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| Politics / Re: Mimiko, Emerging Political Leader – Wabara by Capt.Barbosa: 8:05am On Mar 24, 2012 |
Another Yoruba thread by this low life Ibo bigotted cun't. Get a life!
| Politics / Re: Oni Faults Aregbesola On “omoluabi” by Capt.Barbosa: 10:20pm On Mar 23, 2012 |
You are more "dafted" than I ealier thought! Do I need your permission to join any political party of my choice? For your info, I was at eagle square and my vote was counted FOR jonathan during the last presidential primaries.
I'm a member of PDP as far back as 2001 and still retain my old membership card, even before the changes was made on the new card. You keep shouting about anything south west . . .in the last six months, 98% of your post was made on Yoruba threads. Only a closest Ibo bigot would invest such effort in acking the south west.
You got jokes!
Dude, you're tired. Your battery is weak and your d.i.ck has fallen.
What PDP member bursts their veins to defend ACN's bigotry?
Go try that trick on your kids.
| Politics / Re: Delta Villagers Protest Killings By Fulani Herdsmen by Capt.Barbosa: 10:05pm On Mar 23, 2012 |
You won't see the bastard here. Such a low life Ibo bigot.
dayokanu: Where is BEAF to tell us about the Tinubu and ACN connection
| Politics / Re: Oni Faults Aregbesola On “omoluabi” by Capt.Barbosa: 9:04pm On Mar 23, 2012 |
Phocking Ibo bigots living on handouts! Lemme, repeat myself incase, you are too daft to notice. I'm a card carrying member of PDP and very proud of that. I could go on and post my membership card right away. Who cares about phocking ACN? That said.
Now, answer this, why is 98% of your post centered around south west? Only an Ibo ding bat would spend soo much energy fighting the south west.
Lolzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!! The very ACN tactic I spoke about is alive and kicking in you!
Attack the ACN and its members accuse you of attacking the SW. It is a tactic of employing bigotry and ethnic blackmail to scare off criticism. When I attack PDP members, what section of the country am I attacking?
What a fool!
You people sound so daft. But hey! What is to be expected of bigots, but shallow thoughts marooned by islands of idiocy?
Your approach would bring a joyful tear to Hitlers eyes.
All hail ACN:
| Politics / Re: Oni Faults Aregbesola On “omoluabi” by Capt.Barbosa: 8:00pm On Mar 23, 2012 |
You are just a shameless Ibo bigot. What ever happens with your Djustice monker? Dude, can't you see that 98% of your threads is about south west? touts!
disregard this rabid Ibo bigot called beaf hiding under politicis to attack south west..
Naturally, as a bigotted punk it doesn't occur to you that the use of "Omoluabi" to describe members of a political party is both extremely foolish and dangerous.
It is such official use by ACN of terms like "Omoluabi" in a manner that is racist and bigotted that encourages slime like your type to equate politics with bigotry and to attempt ethnic blackmail on those who criticise that fascist party.
Hitlers Nazi party started by talking about a mythical Arian race. ACN is doing the same.
| Politics / Re: Facts that Binds Yorubas and Igbos - We're Brothers! by Capt.Barbosa: 2:51am On Mar 23, 2012 |
How do you tend to "agree to disagree" with those that have been indoctrinated with soo much hate filled illusion about you, right from childhood? I don't wan't to turn this thread to a feast for the bunch of lurking bigots, waiting like vultures to feast on such. The wars should be in the past, but not when they are still nursing revange at all cost.
I'm not put all your trust in Igbos - we all can always agree to disagree. You can maintain suspicions about them - but HATE is too strong. We just need to curb it, and fight our common enemies - who are plundering our commonwealth.
| Politics / Re: Facts that Binds Yorubas and Igbos - We're Brothers! by Capt.Barbosa: 2:36am On Mar 23, 2012 |
Thousands of such articles could be poured out on daily basis, for all I care. until you step into the midst of Ibos codedly to understand the brotherly "love" they harbour towards us. Personally, I don't have problem living with anyone. . .but neither do I need a thesis to tell me where to locate my foe or friends. The real world is out there to teach the foolish some sense.
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 9:50pm On Mar 22, 2012 |
You see why I said you are a fuckcunt? . . .the morronic Ibo bigot was caught pant down and still looking for a way to spin. I'm a card carrying member of PDP and am gainfully employed earning cool pay, not waiting for handouts like a local tout you are.
bleeping Ibo bigot! Omo Ibo!
Lolzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!! You have started smoking pawpaw leaf again!
