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Politics / Re: Nigeria: Targeted For Destruction (for Those Who Have Ears To Hear) by Abagworo(m): 1:38pm On Apr 17
EasternLeopard: [color=#000099][/color]

LOL = Laughing out Loud.
So you think if Biafra comes into existence we will wage a senseless war against our neighborhoods.

These people will create boundary crisis using aggrieved people from both sides. It is very easy. They will supply arms to both sides and create fake attacks against both sides.
Politics / Re: Nigeria: Targeted For Destruction (for Those Who Have Ears To Hear) by Abagworo(m): 10:20am On Apr 17
EasternLeopard: [color=#006600][/color]

LOL= Laughing out Loud

They seek to break up Nigeria and they are yet to declare their Republic. You need to do a thorough research again.

I don't think you and smada read the article well. What was written in summary is that the wealth of many nations depend on conflict in Africa. Right now conflicts in Africa have reduced a bit and they are looking for a "plum" which literally means a place where the people can easily be manipulated and Nigeria is seen as the most ripe place to stage a meaningless war. The plan is to divide Nigeria and create a war amongst different fractions and then supplying each of the territories weapons to attack one another.

The only solution like the guy stated is if all Nigerians should come together and install a leader that will block all loopholes and most importantly a dictator-like leader that can take faceless decisions .

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Politics / Re: Nigeria: Targeted For Destruction (for Those Who Have Ears To Hear) by Abagworo(m): 8:27am On Apr 17
Right now I'm scared that everything written here is playing out accordingly. Why is it difficult to adopt the methods proposed by this security expert? The world order wants to turn Nigeria into a war zone and it is gradually happening exactly as written here.
Politics / Re: Abuja Blast Could Be Political by Abagworo(m): 2:18pm On Apr 16
To solve this puzzle Nigeria needs to surrender its security to stronger power like USA that will execute their expertise without fear or favour.
Politics / Re: Abuja Blast Could Be Political by Abagworo(m): 2:16pm On Apr 16
I already made my own view known but I believe pro-Jonathan is behind the bombing. It is not Boko Haram and I don't expect them to claim it ever. The modus operandi is similar to MEND bombings including the October 1st.


Politics / Re: Can You Still Say " I Voted For GEJ And Not The PDP" Just Like You Said In 2012? by Abagworo(m): 9:58am On Apr 16
Gozie Diora:
Nice one. I appreciate your view. That increases the security challenges.

Coupled with the fact that the ICT section of PDP secretariat got completely burnt same night tells of an attempted cover up.


Politics / Re: Can You Still Say " I Voted For GEJ And Not The PDP" Just Like You Said In 2012? by Abagworo(m): 9:50am On Apr 16
In all honesty I believe there's a hand in the PDP behind the Abuja bombing. I don't believe its Boko Haram. Its just my personal opinion. Neutral people like the Americans need to come in and take over the investigation because some people are being shielded by the Nigerian authorities. If they could arrange the October 1st bombing, they could do anything.•-allegations-are-false-in-their-entirety/

Detained leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, Mr. Henry Okah, has insisted that President Goodluck Jonathan’s agents sponsored the March 15, 2010 and October 1, 2010 bombings in Warri and Abuja respectively for political considerations.

Okah made the allegation in a 194-paragraph affidavit deposed to in the South Gauteng High court in Johannesburg, South Africa in Case No: A570/10.

The allegations first came to light in an interview Okah granted Arabic satellite television, Aljazeera, in October 2010, weeks after the blast. In the interview, he blamed the attacks on Jonathan’s aides and claimed he was arrested for refusing to influence MEND, to retract its claim of responsibility.

Since then, Okah has been denied bail at least twice, with one at the South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg, where he is filing a new application for bail based on “new facts.”

The sworn affidavit was expected to be filed at the court between Tuesday and Wednesday as part of his renewed bid to secure bail, after spending more than one year in a South African jail.

