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Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by vivalavida(m): 1:14pm On Sep 15, 2015
News reaching me now suggests yoruba agberos and igbos are fighting at alaba. Got a call from my mum who resides there. Seems the agberos there are trying to take over collection of levies in the market just as they are trying to do at ladipo market.
I cant really say the genesis of todays fight. So please anyone around there should please update us on what is happening.I hearrd the army is on ground but i dont know how true that is. Some of us have loved ones residing in those areas.please
Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by OZAOEKPE(m): 1:16pm On Sep 15, 2015
"Lagos is no man's land". Quote me anywhere.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Nobody: 1:17pm On Sep 15, 2015
Hnmmm stop spreading lies, the fight is between two agbero and not with igbo people

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Kuyo: 1:18pm On Sep 15, 2015
Alaba boys are chasing Yoruba Agberos they are on the run the police and army have arrived the are shooting on the air

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by ruggedboy01: 1:19pm On Sep 15, 2015
This is why we need a sea port close to our region angry

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by MrRobot: 1:20pm On Sep 15, 2015
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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by TonyeBarcanista(m): 1:20pm On Sep 15, 2015
I hope the government wade in into this crises. We can't afford another sectarian crises

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by cjrane: 1:21pm On Sep 15, 2015
Yes, let's fight it out. Some people act like they have 10 lives and can just oppress others. The doctrine from now is do me and I fight back and do you.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by omonnakoda: 1:23pm On Sep 15, 2015
ruggedboy01:
This is why we need a sea port close to our region angry
First you need the sea which you don't have. Go and quarrel with God

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by alcmene: 1:23pm On Sep 15, 2015
Hope the cowards do not flee lagos in thousands like they did when hausas in ekiti attacked them

its igbos turn to take over lagos after fulanis took the mantle of leadership in kwara

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by homosapien(m): 1:24pm On Sep 15, 2015
sdindan:
We told them the civil war will start from their domain.
Now waiting for the result
So to start ours here.



If its start in their domain, then am afraid non of you will live to tell the tales.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by EasternLionn: 1:24pm On Sep 15, 2015
omonnakoda:

First you need the sea which you don't have. Go and quarrel with God

Whatever happened to Obiaku Seaport proposition?

Silly being.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by PentiumPro(f): 1:25pm On Sep 15, 2015
omonnakoda:

First you need the sea which you don't have. Go and quarrel with God
Hahahahahahahahaha, bros you are wicked ooo cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Nobody: 1:25pm On Sep 15, 2015
TonyeBarcanista:
I hope the government wade in into this crises. We can't afford another sectarian crises
...... I really hope it is quickly curb. This is no time for ethnicity/tribalistic fight in the country. God bless Nigeria.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Alcatraz001: 1:25pm On Sep 15, 2015
I don't like war but I think its time the ibos leave Lagos for us. I keep repeating it in every fora I am privileged to attend or contribute to that the IBO's have become too relaxed and disrespectful for YORUBA comfort.

If you think most Yoruba's don't see all your insults on this board and several others then you all are deluded. Yoruba will win the war eventually.Selah.

NB: I am a christian Yoruba.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Macelliot(m): 1:26pm On Sep 15, 2015
In Northern voice, "Hahaha! Stuuupid Southerners".

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by tayebest(m): 1:26pm On Sep 15, 2015
I swear... The igbos will soon end in lagoon!

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Nobody: 1:27pm On Sep 15, 2015
alcmene:
its igbos turn to take over lagos after fulanis took the mantle of leadership in kwara
...... Lol!!!!! That drink wey you take dis afternoon too strong for you o, no near am again abeg! Igbo take over Lagos like Fulani take over Kwara, now that is Funny!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by alcmene: 1:27pm On Sep 15, 2015
Alcatraz001:
I don't like war but I think its time the ibos leave Lagos for us. I keep repeating it in every fora I am privileged to attend or contribute to that the IBO's have become too relaxed and disrespectful for YORUBA comfort.

