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IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Nobody: 7:58am On Sep 14, 2015
[b]There is a popular saying that to keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done. We need ourselves more than ever. There is strenght in our diversity and if properly utilized we can build a stronger Nigeria. The Igbos really need to drop this idea of Biafra because it is dead on arrival. Secession is not the solution to the high poverty rate in the south east neither will it eliminate greedy politicians who have refused to let the SE thrive. The igbos need to look inward and look for ways they can develop their region within the Nigerian context. We the Yorubas are not bothered about breaking away. We worked so hard to develop Lagos and the South west so everyone can thrive and this is why the igbos and other tribes keeps flocking to the SW to tap from the potentials and opportunities Yoruba land has to offer. This is the kind of mentality the Igbos need to develop. South sudan broke away from sudan and still nothing has changed because they remain poor and depend on aids to survive. The igbos need to work together with every section of Nigeria so they can be relevant in the Nigerian system instead of calling we the Yoruba's slaves to Hausa-fulani. The igbos are the real slaves here because they are the ones in bondage and yearning for freedom.The igbos should remember the last civil war and never allow Nnamdi Kanu to lure them into another blood bath. Biafra is a dream that cant be realized. We will support the Hausa-Fulanis to resist any form of secession. We will defend the unity of One Nigeria just like we did in the late 60's. A word is enough for the wise.


SAY NO TO BIAFRA

GOD BLESS OUR UNITED NIGERIA.[/b]

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Gombs(m): 7:59am On Sep 14, 2015
How can you be a goat, and be useless at the same time?

Choose a struggle na! grin

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Nobody: 8:02am On Sep 14, 2015
Gombs:
How can you be a goat, and be useless at the same time?

Choose a struggle na! grin

Everyone knows u are a troll in the religion section. I dont engage low lives. undecided

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by White007(m): 8:02am On Sep 14, 2015
People of south-East wants Biafra
south-south wants resource control
middlebelt wants to carve their own seperate identity
Hausa-Fulanis wants constant political power and domination over others in one Nigeria.
The big question is,what does the yorubas really want?

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by 48noble(m): 8:04am On Sep 14, 2015
Ur moniker fits ur topic...useless
Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Nobody: 8:07am On Sep 14, 2015
White007:
People of south-East wants Biafra
south-south wants resource control
middlebelt wants to carve their own seperate identity
Hausa-Fulanis wants constant political power and domination over others in one Nigeria.
The big question is,what does the yorubas really want?


We want to keep Nigeria one

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by yorubatic: 8:17am On Sep 14, 2015
uselessgoat:



We want to keep Nigeria one
You can keep your nigeria one, but not with biafrans and my odua republic ...you are unprogresthives goat..fetish clowns and diabolical cowards. ..I detest your kind

Odu'a republic loading

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Gombs(m): 8:18am On Sep 14, 2015
uselessgoat:


Everyone uselessgoat knows u are a troll in the religion section. I dont engage low lives. undecided

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by chosen04(f): 8:29am On Sep 14, 2015
uselessgoat:



We want to keep Nigeria one
You. And who wants to keep the cursed entity called niGERia one?

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by MrkenOkonkwo(m): 8:41am On Sep 14, 2015
why is my Igbo people so cunny?
why do we squeeze ourself inside young shall grow bus and run to Yoruba land for survival??
dalu o

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by freez2ryme(m): 8:59am On Sep 14, 2015
So People can be dis lame?


So if dey ask u who developed d SW u will say d yorubas.

Re u dis dumb?


Point of correction, SE is not poverty stricken,

with d little 20 pounds d ZOO gave us we were able to Reconstruct our land after d Civil hence d disappearance of brown roofs

Today we can pride ourselves in Nigeria as a region with high standard of livelihood despite d absence of federal support.


Please tell me one thing apart from the Geographical location of Lagos

What did d Yorubas did dat made Lagos what it is today?

Just one.