His trial is set to start on October 1, 2012, exactly two years after a devastating blast that occurred less than a kilometre from the Eagle Square in Abuja, where Jonathan was attending Nigeria’s 50th anniversary.

He said the March 2010 car bomb blast (which he said occurred on March 14, 2010) at the Government House Annex, Warri, where South-South governors were attending an amnesty meeting, was intended to pave the way for the removal of Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, and his replacement by the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godsday Orubebe.

“It is my belief that President Goodluck Jonathan’s government working with a faction of MEND planned and executed the bombings of 14 March 2010 and 1 October 2010.

“The purpose of the 14 March 2010 bombing in my opinion was to create an atmosphere of insecurity in Niger Delta where President Goodluck Jonathan at that time, was fighting to oust the governor Mr. Emmanuel Uduaghan whom President Goodluck Jonathan intended to replace with his Minister for Niger Delta, Mr Godsday Orubebe,” Okah said in the affidavit.

On the Independence Day bombing, which claimed 10 lives, Okah said it was meant to sway public opinion against the North and some of its leaders who were planning to run against Jonathan in the April 2011 presidential election.

When you study the method of this last bombing, you'll notice the similarity with the Warri and October 1st bombings.


Politics / Re: President Jonathan Orders Arrest Of Ohaneze Ndi Igbo In Enugu. by Abagworo(m): 7:57am On Apr 16
@OP The title should be "Police arrest members of fake Ohaneze youth wing".


Politics / Re: President Jonathan Orders Arrest Of Ohaneze Ndi Igbo In Enugu. by Abagworo(m): 7:47am On Apr 16
One_Naira: Just a look on the news media that wrote the article should tell us whether na true or a propaganda.

Saharareporters=the propaganda media of Nigeria.

Call me when real News media report the same story.


It seems this Ohaneze is not the approved one or they are anti-Jonathan and hence disbanded.

Men of the Nigerian Police Force on Friday 11th of April 2014 averted a bloody clash between some Igbo youths and a group of young persons impersonating as the newly elected leadership of the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation Ohanaeze Ndigbo in Enugu.

This group headed by a self-acclaimed militant and opposition foot-soldier Chilos Godsent has against persistent warnings from previous and present Ohanaeze Ndigbo hierarchy refused to remove the prefix  “Ohanaeze” from their name, chose the day of the President’s visit to Enugu to cause mischief as information from a reliable source said that they planned to spark off trouble along the popular Ogui road where the President will pass through on his way to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium venue of the South-East rally.

However lick ran against them as their plans was leaked out to the leadership of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Wing who quickly alerted the security apparatus, resulting in the sealing of the earlier venue of their gathering at Gold Value Hotel located at the Upper Chime axis of New Haven. But bent on carrying out their act fictitious group moved the venue of their event to Peekay Gardens also in New Haven. Information filtered out to some patriotic members of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth affiliate groups who immediately mobilised their members to storm the venue of the fraudulent inauguration, but were stopped by the timely intervention of the National Leader of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Wing Mazi. Okechukwu Isiguzo who mandated the National Vice Leader (Delta) Odozi Nwodozi to meet with the group and know the true position.

According to Isiguzo “they are Igbo young persons and we should not be seen as fighting amongst ourselves, hence we must dialogue with them. Remember, they are our brothers.”

Nwodozi arrived at the Peekay Garden venue of the event after police has whisked away the ring leaders including Chilos Godsent and Zulu Ofoelue. According to him, “On getting to the venue, I met Dr Mark Oduh and Dr. Sam Amadi among some rented crowd. And after speaking with them and informing them of the true position as regards the authenticity of the group and the event, i advised all present to depart as their safety cannot be guaranteed if some aggrieved youths come into the venue and choose the path of violence.”

Speaking further, the National vice Leader stated “From the look of things, Dr. Amadi and Dr Mark Oduh were not properly informed as immediately they got the true picture, they exited the scene.”

