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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 2:48pm On Jun 11, 2016
ayokellany:
And the eseense of this derange post is

The essence is to sensitise the hypocritical Yoruba bigots to face OduaArewanistan republic and leave Igbos out of their miseries.
Igbos are comfortable having a separate existence from greedy, treasury looters cum murderous parasites.


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By the interview conducted on Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war, the following lies were exposed:

Ojukwu was kind enough to give safe passage to Northerners and others to join the federal side while Easterners were being slaughtered in the North.

1.) The lie that it was an Igbo coup 

2.) The lie about soldiers starving civilian; it was civilians fed the Biafran troops.

The Yoruba lies can't survive for long; they die as soon as they rear their ugly heads.

https://www.nairaland.com/2854914/why-fought-side-ojukwu-biafra

Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war. Before then, he was, because of the first coup 50 years ago, imprisoned in Lagos and in the Enugu but was released by Lt Col Ojukwu.

He wrote his own war account too, entitled “The Reluctant Rebel”, which joined other civil war narratives like ‘The Biafra Story’ (1969) by Frederick Forsyth, ‘Why We Struck’ (1981) by Adewale Ademoyega, ‘Sunset In Biafra’ (1975) by Elechi Amadi, ‘The Nigerian Revolution And the Biafran War’ (1980) by Alexander Madiebo among others.

In this interview with Ademola Adegbamigbe and Femi Anjorin (Idowu Ogunleye snapped the photos), the retired army officer narrated what happened during the first coup, his participation in it and why he, despite being Yoruba, fought on the side of Biafra like other non Igbo officers like Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega and others.

Q: In what area did you take part in that coup?

A: Arrest, seize facility and others…


Q: You were at a point, according to your book, with Captain Adeleke, another Yoruba soldier, who was he?

A: He was a colleague. He is the one who said he wanted to consult the family and we were friends, we both worked in Apapa before the crisis.

Q: I want you to describe what happened to other Yoruba people or non Igbo who fought on the Biafran side – Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega, then Major Kaduna Nzeogwu an Igbo from Opanam in Delta?

A: They were detained like myself, and Nzeogwu was detained, that was a common factor.


Q: In the book, you applaud Ojukwu’s performance in Aburi, explain to us what actually happened because there is this argument that he bamboozled Gowon

A: If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.

Q: Was it Philip Asiodu?

A: The group – Asiodu, and the rest. Their recommendations, what they brought back from Aburi was agreed to be implemented but when they came here they tore it into pieces/.

Q: Ok, was after the agreement was signed in Aburi? They came back to Nigeria….

A: To put it in whatsoever you can say political implementation. They desired to analyse it, it was an agreement not suggestion, that’s where our problem sort of started.

If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 4:32pm On Jun 11, 2016
Know2020:
Videos below will tell if yorubaas are cowards or not. The only two generals that have ever knelt down, cried and begged for their lives in the history of the world were yorubaas.

General Diya begging Abacha

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVNu77xRr9k

General Adisa begging Al mustapha

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3c0WXtsgC8
I think the highest kind of cowardice is when General Miss[he was authentically missed grin] Ojukwu ran away from the battle ground leaving millions of his cowardly followers to diegrin.But I would rather say it is in the DNA of Igbos because Ifeajuna too cowardly ran away not to talk of a whole city of Enugu able bodied youths and men fleeing from the Fulani herdsmen not more than 200 in their backyard prompting them to live in IDP camps till date.The end result is that Diya and Adisa won their battles against Abacha with their strategy but Ojukwu and the other cowardly Igbos lost when their gburugburu ran to Ivory Coast.Such a cowardly tribe...TUFIAKWA.

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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 4:37pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:
I think the highest kind of cowardice is when generals run way from battle grounds leaving millions of his cowardly followers to die as the case of Miss Ojukwu grin.But I would rather say it is in the DNA of Igbos because Ifeajuna too cowardly ran away not to talk of a whole city of Enugu able bodied youths and men fleeing from the Fulani herdsmen not more than 200 in their backyard prompting them to live in IDP camps till date.The end result is that Diya and Adisa won their battles against Abacha with their strategy but Ojukwu and the other cowardly Igbos lost when their gburugburu ran to Ivory Coast.Such a cowardly tribe...TUFIAKWA.

