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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 4:26pm On Aug 12
AmenhotepZuid:
WE WILL Bleep U UP ZOOGERIANS ASK GOODLUCK JONATHAN WE STILL HAVE NUCLEAR WEAPONS. SA can clean u up.....

This guy reminds me the guys that posted on the African Military Thread years ago.

Spambot will soon ban you.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by jrusky(m): 4:37pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:

Fuckeduppedness grin Ghanaians did not kill nigerians. Ghana did not destroy nigerian properties. They simply asked nigerians to go and nobody looted or molested any nigerian. Unlike you nigerians, who chased Ghanaians out of you country in 1983 and 1985. So Ghana has to carry out it its own mass deportation of Nigerians to make it a 2-2 draw affair. That mass deportation of Nigerians from Ghana is currently loading grin yeye dey smell

Now I know you are sick. Mr defender of the universe you are sick seek help ASAP. I can see you are one of those silly indomie generation.

Keep your thrash to your bossom. Very ignorant dwarf brain.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by PetroDollax: 4:38pm On Aug 12
“Fellow Anglophone African brothers-in-law” my azz. Go look for your “brother” -arrant crap!

morpheus24:


I pray it happens as soon as possible so we can draw the line in the sand and know where we and our so called fellow Anglophone African "brothers' Stand.

I hate pretend love.
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by jrusky(m): 4:50pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:
Dummy, go suck your mother, ediot!


I said it and I'm not disappointed. Bastards always have something in common and that is **Bastards find it so easy to insult other people's parent at a slight** you have just displayed the bastard gene in you right now.

Anyone who has no one to point to as his or her mother or father will always use the words you used above it's a shame you using raw word like *someone should suck his mother* I'm so ashamed of you.

Your words has really proved alot as per the type of upbringing you have and the kind of community or area where you grown up. It's so pathetic.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by JaceBlaze: 5:08pm On Aug 12
jrusky:


It sound like comedy right Mr little prick

I hate responded to man with dwarf heart like you. Let me remind when Idiagbon gave back what Ghanian did to Nigerians in their country in mid 60s that was how he idiagbon was saying it then that Ghana will pay for killings Nigerians, destroying Nigerians properties, deporting Nigerians fortunately same Idiagbon came to power and doled out pay back to Ghanian I'm sure people like you will be calling him comedian then when he was saying ghana will pay for their actrocities and it happened(Ghana must Go) do you remember or not Mr dwarf brain

You are a baby go back to school of history and place yourself in the tutorial of life I guess your dwarf brain will be reformat. If you know you know I have just lectured you the secret you never know or heard of.

Take it or burst nothing last forever and life is turn by turn I repeat once again * I will bleed South Africa with no mercy*** laugh about it or call it comedy your damn bollocks headache.

Nemesis is a bitch it has no relative or friend.
Trust me I feel so threatened right now.Chai I no fit laff abeg,una go shatter pesin pikin ribcage with humour ooo shocked shocked cheesy

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 5:09pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:
Stop talking like a fool, maggot. Being a Ghanaian is an honour so deal with it, stvpid fvck! You fools can kill yourselves. Who gives a fvck? Nonsense upon nonsense!


Please explain what is "Honorable" about being Ghanaian. In other words please explain what trait you have that is non existent or unique to Ghanaians that is not replicable in a Nigerian.

Olodo!

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 5:10pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:
“Fellow Anglophone African brothers-in-law” my azz. Go look for your “brother” -arrant crap!


If you didn't catch the sacarcism in my statement you must be very slow.

Olodo Black Star!

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Miaraka: 5:31pm On Aug 12
Lamasta:
So they can be quick to respond like this and when Nigerians are being killed in South Africa there will be no statement from the country office I don't even blame the xenophobic country I blame our leaders here who don't value the lives of its citizenry as far as it does not affect there wards or family then they don't care.

