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We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Xpaz: 4:06pm On Nov 01, 2015
First.
I'm Not Against Regionalism and Federalism.
But after seeing what has being going on on Naira land where some peoples Expansionist plan has been reviewed.
I decided to Thank d North for Not Approving the Recent Confab report.
now what I'm I trying To say?
What I'm trying to say is if there Must be regionalism/Federalism
It Must be According to Ethnic line
Therefore We must Say no to Anything That is not Ethnic Regionalism/Ethnic Federalism.

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Nobody: 4:06pm On Nov 01, 2015
[size=50pt]YES TO REGIONALISM AND FEDERALISM[/size]

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Xpaz: 4:07pm On Nov 01, 2015
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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Stephansmily(f): 4:07pm On Nov 01, 2015
Noted
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by psucc(m): 4:16pm On Nov 01, 2015
So because the north has refused and successfully killed the 2014 Confab Report, we should lie low for them to continue?

No!!!!

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Nobody: 4:26pm On Nov 01, 2015
there should be regional system of governance and federalism. the north are only scared
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Xpaz: 4:43pm On Nov 01, 2015
elijah2u:
there should be regional system of governance and federalism. the north are only scared
if only it is according to ethnic line yes
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Akpan107(m): 4:44pm On Nov 01, 2015
This present Federal system of government may not be sustainable, has Nigerians are becoming wiser day by day. this is another reason why i support the Biafran struggle. The Niger Deltan cant keep producing 90 per cent of the country's revenue and retain just less than twenty percent.

we truely need our FREEDOM it may not come today, but it must surely come some day.

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by highpriest4: 4:52pm On Nov 01, 2015
Xpaz:
Ezeagu,Vicotex,Owobokiri,VickJames,Zuchyblink,pazienze,Euro31,Abagworo,biafranking,IsraeliAIRFORCE,Emekamex,fx45,Kingzizzy,
Abia1son,FrankAba1,freeGlobe,freedom4Biafra,Beremx
talk nso bi weyrey
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Vicotex(m): 7:31am On Nov 02, 2015
Better still Republic of Alaigbo.

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Nobody: 7:50am On Nov 02, 2015
Supported...
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by basilo101: 2:56pm On Nov 02, 2015
Xpaz:
if only it is according to ethnic line yes
and "south south" is an ethnic group?
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by mikolo80: 3:04pm On Nov 02, 2015
Xpaz:

if only it is according to ethnic line yes
what can be more ethnic than 774 lgas
abeg make we hear word
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by mikolo80: 3:07pm On Nov 02, 2015
Akpan107:
This present Federal system of government may not be sustainable, has Nigerians are becoming wiser day by day. this is another reason why i support the Biafran struggle. The Niger Deltan cant keep producing 90 per cent of the country's revenue and retain just less than twenty percent.

we truely need our FREEDOM it may not come today, but it must surely come some day.
the Niger delta doesn't produce 90% of country's revenue (Patapata 10%)
it produces 90% of govt revenue
the rest of Nigeria defer herself
it's only the politicians and civil servants that are hammering on ND heads
and instead of Tompolo dem to treat politician f up
they quietly collected their own share
Now if only 26000 'men ' out of 10~16 million cowards volunteered to 'fight ' for share of national cake
then it means say na only mouth nd ppl get

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by kingzizzy: 3:12pm On Nov 02, 2015
Xpaz:
First.
I'm Not Against Regionalism and Federalism.
But after seeing what has being going on on Naira land where some peoples Expansionist plan has been reviewed.
I decided to Thank d North for Not Approving the Recent Confab report.
now what I'm I trying To say?
What I'm trying to say is if there Must be regionalism/Federalism
It Must be According to Ethnic line
Therefore We must Say no to Anything That is not Ethnic Regionalism/Ethnic Federalism.


There are over 300 ethnic groups in Nigeria. Are you saying there should be 300 regions?
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Akpan107(m): 3:14pm On Nov 02, 2015
mikolo80:
the Niger delta doesn't produce 90% of country's revenue (Patapata 10%)
it produces 90% of govt revenue
the rest of Nigeria defer herself
it's only the politicians and civil servants that are hammering on ND heads
and instead of Tompolo dem to treat politician f up
they quietly collected their own share
Now if only 26000 'men ' out of 10~16 million cowards volunteered to 'fight ' for share of national cake
then it means say na only mouth nd ppl get
what is this one saying... Nigeria depends on crude oil for its morethan 90 percent revenue...