Frustrated IPOO and BFR is dead, double-faced sorcerers of Brown Roof Republic, here is a message from Alhaji Aliyu Gwarzo:

"...We also captured Ilorin, killed their local King and installed our Fulani Emir. We took that ancient town away from the barbarian Yoruba and their filthy pagan gods. We liberated all these places and all these people by imposing Islam on them by force. It was either the Koran or the sword, and most of them chose the Koran..."

Awón akobata Hausa-Fulani! Odudwarf!
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 4:58pm On Jun 11, 2016
Eddygourdo:
you have just proved that typical to a yoruba man, you people don't know yet that you are marginalised in nigeria. Because you are too weak to speak out, and rather take the coward stance to bow to the north and feed off crumbs. If reading the 48 laws of power made u a coward, did every other yoruba man and woman do same ? What explains their own cowardice. When bode george was jailed, many yorubas fought for his release. That is a nigerian thing to be fantastically and morally corrupt and should not be used in your arguement. I have told you that the cowardice of the yorubas is a thing about their nature and not necessarily their social or political conduct. Let me ask you, truthfully and answer. If a revolution where to start, which tribe do you think would be the first to chicken out and run away at the sight of olopa ?
You are the weak ones who would rather bomb inanimte objects in the dead of night or give ultimatums.If Yorubas make up their minds to leave Nigeria now,all of you cannot stop us because it would be a well thought out move and the system used would be very potent but right now,most of us not all are still enjoying ONE NIGERIA cheesy

YOU SAID:

Because you are too weak to speak out, and rather take the coward stance to bow to the north and feed off crumbs

grin ;DYORUBAS HAD NEVER BEEN TOO WEAK IN THEIR GLORIOUS LIVES BUT THEY ARE GREAT THINKERS WHO AT THE END OF THE DAY TAKE HOME THE WINNERS' CUP WHEN THEY EVENTUALLY SEE THE NEED TO GO TO WAR.YORUBAS ARE CONSIDERATE WARRIORS WHO HAVE FOUGHT LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL WARS FOR A PERIOD OF 100 YEARS WHEN YOU AND YOUR PARENTS DID NOT KNOW LEFT FROM RIGHT.Yoruba saved the whole SOUTH from being enslaved by the fulanis like they did to the hausas.Yorubas would decimate you with their eyes closed but a tiger does not shout its tigritude wink grin

Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Leopard2A7: 4:59pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:
I think the highest kind of cowardice is when General Miss[he was authentically missed grin] Ojukwu ran away from the battle ground leaving millions of his cowardly followers to diegrin.But I would rather say it is in the DNA of Igbos because Ifeajuna too cowardly ran away not to talk of a whole city of Enugu able bodied youths and men fleeing from the Fulani herdsmen not more than 200 in their backyard prompting them to live in IDP camps till date.The end result is that Diya and Adisa won their battles against Abacha with their strategy but Ojukwu and the other cowardly Igbos lost when their gburugburu ran to Ivory Coast.Such a cowardly tribe...TUFIAKWA.

You have no shame at all. Yoruba is the only tribe in Nigeria whose warriors were defeated by women. Go and rean about how Dahomey women soldiers conquered Yoruba warriors and sacked yorubas from their communities, yorubas fled in droves as refugees to Abeokuta. You don't know your history.

The definition of cowardice should be yoruba, lmao.

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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Leopard2A7: 5:02pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:

You are the weak ones who would rather bomb inanimte objects in the dead of night or give ultimatums.If Yorubas make up their minds to leave Nigeria now,all of you cannot stop us because it would be a well thought out move and the system used would be very potent but right now,most of us not all are still enjoying ONE NIGERIA cheesy

YOU SAID:

Because you are too weak to speak out, and rather take the coward stance to bow to the north and feed off crumbs

grin ;DYORUBAS HAD NEVER BEEN TOO WEAK IN THEIR GLORIOUS LIVES BUT THEY ARE GREAT THINKERS WHO AT THE END OF THE DAY TAKE HOME THE WINNERS' CUP WHEN THEY EVENTUALLY SEE THE NEED TO GO TO WAR.YORUBAS ARE CONSIDERATE WARRIORS WHO HAVE FOUGHT LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL WARS FOR A PERIOD OF 100 YEARS WHEN YOU AND YOUR PARENTS DID NOT KNOW LEFT FROM RIGHT.Yoruba saved the whole SOUTH from being enslaved by the fulanis like they did to the hausas.Yorubas would decimate you with their eyes closed but a tiger does not shout its tigritude wink grin

yoruba warriors were soundly defeated by women Dahomey warriors who sacked y'll from your communities. Yorubas fled enmass and crowded in Abeokuta as refugees, geeeez. Lmao.
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Eddygourdo(m): 5:14pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:

