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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Champele(m): 6:54pm On Sep 19, 2017
Victornezzar:
The guy was just beating around the bush
He was just talking about hurricane irma and isis in the middle east...wen flood wan lavish benue
The person that prepared that speech for him is also a dullard....He didn't even say much
The aljazeera correspondent said he didn't focus on the problem in Nigeria
The correspondent and presenter were laughing at him, Saying he didn't say what was expected especially the challanges facing his country at the moment.rather talking others problem. Bubuless president
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by AfonjaConehead: 6:54pm On Sep 19, 2017
efighter:


Very soon, very very soon, you will collapse and die of hypertension while Buhari is till making babies with Aisha in the other room. Yesterday, it was the Ibos, today it is Ibos, tomorrow it will still be Ibos.

and u registered just today... grin
them don frustrate u finish grin

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by freshest4live: 6:54pm On Sep 19, 2017
Goodyness:
The speech writer should be fired. It was an empty speech that added no value to Nigeria as country. Is Nigeria now an Islamic country that should champion the course of the sunnis?
He was championing the course of humanity not the Sunnis.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Narldon(f): 6:54pm On Sep 19, 2017
[quote author=burkingx post=60627693][/quote]






I'm highly disappointed in You



Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 6:55pm On Sep 19, 2017
Chascop:
useless speech.

Hahahahaha,e pain him well o,you wish baba pmb should be in the grave now abi,una go Wait tired

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Azam101: 6:55pm On Sep 19, 2017
Chascop:
useless speech.
useless reader!

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by burkingx(f): 6:56pm On Sep 19, 2017
Narldon:







I'm highly disappointed in You



Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Passenger27: 6:56pm On Sep 19, 2017
His speech is very much on point. I thought i will see ipob terrorists stoning him d way they did to the military b4 the commencement of python dance. Ah swear ipobs r d greatest cowards of all time. By the way, where is cownu?

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 6:56pm On Sep 19, 2017
Narldon:





I'm highly disappointed in you


Your opinion does not count here,troll pls.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Azam101: 6:57pm On Sep 19, 2017
DonMaxxy:
If there is any stuff called `hypocrisy', this speech is an epitome...

If there is any place called `hell', then I am sure of one candidate to go over there...

The continual existence of this hardened hypocrite and doomed soul is the reason why I keep on questioning the existence of God. But God exists and he exists in his own time and space and not in our own time and space...He will act in due time.


Today it is Igbos, Ipobs and Abians...
Tommorrow it will be you...

I am Igbo by default and dubbed `Nigerian' by British setting...one day God will surely reset my current setting
God does not answer hate speech prayers.

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by AnanseK(m): 6:57pm On Sep 19, 2017
Narldon:

13. The international community cannot remain silent and not condemn the horrendous suffering caused by what, from all indications is a state-backed programme of brutal depopulation of the Rohingya inhabited areas in Myanmar on the bases of ethnicity and religion. We fully endorse the call by the Secretary-General on the Government of Myanmar to order a halt to the ongoing ethnic cleansing and ensure the safe return of the displaced Rohingya to their homes in safety and dignity.





Mr President

"A Man whose House is on Fire; does not go about pursuing Rats" -Narldon, 1847

Permit Me to ask;

What Efforts have been put in place to control:

-Boko Haram Menace in the North

-Fulani Herdsmen all over the Country

-The Marginalization of Igbos

-The Change from Democracy to Autocracy

-Flooding in Benue State and other parts of the Country

-The Internally Displaced Persons in the North-East

-The Ban on Freedom of Speech

-The impending Genocide that has overhauled Abia State

-The incessant Oil Pollution and Pipeline vandalism in the South

-The Religious Division between the Muslims and Christians


Mr President, Let's tell ourselves the Truth...



Anybody who told you that Igbos are marginalized is a hypocrite.

