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Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by Eddygourdo(m): 7:31am On Dec 27, 2015
keally:
. Did I just hear you call yourself an intellectual? You are a big shame to the Igbo nation for displaying this level of ignorance. GEJ was still in power when BZM went to VIOLENTLY SEIZE FRCN Enugu and declare Biafra republic in 2013. GEJ lost the election as far back as March but protests NEVER happenened till late October, how dare you attribute it to GEJ's loss if not for your SELF-DELUSION. Now let me enlighten you, six service chiefs, NO IGBO, over 40 high level political appointment, NO IGBO, ethnic cleansing via lopsided promotion in customs NE and NW 51 officers NC and SW 29 officers, SS 10 officers and SE 4 officers. Are the hausa/fulanis more intelligent,educated or knowledgeable than the Igbos? Answer, you that feign ignorance of Igbo marginalization. What is the mode and standard for admission into Fed Univ in the South viz-a-viz North? Where is Federal Presence in SE apart from the recently approved int'l status accorded Enugu airport OVER 54 years after independence. The SE has the lowest no of both states and LGAs and am sure you know the RESOURCES are SHARED among those TIERS of govt. Am sure you also know that the Igbos have lowest no of Legislators in the National Assembly as a result of the no of states they have. Mr Intellectual I can go on and on but I don't have the luxury of time. Wake up, your brain is being used by the enemy. Finally Nnamdi kanu had been operating Radio Biafra since GEJ admin but was not arrested only to be arrested by a tyrant who refused to release him despite two subsisting court orders. Pls you may choose to continue wallowing in your ignorance but don't infect others with it, Thanks.
Mr man no tribe is entitled to anything, you have to fight for it, you have to be politically suave and knowledge as a tribe. The igbo are politically irrelevant in Nigeria because we have refused to have a common voice in Nigeria. Are other tribes supposed to give us political gifts of relevance? are they supposed to allocate a better quota system to suit us? what happens to the Igbos getting in the helm of affairs and dictating same to them, it's only a deluded fellow who won't admit the Nigerian political sphere is a free for all game where the wisest thrive. The pdp had many igbo founding fathers yet they were there when they zoned out the presidency to other tribes in seccesion without any plan for the igbo. Mr man the enemy of an igbo man is an igbo man, stop the sentiments and stop blaming other tribes for our failures to be politically relevant. It's cowards who cower away in fear because they can't challenge, heroes face challenges. Make your choice of classification. Happy sunday

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Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by Eddygourdo(m): 7:36am On Dec 27, 2015
asorocker:


BvM violently tried to take over the Enugu government house while massob has always been there even before Jonathan
true, but not at the intensity observed in this regime, if you are based in the the south East you will observe a massive and unwarranted hatred for the current government not because of non performance but simply on tribal and religious reasons, now tell me is that a wise people whose agitation are fueled by idealogy or people whose agitation are fueled by tribalistic disenfranchisement

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Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by jamjo: 8:40am On Dec 28, 2015
Eddygourdo:
ok Bro you have your points, I have an issue about the methods of actualising biafra and also the plans of the Biafrans, you reside outside the country, can you just decide in a night to relocate permanently to Nigeria, I doubt that, you must plan, strategise on many things solely because you would not want people to laugh at you if your decision to relocate turns out flawed. I haven't yet been privy to concrete information about the plans of biafra, how exactly we won't be one a laughing stock if we secede and fail. I agree with you though that the agitation could provide a catalyst to Nigeria practicing true federalism. Maybe or maybe not. I am not a name calling fellow, am only giving my people a taste of the medicine we would receive if we fail as a country biafra



My bro look now i can understand that you are worried what will be the outcome likewise I. Look bro, the little problem i had with what you wrote was you come out criticizing and using words like coward and failure if you had ask questions or constructive criticism I'll not have faulted you in anyway because i want igbo's to ask serious questions i can never support what i don't understand.
Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by bloodykiller: 8:44am On Dec 28, 2015
vayne:
Sho says it's online?
Who says our elites have not spoken?
Who says SS has not spoken?
Who says we are not united?
Who says we don't have one voice?
Who says.....

I'd like to know who this "who" is.

a daft deluded self illusive mind TonyeBarcanista
Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by Eddygourdo(m): 8:52am On Dec 28, 2015
jamjo:




My bro look now i can understand that you are worried what will be the outcome likewise I. Look bro, the little problem i had with what you wrote was you come out criticizing and using words like coward and failure if you had ask questions or constructive criticism I'll not have faulted you in anyway because i want igbo's to ask serious questions i can never support what i don't understand.
ok Bro, I always maintain decorum, the period that thread was active, we had violent ipob members on nairaland who would attack without provocation. So no hard feelings
Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by martinluth2: 9:09am On Dec 28, 2015
Eddygourdo:
I totally agree, but I disagree with everything biafra at least for the present, what exactly is that marginalisation we all talking about, simply cos goodluck Jonathan who wasn't even an igbo man lost the election, suddenly we Igbos can't take it any longer. It's a big shame. Kids who didn't witness the war nor did their mothers aer screaming secession and threatening violence. It depicts modern day Igbos are ignorant and clearly should stick to the shops, but as an igbo man who is an intellectual I believe in the future of the igbo man whether in one Nigeria or its divisions. Biafran agitation currently is untimely and not based on sound judgement

Mr man, the difference was jonathan refused to publicize them unlike buhari, pls u are igbo, dont be dumb, because i knw u re young, and u dnt knw wat igbos are passing through. Please dont be an efulefu
Re: The Igbo:our Position On Biafra.....vanguardngr by Eddygourdo(m): 12:31pm On Dec 28, 2015
martinluth2:


Mr man, the difference was jonathan refused to publicize them unlike buhari, pls u are igbo, dont be dumb, because i knw u re young, and u dnt knw wat igbos are passing through. Please dont be an efulefu
hahahahahaha, ok daddy the oldest man in nairaland. I have heard you. Continue playing the victim card like women and just like women it will get you no where t

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