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Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by chosengocap: 10:57am On Jan 16, 2020
Over Buhari, especially between 2014 and 2019, no tribe
insulted me more than my fellow Yorubas.
In 2014/15 especially, if you didn't join them in selling Buhari,
you were either a paid PDP agent or you did not want the
progress of Nigeria.
They created the impression, especially those in diaspora, that
if you supported Buhari, you were GOOD. But if you opposed
him, you were EVIL.
On many occasions, I read people, my fellow Yorubas, saying
"your PDP paymasters."
I have quite a number of Hausa friends but it would surprise
you to know that these guys would just say "Said Baba" but my
fellow Southerners would call you names for daring to criticise
or write against Buhari.
After the Elections
Buhari won and my people "retained their jobs". The "duty" of
defending Buhari was carried on their (Yorubas')heads. The
MORAL SUSTENANCE of the Buhari Presidency was
championed by same us. No one called us wailers more than
our fellow Yorubas.
"Get over your loss" was said to me severally.
The first set to rediscover their brains did not do until after the
Fall of 2016.
Close to 2019, many sold their brains back. Some of those
who were criticising Buhari reverted to default mode.
Suddenly, the song, "Atiku is a thief", rented the air again.
I asked a cousin of mine who was always claiming he couldn't
vote Buhari again but started rooting for him why he was
doing so and he said he had the right to change his mind.
He was right.
Just like the North was right to say Amotekun is illegal.
The crowd of "think-Osinbajo-vote-Buhari" has fizzled into air.
If it was the Southeast that started a security outfit like
Amotekun and the FG declared it illegal, it is Yoruba's Buhari
e-slaves that would have been defending the pronunciation by
the AGF.
The North never saw the Yoruba race as a stakeholder in the
Buhari Presidency. We were used as tools to give legitimacy
and an intellectual slant to a campaign that would have been
rudderless but for the Tinubu's propaganda machinery.
They used us to sell a product that would have been gathering
simmering dust in the shelf of political redundancy forever.
Those abroad caught the bug while those at home demonised
their tribal compatriots.
As Amotekun is destined to be dead on arrival, we can look
back and cry for a race that chose to hold the short end of the
political stick while the longer end remained un-held.
Obafemi Awolowo, Adekunle Ajasin, Dauda Adegbenro, Ooni
Adeyemi, Abraham Adesanya, Olaniwun Ajayi, Francis
Adekunle Fajuyi.
I can see these men shedding tears as they watch helplessly a
race they gave their all but chose to sell its soul.
And the tears won't dry soon...


https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=457363898486664&id=100026391726426&refid=17&_ft_=mf_story_key.457363898486664%3Atop_level_post_id.457363898486664%3Atl_objid.457363898486664%3Acontent_owner_id_new.100026391726426%3Athrowback_story_fbid.457363898486664%3Astory_location.4%3Athid.100026391726426%3A306061129499414%3A2%3A0%3A1580543999%3A-6923398698252572778&__tn__=%2AW-R

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by IamCookie(f): 10:58am On Jan 16, 2020
Nonsense and ingredients!

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by maynation(f): 11:02am On Jan 16, 2020
2) Nonsense and ingredients.

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by CharlotteFlair(f): 11:08am On Jan 16, 2020
3) They will still tag you Wailer today even if the roof is coming down. grin

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by enemybulldozer(m): 11:25am On Jan 16, 2020
chosengocap:
Over Buhari, especially between 2014 and 2019, no tribe
insulted me more than my fellow Yorubas.
In 2014/15 especially, if you didn't join them in selling Buhari,
you were either a paid PDP agent or you did not want the
progress of Nigeria.
They created the impression, especially those in diaspora, that
if you supported Buhari, you were GOOD. But if you opposed
him, you were EVIL.
On many occasions, I read people, my fellow Yorubas, saying
"your PDP paymasters."
I have quite a number of Hausa friends but it would surprise
you to know that these guys would just say "Said Baba" but my
fellow Southerners would call you names for daring to criticise
or write against Buhari.
After the Elections
Buhari won and my people "retained their jobs". The "duty" of
defending Buhari was carried on their (Yorubas')heads. The
MORAL SUSTENANCE of the Buhari Presidency was
championed by same us. No one called us wailers more than
our fellow Yorubas.
"Get over your loss" was said to me severally.
The first set to rediscover their brains did not do until after the
Fall of 2016.
Close to 2019, many sold their brains back. Some of those
who were criticising Buhari reverted to default mode.
Suddenly, the song, "Atiku is a thief", rented the air again.
I asked a cousin of mine who was always claiming he couldn't
vote Buhari again but started rooting for him why he was
doing so and he said he had the right to change his mind.
He was right.
Just like the North was right to say Amotekun is illegal.
The crowd of "think-Osinbajo-vote-Buhari" has fizzled into air.
If it was the Southeast that started a security outfit like
Amotekun and the FG declared it illegal, it is Yoruba's Buhari
e-slaves that would have been defending the pronunciation by
the AGF.
The North never saw the Yoruba race as a stakeholder in the
Buhari Presidency. We were used as tools to give legitimacy
and an intellectual slant to a campaign that would have been
rudderless but for the Tinubu's propaganda machinery.
They used us to sell a product that would have been gathering
simmering dust in the shelf of political redundancy forever.
Those abroad caught the bug while those at home demonised
their tribal compatriots.
As Amotekun is destined to be dead on arrival, we can look
back and cry for a race that chose to hold the short end of the
political stick while the longer end remained un-held.
Obafemi Awolowo, Adekunle Ajasin, Dauda Adegbenro, Ooni
Adeyemi, Abraham Adesanya, Olaniwun Ajayi, Francis
Adekunle Fajuyi.
I can see these men shedding tears as they watch helplessly a
race they gave their all but chose to sell its soul.
And the tears won't dry soon...


