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BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by NtoAkwaIbom(m): 4:58pm On Oct 03, 2019
We all remember the bakasi peninsula issue, the people indigenous yo that area where Nigerians mostly Akwa/cross people, but then instead of relying on their occupation and control of the Peninsula as evident by the existence of a functioning government which regulated the area...(this in international law is sufficient means of prove of sovereignty over a territory ) but instead of that, Nigeria was relying on maps and data that were rigged to favor the drawing party, hence, we lost a very rich Peninsula to the cameroons. That my brothers and sister is the risk we face, if we keep quiet when we are supposed to speak up and be heard.

Ordinarily, Akwa ibom state shares borders with Rivers, Cross River, and Abia..
In these areas because of trade, the border communities are always fluent in the language of both areas.. The language of oron is oron, but close to the river border with calaba, on village there gets to be fleuent in Oron and efik... That does not make efik an indigenous community in Oron, the efik people will not claim them to be indegenous... But if oron is gazeted it will be stated that the people atthe fringes speak oron as their main language, but are also fluent in efik which aids them in commerce.

Its the same thing with the areas bordering Abia..
Ika for one has its language, which is named 'Ika" its their main and official language... But because of their proximity to abia state, the people learnt overtime to speak and understand igbo, so as to aid in their businesses and commerce..
But then the people there are indegenous annang people and Igbo is jus a second language they use for commerce with the igbo... But you wont go to the paramout rullers house and speak igbo, it will be an afront... You go there and you speak Ika... You wont see anigbo man being made the village head there, but you will see a sizable number of igbo people there doing businesses..

So you see...
When one now comes, and says, that because igbo is spoken there as a second language, that that automatically makes the area to be an indigenous igbo community, you can imagine the affront that the people will feel.they will feel threatened and they will be very weary of the igbos in their midst, as they will feel that the next thing will be for the igbos to usurp their powers.

So the arguments that have been on, is not in anyway a form of hate towards the igbos, but a fight for survival and Identity by the owners of these communities.
If there are so many people that are so ignorantly claiming the area to be an Igbo area, what do you think will hapen to the "IKA" people ? They will fade out, and the same way most midle belt cultures faded to become Hausas, the subset will now be overun by the main set the igbo, and before you know, one community after another, and next thing you know will be of the Lost annang tribes.

So fellow Nigerians far and wide, this is not a means of calling for E-wars, but a means of preserving the Identity of a people that may be phased out.. If the ignorant and misinformation that is going on and about should go on.

Akwa Ibom and the Igbo community are good neigbors.. As good neighbors we need to respect each other boundaries for peace to reign..


Cc otuekong1
Cletus77
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Emae009

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by NtoAkwaIbom(m): 4:59pm On Oct 03, 2019
Map of the annang people

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by NtoAkwaIbom(m): 5:00pm On Oct 03, 2019
Abasi adion akwa abasi ibom state... Abasi adiong afid nnyin

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by LabDNA: 5:03pm On Oct 03, 2019
Was there a 'war' before? I didn't know that pls educate me.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by MelesZenawi: 5:05pm On Oct 03, 2019
There are no Igbos in Akwa-Ibom, cross river, Rivers and Bayelsa states.

Thank you.


There was never an E-WAR going on please.


These are just children playing on nairaland to ease off tension , stress and depression associated with them been called Nigerians.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by sageb: 5:28pm On Oct 03, 2019
Lucidly said, let the truth prevail over deceptive information. The fact is obvious for all to see and judge.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by SLAP44: 5:32pm On Oct 03, 2019
Where did the e-war happen?

How many people were killed?

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by SLAP44: 5:34pm On Oct 03, 2019
MelesZenawi:
There are no Igbos in Akwa-Ibom, cross river, Rivers and Bayelsa states.

Thank you.


There was never an E-WAR going on please.


These are just children playing on nairaland to ease off tension , stress and depression associated with them been called Nigerians.

