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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by cardoctor(m): 7:28am On May 11, 2016
RIP
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by shevy45(m): 7:31am On May 11, 2016
Abeg if u get people around that side evacuate them shap shap ooo. The military go surely revenge. Na 1-0 on aggregate now.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by ElCapone(m): 7:38am On May 11, 2016
proeast:
Stop decieving yourself, Buhari is nothing but a piece of sh!t, by the time his dull brain understands what is happening, Nigeria's oil production would have been reduced to 200 barrels per day & hunger would become your surname.
and i guess ur own car and gen wld run on ur urine u speak as if da stupidity exihited by dis foolz called militantz wldnt affect u too.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Nobody: 7:39am On May 11, 2016
Nusaf:

I am just laughing at ur ignorance. Ur eyes go clear now now.
Nigerian army will go there and shot at anything moving. what else?
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by DesChyko: 7:41am On May 11, 2016
ki02020:


Confusion.... you call the commander in chief dullard and the soldiers gallant and still expect more military casualties, on who's side are youDon't complain when the military start their own o

During GEJ regime, the Commander-in-Chief was called all sorts of unprintable names while the soldiers were called gallant by you and your cohorts, the opposition. Who are you to judge now? Or is it because Buhari is now on the firing end of the gun?

The only difference I see is that the military would not have engaged in a reprisal illogical attack if we were still under CIVILIAN RULE.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Totti9(m): 7:42am On May 11, 2016
Ontarget:
These militants are too smart for the Nigerian military to crush like Boko Haram.
i dey laff u guyz so u don't know that those guyz is a train soldiers too
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by desmond2pk: 7:45am On May 11, 2016
dicefrost:
In the past, these militants were a rag tag militia whose only weapons were the strength of their backs and the sweat of their skin. Later on one president decided to reward them with money and bogus contracts, even allowing them to import arms and weapons in the name of maritime security. Now, the threat is no longer from a rag tag militia, but a well coordinated, well funded army of dissidents. They have money they have guns, they have the means to hold the country to a standstill. At this point, trying to engage them is futile. Bokoharam has already exposed the inadequacy of our military. A political solution is the only way out. We must renegotiate this Union called Nigeria

A zombie spotted
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Ugosample(m): 7:59am On May 11, 2016
Quakertellicus1:
Takeaways from this thread....

1.When Boko Haram kills soldiers, some people blame the whole North for being so violent. When Niger Delta militants do the same...some people blame the South for being so violent. Me....I think I put both Boko and ND militants in the same boat. They are just as bad as each other (Boko is probably worse).

Both groups have wrecked their home regions over the years...in the name of fighting for their ''rights'' .....to the point that it is going to take ages for the areas to be cleaned up.

No amnesty for both of them.

2.I always hear supporters of the Avengers say that they are fighting for resource control and restructuring of Nigeria. Funny thing is that is what their seniors said back in 2009....until the government gave them amnesty....then all that talk went away.

3.Since when were thugs responsible for guarding pipelines? How long are we going to pay danegeld to a group of people who are not really interested in anything but their pockets? (Google the meaning of danegeld....very enlightening).

4.If you want resource control and restructuring....go to the National Assembly. Stop all this talk about how the ''North'' would stop you. You put pressure on your NA reps...who then will make the necessary compromises/meetings with other reps....to get the necessary bills/laws passed.

5.For over ten years now...the Niger Delta has gotten far more money than other parts of the country. YET....the area is still underdeveloped....and yet people are not ready to ask why. Because it is far easier to blame the North than to look inward at corrupt leaders like Ibori and Alams.

6.Blowing up pipelines is silly. It worsens the environment, and drives away investors. And when there are no investors, there are no jobs...and the Niger Delta gets poorer. Meanwhile...oil is being discovered elsewhere in Africa. The Niger Delta is dispensable.

7. Someone here blamed Buhari for the deaths of the soldiers. Meanwhile that same person was blaming the North for the death of soldiers in BH territory during the last administration. Why not blame the Niger Delta now? We in the SS allowed this mess to happen because we did not invest in our youth, we did not spend more on education, we wasted the 13% derivation we got....and now we are reaping the fruits of neglect.

8. More money is not going to fix the Niger Delta. The region needs restructuring of people's minds. It does not need more money. Same goes for the North and everywhere else.

9.Some people still have not gotten over the last election.

10.We do not need a new amnesty/danegeld/restructuring/whatever. We need serious leadership from our governors and other local rulers in the South South.



I agree with your submissions
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by engrlarex(m): 8:11am On May 11, 2016
all of you hurling insults on the President are sick, most of you your father is not even fit to contest for Councillor. even you the product of baby factories are not fit to be class captain.

