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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by BakireBulmaker: 8:52pm On Jun 12, 2019
mrvitalis:

We dey watch ....lol

Na today una don dey watch

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by mrvitalis(m): 9:04pm On Jun 12, 2019
BakireBulmaker:


Na today una don dey watch
8 years is a small time in politics

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Shuku0kukobambi: 9:05pm On Jun 12, 2019
mrvitalis:


Apart from lagos show me a yoruba city better than aba ...ariel view please ...lets compare

The past governor of western nigeria warned u people igbos have developed more than u guys

Fix ur brown roofs first then we talk

The areas with brown roofs are so wonderful that John pepper Clark wrote a poem about it. Are you not tired of engaging in a d!ck waving contest? Anyway, you can go ahead with the comparison so I can applaud you.

Meanwhile, mention all you gained from all the posts your folks held since 1999? That was the question my post you quoted approximated to.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by mrvitalis(m): 9:07pm On Jun 12, 2019
Shuku0kukobambi:


The areas with brown roofs are so wonderful that John pepper Clark wrote a poem about it. Are you not tired of engaging in a d!ck waving contest? Anyway, you can go ahead with the comparison so I can applaud you.

Meanwhile, mention all you gained from all the posts your folks held since 1999? That was the question my post you quoted approximated to.



What we have gained ? Being the most developed region in nigeria even after the war ...not get out of my mention

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Shuku0kukobambi: 9:10pm On Jun 12, 2019
mrvitalis:

What we have gained ? Being the most developed region in nigeria even after the war ...not get out of my mention

Shut up abeg. See me here thinking we're having a civil discussion. Was the post you quoted directed to you? Or you're too blind to see what the mumu I responded to said?

Congratulations on your 'most developed region' tag. I hope you'll allow us rest now
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by nwanyionitsha: 9:11pm On Jun 12, 2019
Yyeske:
True to the last word, would Ndigbo ever learn after this?
Politics and democracy is about numbers and interests, not emotions and hatred Ndigbo are practising now.
Is it your business.
Abeg,make we hear. Noisemakers. Igbo this igbo that.
I hope you lots now use a different highway from igbo when traveling from from Abuja to lagos.
Foolish things.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by nwanyionitsha: 9:13pm On Jun 12, 2019
PaChukwudi44:

The SE will never vote for APC definitely not under intimidation
Dont mind these useless advisers.
They have all the positions but wont leave igbo people alone.
Igbo this, igbo that since yesterday.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by nwanyionitsha: 9:16pm On Jun 12, 2019
CowHard:


Yet you wail of being schemed out of the NASS leadership composition??

Funny people!!!
Who is wailing. ?
You guys are still the restless ones.
Since yesterday, igbo this, igbo that.
Abeg, make we hear word.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by nwanyionitsha: 9:20pm On Jun 12, 2019
tunjiajayi:


Then tell your people to stop wailing in vain.
But wait I heard the slot for clerk as been zoned automatically to the east angry

Abi Una no want sef angry
Go and eat the position.
Who is wailing if not you. ?
Is it an igbo person that created this thread ?
Abeg, leave igbos alone.
Never seen this kind of obsession.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by nwanyionitsha: 9:22pm On Jun 12, 2019
Shuku0kukobambi:


True you're not wailing but your compatriots online and on the streets have been wailing uncontrollably. The annoying part is that their sole ambition has always been to see how they can sabotage Yoruba, Tinubu and even northerners without thinking of how they'll get there.

It's politicians that benefit from political office but the way they've remained fixated on an election that GEJ and the SS have moved on from makes you wonder what special thing GEJ did in that region.

How many Igbo benefited from Ekweremmadu's 12 years as DSP?
Please,where did you see the people wailing abi your imagination is hyping you.?
Have i even heard ohaneze say a word ?

