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Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by DeepZone: 9:50pm On Nov 08, 2008
Yoruba seems to be the warmest, peaceful and most accepting tribe in Nigeria. How did I determine this:

1) Other tribes that live in Yoruba land do not experience any form of harassment or whatnot.

2) Least or no crime against another person that is not a native.

3) Inter tribal marriage is very high

4) Yoruba can stick their neck out because they want to protect a visitor at the expense of their own people.

5) Yorubas are more liberal than any other tribe in Nigeria

6) Because I think I am correct kiss.

If I am wrong, please do correct me and tell me the warmest and most welcoming tribe in Nigeria.

Which tribe in Nigeria should be the most aggressive with respect to the factors above?
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by Morenike3(f): 9:52pm On Nov 08, 2008
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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by milknhoney(f): 9:56pm On Nov 08, 2008
I can infer that you are one who enjoys tribalistic arguments.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by KarmaMod(f): 9:59pm On Nov 08, 2008
I agree with 1, 3 and 5

should add the fact that we watch the movies of other tribes too despite the fact that Yoruba only make up 0.5% of "Nollywood"
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by Sauron1: 10:13pm On Nov 08, 2008
DeepZone:

Yoruba seems to be the warmest, peaceful and most accepting tribe in Nigeria. How did I determine this:

1) Other tribes that live in Yoruba land do not experience any form of harassment or whatnot.

2) Least or no crime against another person that is not a native.

3) Inter tribal marriage is very high

4) Yoruba can stick their neck out because they want to protect a visitor at the expense of their own people.

5) Yorubas are more liberal than any other tribe in Nigeria

6) Because I think I am correct kiss.

If I am wrong, please do correct me and tell me the warmest and most welcoming tribe in Nigeria.

Which tribe in Nigeria should be the most aggressive with respect to the factors above?

Civilisation started in the western part of Nigeria so this is hardly a surprise.
Besides, Yoruba is not a tribe. . . .It should be Yoruba PEOPLE.
The population of the Yorubas outnumber Togo, Ghana and many West African countries. . . .
Do u say Ghana tribe??

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by bawomolo(m): 10:29pm On Nov 08, 2008
should add the fact that we watch the movies of other tribes too despite the fact that Yoruba only make up 0.5% of "Nollywood"

this isn't relevant considering most nollywood movies are in english or at least subtitled in english.

1) Other tribes that live in Yoruba land do not experience any form of harassment or whatnot.

o rly?
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by Sauron1: 10:32pm On Nov 08, 2008
DeepZone:

If I am wrong, please do correct me and tell me the warmest and most welcoming tribe in Nigeria.

Which tribe in Nigeria should be the most aggressive with respect to the factors above?

Ijesha peops!!!
They had many street riots with the Hausas in their Sabo area which is unYORUBA like. tongue
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by Ifygurl: 10:58pm On Nov 08, 2008
It seems this is another topic that will start a fight.

You can be proud of your tribe and not insult others.

DeepZone:


4) Yoruba can stick their neck out because they want to protect a visitor at the expense of their own people.


This is New.  Never knew Yoruba people protects others. Where does that happen, i don't think it's in Nigeria.

DeepZone:


1) Other tribes that live in Yoruba land do not experience any form of harassment or whatnot.

Where in Nigeria is this happening? I could have sworn alot of people in Lagos that aren't Yoruba are sometimes harrashed in that part?
I need to talk to my aunts about this.  Nigeria must have changed since last time i've visited.


P.S: I don't think Yoruba's are the friendliest. 
According to the comments written by them in this website; friendliest is out of the question.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by smurf(f): 11:01pm On Nov 08, 2008
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My tribe cool
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 12:09am On Nov 09, 2008
Yoruba seems to be the warmest, peaceful and most accepting tribe in Nigeria. How did I determine this:

1) Other tribes that live in Yoruba land do not experience any form of harassment or whatnot.

2) Least or no crime against another person that is not a native.

3) Inter tribal marriage is very high

4) Yoruba can stick their neck out because they want to protect a visitor at the expense of their own people.

5) Yorubas are more liberal than any other tribe in Nigeria

6) Because I think I am correct Kiss.

If I am wrong, please do correct me and tell me the warmest and most welcoming tribe in Nigeria.

Which tribe in Nigeria should be the most aggressive with respect to the factors above?

Let me correct you since you are trying to be funny:

Yoruba is one of the most aggressive tribes in Nigeria if not the most:

1. It's only in Yorubaland that they have rental discrimination in Nigeria if not in the whole west Africa.There are many tribalist yoruba landlords in Lagos and Ibadan. Go and ask other Nigerians that are not yoruba if you want to learn.