In a show of remorse, the offending youths under detention are pleading that they be set free and allowed to write an undertaking of good behaviour which will include putting a stop parading themselves under the name of Ohanaeze NdiIgbo.

Meanwhile, concerned Igbo persons concerned over the shameful acts of various youth groups misusing the name “Ohanaeze”  are calling on the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo to publicise the list of the authentic executive members of the pan-Igbo youth group Ohanaeze NdiIgbo Youth Wing.

It should be recalled that for the first time in the history of Ohanaeze NdiIgbo, elections were held for the youth wing where Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzo emerge as the national Youth leader defeating three other candidates.
Politics / Re: President Jonathan Orders Arrest Of Ohaneze Ndi Igbo In Enugu. by Abagworo(m): 9:22pm On Apr 15
LIES FROM APC e-goats.

My good people of pdp, pls dön't mind these APC e-goats. They have resorted to all forms of failed lies just to discredit our amiable president.



It is no lie but reality. Ohaneze youths are asking questions with regards to the promise made in 2011.


A youth body, under the auspices of the South-East Youth Consultative Forum, (SEYCOF) has condemned the recent verbal attack on President Goodluck Jonathan by the youth wing of apex Igbo socio cultural organization, “Ohaneze Youth Council” (OYC), describing it as “misdirected and unwarranted”.
Newly elected Youth Leader of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro had in a recent media statement claimed that Igbo people were yet to feel the impact of Jonathan’s administration.
But in a press briefing jointly addressed by the National Coordinator and the Secretary of SEYCOF, Dr. B.N Ogini and Mr. Nnamdi Anigbo, respectively, the group described the OYC’s position as “a baseless propaganda being sponsored by opposition groups against President Jonathan”.


Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:06pm On Apr 15
Jack Baueress: I want to see the current pictures of Nwaorieubi and Umuaka.

Nigerians have phobia for pictures and I can't wait to go get them myself anytime my tight schedule nowadays will allow me visit Imo State. Right now I'm recycling old pics.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:45pm On Apr 15
Pictures from other towns in Imo State like Oguta, Anara, Atta, Amaraku, Nwaorieubi, Okigwe, Umuaka, Awo Omamma, Mgbidi, Nkwerre, Amaigbo, Nekede, Obinze, Emekuku, Ahiara, Aboh etc

Starting with Oguta.

Politics / Re: Security Forces Identify Abuja Bomber, Body Recovered by Abagworo(m): 7:06pm On Apr 15
This news is a big lie! Every eye witness has a different account and all their accounts seem to tally.
Politics / Re: When The North Is Ready To End Boko Haram, They Know What To Do by Abagworo(m): 6:56pm On Apr 15
It annoys me more when people I always thought have little wisdom write out of ethnic hatred. Sincere9gerian or whatever you call yourself, you deserve to be served alive to hungry lions.

As far as the Boko haram issue is concerned, I pray we all live till the day a new regime takes over and reveal those behind it. Whereas much of the real Boko haram is from outside Nigeria, all these bombings shall surely be linked to those at the corridors of power today.


Politics / Re: My View On Nyanya Bombing by Abagworo(m): 1:26pm On Apr 15
I just read about a "white witch" that could be responsible. I seem to believe it more than boko haram.
Politics / Re: Pictures Of Beautiful Roads In Akwa Ibom State by Abagworo(m): 1:24pm On Apr 15
all4naija: You are becoming boring! You lack common sense! China has more population than Nigeria and the people doing the right thing with their development! Please, stop being funny!

