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|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by SOUNDKING: 4:35pm On Sep 01, 2015|
Kastonkastroll:i have seen that foolishness is common amongs the animals of the zoo,does he board danfo from London? Have you asked your self that simple question.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by zimoni(f): 4:37pm On Sep 01, 2015|
What is the rant all about?
Could you explain further?
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by SOUNDKING: 4:37pm On Sep 01, 2015|
Kastonkastroll:they only laugh in your foolish imaginations.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by Kastonkastroll(m): 4:58pm On Sep 01, 2015|
c33b33:sharap you demented fool. If you are educated as you want us to believe, you won't be cheering a psycho that calls himself your phucking emancipator, a person who is resident in england and will be ordering you pathetic zombies to carry arms and rebel against your state. You guys are unbelievable.
Anyway I don't have the time to waste in debating with a biafran zombie like you who knows next to nothing.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by Nobody: 4:59pm On Sep 01, 2015|
Kastonkastroll:really? Inter-tribal yoruba wars is what u re using to compare the 30 month civil war? Igbos versus the whole nigeria, mind u even the present day south south where against us in that war. You yorubas are really cowards na mouth una get
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by Nobody: 5:11pm On Sep 01, 2015|
Kastonkastroll:you just confirmed what he said, u guys are cowards hiding under the umbrella of nigeria. As if ur so called adekunle did it on his own without the support of nigeria and even the british.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by c33b33(m): 5:15pm On Sep 01, 2015|
You don't have time or you know you are not capable of debating intelligently without venom? Lol
Anyway,the fact that you fools don't have access to him is making you all mad. Let him reside anywhere in the world,it is none of your business. The ideology is what moves us mister dim-wit but as a nigerian I will never expect you to understand that.
Your dear president Buhari ran to london to meet with Tony Blair to enable him get Cameron and Obama's help to win election. You can also ask him to seek such help to arrest and repatriate Nnamdi Kanu.
Donkey!you don't have time to debate but you are the first to hit my mention because you were too excited and couldn't comprehend a simple post.
Biafran zombie? Ok oh but you are a nigerian baboon.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by Kastonkastroll(m): 6:33pm On Sep 01, 2015|
VonBismark:France, south Africa, Tanzania and many more machineries from east Africa fought together with you biafrans. You guys always revolutionalize the 1967 Nigeria-Biafra war history and extort the truth from it. You can always tell yourselves the lies that your village square uncles have always been telling you guys.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by knowledgeable: 7:23pm On Sep 01, 2015|
[quote author=Kastonkastroll post=37564548] You guys keep on saying yorubas are cowards, yorubas are this and that. but even the 1967 Nigeria- Biafra civil war, a gallant Yoruba warlord was the person that chased your cowardly gburugburu1 to Abidjan. General adekunle the black scorpion single-handledly end all your biafra gragra. You people are good in chest beating and issuing useless ultimatums, yesterday three of your Biafra soldiers were shot by the Nigeria policemen, tell me again, what action have you cowardly ibo people taken?
All your wars start and ends on social medias, that's why nobody takes you folks serious .[/quote
My friend, do it standing alone, that's what he meant.
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by AAinEqGuinea: 7:43pm On Sep 01, 2015|
"give a man a gun and he becomes more of a coward"
Nnamdi speaking on the killing of unarmed civilians by paramilitary police
|Re: What Happened To Radio Biafra? by knowledgeable: 7:52pm On Sep 01, 2015|
.....I can swear, buy anything, that there is something about Igbos to the yorubas, that have made them to throw away rational and critical thinking when dealing with Nigerian issues. These issues that have kept Nigeria still born, yorubas lack rational, critical and analytical in depth approach towards them because of some vortex forces from Ind Igbo.
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