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Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Tosin7(f): 10:15am On Oct 26, 2014
The Convener of the Coalition of Northern Politicians, Academics, Professionals and Businessmen, and delegate representing Kano state at the just concluded National Conference, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, has spoken out about his hatred for people from Nigeria’s South East, a region populated by Igbos.

Dr Mohammed who was speaking recently with newsmen about issues in the country could not help but make it clear that he believes the Igbos constitute a problem in the country and he challenged anyone who disagrees with him to “go to hell”

Answering questions on his recent arrest by the Department of State Security after some allegedly inciting comments from him, Mohammed said he was arrested because the Director of Operations of the DSS was an Igbo man.


“The order for my arrest came directly from the Director of Operations, an Igbo man. Apparently, he does not like anyone who says anything uncomplimentary about Igbo people and their greed. I think he was particularly very unhappy because I said Igbo have taken charge of the economy and that they have also grabbed most of the land especially for estates in Abuja where they don’t have any historical claims or any other logical claim to even one square foot of land,” he said.

Speaking further, Junaid Mohammed described the Igbos as a shameless ethnic group with “greed, selfishness and contempt for other ethnic groups”

“If saying about 42 per cent of the key positions in the economic sector of Nigeria is dominated by Igbo, if that is what they call tribalism, then I stand by that tribalistic statement because these are verifiable facts and whenever I made that statement, I mentioned names and positions and institutions.

“For example, I said the most powerful person in this country is the Minister of Finance who is in fact, the de facto Prime Minister. What it means is that she is the de facto head of government. For a person who was not elected and the legitimacy of the government that appointed her still in doubt, anybody who thinks saying this is being tribalistic, so be it. They can burn to ashes and go to hell.


“Two, I said the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria is also an Igbo person, next I said the DG, Nigerian Economic Summit Group is an Igbo man, the DG, Sovereign Wealth Fund, is also an Igbo person, the DG, Securities and Exchange Commission is also an Igbo person, the DG, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria is also an Igbo person, other ministries which are very critical to the running of the economy like aviation, are also in the hands of Igbo people. So, what are we talking about?

“Igbo remains one ethnic group in Nigeria that is so devoid of any shame to show their greed, selfishness and contempt for other ethnic groups. I said and I will still say that the first time Igbo officers staged a coup and assassinated wholesale the political leaders of most other ethnic groups was when we had General Aguiyi Ironsi as the Supreme Commander of the Nigerian Armed Forces. He was involved in the coup where the entire political leadership, the military and economic leadership of other regions especially the North was decapitated under him and he was from Umuahia.

“The next time we had another Igbo man as Chief of Army Staff was at the height of the Boko Haram insurgency and that man was (Azubuike) Ihejirika, who also comes from the same Abia State, from the same Umuahia. So, if this is what they use to call me a tribalist, then they can go to hell,” Mohammed said.

http://abusidiqu.com/igbos-shameless-ethnic-group-greed-selfishness-junaid-muhammed/

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Tosin7(f): 10:17am On Oct 26, 2014
if igbos got to those positions by merit then it is a welcome development. i am sure it was by merit they got there because their output is clear like night and day. let us put merit ahead of mediocrity in this country if we wish to succeed as a nation.

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by obainojazz(m): 10:20am On Oct 26, 2014
Another frustrated poor Hausa man on the loose

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by slimthugchimee(m): 10:24am On Oct 26, 2014
Frustration see what you did to this man

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by clean2: 10:26am On Oct 26, 2014
Repent now of your sinful evil ways to avoid spending your eternity in hell fire,,,,Jesus christ love and warn you to repent and convert to christianity now to avoid hell fire when you die

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by warrior01: 10:27am On Oct 26, 2014
Shebi, them want one Nigeria, then, they should be prepared for it. Igbos believe so much in merit and competition and anyone that feels otherwise should go and hug a wet transformer. Nigeria was raped and brutalized by these same elements of destruction especially from the northern part of the country. They believe so much in welfarist policies with little or no results. I don't pray we go back that route again if this country must develop.

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by gramci: 10:32am On Oct 26, 2014
Another stupid Abok1

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Nobody: 10:32am On Oct 26, 2014
When Alhaji Aliko Dangote is Nigeria's undisputed monopoly and the richest black man walking the earth?