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Nobody: 9:24am On Sep 14, 2015
What can i say, op is a goat and at the same time useless, nawa oo so person no fe chop,as i they struggle chop this post

Useless goat better go to ur mother and tell her to lift up the curses she has laid on u in the name of scolding so u go dey useful in life
I wish u a usefulgoat in the future so person go see how he go chop u and ur post

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by beland15: 9:52am On Sep 14, 2015
uselessgoat:
[b]There is a popular saying that to keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done. We need ourselves more than ever. There is strenght in our diversity and if properly utilized we can build a stronger Nigeria. The Igbos really need to drop this idea of Biafra because it is dead on arrival. Secession is not the solution to the high poverty rate in the south east neither will it eliminate greedy politicians who have refused to let the SE thrive. The igbos need to look inward and look for ways they can develop their region within the Nigerian context. We the Yorubas are not bothered about breaking away. We worked so hard to develop Lagos and the South west so everyone can thrive and this is why the igbos and other tribes keeps flocking to the SW to tap from the potentials and opportunities Yoruba land has to offer. This is the kind of mentality the Igbos need to develop. South sudan broke away from sudan and still nothing has changed because they remain poor and depend on aids to survive. The igbos need to work together with every section of Nigeria so they can be relevant in the Nigerian system instead of calling we the Yoruba's slaves to Hausa-fulani. The igbos are the real slaves here because they are the ones in bondage and yearning for freedom.The igbos should remember the last civil war and never allow Nnamdi Kanu to lure them into another blood bath. Biafra is a dream that cant be realized. We will support the Hausa-Fulanis to resist any form of secession. We will defend the unity of One Nigeria just like we did in the late 60's. A word is enough for the wise.


SAY NO TO BIAFRA

GOD BLESS OUR UNITED NIGERIA.[/b]

U are on yo own
Referendum or tanks
SE,SS some MB are returning to BIAFRA
#saynotonizooria
Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by beland15: 9:54am On Sep 14, 2015
uselessgoat:
[b]There is a popular saying that to keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done. We need ourselves more than ever. There is strenght in our diversity and if properly utilized we can build a stronger Nigeria. The Igbos really need to drop this idea of Biafra because it is dead on arrival. Secession is not the solution to the high poverty rate in the south east neither will it eliminate greedy politicians who have refused to let the SE thrive. The igbos need to look inward and look for ways they can develop their region within the Nigerian context. We the Yorubas are not bothered about breaking away. We worked so hard to develop Lagos and the South west so everyone can thrive and this is why the igbos and other tribes keeps flocking to the SW to tap from the potentials and opportunities Yoruba land has to offer. This is the kind of mentality the Igbos need to develop. South sudan broke away from sudan and still nothing has changed because they remain poor and depend on aids to survive. The igbos need to work together with every section of Nigeria so they can be relevant in the Nigerian system instead of calling we the Yoruba's slaves to Hausa-fulani. The igbos are the real slaves here because they are the ones in bondage and yearning for freedom.The igbos should remember the last civil war and never allow Nnamdi Kanu to lure them into another blood bath. Biafra is a dream that cant be realized. We will support the Hausa-Fulanis to resist any form of secession. We will defend the unity of One Nigeria just like we did in the late 60's. A word is enough for the wise.


SAY NO TO BIAFRA

GOD BLESS OUR UNITED NIGERIA.[/b]

U are on yo own.
Referendum or tanks
SE,SS some MB are returning to BIAFRA
#saynotonizooria
Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by zendy: 10:15am On Sep 14, 2015
uselessgoat:
[b]There is a popular saying that to keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done. We need ourselves more than ever. There is strenght in our diversity and if properly utilized we can build a stronger Nigeria. The Igbos really need to drop this idea of Biafra because it is dead on arrival. Secession is not the solution to the high poverty rate in the south east neither will it eliminate greedy politicians who have refused to let the SE thrive. The igbos need to look inward and look for ways they can develop their region within the Nigerian context. We the Yorubas are not bothered about breaking away. We worked so hard to develop Lagos and the South west so everyone can thrive and this is why the igbos and other tribes keeps flocking to the SW to tap from the potentials and opportunities Yoruba land has to offer. This is the kind of mentality the Igbos need to develop. South sudan broke away from sudan and still nothing has changed because they remain poor and depend on aids to survive. The igbos need to work together with every section of Nigeria so they can be relevant in the Nigerian system instead of calling we the Yoruba's slaves to Hausa-fulani. The igbos are the real slaves here because they are the ones in bondage and yearning for freedom.The igbos should remember the last civil war and never allow Nnamdi Kanu to lure them into another blood bath. Biafra is a dream that cant be realized. We will support the Hausa-Fulanis to resist any form of secession. We will defend the unity of One Nigeria just like we did in the late 60's. A word is enough for the wise.


