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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by simplycarro: 5:27pm On Jun 15, 2017
HiddenShadow:



Nigerian Breweries import Barley, mix it with malted sorghum and maiza to produce wort( extract sugar ) this sugar is fermented to produce star.

Do you know that Star is exported to the UK.?



We can go to Ghana to buy their Shea butter seed, process it to a better agro allied product and export it to Tanzania


We can go to Tanzania, get an agricultural product, convert it to a useful product and sell it to Ghana


It is pure common economic sense

When will Afonjas open your mind

So those thing you mentioned are finished products ?
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by HiddenShadow: 5:29pm On Jun 15, 2017
simplycarro:


So those thing you mentioned are finished products ?


Star is a finished product of barley sorghum and maize


We can do so for all agricultural products


All we need to do , is to reinvent our education

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by deedeedee1: 5:40pm On Jun 15, 2017
HiddenShadow:



God bless you

Unfortunately, your brothers aren't getting the deal

With an improved education, we can send out our scientists, engineers and technologists to all nations of the world to study what they have both agricultural and non agricultural raw materials, and convert them to useful products which will then be exported to other nations that don't have them in large quantities


Biafra can follow that part in the area of

Agriculture

Technology

Tourism

etc


Biafra can become the manufacturing hub of the world with fierce determination
I believe biafra will do far better than nigeria. This country can never move forward. I dont know why many of my people keep holding on to the country that will not work. I just dont know why.
SMH!!!:@

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by OAUTemitayo: 5:42pm On Jun 15, 2017
EasternWind:
A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Padlock And Who Has The Keys?



This Hausa man took a deep cut of his gworo and said to me, "Biafra will be landlocked, over populated, they will loose so much wealth and the separation will most likely be a war".

I sipped my wine, because I knew he was on the cheapest fears and I said to him,"I have all the keys to those pad locks".

First look at these..
Two scenarios. A Biafra with the south south and another without the south south.
Without the South South... How has landlock stopped a nation from growing? In this era of Antonov An-225 Hercules planes that can lift over 450,000kg equivalent to almost 2 ships and who remembers a SEAPORT in this generation of INTERNET-PORT when 85% of world's transactions are done through high speed broadband Internet. Gambia, Togo, Benin, Mauritania, Guinea etc., all have unlimited assess to the sea. Ha ji ya mee gini? Are they in anyway doing better than Rwanda, Bostwana and little Djibouti. In fact Djibouti is servicing 25 African countries with its Antonov plane nicknamed SKY-PORT that covers its most distant point in Africa from Djibouti in 18hrs while it will take 3 days to move a 40ft container from Apapa to Aba. Rwanda without a StreamPort nor RiverPort, not to talk of seaport is Africa's best growing economy!
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In Europe, the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain) have a peninsulaic access to the sea, whenever the storm of recession comes, it first sweeps them into the same damn sea, they are Eurozone weakest nations while landlocked countries like Luxembourg, Austria and Germany are waxing strong. As in "ha kwu chim n'ala"

In Asia, Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Dubai are not only landlocked but desert locked and how has that affected them? Who sea epp?

If the SS is not Biafra, there are various international corridors and laws that can sort things out, not forgetting that a greater communication with that region must cross through the Southeast (Biafra).
But if the Yoruba republics are declared and the complete anticipated Biafra is pronounced with the SouthSouth, though, doesn't actually exist but created politically made to exist. Then the north is simply DEADLOCKED and then mallam, I will advice you to chew less of this gworo now, so you can be able to eat something when it is presented to you.


On the population, what laws says all Biafrans must live in Biafra land? What percentage even lives in the north? Less than 3%, Yes just a handful of Biafrans lives in the North.

When you go to some places in the southeast, the population looks like there is a festivity going on but you must admit that the Greater Tokyo Metropolitan has a population of 37 million people and Monaco has a density of 22,500 per sq. km. I don't see people walking on the heads of others in such places, rather I see a China, India, Japan, USA, Mexico that has harnessed and muscled the strengths of their population into development. Even Lagos explosively developed due to population increase, that people had to push back the sea. 1000 skyscrapers in Biafra land, in no joke will solve the housing problem of Biafra by 95%! Take this to the bank!
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On Biafrans loosing their wealth, I need not go outside Nigeria for an answer. In 1970, Biafrans got £20 and in 1975, there were millionaires already in Biafra land, the likes of Chisco, Ekene Dili Chukwu, Emeka Offor and even in 1979, Alex Ekwueme single handedly sponsored NPN to presidency that he was rewarded with a VP seat. Now show me one man, east, south, north and west that is wealthy from all the inheritance of the abandoned property?

