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|I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Freedem: 1:11pm On Jun 06|
I just want to say that that I love you. Please send me your love back with your comments. You're more than welcome in Yoruba land. Finally stop the propaganda and hate. Let's unte..
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by ChristianNorth: 1:33pm On Jun 06|
Freedem:Be guided, Ndi Igbo don't have any issue with Yorubas and we will never have any.
Forget about the madness going on here, it is all hoax. Outside Nairaland we have healthy relationship and have learnt to tolerate each other excesses.
Both my Senior Analyst and the Support Analyst are Yorubas and I can't trade those dudes for anything. I have represented more Yorubas than Igbos and my biggest breakthrough came from Lagos, though they have scammed me more than any region.
Forget about the madness going on here, we just use it to relief stress.
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|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Danwilliams4u43: 1:54pm On Jun 06|
Fool, speak for yourself and not the igbo nation.
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|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Freedem: 2:03pm On Jun 06|
So you hate Yorubas?
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Freedem: 2:03pm On Jun 06|
Lalastica move this to the front page, let's see what happens
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by ChristianNorth: 2:13pm On Jun 06|
Danwilliams4u43:Where did this hateful thing crawled out from. Idiat, Ndi Igbo have no issue with Ndi Yoruba.
The madness starts and ends here on Nairaland.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Xander85: 2:29pm On Jun 06|
I think you’ll find Ndigbo don’t hate anyone!
What’s happening is akin to a woman trapped in an unloving and abusive marriage, and when she wants to leave is prevented from doing so by a group benefitting from the union and who think she has no reason to want out and whatever ill-treatment she’s going through was brought about by her and her deceased parents, hence she must suffer the maltreatment and indignities in silence! You reckon she would be brimming with love for these people and be willing to keep quiet so as to not ‘rock-the-boat’ and disrupt her traducers from disproportionately reaping the benefits of the union!?
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|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by theenchanter: 2:30pm On Jun 06|
ChristianNorth:this, I can confirm.... its correct.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Loveijaw: 2:37pm On Jun 06|
Xander85:Enough said! my Yoruba people please make sure you read this... THANK YOU!
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by ChristianNorth: 2:50pm On Jun 06|
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Freedem: 2:54pm On Jun 06|
Forget about all that, I love Igbos, they're my brother's. I want the best for you.
Do you love me back? It's a simple question.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by kutchs: 3:15pm On Jun 06|
Freedem:The truth as much as it must be said is that the hate is mutual as is the love.
But the hate doesn't take us anywhere, we need unity even in our diversity. When we understand and tolerate our differences, we can achieve great as a people.
I've many Yoruba as friends, many who have impacted my life in many positive ways, I've some too who would rather I don't survive (not because I'm Igbo anyway). In same vein, I've helped and assisted many and they will forever remain grateful.
Let's love and not hate.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Freedem: 3:38pm On Jun 06|
Correct we need to unite and find a common ground outside of politics.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by mightyhaze: 3:39pm On Jun 06|
christiannorth said it in a nutshell. I as an igbo guy hate nobody. infact i have no stomach for hatred. As a tradesman, iv had dealings with ppl from all walks of life..The truth is dat everybody is different and fascinating in his own way,..but the watchword here is fairness..u dont cut sb and expect him not to bleed.. Igbos need fairness and equity in the country..
。op,u can put ur words into action by actively supporting an igbo president com 2023
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by pazienza(m): 3:41pm On Jun 06|
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Osagyefo98: 4:04pm On Jun 06|
I don't know how to sugar coat words but people like Awolowo needs to be condenmed more to eternal and forever damnation and I know of course peace has eluded his nothingness.
There is no love even with Victor Banjo .
Nobody can entertain a relationship filled with betrayal and back stabbing and of course awolowo died regretting his actions. Today his children or protege are taking cue from his legacy of sniper and are sending themselves to hell.
Unity on what ground. If anybody tell u that there is unity then that person is a liar and anyone saying there is love, desist from the fellow because he is a demon.
Op what is Ideal is never practicable.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by soulpeppersoup(m): 4:12pm On Jun 06|
Brother you are the one that is a fool. Igbos don't hate people, what we hate is their ideology.
If you're Igbo and you hate others, you're not a true Igbo.
