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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by mercyville: 10:17pm On Mar 08
ofai:


Look at me sicko... Tomorrow I will go begging my Yoruba landlord for money to go back to Abakaliki.

With all my criminality I am still the way I am today.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by mercyville: 10:18pm On Mar 08
ofai:


Look at me sicko... Tomorrow I will go begging my Yoruba landlord for money to go back to Abakaliki.

With all my criminality I am still the way I am today.

Ehyah,greet shukueku for us o.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 10:24pm On Mar 08
mercyville:


Ehyah,greet shukueku for us o.

I have gone past this childish trick of manipulating someone's mentions. I have outgrown it. When will you grow up?
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Nobody: 10:26pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:


When fifth citizens start to buy up the first citizens lands so much that they are raising funny laws to stop them, you know who is losing grin

I want the country to continue like this for another 100 years and lets know who will move over to Togo because they cannot afford to pay Tinubu to live on their ancestral lands anymore.

Karma is a Nigerian grin
ibo has a large population in Lagos and few of them still own land. Majority of the land in Lagos are firmly in Yoruba hand it is ibo who will return to Ebonyi to farm. The Yoruba law that is paining u is here to stay it is not a funny law but the best law for the indigene of Lagos
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Nobody: 10:27pm On Mar 08
mercyville:


Ehyah,greet shukueku for us o.
lol painment of that guy is all time high
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by BankeSmalls(f): 10:28pm On Mar 08
Thetruthsayer10:
ibo has a large population in Lagos and few of them still own land. Majority of the land in Lagos are firmly in Yoruba hand it is ibo who will return to Ebonyi to farm. The Yoruba law that is paining u is here to stay it is not a funny law but the best law for the indigene of Lagos

We shall see my friend, we shall see.

Just remember the 20 pounds irony, grin
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 10:29pm On Mar 08
Thetruthsayer10:
ibo has a large population in Lagos and few of them still own land. Majority of the land in Lagos are firmly in Yoruba hand it is ibo who will return to Ebonyi to farm. The Yoruba law that is paining u is here to stay it is not a funny law but the best law for the indigene of Lagos

Is it not fear that is making you guys cook emergency tribal laws so as to quell your insecurity?

Igbo are still rocking Lagos like their bi**ch.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Nobody: 10:41pm On Mar 08
ofai:


Is it not fear that is making you guys cook emergency tribal laws so as to quell your insecurity?

Igbo are still rocking Lagos like their bi**ch.
So why did Anambra and imo pass similar law first is Yoruba rocking those places like their bitch or is it not tribal too. I like the law coz ever since it’s been made ibo loud mouth don dey shut and all u do is cry now and call Ambode name.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 10:41pm On Mar 08
Y0ruba:


Let us not write baseless epistles.

Facts are:

1. In the academia, appointments are made by seniority based on year of appointment at a certain level - from assistant lecturer to professor.

2. Nnamdi Azikwe was the President and had power to determine what happened in Federal institutions which included University of Ibadan.

3. Prof Ajose became a Professor in 1948.


See: http://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/biography/?id=WH3007&type=P

4. I could not find any record on when Prof Dike was appointed a Professor but as at 1946, Kenneth Dike was still a Post Graduate student.

See: http://sci.ui.edu.ng/archhistory

As at 1946, Kenneth Dike was still a PG student meanwhile in 1948, Ajose Oladele was appointed a Professor. This goes tp show Ajose was a much more senior Professor but not only that, he was an accomplished African in his field who held several positions before Kenneth Dike began working in the academia.

Why a much senior professor was skipped for a much younger professor. And interestingly, the appointer and the appointees were both of the same ethnic background.

You ruminate on these facts and do the Math. There really isn’t any need for you to respond, just take the dates and run with them.
Thanks for shedding more light on this. These people think God is foolish.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Nobody: 10:45pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:


We shall see my friend, we shall see.

Just remember the 20 pounds irony, grin
u mean the 20 pounds lie. Yoruba are very secure in this Nigeria and u hear it from me first that if Nigeria breaks or doesn’t break in the next 10 to 20 years the economic development and other index of development Yorubas will boast of in Nigeria will be better than not only other Nigerians but rival every race in the world and if we did break we go just enjoy am alone for our country. So keep wishing evil on us u go wait tired

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by BankeSmalls(f): 10:48pm On Mar 08
Thetruthsayer10:
u mean the 20 pounds lie. Yoruba are very secure in this Nigeria and u hear it from me first that if Nigeria breaks or doesn’t break in the next 10 to 20 years the economic development and other index of development Yorubas will boast of in Nigeria will be better than not only other Nigerians but rival every race in the world and if we did break we go just enjoy am alone for our country. So keep wishing evil on us u go wait tired

You must be enjoying your children having stunted growth due to malnutrition, abi you forgot that index? grin

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 10:57pm On Mar 08
Throwback:


Do you know how long it took the Igbo to have a Medical Doctor or Lawyer, after the Yorubas were already in their 3rd generation of those same profession.