Nobody can use violence to bargain for money with the governnent again. that has gone, during the last administration those that were turned to Instant Billionaires through Amnesty what was their return to the community. Dokubo was investing in Benin Republic, Tompolo was doing what and Boyloaf. most of you drumming for war go and watch the documentary of Civil war, even how US invaded Afghanistan u'l cry, u won't pray it for ur enemy.




















God Bless NA,
God Bless The President.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by persius555(m): 8:26am On May 11, 2016
Quakertellicus1:
Takeaways from this thread....

1.When Boko Haram kills soldiers, some people blame the whole North for being so violent. When Niger Delta militants do the same...some people blame the South for being so violent. Me....I think I put both Boko and ND militants in the same boat. They are just as bad as each other (Boko is probably worse).

Both groups have wrecked their home regions over the years...in the name of fighting for their ''rights'' .....to the point that it is going to take ages for the areas to be cleaned up.

No amnesty for both of them.

2.I always hear supporters of the Avengers say that they are fighting for resource control and restructuring of Nigeria. Funny thing is that is what their seniors said back in 2009....until the government gave them amnesty....then all that talk went away.

3.Since when were thugs responsible for guarding pipelines? How long are we going to pay danegeld to a group of people who are not really interested in anything but their pockets? (Google the meaning of danegeld....very enlightening).

4.If you want resource control and restructuring....go to the National Assembly. Stop all this talk about how the ''North'' would stop you. You put pressure on your NA reps...who then will make the necessary compromises/meetings with other reps....to get the necessary bills/laws passed.

5.For over ten years now...the Niger Delta has gotten far more money than other parts of the country. YET....the area is still underdeveloped....and yet people are not ready to ask why. Because it is far easier to blame the North than to look inward at corrupt leaders like Ibori and Alams.

6.Blowing up pipelines is silly. It worsens the environment, and drives away investors. And when there are no investors, there are no jobs...and the Niger Delta gets poorer. Meanwhile...oil is being discovered elsewhere in Africa. The Niger Delta is dispensable.

7. Someone here blamed Buhari for the deaths of the soldiers. Meanwhile that same person was blaming the North for the death of soldiers in BH territory during the last administration. Why not blame the Niger Delta now? We in the SS allowed this mess to happen because we did not invest in our youth, we did not spend more on education, we wasted the 13% derivation we got....and now we are reaping the fruits of neglect.

8. More money is not going to fix the Niger Delta. The region needs restructuring of people's minds. It does not need more money. Same goes for the North and everywhere else.

9.Some people still have not gotten over the last election.

10.We do not need a new amnesty/danegeld/restructuring/whatever. We need serious leadership from our governors and other local rulers in the South South.

Well said. This is the fact that a lot of bias users on this forum will not want to hear. The Niger Delta struggle has not started yet. The goal of the struggle cannot be actualised by carrying arms.
Issac Boro and Ken Saro Wiwa never took up arms but they have made more meaningful impact to the struggle than these criminals have made.
Neither Issac Adaka Boro nor Ken Saro Wiwa got a penny to bring the plight of the Niger Deltans to the world. The likes of the former militants have become overnight billionaires and the status quo has not changed.


Today, the so called militants have hijacked the struggle and money has become the means to an end. Has anyone asked why the governors and senators from the Niger Delta have not been accountable to the people in the region?

Personally, i feel there is a grand conspiracy in all of these issues. Why dont the militants ask the governors to account for what they have been doing with the billions of naira they have been recieving as oil allocation first.What has the governors and reps contributed done to address the continued degredation of the environment by oil spillages.

They (the governors and reps) should be in the fore front of this struggle not a bunch of criminal gangs who care less about the Niger Delta people.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by precious1967(m): 8:28am On May 11, 2016
deathmen12:
Dnt be deceive...no militant was killed in odi nt even 1. The NA went their 2 kill children and old pple. Everytim odi bt stil dm tompolo, asari, ateke criple d economy, abeg make i hear word
ask those u mentioned there names to come out from their hidings and face fg. they are now fugitives/wanted for various offences.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by tefund(m): 8:31am On May 11, 2016
ameshinoye:

I don't know why people still thinks if FG really want to deal with Niger Deltans, they will not go by full NAF airstrikes accross the creeks instead of army. You guys don't know anything!
think properly ,there are network of oil installation in the creek this would be counter productive for the fg
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by persius555(m): 8:33am On May 11, 2016
engrlarex:
all of you hurling insults on the President are sick, most of you your father is not even fit to contest for Councillor. even you the product of baby factories are not fit to be class captain.