You are the weak ones who would rather bomb inanimte objects in the dead of night or give ultimatums.If Yorubas make up their minds to leave Nigeria now,all of you cannot stop us because it would be a well thought out move and the system used would be very potent but right now,most of us not all are still enjoying ONE NIGERIA cheesy

YOU SAID:

Because you are too weak to speak out, and rather take the coward stance to bow to the north and feed off crumbs

grin ;DYORUBAS HAD NEVER BEEN TOO WEAK IN THEIR GLORIOUS LIVES BUT THEY ARE GREAT THINKERS WHO AT THE END OF THE DAY TAKE HOME THE WINNERS' CUP WHEN THEY EVENTUALLY SEE THE NEED TO GO TO WAR.YORUBAS ARE CONSIDERATE WARRIORS WHO HAVE FOUGHT LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL WARS FOR A PERIOD OF 100 YEARS WHEN YOU AND YOUR PARENTS DID NOT KNOW LEFT FROM RIGHT.Yoruba saved the whole SOUTH from being enslaved by the fulanis like they did to the hausas.Yorubas would decimate you with their eyes closed but a tiger does not shout its tigritude wink grin
as usual, mouthy with facts and distorted history gotten from ur rectum. Won't waste my time with ur ilk.
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 5:51pm On Jun 11, 2016
Leopard2A7:


You have no shame at all. Yoruba is the only tribe in Nigeria whose warriors were defeated by women. Go and rean about how Dahomey women soldiers conquered Yoruba warriors and sacked yorubas from their communities, yorubas fled in droves as refugees to Abeokuta. You don't know your history.

The definition of cowardice should be yoruba, lmao.

grin DO YOU EVER HAVE ANY WARRIOR...COWARD TRIBE CALLING THE GREAT YORUBAS THAT BUILT EMPIRE LIKE BRITAIN ETC COWARD...Wonders shall never end grin.
You are talking about the great FON warriors that were roundly defeated by THE GREAT EGBA WARRIORS... grin The whole yorubas cannot waste their energies on those stubborn warriors but they were something else grin IF ONLY THEY HAD COME FOR THE COWARDLY REMAINING SOUTHERN TRIBES [ESPECIALLY THE MOST COWARDLY IGBO] EXCLUDING THE BENINS OF COURSE[they are somewhat close to us].

READ WHAT THE WORLD AND EVERYBODY KNOW ABOUT THE GREAT FON WARRIORS WHO WERE UNDEFEATED UNTIL THEY DARED THE YORUBAS grin grin

For the most part, too, the enlarged female corps enjoyed considerable success in Gezo’s endless wars, specializing in pre-dawn attacks on unsuspecting enemy villages. It was only when they were thrown against the Egba capital, Abeokuta, that they tasted defeat. grin Two furious assaults on the town, in 1851 and 1864, failed dismally, partially because of Dahomean overconfidence, but mostly because Abeokuta was a formidable target—a huge town ringed with mud-brick walls and harboring a population of 50,000.


Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/dahomeys-women-warriors-88286072/#7H21qCgeT9rZul5j.99
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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by jneutron4000: 5:54pm On Jun 11, 2016
Eddygourdo:
My dear, don't argue a matter that is well documented. The yorubas themselves know about their cowardice, whether their cowardice is also wisdom is story for another day
Showing bravery with no Atom of sense
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 5:55pm On Jun 11, 2016
Eddygourdo:
as usual, mouthy with facts and distorted history gotten from ur rectum. Won't waste my time with ur ilk.
grin He pain am reach him bone marrow grin
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by jneutron4000: 5:59pm On Jun 11, 2016
Karm16:
Lol the ibos considers Fulanis and ND Avengers to be brave. grin grin Go figure.
No mind am
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 6:03pm On Jun 11, 2016
36xtr36r:


The essence is to sensitise the hypocritical Yoruba bigots to face OduaArewanistan republic and leave Igbos out of their miseries.
Igbos are comfortable having a separate existence from greedy, treasury looters cum murderous parasites.


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By the interview conducted on Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war, the following lies were exposed:

Ojukwu was kind enough to give safe passage to Northerners and others to join the federal side while Easterners were being slaughtered in the North.

1.) The lie that it was an Igbo coup 

2.) The lie about soldiers starving civilian; it was civilians fed the Biafran troops.

