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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by Babaflenjor: 5:54pm On May 28, 2020
Wow like seriously
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by nasirope: 12:15pm On May 30, 2020
Look at this fellow southerners!
This is the reason why the alleged northern domination may never stop.

First, in terms of landmass, the north is more than two times bigger than the south thereby putting the north an advantaged position in terms of number of states, voters' population, representation in government etc.
Second, disunity amongst the people of the south is another big advantage for the north.

I remember that our leaders in the past realized this later in their lives but I do not know if it was too late.
For example, one of Southern Nigeria's heroes, Ojukwu preached passionately about "handshake across the Niger " in his later years.
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by OROSUNBOLB(m): 12:52pm On Sep 11, 2020


Did you read the write up at all? The Biafran soldiers thought that Ore was heavily enforced that is why they did not move beyond that bridge, if they had know that just 129 soldiers were there they would have easily overrun them and head straight for Lagos which was the target.

I laugh hard at the bold part, go and read about Major Okafor and how he completely destroyed Nigerian army second division during the war. We had a lot going against us then that is why we lost the war. If we had just a quarter of the weapons you guys had the outcome would have been different.

Which war did adekunle fight? He was busy shooting women & children within the outskirts of Biafra while the man went forward under Etuk. Do you know that Biafran forces destroyed one-third of adekunle's 3rd marine commando even before he could start operation OAU?

Obasanjo himself took a shot in the arse at some point when he had to flee battle.

Just listen to yourself ! So Col. Iluyomade should have announced to the invading Biafran Army the number of his men,tactics,strengths and weaknesses right ? I'm not in anyway surprised though, because such illogical reasonings are quite synonymous with lgbo people.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by ezenwajosh(m): 2:03pm On Sep 11, 2020
BabaO2:
I am beginning to understand, there was no war, but a greedy dissident moving train set on motion from God foresaken land was stopped and destroyed from entering the canan land of Nigeria. No wonder they will forever bitter. Same way they are still bitter that SW voted out a daft.

Just wanted to show you this comment in 2020
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by Uchek(m): 9:05pm On Jun 24
You didn't deal with Biafran solders. You dealt with Yoruba future and interest. You empowered Hausa/Fulani to enslave Yoruba ethnic nationality and her unborn generation. You have proven the fact that the average Yoruba is a SOPHISTIGATED slowpoke by focusing on Biafra instead of Northerners you humiliated nd occupied your land.


The Yoruba solders were the headache of the Biafran solders during the civil war, we dealt with them so much they were defeated on all front led by Yoruba solders.

It is understandable they hate us so much knowing the Yorubas are more tactical and efficient when it comes to action

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by gidgiddy: 9:14pm On Jun 24
Uchek:
You didn't deal with Biafran solders. You dealt with Yoruba future and interest. You empowered Hausa/Fulani to enslave Yoruba ethnic nationality and her unborn generation. You have proven the fact that the average Yoruba is a SOPHISTIGATED slowpoke by focusing on Biafra instead of Northerners you humiliated nd occupied your land.



I wonder how the Oduduwa agitators of today would feel to know that some of their fathers once fought at Ore to become slaves of the North?
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by T9ksy(m): 10:23pm On Jun 24
gidgiddy:


I wonder how the Oduduwa agitators of today would feel to know that some of their fathers once fought at Ore to become slaves of the North?


Oh, I guess you would have prefer them to fight to become slaves to Ojuiku and his ibo fake nationalists.

Am a yoruba agitator and am damn proud that my fathers fought your slippery and slimy fathers at Ore thereby truncating their covetous ambition for yorubaland.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by flokii: 10:34pm On Jun 24
O le ku ija Ore.. I will never forget that popular saying of how less than 500 gallant Yoruba soldiers withstood, decimated and chased back over 5,000 rag tag biafran soldiers marching to annex South West and Yorubaland.