How old is Nigeria and how old is China? If it took China tens of centuries to get where they are today, why do you expect ours to happen overnight?
Politics / Re: SHOCKING: See The Picture Of The White Woman That Sponsored Yanya Bombing by Abagworo(m): 1:19pm On Apr 15
Ms_Steph: azzin d story is just a big disgrace 1st dey said boko haram member are citizens of chad nd niger now this fake story. Wetin concern d woman with nigeria? And they can't come up with a brilliant story dey just cook up sumtin really st.upid.
Yesterday PDP was blaming APC it dint work for them dey had to bring out dis story I am really disappointed

While I blame PDP for its wrong assertions, I also blame people like you and other Nigerians who have failed to understand the monster we all are fighting. With the way things are going Nigeria might be overrun in a couple of years.


Politics / Re: Nigeria: Targeted For Destruction (for Those Who Have Ears To Hear) by Abagworo(m): 1:07pm On Apr 15
It is high time we take some conspiracy theories seriously. Could this be a drug war?

Drugs are perfection.  If you produce narcotics, you control the land, if you transit narcotics, you control the authorities, if you sell narcotics, you control the courts, the police and, of course, the government itself.

Arms and oil count, money is still worth counterfeiting, oil worth stealing but all this is so “yesterday.” 

The real world struggle today is narco-driven, fought from the Kyber Pass to the Mexico-Arizona border and all lands in between.  Nigerians who think “tribal” or “ethnic” will die “regional” and “global,” perhaps by the millions.

This is all little but theatre.  The US bought a ticket to a play staged in Afghanistan and has found themselves unable to find the exit.  This one will be quieter as this is Africa, it will be black people killing black people.  Few will notice, fewer will care.  Those with a stake notice, they care, but their agenda has no room for human life.

Nigeria is a tinderbox beyond imagination.  Decades old hatreds and fears are closer to the surface here than even in the Balkans.  This is a very dangerous game some have chosen to begin. 

Were they available, and who is to say they aren’t, Nigerians would gleefully use nuclear weapons to settle domestic differences.

Nigeria, is, in itself, a construct that never should have existed.  The North is Muslim, the South is Christian, each side having nearly 100 million people and neither half is united in any way. 

Nigeria is a ripe plum for those who recognize such things and recognizing such things is how predators have come to dominate world affairs.

The history after colonial occupation is one of military dictatorship and corruption at levels unimaginable.

Nigeria is Africa, the most populace country, the most oil and gas wealth, the greatest economic potential, the biggest potential market. Thus, Nigeria is a target.
Religion / Re: Prophet TB Joshua Prophesied The Abuja Bomb Blast (video) by Abagworo(m): 12:05pm On Apr 15
This is annoying. Taking advantage of a national tragedy to advertise your Church.


Politics / Re: My View On Nyanya Bombing by Abagworo(m): 12:00pm On Apr 15

I disagree with you..Quite true the Nyanya bombing is quite more sophisticated and well planned but i personally think the group Boko Haram is adopting new tactics which is quite similar to Al-Qaeda. Unfortunately, we are not really prepared on the technicalities to curb such attacks.. We need collaborative effort in intelligence gathering and a proactive Government who is less concerned with winning elections to confront this evil child.

Humans are a very wicked specie of animals. People can come under the guise of any little conflict to get on their perceived enemies. Yesterday's bombing was not suicide and the target was not a school, miltary/police or Church which is their target. I pray a new group has not emerged.
Politics / Re: Pictures Of Beautiful Roads In Akwa Ibom State by Abagworo(m): 11:55am On Apr 15
all4naija: That is coming from attention-seeking Uyo person! Bleh! lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed Poor development![i][/i]

I've tried to study your comments on this forum and come to realize you make most of your comments in uthmost good faith. We that celebrate the mediocre infrastructure have our reasons. We know that it is not "uhuru" yet but you move from mediocre to excellence. It is quite unfair to compare Nigeria with Europe which I believe you've spent much of your life because they came here and used us to develop themselves and later dumped us to our fate. The gap between Nigeria and Europe is too wide and will take nothing less than 200 years to fill.
Politics / My View On Nyanya Bombing by Abagworo(m): 11:44am On Apr 15
The modus operandi seems quite distinct from Boko Haram both in targets and tactics. Yesterday's bomb was either politically motivated or done by an aggrieved man or group. Our security agencies should not look towards Boko Haram to investigate the bombing.
Politics / Re: Nigeria Is The Only Nation On Earth With A Caliph! by Abagworo(m): 10:26am On Apr 15

^^^That only means the power of the caliphate has moved from the spiritual to the temporal! And this should give one cause for concern b'cos the temporal have no moral scruples whatsoever, and take no prisoners!!