Dude, do they still invent stup!dty of this level to fit into the heads of gutter freaks like you? Aregbesola, the woman slapper must be very proud indeed!
When it comes to slapping women, he is well represented. No shaking!
But, when it comes to organising defences against attacks in state capitals, he melts into the folds of the nearest wrapper. And don't tell me Aregbesola is not governor of Ekiti, cos the phucker is the one who goes around slapping a gentleman like Fashola and insulting Mimiko who is performing in Ondo. Aregbesola is the thug at the head of you pack of fools, he even has his own wretched set of flags that are unknown to Nigeria that people carry ahead of him at functions, yet he cannot defend the satellite capitals of his "republic" from cattle rearers.
When it comes to empty talk and lies too, Aregbesola is king. As his follower, thats why you talk like a dog with rabies or like your Bottom is fixed to your face. Like leader, like follower.
What a set of thugs led by a drug baron and woman slapper:
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 8:10pm On Mar 22, 2012 |
You are a cretin if you think you can't order things from your home in nigeria. Do you equally manufature the spare part in aba or nnewi? I bet you, ogun state alone is hosting more "manufacturing" companies than the whole of south east.
By the way, that so-called business is changing hands, cos awon boyz tin lo china ati dubai.
Da infamous: NOT yet i bet you live inn western world were everything is easier and you forgot nigerian system yea? i dey laugh click and order to deliver were oshomogbo
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 7:59pm On Mar 22, 2012 |
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 7:53pm On Mar 22, 2012 |
Gone are the days where buying and selling seems to be an herculian task. I have personally ordered for my spare parts from Germany sitting in my bedroom. Everything you want is a just a click away. So kini big deal?. . .afteral, you are not manufacturing them.
Wonder where ur useless and naturally dirty Yoruba asss will get his spare parts from without d Igbos.Useless coward
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 4:28pm On Mar 22, 2012 |
Thats Baef for you! He equally goes by the handler Djustice. The Ibo bigot always have his tiny joystick "hard on" at any mention of the west.
emiye: How come clashes between two members of ethnic group over domestic issues now suddenly turned to political matter of ACN/TINUBU /PDP ?
Hey, there are some cheap idiiiiots on this thread.
| Politics / Re: Ending Off-shore Derivation by Capt.Barbosa: 1:17pm On Mar 22, 2012 |
continue decieving them, afteral thats what you being paid for. Why can't you support Igbo for president in 2015? OK, I got it, the alliance is a one way traffic abi?.
Keep it up!
What has that crap got to do with the topic? Is the governor of your state an Angel of The Lord, or is he a corrupt creature like other politicians?
ND states like Delta, Rivers and Akwa Ibom are far more developed than the rest of Nigeria, save Lagos. Please, stop talking crap.
Corruption is a Nigeria wide problem.
Yeah, you bring a fungal infection to the house.
| Politics / Re: Ending Off-shore Derivation by Capt.Barbosa: 7:58am On Mar 22, 2012 |
You have started feeling uncomfortable,already?
Omo ACN. Lol!
You won't understand when I say you are like a fish out of water here. Its not your party or your ethnic group... You just won't understand, bruv.
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 7:42am On Mar 22, 2012 |
Dude, you are not in any position to tell us what to do or not, your tactics of coming under the attack of Tinubu to demean the most sophisticated people, politically in nigeria has been laid bare. The only time you wont have problem with Fulani is when your backyard is filled with sand. Quit making silly comments on issues that is beyond every region to address without a proper law from the central government.
Na so una go de fight like say una be minority.
Carry go, bruv! Nutin do you!
| Politics / Re: Ending Off-shore Derivation by Capt.Barbosa: 7:28am On Mar 22, 2012 |
one of the best post I have read in recent times. The only way out for east is to always put forward their political demand before supporting any region. I have lived 15 years in south south, and I can tell you that the average niger deltan will prefer voting aboki than any other regional candidate. Their hatred for Igbos is profound and I wonder where the so-called unity is coming from.
The truth of the matter is, some political jobbers like Beaf, asari and co, are all out to confuse the east the more. The just concluded jamboree by asari is an evidence to my position. If truely there is anything like SS/SE unity then let GEJ openly support a candidate from east. Like rochas, since thats was the initial arrangement from the PDP.
