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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Ayoefa: 7:39am On Aug 23, 2019
This is a tribalistic witch hunt on the part of the Fulani dominated FBI...
Are Yeboos the only criminals in the US? Plenty Yorubas, Russians, Pakistanis, and even Fulani herdsmen self they do the same thing but na only one token Yoruba they come put under arrest. The rest na Omo Okoro. These FBI Fulanis are just too jealous of the success of the Yeboos developers. Just saying oh, argue with your keyboard.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Immorttal: 7:40am On Aug 23, 2019
Chaii, our youths are all taken, see tribal wars. Keep on killing unaselfs while the politicians drink tea in peace and sharing una commonwealth, until nigerian youths come together as one, the leaders will continue to play draft with on their heads. Mumu people.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by MyGeneration(m): 7:40am On Aug 23, 2019
reason why i dont even want to think of Nigerias break up, me personally i know say Biafra go bloody.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Nobody: 7:41am On Aug 23, 2019
Fvck yall hypocrites claiming saints.

No saints in this game..

Fvck u too tryna quot me angry

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by drey076(m): 7:41am On Aug 23, 2019
Simply call them Biafra or ipob miscreant, they are not Nigerians

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by MyGeneration(m): 7:42am On Aug 23, 2019
Ayoefa:
This is a tribalistic witch hunt on the part of the Fulani dominated FBI...
Are Yeboos the only criminals in the US? Plenty Yorubas, Russians, Pakistanis, and even Fulani herdsmen self they do the same thing but na only one token Yoruba they come put under arrest. The rest na Omo Okoro. These FBI Fulanis are just too jealous of the success of the Yeboos developers. Just saying oh, argue with your keyboard.
lol... Buhari muslim dominated fulani Fbi are witch hunting Biafrans cheesy

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Kenturkey048(m): 7:42am On Aug 23, 2019
Kingpee2:
On behalf of every Nigerian ,we need to give biafrans their Biafra,they cannot come and spoil our reputation ,if they want to spoil anything Abeg let it be their Biafra alone .
Do you people have reputation

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Nobody: 7:42am On Aug 23, 2019
What about the yeruba Saudi drug peddlers? Any news from that angle yet?
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by kingy1: 7:43am On Aug 23, 2019
80 Nigerians are indicted.


And all the 80 cannot only be igbo.


I think this time around is going to be from the four corners of the country.

So don't be in haste to bash because your brother is also there.
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Tallino25(m): 7:44am On Aug 23, 2019
Now they have succeded in tarnishing our image who does it affect? nigerians of course

am an igbo guy and this is so wrong all this ipobs talking about seccesion so as to achieve biafra is so dumb,we have to seccede those evil traits and character of greediness in us before we do that i still support a one nigeria,any igbo man trying to defend this suppose to be ashamed of his/herself i dont know why igbos will victimize themselves and blame it on Others,just imagine we are now made a laughing stock right now .
i still wonder why i am a nigerian in a country that is not that impressing coupled with being part of the igbo race which feel they are the wisest is more like being an arsenal fan and also a nigerian dissapointment everywhere
#GOD HELP US

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Glink2018(m): 7:44am On Aug 23, 2019
razy75:
What about the yeruba Saudi drug peddlers? Any news from that angle yet?

Son of Belial is ranting
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Kenturkey048(m): 7:44am On Aug 23, 2019
Immorttal:
Chaii, our youths are all taken, see tribal wars. Keep on killing unaselfs while the politicians drink tea in peace and sharing una commonwealth, until nigerian youths come together as one, the leaders will continue to play draft with on their heads. Mumu people.
help me tell them..av never seen youths as stupid amd foolish as the ones we got in Nigeria..I don't know when we got to all these.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by maak400: 7:45am On Aug 23, 2019
All tribes in Nigeria commits crime and it’s not only the igbos. Let’s all condemn criminal acts.
The problem with igbos is that they believe money must be made at any cost, either through crime or defrauding others. Igbos don’t condemn crime among their brothers because they see it as business. It’s just unfortunate that they are tarnishing the image of Nigeria and making things difficult for others.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by uzoexcel(m): 7:45am On Aug 23, 2019
very shameful..they should persecuted and made to face the full wrath of the law
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by mekuxiani(m): 7:45am On Aug 23, 2019
Kingpee2:
On behalf of every Nigerian ,we need to give biafrans their Biafra,they cannot come and spoil our reputation ,if they want to spoil anything Abeg let it be their Biafra alone .
when you hide behind social media to write your nonsense next time use your head no one chooses the tribe they are born into
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by MyGeneration(m): 7:46am On Aug 23, 2019
i just like what has been happening in Nigeria since Buhari became president, its like Buharis spirit carries one energy which unlocked the karma that has been waiting for every Nigerian that spoilt this countries name, from Police men that are now chilling off in jail, to politicians, to fraudsters, to illegal drug importers to arms dealers to high profile kidnappers to militants who we used to consider untouchable in the past...