The North is still underdeveloped, impoverished and incomparably out of tone with the 21st century.

On separations meaning a war...
This defines the sum of the accumulation of the northern cowardice, as if Russia broke up through a war, what about Eritrea? Singapore and Malaysia? There are more peaceful resolutions to conflicts than the vampire attitudes of the Northern Nigeria but let it be clear to you mallam; eshi à muru dike na mba, ka à muru ibe ya!

The problem of the Northern Nigeria is that they are brain-locked, spiritually-locked, psycho-locked, greed-locked, future-locked, even landlocked and above all DEADLOCKED by their ancestors who have long lost the keys to UNLOCK their future and yet they want everyone to synchronize with their backwardness and then still think its about PDP vs APC political affairs.

- Edwin Bishops
Anambra Media Team

http://www.thebiafratelegraph.co/2017/06/landlocked-biafra-vs-deadlocked.html
Dubai is landlocked?

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by OAUTemitayo: 5:43pm On Jun 15, 2017
HiddenShadow:
There are several rivers that connects the Igbo nation to the sea

River Niger

Azumini

IMO River

Orashi River

Otamiri River


with Israeli and Biafran technology, we can dredge those rivers to allow importation


Even the sea that connects calabar to the ocean can be further dredged to accommodate larger vessels


All this talk of landlock is just a scare tactics that can't work
You will dredge into another countries territory?
You well so?

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by tiswell(m): 7:30pm On Jun 15, 2017
dolphinife:
The question you lot should ask is that what are those things Northerners are benefitting from the Igbos....absolutely nothing


But over 80percent of all your foodstuffs comes from the north....including your meat....

The Igbos should mention 3 things they produce which are being used in the north, that without those things, the northerners will shiver Just 3 things....

Ordinary tomato glut last year, the whole country nearly collapsed......

I am a Yoruba, what are those things Igbos produce that I can't do without on a daily basis??

But I can tell everybody that none of us can go hungry for a day, even tho we use our money to by the foodstuff, but they produce those things....

What aare the things Igbos produce for others to use
where do you get palm oil fromsad

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by ThatIgboBoy: 8:03pm On Jun 15, 2017
EasternWind:
Ndi Igbo na atu ilu si, "Anodu ala ahara ma akwuru oto amara onye ka ibe ya".

To mean- People seems equal in height while sitting but when they stand up u know each persons height and who's taller.

Divide Nigeria and we shall know the parasites, semi-parasites and the host.

Everyone's strength shall be exposed

In Biafra I stand

Quote of the day

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by lyricalpontiff(m): 8:23pm On Jun 15, 2017
Cool information
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by furrr(m): 8:29pm On Jun 15, 2017
HiddenShadow:



Nigerian Breweries import Barley, mix it with malted sorghum and maiza to produce wort( extract sugar ) this sugar is fermented to produce star.

Do you know that Star is exported to the UK.?



We can go to Ghana to buy their Shea butter seed, process it to a better agro allied product and export it to Tanzania


We can go to Tanzania, get an agricultural product, convert it to a useful product and sell it to Ghana


It is pure common economic sense

When will Afonjas open your mind

Why are you not doing all what you just mentioned currently you don't need to have your country to do all that....... unless it's not economically feasible to do so........... And with all your supposed technical and educational prowess two state in the north have an IGR bigger than the entire south east states combined...........

And come to think of it what is stopping the north from doing exactly what you just mentioned........ undecided

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by hilroy: 8:41pm On Jun 15, 2017
It easier to blab around. You can make comparison to all those landlocked countries all you want except none of those countries is as barren and erosion ravaged as Alaigbo.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by honeychild(f): 8:43pm On Jun 15, 2017
HiddenShadow:



Did your ancestors feed my ancestors before 1914



Biafra, will not trade with the North


Live with it


Our land is sufficient to feed us

If we need more food, other African countries are there


Israel will help us to build a vibrant agricultural system that made them exporters of foods


Biafran and Israeli technology will work hand in hand in Agriculture

The way Trump was supposed to bomb Nigeria out of existence? I remember one clown in February that was ranting here, telling Trump that they are now under his protection because they were shot while demonstrating for him.