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by nwanyionitsha: 9:24pm On Jun 12, 2019
Goke7:


folks like you are the problem of your region!
So it is by force to vote Apc ?
Abeg, go and die.
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Bede2u(m): 9:27pm On Jun 12, 2019
mrvitalis:
See if APC think they can make igbos vote for them by trying to starve them of position and marginalise them then they have failed

People like me that supported APC in 2015 and 2019 have withdrawn their support completely

Igbo man can never i repeat never bow to intimidation ...the more u intimate him the more the resist

We vote in one direction ...thats what put us here ...trust me that same voting in one direction would bring Us out back to national politics

Lets see if north would reject the opportunity to retain power by teaming up with igbos in 2023

I laugh when people talk politic is a marathon 8 years is just a lap ...relax and learn from igbos
We vote in one direction ...thats what put us here ...trust me that same voting in one direction would bring Us out back to national politics


U said it all bro....i remember we use to argue. I voted apc in 2015 too....never again

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Bede2u(m): 9:28pm On Jun 12, 2019
Shuku0kukobambi:


True you're not wailing but your compatriots online and on the streets have been wailing uncontrollably. The annoying part is that their sole ambition has always been to see how they can sabotage Yoruba, Tinubu and even northerners without thinking of how they'll get there.

It's politicians that benefit from political office but the way they've remained fixated on an election that GEJ and the SS have moved on from makes you wonder what special thing GEJ did in that region.

How many Igbo benefited from Ekweremmadu's 12 years as DSP?
lol...ss moved on by roundly rejecting apc in 2019? Wow...u guys are really wow

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Bede2u(m): 9:30pm On Jun 12, 2019
Shuku0kukobambi:


My man, you truly supported APC and buhari and it's unfortunate how it all panned out but that's politics.

Personally, I'm even tired of the attention sef. Let the Igbo play their game and get a VP to hausa in 2023, it's not a problem. In 1960, Igbo was governor general and Senate president. Northerner was prime Minister, Yoruba didn't stop eating Amala.

In 1979, Igbo was VP and speaker. Calabar was Senate president, Yoruba didn't stop eating gbegiri.

By all means arrange VP for yourselves in 2023, I won't complain. There are about 300 tribes in Nigeria. All of them deserve a chance
good u knw...no pls dont get tired...open another thread to troll igbos...why stop now?

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Nwadiuto247: 9:33pm On Jun 12, 2019
capitalzero:
Nothing lasts forever.in 2011, both vp and speaker came from northwest and deputy speaker and dsp from south east.South west and north east had none. In the future, things will change.politics is dynmics and lagos money will not be available forever.

Excellent response.

Dont mind the low brainers making noise here as if Igbo has lost forever.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Bede2u(m): 9:33pm On Jun 12, 2019
Goke7:


folks like you are the problem of your region!
in 2023 we will still reject apc...
U will eventually see that our style of politics will eventually unite us with the north in pdp....pray that it wont be to spite yorubas like u are now spiting us

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Bede2u(m): 9:39pm On Jun 12, 2019
Shuku0kukobambi:


So also those ones below your post have kerosene already so oya go and queue for your master's kerosene
na person wey get garri dey need kerozines...person wey dey queue to get garri go still queue to get kerosine

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Konki: 9:45pm On Jun 12, 2019
CowHard:


The inauguration of the ninth assembly which took place on the 11th of June has come and gone but the events and proceedings are still worthy of discussion.
Senator Ahmed Lawan clinched the Senate presidency with Senator Ovie Omo-Agege clinching the deputy slot.

At the green chambers, Hon Femi Gbajabiamila clinched the speakership position while Hon Idris Ahmed Wase got the deputy speaker slot.
However, the aftermath of the NASS elections meant Igbos and South Eastern geopolitical zone got practically nothing.

The proceedings also highlighted the unpreparedness of Ndigbo in the polity and politics of Nigeria. The shameful outing brought to the fore, the lackadaisical and politics of vengeance inherent in this part of the country.

While the eventual winners of the NASS elections were vigorously campaigning and canvassing for votes, our lawmakers went holidaying, expecting to be handpicked and decorated with the winners medal.

The two high ranking senator-elects in the person of the immediate past governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha and his Imo counterpart, senator Uwajumogu who were in a better position to clinch the elective slots were tactically chased away from the national assembly complex with the court while Ndigbo watched and cheered.

Before the composition of the NASS leadership, South East had three elected senators on the platform of the ruling party APC which are Rochas Okorocha, Orji Kalu and Senator Uwajumogu of Imo north senatorial district.
But in a dramatic fashion, two out of the three elected senators had their certificates withdrawn, leaving the region with just a single member in a chamber of 109 senators.