2. I know you posted this thread because you were trying to make a story out of the Kaduna riots. Let me enlighten you, OPC have done worse every now and then. Go to Ketu, OPC is always fighting hausas and it's still a cold war up till this day.

3. Friendly? How friendly are alaaye people that harass igbos and other Nigerians everyday in Lagos island?

4. friendly and most accepting? Is kidnapping igbo traders every year a part of their warm welcome? How many times have you heard of any militant group in igboland or ijawland fighting with the yoruba community living in their land?. How many times please? Do you know how many times the oba of lagos has stopped igbos warring with OPC?

5. Can you explain to us where and when Yorubas stick their neck out to protect others?

6. Who said Nollywood? I never knew that tribalism and racism can also be shown in selecting movies. Nollywood movies sell better largely because of language barriers. How many yorubas watch igbo language movies subtitled in english?. How many of you watch French movies regularly that are subtitled in english?

7. Yoruba may be more liberal when it comes to religion and marriage and that may be the only one I will agree with but that doesn't make them the friendlist ethnic group in Nigeria. I know that majority of these women writing imaginations from their head here stay abroad and view Nigeria from Nairaland. Read news and don't be too affectionate about something. It's your dire desire to paint the hausa tribe black that made you make a fool out of yourself.

Even the eminent tribalist here, tpia wouldn't make this stupid assumption about the yorubas.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by KarmaMod(f): 12:13am On Nov 09, 2008
Lmao, yet with all the trash you wrote your so called fiancee is Yoruba

Is she aware that this is what you think of her and her family? Why not find a girl from a less "aggressive, kidnapping" tribe.

Yet you wonder why they don't like you.
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by KarmaMod(f): 12:17am On Nov 09, 2008
Aloy.Emeka:

6. Who said Nollywood? I never knew that tribalism and racism can also be shown in selecting movies. Nollywood movies sell better largely because of language barriers. How many yorubas watch igbo language movies subtitled in english?. How many of you watch French movies regularly that are subtitled in english?

Actually re: Igbo movies. The REAL ones where the language was spoken and subtitled was once HUGE in Yorubaland. I myself have many from back in the day, til you guys decided to sell out and be English strictly. I've yet to understand why they can't just have both.

and if you'd like a list of French/Korean/Italy/Brazilian/Japanese movies to watch, I can give you a list

Not everyone is as ignorant as you Aloy so stop speaking for others
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by ikeyman00(m): 1:00am On Nov 09, 2008
deepzone

ijebu pipu friendly ? hmm
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by A40(m): 1:33am On Nov 09, 2008
Its debatable but Yoruba's compared to other tribes are pretty cool people i mean the civilized ones ooh
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by milknhoney(f): 1:36am On Nov 09, 2008
A-40:

Its debatable but Yoruba's compared to other tribes are pretty cool people i mean the civilized ones ooh
Tribalism with Nigerians never cease to amaze me.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by ezeagu(m): 1:55am On Nov 09, 2008
~Sauron~:

Civilisation started in the western part of Nigeria so this is hardly a surprise.

[size=15pt]Have you ever heard of the Nok culture? Have you ever heard of Igbo-Ukwu?[/size]
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by lucabrasi(m): 2:02am On Nov 09, 2008
Aloy.Emeka:

Let me correct you since you are trying to be funny:

Yoruba is one of the most aggressive tribes in Nigeria if not the most:

1. It's only in Yorubaland that they have rental discrimination in Nigeria if not in the whole west Africa.There are many tribalist yoruba landlords in Lagos and Ibadan. Go and ask other Nigerians that are not yoruba if you want to learn.

2. I know you posted this thread because you were trying to make a story out of the Kaduna riots. Let me enlighten you, OPC have done worse every now and then. Go to Ketu, OPC is always fighting hausas and it's still a cold war up till this day.

3. Friendly? How friendly are alaaye people that harass igbos and other Nigerians everyday in Lagos island?

4. friendly and most accepting? Is kidnapping igbo traders every year a part of their warm welcome? How many times have you heard of any militant group in igboland or ijawland fighting with the yoruba community living in their land?. How many times please? Do you know how many times the oba of lagos has stopped igbos warring with OPC?

5. Can you explain to us where and when Yorubas stick their neck out to protect others?

6. Who said Nollywood? I never knew that tribalism and racism can also be shown in selecting movies. Nollywood movies sell better largely because of language barriers. How many yorubas watch igbo language movies subtitled in english?. How many of you watch French movies regularly that are subtitled in english?