Tactics over chest beating any day any time.. proudly Odua, omo karo o ji re.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by 2elliot: 10:58pm On Jun 24
BabaO2:
I am beginning to understand, there was no war, but a greedy dissident moving train set on motion from God foresaken land was stopped and destroyed from entering the canan land of Nigeria. No wonder they will forever bitter. Same way they are still bitter that SW voted out a daft.
There was no war, but a genocide. And I guess right, you are bitter and now an oduduwa shouting cretin now. Because the daft you voted out is better than the demon voted in.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by 2elliot: 11:00pm On Jun 24
flokii:
O le ku ija Ore.. I will never forget that popular saying of how less than 500 gallant Yoruba soldiers withstood, decimated and chased back over 5,000 rag tag biafran soldiers marching to annex South West and Yorubaland.

Tactics over chest beating any day any time.. proudly Odua, omo karo o ji re.
So yu counted the soldiers to be 5000, ba? And by the way, Why did your warrior lament that they did not promote him because he was Yoruba? Ofonjas never learn.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by 2elliot: 11:02pm On Jun 24
T9ksy:



Oh, I guess you would have prefer them to fight to become slaves to Ojuiku and his ibo fake nationalists.

Am a yoruba agitator and am damn proud that my fathers fought your slippery and slimy fathers at Ore thereby truncating their covetous ambition for yorubaland.
Lol. So why did he lament that they did not promote him because he is Yoruba?

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by gidgiddy: 6:33am On Jun 25
T9ksy:



Oh, I guess you would have prefer them to fight to become slaves to Ojuiku and his ibo fake nationalists.

Am a yoruba agitator and am damn proud that my fathers fought your slippery and slimy fathers at Ore thereby truncating their covetous ambition for yorubaland.

Very unfortunate that it never occurred to your people to fight to be slaves to nobody. You ate are proud not to have been a slave to the East, but very proud to have been a slave to the North

In Ore, you guys only fought to choose which slave master would have, rather than fight to be slaves to nobody
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by gidgiddy: 9:02am On Jun 25
T9ksy:



Oh, I guess you would have prefer them to fight to become slaves to Ojuiku and his ibo fake nationalists.

Am a yoruba agitator and am damn proud that my fathers fought your slippery and slimy fathers at Ore thereby truncating their covetous ambition for yorubaland.

Thats what Im saying. While Ojukwu was fighting for the right of his people to be free, your fathers were busy fighting for the right to chose which slave master. Now you can be very happy that it was the North that became your slave master and not the East, but a slave none the less grin grin grin

I bet you have an award in your house that says "we beat back Ojukwu and the East at Ore so that we could assume our role as loyal slaves of the North".

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:11am On Jun 25
Uchek:
You didn't deal with Biafran solders. You dealt with Yoruba future and interest. You empowered Hausa/Fulani to enslave Yoruba ethnic nationality and her unborn generation. You have proven the fact that the average Yoruba is a SOPHISTIGATED slowpoke by focusing on Biafra instead of Northerners you humiliated nd occupied your land.




Arindin.

Go and wail at the grave of Azikiwe who sold the South to the North just because he loved licking the ass of Fulani Tafawa Balewa.

Ode.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:13am On Jun 25
gidgiddy:


I wonder how the Oduduwa agitators of today would feel to know that some of their fathers once fought at Ore to become slaves of the North?

We feel wonderful for beating your ass silly at Ore.

Next time, open your eyes and direct your foolishness towards River Niger.

Try and count how many Igbos have died trying to achieve Biafra and you'll see that you're in no position to smirk. Rather go and mourn your dead.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:14am On Jun 25
T9ksy:



Oh, I guess you would have prefer them to fight to become slaves to Ojuiku and his ibo fake nationalists.

Am a yoruba agitator and am damn proud that my fathers fought your slippery and slimy fathers at Ore thereby truncating their covetous ambition for yorubaland.

Don't mind the ediots.

They wanted to come to Yorubaland to colonize us. It's been long these people had their eyes on Yorubaland.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:16am On Jun 25
2elliot:
There was no war, but a genocide. And I guess right, you are bitter and now an oduduwa shouting cretin now. Because the daft you voted out is better than the demon voted in.


A genocide where Biafran army was marching their troops towards Yorubaland to conquer it.

Logical thinking must be an uphill task for you guys.