I think seun makes a substantial income from these baseless topics that add nothing to anything.

If not the moderators needs to close these types of deceptive threads.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by engllishmart(m): 5:37pm On Oct 03, 2019
Akwa ibom is too minor and little to be engaged in any war by Igbos. We got bigger battles to fight, like the forceful encroachment of Hausa/fulani terrorists into our territory.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Minenaira: 5:53pm On Oct 03, 2019
If Nigeria split
The real owner of the land will show up
Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by EmekusTHEgreat(m): 7:05pm On Oct 03, 2019
MelesZenawi:
There are no Igbos in Akwa-Ibom, cross river, Rivers and Bayelsa states.

Thank you.


There was never an E-WAR going on please.


These are just children playing on nairaland to ease off tension , stress and depression associated with them been called Nigerians.

On the contrary, there are igbos in cross river, the former governor of Cross River; Liyel imoke, identifies as a Igbo, his group is a minority in the state, and likewise the ikwerres are arguably an igbo speaking tribe.. let's not jump yet

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Blue3k(m): 7:13pm On Oct 03, 2019
We all remember the bakasi peninsula issue, the people indigenous yo that area where Nigerians mostly Akwa/cross people, but then instead of relying on their occupation and control of the Peninsula as evident by the existence of a functioning government which regulated the area...(this in international law is sufficient means of prove of sovereignty over a territory ) 

Lol Nigeria lost Bakassi because Nigerian weren't ready to fight a war over it. I cant even find articles state cross river politicans calling for war. Sovereign states cant be forced into International court. Nigeria didnt even bother to appeal ruling in 2015. Nobody complained then.


On this topic. The indigenous igbo arguement is only interesting to those who are historians or anthropologists. I dont know of any igbo traditional rulers in state. Other than that the cyber beef isn't anything serious. The only way to take land by force is to conquer it.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by EmekusTHEgreat(m): 7:40pm On Oct 03, 2019
MelesZenawi:
There are no Igbos in Akwa-Ibom, cross river, Rivers and Bayelsa states.

Thank you.


There was never an E-WAR going on please.


These are just children playing on nairaland to ease off tension , stress and depression associated with them been called Nigerians.

On the contrary, there are igbos in cross river, the former governor of Cross River; Liyel imoke, identifies as a Igbo and likewise the ikwerres are arguing an igboid group.

Thats by the way..

For as much as I can remember, there was never any ethnic ewar going on between the Igbo and ibibio.. the ibibio/efik groups are the closest neighbors to the igbos and vice versa.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by wiseone28: 8:21pm On Oct 03, 2019
IT'S GOOD TO LET THEM KNOW NOW BEFORE IN FUTURE THEY WILL TELL US TO NAME OUR KINGS FROM OBONG TO EZE MBUNAFOR ONE

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Olaikpu10: 9:00pm On Oct 03, 2019
shouting abasi upandan doesn't make you aks grin

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by NigeriaIsDoomed: 9:12pm On Oct 03, 2019
engllishmart:
Akwa ibom is too minor and little to be engaged in any war by Igbos. We got bigger battles to fight, like the forceful encroachment of Hausa/fulani terrorists into our territory.
It is this your uncongenial disparagement of other tribes that has relegated Igbo to a second fiddle in the scheme of things in Nigeria.
It's time some of you folks started respecting other tribes inspite of asymmetries of inequality in population, culture, beliefs etc.
Could you go through your comment and ask yourself if you really made any sense?
Tomorrow you would want Akwa Ibom and Cross river to align with your secession struggles after you constantly vilipend them.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by xelly: 9:14pm On Oct 03, 2019
I think the best thing to happen is to exit NL as it waste alot of my time. People here discuss things that are unproductive as though we are in battle in Nigeria. Everyone is careful as we watch to see the action of another and relate it to how it affects us wrongly. We don't care how action somewhere affects the people of that place.