The Yoruba lies can't survive for long; they die as soon as they rear their ugly heads.

https://www.nairaland.com/2854914/why-fought-side-ojukwu-biafra

Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war. Before then, he was, because of the first coup 50 years ago, imprisoned in Lagos and in the Enugu but was released by Lt Col Ojukwu.

He wrote his own war account too, entitled “The Reluctant Rebel”, which joined other civil war narratives like ‘The Biafra Story’ (1969) by Frederick Forsyth, ‘Why We Struck’ (1981) by Adewale Ademoyega, ‘Sunset In Biafra’ (1975) by Elechi Amadi, ‘The Nigerian Revolution And the Biafran War’ (1980) by Alexander Madiebo among others.

In this interview with Ademola Adegbamigbe and Femi Anjorin (Idowu Ogunleye snapped the photos), the retired army officer narrated what happened during the first coup, his participation in it and why he, despite being Yoruba, fought on the side of Biafra like other non Igbo officers like Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega and others.

Q: In what area did you take part in that coup?

A: Arrest, seize facility and others…


Q: You were at a point, according to your book, with Captain Adeleke, another Yoruba soldier, who was he?

A: He was a colleague. He is the one who said he wanted to consult the family and we were friends, we both worked in Apapa before the crisis.

Q: I want you to describe what happened to other Yoruba people or non Igbo who fought on the Biafran side – Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega, then Major Kaduna Nzeogwu an Igbo from Opanam in Delta?

A: They were detained like myself, and Nzeogwu was detained, that was a common factor.


Q: In the book, you applaud Ojukwu’s performance in Aburi, explain to us what actually happened because there is this argument that he bamboozled Gowon

A: If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.

Q: Was it Philip Asiodu?

A: The group – Asiodu, and the rest. Their recommendations, what they brought back from Aburi was agreed to be implemented but when they came here they tore it into pieces/.

Q: Ok, was after the agreement was signed in Aburi? They came back to Nigeria….

A: To put it in whatsoever you can say political implementation. They desired to analyse it, it was an agreement not suggestion, that’s where our problem sort of started.

If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.

grin THE MAIN THING IS A FEW YORUBA SOLDIERS DEFEATED SEVERAL BATALLIONS OF IGBO SOLDIERS..THE COWARDS... AT ORE.LOBATAN grin
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Leopard2A7: 6:06pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:


grin DO YOU EVER HAVE ANY WARRIOR...COWARD TRIBE CALLING THE GREAT YORUBAS THAT BUILT EMPIRE LIKE BRITAIN ETC COWARD...Wonders shall never end grin.
You are talking about the great FON warriors that were roundly defeated by THE GREAT EGBA WARRIORS... grin The whole yorubas cannot waste their energies on those stubborn warriors but they were something else grin IF ONLY THEY HAD COME FOR THE COWARDLY REMAINING SOUTHERN TRIBES [ESPECIALLY THE MOST COWARDLY IGBO] EXCLUDING THE BENINS OF COURSE[they are somewhat close to us].

READ WHAT THE WORLD AND EVERYBODY KNOW ABOUT THE GREAT FON WARRIORS WHO WERE UNDEFEATED UNTIL THEY DARED THE YORUBAS grin grin

For the most part, too, the enlarged female corps enjoyed considerable success in Gezo’s endless wars, specializing in pre-dawn attacks on unsuspecting enemy villages. It was only when they were thrown against the Egba capital, Abeokuta, that they tasted defeat. grin Two furious assaults on the town, in 1851 and 1864, failed dismally, partially because of Dahomean overconfidence, but mostly because Abeokuta was a formidable target—a huge town ringed with mud-brick walls and harboring a population of 50,000.


Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/dahomeys-women-warriors-88286072/#7H21qCgeT9rZul5j.99
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Still does not change the fact that yoruba warriors fled from women troops and suffered defeat before y'll crowded yourselves in Abeokuta as refugess. ROTFLMAO.
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Leopard2A7: 6:09pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:


grin THE MAIN THING IS A FEW YORUBA SOLDIERS DEFEATED SEVERAL BATALLIONS OF IGBO SOLDIERS..THE COWARDS... AT ORE.LOBATAN grin

Banjo the yoruba back stabber withdrew the Biafran troops without any real fight surrendering several kilometers of captured ground to his brothers. No wonder he was executed.
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by raumdeuter: 6:10pm On Jun 11, 2016
Ojuku is the only warlord who fled warfront