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Adaumunocha(f): 6:58pm On Sep 19, 2017
Gberu sokale...
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by chronique(m): 6:58pm On Sep 19, 2017
Hypocrite always pushing for the Palestinian state but forcing Biafra to be part of Nigeria with the gun... Only God knows how this man sleeps at night.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 6:58pm On Sep 19, 2017
Azam101:
useless reader!
receive wisdom..
useless Nigerian living in darkness..
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by burkingx(f): 6:58pm On Sep 19, 2017
Champele:
The correspondent and presenter were laughing at him, Saying he didn't say what was expected especially the challanges facing his country at the moment.rather talking others problem. Bubuless president

Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by auntysimbiat(f): 6:59pm On Sep 19, 2017
ok den
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 6:59pm On Sep 19, 2017
Passenger27:
His speech is very much on point. I thought i will see ipob terrorists stoning him d way they did to the military b4 the commencement of python dance. Ah swear ipobs r d greatest cowards of all time. By the way, where is cownu?
Hahahahaha,the idiot is busy making noise from hiding that he is not afraid of any human being,I tell you this statement was made from hiding.



Do you think buhari have time for them,knowing well that brutari is OK for them?
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Azam101: 6:59pm On Sep 19, 2017
Narldon:

13. The international community cannot remain silent and not condemn the horrendous suffering caused by what, from all indications is a state-backed programme of brutal depopulation of the Rohingya inhabited areas in Myanmar on the bases of ethnicity and religion. We fully endorse the call by the Secretary-General on the Government of Myanmar to order a halt to the ongoing ethnic cleansing and ensure the safe return of the displaced Rohingya to their homes in safety and dignity.





Mr President

"A Man whose House is on Fire; does not go about pursuing Rats" -Narldon, 1847

Permit Me to ask;

What Efforts have been put in place to control:

-Boko Haram Menace in the North

-Fulani Herdsmen all over the Country

-The Marginalization of Igbos

-The Change from Democracy to Autocracy

-Flooding in Benue State and other parts of the Country

-The Internally Displaced Persons in the North-East

-The Ban on Freedom of Speech

-The impending Genocide that has overhauled Abia State

-The incessant Oil Pollution and Pipeline vandalism in the South

-The Religious Division between the Muslims and Christians


Mr President, Let's tell ourselves the Truth...


You can take the mantle and proffer solutions.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by burkingx(f): 6:59pm On Sep 19, 2017
chronique:
Hypocrite always pushing for the Palestine state but forcing Biafra to be part of Nigeria with the gun... Only God knows how this man sleeps at night.

Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 7:00pm On Sep 19, 2017
AntiIPOB:
Hahahahaha,e pain him well o,you wish baba pmb should be in the grave now abi,una go Wait tired

biko don't tag me IPOB... I'm not biased and sentimental. I only said the truth bro..

check it out na... I praise him wen he does well
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by nicemajor(m): 7:00pm On Sep 19, 2017
Narldon:

13. The international community cannot remain silent and not condemn the horrendous suffering caused by what, from all indications is a state-backed programme of brutal depopulation of the Rohingya inhabited areas in Myanmar on the bases of ethnicity and religion. We fully endorse the call by the Secretary-General on the Government of Myanmar to order a halt to the ongoing ethnic cleansing and ensure the safe return of the displaced Rohingya to their homes in safety and dignity.





Mr President

"A Man whose House is on Fire; does not go about pursuing Rats" -Narldon, 1847

Permit Me to ask;

What Efforts have been put in place to control:

-Boko Haram Menace in the North

-Fulani Herdsmen all over the Country

-The Marginalization of Igbos

-The Change from Democracy to Autocracy

-Flooding in Benue State and other parts of the Country

-The Internally Displaced Persons in the North-East

-The Ban on Freedom of Speech

-The impending Genocide that has overhauled Abia State

-The incessant Oil Pollution and Pipeline vandalism in the South

-The Religious Division between the Muslims and Christians


Mr President, Let's tell ourselves the Truth...