I can only be in a forum where ideas are shared and people are respected. NL is a play ground for kids. I will exit very soon. I can't continue like this.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Charleys: 9:20pm On Oct 03, 2019
Someone who is not from your place created a thread and added something there and you guys have been fighting for there days now.

How do the northerners do it?
You can see divide and conquer in it's purest form.

A south east person will never create that thread because he knows it's not true.

A SS person will not create that thread because he or she knows it's not true.

It most have been someone from a long distance who doesn't know the difference.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by mrvitalis(m): 9:21pm On Oct 03, 2019
NigeriaIsDoomed:
It is this your uncongenial disparagement of other tribes that has relegated Igbo to a second fiddle in the scheme of things in Nigeria.
It's time some of you folks started respecting other tribes inspite of asymmetries of inequality in population, culture, beliefs etc.
Could you go through your comment and ask yourself if you really made any sense?
Tomorrow you would want Akwa Ibom and Cross river to align with your secession struggles after you constantly vilipend them.

He is not an Igbo man relax ...we know them just ignore them

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Donald95(m): 9:24pm On Oct 03, 2019
Don't be afraid op. Ndị Igbo does not conquer and forcefully take land. We buy up lands and settle in it with our language.

Anambra and Imo Indigenes are buying up Abia State. Abians Are buying up parts of Ebonyi State, River State and Akwa/Cross. So, don't be Afraid, we trade land for Money and we settle there with our language and culture

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Nwadiuto247: 9:35pm On Oct 03, 2019
NtoAkwaIbom:
We all remember the bakasi peninsula issue, the people indigenous yo that area where Nigerians mostly Akwa/cross people, but then instead of relying on their occupation and control of the Peninsula as evident by the existence of a functioning government which regulated the area...(this in international law is sufficient means of prove of sovereignty over a territory ) but instead of that, Nigeria was relying on maps and data that were rigged to favor the drawing party, hence, we lost a very rich Peninsula to the cameroons. That my brothers and sister is the risk we face, if we keep quiet when we are supposed to speak up and be heard.

Ordinarily, Akwa ibom state shares borders with Rivers, Cross River, and Abia..
In these areas because of trade, the border communities are always fluent in the language of both areas.. The language of oron is oron, but close to the river border with calaba, on village there gets to be fleuent in Oron and efik... That does not make efik an indigenous community in Oron, the efik people will not claim them to be indegenous... But if oron is gazeted it will be stated that the people atthe fringes speak oron as their main language, but are also fluent in efik which aids them in commerce.

Its the same thing with the areas bordering Abia..
Ika for one has its language, which is named 'Ika" its their main and official language... But because of their proximity to abia state, the people learnt overtime to speak and understand igbo, so as to aid in their businesses and commerce..
But then the people there are indegenous annang people and Igbo is jus a second language they use for commerce with the igbo... But you wont go to the paramout rullers house and speak igbo, it will be an afront... You go there and you speak Ika... You wont see anigbo man being made the village head there, but you will see a sizable number of igbo people there doing businesses..

So you see...
When one now comes, and says, that because igbo is spoken there as a second language, that that automatically makes the area to be an indigenous igbo community, you can imagine the affront that the people will feel.they will feel threatened and they will be very weary of the igbos in their midst, as they will feel that the next thing will be for the igbos to usurp their powers.

So the arguments that have been on, is not in anyway a form of hate towards the igbos, but a fight for survival and Identity by the owners of these communities.
If there are so many people that are so ignorantly claiming the area to be an Igbo area, what do you think will hapen to the "IKA" people ? They will fade out, and the same way most midle belt cultures faded to become Hausas, the subset will now be overun by the main set the igbo, and before you know, one community after another, and next thing you know will be of the Lost annang tribes.

So fellow Nigerians far and wide, this is not a means of calling for E-wars, but a means of preserving the Identity of a people that may be phased out.. If the ignorant and misinformation that is going on and about should go on.