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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by jneutron4000: 6:10pm On Jun 11, 2016
Eddygourdo:
could the yorubas fight a [b]losing war that was idealogical ? Would they have the guts to do so ? I doubt that bro. The cowardice of the yoruba transcends the war, its just like their untrustwortiness. It transcends the war. Yet we both know that being untrustworthy and cowards defines their nature. Now whether such cowardice has brought prosperity to their region and could now be considered as wisdom , is topic for another day.
Omo is this brainlesssss MuUMuU OOO Even the US military do not engage in a battle they no they can win. you called something a losing battle and you are killing your Army, what happen to the phrase live to fight again? Omo you dull like goat cheesy cheesy
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 6:13pm On Jun 11, 2016
Ogonimilitant:
Op, your post is very funny. Just Google " yorubas are" and find out that even the whole world knows.

These are what I saw...CYBORG...what next?

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WHAT DO THOSE TITLES TELL YOU?Simple...Yorubaphobia...most of those titles were put there by those jealous and afraid of the yorubas which Yorubas too can do by putting Igbos are cannibals,criminals,cowards,ritualists etc or SANUSI LAMIDO is a paedophile but we don't have that childish foolishness they exhibit...They are our junior brothers and sisters and they are still learning how to do things properly smiley
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by jneutron4000: 6:17pm On Jun 11, 2016
Eddygourdo:
my dear wars were fought sometimes over a mere "erection". Read your history. To wage and win a war is most times a matter of pride. Not necessarily to acheieve anything. That is why great kings were judged by how many wars were fought and won. Because only the strong hearted could play such a deathly game. A coward is defined a a person who values life so much that he plays a fool, hoping things solve themselves amicably. Do you see how ur definition above reteriates my point on the well documented cowardice of the yoruba man ? Go and read ur history hon, there was a high ranking officer who was next in line to assume power after the coup. What happened to him. what did he do , how did he run
you still failed in this Point grin you said and i quote '' Great kings were judged by how many war were fought and WON'' so if a king lost all is battle, is it considered a great king? Make una dey think before una write rubbish yeah make i no wound person grin
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Nobody: 6:18pm On Jun 11, 2016
Eddygourdo:
could the yorubas fight a losing war that was idealogical ? Would they have the guts to do so ? I doubt that bro. The cowardice of the yoruba transcends the war, its just like their untrustwortiness. It transcends the war. Yet we both know that being untrustworthy and cowards defines their nature. Now whether such cowardice has brought prosperity to their region and could now be considered as wisdom , is topic for another day.


This is one of the most profoundly foolish things that I have ever read in my life. The igbos must be the bravest of tribes in the world, never mind the Mongols or Chinese or Romans who employed strategy in their battle campaigns. Why strategise when you can just lash out at your enemy in blind rage and emotion. How does one just fight for the sake of it without an end goal in mind, except to assuage the feeling of being wronged? My God. This comment of yours has actually opened my eyes to how you and your ilk really reason, less than base mammals. Even the lion, the so-called King of the Jungle whom you igbos so love to associte yourselves with does and will not foolishly charge into a herd of buffalo because of hunger. It is called common sense/ He bides his time and strikes when it is most appropriate. It is disheartening to note that my fellow human is dafter than a jungle beast, even with millenia upon millenia of civilisation and education, especially in the art of warfare.It would seem the likes of Sun Tsu and Caeser have a lot to learn from the igbo tribe where warfare and battle-mongering are concerened. grin grin grin grin

Since you and your "brave" kin do not know, there is a method to survival. Your "braveness" cost you no less than 3millions lives, not mentioning valuables and assets lost to a most hare-brained challenge of a higher power. So, the 3million dead are just collateral damage? Wow. Anyway, no matter, the actualisation of Biafra is just a breath away four decades after. grin grin grin grin. Meanwhile, the bravest man of you lost scampered away like a cross-dressing transexual. Twisted values. I wonder why he ran. He lost his courage? Perhaps in Biafra land that's how braveness is confirmed? Leaving your footmen and their suckling babies to their unfortunate fate? You are an unfortunate bunch, whose ears itches at the pronouncement of truth. You're all disgusting with your eternal bitching and nagging. Brave "men" indeed. You fought and lost, get the fvck over it you effeminate pansies.

