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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Nobody: 12:20am On Jan 28, 2016
somebody asked what this was doing in the politics section and not her diary or the nysc section.

i think we all know what the op is up to as you can see from the response of her fellow flatinoids.

op, what's the name of the school and which local government is it located in?

how long did it take you to compose this fiction?

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by HopeAtHand: 12:21am On Jan 28, 2016
raumdeuter:


No Yoruba wants to share the same country as you. majority of Yoruba would rather live in an environment without one single Ibo man and we have made it clear in every way from Onitsha bridge deportation even Oba Akiolu said it

They cant be arsed to fight your battle as well. If you want Biafra fight for it and leave Yorubas out of it.


I doubt if those bolded words are true, because yorubas arent putting in work. The surest way to ensure Igbos arent in your faces is to strategise on how to be separate from them. And that comes with the splitting of the country.

Yorubas, last time ichecked aren't even making any effort to support their claims of not wanting anything with Igbos. How can you be in same country with people you hate, people who hate you aswell. More interestingly is why the Yorubas dont want to leave Nigeria.

Support the Igbos to leave or attempt to leave and see Igbos stand beside you in unity of purpose. Either way, you achieve your wishes.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Twistaray(m): 12:23am On Jan 28, 2016
Txonyi:
i see SW people writing crap here
who can disprove the story using facts?
dont SW parents report their kids to teachers for home made offenses?
father raping daughter is not news in SW
using yoruba to teach english nko........... you guys know its true
mass failure and un seriousness on the part of the teachers is true
so why all the poo SW people are writing in comments section?
you guys should look inwards, SE is miles ahead in terms of education this is no news
i aint here to join issues with you guys though, the NYSC corps member only narrated her story which is true via stated facts so deal with it SW people and stop writing poo



@ the bold NO. 1, how, what is your yardstick and criteria to come to such conclusion?

You mean, your friend toured/did her NYSC in the whole of SW remote areas hence he or she came to such conclusion? cheesy

Ok

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Nobody: 12:25am On Jan 28, 2016
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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by HopeAtHand: 12:26am On Jan 28, 2016
You do away with the Igbos on one hand and on the other, you dont want them to go their separate way. What sef. Is Nigeria a secret cult or secret society or what exactly that one cannot break free.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Ofodirinwa: 12:29am On Jan 28, 2016
blazer234:
Mr or miss op, I am Yoruba. I attended public secondary school in the southwest (not Lagos) and adopted language of teaching is English. I dare say I write and speak better english than yourself.

What is the name of that your secondary school in Abeokuta where Yoruba is used in teaching English language? Mention it or you are just a pot of lie seeking to get back falsely for the pains of 1967 to 1970.
lol
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by dmater: 12:35am On Jan 28, 2016
@ raumdeuter

There are numerus boreholes available in Ahiazu-Mbaise for the villagers. Some villagers still make do with stream water for washing.

The Afor-Oru, Afor-Ogbe, Nkwo-Ala and some other markets in that axis are beehive of activities on their market days, attracting traders from far and near. The market days are usually inundated with much vehicular traffic making the roads almost impassable.

The commodities found in these markets ranges from farm produce, house items to industrial wares. There are also abattoirs.

There is a hospital owned by a Yoruba man in that vicinity. The hospital is located between Afor-Oru market and Nkwo-Ala market.

Ahiara junction is a busy business area with banks, bus terminus and garages.
Ahiara junction is a 4-way interconnection of roads from Owerri to Umuahia and from Ngor-Okpala to Ehime-Mbano (Aba branch).

The LGA is littered with business men and women and many artisans. You can find petrol filling stations, mechanic workshops.

This is the little I can remember about the place. Feel free to confirm the aforementioned places and facts.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Mrbigman1(m): 12:49am On Jan 28, 2016
OmoAjowa7:
So Nri-Bogie what do you want us to do about this?

You want chicken?

On a lighter note, they need to scrap this NYSC junk.Obviously, the tone of the garbage up there makes it clear she's not so cool with Yorubas which is no biggie to me since I myself would have rejected serving in the east.