the amount of arrest in Nigeria in the past 4 years alone we have not had that record in ages

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by midolian(m): 7:46am On Aug 23, 2019
ConqueredWest:



Now that you have identified us as a major destroyers of the image of your Nigeria, when will Buhari call for Biafran Referendum.?
shataap!

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by larryking540: 7:46am On Aug 23, 2019
Esseite:
The problem is from us all because we fail to call them thieves but rather praise their exploits.

We fail to stone fraudsters, to cast them or report them all because they may be our old friends or it's not just our business. Not considering that these thieves are shutting legit opportunities for majority of Nigerians.

Expose a thief today, for in his doubted wealth, someone somewhere is either dead, jobless, poor, sick, heartbroken, indebted for life or a whole business shut down..
bro thanks for dis comment of urs,we are always quick to praise frude in dis country, even d nigeria banks are not supportive in the tackling of frude at all,a sys should b created where an instant picture is uploaded to who ever is sending d money from overseas down to Nigeria, even today parents are not helping matters at all,ur son has no office or still and he brings home millions of naira, and we even run to aladura church for more blessing of stealing to follow him

how do u know a country dat is not serious to tackle cyber-crime day don't make any contributions to others in d world Bank forum, and examples of such is nigeria

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by shogsman(m): 7:47am On Aug 23, 2019
Doesn't matter the tribe ,we all one whether you like it or not.
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by bjbjbj: 7:48am On Aug 23, 2019
IGBO AMAKA

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Minjim: 7:48am On Aug 23, 2019
I think it's time our legislators, especially those from the east, as a matter of urgency start clamouring for a referendum clause in our obsolete Constitution.

These ppl will spoil Nigeria for the rest of us. Coupled with our corrupt politicians, these foreign crimes are just too much

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by abbasajao(m): 7:48am On Aug 23, 2019
Where are all the igbo amaka crunners?

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Akaujaa(m): 7:49am On Aug 23, 2019
If Biafra eventually becomes an independent country, the level of fraud and crime that'll be perpetrated there, will be unprecedented. Not even Mexico and Colombia will match them. Crime though is universal but the level of embarrassment our Igbo brothers cause us home and abroad is indeed mind boggling.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by franchasng: 7:49am On Aug 23, 2019
My only anger is American and European governments are the ones encouraging these guys to do crime.....because at the end of this, they will sentence them for just 5, 10, 15 years instead of giving them 60 years and above so they won't be out to engage in more crime or teach newer generation.



Since you can't execute them by hanging like Asian countries which to me is the best, then jail them from 60 years above no matter how much money you defraud....once you are caught involved in cyber fraud or any money laundering, jail the culprit for at least 60 years with hard labor.


Or give them option of execution if they don't want to be jailed for 60yrs+. Do this and watch internet and cyber crime reduce to the barest minimum, but will US government do this I doubt, instead they will be using the crime of few unscrupulous useless stupid Nigerians to be pre-judging the rest millions of Nigerians who know nothing about all these crimes, not fair.


I will Tweet Donald Trump today and US department of homeland security to amend their constitution for cyber crime and make it a life sentence of 50years above no matter how small the financial crime is. What nonsense angry angry

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by MyGeneration(m): 7:51am On Aug 23, 2019
mekuxiani:

when you hide behind social media to write your nonsense next time use your head no one chooses the tribe they are born into
yes no one does, but even if God gives you one and they start misbehaving, never support them.

