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Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. / There Are Igbos In Sambisa Forest - Governor Ikpeazu / Attack On Igbos In Bayelsa Is Highly Disgraceful And Condemnable (2) (3) (4)
|Opinion: Are Igbos In The North Safer Than Those In The East by LuvU2(f): 10:54am On Sep 14, 2017|
I plan travelling to Enugu before 1st October to avoid anything silly happening since I live close to the North but I'm having a rethink cos it appears the east isn't safe too.
So are we igbos better of in the North? Whar do you think?
|Re: Opinion: Are Igbos In The North Safer Than Those In The East by Desyner: 10:56am On Sep 14, 2017|
As long as the northerners keep preventing a referendum and islamizing Nigeria, Igbos everywhere are not safe.
|Re: Opinion: Are Igbos In The North Safer Than Those In The East by finest0007(m): 12:08pm On Sep 14, 2017|
In my honest opinion I'll say the east is Slightly safer. In the north, there can be a case of xenophobic attacks and killings, won't happen in the east. Worst that I see happening in Enugu is IPOB & MASSOB agitation and military intervention. Of course they shouldn't do anything rash.
|Re: Opinion: Are Igbos In The North Safer Than Those In The East by venoc200(m): 7:39pm On Dec 27, 2017|
LuvU2:wow! She's even an igbo,now i know why you are beautiful..nne biko let's get talking...there culd be an 'us' b4 dis time next year..i swear u are beautiful
|Re: Opinion: Are Igbos In The North Safer Than Those In The East by NonsoPlatinum: 8:37pm On Dec 27, 2017|
There's a lot of igbo culture being promoted in the Igbo-British community. Have a look at their channel, they are trying to keep the language alive.
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