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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by DocHMD: 12:13pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

What makes Laspotech and LASU mediocre? Is it because of this new law that has just been passed? Try not to kill yahself, biko. Ndo, we know the new law is causing many people, a lot of pain.....

All my family members immediate and extended all attended Federal Universities and Institutions. States' tertiary institutions are mediocre and expensive. No value for money.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by Seenyo: 12:16pm On Feb 13
marvin904:



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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by marvin904(m): 12:27pm On Feb 13
Seenyo:

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i am your Waterloo!
you stinking peace of poo!




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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by LaudableXX: 12:28pm On Feb 13
DocHMD:
All my family members immediate and extended all attended Federal Universities and Institutions. States' tertiary institutions are mediocre and expensive. No value for money.

Na you sabi.... cheesy
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by Seenyo: 12:30pm On Feb 13
marvin904:




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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 12:31pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

You keep arguing a clueless point. undecided The fact that those 7 Black politicians were elected into parliament, does NOT mean that black people were in the majority in the UK. It just means the politicians articulated their programmes and campaigns well-enough, to attract people who cut across all races, to vote for them. Or did you hear that only black people voted for those black politicians in the UK?? shocked

Your comprehension skills need some brush up, where did I mention black are majority in the UK? Or you don't understand what is the meaning of constituency.

To repeat my self, majority in their constituency are blacks and non-whites. To hold a position in a parliament you have to be voted in by your constituency. I hope you learnt something new today.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by marvin904(m): 12:36pm On Feb 13
Seenyo:

stunted psycho! diminish into your hell hole!



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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by LaudableXX: 12:37pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:
Your comprehension skills need some brush up, where did I mention black are majority in the UK? Or you don't understand what is the meaning of constituency.

To repeat my self, majority in their constituency are blacks and non-whites. To hold a position in a parliament you have to be voted in by your constituency. I hope you learnt something new today.
You mentioned it in your previous post. Go back and read it, and stop denying what you said. undecided Were you not the same one who said that black politicians won seats into the UK parliament, in your bid to draw an analogy with your story about those Yoruba people becoming a minority tribe in Lagos? Were you not the one who wrote this?

ositadima1:
Majority will always carry the vote, last year a total of seven Nigerians were elected into the UK parliament. They were elected by their constituencies where black are majority. If the present influx of other tribes continue, in the not so distant future the Yorubas will be outnumbered within Lagos, what do you think will happen then? Again, I don't care, just proving a point.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by daywatcher: 12:45pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:


Your comprehension skills need some brush up, where did I mention black are majority in the UK? Or you don't understand what is the meaning of constituency.

To repeat my self, majority in their constituency are blacks and non-whites. To hold a position in a parliament you have to be voted in by your constituency. I hope you learnt something new today.

Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch is the MP for Saffron Walden Constituency which is 95% white.

https://www.citypopulation.de/php/uk-england-eastofengland.php?cityid=E34002562

Do you need more examples to show that you are wrong

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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by Seenyo: 12:53pm On Feb 13
marvin904:



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disgruntled douchebag! your lines are reflecting weakness already ... go beg for food as usual to reinvigorate, I like vibrant tirades....
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by LaudableXX: 12:55pm On Feb 13
daywatcher:
Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch is the MP for Saffron Walden Constituency which is 95% white.

https://www.citypopulation.de/php/uk-england-eastofengland.php?cityid=E34002562

Do you need more examples to show that you are wrong
You dey mind am? cheesy
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 1:07pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

You mentioned it in your previous post. Go back and read it, and stop denying what you said. undecided Were you not the same one who said that black politicians won seats into the UK parliament, in your bid to draw an analogy with your story about those Yoruba people becoming a minority tribe in Lagos? Were you not the one who wrote this?


Pls don't play dumb with me, I wrote this;

"They were elected by their constituencies where black are majority."
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by LaudableXX: 1:10pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:
Pls don't play dumb with me, I wrote this;

"They were elected by their constituencies where black are majority."
You are the one playing dumb. undecided When you goof, you should apologise and seek enlightenment, but you are too dumb to do that. Someone has corrected you that not all the black politicians elected into the UK parliament, came from a predominantly black community. And you used your own keyboard to type the fact that the Yoruba people could become a minority in future, which was why you cited the UK example, to highlight what could happen in Lagos, in the near future. So why are you denying it?

ositadima1:
Majority will always carry the vote, last year a total of seven Nigerians were elected into the UK parliament. They were elected by their constituencies where black are majority. If the present influx of other tribes continue, in the not so distant future the Yorubas will be outnumbered within Lagos, what do you think will happen then? Again, I don't care, just proving a point.
ositadima1:
No law is final, it can be appealed.