Why transfer me to a place where I don't like the people from there ?

U need to rest. U deserve it.
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by kenny987(f): 2:00am On Jan 28, 2016
I can't believe no one here even expressed any outrage at the fact that a man was constantly raping his daughter hence her penchant for running away from home. She could have run into ritualists that would then kill her and harvest body parts for their evil activities!

I can't believe no one was bothered about the nonchalant attitude of d teachers towards d students further destroying the already poor educational standards.

I can't believe how some see it as an excuse to display tribal sentiments and reduce it to a dirty comparison of tribes...trying to defend the Yoruba tribe from a perceived attack by an Igbo person...how?

Still I shouldn't be surprised cos it only points to one truth that can never be hidden...One Nigeria is a sham n scam! Split already and let's be 'friendly' neighbours with our territorial integrity intact. Good gracious!

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by raumdeuter: 2:29am On Jan 28, 2016
dmater:
@ raumdeuter

There are numerus boreholes available in Ahiazu-Mbaise for the villagers. Some villagers still make do with stream water for washing.

The Afor-Oru, Afor-Ogbe, Nkwo-Ala and some other markets in that axis are beehive of activities on their market days, attracting traders from far and near. The market days are usually inundated with much vehicular traffic making the roads almost impassable.

The commodities found in these markets ranges from farm produce, house items to industrial wares. There are also abattoirs.

There is a hospital owned by a Yoruba man in that vicinity. The hospital is located between Afor-Oru market and Nkwo-Ala market.

Ahiara junction is a busy business area with banks, bus terminus and garages.
Ahiara junction is a 4-way interconnection of roads from Owerri to Umuahia and from Ngor-Okpala to Ehime-Mbano (Aba branch).

The LGA is littered with business men and women and many artisans. You can find petrol filling stations, mechanic workshops.

This is the little I can remember about the place. Feel free to confirm the aforementioned places and facts.

The hospital in front of the Local Govt? The Yoruba man even named his kids Ibo names I think he is from Ondo or Ekiti

The men of Ahiazu are the most lazy I have ever seen. Its the girls who go to school hoping to flee to Yorubaland upon graduation.

The place is filled with old people. Most of the villages in Umu okrika is connected by bushpath

There is usually acute water shortage in dry season most ppl there put funnels on the roof to collect rain water into a pit which they use in dry season

The Afor-oru market is filled with vultures which I heard the people eat

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by ayokellany: 2:29am On Jan 28, 2016
HopeAtHand:
Seriously, some tribes in Nigeria needs to get their heads checked. Who shares a room with an enemy if not an idiot.

No wonder your father's dead n alive have been pouring to Lagos n other states in Nigeria to share the Nigerian room. It is obvious everyone of them living in Nigeria beyond the 5 Igbotic states are the idiots.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by NRIPRIEST(m): 2:32am On Jan 28, 2016
kenny987:
I can't believe no one here even expressed any outrage at the fact that a man was constantly raping his daughter hence her penchant for running away from home. She could have run into ritualists that would then kill her and harvest body parts for their evil activities!

I can't believe no one was bothered about the nonchalant attitude of d teachers towards d students further destroying the already poor educational standards.

I can't believe how some see it as an excuse to display tribal sentiments and reduce it to a dirty comparison of tribes...trying to defend the Yoruba tribe from a perceived attack by an Igbo person...how?

Still I shouldn't be surprised cos it only points to one truth that can never be hidden...One Nigeria is a sham n scam! Split already and let's be 'friendly' neighbours with our territorial integrity intact. Good gracious!

Nigeria is a sorry place to come from....tufia!

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by OAFMods: 3:15am On Jan 28, 2016
[size=18pt]Yoruba corper serving in the East loading.[/size]

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by hrhobi1(m): 5:02am On Jan 28, 2016
I schooled in Ibadan, everything the op said is true.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by meccuno: 6:28am On Jan 28, 2016
HopeAtHand:
9jacrip, omoajowa7...the Igbos dont like you, you too do not like them. What the hell we doing in same country. The sensible thing is to split. Please join the crusade to split the country, that way, we wouldn't get in each others face.
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Begonia(m): 6:52am On Jan 28, 2016
My heart bleeds for Funmi. Abused at home, abused in school yet no credible law enforcement agents to put a stop to it.