Please don't call us a xenophobic country. You can't prove that your countrymen were killed by South Africans but we can prove that most of the Nigerians who got killed here, were killed by their own compatriots. Even your own diplomats have told you many times about this but you prefer to cling to this insult to our nation.
You probably don't know or even care to know that the greatest majority of Nigerians live here happily as students, workers, experts, religious leaders, cultural activists and business people.
We don't really care about Shoprite and MTN, whether or not you close them down. The vast majority of my countrymen are not shareholders of those companies. Their further presence and operation in Nigeria doesn't change the price of bread for us. It's your sovereign right to take decisions on the matter.
Come to South Africa and see us enjoying life with normal Nigerians, Ghanaians, Ivorians, Mozambicans Zimbabweans, other Africans, Asians, Americans and Europeans.
Our government's decision to invite President Buhari to South Africa is not a sign of weakness but wisdom. Nigeria and South Africa need to work together in partnership and effectively address the challenges that plague them and our continent.
I hope that the Nigerian delegation will have the time for a detailed presentation on the crime situation, the role of some Nigerians in it, including how and why they even kill their compatriots.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 5:35pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:

if you didn't get the meaning of what I said, that means you are not sharp, very dull. Super Olodo
[s][/s]

You see when a person is simply pressed to defend his position and he cannot answer a question this is what he does.

What's hard in enumerating what is "honorable' about being a Ghanaian. What is the "honor" you speak about that makes you happy to be a Ghanain?

Olodo Black Star!
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 5:39pm On Aug 12
Miaraka:


Please don't call us a xenophobic country. You can't prove that your countrymen were killed by South Africans but we can prove that most of the Nigerians who got killed here, were killed by their own compatriots. Even your own diplomats have told you many times about this but you prefer to cling to this insult to our nation.

Don't mind my brothers, they like to create rockus, it joblessness.

Miaraka:

You probably don't know or even care to know that the greatest majority of Nigerians live here happily as students, workers, experts, religious leaders, cultural activists and business people.

This is true.

Miaraka:

We don't really care about Shoprite and MTN, whether or not you close them down. The vast majority of my countrymen are not shareholders of those companies. Their further presence and operation in Nigeria doesn't change the price of bread for us. It's your sovereign right to take decisions on the matter.
You may not but big business will feel the effects. A great chunk of their revenue stream comes from this country.

Miaraka:

Come to South Africa and see us enjoying life with normal Nigerians, Ghanaians, Ivorians, Mozambicans Zimbabweans, other Africans, Asians, Americans and Europeans.
Our government's decision to invite President Buhari to South Africa is not a sign of weakness but wisdom. Nigeria and South Africa need to work together in partnership and effectively address the challenges that plague them and our continent.
I hope that the Nigerian delegation will have the time for a detailed presentation on the crime situation, the role of some Nigerians in it, including how and why they even kill their compatriots.

Its really big business that is forcing the government to address the agitations. While a majority of law abiding Nigerians reside in South Africa peacefully there is a need for the perception by Nigerian and South Africans in general to be re imagined so the unscrupulous ones do not hijack the narrative.
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by YoungHunter: 6:06pm On Aug 12
YoungHunter:
The Government of South Africa has expressed concern over the call by the National Association of Nigerian Students for the expulsion of South Africans and their investments in Nigeria.

The country made its feelings known in a statement by Counsellor in-charge of Political Affairs at the South African High Commission, Abuja, Anna-Maria Jojozi, on Sunday.

Jojozi said, “I wish to express my department’s concern regarding statements said to emanate from student organisation in Nigeria, calling for expulsion of South Africans and protests at South African owned businesses.

“We find these statements most unfortunate as they do not reflect the strong relations that exist between the people and Government of South Africa and Nigeria.


Jojozi said South Africa’s Acting High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Bobby Moroe, had held several meetings with the police and other senior government officials in Nigeria.

She added, “They have also assured us that South African citizens and their property in Nigeria will be protected.

