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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by 0balufonlll: 9:37pm On May 22
Anambra1stSon:
quote author=AnambraIstSon post=89852170]As at 1910 when the Europeans came into the hinterlands of the east we were still eating people.

This was at the time the Yoruba & Hausa had advanced greatly but we were still very much into cannibalism and today, it is still a thing in a town in Abia - I won't mention the name. We are crude, emotional, not totally developed and we should be thankful the British grouped us with people with superior history and civilization because they opened our eyes and without going to their lands, every house in Anambra wouldn't have a millionaire each.

Folks disregard the user of this account his an imposter from Oduduwa republic

Citizen of a people eating republic your Engrish is bad o despite all the village meeting wey una Ibo dey do ontop Yoruba matter & the political funding wey you dey get to do propaganda online. You should take a break from NL & get a proper education first.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Anambra1stSon(m): 9:38pm On May 22
AnambraIstSon:


We are the most deluded set of people on earth, I think.
Zik didn't leave anything behind; Ojukwu offered our people as sacrifices without a fly touching any of his family members yet we expend so much energy trying to make others look bad.

It is the same today, SE governors have been playing 5 aside with us, yet we expend so much time insulting Hausa & Yoruba.

Ndi Igbo is a useless race, I swear. cheesy
Folks disregard the user of this account he's imposter.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by 0balufonlll: 9:39pm On May 22
Anambra1stSon:


Your tribe is number in cannibalism, still exist till tomorrow

I wish there were records to back that up.
Imagine a father as at 1910 requesting that the white man include human flesh in his little boy's diet.
Meeting the whiteman, the Yoruba & the Hausa was indeed a turning point for you people o. Eating yourselves as at 1910.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Anambra1stSon(m): 9:39pm On May 22
AnambraIstSon:


We are the most deluded set of people on earth, I think.
Zik didn't leave anything behind; Ojukwu offered our people as sacrifices without a fly touching any of his family members yet we expend so much energy trying to make others look bad.

It is the same today, SE governors have been playing 5 aside with us, yet we expend so much time insulting Hausa & Yoruba.

Ndi Igbo is a useless race, I swear. cheesy
Folks please disregard the user of this account he's imposter.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Anambra1stSon(m): 9:40pm On May 22
0balufonlll:


I wish there were records to back that up.
Imagine a father as at 1910 requesting that the white man include human flesh in his little boy's diet.
Meeting the whiteman, the Yoruba & the Hausa was indeed a turning point for you people o. Eating yourselves as at 1910.
What did Awolowo build in Midwest?

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by 0balufonlll: 9:41pm On May 22
Anambra1stSon:

Folks disregard the user of this account his imposter.

Another bad English. Do you have an Abia Osu's labia meat stuck in your tooth or something?
Anambra people consider Abia people to be lesser Ibo, so I won't be surprised if all you all did before 1910 was to eat them.
Such a shameful history for a people to have.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by 0balufonlll: 9:42pm On May 22
Anambra1stSon:

What did Awolowo build in Midwest

All of what you all rushed to enjoy & still continue to flock Yorubaland to enjoy till today.
What is Zik's legacy or Ojukwu's legacy other than selfish coup-sympathy & the sacrificial murder of millions to lead a country by force.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Anambra1stSon(m): 9:54pm On May 22
0balufonlll:


Another bad English. Do you have an Abia Osu's labia meat stuck in your tooth or something?
Anambra people consider Abia people to be lesser Ibo, so I won't be surprised if all you all did before 1910 was to eat them.
Such a shameful history for a people to have.
Cannibalism still practice in Yoruba land

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Anambra1stSon(m): 10:17pm On May 22
AnambraIstSon:


You are not smart. You are probably another apprentice of a 2by2 shop with a phone.

What you posted is an exception & an abomination in Yorubaland. It is different from what is contained from how our people practiced it - it was a culture for us. In fact we went on raids to catch fellow humans for consumption.

Our history is a horrible one. No empire building, no cultural contributions to the world like Bini & Ife nothing. I fear if people lay hands on our past it will be bad for us.
Please don't deviate from the main topic what's Awolowo’s legacy in Midwest

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Obamaofusa: 10:32am On May 23
AnambraIstSon:


I answered you & I'm not even going to stress you by asking what Zik's legacy was in COR. Mention just one legacy of Azikiwe in Anambra not the other SE states. Anambra only.
Just one in Anambra grin

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Obamaofusa: 11:36am On May 23
AnambraIstSon:


Just one bro - at least that is where he came from & if was not such a bastardly useless person like every other Ibo leader then there should be at least one legacy of his there other than his dead body

grin
Zik the 'no man's land' first crooner grin
He had no legacy in Anambala...lol
Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Obamaofusa: 11:53am On May 23
Anambra1stSon:

Please don't deviate from the main topic what's Awolowo’s legacy in Midwest

Education.....The greatest human capital builder.

9% Midwest got 4 Important posts.
91% SW got 18 important posts.
Very,very fair.



40% Ijaws & Co got 9 important posts.

60% Igbos got 17 important posts.Haba!!
Haba!!!


91% Yorubas ... 18 ministerial posts.

60% Igbos.........17 ministerial posts.

No wonder the abandoned properties saga .

Igbos can marginalise for Africa. grin

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Malawian(m): 2:00pm On May 23
Obamaofusa:
Igbos should go and sit down.
Yorubas have always been far ahead of them even in relationships.Yes,good management of relationships.
Yorubas believe in live and let live.