Modified: I just read the comments on the first page. What is wrong with some of you? I'm yet to see the purported bigotry in the OP. Why is there a need to put up a defense?
No one is discussing the abuse.
No one is discussing the emotional turmoil Funmi is passing through.
No one is discussing the apathetic approach to the issue by the teachers. This is an attitude that has, unfortunately, become quite common among many Nigerians when it comes to abuse.
No one is even discussing the ineffectiveness of the police force.
No one is discussing the resultant lack of justice.
Must everything be viewed with a tribal lens?
Why are some of you so messed up?
Is there no limit to this weak-mindedness?

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Nobody: 7:01am On Jan 28, 2016
HopeAtHand:


In what ways do u think Yorubas can assist in the splitting of Nigeria. I need you to throw some ideas from the yoruba angle. Clearly, the efforts made so far by Igbos cannot be over-emphasized. What can the yorubas do about this. Say something.
By leaving Lagos, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun, Osun, Ekiti, Ondo,Oyo and Edo back to wia u belong ni. Then ur wishes will follow instead of posting rubbish post by somone that hasn't step in south west before

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Nobody: 7:02am On Jan 28, 2016
HopeAtHand:


In what ways do u think Yorubas can assist in the splitting of Nigeria. I need you to throw some ideas from the yoruba angle. Clearly, the efforts made so far by Igbos cannot be over-emphasized. What can the yorubas do about this. Say something.
By leaving Lagos, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun, Osun, Ekiti, Ondo,Oyo and Edo back to wia u belong ni. Then ur wishes will follow instead of posting rubbish post by somone that hasn't step in south west before.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Nobody: 7:04am On Jan 28, 2016
hrhobi1:
I schooled in Ibadan, everything the op said is true.
what is the name of the school abeg. Otondo will not say it o.
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by blazer234: 7:13am On Jan 28, 2016
Ofodirinwa:
lol
I meant to write Lies. And don't attempt to change the subject or divert attention. Mention the school where English language is taught using Yoruba as medium. If not, you are a pot of lies seeking to get back for the pains of 1967 to 1970.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by blazer234: 7:20am On Jan 28, 2016
OPCNAIRALAND:
The moral of the story is the pupils were behaving bad and Yoruba parents and teachers had no clue how to fix the problem till this Ada of Iboland got on the scene. She fixed all their problems!

The moral of the lesson is that Yoruba parents want discipline for their kids. For all you know, they would have cained the kids at home, but seek extra punishment at school. Then if your Igbo corper sees caning as absurd, she must be a spoilt brat.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by blazer234: 7:20am On Jan 28, 2016
hrhobi1:
I schooled in Ibadan, everything the op said is true.

Mention the name of the school
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Nobody: 7:24am On Jan 28, 2016
OPCNAIRALAND:
The moral of the story is the pupils were behaving bad and Yoruba parents and teachers had no clue how to fix the problem till this Ada of Iboland got on the scene. She fixed all their problems!
forgive d op on d Aba made story. who will compare Ogun state with any place in the east? teaching english with yoruba damn!
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by HopeAtHand: 8:01am On Jan 28, 2016
chowlade:

By leaving Lagos, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun, Osun, Ekiti, Ondo,Oyo and Edo back to wia u belong ni. Then ur wishes will follow instead of posting rubbish post by somone that hasn't step in south west before

Low Intellectual output is the bane of free education.Pls dnt quote me next time.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by fortuneobi(m): 9:26am On Jan 28, 2016
All what the OP said is true.I did M̶̲̥̅̊Y̶̲̥̅̊ OND in Moshood abiola Polytechnic where most of the̶̲̥̅̊ lecturers 'code mix' during lectures thereby leaving the Non-yoruba student at the mercy of the yoruba students who are willing to interpret wat the lecturer said.....back to the Topic,I see no reason why y'all wud conclude dat the OP is just bin tribalistic .

