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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by dyydxx1: 1:03pm On Mar 10
DesChyko:


Okay. Since you have no relevant contribution to the post you originally quoted, it'll be wiser to stick to the purpose of this thread instead of aimless yammering.

i think you got the message
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:05pm On Mar 10
yusuf0876:
hausas are plenty than Ibo in Lagos
Please tell him because some Lagos Ibadan express way hawkers will just be typing nonsense from his hut

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by franchasng(m): 1:08pm On Mar 10
Lyoncrescent:
APC will win Lagos. I don't think our Igbo brothers and sisters should be persecuted and most igbos I know in Lagos also see themselves as Lagosians too as other tribes who have spent most of their life here . Lagos is cosmopolitan and every tribe plays their part to make Lagos great not just we yorubas. We need igbos same way we need every tribe . However what I cannot accept is when people call Lagos a no man's land. That's totally wrong .

Amazing how some keep calling Lagos a no man's land .
The thing is my mum is from Lagos. Lagos Island to be precise. She can trace four generations back to her family house in Lagos Island. The history of Lagos from the period of the aworis showed that yorubas dominated the landscape prior to the Oba of Benin expedition. Every Oba of Lagos has been yoruba. Historically, yorubas have been the dominant tribe in Lagos even before Nigeria became a nation

Saying that Lagos is a melting point for everyone is acceptable. After all it is the commercial capital of Nigeria and so many tribes have lived their entire life here which is why its a melting point. London is another classic example as the curent Mayor of London is of Pakistani Origin but also sees himself as a Londoner. Look at the way Nigerians are moving to Canada for better opportunities in droves. Canada is also becoming a melting point.

I cant imagine the Mayor of London now saying simply because he is of pakistani origin, London is now a no mans land. Or, the millions of Nigerians and Africans who have left for Canada should now turn back and say that Canada is a no mans land simply because maybe one Nkechi Adebunmi should become Prime Minister of Canada in future.

The thing is when people say Lagos is a no mans land, they actually attempt to diminish the cultural ties that generations have had in Lagos prior to migration. Based on almost every known record, yorubas were the orignial settlers in Lagos. If I now move to Enugu or Kano and i am popular in my community there and i speak the language and i win a seat in the house of reps there and get a street named after me , can i then also turn arround and say Enugu or Kano is no mans Land ?

Lagos is a melting point. You can say you are also a Lagosian. It can be our lagos together if you want but to say its a no mans land in the context people say is offensive/insensitive to say the least.
You started well but started sounding too emotional and spoilt your good start.

See, "Lagos is no man's land" is a slang used by all including Yorubas themselves!

Everybody know Lagos is in Southwest Nigeria and by so, it belongs to Yorubas nobody is dragging that with you guys so stop making it seem like Igbos are dragging Lagos with Yorubas, how

The problem is, it seems Yorubas of recent have become too insecure in their own land maybe out of unnecessary fear of Igbos fast growth in wealth and population in Lagos.

You guys should stop worrying about nothing!

Even Toke Makinwa a Yoruba lady used "Lagos is no man's land" slang last 2 weeks when making a post on her twitter handle about the presidential election.

You guys should stop heating up the polity unnecessarily, the war una de find, una fit see am oh, hmmm

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Sannisege: 1:08pm On Mar 10
1nigeriamyfoot:
OYO STATE
IBADAN NORTH EAST
APC: 12533
PDP: 30824

I trust my local government, we buried APC grin
Mumu, APC is alive in economically viable places like Lagos and Ogun States. Who your local government epp? PDP have your amala/ewedu local government

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by DesChyko(m): 1:09pm On Mar 10
PRESS RELEASE
Information reaching us is that one Dan Nwafor, Governor Okotocha's aide, is still hovering around Mbaitoli local government headquarters trying to bribe the collation officer. His phone number is available on request.
Also one Chidi Ibe from Amuzi Ihenworie Ahiazu Mbaise,Governor Okorocha's aide, is equally hovering around the council headquarters, Afor Oru with ten million naira inside his black tinted glass SUV jeep with covered number plate trying to bribe the collation officer for Ahiazu Mbaise LGA .The people should resist him .
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:10pm On Mar 10
okewumi:
Shomolu Lagos
APC= 40,408
PDP= 9,991
APC are raking everywhere, Jimi,Ibo kobalize you.
Jimi this is my advice to you, after the election, go to the drawing board and omits the Ibos from your supporters and see how the love we had for you returns.If not OYO is your name.If I see you for Apapa I go throw away eyes for you

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Lyoncrescent: 1:13pm On Mar 10
franchasng:
You started well but started sounding too emotional and spoilt your good start.

See, "Lagos is no man's land" is a slang used by all including Yorubas themselves!