Open a dictionary and learn the meaning of genocide.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:18am On Jun 25
2elliot:
So yu counted the soldiers to be 5000, ba? And by the way, Why did your warrior lament that they did not promote him because he was Yoruba? Ofonjas never learn.

Immediately after the war, the Igbos went back to resettle in the North.

Ekwueme became VP to another Fulani.

Ojukwu himself contested in the election for the presidency of a country he wanted to dismantle.

Obviously, Osus never learn.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by T9ksy(m): 9:18am On Jun 25
2elliot:
Lol. So why did he lament that they did not promote him because he is Yoruba?

You asking the wrong person, bro.
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by banom(m): 9:19am On Jun 25
one thing you should know is that all the casualties suffered by Biafran soldiers were caused by Yoruba led fronts. It is a fact that Yorubas are more tactical in war than any other tribe in Nigeria

Lwkmd. Yorubas are more tactical in war than any other tribe in Nigeria ? ....and the fulanis conquered your Ilorin and will keep it forever. ����� Continue fooling yourself.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:21am On Jun 25
gidgiddy:


Very unfortunate that it never occurred to your people to fight to be slaves to nobody. You ate are proud not to have been a slave to the East, but very proud to have been a slave to the North

In Ore, you guys only fought to choose which slave master would have, rather than fight to be slaves to nobody


Guess who's shouting marginalization today in Nigeria?

Guess who everyone is referring to as a miserable dot in a circle.

Guess who's abandoning their homeland like refugees in droves today.

Guess who's bitter that they can never be the president of Nigeria anymore.

From your conclusion, who do you think are the slaves?

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 9:22am On Jun 25
banom:


Lwkmd. Yorubas are more tactical in war than any other tribe in Nigeria ? ....and the fulanis conquered your Ilorin and will keep it forever. ����� Continue fooling yourself.


How many wars have you and your ancestors fought? List them here, let's see.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by T9ksy(m): 9:27am On Jun 25
gidgiddy:


Thats what Im saying. While Ojukwu was fighting for the right of his people to be free, your fathers were busy fighting for the right to chose which slave master. Now you can be very happy that it was the North that became your slave master and not the East, but a slave none the less grin grin grin

I bet you have an award in your house that says "we beat back Ojukwu and the East at Ore so that we could assume our role as loyal slaves of the North".


Oju-iku gave us no options when he decided that, to free his people from the monster they conceived, he had to annex our land..

No, we are happy that we ALL remains slaves to the fulanis, you guys claimed were your brothers from another woman.

Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by T9ksy(m): 9:38am On Jun 25
gidgiddy:


Very unfortunate that it never occurred to your people to fight to be slaves to nobody. You ate are proud not to have been a slave to the East, but very proud to have been a slave to the North

In Ore, you guys only fought to choose which slave master would have, rather than fight to be slaves to nobody


In the situation, you guys brought us into, we had no other option than to stop oju-iku from destroying our land in his duplicitous bid "to free his people" from their fulani kinsmen.

Oh, so you expect yorubas to fight both the north and the east, at the same time and with what? Yorubaland was under siege from the fulani govt of nigeria. At least, according to oju-iku, he had been preparing for the war for over a year and you want yorubas to go to war with 2 weeks notice?

No wonder, you guys lost 5 million souls, gratuitously whilst your courageous (sic!) warlord fled the battlefield to smash olosho in abidjan.

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by meccuno: 9:38am On Jun 25


Did you read the write up at all? The Biafran soldiers thought that Ore was heavily enforced that is why they did not move beyond that bridge, if they had know that just 129 soldiers were there they would have easily overrun them and head straight for Lagos which was the target.

I laugh hard at the bold part, go and read about Major Okafor and how he completely destroyed Nigerian army second division during the war. We had a lot going against us then that is why we lost the war. If we had just a quarter of the weapons you guys had the outcome would have been different.

Which war did adekunle fight? He was busy shooting women & children within the outskirts of Biafra while the man went forward under Etuk. Do you know that Biafran forces destroyed one-third of adekunle's 3rd marine commando even before he could start operation OAU?

Obasanjo himself took a shot in the arse at some point when he had to flee battle.
please allow them enjoy thier "Victory" grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by gidgiddy: 9:56am On Jun 25
TripleOh7:


We feel wonderful for beating your ass silly at Ore.

