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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Shymm3x: 11:34am On Nov 21, 2015
Qelvin:

dude UK is like a quasi colony of yorubas alone, why not come down to the USA and other parts of Europe? lets start with soccer sef!

Loool. There are tons of Igbos in the UK and loads of Igbos have moved from Europe cos of the EU to the UK. No excuse. Even in Germany and Spain - Yorubas dominate.

It should've been 40, but I excluded, Dele Alli, Solanke, Odubade, and Ola Aina from the list. So don't add Ibe, Alex Iwobi, and Chuba Akpom to ya list. You can add Aramide Oteh though.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Qelvin(m): 11:36am On Nov 21, 2015
Shymm3x:
This is the list of Yoruba boys I found playing for different football academies in the UK. They're all U-18, apart from Oduwa. I purposely left out a few established ones like: Ola Aina, Dele Alli, Moses Odubajo, and Dominic Solanke.

Considering how difficult it's to get into football academies in the UK - especially when you have gone past the "schoolboy" age. These guys are talented. Coupled with the fact that, when you're not white, it's more difficult. So you have to be supremely talented and composed when you go for trials. And once you flop one chance during trials, you may not be able to get another one.

Chelsea
Fikayo Tomori

Arsenal
Tolaji Bola
Nathan Tella
Toby Omole
Marc Bola

Liverpool
Sheyi Ojo
Bobby Adekanye

Manchester United
Tosin Kehinde

Manchester City
Tosin Adarabioyo
Nathaniel Oseni

West Ham United
Tunji Akinola
Emmanuel Onariase

Crystal Palace
Jason Akiotu
Fisayo Adarabioyo

Fulham
Elijah Adebayo
Dennis Adeniran

Charlton Athletic
Ademola Lookman

Leicester City
Andre Olukanmi

Leeds United
Moses Abioye
Dipo Olaosun
Nicky Ajose

QPR
Olamide Shodipo

Reading
Daniel Akinwunmi
Gabriel Osho
Hammed Lawal

Sheffield United
Emmanuel Adebowale

Southampton FC
Olufela Olomola

Stoke City FC
Shola Ayoola

Sunderland
Avis Ganiyu

Tottenham Hotspurs
Daniel Akindayini
Emmanuel Sonupe
Nathan Oduwa

Wimbledon FC
Toyosi Olusanya

Cardiff City
Adedeji Oshilaja

Burnley
Olatunde Bayode

Bradford City
Kesi Omolokun

cc: aareonakakanfo/CabbieAC, tupacshakur, forgiveness, raumdeuter, interloper et al

P.S: you can highlight the names you feel aren't Yoruba names on the list.
more than half of this players are relatively unknown though, save for Delle Alli, Solanke,and Odubajo...I barely know the rest even exist

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Shymm3x: 11:43am On Nov 21, 2015
Qelvin:

more than half of this players are relatively unknown though, save for Delle Alli, Solanke,and Odubajo...I barely know the rest even exist

Well, they're mostly 16/17 and still very young. You should start hearing about them in the next few years.

Even a lot of the Igbo younsters have Yoruba mothers.

- Jordon Femi Ibe.
- Aramide Oteh.
- Chuks Ademola Aneke.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Musiwa419: 12:00pm On Nov 21, 2015
Shymm3x:


Loool. There are tons of Igbos in the UK and loads of Igbos have moved from Europe cos of the EU to the UK. No excuse. Even in Germany and Spain - Yorubas dominate.

It should've been 40, but I excluded, Dele Alli, Solanke, Odubade, and Ola Aina from the list. So don't add Ibe, Alex Iwobi, and Chuba Akpom to ya list. You can add Aramide Oteh though.
what is the meaning of this ? Why dont you just ignore him

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Shymm3x: 12:02pm On Nov 21, 2015
Musiwa419:
what is the meaning of this ? Why dont you just ignore him

Lool. Sorry, Sir.

I just wanted to troll him and smack reality in his head at the same time, to shut him up.