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by vladimiros: 3:36pm On Nov 02, 2015
mikolo80:
the Niger delta doesn't produce 90% of country's revenue (Patapata 10%)
i

its your father I pity for wasting money on ur education

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by mikolo80: 4:50pm On Nov 02, 2015
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by mikolo80: 4:51pm On Nov 02, 2015
Akpan107:
what is this one saying... Nigeria depends on crude oil for its morethan 90 percent revenue...
www.cnbcafrica.com/news/western-africa/2014/04/11/a-closer-look-a-nigerias-gdp-rebasing/


this is why you will remain houseboy supply pipeline in Nigeria
you all refuse to read

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by IlekeHD: 4:54pm On Nov 02, 2015
Xpaz:
First.
I'm Not Against Regionalism and Federalism.
But after seeing what has being going on on Naira land where some peoples Expansionist plan has been reviewed.
I decided to Thank d North for Not Approving the Recent Confab report.
now what I'm I trying To say?
What I'm trying to say is if there Must be regionalism/Federalism
It Must be According to Ethnic line
Therefore We must Say no to Anything That is not Ethnic Regionalism/Ethnic Federalism.

The SW is set for regionalism. We know who we are and any state that doesn't fall in line will be left behind. We have enough land and access to the sea through Lagos, Ondo and Ogun states. We have a viable region that can sustain agriculture, oil (Lagos and Ondo) and tech hubs(ogun/Ondo and Lagos) and many more. Erosion cases are 1 to none.

We're ready!

We'll let the Biafrans make their region unstable with Biafric protests, while the SW accumulate all national international investors. We want regionalism in Yorubaland (Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Oyo, Ekiti, Osun, and parts of Kwara and Kogi that chooses to come with the SW).

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Akpan107(m): 12:37am On Nov 03, 2015
mikolo80:
www.cnbcafrica.com/news/western-africa/2014/04/11/a-closer-look-a-nigerias-gdp-rebasing/


this is why you will remain houseboy supply pipeline in Nigeria
you all refuse to read
Our GDP do represent our net profit in our export goods...

GDP simply means goods produced and consumed in Nigeria. see below...


Gross domestic product ( GDP) is the monetary
value of all the finished goods and services
produced within a country's borders in a
specific time period. Though GDP is usually
calculated on an annual basis, it can be
calculated on a quarterly basis as well.
Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) Definition |
Investopedia
www​.investopedia.com/terms/g/ gdp .asp

GDP cant give you the list of crude oil being exported. it can only give you the little 14 Percent refined and consumed, do you even know we still import refined fuel that cant be included in our GDP.


The Nigerian economy is heavily dependent on
the oil sector, which, accounts for over 95
percent of export earnings and about 40 percent
of government revenues, according to the
International Monetary Fund.
Petroleum industry in Nigeria - Wikipedia, the
free encyclopedia
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/.../Petroleum_ ...

The Niger Deltan oil is what is sustaining Nigeria, 95percent nobi here o....
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Macelliot(m): 1:03am On Nov 03, 2015
IlekeHD:


The SW is set for regionalism. We know who we are and any state that doesn't fall in line will be left behind. We have enough land and access to the sea through Lagos, Ondo and Ogun states. We have a viable region that can sustain agriculture, oil (Lagos and Ondo) and tech hubs(ogun/Ondo and Lagos) and many more. Erosion cases are 1 to none.

We're ready!

We'll let the Biafrans make their region unstable with Biafric protests, while the SW accumulate all national international investors. We want regionalism in Yorubaland (Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Oyo, Ekiti, Osun, and parts of Kwara and Kogi that chooses to come with the SW).
LETS DO MATHS on Lagos. Lagos state generates her IGR mostly from the Sea-port, Market(tax), and Entertainment industry.. 1) Seaport - 85% of Seaport users are Igbos in which most of the INTERNATIONAL IMPORTERS are Igbos... Igbos generate a whopping Billion of Dollars to Lagos state using the Port... That's why they killed Akwa ibom port, PH sea-port and Warri Seaport...
2) Tax(market) - The largest Markets in THE ENTIRE SW are owned/dominated by the Igbos... Alaba Intl, Computer Village, Idumota e.t.c... The Lagos govt. generates billions of naira from this markets on Tax...
with my write-up, you will agree that Yorubas are parasites and Generates Absolutely Nothing into the Nigeria coffer...
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Macelliot(m): 1:05am On Nov 03, 2015
IlekeHD:


The SW is set for regionalism. We know who we are and any state that doesn't fall in line will be left behind. We have enough land and access to the sea through Lagos, Ondo and Ogun states. We have a viable region that can sustain agriculture, oil (Lagos and Ondo) and tech hubs(ogun/Ondo and Lagos) and many more. Erosion cases are 1 to none.