The only man in real control of Nigeria economy is Dangote.

Sir Louis Ojukwu used to be an elite industrialist but right now and after the civil war we have nobody in that class.

So yes Igbos have not hijacked nothing

Dangote is the one who has hijacked the economy!

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by ak47mann(m): 10:35am On Oct 26, 2014
And this is the same thing that started Biafran war these people will never learn cool

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by neuljosh(m): 10:38am On Oct 26, 2014
Who is Junaid Muhammed and how did his mieopic way of reasoning make the news? Keep hating while the igbos colonies your entire lineage.

Mallam Muhammad come and shine my shoes and leave the Economy to those who are qualified

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Rich4god(m): 10:42am On Oct 26, 2014
With this type of mindset possessed by some of our high classed politicians, how then can we grow as a country...

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by soma042(m): 10:42am On Oct 26, 2014
Wowwwwwww
So proud to be IBGO

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Nobody: 10:46am On Oct 26, 2014
Slaves come and defend your masters.


"Anti-Igbo sentiments is not a means of transportation because it will take you nowhere"

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Ikwokrikwo: 10:47am On Oct 26, 2014

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by shizzleStar: 10:51am On Oct 26, 2014
what a bitter, miserable and frustrated man. When people get to positions of authority through hard work and merit, others who are lazy leeches and illiterates will be hating on them for the heights and level of success they have attained.

Case study: he says igbos have grabbed most of the lands in abuja, ok. Quick question for the child of satan: did igbos steal the land or they bought them with their money? did igbos forcefully take these lands from their owners or they legally acquired them?...these are questions i bet this FOOLISH blabbing iddiott will be very ashamed to answer.

Junaid muhamadman or whatever your nonsense name is..may you rot in the deepest part of hell and to hell with you and whatever you represent. cool

Waiting for your perpetual servants from the waste to come and corroborate the garbage you jut spewed

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by feminancy(m): 10:52am On Oct 26, 2014
APC mentality if you ask me, how can this set of people rule this country with this kind of ideology. Your hating someone because he bought an estate with his hard earned money.....
Ooooooo gush this is hight of stupidity
I'm out here

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by gtrust: 10:54am On Oct 26, 2014
Abuja Land Matter:

IBB was begging Nigerians to come help develop Abuja!

The original Abuja Land Owners were the Gbagis and Gwaris!
The Ibos endured the sold and resold, allocated and reallocated, sold and confiscated, they reclaimed sold land under "Abuja Master Plan" mafia or "building on the sewage line" nonsense!

The truth is: ONLY THE IBOS BELIEVED IN ABUJA!!!

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by warrior01: 10:55am On Oct 26, 2014
In this interview with JOHN ALECHENU, a Kano State delegate to the just concluded National Conference and convener of the Coalition of Northern Politicians, Academics, Professionals and Businessmen, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, speaks about his brush with the law and other sundry national issues. Excerpts
You were once arrested by the State Security Service for a statement you made which it considered inciting. What do you make of your arrest?
It was true I was invited. That was the word they used. I was invited by the SSS to present myself at their Kano State office which is about one and half kilometres from my residence. Before I arrived Kano from Abuja, there were some shadowy characters who were following me. The order for my arrest came directly from the Director of Operations, an Igbo man. Apparently, he does not like anyone who says anything uncomplimentary about Igbo people and their greed. I think he was particularly very unhappy because I said Igbo have taken charge of the economy and that they have also grabbed most of the land especially for estates in Abuja; where they don’t have any historical claims or any other logical claim to even one square foot of land in Abuja. He was also unhappy because I said what was taken out of the North and converted into a national land holding is about two and half times the size of Lagos. I don’t see any Nigerian ethnic group, zone or region that could be prepared to cede that kind of virgin land in addition to the valuable mineral which is under the land. When I got there, some small boys started asking questions which I answered. I spent about half an hour and somehow; because of the many calls that were coming into my telephone from a number of media people and civil society groups, I think somehow they got a bit jittery and allowed me to go. That was what happened. I believe what was done was deliberate and it had the blessing of people in government at the highest level and those in the security services. It was done primarily with a lot of ethnic bias. I am aware that long before now, SSS had tried to get me arrested months before what happened. They even took my name to the office of the NSA and other people trying to frame me up for things I didn’t do because they said I was unhelpful and that I am a threat to the government of Goodluck Jonathan; I wish I were. Every patriotic Nigerian must do what he or she can do legally to constitute a threat to this government. This is the most irresponsible, most corrupt and the most incompetent government in the history of Nigeria. These are people who are not only tribalistic; they are also sectarian and they are very clannish. Their greed and stupidity is unprecedented in the history of Nigeria.
But people say you’re chronically tribalistic going by your statements on national issues.