Now that I've shut him up. It's over with. grin

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by anonimi: 12:03pm On Nov 21, 2015
modath:

You just bought yourself an album full of pictures.... cheesy

When trouble sleep, yanga go wake am
Wetin e dey find
Palava e dey find
Palava e go get o

Thanks to Abami Eda.
#SereneSaturday tongue
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Shymm3x: 12:31pm On Nov 21, 2015
1bkay3:

Missionary work, yeah that too lol I had no idea, that's interesting o

Of course I know what a gash is, at least I think I do harhar. That song cracks me up, all those dusty budget channel U videos were pure entertainment grin

Ha! What missionary work? Don't tell me you're either a nun or an European missionary of Naij descent. If you're, then I'm a Pope meet monk then. tongue How much are you willing to pay for my groom price?

Gash by the hour - now that's ish that can make man turn anorexic within three months. lipsrsealed

That was my tune back in the day. And "free yard" by Aggro. Boya is crazy though - played footie with him a few times at Luton Uni. Most of them went to Luton Uni (Bedfordshire) with my cousin and almost all of them are Nigerians, including Boya and SAS Killa. They're from South as well (Plumstead/Woolwich/Thamesmead axis). Boya is now a contributor on Guardian UK.

Don't parr Channel U like that - it created all the UK artists winning right now cos MTV Base never wanted to let anyone through and they saturated everywhere with US artists. Without Channel U, there won't be Dizzy Rascal, Wiley, Skepta, JME, Jammer, Tiny Tempah, Tinchy Stryder, Jammer, Crazy Titch, Lethal Bizzle, N-Dubz et al. Channel U was the shiznit. grin Anyway, it seems everything has gone to the internet now - Grimedaily, LinkupTV, SBTV et al. Grime is alive!
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 12:35pm On Nov 21, 2015
Spambot again?

Darn! You can't post without spambot harassing you. Synonymous with what Nas said about smoking weed without cops harassing you. grin

Allow me, Mr. Spambot.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 12:35pm On Nov 21, 2015
1bkay3:

Missionary work, yeah that too lol I had no idea, that's interesting o

Of course I know what a gash is, at least I think I do harhar. That song cracks me up, all those dusty budget channel U videos were pure entertainment grin

Ha! What missionary work? Don't tell me you're either a nun or an European missionary of Naij descent. If you're, then I'm a Pope meet monk then. tongue How much are you willing to pay for my groom price?

Gash by the hour - now that's the ish that can make man turn anorexic within three months. lipsrsealed

That was my tune back in the day. And "free yard" by Aggro. Boya is crazy though - played footie with him a few times at Luton Uni. Most of them went to Luton Uni with my cousin and almost all of them are Nigerians, including Boya and SAS Killa. . Boya is now a contributor on Guardian UK.