The funny thing is that the bolded is always one-sided. That's how foolish Igbo leaders have been. I can tell you that a Niger Deltan(minus Igbo speaking areas) will rather vote an aboki than Igbo. We have to start thinking about what is best for Igboland irrespective of whose detriment it may be. We have to stop all these brotherly rubbish. We can always join heads with the ND but it must be for the interest of Igboland.
| Politics / Re: Yorubas And Hausas Clash In Ekiti by Capt.Barbosa: 7:00am On Mar 22, 2012 |
DK you are one in a million. . .I like the way you kicked the arzz of that Ibo bigot called Beaf, hiding under Delta state to claim South South.
The grass cutter came with his usual drivel to attack SW by making it look as if, Tinubu was the problem caused by 8 years of PDP mis-rule in SW. You did a good work by calling the mascot out of his cave.
Ohh OK I get it. Its better to attack the villagers than to attack the state capital
When State Capitals are attacked ACN and Tinubu is the cause
| Politics / Re: Amaechis Port Harcourt! by Capt.Barbosa: 10:31pm On Mar 21, 2012 |
Ada George and NTA road are now wearing a brand new look, though not yet completed, the road projects in one of the best thing that could ever happen to PH. Those guys are doing brilliant job. One of the best road construction job in the country IMO. Ameachi is a good man.. . . .PH is becoming one of the best place in naija.
Bawss1: Please put up pictures of Ada George road and NTA road. Let readers see the other reality that is Port Harcourt.
BTW and a little off topic; Hotel Presidential appears to be a shadow of its former self. The places has this run down look.
| Politics / Re: CRITICIZE CONSTRUCTIVELY: Abia Is Not The Worst State by Capt.Barbosa: 10:19pm On Mar 21, 2012 |
What do you expect from Ibo tribalistic grass cutter?. . .come out of your hiding.
Beaf = Djustice = Ibo goat.
That guy is like someone who used to work for NURTW. Slapping women everywhere and telling lies non-stop.
| Politics / Re: Ending Off-shore Derivation by Capt.Barbosa: 5:28pm On Mar 21, 2012 |
Beaf is Ibo. . .check all his post! The real niger deltans CANNEVER trust the Ibo man. I have lived 15 years in niger delta.
PhysicsQED: @ Beaf
I've never seen this level of obsession with a "SE"/"SS" alliance from any non-Igbo Nigerians west of the Niger river. Some of the "SS" groups east of the Niger may consider themselves "joined at the hip" politically or culturally with the SE, but I have never heard or read of any non-Igbos west of the Niger river exhibiting such a sentiment. Your tendency to continuously repeat and promote this sentiment is why some people on this forum keep questioning whether or not you are really Isoko. I don't doubt that you are Isoko, but I'm just letting you know why people kept doubting your origin. But then again, some Isoko clans claimed Igbo origin originally, so maybe the sentiment you're expressing is natural and not a deviation from the norm because of the particular makeup of your specific ethnic group. I think in the future maybe you should state that "SS east of the Niger, Igbo west of the Niger, and my own Isoko group" are "joined at the hip" with the SE, in order to not give people the wrong impression.
@ koruji, if somebody at your level of intelligence actually accepts the preposterous argument of this article, that is worrying. If it were somebody dumber I would not even bother responding. What the U.S. does or does not do does not determine the actions a country with a unique situation and history like Nigeria should do.
It's amazing how people's ability to carry out basic reasoning with respect to a very simple situation can be distorted as soon as the topic of oil money comes up. If Akwa Ibom were part of Cameroon, you would not have to worry about offshore oil money accruing to Akwa Ibom state via the coast, because it would not even be relevant. The coastal states are the only reason offshore oil is relevant to Nigeria and this is a very simple thing to understand.
If Bayelsa, Rivers, Delta, Ondo, and Lagos were part of other countries, you would not have to worry about offshore oil. One's state does not have to touch the coast to support the offshore oil derivations going to those states but the author of this article has woven a web of distortions and red herrings in order to try and obscure a very simple truth.
And if oil had been discovered in the North (because of the Chad Basin), the same Northern intelligentsia that are arguing that offshore oil past a certain completely arbitrary distance does not belong to states would never have bothered to bring up the argument.
The ludicrous argument promoted by certain people online (ex: Ndu_chucks), and by northern pseudo-intelligentsia in real life, about offshore oil is a feint. The nation, and northerners in particular, should be worried about corrupt politicians, poverty, and terrorism in the north.
| Politics / Re: Awo Lecture: Why North Is A Problem To National Unity – Eminent Nigerians by Capt.Barbosa: 3:23pm On Mar 10, 2012 |
EMINENT Nigerians yesterday lamented the non-sustenance of the leadership qualities of late Premier of the defunct Western Region, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, saying that the north would not have constitued itself as the clog in the wheel of development and unity of the country had Awolowo’s policies been sustained.
