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Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by pekeyim: 1:48pm On Jan 25, 2015
There is a noticeable panic among residents of the Hausa Community in Bayelsa State following the mass exodus of northern indigenes from the state.

The leader of the Hausa Community in Bayelsa State, Alhaji Dahiru Yau Katsina, while speaking with newsmen in Yenagoa, said though they have appealed for calm among Hausa indigenes, the mass exodus is worrisome.

Alhaji Dahiru Yau Katsine, said the Hausa Community in the State had met with authorities of the Security agencies and have been assured of adequate security of lives and property during and after the elections. He said they were also cautioned against traveling which might result in accidents and loss of their properties.”

He wondered why people could still embark on these mass exit when they have been living with their host communities in harmony and peace, stressing that he called the managers of most of the Northern states transport companies over the development, but they said they were performing their duties of transportation.

Alhaji Yau who has been in Bayelsa State before its creation, averred that the Hausa community has resolved to mobilise to vote massively for the candidates of their choice devoid of ethnic or tribal sentiments in the forthcoming election, saying that whether Moslem or Christian what Nigerians want are leaders who would address the problems of the masses such as unemployment, insecurity and infrastructures so that Nigerians can live happily in any part of the country they chose to settle to do their businesses.

He disclosed, while conducting journalists round Tombia market where majority of the Hausa traders do their businesses, that due to the insurgency in some parts of the north many Hausas had fled to Bayelsa State to take refuse and eke out a living. He added that their leaving may be because of the need to go home and vote for the candidates of their choice and not for fear of any violence during the elections."


Culled from Leadership Newspapers
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http://leadership.ng/news/406395/mass-exodus-hit-hausa-communities-bayelsa

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 2:02pm On Jan 25, 2015
Its vice versa in the north too
*modified*
where are the Nairaland kids ?
i ve got candy for them :PIts

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by mployer(m): 2:02pm On Jan 25, 2015
It is expected.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by SeverusSnape(m): 2:04pm On Jan 25, 2015
They are apparently going home to vote.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by stebell(m): 2:17pm On Jan 25, 2015
This has something to do wit the meeting of Ex-Agitators in Yenagoa.

The evil one runs wen no man pursue him.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by lacasa: 2:24pm On Jan 25, 2015
That's wat u get wen rascals known as ex-militants declare war should their retardeen son lose elections.


Which he will, by the way.


#i don't blame them. Safety first.


*Sai Buhari*

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by BlackTechnology: 2:27pm On Jan 25, 2015
After hearing how their almajiris stoned GEJ , do you expect them to stay grin

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by chronique(m): 2:28pm On Jan 25, 2015
For once,they're feeling what the southerners and easterners feel when there is crisis in the north.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 2:30pm On Jan 25, 2015
lacasa:
That's wat u get wen rascals known as ex-militants declare war should their retardeen son lose elections.


Which he will, by the way.


#i don't blame them. Safety first.


*Sai Buhari*

And what do you get Jihardists, maim, bomb and kill?

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Monimatic(m): 2:50pm On Jan 25, 2015
The fear of United Niger Delta Militants is the beginning of wisdom, if violence starts in the North, expect a reaction in the Niger Delta, every body go answer him papa name.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by HzRF(m): 3:04pm On Jan 25, 2015
U see
When Asari voiced out barcanista, berem and his co-retardeen said he's blabbing saying alabos, Briggs are the real leaders

See nw.. Kano sef is witnessing such

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 3:06pm On Jan 25, 2015
chronique:
For once,they're feeling what the southerners and easterners feel when there is crisis in the north.
exactly

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by johnbuck81(m): 3:07pm On Jan 25, 2015
dear op...
which part of bayelsa is d hausa community?
under which local govt?
there is nothing like "hausa community in bayelsa state.
#lier

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by zimoni(f): 3:14pm On Jan 25, 2015
They are doing the right thing.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Descartes: 3:21pm On Jan 25, 2015
Good, nobody has mönopoly of violence cool

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 3:25pm On Jan 25, 2015
I want to appeal to the Northerners in the SS to remain calm and be assured that there is no cause for alarm. As long as they respect the laws of the land, no harm will befall them. They should disregard the rant of Dokubo, he's an empty coward. The Ijaws are never known to attack strangers in their land without provocation, we are not known to play tribalistic politics, we are not known to take up arms against non indigens because of politics. I assure everyone that the Spirit of Ijaw will never allow such violence that is alien to the Ijaw nation. There is no cause for alarm.