Keep relying on people who did not enter into any agreement with you. Later you will start screaming "betrayal!"

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by patrick89(m): 8:50pm On Jun 15, 2017
dolphinife:
The question you lot should ask is that what are those things Northerners are benefitting from the Igbos....absolutely nothing


But over 80percent of all your foodstuffs comes from the north....including your meat....

The Igbos should mention 3 things they produce which are being used in the north, that without those things, the northerners will shiver Just 3 things....

Ordinary tomato glut last year, the whole country nearly collapsed......

I am a Yoruba, what are those things Igbos produce that I can't do without on a daily basis??

But I can tell everybody that none of us can go hungry for a day, even tho we use our money to by the foodstuff, but they produce those things....

What aare the things Igbos produce for others to use
80 per cent where? apart from beans mention another one.. we produce 60 percent of yam 100 percent of garri, fio fio, red oil, vegetable, cassava, cocoa yam, 60 percent of rice, ukwa, 80 percent of maize, what do we get from north apart from, beans, pepper, tomatoes, that is all.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by KevinDein: 8:54pm On Jun 15, 2017
furrr:


Why are you not doing all what you just mentioned currently you don't need to have your country to do all that....... unless it's not economically feasible to do so........... And with all your supposed technical and educational prowess two state in the north have an IGR bigger than the entire south east states combined...........

And come to think of it what is stopping the north from doing exactly what you just mentioned........ undecided
That hiddenshaddow dude has got to be the most deluded nairalander; even the famous Musiwa has got nothing on him.

His posts never make sense and how they manage to garner likes on a constant basis speaks volumes of the mental states of his fellow iPOD members

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by Nobody: 8:57pm On Jun 15, 2017
deedeedee1:

Baba shut your dirty mouth. The northerners produce and i buy with my money. The igbos, yoruba, and hausa are all parasites. The niger deltans are the ones feeding us. If price of a barrel of crude oil falls, you will know who feeds who. If hausas dont sell tomatoe to me, i can plant them in osun state. Yorubaland is fertile.
The yorubas and igbos still contribute small crude oil to the country. The question is what do the northerners contribute to the country? They carved many states for themselves, lie about their population, created many local government for themselves, because they want to take more from niger deltan oil.
The hausa-fulanis are parasitic, greedy, and backward. Yoruba people should better keep shut if you want to defend the hausas. The hausas are greedy people who can not survive without niger delta crude oil.
Let this shitty country split once and for all



The conclusion is both the Hausas, Yorubas and Ibos are all parasites.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by deedeedee1: 9:03pm On Jun 15, 2017
Ekinematics:



The conclusion is both the Hausas, Yorubas and Ibos are all parasites.
Yes. But the northerners are more parasitic

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by Deltagiant: 9:13pm On Jun 15, 2017

This Hausa man took a deep cut of his gworo and said to me, "Biafra will be landlocked, over populated, they will loose so much wealth and the separation will most likely be a war".

How could an independent Biafra be over populated when Lagos state which has the smallest land mass amongst all states in Nigeria has the largest population in Nigeria...over 21 million and counting. Assuming Biafra becomes an Igbo only nation (not likely), massive land would still be available.


Anambra the smallest state in land mass in the Igbo speaking land is way bigger than Lagos state.

Igbo population world wide is below 50 million.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by furrr(m): 9:21pm On Jun 15, 2017
deedeedee1:

Yes. But the northerners are more parasitic

This is the problem with some of you guys

You come to our land to trade........ trading that involves buying and selling ie you buy from manufactures and sell to us...... in this relationship it's clear that you guys benefit more........ Now if a country say nigeria was to have a fallout with usa when the trade is greatly skewed to the benefit of 9ja who do you think will suffer more.......

What the easterners fail to understand is that it's not like you go to the north to establish factories that employ local people in the north
What your people do is TRADING that can easily be replaced...........