Akwa Ibom and the Igbo community are good neigbors.. As good neighbors we need to respect each other boundaries for peace to reign..


Cc otuekong1
Cletus77
Lastorator
Emae009

You used to be an Igbo hater. How come you sound so nice now?

Anyway your submission is reasonable
Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by meccuno: 9:37pm On Oct 03, 2019
NtoAkwaIbom:
We all remember the bakasi peninsula issue, the people indigenous yo that area where Nigerians mostly Akwa/cross people, but then instead of relying on their occupation and control of the Peninsula as evident by the existence of a functioning government which regulated the area...(this in international law is sufficient means of prove of sovereignty over a territory ) but instead of that, Nigeria was relying on maps and data that were rigged to favor the drawing party, hence, we lost a very rich Peninsula to the cameroons. That my brothers and sister is the risk we face, if we keep quiet when we are supposed to speak up and be heard.

Ordinarily, Akwa ibom state shares borders with Rivers, Cross River, and Abia..
In these areas because of trade, the border communities are always fluent in the language of both areas.. The language of oron is oron, but close to the river border with calaba, on village there gets to be fleuent in Oron and efik... That does not make efik an indigenous community in Oron, the efik people will not claim them to be indegenous... But if oron is gazeted it will be stated that the people atthe fringes speak oron as their main language, but are also fluent in efik which aids them in commerce.

Its the same thing with the areas bordering Abia..
Ika for one has its language, which is named 'Ika" its their main and official language... But because of their proximity to abia state, the people learnt overtime to speak and understand igbo, so as to aid in their businesses and commerce..
But then the people there are indegenous annang people and Igbo is jus a second language they use for commerce with the igbo... But you wont go to the paramout rullers house and speak igbo, it will be an afront... You go there and you speak Ika... You wont see anigbo man being made the village head there, but you will see a sizable number of igbo people there doing businesses..

So you see...
When one now comes, and says, that because igbo is spoken there as a second language, that that automatically makes the area to be an indigenous igbo community, you can imagine the affront that the people will feel.they will feel threatened and they will be very weary of the igbos in their midst, as they will feel that the next thing will be for the igbos to usurp their powers.

So the arguments that have been on, is not in anyway a form of hate towards the igbos, but a fight for survival and Identity by the owners of these communities.
If there are so many people that are so ignorantly claiming the area to be an Igbo area, what do you think will hapen to the "IKA" people ? They will fade out, and the same way most midle belt cultures faded to become Hausas, the subset will now be overun by the main set the igbo, and before you know, one community after another, and next thing you know will be of the Lost annang tribes.

So fellow Nigerians far and wide, this is not a means of calling for E-wars, but a means of preserving the Identity of a people that may be phased out.. If the ignorant and misinformation that is going on and about should go on.

Akwa Ibom and the Igbo community are good neigbors.. As good neighbors we need to respect each other boundaries for peace to reign..


Cc otuekong1
Cletus77
Lastorator
Emae009
Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Nwadiuto247: 9:47pm On Oct 03, 2019
NigeriaIsDoomed:
It is this your uncongenial disparagement of other tribes that has relegated Igbo to a second fiddle in the scheme of things in Nigeria.
It's time some of you folks started respecting other tribes inspite of asymmetries of inequality in population, culture, beliefs etc.
Could you go through your comment and ask yourself if you really made any sense?
Tomorrow you would want Akwa Ibom and Cross river to align with your secession struggles after you constantly vilipend them.


Oga dont worry yourself about us. Not being in power has not stopped us from making great achievements in life so park one side pls.

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by nakaman: 9:48pm On Oct 03, 2019
ok
Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by glink2015: 9:50pm On Oct 03, 2019
NtoAkwaIbom:
Abasi adion akwa abasi ibom state...
Abasi adiong afid nnyin

Akwa e-bomb no trust yeebo for anything...
Once bitten twice shy.... They even prefer to give their daughter to Yoruba son than yeebo...
Yeebo people are good but......
MOD fill In the gap

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Cletus77(m): 9:51pm On Oct 03, 2019
MelesZenawi:
There are no Igbos in Akwa-Ibom, cross river, Rivers and Bayelsa states.