Ipob says they want Biafra, and u are one of there apologists, why complain when someone is trying to help u get it faster
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Hedonini: 7:53am On Aug 23, 2019
larryking540:

bro thanks for dis comment of urs,we are always quick to praise frude in dis country, even d nigeria banks are not supportive in the tackling of frude at all,a sys should b created where an instant picture is uploaded to who ever is sending d money from overseas down to Nigeria, even today parents are not helping matters at all, ur son has no office or still and he brings home millions of naira, and we even run to aladura church for more blessing of stealing to follow him

how do u know a country dat is not serious to tackle cyber-crime day don't make any contributions to others in d world Bank forum, and examples of such is nigeria
So only those who have "office" are allowed to bring home millions? Even when they legitimately earn peanuts in such offices? This is a primitive and ridiculous assertion that exposes your ignorance and hypocrisy.

That's why thieves who have an "office" open their dirty mouths to criticise others and form holy, even when their lifestyle is not justified by their legitimate paychecks. Civil servants, politicians, private sector employees, etc. All are worse than yahoo boys, so really, this is a Nigerian Cancer that should be seen in this holistic sense, rather than foolishly narrowing it down to people without 'office'.

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by Minjim: 7:53am On Aug 23, 2019
Hedonini:
It's funny how some Yoruba retards are making this all about Igbos. Really? We're talking about wire fraud and yahoo yahoo in general and Yoruba nitwits have the audacity to point fingers at Igbos?

Oh pls, take a seat.

Most youths in Nigeria are involved in one fraud or the other but your brothers are in the heavyweight category. When did we just finished reading the story of Obi , the Forbes celebrity- now this?

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Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by MyGeneration(m): 7:53am On Aug 23, 2019
Hedonini:
It's funny how some Yoruba retards are making this all about Igbos. Really? We're talking about wire fraud and yahoo yahoo in general and Yoruba nitwits have the audacity to point fingers at Igbos?
the day they would catch yorubas too we igbos would also point fingers at them too
Re: '80 Nigerians' Trend On Twitter (See Photos) by BENARI: 7:54am On Aug 23, 2019
Obatala7Kronos:
This is the seed & result of the latest Lexuses, Range Rovers, Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Duplexes & Mansions you see all over Lekki & environs.

Children of Abomination with their lousy & despicable attitudes - always quick in tarnishing our image with their rogue behaviors - lacking in discretion, but only good at running their odoriferous buccal cavities.

We developed Lagos, we own all the properties in Abuja, we built Kano.

They're quick in referring to Nigeria as the "Islamic Sultanate of Nigeria caliphate jungle" and a "Zoo" but forget that their ancestors & kinds have always been at the forefront of tarnishing Nigeria's image home & abroad.

No doubt, Nigeria is a failed state and an evil dungeon - I agree. But should that be a justification for your people's greed & unruly behaviour everywhere they go?

They travel abroad with their primitive & dishonest mentality to dis-virgin our National image through your cocaine-trafficking, fake drugs & armed-robbery business in your host Countries - thereby triggering Xenophobic attacks with their lousy & criminal lifestyles against other innocent blacks and then come back home to call Nigeria a Zoo.

This is the same way they leave their erosion-ravaged & landlocked territory, and board their Ekene-Dilichukwu & Gobison buses with their "Ghana-Must-Go" bags, knicker, fake nike singlet & a pair of slippers to come explore the "Land of Milk & Honey" in the South West.

They hawk gala & fan yoghurt in the traffic during the day and resort to car-jacking at night.

I remember asking my late military father (who fought on the side of the Nigerian Army) during the Biafran War - why the majority of their kiths lack home training & respect, and he told me it was because their fathers & grandfathers were killed & eviscerated by the Nigerian Army during the Biafran war, and as a result, their disconcerted mothers couldn't discipline & raise their children properly especially when most of them were turned into sex slaves by the victorious & gallant soldiers of the Nigerian Army.

Biafra Must Come! Biafra or Death!! Biafra Must Come!!!

Look, no one is holding your "BIAFLA" from coming ..... but unless you and your people go back to each and every Country where Nigeria's image & reputation have been soiled by your Cocaine-Trafficking Businesses, Kidnappings, Armed Robberies & Unruly Behaviors - and then mend it; I am afraid your "BIAFLA" will only come inside the anus of Lord Luggard. grin grin grin

Awon OMO Iran Kiran! grin

Bros you bitterness no be here o!

Take am easy e joooo!

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