https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=457363898486664&id=100026391726426&refid=17&_ft_=mf_story_key.457363898486664%3Atop_level_post_id.457363898486664%3Atl_objid.457363898486664%3Acontent_owner_id_new.100026391726426%3Athrowback_story_fbid.457363898486664%3Astory_location.4%3Athid.100026391726426%3A306061129499414%3A2%3A0%3A1580543999%3A-6923398698252572778&__tn__=%2AW-R

Exactly.. Afonjas like Area4Area are busy spewing thrash in one of threads.

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by DaBullIT(m): 11:47am On Jan 16, 2020
you are still wailing



this write-up reveals your pain

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by chosengocap: 6:51am On Jan 17, 2020
IamCookie:
Nonsense and ingredients!
Yoruba Muslim spotted .

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by chosengocap: 6:52am On Jan 17, 2020
maynation:
2) Nonsense and ingredients.
2) Yoruba Muslim spotted

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by chosengocap: 6:54am On Jan 17, 2020
CharlotteFlair:
3) They will still tag you Wailer today even if the roof is coming down. grin


Very true. The Fulanis will soon use them as suya.

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by chosengocap: 6:55am On Jan 17, 2020
DaBullIT:
you are still wailing



this write-up reveals your pain



Worry not slave you will soon be in one emir palace fanning him and be used as a sex tool
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by tribalmall: 6:58am On Jan 17, 2020
OP keep wasting your time Buhari vs Ebele At ik u Saraki etc. I will still vote Buhari.
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by PicLtd: 7:13am On Jan 17, 2020
Lol
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by Sirjamo: 7:18am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:
Over Buhari, especially between 2014 and 2019, no tribe
insulted me more than my fellow Yorubas.
In 2014/15 especially, if you didn't join them in selling Buhari,
you were either a paid PDP agent or you did not want the
progress of Nigeria.
They created the impression, especially those in diaspora, that
if you supported Buhari, you were GOOD. But if you opposed
him, you were EVIL.
On many occasions, I read people, my fellow Yorubas, saying
"your PDP paymasters."
I have quite a number of Hausa friends but it would surprise
you to know that these guys would just say "Said Baba" but my
fellow Southerners would call you names for daring to criticise
or write against Buhari.
After the Elections
Buhari won and my people "retained their jobs". The "duty" of
defending Buhari was carried on their (Yorubas')heads. The
MORAL SUSTENANCE of the Buhari Presidency was
championed by same us. No one called us wailers more than
our fellow Yorubas.
"Get over your loss" was said to me severally.
The first set to rediscover their brains did not do until after the
Fall of 2016.
Close to 2019, many sold their brains back. Some of those
who were criticising Buhari reverted to default mode.
Suddenly, the song, "Atiku is a thief", rented the air again.
I asked a cousin of mine who was always claiming he couldn't
vote Buhari again but started rooting for him why he was
doing so and he said he had the right to change his mind.
He was right.
Just like the North was right to say Amotekun is illegal.
The crowd of "think-Osinbajo-vote-Buhari" has fizzled into air.
If it was the Southeast that started a security outfit like
Amotekun and the FG declared it illegal, it is Yoruba's Buhari
e-slaves that would have been defending the pronunciation by
the AGF.
The North never saw the Yoruba race as a stakeholder in the
Buhari Presidency. We were used as tools to give legitimacy
and an intellectual slant to a campaign that would have been
rudderless but for the Tinubu's propaganda machinery.
They used us to sell a product that would have been gathering
simmering dust in the shelf of political redundancy forever.
Those abroad caught the bug while those at home demonised
their tribal compatriots.
As Amotekun is destined to be dead on arrival, we can look
back and cry for a race that chose to hold the short end of the
political stick while the longer end remained un-held.
Obafemi Awolowo, Adekunle Ajasin, Dauda Adegbenro, Ooni
Adeyemi, Abraham Adesanya, Olaniwun Ajayi, Francis
Adekunle Fajuyi.
I can see these men shedding tears as they watch helplessly a
race they gave their all but chose to sell its soul.
And the tears won't dry soon...