I want them to tell me what makes me tribalistic, let them mention the statements they are referring to. If saying about 42 per cent of the key positions in the economic sector of Nigeria is dominated by Igbo, if that is what they call tribalism, then I stand by that tribalistic statement because these are verifiable facts and whenever I made that statement, I mentioned names and positions and institutions. For example, I said the most powerful person in this country is the Minister of Finance who
is in fact, the de facto Prime Minister. What it means is that she is the de facto head of government. For a person who was not elected and the legitimacy of the government that appointed her still in doubt, anybody who thinks saying this is being tribalistic, so be it. They can burn to ashes and go to hell. Two,
I said the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria is also an Igbo person, next I said the DG, Nigerian Economic Summit Group is an Igbo man, the DG, Sovereign Wealth Fund, is also an Igbo person, the DG, Securities and Exchange Commission is also an Igbo person, the DG, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria is also an Igbo person, other ministries which are very critical to the running of the economy like aviation, are also in the hands of Igbo
people. So, what are we talking about? Igbo remains one ethnic group in Nigeria that is so devoid of any shame to show their greed, selfishness and contempt for other ethnic groups. I said and I will still say that the first time Igbo officers staged a coup and assassinated wholesale the political leaders of most other ethnic groups was when we had General Aguiyi Ironsi as the Supreme Commander of the Nigerian Armed Forces.
He was involved in the coup where the entire political leadership, the military and economic leadership of other regions especially the North was decapitated under him and he was from Umuahia. The next time we had another Igbo man as Chief of Army Staff was at the height of the Boko Haram insurgency and that man was (Azubuike) Ihejirika, who also comes from the same Abia State, from the same Umuahia. So, if this is what they use to call me a tribalist, then they can go to hell.
Are you one of those who believe Northerners are born to rule and that a Northerner should be President in 2015?
I have never said a Northerner should rule Nigeria in 2015. There was never a time in my entire political career when I said a Northerner must govern or rule Nigeria under any circumstance. I will not dignify this question with an answer. Next question.
Why did you say that President Jonathan will not win a credible election in 2015?
Because he never won any election in the past. The election which brought him to power as number two to Umaru Yar’Adua was not a credible election. The election he was alleged to have won in 2011 was not credible and I don’t believe he could win any election if anybody is to vote rationally- by this I mean, if people are to vote for a man on the basis of his performance and that performance must tally with what he promised to do, there is no way-let me tell you, we have a saying in American English ‘at the end of the day, all politics is local.’ As far as I am concerned, if he is to be voted for without recourse to ethnicity and religious bias and people are to vote for him on the basis of performance, there is no reason why any part of this country should vote for him- apart from the mercenary Igbo and of course, the Ijaw who are opportunistic,
they are the only people who will have occasion to vote for Jonathan. When I say Ijaw, I choose my words carefully because most of the people who got appointments in this government are Ijaw, not Kalabari, their cousins, not the people of Akwa Ibom whether they are Anang or Ibibio and not even the few other tribes who are not associated with Edwin Clark. None of them got anything. The Igbo are mercenaries; they are there for sale. If the devil were to come today to say, I am the devil about whom the Bible and the Quran have spoken, I am prepared to give money, the Igbo will take the money and vote for him. Quote me!
You once described President Jonathan as a bad president. Is it because he’s not a Northerner?
I knew Jonathan before most of you. I employed him and Chief Horsefall is alive. I employed him (Jonathan) as Assistant Director when I was a Federal Commissioner in OMPADEC in Port Harcourt. To be fair to President Jonathan, he has never denied me nor has he ever denied circumstances surrounding my employing him. If I hated him, why
should I be the one who was instrumental in his getting a job as Assistant Director in OMPADEC? Two,
I said he was a bad President but I never said he was a bad director of ecology because that was what I recommended and insisted he should be employed as and he was employed. I did not say he was good enough to be president but I said he was good enough to be director of ecology because he comes from an educationally disadvantaged area and that to me is important. I come from the North which is also educationally disadvantaged and I believe people who are underrepresented in such circumstances especially in the Federal Government institutions should be employed. I believe every Nigerian has a right to be given a sense of belonging and I believe one of the good aspects of a government is how inclusive it is so that every Nigerian should have a sense of belonging. I have never hated him and he himself has never said I hated him.
Some people say that you hate Igbo people, is that the case?
I have an Igbo daughter. I don’t see how I can hate
my daughter. My daughter speaks better Igbo than Hausa. Nobody can make me hate my daughter. I also have a Yoruba daughter and I have an Ijaw daughter who is doing her Master’s degree at the University of Ghana, Legon. I don’t hate Igbo but I see no reason why I should spare them when they have done more damage to the psyche, to the sovereignty and the existence of Nigeria. Some of my closest friends for life are Igbo and one of them is Uche. S.G Ikoku is someone I regard as my political mentor even more than the late Aminu Kano-as far as I am concerned, and he was an Igboman. I can tell you many more. I have never associated with other Nigerians (who are either majority or minorities) who have accused me of being a tribalist.
You have said a lot about the 1966 coup, where some northern leaders were killed. What about the killing of Igbo in the North, weren’t you bothered about that too?

