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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by seunmsg(m): 10:00pm On Aug 14
Bede2u:
u know wat...just play ur politics and allow the igbo play theirs

Direct this advice to Ohanaeze Ndigbo and other Igbo folks who can’t do without talking about Tinubu and the entire Yoruba race.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by oyatz(m): 10:18pm On Aug 14
Make me your David and I will surely deliver to you, the head of your Goliath.















-Eze Ndi Ofe Nmanu-1 of Biafraland


MelesZenawi:


Ndigbo unu anugo ihe nwa Yoruba kwuru.

He was direct and straight to the point.

Unu ga jee create una own forum.

In actual sense, leave

Who will be the David of our time on this quit notice.
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Smoke55: 10:38pm On Aug 14
Ultimatezlant:
crap, the dude I quoted was displaying unnecessary hate on the owner of this forum and yes if these people can push themselves to their own forum this site would be sanitized off bigotry and hate
go suggest this to the owner of this forum,lets see if he dont ban you forever..
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Nyamuri: 12:05am On Aug 15
But your people were the ones begging the north the other day for an alliance

What happen? grin
hammerVJ:
I will always say the truth and stand alone.

From Afonja to Awolowo and Tinubu, the story remains the same.

Subservient to the North.

Aiding and abetting Fulani supremacy and take-over.

Are Yoruba and Fulani related?

U betray your southern brothers, and for wat? A piece meal of porridge.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Esseite: 5:24am On Aug 15
2023, the south would be so divided, they would be looking for a northerner to rule..

This rebuttal is exactly what shehu wanted.
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by RockHard: 7:17am On Aug 15
seunmsg:
But the south east said they don’t want the presidency in 2023. They said they will present Atiku or Sanusi in 2023 on the platform of PDP...their adopted party. So, why bother about who APC presents?

This Ohanaeze group are very stuppid and useless. Instead of holding PDP to account by demanding that they field an Igbo candidate in 2023, it is the opinion of private citizens like Shehu Sani they are attacking.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by fredoooooo: 7:18am On Aug 15
Trailer don pass between una grin grin grin

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by anonymous1759: 7:18am On Aug 15
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Nigeria tight una leg not to produce president? You earn positions like that they don't give you on plater. Nigeria no dey fear una face If you no work u no go chop. When other tribe rub each others back to get power you call them Slaves and you want to sow where you did not reap Nonsense.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by SOFTENGR: 7:20am On Aug 15
seunmsg:
But the south east said they don’t want the presidency in 2023. They said they will present Atiku or Sanusi in 2023 on the platform of PDP...their adopted party. So, why bother about who APC presents?
Why do you choose to display your narrow-mindedness publicly?
Are all igbos PDP?
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Luiz1: 7:21am On Aug 15
seunmsg:
But the south east said they don’t want the presidency in 2023. They said they will present Atiku or Sanusi in 2023 on the platform of PDP...their adopted party. So, why bother about who APC presents?
Even Seun Osewa hiding behind a fake acct. No go back to ur Php o... They there dey form pseudopolicoatheistmuhmaddanist undecided
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by airminem(f): 7:22am On Aug 15
Remimadrid:
Ohanaeze Igbo are all bunch of toothless dogs. They should go to Tinubu so he can teach them how to okay politics.

Choosing to “always put yourself first” even when it means fueling egotistical narcissism via social media.
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Wickedfacts: 7:25am On Aug 15
The Ohaneze called the Apc a janj@weed and Islamic party in 2015. They refused having anything to do with the Apc and senior igbo politicians like Arthur Eze insulted yorubas and Apc.

Now, what makes the Ohaneze think that they have the right to determine who the Apc presents in 2023 after outrightly rejecting the APC in 2019?

The stupidity being displayed by the Ohaneze is of abnormal proportions, I believe some people are paying the Ohaneze to say stupid things in order to make igbos look less intelligent.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Seetto: 7:25am On Aug 15
Confuse people, instead of them to form alliance with PMB and negotiate Igbo presidency in 2023, they were busy atikulating up and down, now they want atiku to cum and resuscitate the dead cells in their brain.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Iamgrey5(m): 7:29am On Aug 15
Luiz1:

Even Seun Osewa hiding behind a fake acct. No go back to ur Php o... They there dey form pseudopolicoatheistmuhmaddanist undecided
Some of you are slow tbh

So Seun will hide behind a moniker that still starts with Seun?

