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|Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Breakingfamous: 9:42am On Mar 09|
'Igbo, we no dey trust una again' - Oluremi Tinubu tells voter
Nigerians reacted to Tinubu's comment about Igbos in Lagos.
In a video shared online by Punch newspaper, Bola Tinubu's wife, Senator Remi Tinubu bluntly told an Igbo man "Igbo, we no dey trust una again".
Watch the video and see how people are reacting to the video and Mrs Tinubu's comment.
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Breakingfamous: 9:45am On Mar 09|
Watch the video HERE
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by ola6: 9:48am On Mar 09|
Before nko. Let this election season end first...
Stupid people...and to be Frank, it was tinubu that started this nonsense in the first place
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by olalekan90(m): 9:50am On Mar 09|
The man that has lagos treasury in his pocket
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Expensive2000(m): 10:06am On Mar 09|
U will be thinking u knw maths until Lagos conductor tells u oga /madam take 60naira,give me 200 let me give u 50 naira nd u urself will be like how, don't worry give him joor he knw it more than u do
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by celebgistz2: 10:06am On Mar 09|
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Generalkorex(m): 10:06am On Mar 09|
I reserve my comment
|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by R2bees(m): 10:06am On Mar 09|
THE MOST TALKED ABOUT 5% IN THE WHOLE WORLD,,, UNDERESTIMATE US AT YOUR PERIL... Abugodum nwa afor sef, onwero ife neme.
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by LexngtonSteele: 10:06am On Mar 09|
Even Igbos don't trust themselves. Fact!
Crime, monopoly on prostitution, drug dealing, rituals ...when will all these stop?
Ndigbo need to sit up and inculcate good values
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by EvilMetahuman: 10:07am On Mar 09|
flat head must blame tinubu for everything.
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Earthquake2: 10:07am On Mar 09|
Igbos don't trust the bullion van bastard
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by LordCenturion(m): 10:08am On Mar 09|
Abi,igbo hatred for Northern people is something else,whereas PDP was created by the same northern people, they carried PDP matter for head like gala awker,they forgets their own party(APGA) that was created from their own root...
They called yorubas slave to northern people, but when one of them promised them a VP slot, they become a slaves..
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by jchioma: 10:08am On Mar 09|
Oluremi Tinubu have spoken the minds of most afonjas, so nothing new. But that will not stop us from speaking our minds and voting for who we want. O to ge! Tinubu.
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Stanweezy(m): 10:08am On Mar 09|
Because they refused to vote for ur husband's puppet, they only wants to exercise their franchise and vote the best with economic policy that will favour their business that's all. Please don't hate them because their business matters to them
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by priceaction: 10:08am On Mar 09|
EvilMetahuman:I think giving them appointments in his government. I think the guy is on same page with tinubus wife.
The irony is that Hausa/fulani has population that double ibos in lagos, but you will never see them misbehaving.
Few days ago I, was listening to classic FM jingles that one igbo support forum sponsored, urging all igbos to come out enmass to vote for someone else who will support their dreams in lagos and not someone who will frustrate their efforts. I was like, this is not necessary, because it will always hit up polity. Hausa community will never do that.
Why can't you go out and vote of your choice without over stepping boundary? Oh I forgot, lagos is no mans land, continue with that... Ok.
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by MANNABBQGRILLS: 10:08am On Mar 09|
Tho, the video was only audible for the first 4 seconds and went with no audio for the remaining seconds,
We can't say we heard her saying that at this particular time, until we are able to get another clip of this episode.
That being said,
Below is FOOD FOR THOUGHT for TRUE IGBOS of our nation,
Truth is always bitter tho......
(Written 5 months ago)
SOUTH EAST: IS IT NOT TOO LATE?
I have read the recent transmissions by Senator Bukola Saraki directed at my Igbo tribe. I have deliberately kept mum on this as I had earlier resolved to speak less on Igbos as regards the 2019 Elections and 2023 Presidency having said quite a bit.
However seeing as some of my brethren have swallowed the cheap bait, I will chip this in just to keep the reality before us, at least for posterity sake. Truth is bitter but it's still the best medicine.
My people say; 'He who does not remember where the rain started beating him, will not remember where it stopped'.
REWIND TO 2014.
A new National Party was being conceived. Political Parties, political players and Regions were being wooed to the new alliance.
'We' Igbos (read South East) vehemently refused to touch it even with a long pole. We packaged, sold to ourselves and bought the baseless propaganda that it was an Islamic alliance that would birth an "Islamic" and "Hausa" Party. Simply because those our brethren heavily invested in the PDP at the time were afraid of losing their vested selfish interests.
Till today I'm still trying to fathom the basis for that wicked and twisted deceit especially as many of those Igbo elites who sold that dummy have since ported to the same APC.
We failed to even identify with that new Alliance. Hence the Party, APC was birthed without any remarkable input from us or presence. The few amongst us who aligned were called all kinds of names and abused to high heavens by us even when they were proven right afterall.
Thus the few Igbos who were part of it were at best fringe players as they didn't have the required clout to make serious demands and do the necessary political wheeling and dealing required in Politics to strike the hard bargains since politics is all about interests and numbers. They were even suspect, so much so that it was only their personal political sagacity that gave them whatever they got.
That Party went on to win the Presidential Election which in truth, most of us never believed it could or would, because of our half baked permutations and poor understanding of Nigerian politics. But it did.