Thank you.


There was never an E-WAR going on please.


These are just children playing on nairaland to ease off tension , stress and depression associated with them been called Nigerians.
End of discussion!

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Cletus77(m): 9:52pm On Oct 03, 2019
Nwadiuto247:


You used to be an Igbo hater. How come you sound so nice now?

Anyway your submission is reasonable
Anyone that disagrees with NL igbos are haters..from hausa to yoruba..now Akwa Ibom

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Cletus77(m): 9:54pm On Oct 03, 2019
engllishmart:
Akwa ibom is too minor and little to be engaged in any war by Igbos. We got bigger battles to fight, like the forceful encroachment of Hausa/fulani terrorists into our territory.
IMAGINE the insult! We're too minor but you can't stop to attach Yourselves to us..

Las Las na Buhari and Fulani go bring down una pride

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by NtoAkwaIbom(m): 9:56pm On Oct 03, 2019
glink2015:


Akwa e-bomb no trust yeebo for anything...
Once bitten twice shy.... They even prefer to give their daughter to Yoruba son than yeebo...
Yeebo people are good but......
MOD fill In the gap

Lols... Na so una dey look for person to carry go hang...lols...

Dem good but.... Butt... Lols

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by nakaman: 9:57pm On Oct 03, 2019
NtoAkwaIbom:
We all remember the bakasi peninsula issue, the people indigenous yo that area where Nigerians mostly Akwa/cross people, but then instead of relying on their occupation and control of the Peninsula as evident by the existence of a functioning government which regulated the area...(this in international law is sufficient means of prove of sovereignty over a territory ) but instead of that, Nigeria was relying on maps and data that were rigged to favor the drawing party, hence, we lost a very rich Peninsula to the cameroons. That my brothers and sister is the risk we face, if we keep quiet when we are supposed to speak up and be heard.

Ordinarily, Akwa ibom state shares borders with Rivers, Cross River, and Abia..
In these areas because of trade, the border communities are always fluent in the language of both areas.. The language of oron is oron, but close to the river border with calaba, on village there gets to be fleuent in Oron and efik... That does not make efik an indigenous community in Oron, the efik people will not claim them to be indegenous... But if oron is gazeted it will be stated that the people atthe fringes speak oron as their main language, but are also fluent in efik which aids them in commerce.

Its the same thing with the areas bordering Abia..
Ika for one has its language, which is named 'Ika" its their main and official language... But because of their proximity to abia state, the people learnt overtime to speak and understand igbo, so as to aid in their businesses and commerce..
But then the people there are indegenous annang people and Igbo is jus a second language they use for commerce with the igbo... But you wont go to the paramout rullers house and speak igbo, it will be an afront... You go there and you speak Ika... You wont see anigbo man being made the village head there, but you will see a sizable number of igbo people there doing businesses..

So you see...
When one now comes, and says, that because igbo is spoken there as a second language, that that automatically makes the area to be an indigenous igbo community, you can imagine the affront that the people will feel.they will feel threatened and they will be very weary of the igbos in their midst, as they will feel that the next thing will be for the igbos to usurp their powers.

So the arguments that have been on, is not in anyway a form of hate towards the igbos, but a fight for survival and Identity by the owners of these communities.
If there are so many people that are so ignorantly claiming the area to be an Igbo area, what do you think will hapen to the "IKA" people ? They will fade out, and the same way most midle belt cultures faded to become Hausas, the subset will now be overun by the main set, the igbo, and before you know, one community after another, and next thing you know will be of the Lost annang tribes.

So fellow Nigerians far and wide, this is not a means of calling for E-wars, but a means of preserving the Identity of a people that may be phased out.. If the ignorant and misinformation that is going on and about should go on.

