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|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Armaggedon: 9:33pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Raiders:we are all slaves to bad leadership. The only difference is that i have chosen to break my chains while you have chosen to boast with yours.
@crazyman, your name says it all.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by reuben79: 9:34pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Crazyman seriously ur thread really make sense
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|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by coolzeal(m): 9:35pm On Nov 11, 2015|
2015 index has shown that, South East has the highest level of human development and capital in Nigeria despite being denied from the scheme of things in all ramifications. Perhaps, until every Igbo man is killed then you will realize how important it is to glamour for Biafra. So, spare me with your bad leadership bull craps and one Nigeria hypocritical campaign speech. Nigeria is a failed state and we want out..
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by miqos02(m): 9:35pm On Nov 11, 2015|
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by bugzbunny: 9:36pm On Nov 11, 2015|
azzima:Why are u begging for one nigeria
Aren't u tired of igbos dat u hate so much...and are taking over ur lagos disrespecting ur oba
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Whynotthetruth(m): 9:36pm On Nov 11, 2015|
1)You're sick for terming them an evil cult...onuku...
2)Why answer only those who buy into your idea...Why not engage others here above to see and taste the veracity and sustainability of your idea...though myopic to me...
3)What have you done to hold your government in Ebonyi accountable?...BTW States are products of tie centre so far...because once the head is bad, the body will rot too...
4)Nigeria is a dysfunctional system...Unless it goes under the blade, it can't heal...because the problem isn't as much in the faces as is in the structure...You can't get good fruit from a diseased plant...
5)Economy of Nigeria is dependent on oil...Should Biafra come, oil goes from Nigeria pending when they discover oil in commercial quantity in other areas...
6)There's no timeline for freedom if not now...All should not be cowardly like you who is afraid to confront his fears and challenges...but will rather maintain devilish statusquo because of cowardice and fear of unknown...
7)Face your fears and damn the consequences... Igbo is akin to risk taking as evidenced in their having lots of entrepreneurs(venturing into unfamiliar cum alien fields)...
A country built on a diseased foundation like Nigeria can NEVER beget healthy children...because of its diseased DNA...
9)Quit being silly...Engage broadly before coming to tag people with different ideology especially at liberating themselves as crazy or evil in your warped brain...Idiots like you would tag Mandela or Ghandi then as evil too...
10)Equating IPOB though I am not a member to boko haram not only makes you crazy, idiotic and silly...but also confirms you as an imbecilic schizophrenic bastard and nonentity...Anu mpama
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|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by obailala(m): 9:37pm On Nov 11, 2015|
kingzizzy:But strangely, Igbos have always been an integral part of this 55 years of disastrous nationhood both at the federal level and especially at the state levels?... If these set of people in leadership could be disastrous when they answered Nigeria, what sort of fairy tale miracle will make them saints simply because they change name?... No doubt Nigeria is a british contraption, but you will agree with me that Igbos have also contributed a great deal to the dysfunctionality of this contraption called Nigeria....
Let us forget the federal and focus on the state levels, never has it been heard of since 1960 till date that federal allocations were not paid to Igbo states. So my brother, what did Igbo leaders do with the moneys?... If we had problems managing moneys at the local level, how then would changing of name make us any better?... Why can't these agitations be made against local Igbo leaders i.e. state governors, LGA chairmen, councillors, Senators, Reps and traditional rulers?... Why cant these street agitations be made to force the implementation of the national conference report?
Agitating to force the implementation of the conference report is a cause which both the SS and the SW and most parts of the NC would gladly support and join and in no time, we would be very close to achieving regionalism.
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|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Nobody: 9:38pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Receive Sense #CommonSense @OP u are Dope
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by unbeat007(m): 9:38pm On Nov 11, 2015|
if you are not crazy I would have commented
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Victorchuks4(m): 9:40pm On Nov 11, 2015|
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Armaggedon: 9:41pm On Nov 11, 2015|
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by kingzizzy: 9:41pm On Nov 11, 2015|
I'm an Igbo man not a South Sudanese. There are many examples of countries that seceded and are doing well, the biggest being America that seceded from Britain in the 17th century but are the greatest country in the world today. Nigeria is illegal entity. You would not be a Nigerian today if a British thief called Lugard had not come to west Africa to bastardise you with that name. So in essence, Nigeria is a British contraption made up of a forced Union of many unconsenting ethnic groups with different ideologies, norms, customs and traditions but it is from this 'burning house of Lord Lugard' that you hope that salvation will one day come? Cure your self from this colonial mentality that had griped you and many like you who are still answering "Nigerian", the slave name the White man bestowed on them.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by gretblue: 9:41pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Those that have what it takes to secede from Nigeria (SS # crude oil) ain't clamouring for secession but those that are only endowed with Red sand and palm kernel couple with hills are the ones threatening the existence of the nation. Neither Hausa/Fulani nor Yorubas are your problem. Your problems are the leadership style;the likes of Theo Orji,the likes of kalu orji as their types are also found in other tribes and region.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by ikevin(m): 9:42pm On Nov 11, 2015|
This is the same reason the Ibos are hated. A simple question of which states make up Biafra, you guys went on insulting. Any little thing, you insult. You are so filled with hate and bile. This is not the way to go about your interest. But really, which states make up Biafra, try educating us about Biafra a little bit.