I'm not a fan of Rochas Okorocha and his #iberiberism governance in Imo state but the role he was to play at the red chambers supersedes whatever ills that characterized the politics of Imo state.

Politics calls for a serious permutations and calculations. Gone are the days of ethnic jingoism and victim mentality.
Femi Gbajabiamila toured virtually all the states of federation canvassing for support but ours was to cheer as the only options with a brighter chance got schemed out by the very hegemonic cabals.

We readily cry of being marginalized but in the truest of the whole issue, we are the architect of our misfortune.
The South east has never hidden their hatred for the APC led federal government hence the indifference in the imbroglios that schemed out her bright prospects from the NASS leadership composition.

To compound the whole scenario, the region presented, or rather nominated senator Ike Ekweremadu for senate deputy slot. This is a senator that has held the deputy president position for a record 12 years. The same senator left a bitter taste in the mouth of the ruling party when he clinched his position through the back door at the composition of the 8th Senate.

He was rousingly defeated by his competitor thus seeing to a decline in his political influence.

At the moment, Igbos are left with no strong political force and a strong contender for the 2023 election even if it's zoned to the region.
To Ndigbo, the composition of the NASS leadership is a mere jamboree but to others, it's a warm up to the next general elections.

The dearth of politics of alignment has made the region to be more or less onlookers in the leadership composition of the federation.
At a point, we claim not be interested in the politics of the country but before one says jack, we are back crying of being marginalized.

The South west aligned, lobbied and were rewarded with ministerial portfolios despite enjoying the vice presidency slot.
Raji Fashola is the minister for works, housing and power. Three powerful portfolios!!
Where went my brothers when the food was being served?

Under the PDP, we cried, wept and wailed of marginalization. Is there anything wrong if we give the current ruling party a try? I thought they said there's no harm in trial?
Igbos, while we fight ourselves to destruction, strangers are busy scooping and taking up the slots meant for us.

Odoh Ugochukwu writes from Enugu Ezike

Igbos are republican in nature.

Obasanjo, a Yoruba man ruled for 8 years. What remarkable thing did he do for Yorubas?

North has occupied the Presudency/head of state more than any other zone. Are they more developed (collectively) than Igbos,?

Political position benefits the occupier more than his people. Stop flying ethnic kite.

Firstly ask Igbo governors what they do with monthly allocations \IGR they receive!
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Nwadiuto247: 9:47pm On Jun 12, 2019
CowHard:


The inauguration of the ninth assembly which took place on the 11th of June has come and gone but the events and proceedings are still worthy of discussion.
Senator Ahmed Lawan clinched the Senate presidency with Senator Ovie Omo-Agege clinching the deputy slot.

At the green chambers, Hon Femi Gbajabiamila clinched the speakership position while Hon Idris Ahmed Wase got the deputy speaker slot.
However, the aftermath of the NASS elections meant Igbos and South Eastern geopolitical zone got practically nothing.

The proceedings also highlighted the unpreparedness of Ndigbo in the polity and politics of Nigeria. The shameful outing brought to the fore, the lackadaisical and politics of vengeance inherent in this part of the country.

While the eventual winners of the NASS elections were vigorously campaigning and canvassing for votes, our lawmakers went holidaying, expecting to be handpicked and decorated with the winners medal.

The two high ranking senator-elects in the person of the immediate past governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha and his Imo counterpart, senator Uwajumogu who were in a better position to clinch the elective slots were tactically chased away from the national assembly complex with the court while Ndigbo watched and cheered.

Before the composition of the NASS leadership, South East had three elected senators on the platform of the ruling party APC which are Rochas Okorocha, Orji Kalu and Senator Uwajumogu of Imo north senatorial district.
But in a dramatic fashion, two out of the three elected senators had their certificates withdrawn, leaving the region with just a single member in a chamber of 109 senators.

I'm not a fan of Rochas Okorocha and his #iberiberism governance in Imo state but the role he was to play at the red chambers supersedes whatever ills that characterized the politics of Imo state.

Politics calls for a serious permutations and calculations. Gone are the days of ethnic jingoism and victim mentality.
Femi Gbajabiamila toured virtually all the states of federation canvassing for support but ours was to cheer as the only options with a brighter chance got schemed out by the very hegemonic cabals.

