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The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Nchara: 1:14am On Aug 01, 2010
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by sjeezy8: 1:21am On Aug 01, 2010
forget history I want to see more hausa-fulanis in the government NOW in igboland
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Nchara: 2:23am On Aug 01, 2010
How many Igbos are in govt in Yorubaland now? Despite our pop we have only Ben.
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by tjmc: 9:14am On Jul 07, 2012
all dat na wash, for me i believe the ibos occupied places like abuja, plateau or the entire middle belts before.
cant u see the similarity of the some places with igbo names like abaji, nd so many odas.

besides daniel amokachi is from benue but wif ibo names. cool cool cool

wen the rite tyme comes we shall reclaim our lands. cheesy cheesy cheesy

ibo zionism is springing up soon angry angry angry

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Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by achi4u(m): 9:52am On Jul 07, 2012
we need to reclaim those igbo terretories fast.

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Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by ASOROCKb(m): 11:19am On Jul 07, 2012
Lol@
achi4u: we need to reclaim those igbo terretories fast.

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Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by joeyfire(m): 12:08pm On Jul 07, 2012
Very interesting. We can say what we want about Zik but if truth be told. The man was ahead of his time. Though some would say ahead of himself for daring to believe in a united state mae up of diverse groups. I believe his american experience encouraged this line of thought.
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Dede1(m): 12:47pm On Jul 07, 2012
In 1954, Zik appointed a Yoruba the first press secretary of eastern region.
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by BlackPikiN(m): 8:26pm On Dec 08, 2012
People dont remember this.
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Ibrahimmrfish: 9:40pm On Dec 08, 2012
Recover what igbo land?U mean to tell me my beautiful Kogi state is iyamuri land.Try it and see what will happen to u guys,stay in ur f.u. c king biafra,and leave us alone.

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Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by BlackPikiN(m): 2:22am On Dec 16, 2012
^^^Why r u mad?

Ewu!!
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by saintneo(m): 2:32am On Dec 16, 2012
Unu abia go ozo! Make una no carry hatred come pour upon Igbo people again o!
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Akainzo(m): 10:46am On Apr 08, 2015
Nchara:
http://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2010/04/06/the-first-mayor-of-enugu-was-an-ethnic-fulani/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enugu
http://www.answers.com/topic/enugu
http://allafrica.com/stories/201003170368.html

History lessons

Those are clearly FAKE stuff put there just for the purposes of deceiving people. The references are only linking themselves and the Sklar sources are none existent.

As usual Wikipedia is not a genuine or authentic source of any information.
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by papauju(m): 6:13pm On Jul 08, 2015
Ibrahimmrfish:
Recover what igbo land?U mean to tell me my beautiful Kogi state is iyamuri land.Try it and see what will happen to u guys,stay in ur f.u. c king biafra,and leave us alone.
thanks for recognising biafran state

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Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Fash20: 7:03pm On Jul 08, 2015
tjmc:
all dat na wash, for me i believe the ibos occupied places like abuja, plateau or the entire middle belts before.
cant u see the similarity of the some places with igbo names like abaji, nd so many odas.

besides daniel amokachi is from benue but wif ibo names. cool cool cool

wen the rite tyme comes we shall reclaim our lands. cheesy cheesy cheesy

ibo zionism is springing up soon angry angry angry
reclaim Nigeria territory? You must b a joker
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by FAVOURICE(m): 9:00am On Jul 28, 2015
story 4 d gods,foolani my foot,#biafra my father land, haters hug nearest transformer.
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by Obiobi8(m): 4:43am On Dec 01, 2015
Foolish post..
After the British bombed so many places and killed so many people to create this fallacy called Nigeria and another fallacy called unity..
After the government will drop 75kg barrel bombs on anybody who opposes this so called unity..

You are surprised that a fulani can be mayor of an Igbo city (allegedly)??
Re: The First Mayor Of Enugu, The Most Politically Important Igbo City, Was A Fulani by OreMI22: 4:45am On Dec 01, 2015
Even the first mayor of Washington DC was an Hausa man

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