Curiously we turned up at the fore front of telling this same Party how it should share it's 'spoils of war'. We became hypocritical moral champions with an over bloated sense of entitlement. Who does that, in all political reality and practicality? But we did, even while vehemently and vociferously still refusing to shift our position, style and rhethoric.
We dug in. Supported every bad thing and person against the Party, the elected President and the Administration while denying any and every good done to and for our Region.
Fast forward to where we are today. Almost four years after the 2015 misadventure, we have stayed put at 2015, refusing to move forward, refusing to shift grounds, refusing to play pragmatic politics, telling ourselves the same lies we cooked and bought in 2015 and some more.
Now barely 5 months to another election, we have started again saying "APC cannot give Presidency to Igbos in 2023". "Buhari cannot hand over to an Igbo man because Buhari hates Igbos". "APC is deceiving you", bla bla bla.
Of course. We will believe Saraki, who has only but a fanthom dream of becoming President and whose only known record is selfishness but we can't believe Buhari who's already President and who has a record of voluntarily picking two great Igbo sons as running mates in the past? Chukwu aju.
It is interesting and vital to note here that the PDP which many of us still proudly support and adore was in power for 16 solid years and in those years there were 4 Presidential Inaugurations and on none of those was an Igbo man found worthy by the PDP of even Vice Presidency and we are still bold to say it is the APC that has not even finished one tenure that doesn't want to give power to Igbos. Odi nma.
NOW; Seriously, let's be sincere. As things stand today politically, why would the APC even hand power to us Igbos in 2023?
On what grounds?
On what records?
On what politics?
Is power given to anyone?
Is it an appeasement or a gift?
The APC is a political party. The main focus of a political Party is to hold power and keep it to enable it deliver on its agenda. So if the APC reads that the SE does not want the Presidency or does not have the capacity to help them win and keep power, they will stick with the regions that can and work with individuals who are interested.
Make no mistake, I have always said, I do not blame us Igbos for the decision majority of us took in 2015. It's our right. But continuing to pretend that it was other regions, Buhari or the APC that made us do what we did then or remain where we are today is purely self deceit and I refuse to play that ostrich game.
As far back as 2014, I and many others made that argument that Igbo Presidency was very feasible in 2023, ONLY under under the APC, ONLY IF we did a couple of things right politically. I personally continued to speak loudly on that even after the 2015 elections until when I realized that we were not ready to play the politics that was required and now I dare say it may be too late. Or is it not? Time will tell.
For now, we can continue to tell ourselves that we cannot hold the Presidency of Nigeria. I heard and read many of our brethren go from PDP to Biafra/seccesion (read IPOB) to Referendum to "Igbos do not need Presidency but Restructuring" etc forgetting that all that didn't lie squarely with us alone. We think other regions are not reading our body language?
I really don't care what Saraki writes or says because they've all come to realize that it's very easy to play us like a flute. So like Saraki, like Fani Kayode, like Fayose, like Atiku, even Jonah Jang of all people, they keep playing us.
I've learnt not to bother myself anymore to avoid unnecessary abuse from nonentities . As some of us have said, it's good governance we want, even if only one village will be producing the Presidents. So be it.
Ka Chineke mezie okwu.
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by Drabeey(m): 10:08am On Mar 09|
You cannot be living and have also prospered on someone's land and still go against what the Landlord/landlady wants!
We Yoruba's are so lenient and accommodating, if I may ask, can Igbos's call Kano 'no man's land' because it is also a business hub?
Just for the record, Oluremi Tinubu, Lagos belongs to us and not you and your husband. we true owners of Lagos say 'we still trust our Igbo neighbours'
Drabeey was Here
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by StOla: 10:09am On Mar 09|
Igbos who have long been terming others as traitors, are now also being called traitors.
I wonder what emotional diatribe they have as a reaction to this?
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by McAausim: 10:09am On Mar 09|
|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by temitemi1(m): 10:09am On Mar 09|
Lagos landlord's wife is speaking... "Oto ge" version of Kwara is loading in Lagos
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by LastSurvivor11: 10:09am On Mar 09|
Y would you trust who came to your assumed state, bought all your lands and shops and made you tenant in your own community
Don't get it wrong, it's not about trust but more of envy and jealousy!!
It's a shame that after 20 pounds given to them after war they are still very able to compete with other tribes in less than 50 years..
I feel your pains afonja
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|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by kazvid(m): 10:10am On Mar 09|
|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by EvilMetahuman: 10:10am On Mar 09|
|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by BoboKush(m): 10:10am On Mar 09|
Watch them igbo masturbate on this thread... 1, 2, 3 go..
|Re: Remi Tinubu Says: 'Igbo, We No Dey Trust Una Again'. Nigerians React by martineverest(m): 10:10am On Mar 09|
I don't blame her tho...
everyone has the right to vote who they want to vote in.
the truth is that other tribes living in Lagos have embraced yorubas and yorubas also embraced them back,APOLITICALLY...but ibos don't even want to align with yorubas, apolitically...yorubas have been enduring this condescending attitude towards them by ibos and yorubas can no longer endure it any longer.
Politically,other tribes in Lagos, especially the Edos and deltans are supporters of PDP in Lagos,but they chose to vote PDP without taunting yoruba APC fans....but ibos,who are doing otherwise
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