We readily cry of being marginalized but in the truest of the whole issue, we are the architect of our misfortune.
The South east has never hidden their hatred for the APC led federal government hence the indifference in the imbroglios that schemed out her bright prospects from the NASS leadership composition.

To compound the whole scenario, the region presented, or rather nominated senator Ike Ekweremadu for senate deputy slot. This is a senator that has held the deputy president position for a record 12 years. The same senator left a bitter taste in the mouth of the ruling party when he clinched his position through the back door at the composition of the 8th Senate.

He was rousingly defeated by his competitor thus seeing to a decline in his political influence.

At the moment, Igbos are left with no strong political force and a strong contender for the 2023 election even if it's zoned to the region.
To Ndigbo, the composition of the NASS leadership is a mere jamboree but to others, it's a warm up to the next general elections.

The dearth of politics of alignment has made the region to be more or less onlookers in the leadership composition of the federation.
At a point, we claim not be interested in the politics of the country but before one says jack, we are back crying of being marginalized.

The South west aligned, lobbied and were rewarded with ministerial portfolios despite enjoying the vice presidency slot.
Raji Fashola is the minister for works, housing and power. Three powerful portfolios!!
Where went my brothers when the food was being served?

Under the PDP, we cried, wept and wailed of marginalization. Is there anything wrong if we give the current ruling party a try? I thought they said there's no harm in trial?
Igbos, while we fight ourselves to destruction, strangers are busy scooping and taking up the slots meant for us.

Odoh Ugochukwu writes from Enugu Ezike


Oga you wrote well but the main issue here is that majority of our people hate Buhari right from the time he was a military president.

The game will balance when Buhari leaves in 2023. Just watch and see.

APC will experience a lot of cracks between the former ANPP, CPC and AC that make up APC over which group will control the party.

The game will be different from what it is now.

As for Ekweremadu, he messed up though his action on the other hand also gave some credibility to the election atleast to the international communities who may have been hearing that Buhari has handpicked one person and intimidated others not to contest against the person.
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by tunjiajayi: 9:50pm On Jun 12, 2019
nwanyionitsha:
Go and eat the position.
Who is wailing if not you. ?
Is it an igbo person that created this thread ?
Abeg, leave igbos alone.
Never seen this kind of obsession.

Yamree, I have rubbed your humiliation in.

Let me leave you to wail in peace.

Kachifo!
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Nwadiuto247: 9:51pm On Jun 12, 2019
Konki:


Igbos are republican in nature.

Obasanjo, a Yoruba man ruled for 8 years. What remarkable thing did he do for Yorubas?

North has occupied the Presudency/head of state more than any other zone. Are they more developed (collectively) than Igbos,?

Political position benefits the occupier more than his people. Stop flying ethnic kite.

Firstly ask Igbo governors what they do with monthly allocations \IGR they receive!

Our governors have failed serially to give credible leadership.

Ohaneze should stop being partisan
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by KingOdart(m): 10:01pm On Jun 12, 2019
Earthquake2:
[s][/s]

Nobody is wailing Oga, the Igbo man is busy making money

After all your positions in the Nans na una go line up and beg for food

Anambra is a beggars colony

People in Imo sells their baby in return for Money

Ebonyi people are Alimanjiri that hawk Gala all over South West

IDPs Camp all over South East

you are the one lining up for food and we continue to line up for food, you are suffering from delusions

You are still the poorest in the South

Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by Earthquake2: 10:04pm On Jun 12, 2019
KingOdart:


Anambra is a beggars colony

People in Imo sells their baby in return for Money

Ebonyi people are Alimanjiri that hawk Gala all over South West

IDPs Camp all over South East

you are the one lining up for food and we continue to line up for food, you are suffering from delusions

You are still the poorest in the South


Wails of a frustrated nigga grin

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by KingOdart(m): 10:12pm On Jun 12, 2019
Earthquake2:
[s][/s]

Nobody is wailing Oga, the Igbo man is busy making money

After all your positions in the Nans na una go line up and beg for food


These were busy Nyamirin lining up for kerosene and scrambling for 500Naira notes

The way you guys mention money online people would think you are the Richest in Nigeria, when in reality you are just noise makers

A Yoruba man is the second Richest black man on the planet

A Yoruba woman is the second Richest woman in Africa but we still don't brag about money like you village paupers

Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by KingOdart(m): 10:18pm On Jun 12, 2019
Earthquake2:
[s][/s]

Wails of a frustrated nigga grin

Have you collected your free yam in your IDPs Camp today?