Do you think it is mere coincidence that Yorubas were already forming political parties so early and rightfully demanding a university from the British colonialists?

Or you think Yaba Higher College and University of Ibadan were sited in Yorubaland by coincidence?

It will forever be remembered that Azikiwe was the protege of a Yoruba politician. That is how "illiterate" the Yorubas were, yet setting standards for the rest of Africa.

Can you name 10 Igbo Doctors and 10 Igbo Lawyers before the year 1900?

Oops! There was none in that jungle.

Dare me, and I will name 15 Yorubas in each and give you Engineers too.

Did you know that the first female Nigerian Doctor was Yewande Savage, who never practised in Nigeria, while the first female Nigerian doctor to have practised was Abimbola Awoliyi at 1938. While the first female Igbo doctor was in 1950, only to be killed the next year by the famous village science of envy by her own people?

Did you know that the first black female to ever attend Oxford University, was a Nigerian call Lady Kofoworola Ademola, wife of Sir Adetokunbo Ademola?

What were Igbo women doing then?
They were busy shaving the heads of widows.

Or you think it is coincidence that Yoruba women founded the National Council for Women Societies NCWS?

Just like Yoruba Men, Yoruba Women set records for Africa.

How illiterate is that to be a pioneer?

Better return to your cave before I strip you Unclad with the truth that brings agony and misery.
You should have just ignored that Mumu. Na so one of them was shouting how they are the best in entertainment, then I dared him to mention any igbo dead or alive that has even been nominated for Grammy Award and I will mention 7 yorubas and 4 of them that have won Grammy Award. He ran away. Also one was talking of scholar, he mentioned Achebe, emeagwali, adichie, okonjo and one other and dared a guy that he can't mention any other Yoruba scholar aside wole. Then I dared him to let us open thread for it, they I will mention 20 Yoruba scholars without woke Soyinka. He ran away from me. You should have just ignore that one, he will never answer that question you asked.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by BankeSmalls(f): 11:00pm On Mar 08
Michael004:
You should have just ignored that Mumu. Na so one of them was shouting how they are the best in entertainment, then I dared him to mention any igbo dead or alive that has even been nominated for Grammy Award and I will mention 7 yorubas and 4 of them that have won Grammy Award. He ran away. Also one was talking of scholar, he mentioned Achebe, emeagwali, adichie, okonjo and one other and dared a guy that he can't mention any other Yoruba scholar aside wole. Then I dared him to let us open thread for it, they I will mention 20 Yoruba scholars without woke Soyinka. He ran away from me. You should have just ignore that one, he will never answer that question you asked.

Alas!

All these achievement and yet living in a brown roof republic? tongue

I tire o.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 11:00pm On Mar 08
ofai:


Lies lies lies.....

UI was not a western Nigeria or awo affair, it was a west African colonial affair, and Ibadan was more proxy to Lagos (then the FCT) than any other part of the country.

Yabatech was never a western region affair. It was purely to serve the colonial masters prior to UI establishment. Western region had not influence over it.

If zik learnt from Macaulay, then Macaulay should thank olaudah equiano for helping to abolish slavery. For without abolitionist there won't be any Macaulay.

What about Africanus Horton, highly regarded as the father of modern african political thought years before Macaulay existed?

Dude, Igbo are not your mates. Show some respect.
Trash, answer what he asked you.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 11:03pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:


Alas!

All these achievement and yet living in a brown roof republic? tongue

I tire o.
Face the person that asked you question, do not shift goal post to my side. He had dared you, prove him wrong. Be a man.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 11:04pm On Mar 08
Thetruthsayer10:
u mean the 20 pounds lie. Yoruba are very secure in this Nigeria and u hear it from me first that if Nigeria breaks or doesn’t break in the next 10 to 20 years the economic development and other index of development Yorubas will boast of in Nigeria will be better than not only other Nigerians but rival every race in the world and if we did break we go just enjoy am alone for our country. So keep wishing evil on us u go wait tired
He has defeated him, he's trying to shy away and change the topic grin. Typical of them.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 11:13pm On Mar 08
ofai:


That would be childish of me. Mentioning who were doctors or lawyers, you should have included engineers, clergies, soldiers, and every other vocation known to man. Its unfortunate I was dealing with an amateur like you.