If you think most Yoruba's don't see all your insults on this board and several others then you all are deluded. Yoruba will win the war eventually.Selah.

NB: I am a christian Yoruba.


Ask the fulanis to leave kwara first before beating your chest

cowards

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Macelliot(m): 1:27pm On Sep 15, 2015
omonnakoda:
First you need the sea which you don't have. Go and quarrel with God
The guy you quoted is a south-southerner.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by omonnakoda: 1:28pm On Sep 15, 2015
EasternLionn:


Whatever happened to Obiaku Seaport proposition?

Silly being.
Am I God ask God why he did not give you sea? Don't quarrel with me ,quarrel with God

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by dialfa: 1:28pm On Sep 15, 2015
It's time to chase these yolloba immigrants out of Lagos

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by omonnakoda: 1:28pm On Sep 15, 2015
Macelliot:

The guy you quoted is a south-southerner.
What is that?
Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Macelliot(m): 1:28pm On Sep 15, 2015
Alcatraz001:
I don't like war but I think its time the ibos leave Lagos for us. I keep repeating it in every fora I am privileged to attend or contribute to that the IBO's have become too relaxed and disrespectful for YORUBA comfort.

If you think most Yoruba's don't see all your insults on this board and several others then you all are deluded. Yoruba will win the war eventually.Selah.

NB: I am a christian Yoruba.
Start from Ilorin.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by dialfa: 1:28pm On Sep 15, 2015
omonnakoda:
Am I God ask God why he did not give you sea? Don't quarrel with me ,quarrel with God

stale

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by ruggedboy01: 1:28pm On Sep 15, 2015
omonnakoda:

First you need the sea which you don't have. Go and quarrel with God
whatever that rocks ur boat
Who cares undecided

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by PentiumPro(f): 1:29pm On Sep 15, 2015
dialfa:
It's time to chase these yolloba immigrants out of Lagos

grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
If you know Lagos, you wiil be afraid for your people there if this story is true and it escalates.
I'm certain all of you rambling here don't know Lagos and the terrain.

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Kuyo: 1:29pm On Sep 15, 2015
The yoruba agberos are now hiding in cele bus stop the police and army are protecting them

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by tayebest(m): 1:30pm On Sep 15, 2015
cjrane:
Yes, let's fight it out. Some people act like they have 10 lives and can just oppress others. The doctrine from now is do me and I fight back and do you.

grin grin grin grin

Bros, you wan kill me with laff sha

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by Nobody: 1:30pm On Sep 15, 2015
Why cant we just live like brothers and sisters?

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Re: Ongoing Fight At Alaba International Market? by EasternLionn: 1:30pm On Sep 15, 2015
omonnakoda:
Am I God ask God why he did not give you sea? Don't quarrel with me ,quarrel with God

This applies to you too

zendy:



[b]Just look at the map you drew! I hope you know that the SE/SS are geographical locations that are not even recognised in the contitution? Ethnic groups are what make countries not man made geographical locations. You decietfuly drew a map of Igbo land and only put the 5 Igbo States in it. What about the Delta-Igbos who make up more than 30% of Delts state? What about the Rivers Igbos who make up about 70% of Rivers state? Where are the cross river and lower Benue Igbos? That map is a fraud. Another thing that is wrong with that map is that you did not include the water ways in it but you conveniently asked if Igbo land is landlocked. How can Igboland be landlocked? There are tributuaries running from Abia and Imo state into the Athlantic Ocean so how can we be landlocked? Seaports can be built in Abia and Imo. Do you think Porthacourt or Apapa wharfs are by the sea? They are not. Those ports are inland and ships ply the waterways to get to them. Get it into your head, a country does not need to have a coast line to bring in goods by ship. What a country needs is dredged waterways and Igboland has this. We are not landlocked in anyway whatsoever. Next time you want to talk about Biafra and the Niger-Delta Republic, refere to it by the tribes because I can assure you that should both countries emerge (which I'm not against), we Igbos will not concede one inch of Igboland to Niger-Delta Republic! [/b]

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