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by dmater: 9:31am On Jan 28, 2016
raumdeuter:


The hospital in front of the Local Govt? The Yoruba man even named his kids Ibo names I think he is from Ondo or Ekiti

The men of Ahiazu are the most lazy I have ever seen. Its the girls who go to school hoping to flee to Yorubaland upon graduation.

The place is filled with old people. Most of the villages in Umu okrika is connected by bushpath

There is usually acute water shortage in dry season most ppl there put funnels on the roof to collect rain water into a pit which they use in dry season

The Afor-oru market is filled with vultures which I heard the people eat

The hospital is indeed located opposite the LGA secretariat.
You cannot dispute the fact that many old people retire to their villages. And the issue is not peculiar to Ahiazu.

Before the proliferation of bore-holes the people built large reservoirs of under-ground, concrete tanks to collect rain water during the wet season. Such concrete tanks are quite expensive to build for the ordinary man.
At present that practice is no longer in vogue.

It is still the Mbaise men and artisans that own and control the various businesses, the mechanic workshops, electrical workshops, abattoirs, petrol filling stations. Just like the women the men in that area cannot be termed lazy.

Many of the men are great hustlers who seek greener pastures in Gabon, Cameroon, Calabar, Port-Harcourt and some other cities.

Some prominent Nollywood actors and actresses are from Mbaise - Rita Dominic, Genevieve Nnaji, K.O.K, Okey Bakassi etc. The last Foreign Affairs minister in the last dispensation hails from there.

In Igboland the Mbaise people are generally known for their smartness, astuteness and boldness. Gullible people are scarce amongst them and they are difficult to be cheated upon.

Note that the Great Ahiara Declaration by Ojukwu in 1967 took place in that area. You are bound to find the BFR flags and insignias in some nook and cranny of the land. That will tell you how passionate and ambitious the people can be.

You can confirm the aforestated information.

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Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by hrhobi1(m): 10:10am On Jan 28, 2016
blazer234:


Mention the name of the school

Baptist high school liberty road ibadan.
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by Ofodirinwa: 10:31am On Jan 28, 2016
blazer234:

I meant to write Lies. And don't attempt to change the subject or divert attention. Mention the school where English language is taught using Yoruba as medium. If not, you are a pot of lies seeking to get back for the pains of 1967 to 1970.

"Lies"
the English Language
1967 through 1970 or 1967 - 1970


I'm only doing this because you asserted your English was superior.
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by blazer234: 10:52am On Jan 28, 2016
Ofodirinwa:


"Lies"
the English Language
1967 through 1970 or 1967 - 1970


I'm only doing this because you asserted your English was superior.

Ndo englisher
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by blazer234: 10:53am On Jan 28, 2016
Ofodirinwa:


"Lies"
the English Language
1967 through 1970 or 1967 - 1970


I'm only doing this because you asserted your English was superior.
You just shot yourself in the leg. What is the difference between "-" and "to"?
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by blazer234: 10:56am On Jan 28, 2016
hrhobi1:


Baptist high school liberty road ibadan.

First your make-believe diary read Abeokuta, but here you are mentioning a school at Ibadan. Aren't you a confusionist!
Re: Igbo Corper Narrates Her Experience While She Served In Ogun. by callMeAlpha(m): 11:18am On Jan 28, 2016
blazer234:
Mr or miss op, I am Yoruba. I attended public secondary school in the southwest (not Lagos) and adopted medium of teaching is English. I dare say I write and speak better english than yourself.

What is the name of that your secondary school in Abeokuta where Yoruba is used in teaching English language? Mention it or you are just a pot of lies seeking to get back falsely for the pains of 1967 to 1970.
shut up if u're nt sure of wat you're saying.. I av a brother who served in same state around 2013 and he complained of same issue of the students nt familiar wit English language DAT dey had to resort to Yoruba...he said most times he gets annoyed at how he spends hours teaching without being understood..

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