They spoke in Lagos at the 2012 Obafemi Awolowo Annual Lecture, convened by Obafemi Awolowo Foundation, OAF.
Those who attended the event from across the six geo-political zones included the Ooni of Ife, Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Sultan of Sokoto Alhaji Mohammed Sa’ad Abubakar, Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, Emir of Zauazau Alhaji Shehu Idris, Obi of Onitsha Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe, Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Suru Gambari, King Edmund Daukoru Amyanabo on Nembe, King Dandeson Douglas, Jaja Amyanabo of Opobo, King Mujakpero Orodje of Okpe,
They also included former governors of Lagos, Ogun, Ekiti, Ondo and Kaduna States, Alhaji Lateef Jakande, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Chief Olusegun Osoba,Niyi Adebayo, Gbenga Daniel, and Alhaji Balarebe Musa as well as Prof Ben Nwabueze, Justice Modibo Alfa Belgore, Justice Mohammedu Uwais, Sen Olorunnimbe Mamora, Sen Anthony Adefuye, Chief Ebeneze Babatope, Sen Daisy Danjuma, Sen Jubril Aminu, Alhaji Musilui Smith, Chief Fredrick Fasheun, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, Gen. Alani Akinrinade, among others.
Speaking at the forum which was titled; Power Politics or Welfare Politics; Chief Obafemi Awolowo in the History of African Nationalist Political Thought, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, who chaired the occasion said that Nigeria lost the opportunity of having Awolowo as its president, noting that Awolowo was a credible leader.
Musa said, “Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo is the most qualitatively, outstanding, and memorable legend of Nigerian politics and governance since the 1940s. He is the one whose role in politics and governance can still be a reliable guide for any first-time President of Nigeria even though Nigeria ‘lost the opportunity of having Chief Awolowo as its National President.
North in the way of peace —Musa
“He knew how to be relevant both in government and in opposition. When he ceased to be the Premier of the old Western Region, he became a credible and dependable opposition leader. If his policy of free, qualitative, and functional education, for instance, had been implemented and sustained throughout Nigeria, the 40 -year gap in educational development between the northern and the southern parts, which inevitably makes the North stand more in the way of peace and national unity, would have been avoided; and the result of higher educational advancement would not have been almost absent in Nigeria.
“For the 1983 Presidential Election, even the arch opponents of Chief AwoIowo, the semi-feudal and conservative Northern oligarchy or Kaduna Mafia, as represented by the political group of late Shehu Musa Yar’aduwa, preferred him and went into a principled electoral alliance with the Unity Party of Nigeria, UPN, the political party he led. However, Nigerians are still hoping for Chief Obafemi Awolowo’s equivalent to emerge.”
Musa’s views were re-echoed by other speakers who called for late Awolowo’s style of leadership in the country. Speaking on the topic of the lecture, the Guest Speaker, Prof. Toyin Falola admonished Nigerian leaders to emulate Awolowo’s prescription for the implementation of welfare politics.
His words: “The most imoportant lesson to take away from Awolowo’s work is his prescription for the implementation of wlafare politics. His legacy to Nigeria , and indeed the world, is the proposal of critical conceptions that must be infused into political leadership.
“He argued that leadership must be grounded in ethics, morallity of spending resources more carefully without curruption and with compassion for people. Leadership must respect the rule of law and human rights and cannot be based on violence.”
Absence of transpernt government——Tinubu
Similarly, former Governor Bola Tinubu of Lagos State regrreted that, “Awolowo’s leadership qualities are not visible today in gorvernance. All his priorities like rural intergration, welfare, priority of education are lacking. We are gradually moving away from the people. What is the menaing of governance if there is no welfare, development, transperency and accountability.’’
Earlier, the Executive Director of OBF, Dr. Olatokunbo Dosumu-Awolowo had there was need to build bridges of understanding across the country to ensure unity in Nigeria.
She said, “This gathering says that inspite of current, seeming evidence to the contrary, there is still an overwhelming desire across the land to build bridges of understanding in order to remain brothers and sisters domicled in one united indivisble Nigeria and that the prospects for consensus building on cvritical national issues are not necessarily far-fetched.
“The presence of some of the most eminent royal fathers across Nigeria as well as this sizeable and high calibre audience, drawn from all sectors of the Nigerian society, leaves me virtually speechless, But it speaks eloquently to the fact that 25 years after his transition, Cheif Awolowo’s trailblazing leadership keeps being aknowledged and celebrated.’’
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where is the link to the story? abi na ABA made?
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