Your capital, your currency, exchange rates etc. Please no insults.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Amack(m): 9:42pm On Nov 11, 2015|
saintikechi:. How are you sure that the crazy man be Igbo? Yorubas can anything to stop biafra. They hate us with passion.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by wristbangle: 9:42pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Nice one OP.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Cuteamigo1(m): 9:42pm On Nov 11, 2015|
the Labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain. nigeria whether by hook or by crook we will develop and by the same will of God that brought us together which some people claim is a mistake, we will not disintegrate rather we will grow and operate an inclusive nation where everyone feels at home. ipob go back to your homes and states and ask your governors and leaders what they have been doing with the robust federal allocations they have been receiving. when you get the answers to that am sure u will realise that your enemies are withing and closer to you than you think. imagine small oil producing states earning almost twice what large northern states get but still these oil producing states cannot show a serious infrastructural and human development rather they leave their people in poverty and later incite them against other tribes which according to them they are feeding. Mr ibu said it right, sence no common oooo. but I wish it was so that the ipob youths will use it well.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by MaziOmenuko: 9:42pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Agitating for Biafra right now is a misplaced priority. We should be agitating for good governance, responsible governors in the south east who can deliver dividend of democracy.
Who are the Igbo leaders that will preside the affairs if the so called Biafra sees the day? The likes of T.A Orji? Achike Udenwa? Iwuwanyanwu?
This is the same way some overzealous peeps led us into war in the 60's and we ended up losing out on many things. Those in the 60's even seem more prepared than the jobless youths running around with flags right now.
What structures do they have in place to sustain a country? Let them ask south Sudan how they are fairing right now.
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|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by melzabull(f): 9:44pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Bamjazzy:you are a moro.nic dunce
what bad name are you talking about? I guess its lunatics and addicts like Michael adebowale, Michel adebolajo, khadija, babafemi lawal (terrorists), bola adebisi, ayoola adebayo, yomade aborishade, (drug pushers)who are terrorists and setting world records in drugg peddling that are giving Nigeria good name abi?...ediot
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Trustworthiness: 9:45pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Every state receives allocation from the Federal government. What you need to ask is what you various state have been using the state fund to do.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by ikevin(m): 9:45pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Amack:who and who hates who with passion. With this your magical hate, why are intertribal marriages occurring daily? You guys need to chill a little. Did your governors develop your states? You just assume everybody hates you.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by kponkedenge(m): 9:46pm On Nov 11, 2015|
nightmile:Let dem go jare . I'm sure in d next few years Biafra will become the world headquaters for cocaine and other drugs
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Harjibode(m): 9:46pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Seriously you are a daft fellow...
Are they not allocated funds...
Go through that epistle again and still arrive at this, i then know i need to stop replying your post...
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by stancod(m): 9:48pm On Nov 11, 2015|
gbaam! u talk serious sense.i 4don write dis tin wey u write since bt i no go skool so i no sabi write.bombastical abi lalacastic biko,jor,abeg,pls make u put dose words 4newspaper front page PUNCH infact all d newspaper
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by lexicot: 9:48pm On Nov 11, 2015|
If we have biafra, this question beckons for answer; Who will lead?
Sure, I believe every individual have a right to self existence and sustainability..
If our electoral system is trusted, I would have suggested a vote among the Igbo populace on whether to secede or remain as an entity (Nigeria) .
Honestly, I don't blame my brothers but I will not let emotion overhaul my reasoning because I am yet to see a workable blueprint of a new nation.
I am praying the present leadership under the auspices of President Buhari prove to all nigerians that Nigeria can survive as a prosperous nation with no bias or tribalism.
Again, where do I start from, all my life is in Lagos (born and breed), not that I am afraid of taking a step of change, but my main concern is to see a well justified and workable blueprint.
one thing I know in a greater probability, is that If this four years is the same old story, if no substantial economic advancement, if power sector does not improve reasonably, if unemployment is still at its high, this protest would have a higher leverage of being justified.
But I know God has a plan for this country especially the path this present government is threading.
It shall be well.
NOTE: To tribalist on NL, you almost sore a seed of discord in my heart everytime I read your writeups. But I thank God your plans failed. You almost twisted my view on yoruba ladies, on my igbo sisters and on the hausas as a whole. If you guys know the damage you caused people with good view of Nigerians before joining NL, you will change your ways.
Please seun and the moderators, prove you are true Nigerians. Say No to ill generated traffic which beget hate.
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|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Nobody: 9:48pm On Nov 11, 2015|
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by jossyj: 9:49pm On Nov 11, 2015|
and you prefer being a slave forever
check your lineage I'm very sure there's madness in your entire local gorvernment
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by MaziOmenuko: 9:49pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Please, which of the oil producing states are you going to drag into the Biafra? You campaigns for the rights for a group to determine where they belong, Rivers State, Delta, Akwa ibom also has a right to determine where to belong and as it is, they are staying put in Nigeria; are toy planning to drag them alongside with you even against their wish?
It is glaringly obvious that you are hoping to sustain the Biafra in your mind with oil from states in Nigeria.
Lol...I laugh at your myopic thinking.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Tvegas(m): 9:50pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Well said poster, i hope a lot of my brothers can think the way you think.
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by sukkot: 9:50pm On Nov 11, 2015|
CSTR2:GEJ was your igbo brother na. abi why una dey cry for him ? you mean to tell me all this noise you igbos are making over gej and he is not one of you ? gej done use and dump una abi ? walahi this gej na real cunny man
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by melzabull(f): 9:50pm On Nov 11, 2015|
MaziOmenuko:stop sounding myopic and abysmally silly. What are the remote causative factors that gave rise to the renewed agitation? Issues bordering on lopsidedness, deliberate regional neglect, political marginalisation, unequal representation etc etc
The fundamental issues are still begging to be addressed.
I ask again, who is afraid of equity, fairness and justice??
|Re: We Need Good Leadership In The SE Not Biafra. by Bolaadu(m): 9:51pm On Nov 11, 2015|
Dis guy have said every single problems in SE.God will bless u 4 enlightened ur people,is just dat ur ppl choose their leader out of sentiment and discrimination.dey need to change their thought.D kind of Opportunity we gave dem in SW we can't see it in SE.
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