To make it more clearer
You guys are the SELLERS the north is the BUYER it dosent take a genius to understand who benefit more from this relationship.......

There is nothing the easterners bring to the table that cannot be easily replaced......

Now calling anyone a parasite is strictly and cautiously reserved for the SS guys which you guys are desperately trying to attache by force........

Just saying undecided

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by deedeedee1: 9:53pm On Jun 15, 2017
furrr:


This is the problem with some of you guys

You come to our land to trade........ trading that involves buying and selling ie you buy from manufactures and sell to us...... in this relationship it's clear that you guys benefit more........ Now if a country say nigeria was to have a fallout with usa when the trade is greatly skewed to the benefit of 9ja who do you think will suffer more.......

What the easterners fail to understand is that it's not like you go to the north to establish factories that employ local people in the north
What your people do is TRADING that can easily be replaced...........

To make it more clearer
You guys are the SELLERS the north is the BUYER it dosent take a genius to understand who benefit more from this relationship.......

There is nothing the easterners bring to the table that cannot be easily replaced......

Now calling anyone a parasite is strictly and cautiously reserved for the SS guys which you guys are desperately trying to attache by force........

Just saying undecided
And who said i am igbo? I am not igbo but a yoruba. I never said the east and west are not parasites, i only said the north is more parasitic.
Get it?
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by EzeUche(m): 9:56pm On Jun 15, 2017
If the Igbos leave Nigeria, Nigeria will disintegrate

We all know this.

And the North will be truly landlocked.

While the sea will reach Igboland because of global warming.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by Nwakaumu2: 9:57pm On Jun 15, 2017
furrr:


This is the problem with some of you guys

You come to our land to trade........ trading that involves buying and selling ie you buy from manufactures and sell to us...... in this relationship it's clear that you guys benefit more........ Now if a country say nigeria was to have a fallout with usa when the trade is greatly skewed to the benefit of 9ja who do you think will suffer more.......

What the easterners fail to understand is that it's not like you go to the north to establish factories that employ local people in the north
What your people do is TRADING that can easily be replaced...........

To make it more clearer
You guys are the SELLERS the north is the BUYER it dosent take a genius to understand who benefit more from this relationship.......

There is nothing the easterners bring to the table that cannot be easily replaced......

Now calling anyone a parasite is strictly and cautiously reserved for the SS guys which you guys are desperately trying to attache by force........

Just saying undecided
If trading is that all easy what has stopped you from doing it for the past 100 years? Don't you like to make gain Igbos are making.The simple answer is that you can't do it because you are lazy parasites.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by reuben79: 10:04pm On Jun 15, 2017
wat igbos jst need is presidency.............all d biafra of a thins its jst a joke........... and igbo can never be president of nigeria,as far as yorubas and hausa/fulani ar still colabo....and south south cannot help them cos of diffre tribes and diffrs languages...............and d worst part of if is dat igbos hate hausa/fulani nd fine difficult to do politices with yorubas..........i never knw how igbos we get there.
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by GrandGarcon: 10:41pm On Jun 15, 2017
dolphinife:
The question you lot should ask is that what are those things Northerners are benefitting from the Igbos....absolutely nothing


But over 80percent of all your foodstuffs comes from the north....including your meat....

The Igbos should mention 3 things they produce which are being used in the north, that without those things, the northerners will shiver Just 3 things....

Ordinary tomato glut last year, the whole country nearly collapsed......

I am a Yoruba, what are those things Igbos produce that I can't do without on a daily basis??

But I can tell everybody that none of us can go hungry for a day, even tho we use our money to by the foodstuff, but they produce those things....

What aare the things Igbos produce for others to use
How many tinned tomatoes are produced in Nigeria? Those tomatoes are from Cameroun, I was there and I saw tomato farms in Bafousam.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by GrandGarcon: 10:42pm On Jun 15, 2017
reuben79:
wat igbos jst need is presidency.............all d biafra of a thins its jst a joke........... and igbo can never be president of nigeria,as far as yorubas and hausa/fulani ar still colabo....and south south cannot help them cos of diffre tribes and diffrs languages...............and d worst part of if is dat igbos hate hausa/fulani nd fine difficult to do politices with yorubas..........i never knw how igbos we get there.
That is what you think. But think again.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by Doublecheck: 12:57am On Jun 16, 2017
dolphinife:



Lmao....red oil?? So igbos sell red oil to the north

How many northerners eat vegetables or include it in their delicacies??...infact, the only vegetable Igbos have is Ugwu, any other vegetables belong to the Yorubas....how many northerners eat Igbo garri??.....