Most of you that have never left your village before should know that Seun is a very popular Yoruba name. cheesy

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Jamesbally: 7:31am On Aug 15
The sooner Ohaneze Ndigbo realised that, we will never allow Igbo's rule this Country, the better for them.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by TheRealestGuy(m): 7:34am On Aug 15
anonymous1759:
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Nigeria tight una leg not to produce president? You earn positions like that they don't give you on plater. Nigeria no dey fear una face If you no work u no go chop. When other tribe rub each others back to get power you call them Slaves and you want to sow where you did not reap Nonsense.

Nigeria needs rotational presidency.

Going by your assertion, why was presidency given to yoruba in 1999?
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Lugianostar(m): 7:35am On Aug 15
Igbo people are disintegrated already to have one voice in clinching that presidency come 2023

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Bridget95(f): 7:36am On Aug 15
Abdul05:
In political sense,the ibos have no grounds for complaint.They made a rash decision by supporting Atiku and now you people have to suffer for it.
suppossing they supported Buhari,you people while echo another tune.You guys want a Muslim man in aso rock all the time.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by AnanseK(m): 7:40am On Aug 15
Let them make up their minds whether they are Biafrans or Nigerians and we may consider them for the Presidency by 2090. You can’t take chances with those people.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by maasoap(m): 7:41am On Aug 15
hammerVJ:
If not for Awolowo, Igbo and Yoruba are actually related.


Just see the similarities in wat they speak.


gini is Igbo.


kini is Yoruba.


Awolowo betrayed the south.


Tinubu is following the foot-steps of Afonja.

Boring rants. This is the first time you and your people are not with the central government. Which agreement did your forefathers have with Awolowo?

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Ultimatezlant: 7:43am On Aug 15
Esseite:
2023, the south would be so divided, they would be looking for a northerner to rule..

This rebuttal is exactly what shehu wanted.
if you mean the east yes because it has never been relevant before so no difference or need for its support

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by maasoap(m): 7:44am On Aug 15
hammerVJ:
I will always say the truth and stand alone.

From Afonja to Awolowo and Tinubu, the story remains the same.

Subservient to the North.

Aiding and abetting Fulani supremacy and take-over.

Are Yoruba and Fulani related?


U betray your southern brothers, and for wat? A piece meal of porridge.

See this stupid hypocrite o. You and your people didn't vote for Atiku, a northern Fulani man? Thunder strikes you and your hypocrisy there.
Your elders and youth didn't just vote Atiku but they endorsed him ahead of the election.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by muykem: 7:45am On Aug 15
What concern Igbo on who APC field as their candidate? I thought they said APC is an evil party.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by chingymingy: 7:47am On Aug 15
This my Igbo leaders na MUMU all of them be, instead of building themselves and their children they're fighting for presidency like that's what will better the Igbo tribe and land.


#Mtcheeew!!!

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Luiz1: 7:47am On Aug 15
Iamgrey5:
Some of you are slow tbh

So Seun will hide behind a moniker that still starts with Seun?

Most you that have never left your village before should know that Seun is a very popular Yoruba name. cheesy
So Seun is a popular Yoruba name Mr. Dumb.

I actually thought it's a Shanghai name o. cheesy
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Iamgrey5(m): 7:50am On Aug 15
Luiz1:

So Seun is popular Yoruba name Mr. Dumb. Eeyah....

I actually thought it's a Shanghai name o.
Oponu

So Seun will hide behind a moniker that starts with Seun. How is that hiding?

You must think everyone is as slow as you are grin

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by candidtalk: 7:52am On Aug 15
hammerVJ:
BUHARI STILL HAS A CASE AT THE TRIBUNAL, 2023 IS A LONG WAY, AWAY.


TINUBU FIT DIE BY THEN. grin grin grin


So Tinubu is the only Yoruba candidate APC can present? I reckon Fashola would even be more popular and would appeal to a cross section of Nigerians better than Tinubu.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Luiz1: 7:53am On Aug 15
Iamgrey5:
Oponu

So Seun will hide behind a moniker that starts with Seun. How is that hiding?

You must think everyone is slow like you grin

Didn't U just say d same thing now? Why repeating urself?

Obo (Monkey) is ur Surname undecided
Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by candidtalk: 7:55am On Aug 15
AnanseK:

Let them make up their minds whether they are Biafrans or Nigerians and we may consider them for the Presidency by 2090. You can’t take chances with those people.

Totally agree.

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by Iamgrey5(m): 7:57am On Aug 15
Luiz1:


Didn't U just say d same thing now? Why repeating urself?

Obo (Monkey) is ur Surname undecided
And you are still trying to justify your stupidity grin

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Re: Ohaneze Ndigbo Blasts Shehu Sani Over Comments On 2023 Presidency by 9gerian: 7:59am On Aug 15
I believe Igbos should get their chance. However, the way they played their politics may be an hindrance when APC zones its presidency to the south.