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by warrior01: 10:56am On Oct 26, 2014
I have always said that tit for tat killing is not a characteristic of human beings. I have always said that an eye for an eye is not a way of running a society. If you continue an eye for an eye, at the end of the day, the world will be blind. I am not a believer in an eye for an eye and I never believed that what the Igbo did which was purely on tribal basis, politically motivated-it was also motivated by tribal hatred- was right. Even if what they did was deliberate; I believe it was deliberate. The frenzy which somehow took over the North was wrong because I believe there was a way in which that issue would have been handled differently in a much more humane and sensible manner. That is number one. Number two, when you look at what happened during and after the Igbo coup and the action of the Igbo, you don’t justify what happened, but you have to agree that the Igbo themselves contributed to the severity of what happened after their own tribal coup because I was
alive and well and I knew what the Igbo were saying afterwards. They were showing photographs of the Sardauna and saying we killed your father. I saw that, in addition and if you look at the long term consequences of the Igbo coup and the civil war afterwards, you will notice that first and foremost, the North treated the Igbo much more humanely, much more honestly and as fellow citizens than the rest of the country. My first job in government in 1968/69 was as an abandoned properties officer in Sabon Gari, Kano. At that time and up till now, Sabon Gari is one of the most developed parts of Kano metropolis. When I finished my assignment and had to leave for the Soviet Union, I handed over to another person. The sum total of what I am saying is that not a single Igboman can claim that he came back to Kano and that his house or property was alienated. Every Igboman who came back got his property back and I challenge any Igboman to tell me that he came back to Kano or any part of the North for that matter and he found that his land had been taken from him or his house or his market stall or anything of that nature. I can give you an example of a good friend of mine, Prof. ABC Nwosu who was
formerly Political Adviser to former President Olusegun Obasanjo and later Minister of Health during the first term of Obasanjo’s administration. He was the one telling me and he is alive- he said but for the houses his father left in Kano which he recovered completely when he came back, he and six of his brothers would never have gone to school. You can crosscheck this with ABC Nwosu. If I hate Igbo, he will not tell me that. He is a good friend of mine and Governor Sule Lamido; fact must be fact.
You said that Gen. Buhari is not fit to rule Nigeria again. Do you have any other Northerner in mind who will offer good leadership to Nigeria?
Where and when did I say that? I never said that.
You said that the PDP cannot win the presidential election in 2015. What will you do if the party wins?
There will be mayhem. The party cannot win a free and fair election. It is not beyond it to connive with Attahiru Jega the way they did in 2011. And if they do that, there will be mayhem.
Why do you think that Abuja should go with the North if Nigeria divides? Is Abuja not central to the country?
Abuja has been and remains central to Nigeria but it