IDPs Camp all over South East but by the way you guys mention money online people would think you are the only one making money in Nigeria

The second Richest Black man on Earth is a Yoruba man and Yoruba still don't Brag about
money like you village paupers

IDPs Camp all over South East, so who are lining up for food now?

Lazy things hiding in IDPs Camp for free food and donations but bragging about being hardworking

Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by PFRB: 10:28pm On Jun 12, 2019
Goke7:


folks like you are the problem of your region!

How long did SW play opposition politics. You guys were hailing them then. No that SE is playing opposition politics you turn around to call it sacrilegious. hypocrisy will not spare you guys.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by oyatz(m): 10:32pm On Jun 12, 2019
What about the numbers of votes that will come out of Hausaland, Kanuri land,Efikland, Nupeland,Urhoboland, KareKareland?







mrvitalis:


Never for one day did PDP marginalize a people this openly

Power is not constant ...the number of vote that would come out from igbo land in 2023 would shock nigerians

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by KingOdart(m): 10:38pm On Jun 12, 2019
mrvitalis:


Apart from lagos show me a yoruba city better than aba ...ariel view please ...lets compare

The past governor of western nigeria warned u people igbos have developed more than u guys

Fix ur brown roofs first then we talk


Mentioning Aba is an Insult

With the way you guys talk about brown roofs people would think that you don't have brown roofs in your backward region.

The same brown roofs that is heaven to you guys

The whole South East is not that Bigger than Oyo State but you still have villages, Bushes and Jungles everywhere.

It prove you guys are too poor to build houses, build anything or develop anywhere.

By the way this is Ibadan city, the developed and less developed part.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvFedZ3D-XM
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by KingOdart(m): 10:42pm On Jun 12, 2019
mrvitalis:


Never for one day did PDP marginalize a people this openly

Power is not constant ...the number of vote that would come out from igbo land in 2023 would shock nigerians


You are saying you don't care but you are still crying and wailing with another mouth cheesy


This is a thread of when GEJ marginalized the South West and how Igbo were making jest of us, but Karma is a bitch lol grin

This time around we are working on rendering south East politically useless.

This is a thread of when GEJ marginalized Yoruba, tell me how GEJ and Igbo didn't get what they deserved?

https://www.nairaland.com/745731/yoruba-marginalization-elders-met-jonathan/1
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by KingOdart(m): 10:46pm On Jun 12, 2019
PFRB:


How long did SW play opposition politics. You guys were hailing them then. No that SE is playing opposition politics you turn around to call it sacrilegious. hypocrisy will not spare you guys.

This is a thread of how GEJ marginalized Yoruba and how Igbo were making jest of us

https://www.nairaland.com/745731/yoruba-marginalization-elders-met-jonathan/1

Tell me GEJ and Igbo didn't get what they deserve? cheesy
Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by mightyhaze: 10:47pm On Jun 12, 2019
lol,..funny thread.. Igbos didt experience a calamitious fall during and after the war,.. it is now under a rudderless and nepotic thieving govt that they will fall calamitiously.. do ur research well,igbos will always sit very pretty in Nigeria.. living better than the rest,take this to a fuccckin bank ,lol.

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Re: 9th Assembly And The Calamitous Fall Of Ndigbo.. by mightyhaze: 10:50pm On Jun 12, 2019
KingOdart:


This is a thread of how GEJ marginalized Yoruba and how Igbo were making jest of us

https://www.nairaland.com/745731/yoruba-marginalization-elders-met-jonathan/1

Tell me GEJ and Igbo didn't get what they deserve? cheesy

Dont fool urself,..aside the theiving politicians,nobody is living in eldorado in the country.. You should be more worried about your country being the poverty ,terrorism and illiteracy capital of the world even with all your natural resources...

let me ask u,...during jonathan era and this present rudderless era,when were you living better´╝č

quit fooling

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