u don't want to mention ipob the terrorist ... Your number 3 sucks.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by goodnews777: 7:01pm On Sep 19, 2017
His speech is totally useless as pertaining to what is happening in nigeria. No mention of what the ISLAMIST, FULANI herdsmen , and systematic genocide against christian south. Enough is enough.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by AnanseK(m): 7:01pm On Sep 19, 2017
Igbo Ethnic Bigotry And Hate Campaigns Worry Me By Joe Igbokwe.
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Ever since President Buhari won the 2015 Presidential elections he was destined to win having labored in 2003, 2007, 2011 and then 2015 a very vast preponderance of South South and South East indigenes have descended on the President, pouring invectives, calling him names, abusing his person and his exalted office, preaching hate, and ethnic divisions. I have followed this dangerous trend over a year now, and it is not abetting. It is growing like wild fire everyday. In recent times the South-South people whose son lost the election have moved on except the criminal avengers who are fighting for their pockets only and destroying their environment.

I have seen spirited and genuine efforts being made by the leaders of South-South to bring peace to the Niger Delta, and I heartily commend them for this. It is in their own interest. But in the South East, our people have refused to move on. In the diaspora, in Nigeria, in schools, in the markets, on the streets, in Churches, in Town Meetings etc Igbo have refused to move on. Every move the President makes to rebuild and reposition the country is abused, castigated and ethnic meaning read into it. The dangerous trend has become so embarrassing that one is compelled to speak out. While leaders of South-South have made interventions to make way for harmony and peaceful co-existence, Igbo leaders have maintained a deafening silence but this silence is no longer golden. Ethnic bigotry and hate speeches our people both at home and abroad dish out everyday endanger our people living in all parts of Nigeria. President Buhari belongs to a section of Nigeria and must not run away with the thinking that his people will be happy and clap for us when we malign and abuse one of their own.

No ethnic group in Nigeria moves and settles in any part of the country like the Igbo. They settle and do business in almost every part of the country, and when we throw stones to other Nigerians, we endanger their lives and their businesses. The worst sets of Igbo guilty of this dangerous trend are those living outside the country. While some of them are engaged in meaningful employment, many of them are unemployed. They have become economic refugees and cultural savages. They have formed an association of hate preachers and wailing bigots. They have through actions and deeds created millions of enemies for Ndigbo in Nigeria while they waste their precious gift of time abroad doing nothing.

Last week the Vice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo was in Afe Babalola University Ekiti State as Guest Speaker during the University’s Convocation ceremony. In the cause of his speech, he told his capacity audience the Niger Delta Avengers are not freedom fighters but those fighting for their pockets only. I saw the story on facebook and other sites on the internet. The one on Facebook caught my attention because of nearly 400 reactions as at the time I read it. I took mental note of the reactions and the names attached to it. 95% are Igbo names and they abused and called the Vice President unprintable names for speaking the truth. This is a shame. Ignorance should not be a virtue. Ignorance is a disease. Foolishness is a tragedy. This is ignorance stupid. This is mental darkness. A roaring lion kills no game. It is only a river that wants to get dried up that forgets its source. A Chinese proverb tells me that “He who blames others has a long way to go on his journey. He who blames himself is half way there. He who blames no one has arrived.”

Now, it is time for the Igbo to move on and join other Nigerians to begin the process of rebuilding Nigeria. I want Igbo Governors, elected Senators, elder statesmen, House of Reps Members, House of Assembly members, political leaders, traditional rulers, Igbo intellectuals, professionals, market leaders, town union leaders, village heads, etc. to rise up to defend the integrity and honor of Igbo race. Are these ignorant ones who preach hate speaking for us? Are they representing us? Are they our brightest and bests? Are those asking for Biafra and using it as business venture speaking for all of us? Have we taken a look at the situation in South Sudan today? Shall we continue to sleep pretending that all is well? Can we be honest enough to see the real danger ahead? For how long will our leaders continue to be silent on these weighty issues? Can elders continue to sleep while the kids wear snakes as necklaces? Can the young teach tradition to the old? Who will bell the cat in Igboland? Who will call the ignorant kids to order?