Thank God, you agree you don't have more claim over Lagos than I have. Yourobas may influence the happenings in Lagos today, just because they are majority, it may be different tomorrow.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 1:20pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

You are the one playing dumb. undecided When you goof, you should apologise and seek enlightenment, but you are too dumb to do that. Someone has corrected you that not all the black politicians elected into the UK parliament, came from a predominantly black community. And you used your own keyboard to type the fact that the Yoruba people could become a minority in future, which was why you cited the UK example, to highlight what could happen in Lagos, in the near future. So why are you denying it?



Funny, at least you now know what a constituency mean. If I say constituency I don't mean the whole of UK. You have learned something from me.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by LaudableXX: 1:22pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:
Funny, at least you now know what a constituency is. If I say constituency I don't mean the whole of UK. You have learned something from me.
I was using the word constituency, long before you learnt how to surf the internet.

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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 1:24pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

I was using the word constituency, long before you learnt how to surf the internet.

How come you couldn't decipher a simple sentence?
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by LaudableXX: 1:27pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:
How come you couldn't decipher a simple sentence?
See how you are trying to twist the narrative, and push your cluelessness unto others?

Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by marvin904(m): 2:03pm On Feb 13
Seenyo:

disgruntled douchebag!
your lines are reflecting weakness already ...
go beg for food as usual to reinvigorate,
I like vibrant tirades....



are you done grin grin
miserable bastard
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by Seenyo: 2:16pm On Feb 13
marvin904:



are you done grin grin miserable bastard
compound fool ! the hopeless LovePeddler that bore you must be fed up with your brigandage! get a life!... lil scavenger!
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by texazzpete(m): 2:17pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

Don't be silly. By citing the fact that Anambra and Imo did something similar, did I in any way allude to the fact that you must be from the SE? Where exactly did I say you were from the SE? I used those examples, because they were the ones that were well documented. I tried to check the criteria for Kaduna and Kano state-owned tertiary institutions online, but couldn't get the details or else I would have included it, too!

Go back to school biko, and stop getting worked up over nothing. Your parents obviously did not send you to school to get all defensive over a law using an indigenous language, as a harmless criteria for admission, .

If you didn't want to be lumped in with the rest of the e-tribal warriors on Nairaland, you would couch your words better. I can only go by what you put down, as well as your choice of words.

Secondly, given that it is a mandatory requirement for admission and may disadvantage non-lagosians who are unable to be sufficiently skilled in the language, it may well be far from 'harmless'.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 2:29pm On Feb 13
daywatcher:


Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch is the MP for Saffron Walden Constituency which is 95% white.

https://www.citypopulation.de/php/uk-england-eastofengland.php?cityid=E34002562

Do you need more examples to show that you are wrong


Chi Onwurah is the MP for Newcastle Constituency which is 88% white.

Chuka Umunna is the MP for Streatham Constituency which is 58.2% white.

Fiona Onasanya is the MP for Peterborough Constituency which is 70.9% white.

Kate Badenoch is the MP for Edmonton Constituency which is 64.7% white.

Indirectly it supports my original point, you may not need ethnic majority to get elected to political position in a democracy. I envisage an Igbo governor elect for Lagos State, after all it's not by ethnicity as pointed out by friend;
LaudableXX:


It just means the politicians articulated their programmes and campaigns well-enough, to attract people who cut across all races, to vote for them.

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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 2:42pm On Feb 13
LaudableXX:

I was using the word constituency, long before you learnt how to surf the internet.

When was that?
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by daywatcher: 2:44pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:


Chi Onwurah is the MP for Newcastle Constituency which is 88% white.

Chuka Umunna is the MP for Streatham Constituency which is 58.2% white.

Fiona Onasanya is the MP for Peterborough Constituency which is 70.9% white.

Kate Badenoch is the MP for Edmonton Constituency which is 64.7% white.