“South Africa values the strong ties it has established with Nigeria and will continue to enhance these even further.”

https://dailyscoopers.com/xenophobia-south-african-government-reacts-over-threats-by-nans/
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by pokuasi: 6:22pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:

Fuckeduppedness grin Ghanaians did not kill nigerians. Ghana did not destroy nigerian properties. They simply asked nigerians to go and nobody looted or molested any nigerian. Unlike you nigerians, who chased Ghanaians out of you country in 1983 and 1985. So Ghana has to carry out it its own mass deportation of Nigerians to make it a 2-2 draw affair. That mass deportation of Nigerians from Ghana is currently loading grin yeye dey smell
You're Moronic.
You people stole properties of Nigerians especially Yorubas..
Is mokola part of any Ghanaian language

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by pokuasi: 6:28pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:
Can you imagine grin You, a Nigerian, asking me a Ghanaian, what is honourable about being a Ghanaian? grin are you okay? even you, a citizen of nigeria claim there is something honourable about your country, and you are asking me what is honourable about being a Ghanaian.

well, I tell you a few reasons, just a few reasons, why I can afford to celebrate. I can celebrate the fact that my country is not the poverty capital of the world grin the undisputed champions of world poverty grin I can celebrate the fact that 90 percent of my people don't survive on less than $2 a day. I can also celebrate the fact that life expectancy in my country is not 45 years and even 80 percent of my people have electricity all the time grin grin I can celebrate the fact that kidnappers have not overtaken my country and my people can sleep with their two eyes closed at night grin grin

I should go on? because coolthere is a lot more to talk about why I can celebrate being a Ghanaian today. Fuckeduppedness cool

fuelish pathetic maggot

[s][/s]
yeah..
who is really proud of a country that makes budget where 40 percent is coming from Aid and grant.
nobody is proud of a country that ran to IMF and begged to Come run their country for them cos they're black star with inferior brain

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by pokuasi: 6:43pm On Aug 12
Miaraka:


Please don't call us a xenophobic country. You can't prove that your countrymen were killed by South Africans but we can prove that most of the Nigerians who got killed here, were killed by their own compatriots. Even your own diplomats have told you many times about this but you prefer to cling to this insult to our nation.
You probably don't know or even care to know that the greatest majority of Nigerians live here happily as students, workers, experts, religious leaders, cultural activists and business people.
We don't really care about Shoprite and MTN, whether or not you close them down. The vast majority of my countrymen are not shareholders of those companies. Their further presence and operation in Nigeria doesn't change the price of bread for us. It's your sovereign right to take decisions on the matter.
Come to South Africa and see us enjoying life with normal Nigerians, Ghanaians, Ivorians, Mozambicans Zimbabweans, other Africans, Asians, Americans and Europeans.
Our government's decision to invite President Buhari to South Africa is not a sign of weakness but wisdom. Nigeria and South Africa need to work together in partnership and effectively address the challenges that plague them and our continent.
I hope that the Nigerian delegation will have the time for a detailed presentation on the crime situation, the role of some Nigerians in it, including how and why they even kill their compatriots.
shut up with this your baby damage control nonsense.
Do you think Nigerians are stupid and not seeing what's going on.
A very Respected woman was in your country for a conference and you human savages hacked her to death for no reason
instead of your Moronic minister to firstly acknowledge and apologize for those avoidable incidents, she's here creating the distorted impression that SOUTH AFRICAN LIVES AND PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA MATTER MOST to her.
Her action could be likened to denial
of HOLOCAUST.
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 6:48pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:
Can you imagine grin You, a Nigerian, asking me a Ghanaian, what is honourable about being a Ghanaian? grin are you okay? even you, a citizen of nigeria claim there is something honourable about your country, and you are asking me what is honourable about being a Ghanaian.

well, I tell you a few reasons, just a few reasons, why I can afford to celebrate. I can celebrate the fact that my country is not the poverty capital of the world grin the undisputed champions of world poverty ;

1. An inference on data presente is combination of variables that point to a probability or confidence level of a "observation" being made. It is not definitive.

2. If point one flew over your head let me break it down for you. There are several variables or inputs that lead to certain conclusions, however raw data is simply that "raw data." The inference is suggestive and not conclusive.

Case in point. Botswana has a much higher GDP per capita in comparison to Nigeria. At first glance at this statistical information, this would seem that Botswana is doing far better than Nigerian in terms of GDP per capita, however if you take in consideration that there are only 1 million people in this country and close to 200 million people in Nigeria that would shed more light in comparing apples with apples.

3. Numerically speaking there are more rich people in Nigeria than there are in Ghana but an Olodo like you cannot comprehend that analysis.