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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 6:27pm On Jun 11, 2016
Timbuktou:

...
Since you and your "brave" kin do not know, there is a method to survival. Your "braveness" cost you no less than 3millions lives, not mentioning valuables and assets lost to a most hare-brained challenge of a higher power. So, the 3million dead are just collateral damage? Wow. Anyway, no matter, the actualisation of Biafra is just a breath away four decades after. grin grin grin grin. Meanwhile, the bravest man of you lost scampered away like a cross-dressing transexual. Twisted values. I wonder why he ran. He lost his courage? Perhaps in Biafra land that's how braveness is confirmed? Leaving your footmen and their suckling babies to their unfortunate fate? You are an unfortunate bunch, whose ears itches at the pronouncement of truth. You're all disgusting with your eternal bitching and nagging. Brave "men" indeed. You fought and lost, get the fvck over it you effeminate pansies.

For your free information, there was nothin

IPOO chest pounders doing what they know best to do thinking their propaganda is still working...

"...We also captured Ilorin, killed their local King and installed our Fulani Emir. We took that ancient town away from the barbarian Yoruba and their filthy pagan gods. We liberated all these places and all these people by imposing Islam on them by force. It was either the Koran or the sword, and most of them chose the Koran..."
- Alhaji Aliyu Gwarzo

https://www.nairaland.com/2529108/yorubas-wrote-british-colonize-scared
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/08/bhuahri-does-not-have-to-love-the-igbo/#sthash.uCdiTjeB.dpuf

Outlined below are the indisputable cases of Yoruba Slavery.

1* Afonja betrayed his Yaribanza people and sold them as perpetual slaves to the Fulani; Ilorin still remains an Islamic caliphate till date.

2* Justice Sowemimo, a Yoruba judge was used by the Hausa-Fulani slave masters to send Chief Awolowo to jail.

3* Chief Awolowo was an unyielding advocate of true federalism but suddenly changed as soon as he was appointed the Minister of local Government and Finance and succeeded in enslaving the Yoruba race .

4* General Oladipo Diya, a Yoruba man was used by his Hausa-Fulani slave masters to batter NADECO, Afenifere, Odua Movement and other Yoruba struggle groups.

5* Yoruba Obas collected bribe from their Hausa-Fulani slave masters instead of fighting for the unjust murder of their "beloved son" MKO Abiola as confessed by Oba Akiolu.

6* The same MKO Abiola financed the coup that sacked his brother Ernest Shonekan and brought in his slave master General Abacha - an Hausa-Fulani to power. 

7* MKO Abiola and other Yoruba elders even went to Dodan Barracks to submit themselves as perpetual slaves to General Sani Abacha for overthrowing their brother. It's so pathetic!

8* A small boy Yakubu Gowon used Pa Awolowo as slave to cling on to power against Southern interest.

Awo died like a rat in my street gutter:http://247ureports.com/how-awolowo-committed-suicide-by-abdulmumini-adeku/
His greed finally nailed him. He died a nobody, the world never celebrated him.

9* Slavish cum coward coup plotters - Oladipo Diya, Abdulkarim Adisa 

Oladipo Diya - the greatest general in the history of Yoruba peole, knelt, wept and begged Abacha for his miserable life:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8VM9hZMYZ0

Yorubas are not only treacherous but always at the servitude of the Northerners which is very worrisome.

Awón akobata Hausa-Fulani!
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 6:37pm On Jun 11, 2016
36xtr36r:


IPOO chest pounders doing what they know best to do thinking their propaganda is still working...

"...We also captured Ilorin, killed their local King and installed our Fulani Emir. We took that ancient town away from the barbarian Yoruba and their filthy pagan gods. We liberated all these places and all these people by imposing Islam on them by force. It was either the Koran or the sword, and most of them chose the Koran..."
- Alhaji Aliyu Gwarzo

https://www.nairaland.com/2529108/yorubas-wrote-british-colonize-scared
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/08/bhuahri-does-not-have-to-love-the-igbo/#sthash.uCdiTjeB.dpuf

Outlined below are the indisputable cases of Yoruba Slavery.

1* Afonja betrayed his Yaribanza people and sold them as perpetual slaves to the Fulani; Ilorin still remains an Islamic caliphate till date.

2* Justice Sowemimo, a Yoruba judge was used by the Hausa-Fulani slave masters to send Chief Awolowo to jail.

3* Chief Awolowo was an unyielding advocate of true federalism but suddenly changed as soon as he was appointed the Minister of local Government and Finance and succeeded in enslaving the Yoruba race .

4* General Oladipo Diya, a Yoruba man was used by his Hausa-Fulani slave masters to batter NADECO, Afenifere, Odua Movement and other Yoruba struggle groups.