Quote me after the election.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Descartes: 3:36pm On Jan 25, 2015
Information getting to my desk had it that a lot of families in Southern Kaduna are relocating to Abuja cos of security threats while there is a mass exodus of the non indigenes from the state. Indeed there was a country.(Chinua Achebe of blessed memory)

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 3:50pm On Jan 25, 2015
stebell:
This has something to do wit the meeting of Ex-Agitators in Yenagoa.

The evil one runs wen no man pursue him.
Which ex-Agitators? You mean ex-political thugs. I sure do know that it is against the ethics of the Ijaw to carry assault against visitors without provocation. I assure you that no hausa or any non Ijaw will be attacked after the election in the whole of Ijawland (except local political rivals). All the noise by Asari and other thugs are empty rants

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 4:01pm On Jan 25, 2015
Also in onitsha/asaba too I wonder wetin dey pursue them? grin

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by sefe73(m): 4:01pm On Jan 25, 2015
Dey hav not started yet. We xtians go thru D same thing here in D north. No Region has monopoly of violence.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by luvmijeje(f): 4:02pm On Jan 25, 2015
Monimatic:
The fear of United Niger Delta Militants is the beginning of wisdom, if violence starts in the North, expect a reaction in the Niger Delta, every body go answer him papa name.

If violence start in the North, there will be chain reaction everywhere...... But the people who will be killed are innocent Nigerians, poor Nigerians, Nigerians who are unfortunate to be in the wrong place and all because of all these foolish politicians and your likes that are edging them on.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Horlawoomey(m): 4:12pm On Jan 25, 2015
It has never been this bad.

GEJ your days are numbered

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by asadike(f): 4:13pm On Jan 25, 2015
I want all igbos and niger deltans in d north to come down home and I advise that d hausas do d same too coz when d wahala starts no one will assure you of your safety

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 4:18pm On Jan 25, 2015
Horlawoomey:
It has never been this bad.

GEJ your days are numbered

Have you head of 1966 massacre?
The Igbo exodus from across Nigeria and then Biafra?

Biafrans were being slaughtered across Nigeria, they ran home and declared their independence from Nigeria.
Nigeria followed them home, bombed them in their homes, churches, markets, etc.

And you know what? Gowon was not blamed, but rather Ojukwu was.

Fast forward to today,
Northern Islamists who want an Islamic caliphate and forceful conversion of Nigeria to Islam (in the steps of the terrorist called Usman Dan Fodio) are bombing the North and rather than blame the bombers, you blame Jonathan!

No wonder!
Nigeria is doomed!
The end of this fraud is at hand, if not now, later.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 4:18pm On Jan 25, 2015
lacasa:
That's wat u get wen rascals known as ex-militants declare war should their retardeen son lose elections.


Which he will, by the way.


#i don't blame them. Safety first.


*Sai Buhari*
..They ar goin home because dey ar ready 2 die 4 dia recruited almajiri GMB who is goin 2 loose election come failedbuhari 2015 has asked them 2 come n help him kill himself. GEJ TILL GMB DENOUNCE TERRORISM..IF U AR AN IDIOT OR BRAINWASHED ALMAJIRI , U CAN COMMENT OR DISLIKE THIS POST...

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by datguru: 4:23pm On Jan 25, 2015
Sorry for them. Their boko haram brother will send his boys after them once he looses the election

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by hazyfm1: 4:23pm On Jan 25, 2015
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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by Nobody: 4:23pm On Jan 25, 2015
the handwriting is on the wall. But if the I jaws do anything that is not lawful, I promise you that they would be annihilated.

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by omoadeleye(m): 4:24pm On Jan 25, 2015
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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by patriotic007: 4:24pm On Jan 25, 2015
THE WICKED RUN WHEN NOTHING IS PURSUING THEM...MTCHEW

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Re: Mass Exodus Hits Hausa (northern) Community In Bayelsa State by vision2050: 4:24pm On Jan 25, 2015
^ shut up!
asaro tokunbo is pursuing them. he had threaten hell and brimstone if his kinsmen lose the election. so safety first but I pity the indigbo in the north.

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