Boko Haram is a PDP affair. The earlier people remove ethnic and religious attachment to it, the quicker the solution. Igbos say "echi di ime" which means "tomorrow is pregnant". You and I shall be here when a new regime will come in and just like what happened to Abacha, the present crop of leaders shall have their secret acts of wickedness exposed.

As for the Caliphate, I believe they should be granted a region of theirs where they can practise their religion and culture the way they want it. Dubai is an Emirate and they've succeeded in UAE. Islam is not anti-progress like most Nigerians have been blinded to view it by desperate politicians.
Ethnic/Racial Politics / Re: Igbos Top Admission Into Loyola Jesuit College - #the_real_mythbusters by Abagworo(m): 10:17am On Apr 15

The objective of the thread is to correct the notion and bust the myth that Igbos do not go to school.

These are some of the statements that have been made on this issue;

1. Onome Osifo-Whiskey (Managing Editor, TELL Magazine): “In the spare parts mentality of his people, Nzeribe…”

Osifo-Whiskey made this insulting remark in the pages of TELL magazine in year 2000 after Senator Arthur Nzeribe moved a motion for the impeachment of President Olusegun Obasanjo. Meaning? Most Igbos do not go to school and are only good in “buying and selling”, especially “spare parts”.

2. Modupe Adelaja ( Former Minister of Solid Minerals): “ It is a bad stigma that you are a traitor, that you left your country to fight on the other side. You can be doing your buying and selling…”

- December 10, 2001 at the ministerial press briefing to herald the year 2002 Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

Meaning? The Igbo should remain content with their “buying and selling” business and not bother to compete for public offices in Nigeria. In other words, Igbos in Nigeria are synonymous with trading and should leave political (and even economic) leadership to indigenes of other regions.

3. Olusegun Adeniyi (As Editor, THISDAY, The Sunday Newspaper): ", a region (South East) where most young people are driven by the urge to make money with little or no value attached to mental self improvement"

All these are consistent with Igbo stereotyping. I will still quote Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu’s stand on this: "I found that there is an orchestrated attempt at intimidating the Igbo with their own shortcomings. And these are shortcomings that are rampant across the entire country”. ( Newswatch Magazine of April 8, 2002, p. 29)

This thread has already been killed for a reason we both know. It is true that most of the traders are Igbos but it is also true that most of the students are also Igbos. It is not rocket science but common sense tells you that Igbo could be by far the most populous ethnic group in Nigeria. Little wonder those who have not been to Southeast erroneously believe that it is an empty enclave.


Politics / Re: Buhari's Statement On Nyanya Bomb Blast by Abagworo(m): 8:29pm On Apr 14
Buhari is a much wiser man and understands the grief of Nigerians. Olisah Metuh should be arrested and tried for accusing APC falsely because such lie could lead to total breakdown of law and order.


Politics / Re: Deceit, Incompetence, Corruption Prevent $530m Aba Power Project by Abagworo(m): 5:36pm On Apr 14

he RESIGNED because he was building his own power plant and to avoid accusations of corruption by people like you so that the privatisation process could be succeed, which it did.

You know I can never accuse Barth Nnaji who sacrificed a lot to invest at home. Never! Now read these links and notice the recurring names and the cabal.

Information available to through sources close to the activities within the presidency indicate that the former federal minister of power, Prof Barth Nnaji may have been sacked without notice on the evening of August 28, 2012.  The former Minister of Power, Prof Barth Nnaji became aware of his sacking through the television [Channels TV], stated a source who spoke with thr former Minister.