5* Yoruba Obas collected bribe from their Hausa-Fulani slave masters instead of fighting for the unjust murder of their "beloved son" MKO Abiola as confessed by Oba Akiolu.

6* The same MKO Abiola financed the coup that sacked his brother Ernest Shonekan and brought in his slave master General Abacha - an Hausa-Fulani to power. 

7* MKO Abiola and other Yoruba elders even went to Dodan Barracks to submit themselves as perpetual slaves to General Sani Abacha for overthrowing their brother. It's so pathetic!

8* A small boy Yakubu Gowon used Pa Awolowo as slave to cling on to power against Southern interest.

Awo died like a rat in my street gutter:http://247ureports.com/how-awolowo-committed-suicide-by-abdulmumini-adeku/
His greed finally nailed him. He died a nobody, the world never celebrated him.

9* Slavish cum coward coup plotters - Oladipo Diya, Abdulkarim Adisa 

Oladipo Diya - the greatest general in the history of Yoruba peole, knelt, wept and begged Abacha for his miserable life:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8VM9hZMYZ0

Yorubas are not only treacherous but always at the servitude of the Northerners which is very worrisome.

Awón akobata Hausa-Fulani!


lol...You would for ever remain slaves in Nigeria and you all know it,reason you are crying for freedom like true and worthy slaves.Only slaves like Igbos had never become executive presidents of their country because slaves cannot rule over their masters. grin
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 6:44pm On Jun 11, 2016
raumdeuter:
Ojuku is the only warlord who fled warfront

And Adekunle..THE SCORPION,a yorubaman was the bravest whom at the sound of his feet,Miss Ojukwu..an Igboman, absconded.LOOK AT THAT COWARD MOUTH grin grin grin grin grin grin

Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 6:49pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:
lol...You would for ever remain slaves in Nigeria and you all know it,reason you are crying for freedom like true and worthy slaves.Only slaves like Igbos had never become executive presidents of their country because slaves cannot rule over their masters. grin

Hilarious!

"Yorubas are perpetual slaves to Northern herdsmen" - Falae, 2015.  

It is a pity that Falae realized this in 2015.
Since the days of Afonja and Alimi, to the days of Awolowo, MKO Abiola, Pa Ajasin and now the Fulanis have been hunting Yorubas for sports...

Awolowo gave the Gambaris the right to take advantage of Yorubas by killing your leaders. Last year 2015 an Almajiri like Kwankwaso came all the way from Kano, assembled cowardly Yoruba leaders in Ibadan and simply told them to shut up!
https://www.nairaland.com/2692759/kwakwansos-insult-yoruba-elders-not

Awón akobata Hausa-Fulani! Awón Oniranu!
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 6:53pm On Jun 11, 2016
36xtr36r:


Hilarious!

"Yorubas are perpetual slaves to Northern herdsmen" - Falae, 2015.  

It is a pity that Falae realized this in 2015.
Since the days of Afonja and Alimi, to the days of Awolowo, MKO Abiola, Pa Ajasin and now the Fulanis have been hunting Yorubas for sports...

Awolowo gave the Gambaris the right to take advantage of Yorubas by killing your leaders. Last year 2015 an Almajiri like Kwankwaso came all the way from Kano, assembled cowardly Yoruba leaders in Ibadan and simply told them to shut up!

grin LOL...Only slaves cry for freedom because they are used to develop other places and they cannot control their destinies just like the Igbos who cannot become president of Nigeria.They are perpetual slaves.Not to worry,you would be released from bondage after 200 years...a promise.. grin grin
https://www.nairaland.com/2692759/kwakwansos-insult-yoruba-elders-not

Awón akobata Hausa-Fulani! Awón Oniranu!
grin grin grin I KNOW YOU AND YOUR COWARDLY PEOPLE ARE STILL CRYING FOR FREEDOM BECAUSE YOU CANNOT BECOME PRESIDENTS.NOT TO WORRY,YOU WOULD BE RELEASED AND AND FREED AFTER 200 YEARS.... grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 6:57pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:
grin grin grin I KNOW YOU ARE STILL CRYING FOR FREEDOM BECAUSE YOU CANNOT BECOME PRESIDENTS.NOT TO WORRY,YOU WOULD BE RELEASED AND AND FREED AFTER 200 YEARS.... grin grin grin grin grin