https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=457363898486664&id=100026391726426&refid=17&_ft_=mf_story_key.457363898486664%3Atop_level_post_id.457363898486664%3Atl_objid.457363898486664%3Acontent_owner_id_new.100026391726426%3Athrowback_story_fbid.457363898486664%3Astory_location.4%3Athid.100026391726426%3A306061129499414%3A2%3A0%3A1580543999%3A-6923398698252572778&__tn__=%2AW-R

Story

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by WorldRichest: 7:24am On Jan 17, 2020
I don't know why several Yorubas are suffering from psychiatric problems and mental imbalance. Is it the Economy or marrital issues? The writer is one of the several Yorubas suffering from hallucination, others include FFK, Obasanjo, Afenifere elders, Bode Geroge, e.t.c. They all should go and die. In fact, their forefathers are mad. They are all sffering from generational madness.
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by ndcide(m): 7:26am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:
Over Buhari, especially between 2014 and 2019, no tribe
insulted me more than my fellow Yorubas.
In 2014/15 especially, if you didn't join them in selling Buhari,
you were either a paid PDP agent or you did not want the
progress of Nigeria.
They created the impression, especially those in diaspora, that
if you supported Buhari, you were GOOD. But if you opposed
him, you were EVIL.
On many occasions, I read people, my fellow Yorubas, saying
"your PDP paymasters."
I have quite a number of Hausa friends but it would surprise
you to know that these guys would just say "Said Baba" but my
fellow Southerners would call you names for daring to criticise
or write against Buhari.
After the Elections
Buhari won and my people "retained their jobs". The "duty" of
defending Buhari was carried on their (Yorubas')heads. The
MORAL SUSTENANCE of the Buhari Presidency was
championed by same us. No one called us wailers more than
our fellow Yorubas.
"Get over your loss" was said to me severally.
The first set to rediscover their brains did not do until after the
Fall of 2016.
Close to 2019, many sold their brains back. Some of those
who were criticising Buhari reverted to default mode.
Suddenly, the song, "Atiku is a thief", rented the air again.
I asked a cousin of mine who was always claiming he couldn't
vote Buhari again but started rooting for him why he was
doing so and he said he had the right to change his mind.
He was right.
Just like the North was right to say Amotekun is illegal.
The crowd of "think-Osinbajo-vote-Buhari" has fizzled into air.
If it was the Southeast that started a security outfit like
Amotekun and the FG declared it illegal, it is Yoruba's Buhari
e-slaves that would have been defending the pronunciation by
the AGF.
The North never saw the Yoruba race as a stakeholder in the
Buhari Presidency. We were used as tools to give legitimacy
and an intellectual slant to a campaign that would have been
rudderless but for the Tinubu's propaganda machinery.
They used us to sell a product that would have been gathering
simmering dust in the shelf of political redundancy forever.
Those abroad caught the bug while those at home demonised
their tribal compatriots.
As Amotekun is destined to be dead on arrival, we can look
back and cry for a race that chose to hold the short end of the
political stick while the longer end remained un-held.
Obafemi Awolowo, Adekunle Ajasin, Dauda Adegbenro, Ooni
Adeyemi, Abraham Adesanya, Olaniwun Ajayi, Francis
Adekunle Fajuyi.
I can see these men shedding tears as they watch helplessly a
race they gave their all but chose to sell its soul.
And the tears won't dry soon...


https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=457363898486664&id=100026391726426&refid=17&_ft_=mf_story_key.457363898486664%3Atop_level_post_id.457363898486664%3Atl_objid.457363898486664%3Acontent_owner_id_new.100026391726426%3Athrowback_story_fbid.457363898486664%3Astory_location.4%3Athid.100026391726426%3A306061129499414%3A2%3A0%3A1580543999%3A-6923398698252572778&__tn__=%2AW-R


Valid points. Without sentiments

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by Adaibeku(f): 7:49am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:



Very true. The Fulanis will soon use them as suya.








5. Ur brothers boast they are 2 strong because dey found Amotekun and still strong on it but d truth is that " no one will sabotage them , they can do anything on southern soil n no one will sabotage them , .

But I salute AFENIFERE who are solid against this fulani since 2015 ,I wonder if they are yorubas (funny enough most of them has Igbo wives cheesy) on a more serious note ,if they are as useless as ur Moslem brothers will say or aggrieved because of pdp Ghana must go bag like tinubu slaves will say ,they would av opt to join Buhari like obanikoro n co
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by ProudDick: 8:14am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:




Worry not slave you will soon be in one emir palace fanning him and be used as a sex tool

You fear Fulani because your mind is already enslaved. Voting Buhari has nothing to do with amotekun. Move on you slave!