Akwa Ibom and the Igbo community are good neigbors.. As good neighbors we need to respect each other boundaries for peace to reign..


Cc otuekong1
Cletus77
Lastorator
Emae009
first, igbos dont subdue or overrun any tribe. They just like doing their biznes dominating the market. Besieds we should focus more on reclaiming that peninsula

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Cletus77(m): 9:57pm On Oct 03, 2019
NtoAkwaIbom:
We all remember the bakasi peninsula issue, the people indigenous yo that area where Nigerians mostly Akwa/cross people, but then instead of relying on their occupation and control of the Peninsula as evident by the existence of a functioning government which regulated the area...(this in international law is sufficient means of prove of sovereignty over a territory ) but instead of that, Nigeria was relying on maps and data that were rigged to favor the drawing party, hence, we lost a very rich Peninsula to the cameroons. That my brothers and sister is the risk we face, if we keep quiet when we are supposed to speak up and be heard.

Ordinarily, Akwa ibom state shares borders with Rivers, Cross River, and Abia..
In these areas because of trade, the border communities are always fluent in the language of both areas.. The language of oron is oron, but close to the river border with calaba, on village there gets to be fleuent in Oron and efik... That does not make efik an indigenous community in Oron, the efik people will not claim them to be indegenous... But if oron is gazeted it will be stated that the people atthe fringes speak oron as their main language, but are also fluent in efik which aids them in commerce.

Its the same thing with the areas bordering Abia..
Ika for one has its language, which is named 'Ika" its their main and official language... But because of their proximity to abia state, the people learnt overtime to speak and understand igbo, so as to aid in their businesses and commerce..
But then the people there are indegenous annang people and Igbo is jus a second language they use for commerce with the igbo... But you wont go to the paramout rullers house and speak igbo, it will be an afront... You go there and you speak Ika... You wont see anigbo man being made the village head there, but you will see a sizable number of igbo people there doing businesses..

So you see...
When one now comes, and says, that because igbo is spoken there as a second language, that that automatically makes the area to be an indigenous igbo community, you can imagine the affront that the people will feel.they will feel threatened and they will be very weary of the igbos in their midst, as they will feel that the next thing will be for the igbos to usurp their powers.

So the arguments that have been on, is not in anyway a form of hate towards the igbos, but a fight for survival and Identity by the owners of these communities.
If there are so many people that are so ignorantly claiming the area to be an Igbo area, what do you think will hapen to the "IKA" people ? They will fade out, and the same way most midle belt cultures faded to become Hausas, the subset will now be overun by the main set the igbo, and before you know, one community after another, and next thing you know will be of the Lost annang tribes.

So fellow Nigerians far and wide, this is not a means of calling for E-wars, but a means of preserving the Identity of a people that may be phased out.. If the ignorant and misinformation that is going on and about should go on.

Akwa Ibom and the Igbo community are good neigbors.. As good neighbors we need to respect each other boundaries for peace to reign..


Cc otuekong1
Cletus77
Lastorator
Emae009

God bless you amen and amen and amen...

You just schooled them! Thank you for showing them the different ethnic LGA's...if they want ibibio and Oron version I'll kindly provide it for them..

End of Discussion..From today they'll know their boundaries...

Landgrabbers can kiss my ass cheesy

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Re: BORDER POLITICS: An End To The Igbo And Ibibio E-war by Cletus77(m): 9:58pm On Oct 03, 2019
NigeriaIsDoomed:
It is this your uncongenial disparagement of other tribes that has relegated Igbo to a second fiddle in the scheme of things in Nigeria.
It's time some of you folks started respecting other tribes inspite of asymmetries of inequality in population, culture, beliefs etc.
Could you go through your comment and ask yourself if you really made any sense?
Tomorrow you would want Akwa Ibom and Cross river to align with your secession struggles after you constantly vilipend them.

Imagine the effontery!

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