We're ready!

We'll let the Biafrans make their region unstable with Biafric protests, while the SW accumulate all national international investors. We want regionalism in Yorubaland (Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Oyo, Ekiti, Osun, and parts of Kwara and Kogi that chooses to come with the SW).
Regionalism will open way for the dead sea-ports projects killed by the Hausas and yorubas in PH, Akwa Ibom and Warri...
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by kel4soft: 1:10am On Nov 03, 2015
Akpan107:
This present Federal system of government may not be sustainable, has Nigerians are becoming wiser day by day. this is another reason why i support the Biafran struggle. The Niger Deltan cant keep producing 90 per cent of the country's revenue and retain just less than twenty percent.

we truely need our FREEDOM it may not come today, but it must surely come some day.

You need to visit some villages in Ikot Akpasi before coming here to pursue a course you know nothing about.
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Nobody: 1:49am On Nov 03, 2015
Akpan107:
This present Federal system of government may not be sustainable, has Nigerians are becoming wiser day by day. this is another reason why i support the Biafran struggle. The Niger Deltan cant keep producing 90 per cent of the country's revenue and retain just less than twenty percent.

we truely need our FREEDOM it may not come today, but it must surely come some day.

Do you know that Imo and Abia are producing far more oil and gas than some of the socalled major oil producing states? I know this will shock most Nigerians.
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by mikolo80: 2:09am On Nov 03, 2015
Akpan107:
Our GDP do represent our net profit in our export goods...

GDP simply means goods produced and consumed in Nigeria. see below...


Gross domestic product ( GDP) is the monetary
value of all the finished goods and services
produced within a country's borders in a
specific time period. Though GDP is usually
calculated on an annual basis, it can be
calculated on a quarterly basis as well.
Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) Definition |
Investopedia
www​.investopedia.com/terms/g/ gdp .asp

GDP cant give you the list of crude oil being exported. it can only give you the little 14 Percent refined and consumed, do you even know we still import refined fuel that cant be included in our GDP.


The Nigerian economy is heavily dependent on
the oil sector, which, accounts for over 95
percent of export earnings and about 40 percent
of government revenues, according to the
International Monetary Fund.
Petroleum industry in Nigeria - Wikipedia, the
free encyclopedia
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/.../Petroleum_ ...

The Niger Deltan oil is what is sustaining Nigeria, 95percent nobi here o....
talk true wetin you get for economics waec
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by mikolo80: 2:15am On Nov 03, 2015
Akpan107:
Our GDP do represent our net profit in our export goods...

GDP simply means goods produced and consumed in Nigeria. see below...


Gross domestic product ( GDP) is the monetary
value of all the finished goods and services
produced within a country's borders in a
specific time period. Though GDP is usually
calculated on an annual basis, it can be
calculated on a quarterly basis as well.
Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) Definition |
Investopedia
www​.investopedia.com/terms/g/ gdp .asp

GDP cant give you the list of crude oil being exported. it can only give you the little 14 Percent refined and consumed, do you even know we still import refined fuel that cant be included in our GDP.


The Nigerian economy is heavily dependent on
the oil sector, which, accounts for over 95
percent of export earnings and about 40 percent
of government revenues, according to the
International Monetary Fund.
Petroleum industry in Nigeria - Wikipedia, the
free encyclopedia
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/.../Petroleum_ ...

The Niger Deltan oil is what is sustaining Nigeria, 95percent nobi here o....
Oya multiply 365 by 100 dollar by 2.6 million barrels (let's assume no bunkering and drop in oil price) minus 60% for the oyinbo that will record 1.4 milliom barrels as their own GDP not our gnp. that's around 36~38 billiom dollars out of 500 billiom dollar economy

simple mathematics
Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Nobody: 9:06am On Nov 03, 2015
All we want is Republic of Biafra.
Biafrans have chosen Freedom and Liberation over Slavery and Servitude chosen by 'Nigerians'. And it seem 'Nigerians' are ready to defend their slave name('Nigerian') given to them by Oyibo woman.
I don't envy them, I just want Biafra - a land of equity, fairness, liberty, fundamental human rights and above all Democracy.

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Re: We Must Say No To Regionalism And Federalism by Nobody: 9:12pm On Nov 06, 2015
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