is also central to the North. In creating Abuja, not one square foot of the other regions was incorporated into Abuja. In fact, 80 per cent of the whole land of Abuja came from Niger State. The remaining 20 per cent came from the northern states of Kaduna and a small fraction of Nasarawa when it was part of Plateau. How can you then say if Nigerians decide to go their separate ways, Abuja will remain central? I have said it before that if you draw a straight line from Abuja southwards, you will have to go over 351,000 kilometres before you reach the end of the North. That is where the border will be in case of a break-up. I invite you and the Igbo irredentists and all the historical revisionists to see what happened recently when the North and South Sudan split. The North retained Khartoum. The stretch from Khartoum to the border
is more than the distance between Abuja and Okpila. Even Okpila where you have the cement factory is originally Igbira land and if we want to reacquire it, we will re-acquire it, it is Northern land. If Nigeria was to break up, Abuja will not only remain a northern territory, it will also remain the capital of a new Nigeria. It will be unfortunate, but there is no alternative. If Nigeria were to break up tomorrow, the North with Abuja as capital will acquire all the assets and liabilities of Abuja.
Many think if President Goodluck Jonathan wins in next year’s poll, the current Boko Haram crisis will not subside. Do you share this fear?
I believe that this government is involved with Boko Haram directly and indirectly with some of the terrorists in the Niger Delta. Anybody who believes that there is a direct connection knows that this Boko Haram insurgency is not coming out of the blues; it is being financed indirectly or directly by the government. If as they tried to do during the (Peter) Odili tenure in Rivers, to encourage people to unleash violence and after the election, they abandon them, those people will take up arms and unleash terror on them. The fact is this, government is irredeemably corrupt and incompetent.
Do you think that negotiation is the key to curtailing the Boko Haram crisis in the North- East?
Who are you going to negotiate with? Modu Ali Sheriff, Asari Dokubo, Edwin Clark or the President himself who are all implicated? How do you talk about stopping armed robbery with a confirmed armed robber?
You seem not to see many good things about the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan. What is your rating of his administration?
I am sorry to say and I hope that I don’t sound too negative, I challenge anyone who has anything positive to tell me. The first responsibility of any government is the maintenance of law and order, is there law and order in Nigeria today? No. One of the first promises made by this President was that he was going to get rid of corruption, has he done that? He promised he was going to get rid of poverty, the poverty level has risen beyond belief. Tell me what he has done about infrastructure? On a daily basis, I spend more on petrol than I pay on a monthly basis for my entire NEPA bill. I live in a small bungalow, my bill has been in excess of N2,000 for the past six months, I have not paid more than that. And there is no water, no major state in Nigeria has reliable water supply. And the Igbo who have been running the ministry of aviation have taken it upon themselves to deny other airports particularly Kano Airport of commercial venture. They want to destroy the airport as a commercial venture, they have refused other airlines who had expressed interest in coming to Kano. Starting with Stella Odua and now Osita Chidoka, I challenge those who say Jonathan has performed to tell me what he has done in terms of what he claims he would do.
www.punchng.com/news/jonathan-cant-win-in-2015-because-he-never-won-any-election-in-the-past-junaid-mohammed/