SAY NO TO BIAFRA

GOD BLESS OUR UNITED NIGERIA.[/b]



What is Nigeria?
An illegal amalgamation of unconsenting ethnic groups?

An artificial creation of the white man?


A forced marriage?

A business organisation set up by Lugard to make money?

A highly derogative term invented by Lords Lugards girlfriend after she heard about the river Niger?


Take your pick in the above. Nigeria is an illegal entity that has no shred of legitimacy. A country is only gotten by the direct permission of the indigenous native people, not by force. It is the God given right of Igbos to decide what they are, Biafrans or Nigerians. It is not for Lugard or Yorubas or Hausas to tell us who we are. 200 years ago, all these people didn't even know each other, now they shout 'one Nigeria' because Lord Lugard came from Britain to tell them it should be that way. Nigeria is a fraud, Nigeria is a forced marriage, Nigeria in its self is an act of illegality.

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by yorubatic: 10:39am On Sep 14, 2015
We yorubas are rather the true slaves in Nigeria. .. we are the willing tools as the Hausa / Fulani called us...

I rather liken the igbos as brave people who have stand their feet in spite the great opposition again them. Or on worst account you can liken them as an opposition against Nigeria. ..

Yorubas are the willing tools. .the real slaves. .. our hausa fulanis overlord calls us, slaves (willing tools)
Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by MrkenOkonkwo(m): 11:14am On Sep 14, 2015
yorubatic:
We yorubas are rather the true slaves in Nigeria. .. we are the willing tools as the Hausa / Fulani called us...

I rather liken the igbos as brave people who have stand their feet in spite the great opposition again them. Or on worst account you can liken them as an opposition against Nigeria. ..

Yorubas are the willing tools. .the real slaves. .. o
ur hausa fulanis overlord calls us, slaves (willing tools)





no! we igbos are not just slaves, we are also coward and foolish.
I will never forgive this man.

Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by OPCNAIRALAND: 12:17pm On Sep 14, 2015
White007:
People of south-East wants Biafra
south-south wants resource control
middlebelt wants to carve their own seperate identity
Hausa-Fulanis wants constant political power and domination over others in one Nigeria.
The big question is,what does the yorubas really want?

Yorubas got most of what they want already and is called self-driven progress. What is left is regionalism.
Through dialogue and negotiations and alliance we are making headway. We didn't accomplish and become the most progressive in Nigeria through a war and by God's Grace regionalism will come without a bloodbath.
Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by OPCNAIRALAND: 1:07pm On Sep 14, 2015
yorubatic:
We yorubas are rather the true slaves in Nigeria. .. we are the willing tools as the Hausa / Fulani called us...

I rather liken the igbos as brave people who have stand their feet in spite the great opposition again them. Or on worst account you can liken them as an opposition against Nigeria. ..

Yorubas are the willing tools. .the real slaves. .. our hausa fulanis overlord calls us, slaves (willing tools)

You want to know Hausa slave? See picture of Ibo Christian in Hausa turban. This was in North....slaughter ground of Ibo since 1947.

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Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by Nobody: 1:11pm On Sep 14, 2015
"And let me tell you that in the event of the breakup of this country, Ilorin and Offa will remain 100 % Northern Nigeria and not one inch of land will be ceded to yorubas".- Junaid Mohammed.
http://nigeriavillagesquare.com/forum/main-square/69271-north-ready-nigeria-s-breakup-if-junaid-muhammed.html

The same Fulani herdsmen have been hunting Yorubas for sport for decades, and they don't even consider Yoruba Muslims as equals but inferior beings! And fellow beings like you dare not counter, vent your anger or even put up such scrap as you posted above about them! Indeed Yorubas have always maintained a deafening silence. It's so pathetic that Yorubas would instead look for the Igbos to accuse!

Outlined below are the indisputable cases of Yoruba Slavery.

1* Afonja betrayed his Yaribanza people and sold them as perpetual slaves to the Fulani; Ilorin still remains an Islamic caliphate till date.

2* Justice Sowemimo, a Yoruba judge was used by the Hausa-Fulani slave masters to send Chief Awolowo to jail.

3* Chief Awolowo was an unyielding advocate of true federalism but suddenly changed as soon as he was appointed the Minister of local Government and Finance and succeeded in enslaving the Yoruba race .

4* General Oladipo Diya, a Yoruba man was used by his Hausa-Fulani slave masters to batter NADECO, Afenifere, Odua Movement and other Yoruba struggle groups.