Don't parr Channel U like that - it created all the UK artists winning right now cos MTV Base never wanted to let anyone through and they saturated everywhere with US artists. Channel U was the shiznit.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 12:39pm On Nov 21, 2015
“Mathematical” Enoch Opeyemi and the Making of Another Nigerian Intellectual 419er By Farooq A. Kperogi, Ph.D. Twitter: @farooqkperogi The moment I read about Dr. Enoch Opeyemi's claim to have solved the 156-year-old Riemann Hypothesis in the Vanguard of November 15, 2015, I didn't need to read a second opinion to know it was suspect at best and fraudulent at worst. You don’t need to think too deeply to realize that Dr. Opeyemi is one heck of a hilariously delusional intellectual scammer in the mold of Philip Emeagwali and Gabriel Oyibo. The second to the last paragraph in the Vanguard story that announced Opeyemi’s “mathematical genius” was what did it for me. “Dr Enoch had previously… discovered a scientific technique for detecting and tracking someone on an evil mission,” the report said. Seriously? How do you scientifically detect and track someone on an “evil mission”? What is an “evil mission,” and what has science got to do with that? No one with this kind of prescientific, atavistic mindset can be trusted to have the cognitive capacity to solve an age-old mathematical puzzle like the Riemann Hypothesis. Now, Opeyemi’s only evidence for claiming to have solved the Riemann Hypothesis was that he presented a paper on the puzzle at the International Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science in Vienna, Austria. Well, it has turned out that the conference itself may be a borderline scam operation. An August 20, 2011 blog post titled “Fake Paper Accepted by Nina Ringo's Vienna Conference” revealed that a scientist by the name of Mohammad Homayoun who was suspicious of the genuineness of the International Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science (ICMC) decided to test his suspicion by submitting a fake, worthless, nonsensical paper to the conference to see if it would be accepted or rejected. The researcher’s hunch was accurate: the ICMC in Vienna appears to be an elaborate, money-making scholarly scam. His paper was accepted even though it was intentionally nonsensical. “The conference claims that submissions/papers are reviewed/refereed BUT they are not,” the researcher wrote. “A fake paper was submitted for evaluation to intercomp2011@ gmail.com on Sun, Jan 2, 2011. The notification of acceptance was received on Sun, Jan 9, 2011.” That’s just one week of “peer review.” But even if the conference were genuine, and it could very well be, you can't prove something as momentous as a 156-year-old mathematical problem with a mere conference presentation. In the rituals of knowledge production in academe, for any claim to be taken seriously, it has to be published in a well- regarded, peer-reviewed outlet, such as a journal. This is elementary knowledge. In fact, a spokesperson for the US-based Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI), which offers a $1 million reward for anyone who can solve the Reimann Hypothesis, told CNN that any claim to have proved the hypothesis “would need to be published in a journal ‘of worldwide repute’ and accepted for two years within the mathematics community before it would be considered.” Opeyemi merely orally presented what he claims is his proof of the hypothesis at a conference on November 11. As of the time of writing this column, there is no written record of the paper Opeyemi presented at the conference, much less its publication in a journal. He told CNN’s Thomas Page that his proof of the hypothesis is “due for publication by a journal attached to the Vienna conference on December 1.” So why claim to have solved a problem when you haven’t even gone through the basic protocols of scientific verification? Even if Opeyemi has indeed proved the hypothesis, it would take two years to earn the recognition and the reward. Why is he jumping the gun? But, most importantly, Opeyemi actually stands no chance of even being able to prove the hypothesis because none of the journals published by the International Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science is of “worldwide repute.” The conference’s flagship journal, called the International Scientific Journal, isn’t even listed, much less ranked, in Scientific Journal Rankings (SJR), the most prestigious database that measures the scientific impact and prestige of journals in the hard sciences. My sense is that Dr. Opeyemi genuinely fancies himself as having solved this mathematical puzzle, and his self-construal of his intellectual machismo got a boost when his paper got accepted for presentation at a conference in Vienna, Austria. In the now rampant xenophilic academic culture in Nigeria that uncritically valorizes the foreign, for one's paper to be accepted at an "international" (read: white) academic conference is seen as an endorsement of one's peerless scholarly prowess. Never mind that many of these “international” conferences and journals are actually fraudulent. When naive xenophilia seamlessly commingles with the kind of mortifyingly cringe-worthy credulity that pervades the Nigerian media landscape AND the progressive dearth and death of basic fact-checking in even international media outlets like the BBC, you end up with embarrassing stories like this. This is not the first time this has happened. In July 2011, another Nigerian academic by the name of Michael Atovigba claimed to have solved the same Riemann Hypothesis. The ever so gullible Nigerian media believed and celebrated him. The reason Atovigba convinced himself that he had solved the mathematical puzzle that Opeyemi now also claims to have solved was that his paper (which has only seven references, four of which are from Wikipedia!) was found “worthy” of publication in an "international" journal, which turned out to be a notoriously worthless, predatory, bait-and-switch Pakistan-based journal that masquerades as a UK journal. I wrote a widely circulated article on August 13, 2011 titled “Bait-and-Switch Publishing: New Face of Academic Fraud” that exposed this fraud. Among other things, I wrote: "Mr. Atovigba’s claims to unparalleled mathematical genius might very well be true, but we have no way of knowing this for certain because he chose to publish his 'record-breaking' findings in the 'Research Journal of Mathematics and Statistics' owned by a bait-and-switch publishing company called Maxwell Scientific Organization." Atovigba told the (Nigerian) Guardian that he would get his $1 million reward from the Clay Mathematics Institute now that he had published his “proof” in a “reputable international journal.” Four years after, another deluded Nigerian “scientist” claims to have proved the same hypothesis for which Atovigba is still expecting his $1 million, and the media’s legendary amnesia ensures that these clowns continue to expose Nigeria and Nigerians to international ridicule. Incredible! What is even more incredible is that a Nigerian BBC correspondent’s story on Opeyemi, inspired by Vanguard’s initial reporting (which was itself instigated by Opeyemi himself), has caused the British media to perpetrate Opeyemi’s misrepresentation. Now, the British media’s uncritical echoing of Opeyemi’s initial lie is invoked as evidence to lend credibility to his claims to a non-existent feat. It has become one labyrinthine network of tortuous, self-reinforcing falsehoods. Only Philip Emeagwali’s carefully packaged fraud outrivals this. So sad!

