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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by teufelein(f): 10:34am On Mar 03
digitalquee2018:
The solution of our problem is not to divide, but to understand what brings us together.

stop irritating me with your no brainer comments. britain brought you together simply for easy administrative purposes and profitable economic reasons. now, you know.

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by hakhin2(m): 11:31am On Mar 04
In as much as I agree with my igbo brothers that they are not being treated fairly in the country,i still believe that they too are not helping matters with the way they are going about their agitation,two wrongs does not make a right,there are far better and lawful ways of doing it.Also I think Seun is only trying to salvage the situation,so those of you condeming his action should try and understand him.

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by teufelein(f): 12:42pm On Mar 04
hakhin2:
In as much as I agree with my igbo brothers that they are not being treated fairly in the country,i still believe that they too are not helping matters with the way they are going about their agitation,two wrongs does not make a right,there are far better and lawful ways of doing it.Also I think Seun is only trying to salvage the situation,so those of you condeming his action should try and understand him.

The problem with Nigeria can be explained in 4 simple sentences:

I: Unless a society runs a merit-based system, all sectors deteriorate.
II: Nigeria tried merit before and ended up with Igbos leading EVERY sector (economy, education, military, science, transport, trade, diplomacy etc).
III: Nigeria refuses to go back to merit because of 'risk' of Igbo domination.
IV: Nigeria cannot improve, because it cannot run a merit-based society.
Igbo people (the engine of Nigeria’s advancement), are stifled by an Islam-motivated cabal which prefers power to meritocracy. Igbo ostracisation is the main reason for Nigeria’s irreversible backwardness.

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by mrkunlex(m): 6:44am On Mar 13
Rubiesangel:
So what's the point of NL being called a public forum when people fear or risk being banned on selected topics?
there are rules that govern this forum and it is a must for you to do according to the rules.#omo_karo_ojire
Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by mrkunlex(m): 6:48am On Mar 13
teufelein:


The problem with Nigeria can be explained in 4 simple sentences:

I: Unless a society runs a merit-based system, all sectors deteriorate.
II: Nigeria tried merit before and ended up with Igbos leading EVERY sector (economy, education, military, science, transport, trade, diplomacy etc).
III: Nigeria refuses to go back to merit because of 'risk' of Igbo domination.
IV: Nigeria cannot improve, because it cannot run a merit-based society.
Igbo people (the engine of Nigeria’s advancement), are stifled by an Islam-motivated cabal which prefers power to meritocracy. Igbo ostracisation is the main reason for Nigeria’s irreversible backwardness.
this boy na comedian.he is to funny.ibo dominate all, you are a disgrace to your family

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by gidgiddy: 10:26am On Mar 13
digitalquee2018:
The solution of our problem is not to divide, but to understand what brings us together.

What brings us together is Lord Lugard, he did that in 1914

Since then, the center has refused to hold.

However, the fact that people were brought together does not mean they have become "siamese twins" who must live and die together.

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by Nogodyej: 4:26pm On Mar 13
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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by Edu3Again: 11:06pm On Mar 14
digitalquee2018:
The solution of our problem is not to divide, but to understand what brings us together.
God forbid we remain together!

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by OjukwuWarBird: 7:34am On Mar 16
teufelein:


The problem with Nigeria can be explained in 4 simple sentences:

I: Unless a society runs a merit-based system, all sectors deteriorate.
II: Nigeria tried merit before and ended up with Igbos leading EVERY sector (economy, education, military, science, transport, trade, diplomacy etc).
III: Nigeria refuses to go back to merit because of 'risk' of Igbo domination.
IV: Nigeria cannot improve, because it cannot run a merit-based society.
Igbo people (the engine of Nigeria’s advancement), are stifled by an Islam-motivated cabal which prefers power to meritocracy. Igbo ostracisation is the main reason for Nigeria’s irreversible backwardness.


End of Discussion.

A round of applause for our beautiful and brainy sister.


Igbos need to find a new way to develop a social economic system that will be unhindered by Nigeria's backwardness.

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by OjukwuWarBird: 7:36am On Mar 16
mrkunlex:
this boy na comedian.he is to funny.ibo dominate all, you are a disgrace to your family

You don't know your history.

Go read pre civil war history of Nigeria in order to know why your ancestors accused Igbos of domination

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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by swanisabella: 8:31am On Mar 17
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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by cnnamoko(m): 1:27am On Mar 25
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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by Pehpehrazee(m): 9:13pm On Mar 25
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Re: Nairaland Says No To Secessionists by b4dawn(m): 9:29am On Mar 26
just look at us as a nation just look at us

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