fully funded South East Development Commission? Are the Igbos the only tribe suffering in Nigeria today?
First of all, maybe you need to tell me how much the North-east contributes to the fedeeration account, you mindless bigot.
The South east contribute more oil to the federation than the entire north, and yet the north has the the NEDC.
The South-east was supposed to get the SEDC since the 60s but failure of governance made sure it failed.
Besides, i thought you claim want a developed one naijeria? If you think there is any other region as dynamic to faciltate a developed Nigeria than the south-east then you are seriously deluded or high on hate.
A fully developed aba and Nnewi has the capacity to provide serious revenue to the country, but ofcurse, hate will never allow you see it.
The oil in the east in abia and Imo which are part of the current niger-delta however how small, if the revenues are left fully to the east is already more than enough to facilitate the necessary development. And then you can keep your SEDC.
And where did i say the end-game is not biafra? Are you incapable of reading and comprehending?
Don't quote me if you can't read. You want a developed one naijeria and you think that can happen without a fully developed igboland?- keep dreaming.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by ChimaAgbalajob: 3:54pm On Sep 14
IPOB should truly abandon street protests. Go underground and organize themselves on how to proceed against an army determined to exterminate the people.
Re: What Eastern Leaders Should Do Right Now. by drefe2real: 4:52pm On Sep 14
cstr1000:

First of all, maybe you need to tell me how much the North-east contributes to the fedeeration account, you mindless bigot.
The South east contribute more oil to the federation than the entire north, and yet the north has the the NEDC.
The South-east was supposed to get the SEDC since the 60s but failure of governance made sure it failed.
Besides, i thought you claim want a developed one naijeria? If you think there is any other region as dynamic to faciltate a developed Nigeria than the south-east then you are seriously deluded or high on hate.
A fully developed aba and Nnewi has the capacity to provide serious revenue to the country, but ofcurse, hate will never allow you see it.
The oil in the east in abia and Imo which are part of the current niger-delta however how small, if the revenues are left fully to the east is already more than enough to facilitate the necessary development. And then you can keep your SEDC.
And where did i say the end-game is not biafra? Are you incapable of reading and comprehending?
Don't quote me if you can't read. You want a developed one naijeria and you think that can happen without a fully developed igboland?- keep dreaming.

Ondo state is part of the South West and it has oil too. Going by your logic, they should get a South West Development Commission too.

When Jonathan was in power, why didn't the South East lobby for a development commission then. As well all know the South East was the cornerstone of his government.

The North East does not have oil, but it has been destroyed by war, so the Northern politicians lobbied for North East Development Commission. The current Northern-dominated government supported them and the North East region got it. Why didn't the South East do the same during Jonathan's government?

Can you tell me of any major project the South East politicians brought to the East during Jonathan's tenure? At least, the South East dominated Jonathan's government, so the region should have something to show for it.

I like the fact that you said that the little oil in the East can take care of the region. The Easterners should join the fight for restructuring. That's what you guys at the East should be fighting for.

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