Indirectly it supports my original point, you may not need ethnic majority to get elected to political position in a democracy. I envisage an Igbo governor elect for Lagos State, after all it's not by ethnicity as pointed out by friend;


You are right but its highly unlikely or even impossible Yorubaland, and by extension Nigeria, will get there anytime soon. Because, if an Igbo becomes governor of Eko-Lagos he or she will devote significant effort into relegating or promoting Igbo culture over Yoruba culture. For this reason and the foreseeable future a Yoruba man will always govern Eko-Lagos.

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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by mercyville: 2:51pm On Feb 13
And finally the dust settles...the law was done for a purpose.The West,Yorubaland had continued to attract both foreigners and Nigerian since time immemorial..main reason the capital was taken to Lagos.Azikiwe was one of the first Igbos to fight tooth and nail that Lagos is not Yorubaland..lol...as if it can be taken or carried by Chukueku bus to the SE.It is difficult to claim Lagos away from the Yorubas especially Aworis who came from I've just like other Yorubas.Benin people later came and became the first king in Lagos Island.Lagos formally had 5 local governments until it was widened... taking part of the former western region,15 local governments were created from this part....to make up the present local governments where Ijebu etc could now claim that they are Lagos indigenes.Lagos is a blessed state and as such a lot of mouth skirmishes like this will arise but Yorubas will always be the Obas and owners of their ancestral land.The Igbos,especially should take heart and live happily amongst the Yorubas because Lagos will forever be a Yorubaland and we will forever protect it with all we have got...even legally.May all tribes continue to prosper in Lagos state and Nigeria as a whole.EKO KONI BAJE O...ITESIWAJU EKO LO JE WA LOGUN.IT IS OUR ANCESTRAL LAND AND GOD IN HIS INFINITE MERCIES WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE IT GROW ASTRONOMICALLY AS WE CONTINUE TO RULE IT TO GREATNESS..

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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by marvin904(m): 2:51pm On Feb 13
Seenyo:

compound fool ! the hopeless LovePeddler that bore you
must be fed up with your brigandage!
get a life!... lil scavenger!




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nigga aint my fault your frustrated with life grin grin tongue tongue
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 2:58pm On Feb 13
daywatcher:


You are right but its highly unlikely or even impossible Yorubaland, and by extension Nigeria, will get there anytime soon. Because, if an Igbo becomes governor of Eko-Lagos he or she will devote significant effort into relegating or promoting Igbo culture over Yoruba culture. For this reason and the foreseeable future a Yoruba man will always govern Eko-Lagos.

Yeah, but it's possible, if Lagos experience a change in ethnic demography, in other words if the Yoruba man gets outnumbered as more and more people migrate over the years, acquiring properties as well. After all, domination is a numbers thing.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by Seenyo: 3:01pm On Feb 13
marvin904:




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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by daywatcher: 3:18pm On Feb 13
ositadima1:


Yeah, but it's possible, if Lagos experience a change in ethnic demography, in other words if the Yoruba man gets outnumbered as more and more people migrate over the years, acquiring properties as well. After all, domination is a numbers thing.

Yes the Yorubas a minority ethnic group will just sit back and let the demography change until they become a minority in Eko-Lagos.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by ositadima1(m): 3:34pm On Feb 13
daywatcher:


Yes the Yorubas a minority ethnic group will just sit back and let the demography change until they become a minority in Eko-Lagos.


I don't think there is much that can be done, it might take decades but ethnicity will mean less and less expecially in the urban areas. It's already happening, in other places too.
Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by marvin904(m): 3:39pm On Feb 13
Seenyo:

daf. t offspring of a convict!

go gulp some gamalin 20...

it may help your damned nose-diving life!




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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by marvin904(m): 4:53pm On Feb 13
Seenyo:

daf. t offspring of a convict!

go gulp some gamalin 20...

it may help your damned nose-diving life!




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Re: Yoruba Mandatory For Admission In Lagos Tertiary Institutions by WinningSun: 5:00pm On Feb 13
texazzpete:


For the umpteenth time, there are hundreds of ethnic languages in Nigeria. Making English the official language is a common denominator.

'indoctrinated' is being disingenuous.

sorry my sister. Yoruba is an homogeneous language in SW part of Nigeria. and in some west Africa... we can make the Yoruba language the lingua franca in the nearest future. when most residents of Lagos most have assimilate the culture.


mandarins is China official language they also have hundreds of ethnic language. like uiyghur.

if the Yoruba are taking step to reverse colonization. you shouldn't fault them. others should find means to do so.

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