PetroDollax:

D I can celebrate the fact that 90 percent of my people don't survive on less than $2 a day. I can also celebrate the fact that life expectancy in my country is not 45 years and even 80 percent of my people have electricity all the time grin grin I can celebrate the fact that kidnappers have not overtaken my country and my people can sleep with their two eyes closed at night grin grin

Point 1. This has nothing to do with Honor, so you haven't answered the question.

Point 2. Again statisticaly analysis is an inference on data. There are more people in Nigeria than there are in Ghana therefore the rates in comparison to Ghana will be more.

Point 3. Life expenctancy in Nigeria is 54 years and in Ghana is 66 years, get your numbers right. Again statistically speaking these are averages and not absolutes. This means people die young in ghana as they do in Nigeria from the same ailments however the rate in Nigeria is higher. Many variables are used to determine this as well. This does not make you a Ghanaian more "honorable" than an average Nigerian.

PetroDollax:

I should go on? because coolthere is a lot more to talk about why I can celebrate being a Ghanaian today. Fuckeduppedness cool

fuelish pathetic maggot

[s][/s]

You haven't answered the question, you've just danced around it. The statistical points you have made doesn't ensure that you will live longer than me nor does it say you will make more money than me, it simple states that there is a better "potential" so your celebrate is mute my Olodo black star brother.


Please try again.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Haatism(m): 6:51pm On Aug 12
Thunder strike that rubbish old lady!
Na today SA know say relationship exist between both countries?

Make I hear say I no join d demonstration if e happen for my area cool

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by pokuasi: 6:53pm On Aug 12
morpheus24:


Don't mind my brothers, they like to create rockus, it joblessness.



This is true.


You may not but big business will feel the effects. A great chunk of their revenue stream comes from this country.



Its really big business that is forcing the government to address the agitations. While a majority of law abiding Nigerians reside in South Africa peacefully there is a need for the perception by Nigerian and South Africans in general to be re imagined so the unscrupulous ones do not hijack the narrative.

Absolute nonsense! you can't fool any Nigerian here.
Are you trying to say people just wake up and say there relatives based in South Africa are killed?
Is your minister calling us liars and stupid or what. you have demonstrated severally that you dont want us in your country and we Nigerians are saying that we dont want you too

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by PetroDollax: 6:59pm On Aug 12
I don't respond to the rants of a certified fool. Upon all your unbridled stupidity and hatred for Ghana and Ghanaians, you still live in Ghana. why don't you go back to your country if it is better? you are the biggest fool, mudder fugger bastardz. Go back to your country, foolish ingrate.

pokuasi:

yeah..
who is really proud of a country that makes budget where 40 percent is coming from Aid and grant.
nobody is proud of a country that ran to IMF and begged to Come run their country for them cos they're black star with inferior brain

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Chauke: 7:03pm On Aug 12
pokuasi:

shut up with this your baby damage control nonsense.
Do you think Nigerians are stupid and not seeing what's going on.
A very Respected woman was in your country for a conference and you human savages hacked her to death for no reason
instead of your Moronic minister to firstly acknowledge and apologize for those avoidable incidents, she's here creating the distorted impression that SOUTH AFRICAN LIVES AND PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA MATTER MOST to her.
Her action could be likened to denial
of HOLOCAUST.



Just like the denial of Buhari regarding the Fulani herdsmen brutality.
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Miaraka: 7:03pm On Aug 12
AmenhotepZuid:
the founder.....of the ZOO.
I'm not sure but I doubt that you are South African. If you are, I'm very disappointed because you are no different from those who designed the false story of a xenophobic South Afriica which is targeting Nigerians for extra judicial killing. I say so because the result of what both you and the purveyors of lies about our country is the same.
Nigeria is a great country of highly talented, industrious and hard-working people. You should be aware by now now that despite the statistics, diagrams and photos that you've shared, there are areas of human endeavour in which Nigerians beat us and or are capable of beating us hands down. Besides, all the nonsense you are boasting about has not and is unlikely to change the lives of the majority of our people in the foreseeable future. It belongs to a select few black and white people who don't care about the fact that some of our children go to bed and or to school without food in the stomach. You're boasting about things that don't belong to you.
I pray that you're a child and don't know where we come from with Nigeria, have no clue and can't envision where we are supposed to go with them and other African countries. Please stop this infantile disorder.
I'm deeply hurt that you even had to post old photos of Igbo maidens as part of your insulting boast. How different are they from our women? I don't think that any of our women, especially during this Women's Month and only a few days after Women's Day, would be entertained by what you are doing. Are you even black African?