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 12:51pm On Nov 21, 2015
Aareonakakanfo

Is this Yorubaland? - absolutely beautiful. shocked

Just look at the green and how beautiful the landscape is - we're blessed!!













Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 12:56pm On Nov 21, 2015
Aareonakakanfo

I think we should create a day where Yoruba folks from Kogi and Kwara will take charge of the thread and talk about their respective states and their plights, while we ask them questions. What do you think?

With that, they'll be able to educate those of us who don't know much about them and their states. I'll see if I can find the thread where I saw loads of Yorubas from Kogi repping Yoruba, and copy all the handles - so we can tag them. Then the likes of: mandarin, yemaldo, PrincessJaneDoe, and tevinsolt.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 1:01pm On Nov 21, 2015
ProfShymex:
Aareonakakanfo

I think we should create a day where Yoruba folks from Kogi and Kwara will take charge of the thread and talk about their respective states and their plights, while we ask them questions. What do you think?

With that, they'll be able to educate those of us who don't know much about them and their states. I'll see if I can find the thread where I saw loads of Yorubas from Kogi repping Yoruba, and copy all the handles - so we can tag them. Then the likes of: mandarin, yemaldo, PrincessJaneDoe, and tevinsolt.

Co-signed.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by shizzy7(f): 1:12pm On Nov 21, 2015
ProfShymex:
Aareonakakanfo

I think we should create a day where Yoruba folks from Kogi and Kwara will take charge of the thread and talk about their respective states and their plights, while we ask them questions. What do you think?

With that, they'll be able to educate those of us who don't know much about them and their states. I'll see if I can find the thread where I saw loads of Yorubas from Kogi repping Yoruba, and copy all the handles - so we can tag them. Then the likes of: mandarin, yemaldo, PrincessJaneDoe, and tevinsolt.
I don't understand the connection between kogi, kwara and south west because some of them have Yoruba names. I don't know Why they are zoned with the North...
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 1:33pm On Nov 21, 2015
Brilliant Idea Shymm3x.Brilliant!I love it!

Some of them commented on EU.R.OBOMBER's thread

Speaking of Oke Ado mountain,that place is absolutely gorgeous and Its not even the best we have




And Mr Qelvin,why do you keep coming back here tho?

Were you not the same character yarnin ch!t last week?

Can you do us a favor by stop commenting on this thread?

Thank you
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 2:01pm On Nov 21, 2015
Na wa ooo spambot again after I posted names of posters from kwara/kogi

Mr Mackey continue doing what you know how to do best.Monkey boy
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by tevinsolt: 2:34pm On Nov 21, 2015
laudate:


Egbon, I beg allow anybody from any non-Igbo tribe (whether he is Efik, Gwari, Edo, Sayyawa, Nupe, Bachama, Kanuri or Yoruba) continue to mark register on any Biafra thread. Do you know why?? shocked The minute any event is posted or any thread is opened, if such an event is unfavourable to their tribe or critical of their Biafran cause, they immediately launch ad hominem attacks and hate-filled propaganda speeches, in the direction of other non-Igbo tribes without provocation, irrespective of the fact that such ethnic groups have nothing to do with their current woes! They curse those non-Igbo tribes, and accuse them of every sin under the sun! shocked

Anyone who disagrees with their point of view must be Yoruba, any South-South or ND person who does not subscribe to their Biafra crusade is a saboteur, a coward or a lazy drunkard! Anyone who does not dance to their drumbeat of war, is a colonial slave!! Haba, na wetin??

Of course, since nobody has a monopoly on hate and rancour, people from those non-Igbo groups respond to them in kind! Abi na who be mumu??! angry

If rebuttals are not issued, any reader that stumbles on their vitriol may think it is a factual account, or the true state of events, and may go away believing their comments are correct. Before we know it, their propaganda would have been taken as fact, rumour would have become legend and ethnic stereotyping would have a field day.