According to information received through an impeccable source, the former Minister’s sacking may have come as a result of his latent squabbles with the Federal Minister of Petroleum Resources, Madam Diezani Allison Madueke. It was learnt that the former minister for power had involved himself in a tussle with Diezani Allison Madueke over the privatization modalities of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria [PHCN].

In talking to our correspondent, the source recalled that Prof Barth Nnaji accession to the post of Power Minister had been facilitated by Madam Diezani Allison Madueke – due to her closeness to President Goodluck Jonathan.  According to the source, the federal minister of petroleum resources felt a ‘debt’ was owed for her role. Prof Barth Nnaji was reported to have not been as responsive.

The source added also that the Presidency had believed that the former power minister, Prof Barth Nnaji was plotting to corner some of the more lucrative power stations - himself and his wife – through their company,  Geometric Power. The source also added that ultimately, “Prof Barth Nnaji was sacked because of pressure from power sector cabal” – as he explained that the President bowed to the political pressures of the power sector cabals – who had interest in the PHCN privatization scheme.
Politics / Re: Deceit, Incompetence, Corruption Prevent $530m Aba Power Project by Abagworo(m): 4:32pm On Apr 14

Orji cannot be said to be innocent. this is happening under his government and they are to weak to stop it. If Offor tried this in enugu or Anambra tell me he would succeed

Yes he will succeed even in Maiduguri. Why is there no power in Ngeria? There is a cabal which profits from lack of power and non-functional refineries. Use your tongue to count your teeth. Can you recall how Barth Nnaji was hurriedly sacked for no reason as the minister.
Politics / Re: Deceit, Incompetence, Corruption Prevent $530m Aba Power Project by Abagworo(m): 4:20pm On Apr 14
MOBJECTIVE: THIS PROJECT SHOULD HAVE BEEN LOCATED IN ONITSHA undecided . It's paining me so much that mr orji is not investor friendly

We are talking about an Igbo man Sir Emeka Offor preventing another Igbo man Professor Barth Nnaji from giving stable power supply to a major Igbo city and you are accusing innocent Orji. People like Emeka Offor are the problems of Igboland in particular and Nigeria in general. Chrome(owned by Emeka Offor) has been used for several decades in scam "turn around maintenance" of our refineries.
Politics / Re: Nyanya Explosion: PDP Expresses Shock, Blames APC by Abagworo(m): 4:04pm On Apr 14
Nctrice: O boy this your source get as e be o!

I doubt if any educated or well read man could make such childish remarks as the OP ascribed to Olisa Metuh.
Politics / Re: Attention Tourist Garden Hotels Limited, Awka: How I Bought Stollen Properties. by Abagworo(m): 2:50pm On Apr 14
iiChino: I mana ka mgbe oga gi balu APC..amarozim ife gi n ndi-ofe n aga.

Well like you said ideology n political interest bu nsogbu mu n gi. Mana anyi malu oke (limitation) anyi, i malu n anyi ka to uto di ka nnu n ose..


Enweghi'm Oga biko. Abum just a fan and abughim onye APC. Oburu maka Amaechi m si gi yes na mu na ya alukogo.
Ethnic/Racial Politics / Re: Igbo Must Leave North Now –elders by Abagworo(m): 2:44pm On Apr 14
While this is going on, another Igbo is about paying for a piece of land in Abuja today. Ndigbo make the money there but don't invest your profit there please. Invest them in Southeast.

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Politics / Re: Attention Tourist Garden Hotels Limited, Awka: How I Bought Stollen Properties. by Abagworo(m): 2:36pm On Apr 14
iiChino: Ezi okwu? E chekwam n gi na ndi-ofe no n ofu ugbo?

How could you say that? Nsogbu mu na gi bu ideology na political interest.

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