And for the records, it was Zik that betrayed the Igbos and the entire south naively. He it was that gave the North the taste of power, even when they were the least prepared for it. That was the genesis of Nigeria’s slow but assured retrogression. Even the SW that was trailblazing had to be infiltrated and stopped to achieve a uniformity of sort cheesy

That has been the drive and system of administering Nigeria ever since.

The records are available for whoever seeks after the truth.


[b]Parliamentary elections were held in Nigeria on 12 December 1959. The result was a hung parliament with no clear majority to form a government.

Zik's National Council of Nigeria and Cameroons (NCNC), came first with 2,594,577 votes to get 81 seats.

Awolowo's Action Group (AG), came second with 1,992,364 votes to get only 73 seats.

However, the Ahmadu Bello's Northern People's Congress (NPC), came a distant third with 1,922,179 votes to get 134 of the 312 seats in the House of Representatives despite getting less public votes.

The above three major political parties in the election did not get enough number of the seats to form a government. An alliance had to be formed to determine who would rule.

It was a no brainer that Zik's NCNC and Awolowo's Action Group should make a coalition government as they came first and second respectively. Awolowo, then humbled himself and volunteered to be a Deputy Prime Minister or Finance Minister in a coalition government with Zik as the Prime Minister. This was because the Zik's NCNC party had more public votes and seats than the Awolowo's Action Group.

Zik invited Awolowo’s team to Asaba, the gateway between the Yoruba's Western Region and the Igbo's Eastern Region to hold coalition talks. The talks were a clever ruse to keep Action Group’s hopes high, so that Action Group would be kept distracted from meeting with other minor parties for talks, including: Northern Elements Progressive Union with 8 seats; Mobolaje Grand Alliance with 6 seats; Igala Union with 4 seats; Independents Candidates with 4 seats; Igbira Tribal Union with 4 seats and the Niger Delta Congress with 1 seat.

Whilst the Action Group team was waiting in Asaba for a meeting with the NCNC, they read in the news that Zik and the NCNC had gone up North and clinched the deal with Ahmadu Bello on forming a coalition government with the NPC.

Tafawa Balewa, a Fulani, would be the Prime Minister of Nigeria while Zik would be the figure head Governor-General. Even Nkrumah of Ghana was shocked. He asked Zik why having spent so much energy fighting for colonial emancipation and then settling for a toothless bulldog role when Nigeria needed him the most.

Zik wrote in his autobiography why he did not form a coalition government with Awolowo.

In 1947, with over £13,500 raised from the Yoruba people and given to the NCNC, Zik had led other six prominent NCNC delegates to London to protest the “obnoxious laws” of Governor Arthur Richards. The trip ended in failure with backbiting, abuses and accusation of theft against Zik. Zik’s opponents at the NCNC, accused him of squandering the money and the trust of Nigerians.

Zik replied insinuating that the Yoruba on the team, that are: Mrs. Fumilayo Ransome-Kuti, Prince Adeleke Adedoyin, and Dr. A. B. Olorunnimbe, were the problem.

There erupted a heated and prolonged press war between Zik’s Political Reminiscence in his West African Pilot and H.O. Davies’ Political Panorama in the Daily Service. This led to Igbo in Lagos rushing to buy machetes in large numbers thinking a tribal war was imminent. The Governor and his General Secretary, Hugh Foot, quickly called Zik and H.O. Davies to order at the Government House.

Zik went away with the resolve that “the Yoruba must not be allowed to rule over others in Nigeria”. And afterwards in the Daily Service published the speech of Zik in 1949 about Igbo been destined by God to conquer and rule over others. This among others, will explain why Zik rejected Awolowo's offer of a coalition government in 1959 and instead worked with the Fulani.

The Fulani had been reading Zik and the Igbo through the lens of his 1949 speech ever since. The Fulani way of neutralising Zik when the opportunity came in 1959 was to offer him a powerless post, which surprisingly Zik and the NCNC dutifully accepted in place of being Nigeria’s first Prime Minister.[/b]

Finally, Agunyi Ironsi further gave the same issue leverage when he collapsed the the parliamentary system into a centralized system of government, which is what the military understands, and can manage easily. No thought was given to what it would mean for the future of the country.

So, please research these facts and stop casting aspersions on others over who betrayed who or created Nigeria’s problems. All parties involved at the time contributed a fair share.



hammerVJ:
If not for Awolowo, Igbo and Yoruba are actually related.


Just see the similarities in wat they speak.


gini is Igbo.


kini is Yoruba.


Awolowo betrayed the south.


Tinubu is following the foot-steps of Afonja.

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