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by ProudDick: 8:15am On Jan 17, 2020
WorldRichest:
I don't know why several Yorubas are suffering from psychiatric problems and mental imbalance. Is it the Economy or marrital issues? The writer is one of the several Yorubas suffering from hallucination, others include FFK, Obasanjo, Afenifere elders, Bode Geroge, e.t.c. They all should go and die. In fact, their forefathers are mad. They are all sffering from generational madness.

Your generation is suffering from mental imbalance.

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by Gabkosh: 8:15am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:



Very true. The Fulanis will soon use them as suya.
As they use you as suya in enugu
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by ProudDick: 8:16am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:



Very true. The Fulanis will soon use them as suya.

The Fulani know their boundaries. This is not Enugu or eboyin.

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by Gabkosh: 8:17am On Jan 17, 2020
chosengocap:
Over Buhari, especially between 2014 and 2019, no tribe
insulted me more than my fellow Yorubas.
In 2014/15 especially, if you didn't join them in selling Buhari,
you were either a paid PDP agent or you did not want the
progress of Nigeria.
They created the impression, especially those in diaspora, that
if you supported Buhari, you were GOOD. But if you opposed
him, you were EVIL.
On many occasions, I read people, my fellow Yorubas, saying
"your PDP paymasters."
I have quite a number of Hausa friends but it would surprise
you to know that these guys would just say "Said Baba" but my
fellow Southerners would call you names for daring to criticise
or write against Buhari.
After the Elections
Buhari won and my people "retained their jobs". The "duty" of
defending Buhari was carried on their (Yorubas')heads. The
MORAL SUSTENANCE of the Buhari Presidency was
championed by same us. No one called us wailers more than
our fellow Yorubas.
"Get over your loss" was said to me severally.
The first set to rediscover their brains did not do until after the
Fall of 2016.
Close to 2019, many sold their brains back. Some of those
who were criticising Buhari reverted to default mode.
Suddenly, the song, "Atiku is a thief", rented the air again.
I asked a cousin of mine who was always claiming he couldn't
vote Buhari again but started rooting for him why he was
doing so and he said he had the right to change his mind.
He was right.
Just like the North was right to say Amotekun is illegal.
The crowd of "think-Osinbajo-vote-Buhari" has fizzled into air.
If it was the Southeast that started a security outfit like
Amotekun and the FG declared it illegal, it is Yoruba's Buhari
e-slaves that would have been defending the pronunciation by
the AGF.
The North never saw the Yoruba race as a stakeholder in the
Buhari Presidency. We were used as tools to give legitimacy
and an intellectual slant to a campaign that would have been
rudderless but for the Tinubu's propaganda machinery.
They used us to sell a product that would have been gathering
simmering dust in the shelf of political redundancy forever.
Those abroad caught the bug while those at home demonised
their tribal compatriots.
As Amotekun is destined to be dead on arrival, we can look
back and cry for a race that chose to hold the short end of the
political stick while the longer end remained un-held.
Obafemi Awolowo, Adekunle Ajasin, Dauda Adegbenro, Ooni
Adeyemi, Abraham Adesanya, Olaniwun Ajayi, Francis
Adekunle Fajuyi.
I can see these men shedding tears as they watch helplessly a
race they gave their all but chose to sell its soul.
And the tears won't dry soon...


https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=457363898486664&id=100026391726426&refid=17&_ft_=mf_story_key.457363898486664%3Atop_level_post_id.457363898486664%3Atl_objid.457363898486664%3Acontent_owner_id_new.100026391726426%3Athrowback_story_fbid.457363898486664%3Astory_location.4%3Athid.100026391726426%3A306061129499414%3A2%3A0%3A1580543999%3A-6923398698252572778&__tn__=%2AW-R

Trash

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Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by Gabkosh: 8:17am On Jan 17, 2020
ProudDick:


The Fulani know their boundaries. This is not Enugu or eboyin.
Tell him.
Re: Amotekun: Tears For A Race That Sold Its Soul. I Mean Tears From Heaven... by IamCookie(f): 11:35am On Jan 17, 2020
WorldRichest:
I don't know why several Yorubas are suffering from psychiatric problems and mental imbalance. Is it the Economy or marrital issues? The writer is one of the several Yorubas suffering from hallucination, others include FFK, Obasanjo, Afenifere elders, Bode Geroge, e.t.c. They all should go and die. In fact, their forefathers are mad. They are all sffering from generational madness.

See your life degenerating to a nuisance and you intend to be a world richest, for where? "From the abundance of the mind, the ugly mouth speaketh trash."

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