7. Yoruba may be more liberal when it comes to religion and marriage and that may be the only one I will agree with but that doesn't make them the friendlist ethnic group in Nigeria. I know that majority of these women writing imaginations from their head here stay abroad and view Nigeria from Nairaland. Read news and don't be too affectionate about something. It's your dire desire to paint the hausa tribe black that made you make a fool out of yourself.

Even the eminent tribalist here, tpia wouldn't make this stupid assumption about the yorubas.
while im not getting involved in the whole tribal demagogue,i saw this and had to correct some flawed cooments on there

1.the reason why yoruba landlords dont like giving people of igbo tribe their houses or discouraging them by charging extra is because ALLEDGEDLY they never want to vacate the house when the time comes and will rather take the landlord/landlady to court and stay in the house free, i.e they become arrogant and haughty and never listen to the landlord,while i dont know if this is true or not,i have witnessed 5 diffrent cases the latest is someone very very close to me a house in ikoyi with generator e.t.c and the ibo family have been living there free for the past 3years plus because he took the case to court while the landlord is losing money,at a time he was begging the man to move out with a compensation which he rejected, once word starts getting around about stuffs like that landlords/landladys tend to get nervous, remember most of these landlords are mostly in their 50 s upwards.

2.they have opc in lagos and there is bakassi in the east, pls dont tell me they r diffrent or th people doing the bad stuffs are impostors, if yorubas and hausas in lagos are in a cold war,what about ibos and hausas?

3.the alayees harass everybody no matter your tribe,so why blowing theone of ibos out of proportion,they are the son of the soil and as far as they r concerned even if you live on the mainland you are paying levy same as an ibo hausa,yoruba e.t.c

4.where exactly have yorubas kidnapped ibos?you accuse the poster of stoking up ethnic bias,yet you are here making totally wrong and inciteful statements, where and when have yorubas kidnapped ibos everywhere??

5.they stuck their necks out to help the ibos being killed in lagos during biafra,i know of 2 notable igbos who were saved by a yoruba man pat utomi and bishop mike okonkwo, i could go on and on

6.there s tribalism in nollywood and a reflection on the movies funding e.t.c go check one of the nollywood threads where this has been adressed

i dont know the friendliest tribe but i know there has to be a reason why the yoruba tribe and culture is the most practiced all round the world in cuba,ghana,brazil,america,haiti e.t.c if you know any other reason then im all ears the oshun osogbo is the most watched by foreign visitors in spite of the lack of logistics to pull it into the 21st century

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by A40(m): 3:00am On Nov 09, 2008
milknhoney:

Tribalism with Nigerians never cease to amaze me.
I am not a tribalist ooh so perhaps it is not me you should be quoting i have Yoruba,Hausa,Igbo Christian and Muslim friends
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by DisGuy: 4:26am On Nov 09, 2008
3. Friendly? How friendly are alaaye people that harass igbos and other Nigerians everyday in Lagos island?
other Nigerians will mean everyone basically

Yoruba may be more liberal when it comes to religion and marriage

I think that's enough to say they are the most friendliest then; seeing as trouble mainly start from religious intolerance

If you are liberal with regards to marriage then you are more accepting of other tribes

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by A40(m): 4:36am On Nov 09, 2008
I agree with the marriage thing though Yoruba's marry from other tribes than Igbo's Hausas and Niger Deltans please note i am not a tribalist
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 8:53am On Nov 09, 2008
while I'm not getting involved in the whole tribal demagogue,i saw this and had to correct some flawed cooments on there

1.the reason why yoruba landlords don't like giving people of igbo tribe their houses or discouraging them by charging extra is because ALLEDGEDLY they never want to vacate the house when the time comes and will rather take the landlord/landlady to court and stay in the house free, i.e they become arrogant and haughty and never listen to the landlord,while i don't know if this is true or not,i have witnessed 5 diffrent cases the latest is someone very very close to me a house in ikoyi with generator e.t.c and the ibo family have been living there free for the past 3years plus because he took the case to court while the landlord is losing money,at a time he was begging the man to move out with a compensation which he rejected, once word starts getting around about stuffs like that landlords/landladys tend to get nervous, remember most of these landlords are mostly in their 50 s upwards.

What has their age got to do with that?. Are you telling me that all the yorubas pay their house rent on time. My friend, some of them in the east do the same. How come hausa landlord in the north don't do the same to igbos or any other person irrespective of your religion?. Does it mean that igbos in the north don't take them to court?It's a lame Nigerian law and sometimes, the landlord will be the one at fault but whatever is the case, why should you judge a whole ethnic group based on that?. As a matter of fact I know a yoruba old man that rents his homes in lagos only to igbos and his son told me that it's because he claims that igbos always pay their rent on time and it's assured but the yoruba tenants come with ejoor and following long story at the end of the month. Will you as a yoruba man or an educated man agree with that man's mentality in this modern world? I thank God you acknowledged that I am saying the truth even though you as a yoruba man have not witnessed it before because it's a culture here for some parrots to deny things happening at home while they live in far away America or London.



