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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 3:40am On Jun 19, 2018
Dremca:
You are more naija than finnish


How is she more Naija?

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 3:48am On Jun 19, 2018
revontuli:


You guys have been hating on each other here, it's not the white people who created your ethnic bigotries.
It's extremely low IQ conspiracy theory cop-out to slander me like that (I tell people not to make ethnic bigtry hate speech all the time) or blame the prejudices and hate on outsiders.

Are the IPOB separatists white? Is it white people not allowing the Igbos to get elected as president or depriving them of major infrastructure? Is it white people who unleash the Fulani herdsmen to kill Christian farmers?

You already have enough animosity and hate, muslim-christian hate included. You don't need anyone putting it there, you have to blame the tribalist bigots here who are screaming ethnic slurs all the time. They were always here.


You brought your condescending statement to this topic, you put your nose where it didn't belong as you people usually do. Stay in your own lane.

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 4:06am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:



How is she more Naija?

Cuz he thought she was Nigerian. Im pretty sure he's straight now.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 4:13am On Jun 19, 2018
Bsuedu:


Cuz he thought she was Nigerian. Im pretty sure he's straight now.

He knew she was white when he made that statement, and she has the typical superiority attitude of her people. undecided

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 4:16am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:


He knew she was white when he made that statement, and she has the typical superiority attitude of her people. undecided

Oh, I thought he meant she was scamming, pretending to be white.
Well, I will not speak for him anymore.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 4:22am On Jun 19, 2018
Bsuedu:


Oh, I thought he meant she was scamming, pretending to be white.
Well, I will not speak for him anymore.


Ok, how are you? smiley
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 4:22am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:



Ok, how are you? smiley

Im good, thanks for asking. How are you?
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 4:25am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:



Ok, how are you? smiley
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 4:26am On Jun 19, 2018
Bsuedu:


Im good, thanks for asking. How are you?


I'm fine, what are you doing up so late/early?
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 4:28am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:


I'm fine, what are you doing up so late/early?

Time difference.
Not tired yet.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 4:35am On Jun 19, 2018
Bsuedu:


Time difference.
Not tired yet.

It's 8:44 pm here, what's your time?
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 4:42am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:


It's 8:44 pm here, what's your time?

Im a couple of hours behind you.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 4:54am On Jun 19, 2018
Bsuedu:


Im a couple of hours behind you.


What state are you in and why the name change?
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Favor99(m): 6:20am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:


Why are you surprised? That demonic gene is in their DNA, they can't help it, it's their nature, but most Nigerians love them no matter what they do. undecided Watch how many Nigerians come to her defense.
Lol Yea I caught her. I love everybody. But I detest evil. But as blacks we need awareness and unity and we gots to stop allowing ourselves to be brainwashed or whitewashed. Because we are being divided left and right

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Stallion93(m): 8:10am On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:



You brought your condescending statement to this topic, you put your nose where it didn't belong as you people usually do. Stay in your own lane.
Can u explain with your Scabies infested tongue how her statement is condescending?
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by ElsonMorali: 8:22am On Jun 19, 2018
revontuli:
Yorubas have some highly educated and successful people, nothing against Yorubas in general but they really need to fix that skull mining problem before comparing themselves with Igbos.

Igbos don't do skull mining and human sacrifice for money rituals, that is a huge plus on their side.


You are delusional aren't you?

Let me help you out.

Google Otokoto, Google Clifford Orji.

Have you even been to Nigeria before?

Maybe you should pay a visit to Anambra state and do some digging for yourself.

Don't base your judgements on what you read here alone. I would have thought that would be obvious enough.

There are ritual killings in almost all parts of the South of Nigeria including Igbo land.

Google will do you a whole lot of good.

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by ElsonMorali: 8:28am On Jun 19, 2018
kingzizzy:


You guys have problem, that is why people like Ojukwu and Kanu rose up so that we won't be in the same country with you people.

We have nothing in common. But when an Igbo man wants to go his way, you "sophisticated slowpokes" will team with your caliphate masters stop our exit.

How are they stopping your exit?

Did you pack your belongings from Lagos and Kano and you were stopped on the way to the east?

Please enlighten us.

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Stallion93(m): 8:33am On Jun 19, 2018
Favor99:

These aren’t conspiracy theories. The conspiracy is your people’s obsession with exploiting and trying to surpress other cultures particularly Africans. Your people stay in power by exploiting Africa and telling falsehood stories about Africa to scare people from it. You guys never wanted to see anything powerful or positive about Africa, don’t front.