All those 3 things you mentioned, the northerners can do without them for months and they wouldn't blink......but 80percent of foodstuff u consumed are always coming from the north....so who's now a parasite

You sound so dumb, like one who did not see the four walls of crèche talkless of Primary-1, I woudered how others manage to try and engage you with all the stupidity that you exhume like a decomposed corpse, personally I would have ignored you foolishness but I was forced to address your Afonja lies as no body have done so else I would have ignored you to merry in your ignorance, before it becomes Afonja truths.

If Igbo's don't sell red oil to the north who does? is it Afonjas that have that oil that stinks to the pits of hell that sells to them?
So northerners don't eat vegetables, only southerners do? See how tribalism have made you stupid, soon you will be roaming
Every Nigerian knows that Igbo's have the food delicacy in the federation and as a matter of fact all the vegetables too, the Afonja on the other hand eat only ewedu and efo leaf, while the Igbo's have ugwu, green, scent leave, oha, water leaf, bitter leaf, etc. The Akwacross group come second to Igbo's in food Afonjas don't even make the list at all so try another lie, and does it matter how many northerners eat garri as long as they eat garri, is it all easterners that eat wheat? Also There is nothing we buy in the north that is not grown in the east except a few that are not grown in commercial quantities.

The east on the other hand can do away with everything from the north when there was tomato scarcity it was not felt in the east because we have our indigenous foods and stew like ofe akwu, and other local delicacies the can be used to spice up and eat our meals. If 80% foods eaten in the east are from the north then That shows we are doing the north a great favor and a disservice to ourselves and should we stop eating 80% food from the north the north will be the biggest loser while we will gain more because we will eat more of our indigenous food while Saving the excessive money that goes into buy food from the north.

I hope I have been able to educate your flaccid brain though a difficult task for an illiterate like you to learn that is why I tried to keep it as short and simple as possible. Olodo.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by ItsMeAboki(m): 1:08am On Jun 16, 2017
All this chest beating would soon come to an end; come October 1 when Arewa whistle is blown on the Igbos then we will all see more clearly who are the real parasites and foolishly miscalculated. cool

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by Doublecheck: 1:13am On Jun 16, 2017
ItsMeAboki:
All this chest beating would soon come to an end; come October 1 when Arewa whistle is blown on the Igbos then we will all see more clearly who are the real parasites and foolishly miscalculated. cool
Almanjiri shut up

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by MalcoImX: 5:49am On Jun 16, 2017
EasternWind:
U would've made some sense by mobilizing ur people to protest for referendum to be given to Biafrans. Confused or not should be our concern not urs.

Or are u afraid of something u wish not to disclose?
That's the problem always with Igbo agitators. You're always looking up to somebody to help you achieve your aims.

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by KevinDein: 6:26am On Jun 16, 2017
deedeedee1:

And who said i am igbo? I am not igbo but a yoruba. I never said the east and west are not parasites, i only said the north is more parasitic.
Get it?
LMAO
What is more parasitic? You've got any scale to measure the degree of parasitsm? Definitely not. A parasite is a parasite. If you are not from the Niger Delta you are just as parasitic as everyone else.

So get over yourself.
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by stealthtiger(m): 7:55am On Jun 16, 2017
Doublecheck:


You sound so dumb, like one who did not see the four walls of crèche talkless of Primary-1, I woudered how others manage to try and engage you with all the stupidity that you exhume like a decomposed corpse, personally I would have ignored you foolishness but I was forced to address your Afonja lies as no body have done so else I would have ignored you to merry in your ignorance, before it becomes Afonja truths.