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 7:21pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:

crap. absolute crap. your country is the acclaimed world capital for poverty. tRUE OR FALSE? every year, at least 8 million more people are added to the poverty trap. grin your country has more than 10 million children out of school.

continue in your self delusion, but even you know very well that your country is in crisis. serious crisis. just tell your folks to find another country to run to. the rte at which they are arriving in my country is alarming.

you can continue to defend your country but the rest of the world is not fooled.
[s][/s]

I am not defending my country. I didn't claim my country does not suffer from Poverty or not, I am simply asking you what makes your country more "honorable".

You think by using strawman arguments will get you out of your i.d.i.o.tic premise. You are the one that made the claim and after destroying your statistical points as logically irrelevant to your premise you are now dancing around insults to mislead us into thinking you have common sense.


Again can you tell us why it is an "honor" to be Ghanaian, in other words what is it that makes a "Ghanaian" honorable and a Nigerian not?


Olodo Black star!

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 7:26pm On Aug 12
pokuasi:

Absolute nonsense! you can't fool any Nigerian here.
Are you trying to say people just wake up and say there relatives based in South Africa are killed?
Is your minister calling us liars and stupid or what. you have demonstrated severally that you dont want us in your country and we Nigerians are saying that we dont want you too

I am not South African bros but I can tell you that the news that reaches you in Nigeria is exaggerated. The videos that have been circulating are very old or at best are from other countries.

There is police brutality in South Africa, this is very evident but to presuppose that the SA police is targeting Nigerians intentionally to execute them is untrue and a bunch of propaganda.

There is a perception issue that needs to be dealt with.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Miaraka: 7:54pm On Aug 12
pokuasi:

shut up with this your baby damage control nonsense.
Do you think Nigerians are stupid and not seeing what's going on.
A very Respected woman was in your country for a conference and you human savages hacked her to death for no reason
instead of your Moronic minister to firstly acknowledge and apologize for those avoidable incidents, she's here creating the distorted impression that SOUTH AFRICAN LIVES AND PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA MATTER MOST to her.
Her action could be likened to denial
of HOLOCAUST.


You sound like a victim of propaganda or an agent of one of the media agencies that have been working very hard at disseminating falsified video clips, photos and manipulative information in Nigeria and elsewhere as a way of ensuring that there'll be a conflictous relationship between Nigeria and South Africa, thereby making it particularly difficult for African countries to work together.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by morpheus24: 7:58pm On Aug 12
PetroDollax:
chai, olodo-in-chief. now, I gave you a few reasons why it is an honour to be a Ghanaian, and you ae still asking me that stupid question? Look, I don't have time for olodos. but even a child born today knows when your country and mine country are put side by side, my country folks can afford to call themselves 'honourable." grin the difference is 7Up grin if I start giving you reasons why it is an honour to be a Ghanaian, do you think nairaland can contain my message?

Claim: It is an honor to be Ghanaian.

Premise 1: Life expectancy is higher in Ghana compared to Nigeria.

Premise 2: Nigeria is poverty capital of the world.

Conclusion: Therefore , It is an honor to be Ghanaian.

Logical fallacy. Premise 1 and 2 do not support conclusion and therefore cannot support claim. .


Look how i.d.i.o.t.i.c your reasoning is, clear as day light.







PetroDollax:

who wants a country where 90 percent of the people are poor? where ordinary electricity is a luxury? where sleeping at night with your two eyes closed is a big deal? where kidnappers could strike any time and demand for a ransom as pitiable as a bottle of coke and gala grin who wants a country where 80 percent of the youths are unemployed? who wants a country of 200 million that depends solely on oil revenues?

Red herring will not help you here. You are simply pointing out statistical points. Do you not know what "honorable" or Honor means or should we display more of your s.t.u.pidty here by stating the definition.

Olodo black star

SMH!

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