Your peoples goal is to destroy the image of Africa and loot and steal from it. You guys, I’m sorry to say are the real terrorists. But you want to call Nigeria 419, when the stuff y’all done is a 100 million times worse than all the 419 scams put together

Ebola and aids are man made diseases, manufactured by your people. There’s nothing lunatic about what I said. And Ebola was not around since the beginning of time. That’s a lie. There was no such thing as Ebola or aids until y’all came. Africans have been eating bush meat since the beginning of time, why didn’t we get aids or Ebola all that time?

Just ignorance in display, Typical black man Stupidity. Do u know how much the entire Africa benefits from the whites despite not contributing anything to the growth of the world? The black man is the least problem of the whites, Your blackness is your problem, your rulers are trading your lives for the lives of their families and you point fingers far west. Revontuli was just been real, No one needs to live here or be Nigerian to know The Afonjas have been specialized in skull mining for ages, It's all over the net. FYI she has a hobby of studying history in-depth and she's pretty passionate about it so she may know more about you more than you know yourself
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by revontuli(f): 8:55am On Jun 19, 2018
ElsonMorali:


You are delusional aren't you?

Let me help you out.

Google Otokoto, Google Clifford Orji.

Have you even been to Nigeria before?

Maybe you should pay a visit to Anambra state and do some digging for yourself.

Don't base your judgements on what you read here alone. I would have thought that would be obvious enough.

There are ritual killings in almost all parts of the South of Nigeria including Igbo land.

Google will do you a whole lot of good.

Ok, maybe people here created a skewed bias image. Rwanda has eliminated ritual murders, Kenya reduced it to a handful of cases a year. Why is skull mining so widespread in West Africa? It seems to be a problem 8n Ghana
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by ElsonMorali: 9:21am On Jun 19, 2018
revontuli:


Ok, maybe people here created a skewed bias image. Rwanda has eliminated ritual murders, Kenya reduced it to a handful of cases a year. Why is skull mining so widespread in West Africa? It seems to be a problem 8n Ghana

First, you need to understand that the word "skull mining" is a derogatory word coined by the Igbos to make slurs at Yorubas, never minding the fact that they've been skull mining even before Nigeria's Independence. So I hope you can see that your usage of that word is likely to make people bristle.

Politicians use human parts as rituals in the coven or secret cults that they belong to much as the Satanists and Freemasons engage in ritual human killings in Europe and America. They crave metaphysical powers which they get from human sacrifice.


On the other hand, money rituals that involve human sacrifice is perpetrated by individuals who aren't necessarily politicians. This is akin to the abduction of people for organ harvesting that was rampant in some parts of Europe and Asia a while back.


Eventually, people are people everywhere. Ritual killings aren't limited to Africa.


Evil exists everywhere and among all peoples of the world.


It will be reduced and even eliminated when those in power decide they've had enough. But as long as they keep benefiting, its going to continue.


Most of the propaganda you'll encounter here are mostly false. Do a little background check and you'll realize how desperate some people are to paint others in a bad light.


If you are on Facebook, take a trip to Radio Biafra and observe first hand for yourself.

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by revontuli(f): 9:24am On Jun 19, 2018
ElsonMorali:


You are delusional aren't you?

Let me help you out.

Google Otokoto, Google Clifford Orji.

Have you even been to Nigeria before?

Maybe you should pay a visit to Anambra state and do some digging for yourself.

Don't base your judgements on what you read here alone. I would have thought that would be obvious enough.

There are ritual killings in almost all parts of the South of Nigeria including Igbo land.

Google will do you a whole lot of good.

Ok, maybe people here created a skewed bias image posting the news stories featuring only the Yoruba criminals. Rwanda has eliminated ritual murders, Kenya reduced it to a handful of cases a year.

Skull mining seems to be a major problem in Ghana too. Many news stories like this: http://citifmonline.com/2018/02/07/23-yr-old-man-arrested-with-young-boys-head/

Tanzania and Malawi have the albino body parts mining issue. This is beyond Igbo, Yoruba, whatever, it's a serious issue of subsaharan Africa. Some countries have it very rare, some have it as a daily affair.
Why are some people resorting to this barbaric act to gain money instead of hustling?

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 1:28pm On Jun 19, 2018
Stallion93:
Can u explain with your Scabies infested tongue how her statement is condescending?