5* Yoruba Obas collected bribe from their Hausa-Fulani slave masters instead of fighting for the unjust murder of their "beloved son" MKO Abiola as confessed by Oba Akiolu.

6* The same MKO Abiola financed the coup that sacked his brother Ernest Shonekan and brought in his slave master General Abacha - an Hausa-Fulani to power. 

7* MKO Abiola and other Yoruba elders even went to Dodan Barracks to submit themselves as perpetual slaves to General Sani Abacha for overthrowing their brother. It's so pathetic!

8* A small boy Yakubu Gowon used Pa Awolowo as slave to cling on to power against Southern interest.

9* Slavish cum coward coup plotters - Oladipo Diya, Abdulkarim Adisa

Oladipo Diya - the greatest general in the history of Yoruba peole, knelt, wept and begged Abacha for his miserable life:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8VM9hZMYZ0


Yorubas are not only treacherous but always at the servitude of the Northerners which is very worrisome.

dejavski:
Am ilaje and I support BIAFRA... though in a peaceful manner.
I have come to realise that most yorubas are really scared of secession but they won't admit it

Quote me anywhere
tunjion:
The truth is we yorubas should stop opening thread to speak for south south minority.

Biafra from wat i read is not by force. Igbos in Edo such as the igbanke and Ika are Biafrans without doubt.

Other Edo ethnic group might even be rejected by Biafra. Some will end up applying to join.

Sentiment aside, they might feel Hausa and Yoruba will dominate them if they remain in Nigeria

WombRaiders:
"Trust a Yoruba man at your own peril" - Judas Iscariot, 001BC
WombRaiders:
"Fear Yoruba, for they lie pass me" - Lucifer, creation 00
WombRaiders:
"Yorubas are our slaves" - Uthman Dan Fodio, 1823
WombRaiders:
"Yorubads are the problem with Nigeria" - Amir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, 1998
Re: IGBOS ARE THE REAL SLAVES IN NIGERIA by dejavski(m): 2:13pm On Sep 14, 2015
xtrorse:
"And let me tell you that in the event of the breakup of this country, Ilorin and Offa will remain 100 % Northern Nigeria and not one inch of land will be ceded to yorubas".- Junaid Mohammed.
http://nigeriavillagesquare.com/forum/main-square/69271-north-ready-nigeria-s-breakup-if-junaid-muhammed.html

The same Fulani herdsmen have been hunting Yorubas for sport for decades, and they don't even consider Yoruba Muslims as equals but inferior beings! And fellow beings like you dare not counter, vent your anger or even put up such scrap as you posted above about them! Indeed Yorubas have always maintained a deafening silence. It's so pathetic that Yorubas would instead look for the Igbos to accuse!

Outlined below are the indisputable cases of Yoruba Slavery.

1* Afonja betrayed his Yaribanza people and sold them as perpetual slaves to the Fulani; Ilorin still remains an Islamic caliphate till date.

2* Justice Sowemimo, a Yoruba judge was used by the Hausa-Fulani slave masters to send Chief Awolowo to jail.

3* Chief Awolowo was an unyielding advocate of true federalism but suddenly changed as soon as he was appointed the Minister of local Government and Finance and succeeded in enslaving the Yoruba race .

4* General Oladipo Diya, a Yoruba man was used by his Hausa-Fulani slave masters to batter NADECO, Afenifere, Odua Movement and other Yoruba struggle groups.

5* Yoruba Obas collected bribe from their Hausa-Fulani slave masters instead of fighting for the unjust murder of their "beloved son" MKO Abiola as confessed by Oba Akiolu.

6* The same MKO Abiola financed the coup that sacked his brother Ernest Shonekan and brought in his slave master General Abacha - an Hausa-Fulani to power. 

7* MKO Abiola and other Yoruba elders even went to Dodan Barracks to submit themselves as perpetual slaves to General Sani Abacha for overthrowing their brother. It's so pathetic!

8* A small boy Yakubu Gowon used Pa Awolowo as slave to cling on to power against Southern interest.

9* Slavish cum coward coup plotters - Oladipo Diya, Abdulkarim Adisa

Oladipo Diya - the greatest general in the history of Yoruba peole, knelt, wept and begged Abacha for his miserable life:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8VM9hZMYZ0


Yorubas are not only treacherous but always at the servitude of the Northerners which is very worrisome.









That is left to the yorubas to do what they think is right.. none of our(the ilajes) business down south.

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