2.they have opc in lagos and there is bakassi in the east, please don't tell me they r diffrent or th people doing the bad stuffs are impostors, if yorubas and hausas in lagos are in a cold war,what about ibos and hausas?

How many times have you heard Egbesu or bakassi harassing Yorubas and hausas living deep south?

3.the alayees harass everybody no matter your tribe,so why blowing theone of ibos out of proportion,they are the son of the soil and as far as they r concerned even if you live on the mainland you are paying levy same as an ibo hausa,yoruba e.t.c
Igbo traders downtown lagos get a fair share of alaayes. As a matter of fact, there was a time they go from shop to shop with dagger requesting for money and it was during the time of Bola Tinibu whom they helped to elect so his hands was tied. Some Igbo traders moved their business en masse to ogun state while the remaining ones at balogun decided to challenge the alayes to a face to face war. The war was breached by the former oba of lagos(God bless his soul).

4.where exactly have yorubas kidnapped ibos?you accuse the poster of stoking up ethnic bias,yet you are here making totally wrong and inciteful statements, where and when have yorubas kidnapped ibos everywhere??

You didn't hear it last year and two months ago in owo, ondo state?. I'll post the link for you.


5.they stuck their necks out to help the ibos being killed in lagos during biafra,i know of 2 notable igbos who were saved by a yoruba man pat utomi and bishop mike okonkwo, i could go on and on
Same way some hausas helped igbos and yorubas during the kaduna carnage. Same way some igbos helped the hausas during the reprisal attack in Asaba and onitsha. Same way some white folks did for slaves that were escaping from the south to the north during slavery in America. Same way some tutsis did for noble hutsi families and so on. That is a general human characteristics and attributing it to yorubas alone made it look like others are cannibals that can never do the same thing for others. May I remind you that there has never been a post war event in Igbo land where Yorubas are massacred so we don't have a true test of that factor yet and we don't pray for a situation to arise that will require yorubas living in our homeland to seek such help.

6.there s tribalism in nollywood and a reflection on the movies funding e.t.c go check one of the nollywood threads where this has been adressed

That is not tribalism. It's called funding period. Do you know how many Igbo men and women that will wish to achieve what omotola jalade, Desmond Elliot and most big Nollywood yoruba stars have achieved? If tribalism is the watch word there, the aforementioned wouldn't have gone up in the careers. Have you asked yourself why it's usually the yorubas(98% of the time) that complain about this so called tribalism in Nollywood?. Why not Edos, Hausas etc?

i don't know the friendliest tribe but i know there has to be a reason why the yoruba tribe and culture is the most practiced all round the world in cuba,ghana,brazil,america,haiti e.t.c if you know any other reason then I'm all ears the oshun osogbo is the most watched by foreign visitors in spite of the lack of logistics to pull it into the 21st century
It was due to emigration and slavery. The yorubas in Brazil and the reast of Americas were sold as slaves to those areas en masse and their masters were not as paranoid as the American slave masters that made sure their slaves lost everything about them including their names and it worked out pretty good for them.

The truth is that Fumi created this thread because she has an agenda which is the issue of Kaduna riots but she was so anxious to discredit the north in that she wouldn't mind shooting herself in the leg in order to achieve that. There is no friendliest or most aggressive tribe in Nigeria. It's an individual thing.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 8:55am On Nov 09, 2008
Actually re: Igbo movies. The REAL ones where the language was spoken and subtitled was once HUGE in Yorubaland. I myself have many from back in the day, til you guys decided to sell out and be English strictly. I've yet to understand why they can't just have both.

and if you'd like a list of French/Korean/Italy/Brazilian/Japanese movies to watch, I can give you a list

Not everyone is as ignorant as you Aloy so stop speaking for others

Good luck and sorry to bust your bubble, there are many igbo movies in the market now but many of them are sold at Iweka road, that is where the market abound. You can keep your volumes of afghan movies to yourself but if you use your common sense at all you may ask yourself why 90% yoruba movies are consumed by only yorubas if language is not a barrier in movie business? Since yorubas always claim their movies are top notch, why are they not selling in volumes across Africa alone how much less in the west?. I can't remember a particular secesssion thread i read recently where somebody said that all this break up rumours about Nigeria only happens on NL and not in real life, in the same vein I can claim the same about the yoruba movie euphoria. Come out in the field and get real experience. Anu mpam.

by the way, Omenuko is another epic igbo language one due for release very soon. If you ask, it shall be given unto you, don't assume there are none because you see Nollywood movies and crappy yoruba movies shot with a pin hole camera in the stalls near you.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 8:58am On Nov 09, 2008
Lmao, yet with all the trash you wrote your so called fiancee is Yoruba

Is she aware that this is what you think of her and her family? Why not find a girl from a less "aggressive, kidnapping" tribe.