Everybody know Lagos is in Southwest Nigeria and by so, it belongs to Yorubas nobody is dragging that with you guys so stop making it seem like Igbos are dragging Lagos with Yorubas, how

The problem is, it seems Yorubas of recent have become too insecure in their own land maybe out of unnecessary fear of Igbos fast growth in wealth and population in Lagos.

You guys should stop worrying about nothing!

Even Toke Makinwa a Yoruba lady used "Lagos is no man's land" slang last 2 weeks when making a post on her twitter handle about the presidential election.

You guys should stop heating up the polity unnecessarily, the war una de find, una fit see am oh, hmmm
Ok.we can agree to disagree. However I insist that the radicals on both sides of the divide are in the minority and we have a duty to enlighten and educate them. Even if the oba of Lagos in his characteristic loquacious manner tells me that Lagos is a no man's land , I will disagree with him as we don't know where the new Lagos will be whether Enugu or Katsina and it won't be fair to call them no man's land in future due to high migration. I and most people I know are not jealous of igbos success rather we are in awe and respect the hustle they show . I also don't think yorubas are scared or insecure but what joins us as yorubas with every other tribe is greater than what divides us and I choose to focus on the former than the later. We can a be Lagosians . Lagos can be a rich melting point of diverse cultures just like London but like I said no one can say London is no man's land . Toke by the way is entitled to her opinion and I disagree with her

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by nineone: 1:15pm On Mar 10
I heard PDP won 23 local governments in Delta. How true is this?
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Addme: 1:17pm On Mar 10
DesChyko:


Except if APC rigs it all the way through, PDP would definitely have not less than 5 seats in the House.
I doubt that bro.Most places PDP won in 2015 are already won by APC now.We shall see to that at the end of it all sha.

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:18pm On Mar 10
DesChyko:


At this juncture, you people need to stop abusing that word 'host'.
Igbos and Yorubas have different ideologies on how things should be run and this stretches back to how their internal politics are run in their localities.

But trying to use the word 'host' as though to silence the views of the people, especially in areas where they constitute majority is downright pathetic.

How do you explain this 'host' terminology? What privilege are given to Igbos by the so-called 'hosts' that cannot be gotten elsewhere? Specifically, what privilege is granted to 'immigrants' to Lagos, new and old that qualifies the Yorubas as hosts? Free food? Free accomodation? Free health care? Free business start-ups? undecided


All the nonsense ibos are doing to the Yorubas, millions of them can't try it to the northerners

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by 1nigeriamyfoot: 1:19pm On Mar 10
Sannisege:
Mumu, APC is alive in economically viable places like Lagos and Ogun States. Who your local government epp? PDP have your amala/ewedu local government

OYO STATE
IBARAPA NORTH
APC: 8644
PDP: 11580

grin

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by ugotex85: 1:19pm On Mar 10
Make I book seat.
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:21pm On Mar 10
franchasng:
Go and sit down at your Ogbomosho hut jareh, see ordinary Afikuyomi making mouth and dishing out threats of war, when the war starts now, don't go and hide oh or be calling on Hausa-Fulani to join, or do u think Yoruba alone can face Igbo in a face off civil war You guys should stop beating drums of war that you and your forefathers have never fought before.

Igbos have tasted war, Igbos have single handedly faced the rest of Nigeria for good 2 years, you tell me what war bragging right or accolade do you have to bank on victory

Is it by using armed bandits and OPC members to attack law abiding unarmed Igbos going about their daily business that makes you brave Wait until war breaks out then you can start counting scores okay

Declare the war and let's see how far, idiots making noise online and heating up the polity with empty threats of war.

Stop attacking unarmed civilian Igbos, grow some balls and declare war so every Igbo will be ready and get armed, stop acting like coward Fulani herdsmen who only attack unarmed poor villagers in the middle of the night when they are sleeping and form brave, declare war and let everybody be at alert and let's fight it off once and for all, dimwit angry
See this mud skipper, I was in my polling unit yesterday ready to beat any Ibos that shout Lagos is no mans land but I saw none,It pains me so much.Nonsense

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Lyoncrescent: 1:21pm On Mar 10
Auladimeji2:
I wish I could see any bastard that will say that in my polling unit and see how I will break his head with planks and wait for him to go and call his fellow Judas and see how they will run from that polling unit to their home(s)

No need for that . We need to enlighten people not fight or cause violence . War and tribal clashes start from such and if the minority is not enlightened or educated it can spread like wildfire and no one wants war or clashes . We need to do more talking and enlightenment . God will help us all both igbos and yorubas and every other tribe .
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by 1nigeriamyfoot: 1:22pm On Mar 10
Sannisege:
Mumu, APC is alive in economically viable places like Lagos and Ogun States. Who your local government epp? PDP have your amala/ewedu local government
lyk dey are alive economically which makes Aregbe unable to pay 24months salaries despite paying half salary in Osun State grin

