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|Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by EasternLion: 11:36pm On Nov 09, 2015|
Business and economic activities were literally shut down as Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) members protested in Aba, Abia State, on Monday.
The protest caused vehicles to move slow pace.
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by ejibaba(m): 11:37pm On Nov 09, 2015|
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by mazzi: 11:48pm On Nov 09, 2015|
Even tinubu is talking about biafra??
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Tolatutu: 11:52pm On Nov 09, 2015|
Let them turn their states into Borno if they like. The multinationals will soon move to other regions then they will be crying like banshees
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by austinsmat(m): 11:56pm On Nov 09, 2015|
the worst mistake buhari made is to arrest Nnamdi KANU the plan has work out. same mumu buhari can keep on shooting innocent civilian. before he know what is happening Mubarak of Egypt will be better than him
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by basilo101: 12:23am On Nov 10, 2015|
Tolatutu:multinationals are frm civilized countries who understand human ryts and peaceful protests
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by cyberdurable(m): 12:26am On Nov 10, 2015|
iso much believe in biafra, wen will this protest come to umuahia na? my blood dea hot
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Blizzy9ja: 12:38am On Nov 10, 2015|
Tolatutu:We want the multinationals to leave, they have been short-changing us in connivance with the Nigerian state
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by DaBullIT(m): 4:41am On Nov 10, 2015|
Will take them serious when / if they march to Abuja and they actually show us they are up to 1M protesters
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Pavore9: 5:29am On Nov 10, 2015|
My thought goes to those people who earn their daily bread from those streets where those protest are going on as it does not economically affect the man in Ibadan or Abuja!
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Nobody: 6:02am On Nov 10, 2015|
With all this now, when will an Igbo become the president of Nigeria, which region in nigeria will trust the south east region again, who will bring his multibilion investment to the south east?? they have succefully relegated them selves again, for the sake of peace don't call for or start a war the outcome will be dissapointing to you guys, need I remind you that if the Hausa/Fulani should come out and protest like these in population they are X10, in destruction X52 in aggressiveness X70, what if the yorubas buy new kobokos imagine the flogging which will lead to formatting/loss of Brains.
Biafra I know is not coming in the next 6000 years. Just go back to ur dens.
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by kernel501: 6:12am On Nov 10, 2015|
You speak like Awolowo your father, the coward that committed suicide.
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Scholes007(m): 6:38am On Nov 10, 2015|
Kingsolex1:dont worrY MULTIBILLION INVESTMENT are still coming and many still underconstruction. Peaceful protest has nothing to do with those investments. And by the way most of these investments are indiginous. So Keep your koboko for the once miaming and damaging your lands
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by EternalTruths: 6:43am On Nov 10, 2015|
You mean the multinational companies Buhari's policies are driving out of Nigeria.
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Scholes007(m): 6:47am On Nov 10, 2015|
Whether biafra is achieviable today,next year or never the message is clear to everyone now "DON'T NEglect OR UNDERMINE SE/SS"
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|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by kingdompropty: 6:49am On Nov 10, 2015|
Biafra is a matter of time.
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by fff4444: 6:57am On Nov 10, 2015|
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Nobody: 7:54am On Nov 10, 2015|
wonder why they never release season 4 o... #LucasHood things
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Nobody: 8:00am On Nov 10, 2015|
for an ibo man... honestly you know nothing about business/instrument .
with the uncertainty of the next direction these protests will take which investor(even ibo indigene) will want to put money into a south east venture. Lol.
better go and start stocking up food supplies incase he cast tomorrow
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Scholes007(m): 12:35pm On Nov 10, 2015|
skidskid:i was expecting such from you. People like you with big grammar,paper analysis will always rely on online information. Take it or leave it the last administration did a lot in enhancing the economic situation of SS/SE region by making sure that power infrastructure, federal presence and economic policies which were visually non-existence in these regions were provide. Example Aba as a city began to fail due to gross power failure prior before jonathan. Been an industrial city, majority of its activities relied on power which was non existent(include power infrastructures) hence the heavy loss of industries in this region. Jonathan essentially laid a solid foundation for revival of the economic activities in these areas . He brought sense of belonging to these areas thats why the attack on him(jonathan) is perceived as a technical attack to the progress of the two regions and the investments therein. The lopsided appointments also brewed up the situation. I know many of you will just sit in the comfort of your homes and start typing with ignorance how un-intelligent and short sighted the igbos are and things like that without thinking first about your own welfare.
|Re: Pro-biafra Protest Ground Aba - The Nation by Nobody: 8:39pm On Nov 10, 2015|
I have friends who have been to the north and served there too, I have seen others places too .... the poor devt n regression is nationwide ... some states just different due to proactive leadership
Lagos was an opposition state yet it developed, obj withheld allocation yet salaries weren't owed.
till today I pray lag never enters pdp hands.
now to abia, I honestly respect what kalu did with enyimba FC. now I don't care about a discussion about national political offices I Care about developement policies.
tell me who drives investment?? not the FG but the SG ... yes the SG. they can easily put together economic document for that aba, bring in investors and take loans FG cannot stop that and if you're honest with yourself you will know it's the truth.
do u know how much loan lag took for the BRt scheme , can't your governors be passionate about developement and not just looting their state treasuries like the northern govs
I will always state this... yes ibos have been marginalised POLITICALLY but blame yourselves for failure to play politics well @ d national level . no permanent frnd or foe in politics but you never hide your disdain for the west and north .
also blame your governors for their lack of innovation and statehood even within the southeast they can colloborate on projects that'll help themselves .
conclusion... you blinded by the fact you an ibo man.. if I was ibo I too might be fooled by the pro biafran propaganda.
take a step back and look at issues through the lens of a Yoruba /Hausa or even a French man . you'd be surprised by what you see.
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