There is a need to counter their neurotic submissions, and believe me I would not stop anyone who chooses to do so! sad

I agree with you a bit, but when we have guys jumping on their threads to instigate, it is immature and it brings us down to their level.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by tevinsolt: 2:35pm On Nov 21, 2015
CabbieAC:
Saw some Yorubas marking register on biafran threads even after the sermons we delivered.9jacrip what exactly can we do to help these guys? This wan don pass wetin eye see oo

Tevinsolt I might have to be posting this your comment on every page ooo.Ha!






feel free to quote me, the Yoruba on Nairaland need to get a grip.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by tevinsolt: 2:38pm On Nov 21, 2015
ProfShymex:
Aareonakakanfo

I think we should create a day where Yoruba folks from Kogi and Kwara will take charge of the thread and talk about their respective states and their plights, while we ask them questions. What do you think?

With that, they'll be able to educate those of us who don't know much about them and their states. I'll see if I can find the thread where I saw loads of Yorubas from Kogi repping Yoruba, and copy all the handles - so we can tag them. Then the likes of: mandarin, yemaldo, PrincessJaneDoe, and tevinsolt.

good idea, there are too many misconceptions about Kwara state that needs to be cleared up.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by forgiveness: 2:52pm On Nov 21, 2015
Qelvin:

Bros firstly Yakubu Aiyegbeni is from Edo state...but let me quickly correct one anomaly in your post(I think this is for Major of Lagos) who ignorantly mentioned that Igbos are built for sports that require more brawn than brains..that in itself is the dumbest thing I have read all day..first of all sports require a degree of technique or skillset...and for one thing we all know Igbos dominate sports especially in soccer(football if you may)..football itself as a sport has its grey matter of technicalities, and its no surprise Igbos seems to churn out the most technically gifted players in that department(Okocha, Kanu, Mikel, Henry Nwosu, Mikel Obi, Nacho,most recently Chidiebere Nwakali of the U17 winning team etc) even in the so called boxing you hype yorubas for, not one of them comes close to Ike Ibeabuchi...a bull of a boxer who was tipped to be the greatest of all time had drugs and frivolous lifestyle not ruined a promising career, the reasons for this preponderance of Igbos in this area of sports isn't far-fetched...we are the creative engine... statistically right now all the major sports in the USA and most parts of Europe from high school to college level are dominated by Igbos(mostly second and third generations born abroad)...we do have some outstanding yoruba athletes like you mentioned, but if we are to draw a database of numbers...Igbos will sweep the laurel both in Nigreria and abroad,and this includes education as well.


Bros, I was expecting you to give me some names of athletes from your own database that you supposed will sweep the laurel for Igbos both home and abroad but as usual, you failed to back it up. What you just wrote now is an unproven hypothesis.

Present your submission with tested and proven facts and I will forever remain silent. But please kindly do that on another thread. Shalom

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by forgiveness: 3:01pm On Nov 21, 2015
ProfShymex:


It never made frontpage.

The thread doesn't need the toxic folks on fp cos they'll mess the thread up

OK. I see. I just wanted to know because the rate at which the thread went from 100 - 200 within that 6 days I didn't follow the thread got me wondering, if it made the front page and the conversation I heard about moving back the thread to political section.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 3:02pm On Nov 21, 2015
ProfShymex:
Aareonakakanfo

I think we should create a day where Yoruba folks from Kogi and Kwara will take charge of the thread and talk about their respective states and their plights, while we ask them questions. What do you think?

With that, they'll be able to educate those of us who don't know much about them and their states. I'll see if I can find the thread where I saw loads of Yorubas from Kogi repping Yoruba, and copy all the handles - so we can tag them. Then the likes of: mandarin, yemaldo, PrincessJaneDoe, and tevinsolt.

Is the Commonwealth defined by the borders of the 6 SW states or is it inclusive of all Yorubas?

If it is inclusive, then you don't need a day for them. They should be able contribute on all matters at all times. Besides, how do coordinate a day when they all turn up?

Anyone connected to Yoruba should be able to comment at any time. Perhaps the rules were set at the start and I haven't read from page 1.


Just my humble opinion.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 3:05pm On Nov 21, 2015
MayorofLagos:


Popo Aguda ke?? Ahhh..ok o! Thats too close!!