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by judondasylva(m): 1:23pm On Mar 10
Brother I wish to buy you a drink for this post. You captured my mind thanks a lot for dealing with those ignorant fools. Please WhatsApp me me with my number below let’s discuss business. I live in Indonesia
franchasng:
are you not ashamed of yourself Olatunji Taofeek

What do you think make a city rich, famous and great

You think it's when the city is habited by foolish, lazy tribalists who can't think creatively but are good at typing threats and hate words online, is that what you think will make your city great Kids lolz

Go and find out, what made USA the greatest and most prosperous nation in the world; it is their open door nature that brought in migrants, immigrants, etc from all races and nations to build America. That is why most wise and knowledgeable Americans are against Trump's harsh policies towards migrants and immigrants, they know that migrants and immigrants or foreigners built America, but kids like u don't know and won't know.

US Visa lottery played a key role in making America great, which is something Russia lacked, and reason Russia is not as prosperous and promising as USA today despite their technology prowees, because Russians are close minded racists, they hardly travel outside their shores to invest or allow immigrants or migrants to come into their nation to boost their economy.

You Yorubas are towing the same line that destroyed Northeastern Nigeria. The mass exodus of Igbos from Maiduguri and Yola had a very huge negative impact on those states' economy and even security today.

All these bullshit you kids keep typing about Igbos saying rubbish, Igbos are reading and they are very smart people, they are taking note, and with time you will understand the impact.

I have lots of friends who live abroad but have refused to buy any other land in Lagos, citing that Lagos is no longer safe, they now buy in Owerri, Enugu, Asaba, PHC, I am not here to peddle words with u, I am telling u confirmed impacts of you guys tribal threats against Igbos in Lagos.

Me, the land I have on Lagos Island, as a result of pressure from friends not to invest in Lagos property, I am already looking for buyer, which I haven't seen unlike before due to dwindling number of willing buyers.

Go to Italy, I have forgotten the name of that city, the indigenes go out of their way to protect migrants who are mostly blacks from Nigeria, etc and they even try to include them in their politics, and I was watching on CNN 2 days ago, they interviewed their communal leader abi mayor, he said they always ensure their policies are favorable to migrants and immigrants because that their city is one of the most prosperous cities in Italy despite recession in Italy as a result of migrants and immigrants who boost their economy, provide cheap labor and also tax boost.

But kids like you don't think.

You think if 70% of Igbos leave Lagos, Lagos will remain promising as it is now Keep on blabbing, only time will teach u hard lesson about life.

You can check from December 26 - January 6 of every year, compare how Lagos usually looks when majority of Igbos have traveled for Xmas to normal time, that should give you some tip.

Remember, Igbos control 95% of markets in Lagos, and most of these markets also rely on imported goods that come from:

China
Japan
America
Europe
South Korea
Thailand
India
Hong Kong
Indonesia

And Igbos as a result of their expedition nature make up 90% or more of people who control imports from the aforementioned countries, so their exit in Lagos will definitely collapse Lagos IGR and economy.

And if u think u can also import, then think again. Igbos over the years have spread their wings all over the world while u tribal urchins and local champions are busy mocking them for abandoning their villages to be traveling around the world, but yes their traveling around the world has made them pillars of world trade.

Igbos have made doing business easy and lucrative for all Nigerians. Look at Mini Importation business in Nigeria and Africa today, if not for Igbos who against all odds many years ago relocated massively to China, tell me how many Africans could have afforded to ship goods from China to Africa through DHL, Fedex, etc

Igbos made it easy for young Nigerians to start mini importation business with small capital and the reason many youths in Nigeria don't feel the impact of Buhari's poor governance that brought mass unemployment of Nigerian youths.

Yet you useless tribalists don't appreciate the great works Igbos are doing in your lives, fools!


So think before you talk, its not about internet war of words, Igbos have become indomitable, sadly

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by 1nigeriamyfoot: 1:23pm On Mar 10
OYO STATE
ORIIRE
APC: 15810
PDP: 9856

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by jamoscofield(m): 1:26pm On Mar 10
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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:27pm On Mar 10
xandercage1:

chest beater if war start now u go run
To where
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by prince3009(m): 1:29pm On Mar 10
success1smyn:

aworis are a Yoruba clan just as the egbas, ijebus, oyos, ekiti et al

But the Oba of Lagos says Aworis are a fraction of the Binis. Are you trying to argue with the Oba of Lagos?
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by emerich(m): 1:30pm On Mar 10
Auladimeji2:
See this mud skipper, I was in my polling unit yesterday ready to beat any Ibos that shout Lagos is no mans land but I saw none,It pains me so much.Nonsense
Slow poke, seems you aren't tired of being an agbero...
Just imagine this idiot saying he would beat any Igbo guy, as if you can actually stand one if you see.
Bunch of cowards.