Nobody can use violence to bargain for money with the governnent again. that has gone, during the last administration those that were turned to Instant Billionaires through Amnesty what was their return to the community. Dokubo was investing in Benin Republic, Tompolo was doing what and Boyloaf. most of you drumming for war go and watch the documentary of Civil war, even how US invaded Afghanistan u'l cry, u won't pray it for ur enemy.




















God Bless NA,
God Bless The President.
Please, stop the un-necessary abuse.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Josephjnr(m): 8:42am On May 11, 2016
But wait o,are dis avengers or whatever now part of Nigeria armed forces or should we consider them terrorists abi na cultists? If they are part of our armed forces,they should stand their ground but if not,the earlier they calm down the better for their communities. I dey Lagos the look/read/hear from distance.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by 0866ma081: 9:04am On May 11, 2016
otukpo:
Buhari, we want peace in Nigeria.

Deploying soldiers in various commodities in this country is not going to achieve peace in this country.

Be reasonable with your orders and comments.

It will go a long way.
I doubt if you understand the story from the beginning
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Ryabcool(m): 9:05am On May 11, 2016
Deepfreezer:
you think niger Deltans are like Shiites. if the military dare attack civilians I swear it will be a full blown war in Nigeria.
Obasanjo leveled Odi, what happened? Nothing. Stop making mouth.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Brightology2(m): 9:06am On May 11, 2016
Keneking:
This would not deter the government from not picking up their boss, Jonathan this month of May.Nothing is gonna stop that action .

Jonathan sef
dream on
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Unbrandedguy: 9:17am On May 11, 2016
ki02020:


Confusion.... you call the commander in chief dullard and the soldiers gallant and still expect more military casualties, on who's side are youDon't complain when the military start their own o

Oya Buhari command troops to level the Niger delta!!! Rid bayelsa of any breathing human being.. You're the president with a strong hand.. Nobody can challenge you.. But rmbr that one day... U will follow the likes of Abacha. A was presidio indeed.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Unbrandedguy: 9:20am On May 11, 2016
Ryabcool:
Obasanjo leveled Odi, what happened? Nothing. Stop making mouth.

Maybe you we're a neophyte during that time.. The ICC law against such action hasn't been put in place. Now its fully in effect. Buhari will drown like he said yesterday.. Let him go and cleanse Bayelsa. The sea is growing to accommodate those that will drown with him!
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Unbrandedguy: 9:23am On May 11, 2016
Josephjnr:
But wait o,are dis avengers or whatever now part of Nigeria armed forces or should we consider them terrorists abi na cultists? If they are part of our armed forces,they should stand their ground but if not,the earlier they calm down the better for their communities. I dey Lagos the look/read/hear from distance.

They have said they will come to Lagos shores.. Ain't you aware?? The gods of the rivers gave birth to them, the naval police will testify when they come around.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Unbrandedguy: 9:26am On May 11, 2016
Ontarget:

Nigerian army will go there and shot at anything moving. what else?

ICC next, IPOB gets more evidence and facts to kip pressing world nations, Buhari kips spitting fire, he eventuality calls for more military action like Maumar gadhaffi.. Then u can tell the end..

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by meshinoye(m): 9:35am On May 11, 2016
DesChyko:


During GEJ regime, the Commander-in-Chief was called all sorts of unprintable names while the soldiers were called gallant by you and your cohorts, the opposition. Who are you to judge now? Or is it because Buhari is now on the firing end of the gun?

The only difference I see is that the military would not have engaged in a reprisal illogical attack if we were still under CIVILIAN RULE.

No military man respect a civilian Commander -in -Chief.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by DesChyko: 10:51am On May 11, 2016
meshinoye:

No military man respect a civilian Commander -in -Chief.
Okay o
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Zhul001(m): 11:22am On May 11, 2016
marshalcarter:
Yar'adua..keep resting in peace



Since the dullard dully dullest travel lover refuse to have sense...dis is wat wud happen

RIP gallant soldiers
The problem with you people is lack education, Character and intelligence which has devoid you people of sane sense of judgement.
People who couldn't even rally round there own for a successful presidential office term, but rather embarked on theft and mass looting. South south, South East una get big problem, the once amongst you who have traveled across Nigeria are far more enlightened.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Kiish(m): 12:06pm On May 11, 2016
boko haram in the North, Militants in the South, Herdsmen roaming around the middle, causing havoc and spilling blood. God help us in this Country.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by FuckTheM0ds(m): 12:54pm On May 11, 2016
LMFashions:
Militants 1-0 NA
RIP Soldiers
cool down match never finish na. Return leg don knack o. Oboy match na niger militants 1-1 NDA. Read below

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