Yet you wonder why they don't like you.

The way you focus on my sweetheart is giving me concerns cool. Sorry, her reasoning is not skewed like yours and she doesn't enjoy reading the book of genesis according to tpia(tribalist edition fixated on igbos) and the book of exodus according to Deepzone( tribalist edition fixated on Hausas) .
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 9:12am On Nov 09, 2008

I think that's enough to say they are the most friendliest then; seeing as trouble mainly start from religious intolerance

If you are liberal with regards to marriage then you are more accepting of other tribes

Good analysis but sorry, salutation is not love. You need to check how serious Yorubas take matrimony with respect to other tribes in Nigeria before making that assumption because it is seriously flawed.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 9:13am On Nov 09, 2008
Where in Nigeria is this happening? I could have sworn alot of people in Lagos that aren't Yoruba are sometimes harrashed in that part?
I need to talk to my aunts about this. Nigeria must have changed since last time i've visited.


P.S: I don't think Yoruba's are the friendliest.
According to the comments written by them in this website; friendliest is out of the question.

Nne, don't mind them. When they tell you that Yorubas have a very big mouth, you think it's a joke?
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by sexyLeamon(f): 9:58am On Nov 09, 2008
what does tribe have to do about attitude again? undecided
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by AloyEmeka9: 10:05am On Nov 09, 2008
what does tribe have to do about attitude again?
Ask them. I just can't imagine how some people reason here. Next one will be which tribe has the biggest toilet and shits the most in Nigeria.

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Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by sexyLeamon(f): 10:10am On Nov 09, 2008
[quote author=Aloy.Emeka link=topic=193402.msg3060782#msg3060782 date=122622151 Next one will be which tribe has the biggest toilet and shits the most in Nigeria.
[quote][/quote]
ROFLMAO

Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by DeepZone: 10:15am On Nov 09, 2008
ROFLMAO
whats funny? undecided
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by DeepZone: 10:18am On Nov 09, 2008
What has their age got to do with that?. Are you telling me that all the yorubas pay their house rent on time. My friend, some of them in the east do the same.  How come hausa landlord in the north don't do the same to igbos or any other person irrespective of your religion?. Does it mean that igbos in the north don't take them to court?It's a lame Nigerian law and sometimes, the landlord will be the one at fault but whatever is the case, why should you judge a whole ethnic group based on that?. As a matter of fact I know a yoruba old man that rents his homes in lagos only to igbos and his son told me that it's because he claims that igbos always pay their rent on time and it's assured but the yoruba tenants come with ejoor and following long story at the end of the month. Will you as a yoruba man or an educated man agree with that man's mentality in this modern world? I thank God you acknowledged that I am saying the truth even though you as a yoruba man have not witnessed it before because it's a culture here for some parrots to deny things happening at home while they live in far away America or London.

oooh shut up undecided. A landlord has a right to rent to whomever he/she wishes, that is why they call them landlords. If I am one in lagos, i will never ever rent to hausas and it's my wish so don't ask me why undecided. [s]It's not as if they have money to rent a flat anywayz.[/s]
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by DeepZone: 10:20am On Nov 09, 2008
The way you focus on my sweetheart is giving me concerns  . Sorry, her reasoning is not skewed like yours and she doesn't enjoy reading the book of genesis according to tpia(tribalist edition fixated on igbos) and the book of exodus according to Deepzone( tribalist edition fixated on Hausas) .
shocked shocked
It was due to emigration and slavery. The yorubas in Brazil and the reast of Americas were sold as slaves to those areas en masse and their masters were not as paranoid as the American slave masters that made sure their slaves lost everything about them including their names and it worked out pretty good for them.

The truth is that Fumi created this thread because she has an agenda which is the issue of Kaduna riots but she was so anxious to discredit the north in that she wouldn't mind shooting herself in the leg in order to achieve that. There is no friendliest or most aggressive tribe in Nigeria. It's an individual thing.
shocked shocked
Re: Which Is The Most Friendly Tribe In Nigeria? by sexyLeamon(f): 10:22am On Nov 09, 2008
DeepZone:

whats funny? undecided
everybody have a different sense of like what sexy or funny. I guess that's why you
do not find it funny undecided

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