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|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by helinues: 4:16pm On Jun 06|
Hatred already paid 3 months rent in your hearts. Kindly refund the money or...
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by helinues: 4:20pm On Jun 06|
The hatred and beefing only exists on internet not in real life.
Who get time for hating?
Love never help anyone, se na hatred one con work?
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by RealGOAT: 4:28pm On Jun 06|
Freedem:Igbos are not the problem but your folks, too tribalistic in nature. I speak from experience coz my brother works in an establishment in Lagos where Yorubas are majority.
Come down to the east and see how Yorubas are treated even if they are only one among the Igbos.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by AstralBody: 4:59pm On Jun 06|
We only hate their traitorship tendencies. U can only find a no two face Afonja,in1 out of 100. Invariably,an Afonja is a born traitor n a coward.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by MetaPhysical: 5:21pm On Jun 06|
You are trying to be politically correct. Mmtchewww, if i catch you.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by IkpuMmadu: 5:28pm On Jun 06|
Don't take these online banters serious...in real life Igbo and Yoruba cut deals and do good business so don't take the online yabbings to offline...Yoruba are nice dudes
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Yujin(m): 5:30pm On Jun 06|
Watching out for any impostor on a mission to cause confusion.
To the topic at hand, I'll say Igbos hate no one who's fair in his dealings. The Igbo/Yoruba relationship is a very funny and yet bitter one. Funny in the sense that despite all the insults and braggadoccio, no any real violent conflict have occurred among them. Bitter on the other hand in that the danger of a violent conflict is very much possible given the stupid politics the Yorubas are playing against Ndigbo. After studying European history extensively and juxtaposing it with what we are doing in Nigeria today, I've seen that we can't escape that violence that we can easily avoid. We simply refuse to learn from the mistake of others. America dropped two atomic bombs in Japan yet they still helped to rebuild her. Today they are strong allies. Germany was almost reduced to nothing yet those they led their subjugation helped to rebuild her but here in Nigeria I'm told my forefathers did a coup therefore I shouldn't aspire to certain positions in a country I'm suppose to be it's citizen. Tufiakwa!
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|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by ChristianNorth: 5:44pm On Jun 06|
MetaPhysical:I don't need your validation, boss.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by T9ksy(m): 6:07pm On Jun 06|
And if I may ask, how are the yorubas resisting your exit from the abusive and unloving marriage that your elite, due to their greedy propensity, willing went into?
Are the yorubas, "owners of Nigeria" holding you and your folks, captive in the country?
Am certain that even when you finally get your Biafra, your people will still troop down to yorubaland in search of a better life even though you have nothing but utter disdain for the people.
In the last
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by BuhariAdvocate: 6:19pm On Jun 06|
Igbo should tender their unreserved apology letter to the yoruba nation.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Danwilliams4u43: 6:26pm On Jun 06|
Nairaland is full of (igbo) kids that is bereaved of history, the West hates you, and they have shown and proved it to you time's without numbers that they are your worst enemy, even here on Nairaland.
Forget about the fake love of how Igbos and Yorubas are one, we are not one and can never be.
Don't be deceived by what you see on social media,
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by soulpeppersoup(m): 8:22pm On Jun 06|
Their hate cannot turn us to haters. We don't hate them no matter how much they hate us.
But we don't buy their ideas that doesn't move us forward.
No one deceives us. We know whom we are.
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by Danwilliams4u43: 1:57am On Jun 08|
|Re: I'm Yoruba And I Know You Biafrans Are Hurting. by EagleNest(m): 7:42am On Jun 08|
The two tribes are the most collaborative of any other tribes except in two places - Politics and Nairaland.
It is a sweet and bitter relationship so far!
Nairaland inadvertently, have provided a platform to take this "hate" disease to a toxic level where most people now see almost every thread from tribal lens.
Seun et'al I think you have serious issue to deal with. Use the same Nairaland platform to help promote unity amongst the three major ethnic group. I don't agree when people say that what is spoken here should not to be taken serious. No! This is digital age and people surely are speaking there mind and in many cases meant whatever they say. It should not be trivialised. Some comments here are real.
On political ground, it is still a long journey... and because the Igbos and Yorubas are always not singing the same tune, then the Hausa/Fulanis sort of dictates the political tune.
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