If Igbo's don't sell red oil to the north who does? is it Afonjas that have that oil that stinks to the pits of hell that sells to them?
So northerners don't eat vegetables, only southerners do? See how tribalism have made you stupid, soon you will be roaming
Every Nigerian knows that Igbo's have the food delicacy in the federation and as a matter of fact all the vegetables too, the Afonja on the other hand eat only ewedu and efo leaf, while the Igbo's have ugwu, green, scent leave, oha, water leaf, bitter leaf, etc. The Akwacross group come second to Igbo's in food Afonjas don't even make the list at all so try another lie, and does it matter how many northerners eat garri as long as they eat garri, is it all easterners that eat wheat? Also There is nothing we buy in the north that is not grown in the east except a few that are not grown in commercial quantities.

The east on the other hand can do away with everything from the north when there was tomato scarcity it was not felt in the east because we have our indigenous foods and stew like ofe akwu, and other local delicacies the can be used to spice up and eat our meals. If 80% foods eaten in the east are from the north then That shows we are doing the north a great favor and a disservice to ourselves and should we stop eating 80% food from the north the north will be the biggest loser while we will gain more because we will eat more of our indigenous food while Saving the excessive money that goes into buy food from the north.

I hope I have been able to educate your flaccid brain though a difficult task for an illiterate like you to learn that is why I tried to keep it as short and simple as possible. Olodo.

There's nothing sensible here.
You had a mindset of educating him but you allowed bigott takeover you.

Please try to talk without exuding tribal slurs.
If you keep doing this, you take every bit of humanity from you and you make people think everyone within your tribe (even your family members) tend to exhibit hate towards other tribes.

Being a bigot doesn't make you win the argument it just makes the whole world see how inhumane your thoughts are.

Au revoir

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Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by stealthtiger(m): 7:56am On Jun 16, 2017
Doublecheck:


You sound so dumb, like one who did not see the four walls of crèche talkless of Primary-1, I woudered how others manage to try and engage you with all the stupidity that you exhume like a decomposed corpse, personally I would have ignored you foolishness but I was forced to address your Afonja lies as no body have done so else I would have ignored you to merry in your ignorance, before it becomes Afonja truths.

If Igbo's don't sell red oil to the north who does? is it Afonjas that have that oil that stinks to the pits of hell that sells to them?
So northerners don't eat vegetables, only southerners do? See how tribalism have made you stupid, soon you will be roaming
Every Nigerian knows that Igbo's have the food delicacy in the federation and as a matter of fact all the vegetables too, the Afonja on the other hand eat only ewedu and efo leaf, while the Igbo's have ugwu, green, scent leave, oha, water leaf, bitter leaf, etc. The Akwacross group come second to Igbo's in food Afonjas don't even make the list at all so try another lie, and does it matter how many northerners eat garri as long as they eat garri, is it all easterners that eat wheat? Also There is nothing we buy in the north that is not grown in the east except a few that are not grown in commercial quantities.

The east on the other hand can do away with everything from the north when there was tomato scarcity it was not felt in the east because we have our indigenous foods and stew like ofe akwu, and other local delicacies the can be used to spice up and eat our meals. If 80% foods eaten in the east are from the north then That shows we are doing the north a great favor and a disservice to ourselves and should we stop eating 80% food from the north the north will be the biggest loser while we will gain more because we will eat more of our indigenous food while Saving the excessive money that goes into buy food from the north.

I hope I have been able to educate your flaccid brain though a difficult task for an illiterate like you to learn that is why I tried to keep it as short and simple as possible. Olodo.

There's nothing sensible here.
You had a mindset of educating him but you allowed bigotry and hateful rhetorics overtake intelligent remarks

Please try to talk without exuding tribal slurs.
If you keep doing this, you take every bit of humanity from you and you make people think everyone within your tribe (even your family members) tend to exhibit hate towards other tribes.

Being a bigot doesn't make you win the argument it just makes the whole world see how inhumane your thoughts are.

Au revoir
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by stealthtiger(m): 8:05am On Jun 16, 2017
EasternWind:
A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Padlock And Who Has The Keys?



This Hausa man took a deep cut of his gworo and said to me, "Biafra will be landlocked, over populated, they will loose so much wealth and the separation will most likely be a war".

I sipped my wine, because I knew he was on the cheapest fears and I said to him,"I have all the keys to those pad locks".