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by DesChyko(m): 1:32pm On Mar 10
Auladimeji2:
All the nonsense ibos are doing to the Yorubas, millions of them can't try it to the northerners

Give one example of such 'nonsense' things Igbos are doing to Yorubas with the 'host' context in mind.
N.B.: As an aftermath to the election won in Lagos, Ojo LGA to be precise, some Northerners went on a celebratory rampage which culminated in a ritous face-off between them and the police resulting in the death of two. Let that sink in.

Now, give me an example of the nonsense you said Igbos are doing to the Yorubas in Lagos, please.
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:37pm On Mar 10
emerich:

Slow poke, seems you aren't tired of being an agbero...
Just imagine this idiot saying he would beat any Igbo guy, as if you can actually stand one if you see.
Bunch of cowards.
The funny is that many people waited for ibos at the polling unit but none came.That your mouth wey be like siever I for twist am for you.Nonsense

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by DesChyko(m): 1:38pm On Mar 10
Lyoncrescent:


No need for that . We need to enlighten people not fight or cause violence . War and tribal clashes start from such and if the minority is not enlightened or educated it can spread like wildfire and no one wants war or clashes . We need to do more talking and enlightenment . God will help us all both igbos and yorubas and every other tribe .

The reality on ground is that people can always disagree with words, but it'll take a great deal of provocation and ignorance for it to degenerate into violence, especially on a large scale.
While I do not believe these 'online' shenanigans can cause an ethnic rift between both tribes in the near future, I agree it is wise to seek caution now that the issue is at its humble beginnings.
I can't see myself translating my disdain for such online incitement towards the Yorubas I work with and live among. Even some comments here are betrayals to our common existence in reality.
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Auladimeji2: 1:39pm On Mar 10
DesChyko:


Give one example of such 'nonsense' things Igbos are doing to Yorubas with the 'host' context in mind.
N.B.: As an aftermath to the election won in Lagos, Ojo LGA to be precise, some Northerners went on a celebratory rampage which culminated in a ritous face-off between them and the police resulting in the death of two. Let that sink in.

Now, give me an example of the nonsense you said Igbos are doing to the Yorubas in Lagos, please.
Can any Ibo shout Abuja is no mans land even though it was built by everyone

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Lyoncrescent: 1:42pm On Mar 10
DesChyko:


The reality on ground is that people can always disagree with words, but it'll take a great deal of provocation and ignorance for it to degenerate into violence, especially on a large scale.
While I do not believe these 'online' shenanigans can cause an ethnic rift between both tribes in the near future, I agree it is wise to seek caution now that the issue is at its humble beginnings.
I can't see myself translating my disdain for such online incitement towards the Yorubas I work with and live among. Even some comments here are betrayals to our common existence in reality.

God bless you. I am glad you agree it's wise to seek caution. Enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a great week ahead.
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by DesChyko(m): 1:43pm On Mar 10
Auladimeji2:
Can any Ibo shout Abuja is no mans land even though it was built by everyone

Give an example of the 'nonsense' Igbos are doing to Yorubas in Lagos and you took me all the way to Abuja, ehn Oladimeji? undecided
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by 1nigeriamyfoot: 1:45pm On Mar 10
OYO STATE
ATISBO
APC: 9678
PDP: 10026

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Nobody: 1:48pm On Mar 10
Auladimeji2:
Sine you knew Yorubas are doing themselves, How is it Igbos problem, Abia is there,dirty, slums everywhere.Instead of you to focuse on your problems,you and your tribe carries Yoruba's matter on your head like slaves. Nonsense

like I said before, ur ethnic bigotry and hatred on yourselves have no effect on Ndigbo so stop bringing Igbo into your frustration.

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by Nobody: 1:49pm On Mar 10
Auladimeji2:
Can you imagine your tribe,You claimed that you developed other people's region yet you can't develop yours.Is that not witch craft and stupidity combine

your region in general is not more developed than Igboland. kiss the truth before I start showing u pictures of your so-called developed SW lol
Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by 1nigeriamyfoot: 1:51pm On Mar 10
OYO STATE
IBARAPA CENTRAL
APC: 7888
PDP: 10964

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Re: 2019 Governorship Election Results In Nigeria As Announced By INEC by BabaIbo: 1:56pm On Mar 10
In a free and fair election... PDP go beat APC hands down...


But truth be told PDP dey learn work for where APC dey wen e come to rigging matter

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