Its better I leave you gasping for breathe as I watch you drown in your intellectual mud.
It is not childish of you, you cannot mention any. He killed you with that.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by mercyville: 11:18pm On Mar 08
ofai:


While yorubas were busy skull mining and bedding their mistresses in the 18th century, igbos then were busy wielding immense influence as abolitionists and political scholars.

Park well.

Yoruba did not know anything about skull mining until you exported it through okija and otokoto to the SW.You Igbos that were still walking n.aked until 1920 when the whites visited you and took pictures of your dangling mantool comparing yourselves to Yoruba who built empire?
Wonders if I may say.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by LaudableXX: 11:19pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:
When fifth citizens start to buy up the first citizens lands so much that they are raising funny laws to stop them, you know who is losing grin

I want the country to continue like this for another 100 years and lets know who will move over to Togo because they cannot afford to pay Tinubu to live on their ancestral lands anymore.

Karma is a Nigerian grin

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 11:24pm On Mar 08
ofai:


See this sicko.... Tomorrow you will go begging your Igbo landlord for money.

With all your superbrain Nigeria is the way it is today.
I read today that an igbo man stole his Yoruba friend ATM and withdrew his 2million naira grin, is that how you are becoming landlord

Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by mercyville: 11:25pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:


Alas!

All these achievement and yet living in a brown roof republic? tongue

I tire o.
lol..what would you call your tiny unproductive brown roof Igboland region.Yorubaland remains the 3rd economy in Africa while Igboland is not even 100 economy and your tiny brown roofs,potorpotor Igboland is not more than only Oyo state in Yorubaland.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by mercyville: 11:37pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:


You must be enjoying your children having stunted growth due to malnutrition, abi you forgot that index? grin

lol...your children have stunted growth due to malnutrition too,abi you have forgotten so quickly?

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by mercyville: 11:48pm On Mar 08
BankeSmalls:


When fifth citizens start to buy up the first citizens lands so much that they are raising funny laws to stop them, you know who is losing grin

I want the country to continue like this for another 100 years and lets know who will move over to Togo because they cannot afford to pay Tinubu to live on their ancestral lands anymore.

Karma is a Nigerian grin
lol..
If only wishes were horses..who were the people buying up your potorpotor areas when you pioneered the same type of law in Igboland.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Nobody: 12:23am On Mar 09
BankeSmalls:


You must be enjoying your children having stunted growth due to malnutrition, abi you forgot that index? grin
stop crying ur children are having stunted growth too . A change in diet can help prevent stunted growth but nothing can help ibo from wailing all the time.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 7:03am On Mar 09
Thetruthsayer10:
So why did Anambra and imo pass similar law first is Yoruba rocking those places like their bitch or is it not tribal too. I like the law coz ever since it’s been made ibo loud mouth don dey shut and all u do is cry now and call Ambode name.

We all know the motive behind the new tribal laws in Lagos differs from that of southeast States. If it was Ogun, Oyo, ondo, osun, ekiti that passed those laws, nobody would mind. But of course, you are scared to your pants that igbos are taking over your lands.... Insecure losers.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 7:11am On Mar 09
mercyville:


Yoruba did not know anything about skull mining until you exported it through okija and otokoto to the SW.You Igbos that were still walking n.aked until 1920 when the whites visited you and took pictures of your dangling mantool comparing yourselves to Yoruba who built empire?
Wonders if I may say.

Really? Okija and otokoto was exported to Lagos? Lol.... It shows you and your "likes" are seriously unschooled. Olodo, So igbos exported okija to soka forest, Ogun shrines, etc...? Your people must be real dumbasses then.

Yoruba built empire? Lol.... Pls show me the empire abeg. Pls show me the brown roof republic.... Lol...

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 7:12am On Mar 09
Thetruthsayer10:
stop crying ur children are having stunted growth too . A change in diet can help prevent stunted growth but nothing can help ibo from wailing all the time.

Dry... Skull miners and educated illiterates. Igbo are not your mates. Lol
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 7:13am On Mar 09
Michael004:
It is not childish of you, you cannot mention any. He killed you with that.

So your immature mind thinks.
Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by ofai: 7:19am On Mar 09
Michael004:
You should have just ignored that Mumu. Na so one of them was shouting how they are the best in entertainment, then I dared him to mention any igbo dead or alive that has even been nominated for Grammy Award and I will mention 7 yorubas and 4 of them that have won Grammy Award. He ran away. Also one was talking of scholar, he mentioned Achebe, emeagwali, adichie, okonjo and one other and dared a guy that he can't mention any other Yoruba scholar aside wole. Then I dared him to let us open thread for it, they I will mention 20 Yoruba scholars without woke Soyinka. He ran away from me. You should have just ignore that one, he will never answer that question you asked.

No mature commenter will descend so low with you to start sizing individuals.

It is inferior beings like you that always tries to measure your tiny dicks with others.