Next time, open your eyes and direct your foolishness towards River Niger.

Try and count how many Igbos have died trying to achieve Biafra and you'll see that you're in no position to smirk. Rather go and mourn your dead.

At Ore, you guys only fought to be slaves of the North. Today, you guys want Oduduwa Republic, you want restructuring, you want Presidency, and you cant have any of them unless the North says so

How many Yorubas have died doing 'one Nigeria'? How many died in OPC or June 12th?

At least Ojukwu declared the freedom of his people and fought for it. You guys were fighting about who would be the most loyal slave to North. The only good thing is that people like Sunday Igboho and Professor Akintoye have decided not to slaves any more and waking others up, 50 years late!
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by nku5: 9:59am On Jun 25
T9ksy:



Oh, I guess you would have prefer them to fight to become slaves to Ojuiku and his ibo fake nationalists.

Am a yoruba agitator and am damn proud that my fathers fought your slippery and slimy fathers at Ore thereby truncating their covetous ambition for yorubaland.

Oya go and chase the herdsmen that attacked igangan make we hear word
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by TripleOh7: 10:25am On Jun 25
[quote author=gidgiddy post=103071940]

At Ore, you guys only fought to be slaves of the North. Today, you guys want Oduduwa Republic, you want restructuring, you want Presidency, and you cant have any of them unless the North says so

You're just wasting your time and energy here. You sound like someone about to cry bro. Not that deep. Wipe your tears. Biafra is about to be realized inshallah. Hopefully, y'all will find the courage to leave Yorubaland back to the east.


How many Yorubas have died doing 'one Nigeria'? How many died in OPC or June 12th?


I appoint you to count the number of deaths for us.


At least Ojukwu declared the freedom of his people and fought for it.


Ehya...still can't believe you guys were abandoned by Ojukwu to your deaths? I've been wondering what could be the problem of you guys, then I realized it might be abandonment issues.


You guys were fighting about who would be the most loyal slave to North.


Guess who became the deputy to a Fulani man after the war? grin grin grin grin grin grin You guys are so funny. They trounced you in a war, then you went back to being houseboy for them.


Who's the slave now?


Keep begging the PDP maybe they'll let you have the number 2 position once more. That's what you've always been in Nigeria.


The only good thing is that people like Sunday Igboho and Professor Akintoye have decided not to slaves any more and waking others up, 50 years late!

I'm glad even you know who our leaders are. Notice how they are in Nigeria fighting for us.

Who's fighting for you lots? Where are they? In Nigeria or in the abroad?

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Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by T9ksy(m): 11:40am On Jun 25
nku5:


Oya go and chase the herdsmen that attacked igangan make we hear word


Who cares if you 're Deaf, Dumb and blind? Na your wahala be dat o
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by Oharina(m): 1:13pm On Jun 25
T9ksy:

In the situation, you guys brought us into, we had no other option than to stop oju-iku from destroying our land in his duplicitous bid "to free his people" from their fulani kinsmen.
Oh, so you expect yorubas to fight both the north and the east, at the same time and with what? Yorubaland was under siege from the fulani govt of nigeria. At least, according to oju-iku, he had been preparing for the war for over a year and you want yorubas to go to war with 2 weeks notice?
No wonder, you guys lost 5 million souls, gratuitously whilst your courageous (sic!) .
Fool, where 5 million biafrans killed soldiers? Where they not market women an children? Biafran army with little war equipment they manufactured locally attempted invading lagos and were stoped by afonja soldiers with then sophisticated fire arms purchased by the govt of gowan from uk, russia etc. With an equal firepower Afonjas dont stand a chance in war with Igbos
Re: How My Troops Stopped Biafran Soldiers At Ore —col. Iluyomade (rtd) by nku5: 4:20pm On Jun 25
T9ksy:



Who cares if you 're Deaf, Dumb and blind? Na your wahala be dat o

Dapada tongue Take all your bad belle and envy and build 4th mainland bridge with it grin grin at least make una achieve something from all the tap dancing for una masters since 1966

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