Favor99 I told you, they'll die defending her. grin grin grin
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Favor99(m): 6:22pm On Jun 19, 2018
Stallion93:
Can u explain with your Scabies infested tongue how her statement is condescending?
Stallion stop cooning. You read the white girls statement. Her intentions were not good. We’re pointing that out. Instead of blacks to unite you want to tear each other apart

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Favor99(m): 6:24pm On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:


Favor99 I told you, they'll die defending her. grin grin grin
Lol, he’s one of their zombies. There’s a bunch of them like him on nairaland. A lot actually. That trash their own kind and worship white

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Nobody: 7:43pm On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:



What state are you in and why the name change?
In the midwest.
I divorced from Nairaland and then reconciled after missing commenting.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 8:38pm On Jun 19, 2018
Bsuedu:

In the midwest.
I divorced from Nairaland and then reconciled after missing commenting.

Yes, some of them can be quite ignorant and make your blood boil, there is one who is working my nerves right now, but remember what I said, there are a lot of nice ones on here as well.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by khiaa(f): 8:46pm On Jun 19, 2018
Favor99:

Lol, he’s one of their zombies. There’s a bunch of them like him on nairaland. A lot actually. That trash their own kind and worship white

lol grin grin He called me psychotic, traumatized, paranoid and bipolar because I don't worship whites like he does. When will black men lead and not follow? I wish there were more like you who are wise enough to see through the smoke screen. undecided On top of that, he has the nerve to pm me.

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Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Favor99(m): 10:14pm On Jun 19, 2018
khiaa:


lol grin grin He called me psychotic, traumatized, paranoid and bipolar because I don't worship whites like he does. When will black men lead and not follow? I wish there were more like you who are wise enough to see through the smoke screen. undecided
Yea thanks. smiley We would have been way better off and light years ahead of where we are if we weren’t so ignorant and brainwashed.

Me and another guy on another thread are trying to educate these guys, but they keep fighting throwing ethnic slurs at each other.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by numen(m): 9:29am On Jun 28, 2018
TheCabal:


abeg, abeg just hang it there!

Have you seen the calabar man, denigrate the itshekiri or the benin man deny the afemai his right . Please, don't mention use "various tribes" in your quack analysis.

History books are replete with stories of major tribes battling each other, and major tribes marginalizing minorities. I am yet to see minority tribes, on nairaland heralding 16 pages of inter tribal arguments.

Correct yourself and stop repeating what your told by other quack analyst like babajide of channelstv. Major tribes have issues with themselves, the minorities so far have been simply victims of circumstances or dragged into such issues as cannon fodder.

Hate in various tribes .. my foot. Let the Hausa, Ibo and Yoruba be at the tip of your lips when next you talk about hate in Nigeria. Just repeating words like 3 year old.

Please grow up. If you won't, then by all means wallow in your ignorance and e-bliss.
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by IHate9jerianss: 1:13pm On Nov 21, 2018
khiaa:


Why are you surprised? That demonic gene is in their DNA, they can't help it, it's their nature, but most Nigerians love them no matter what they do. undecided Watch how many Nigerians come to her defense.
That monicker is upto mischief on this website.I just read a post of "hers" on a thread where "she" was justifying racism towards black people and Nigerians were supporting "her"!! Unbelievable!

https://www.0.freebasics.com/https/www.nairaland.com/4855733/blackfishing-new-trend-white-people/3?iorg_service_id_internal=1646953538912597%3BAfoGdlUHZ_h69gnh
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by IHate9jerianss: 1:19pm On Nov 21, 2018
Favor99:

Keep deceiving us, your not our friends. You guys are like wolf in sheeps clothing.

It’s known fact that you whites divide and rule and put tension between blacks all over the world. Just like your portraying Africa to the world as a dark jungle filled with backwards Unclad people. And most people around the world believe it. People are killing and attacking Africans as a result.

I came across one of "her" posts yesterday which I found a little disturbing.I decided to read "her" past posts and i discovered there is clearly a "White power" thing going on in them.That monicker is upto something untoward on this site
Re: What The Igbos Can Learn From The Yorubas - By Joe Igbokwe by Favor99(m): 10:39am On Nov 23, 2018
IHate9jerianss:
I came across one of "her" posts yesterday which I found a little disturbing.I decided to read "her" past posts and i discovered there is clearly a "White power" thing going on in them.That monicker is upto something untoward on this site
Yea unfortunately there are lots of people on social media and forums that spread division and hate between Blacks.
Our people are too busy fighting one another instead of coming together as one. A lot of the people here on nairaland are unkowingly working against their own country. Were fighting each other instead of building each other up and progressing

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