From Faji, Massey, Tokunbo, Kakawa, Odunfa.....to Campos. I can name all the family compounds for you. Lol. The Ferreiras, Salavadores, Savages, Vaughans, Willoughbys, Browns, Soares, Fernandez...all the way to Iron gate in upper Tokunbo Street.

The on the other side of Broad street, the Davies', Randles, DaSilvas, Williams', Smithys...

Good to know brother.
grin grin

Hahahaha

Too close bruv
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by forgiveness: 3:05pm On Nov 21, 2015
ProfShymex:


I already posted the names.

The spambot banned the post.

But I'll see if I can devise other means to post them again.

I see. Why now? It seems something is amiss......make no talk.

Anyway, I will gladly wait to see it.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Ritchiee: 3:12pm On Nov 21, 2015
anonimi:


Firstly, this discussion is not about Jonathan and I did not start it.
Secondly, federal civil servants were not owed salary for almost a year as AreGbese has done.
Thirdly, Jonathan shared the JOINT Federation account & ECA to all the 36 state governors despite his own better recommendation for prudence. So you should know who is really clueless by now.
Fourthly, I see you need education, which I can PROVIDE to you generously. Below are 15 pages of just a SAMPLE of the socio-economic TRANSFORMATION work of Jonathan in just five years:

https://www.nairaland.com/2117791/achievements-jonathan-sambo-administration-pictures


However I cannot force you to read what I provide you with, in case you want to remain IGNORANT.
Go through and compare to Omo Onile, Agbaya of Owu's eight WASTED years of second chance civilian presidency.
Wow!!!My bruv,you are so much too imbedded in politics and I really have fears for your Yorubaness...

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by anonimi: 3:14pm On Nov 21, 2015
Ritchiee:
Wow!!!My bruv,you are so much too imbedded in politics and I really have fears for your Yorubaness...

Why?

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Ritchiee: 3:18pm On Nov 21, 2015
anonimi:


Beyond the physical buildings of the schools, should we not ask:

- How many qualified TEACHERS are recruited annually instead of using ONLY fresh graduate NYSC Corpers?
- How many lab. Attendants are recruited ANNUALLY?
- How many qualified LIBRARIANS are recruited each year?
-What is the IMPROVEMENT in the ratio of students to teachers/lab. Attendants/librarians etc from one year to another?
- If WE constantly ask these questions, is it not more likely the 774 LGA Chairmen and 36 state governors will recruit for primary, vocational, secondary & technical schools and so reduce UNEMPLOYMENT, hunger & death in our midst?
- If we regularly ask these questions, will our students not receive greater QUALITY of education, pass WAEC/NECO/JAMB/UTME etc better and create VALUE to make our society more competitive with the oyinbo societies?

Does anyone know why we find it difficult to ask these questions every time for our own improvement
Why?
This is a good one,brev...

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Ritchiee: 3:41pm On Nov 21, 2015
anonimi:


Why?
Everybody knew that GEJ sidestepped Yorubas and only he knows the reason why he did that.He was a man to my heart initially for a couple of years and then he slipped down there...he is still a nice man.I wish him good luck..

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by anonimi: 3:52pm On Nov 21, 2015
Ritchiee:
Everybody knew that GEJ sidestepped Yorubas and only he knows the reason why he did that.He was a man to my heart initially for a couple of years and then he slipped down there...he is still a nice man.I wish him good luck..

HOW do you mean that Jonathan "sidestepped Yorubas"?
If you respond with specifics, then I can reply appropriately.
Cheers.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Firefire(m): 4:00pm On Nov 21, 2015
Ritchiee:
Everybody knew that GEJ sidestepped Yorubas and only he knows the reason why he did that.He was a man to my heart initially for a couple of years and then he slipped down there...he is still a nice man.I wish him good luck..


Emi na fe mo bi Jona se sidestep Yoruba ooo?

Waiting for your response also.

Cheers! tongue

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by anonimi: 4:18pm On Nov 21, 2015
Firefire:



Emi na fe mo bi Jona se sidestep Yoruba ooo?

Waiting for your response also.

Cheers! tongue

Far too many people have not yet redeemed themselves from the onslaught of propaganda by our JagbaJantis Asiwaju to ensure he delivered on the contract to repackage a Buhari that he himself described as "expired" only four years ago!




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMHk9Y9uRtE



Sad!!
Pathetic!!!

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