The tiger does not need to prove its tigritude. Its there for all to see, that is if you can see anyway. cheesy

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by GuyfawkesAB(m): 7:31am On Mar 09
God bless you for bringing this truth to everyone's knowledge. It is quite pathetic how most of these young Igbo boys keep regurgitating the lies of their fathers.

See the screen shot of my post earlier on another three where this similar issue you addressed came up.

Throwback:


Yes he was made vice principal of the University College Ibadan ahead of the most senior African on the academic board and first ever Nigerian professor, Prof. Oladele Ajose.

Dike's appointment was facilitated by the Igbo dominated NCNC who had also installed Dr Akanu Ibiam who was the first Igbo doctor, as the School Council chairman. While Oladele Ajose was most senior and readily available at the school, Dike was called back from the USA where he was on an unfinished sabbatical, to come take a position (Vice Principal) he wasn't the most qualified for.

When the British eventually withdrew their administration of the school, Akanu Ibiam as School Council Chairman, further ensured that Kenneth Dike who was a fellow Igbo like him, became the first Nigerian principal of University College Ibadan. Professor Oladele Ajose realised that he was forever going to remain a victim of the NCNC and Igbo version of "merit" system that only found the Igbos qualified for positions that their better educated and more experienced Yoruba superiors did not qualify for. Ajose read the Igbo writing on the wall and moved to the Western Region owned University of Ife, to become its first principal.

Prof Kenneth Dike and Akanu Ibiam led school council would eventually go on to conduct recruitment into UI after the departure of the British. Out of 115 new hires, only 3 were Yorubas while the bulk of the remainder were from the Eastern Region.

That is how Igbos practice a merit based system.

The foolish Yorubas who were members of NCNC were never offered any sensitive position in the NPC/NCNC partnership of the first republic. Not even the Eastern minorities were offered critical positions.

All that was good that the Northerners could not occupy, the Azikiwe led NCNC ensured it went to the Eastern region, and ultimately to only the Igbos of that multi-ethnic Eastern Region.

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by GuyfawkesAB(m): 7:44am On Mar 09
Keep trumping them with facts that are clearly there for anyone to research and confirm, while they continue wailing with seething jealousy and regurgitated lies of their fathers.

Azikiwe knew why he wanted a strong nation without any clause for confederation or secession. He was power hungry. He thought an alliance with the hausa-full ni NPC would pay off for him, hoping to outsmart the lesser educated and politcally-experienced northerners.

The same greed for power and domination played out immediately after the first couple d'etat. After the Prime Minister was declared missing, the ruling alliancestors agreed to put forward Mt Dipcharima to hold forte as the acting Prime Minister pending when the whereabouts of Sir Balewa can be located, instead the Igbo Senate President, went in alone with Aguiyi and carried out a second state coup that eventually put the last nail on the first republic democracy's coffin

Throwback:



It is no news that the British could never stand the "I know my rights uppity attitude" of the Yoruba employees in the colonial era. From Doctors to Engineers to Lawyers, Yorubas had them all, and they were not prepared to play servant to the British who most times were not better educated or experienced than the Yorubas, but the British felt no Briton must ever work under an African. And rightly, the Yoruba's wasted no time in forming a political party as early as 1908 to demand for the rights of the Yoruba people, at a time some tribes were still learning how to recite ABC.

So Ajose was a riff-raff academic, yet became the first tenured African at the university that had a globally multicultural academia? Do you know what it takes for a Blackman to break such a glass ceiling? What is more pioneering than being the first in a race that is purely academic and research focused? What is more experienced than being the most senior on the academic board?

You see why I rightly said that to the Igbos, merit means I Go Before Others?

I can only imagine if Ajose was the younger and less experienced academic who was chosen over an Igbo professor who was more experienced, qualified and pioneering?

Marginalization is the word the Igbos would have cried from that time till now.

Keep exposing your hypocrisy, while I continue to haunt you with your ignoble past.

Did the British who were also leaving the army not nominate a Yoruba Brigadier ahead of his peers who were a total of 4 Brigadiers, with the Igbo Aguiyi Ironsi being the most senior?

Was it not Aguiyi Ironsi who was eventually promoted to become the Major General, and head of the Nigerian Army?

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Re: Esther Eyiuche Uchendu Wins 2018 Young Scientist Award by Michael004: 7:54am On Mar 09
ofai:


We all know the motive behind the new tribal laws in Lagos differs from that of southeast States. If it was Ogun, Oyo, ondo, osun, ekiti that passed those laws, nobody would mind. But of course, you are scared to your pants that igbos are taking over your lands.... Insecure losers.
Taking over by stealing from Yoruba man bank account kwa. Insecure thieves.

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