First look at these..
Two scenarios. A Biafra with the south south and another without the south south.
Without the South South... How has landlock stopped a nation from growing? In this era of Antonov An-225 Hercules planes that can lift over 450,000kg equivalent to almost 2 ships and who remembers a SEAPORT in this generation of INTERNET-PORT when 85% of world's transactions are done through high speed broadband Internet. Gambia, Togo, Benin, Mauritania, Guinea etc., all have unlimited assess to the sea. Ha ji ya mee gini? Are they in anyway doing better than Rwanda, Bostwana and little Djibouti. In fact Djibouti is servicing 25 African countries with its Antonov plane nicknamed SKY-PORT that covers its most distant point in Africa from Djibouti in 18hrs while it will take 3 days to move a 40ft container from Apapa to Aba. Rwanda without a StreamPort nor RiverPort, not to talk of seaport is Africa's best growing economy!
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In Europe, the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain) have a peninsulaic access to the sea, whenever the storm of recession comes, it first sweeps them into the same damn sea, they are Eurozone weakest nations while landlocked countries like Luxembourg, Austria and Germany are waxing strong. As in "ha kwu chim n'ala"

In Asia, Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Dubai are not only landlocked but desert locked and how has that affected them? Who sea epp?

If the SS is not Biafra, there are various international corridors and laws that can sort things out, not forgetting that a greater communication with that region must cross through the Southeast (Biafra).
But if the Yoruba republics are declared and the complete anticipated Biafra is pronounced with the SouthSouth, though, doesn't actually exist but created politically made to exist. Then the north is simply DEADLOCKED and then mallam, I will advice you to chew less of this gworo now, so you can be able to eat something when it is presented to you.


On the population, what laws says all Biafrans must live in Biafra land? What percentage even lives in the north? Less than 3%, Yes just a handful of Biafrans lives in the North.

When you go to some places in the southeast, the population looks like there is a festivity going on but you must admit that the Greater Tokyo Metropolitan has a population of 37 million people and Monaco has a density of 22,500 per sq. km. I don't see people walking on the heads of others in such places, rather I see a China, India, Japan, USA, Mexico that has harnessed and muscled the strengths of their population into development. Even Lagos explosively developed due to population increase, that people had to push back the sea. 1000 skyscrapers in Biafra land, in no joke will solve the housing problem of Biafra by 95%! Take this to the bank!
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On Biafrans loosing their wealth, I need not go outside Nigeria for an answer. In 1970, Biafrans got £20 and in 1975, there were millionaires already in Biafra land, the likes of Chisco, Ekene Dili Chukwu, Emeka Offor and even in 1979, Alex Ekwueme single handedly sponsored NPN to presidency that he was rewarded with a VP seat. Now show me one man, east, south, north and west that is wealthy from all the inheritance of the abandoned property?

The North is still underdeveloped, impoverished and incomparably out of tone with the 21st century.

On separations meaning a war...
This defines the sum of the accumulation of the northern cowardice, as if Russia broke up through a war, what about Eritrea? Singapore and Malaysia? There are more peaceful resolutions to conflicts than the vampire attitudes of the Northern Nigeria but let it be clear to you mallam; eshi à muru dike na mba, ka à muru ibe ya!

The problem of the Northern Nigeria is that they are brain-locked, spiritually-locked, psycho-locked, greed-locked, future-locked, even landlocked and above all DEADLOCKED by their ancestors who have long lost the keys to UNLOCK their future and yet they want everyone to synchronize with their backwardness and then still think its about PDP vs APC political affairs.

- Edwin Bishops
Anambra Media Team

http://www.thebiafratelegraph.co/2017/06/landlocked-biafra-vs-deadlocked.html
Qatar, UAE, Germany are not landlocked nation's.
Takenote.
Re: A Landlocked Biafra Vs A Deadlocked Northern Nigeria, Who Actually Has The Keys by EasternWind: 8:10am On Jun 16, 2017
MalcoImX:
That's the problem always with Igbo agitators. You're always looking up to somebody to help you achieve your aims.
No body is looking up u cos over years u people have been unable to achieve ur restructured Nigeria but will turn professionals IPOB/Biafra matters.

Again, I haven't seen any sane person who continues to live with criminals if himself is not a bigger thief. Therefore, lodging ur displeasure of Igbo's attitudes should be through protests so that exit door might shown to us by authorities in charge of this damned contraption.

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