Akobata Hausa-Fulani, see your fellow Yoruba minion at an NNPC filling station in Oke Aro area, along Idanre road, wailing profusely on the promised 'change':

https://www.nairaland.com/3037501/man-wants-buhari-nigerians-dead

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u4C1AaaeZE
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by mercyville: 7:07pm On Jun 11, 2016
36xtr36r:


Akobata Hausa-Fulani, see your fellow Yoruba minion at an NNPC filling station in Oke Aro area, along Idanre road, wailing profusely on the promised 'change':

https://www.nairaland.com/3037501/man-wants-buhari-nigerians-dead

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u4C1AaaeZE

NOT TO WORRY SLAVE,YOU WOULD BE RELEASED AND AND FREED AFTER 200 YEARS.... grin
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 7:12pm On Jun 11, 2016
mercyville:
NOT TO WORRY SLAVE,YOU WOULD BE RELEASED AND AND FREED AFTER 200 YEARS.... grin

Akobata Hausa-Fulani, if you believed your silly rant you and your slavish generation of backst*bbers wouldn't be running amok on every media page with anti-Biafr* slogans to attempt to quench the call for self-determination.

Your eternal portion still remains with your Fulani masters. Goodluck!
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by raumdeuter: 7:27pm On Jun 11, 2016
Timbuktou:

This is one of the most profoundly foolish things that I have ever read in my life. The igbos must be the bravest of tribes in the world, never mind the Mongols or Chinese or Romans who employed strategy in their battle campaigns. Why strategise when you can just lash out at your enemy in blind rage and emotion. How does one just fight for the sake of it without an end goal in mind, except to assuage the feeling of being wronged? My God. This comment of yours has actually opened my eyes to how you and your ilk really reason, less than base mammals. Even the lion, the so-called King of the Jungle whom you igbos so love to associte yourselves with does and will not foolishly charge into a herd of buffalo because of hunger. It is called common sense/ He bides his time and strikes when it is most appropriate. It is disheartening to note that my fellow human is dafter than a jungle beast, even with millenia upon millenia of civilisation and education, especially in the art of warfare.It would seem the likes of Sun Tsu and Caeser have a lot to learn from the igbo tribe where warfare and battle-mongering are concerened. grin grin grin grin

Since you and your "brave" kin do not know, there is a method to survival. Your "braveness" cost you no less than 3millions lives, not mentioning valuables and assets lost to a most hare-brained challenge of a higher power. So, the 3million dead are just collateral damage? Wow. Anyway, no matter, the actualisation of Biafra is just a breath away four decades after. grin grin grin grin. Meanwhile, the bravest man of you lost scampered away like a cross-dressing transexual. Twisted values. I wonder why he ran. He lost his courage? Perhaps in Biafra land that's how braveness is confirmed? Leaving your footmen and their suckling babies to their unfortunate fate? You are an unfortunate bunch, whose ears itches at the pronouncement of truth. You're all disgusting with your eternal bitching and nagging. Brave "men" indeed. You fought and lost, get the fvck over it you effeminate pansies.

Let me give you an example
One guy say James meet Emeka and Biodun

Tells them to carry drugs to Indonesia

Emeka : Oya lets go I am ready. When should we go.

Biodun: What are the risks involved? How do we carry it, what are the laws in place in Indonesia, what are the loopholes we can explore, Can we get someone else to do it and we pay him so we push the risk to someone else

EMEKA : YORUBA ARE COWARDS, DEM TOO DEY FEAR

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Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Shewunoshewa: 7:28pm On Jun 11, 2016
36xtr36r:


Akobata Hausa-Fulani, if you believed your silly rant you and your slavish generation of backst*bbers wouldn't be running amok on every media page with anti-Biafr* slogans to attempt to quench the call for self-determination.

Your eternal portion still remains with your Fulani masters. Goodluck!

Who is akobata?

A Yoruba man is Ag President and on the way to becoming substantive president and you are here posting bulllshit like a maddd bitttchhhh.

Are you a loooooon@tic?
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by 36xtr36r: 7:35pm On Jun 11, 2016
Shewunoshewa:
Who is akobata?

A Yoruba man is Ag President and on the way to becoming substantive president and you are here posting bulllshit like a maddd bitttchhhh.

Are you a loooooon@tic?

Akobata Hausa-Fulani, you mean the one Saraki called 'common commissioner'?

Frustrated IPOO miscreant, well, you lying propagandists can as well come up with another lie of how Tinubu is controlling Aso-rock from Bourdillion.

Cretinous savage!
Re: Yorubas Are NOT Cowards by Nobody: 7:39pm On Jun 11, 2016
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