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Tosin7(f): 10:57am On Oct 26, 2014
..and they said GEJ do not love the Igbos! This meritorious appointments in the corridors of the economy could not have been possible without GEJ!cheesy

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Gboliwe: 10:57am On Oct 26, 2014
Another noise-making foooool on the loose. When he gets to 72years now, he will try to sell a "one Nigeria" slogan and some other fish brains will buy and disturb the airspace.

Just like his big brother Buhari, birds of a kind. Very hateful people.

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by YungwizzzyPt7: 11:00am On Oct 26, 2014
Who is the clone?

never heard Of him?

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by warrior01: 11:02am On Oct 26, 2014
Igbos should beware and should be extremely prepared. The events of 1966 should not repeat itself. This time around,we must take the fight to their door step anyway they wants it. We are servants to none and we take our destinies in our own hands. If they are looking for slaves and servants, they know where to look.

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by vanbonattel: 11:05am On Oct 26, 2014
what these people failed to notice, was that the Igbos started to fight another civil war in this country immediately after the first one ended. They spread out into every state and secretly started buying up assets. Since Awolowo cornered all companies and sol d shares to Yorubas, igbos moved the other way and bought all available lands. Including yoruba land and lagos, which is a no mans land anyway. grin

the housas and yoruba won the civil war. But lost the ensuring peace cheesy

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by ZKOSOSO(m): 11:11am On Oct 26, 2014
gtrust:
Abuja Land Matter:

IBB was begging Nigerians to come help develop Abuja!

The original Abuja Land Owners were the Hausas and they sold and resold, allocated and reallocated, sold and confiscated, they reclaimed sold land under "Abuja Master Plan" mafia or "building on the sewage line" nonsense!

The truth is: ONLY THE IBOS BELIEVED IN ABUJA!!!
Point of correction! Abuja belong to the Gbagis or gwaris! They own it before Govt took over! Hausa fulanis are always killing their way to steal other people land!!

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by felixtare(m): 11:11am On Oct 26, 2014
frustration go kill u & also take u 6feet under

i rep naijaDelta

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Nobody: 11:13am On Oct 26, 2014
We are still pleading with Nigerians: the Amalgamation was a mistake!

Let us negotiate Nigeria now!

The man said Jonathan is behind 8oko Haram, yet he promised mayhem if Jonathan wins!

Igbos, leave the North while you have the chance!

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Surplus90(m): 11:14am On Oct 26, 2014
I dnt knw wats wrong with all these Northerners...u have rejected western education and refused to educate ur people whereas Igbos go to school like dia life depends on it...after many years of human capital investment in education u think igbos will not occupy d economy?...let me ask u one question Mr Muhammad can u preside over central Bank if the position is given to u?

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by gtrust: 11:16am On Oct 26, 2014
ZKOSOSO:

Point of correction! Abuja belong to the Gbagis or gwaris! They own it before Govt took over! Hausa fulanis are always killing their way to steal other people land!!

Thanks for that.
I will modify my post accordingly.

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by Macelliot(m): 11:21am On Oct 26, 2014
I pity all these Northerners....
Just wait and see...
The Igbo Nation to be the next 'China & Japan' of Africa.

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Re: Igbos Have Hijacked The Nigerian Economy- Junaid Muhammed by SLIDEwaxie(m): 11:22am On Oct 26, 2014
Macelliot:
I pity all these Northern Northerners....
Just wait and see...
The Igbo Nation to be the next 'China & Japan' of Africa.
see, u can never be a Japan/Germany/USA of Africa, but u sure is the china..because chinese are generally con artist and leader in inferior productions!

But china doesn't sell inferior good within their own boarders, they only sell outside.

Igbos sell even to their families..

I'll give instances:

As a building technologist, stanchions dnt come in 12 meters again but 11 meters..
Local ones are still 12meters but the imported (from china) are either 10.7 or 11 meters. The reason is:

Igbos has taken over the market and they now request for shorter length from overseas manufactures and hence, lower prices. The local ones dnt really sell again since cheaper ones can be bought. And the locals can't shorten their own length because of SON... They spoilt the market big time!

Same as electronics. Fake but cheap home theatres! U can only get the original at the accredited stores. Then they came in and start painting their shops like accredited seller again..they sell whack jobs for u as originals if u ain't lucky!

Phones!! If anybody can recollect those small nokia phones sold at N1,500 all over by our igbo brothers..those who buy them cldnt use them for 1 month. Bad service reception and bad package! Before everybody got wise, they've made their millions! The original of that phone was clearly 3.5k at slots and other accredited shops!

Electrical cable? That one full ground!! They sell fake cables as Nigerian wire cables which is the best in the world!!

Generators! Some people's got whupped, but av alwys been wise! Once, we have original copper coils..first they came with aluminium coils. They were cheap but are prone to electrical surges and low current! People avoid them. But they came out with something smarter: spraying of the aluminium coil in dark brown colours to resemble copper! And they sell either cheap, if u cld recognize it's fake, or they cld sell at normal price is u missed it!!!

They are fuckin up a lotta things!!! They think they're smart but they're nothing but con-men!

All their lies abt manufacturing things are balant lies! They only assemble their fake finished product sent from afar!!!

I won't be a victim anyways, I knw my game!

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Junaid Muhammed.....

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