Did the Yoruba go to war when June 12 1993 Presidential Election won by their illustrious son Chief MKO Abiola was annulled on June 23rd 1993 on a sheet of paper by IBB? Did Yoruba go to war when Abiola’s wife Alhaja Kudirat Abiola was murdered in Lagos in the morning of Jun 4 1996? Did Yoruba go to war when the winner of that historic election was poisoned on July 7 1998? Did Yoruba go to war when those who killed Abiola imposed Obasanjo on them as President in 1999? Did Yoruba accept Chief Ernest Shonekan when IBB made him to head the interim government in 1993? Yoruba rejected OBJ and Shonekan because this unique race has never been slaves to public office and yet they have remained number one in Nigeria in almost everything. This is wisdom and strategic thinking at work.

Those of us who have lived in Yoruba land for years should not only learn how to wear Aso Ebi, eat Ewedu soup or dance Owambe, music.

We must have also learned other unique things from them like sharing property to both male and female children, religious tolerance, ethnic tolerance, transferring legacies from generation to generation. Do you know that APC National Leader Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s wife is a Christian? Do you know that former Governor Fashola’s wife is a Christian? We can learn a lot from Yoruba. Yoruba too can learn from Igbo in areas of thinking home, business enterprise, self-help, apprenticeship, etc.

A Yoruba woman, a Pastor Mrs. Eunice Olawale Elisha of the Redeemed Christian Church of God old NEPA Road Phase 4 Kubwa, Abuja was killed by unknown persons on Saturday morning of July 9, 2016, while preaching the gospel around 5.30am. I have followed the reactions on the internet and Yoruba do not behave like the Igbo. They have been speaking but not preaching hate. They have called for the culprits to be fished out, prosecuted and punished. If Mrs. Eunice Elisha had been an Igbo hell would have been let loose. There would have been abuses and abuses. But Yoruba are not Igbo. This is civilization. This is strategic thinking. I hope our people can learn from this. Civility is not a sign of weakness. He who fights and run away lives to fight another day.

To have ears is not to listen, to listen is not to hear, to hear is not to understand, to understand is not to put to practice. I know that writing this may not get me many friends among the Igbo, but it always gets me the right ones.

Case Rested!
Joe Igbokwe
Lagos. Media Partner: EVENTS International Magazine

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by freshest4live: 7:01pm On Sep 19, 2017
Passenger27:
His speech is very much on point. I thought i will see ipob terrorists stoning him d way they did to the military b4 the commencement of python dance. Ah swear ipobs r d greatest cowards of all time. By the way, where is cownu?
We haven't seen our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for the past 7days, we don't even know if he is alive.
All we are saying is that he should either resume or resign, we are tired.

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Azam101: 7:01pm On Sep 19, 2017
I was expecting Maxi Nnnnammudi to deliver his own speech too!
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by burkingx(f): 7:02pm On Sep 19, 2017
piperson:
Mtcheeww

Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 7:02pm On Sep 19, 2017
[quote author=burkingx post=60628066][/quote]They are guarding KANU in hiding.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by xynerise: 7:02pm On Sep 19, 2017
freshest4live:

What do you want him to say about Nigeria and of what advantage would it be?

What is the advantage of mentioning Hurricane Irma?
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by Nobody: 7:04pm On Sep 19, 2017
freshest4live:

We haven't seen our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for the past 7days, we don't even know if he is alive.
All we are saying is that he should either resume or resign, we are tired.
Please don't kill me this evening abeg ooo

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Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by awa(m): 7:04pm On Sep 19, 2017
If PMB mentioned item number 13 without any conscience then he is a hypocrite.
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by madridguy(m): 7:04pm On Sep 19, 2017
My side dey kampe......Sai baba dole gaskiya.

kings09:
Bro i de around. How ur side. I see as una still de ginger baba....even unnecessarily
Re: Transcript Of President Buhari’s Speech At 72nd United Nations General Assembly by chronique(m): 7:05pm On Sep 19, 2017
[quote author=burkingx post=60628066][/quote]

Unfortunately, I'm not a biafran so you can try that your picture with someone else. I'm just being honest with the truth.

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