Nobody is superior to the blackman is our belief.
We can do even more than the whites.
Who wrote the jargon you referenced? Any Fon Geezy i suppose! No?
Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Malawian(m): 2:03pm On May 23
AnambraIstSon:


LOL
His masoleum is legacy enough.
Imagine a group whose leaders left nothing behind insulting a man who left so much for his people to benefit from. Sometimes I think these people deserve the treatments they get from the Hausa & South Africans. If they get their country which I hope they do, it won't take long till the get visa bans across Africa & most part of the world. Very uncouth & useless people.
Ever since HIV died, no Yoruba "awoists" could be found anywhere in Ikenne for their "yearly service of songs" He has been forgotten. I bet his tomb is also a unmarked grave somewhere.
Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by LegendHero(m): 2:51pm On May 23
Back from ban finally. Oju ti mod wey ban me.

The Yorubas already did justice to this useless thread. It lacked content and the OP that created this thread do not seems to understand basic statistical analysis.

I will borrow the word of myobjective to finalize the thread.

—The minorities in the Western region only constitute 10% of the population, and yet they got 7/23 (around 30%) of the ministerial nomination.

—The minorities in the Eastern region constitute more than 35% of the population and had the highest landmass but got 9/26 (34%) of the ministerial position.

—Sane independent observers should be able to judge from this to know which region is truly greedy.

To proceed further, the Yoruba allowed the minorities to leave in good faith. Some people are shouting minorities hate Yorubas for leaving, no, every living thing love freedom. Freedom to control their future and stand alone and that is exactly what the minorities of the western region exercised and the Yorubas made them leave without trouble.

Anambra1stson and pazienza you will just have high blood pressure on top Yoruba matter. Because all this cycle of creating thread that has no meaning is just time consuming especially when the thread is not passing any meaningful information and can be discarded by the superior Yoruba minds.

Even if you go on Twitter, you will still meet the same fate because the Yorubas have special analytical mind and they will always offer a superior logical argument. I am very sure a Yoruba BSc holder will easily win over an Igbo PhD holder in an argument because they (Igbo) argue based on emotions rather than subject facts to logic.

I saw one of your thread that you dared compare Awo educational achievement with that of Zik and I was just laughing. The budgetary spending of the Western Region is the highest in the the country between 1954-1963. Infact the Western region had the highest amount of both recurrent and capital expenditure spending in all of Nigeria according to the Annual Abstract of Statistics in 1963.

No matter the kind of statistics you try to pull from any source, no source will place the Eastern Region above the Western Region in terms of economy or wealth. The Western Region have always bested any other region and if you like you should open a trillion thread, you can’t fight against the truth.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by PVision2020(m): 3:35pm On May 23
LegendHero:
Back from ban finally. Oju ti mod wey ban me.

The Yorubas already did justice to this useless thread. It lacked content and the OP that created this thread do not seems to understand basic statistical analysis.

I will borrow the word of myobjective to finalize the thread.

—The minorities in the Western region only constitute 10% of the population, and yet they got 7/23 (around 30%) of the ministerial nomination.

—The minorities in the Eastern region constitute more than 35% of the population and had the highest landmass but got 9/26 (34%) of the ministerial position.

—Sane independent observers should be able to judge from this to know which region is truly greedy.

To proceed further, the Yoruba allowed the minorities to leave in good faith. Some people are shouting minorities hate Yorubas for leaving, no, every living thing love freedom. Freedom to control their future and stand alone and that is exactly what the minorities of the western region exercised and the Yorubas made them leave without trouble.

Anambra1stson and pazienza you will just have high blood pressure on top Yoruba matter. Because all this cycle of creating thread that has no meaning is just time consuming especially when the thread is not passing any meaningful information and can be discarded by the superior Yoruba minds.

Even if you go on Twitter, you will still meet the same fate because the Yorubas have special analytical mind and they will always offer a superior logical argument. I am very sure a Yoruba BSc holder will easily win over an Igbo PhD holder in an argument because they (Igbo) argue based on emotions rather than subject facts to logic.

I saw one of your thread that you dared compare Awo educational achievement with that of Zik and I was just laughing. The budgetary spending of the Western Region is the highest in the the country between 1964-1963. Infact the Western region had the highest amount of both recurrent and capital expenditure spending in all Nigeria according to the Annual Abstract of Statistics in 1963.

No matter the kind of statistics you try to pull from any source, no source will place the Eastern Region above the Western Region in terms of economy or wealth. The Western Region have always bested any other region and if you like you should open a trillion thread, you can’t fight against the truth.
Kaabo jare omoluabi.They keep opening several threads trying to re-write history and as usual we've been putting them in the gutter where they belong. Imagine a sane mind comparing Awo to Zik in term of achievements lol

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Moneywomen17(m): 3:45pm On May 23
LegendHero:
Back from ban finally. Oju ti mod wey ban me.

The Yorubas already did justice to this useless thread. It lacked content and the OP that created this thread do not seems to understand basic statistical analysis.

I will borrow the word of myobjective to finalize the thread.

—The minorities in the Western region only constitute 10% of the population, and yet they got 7/23 (around 30%) of the ministerial nomination.

—The minorities in the Eastern region constitute more than 35% of the population and had the highest landmass but got 9/26 (34%) of the ministerial position.

—Sane independent observers should be able to judge from this to know which region is truly greedy.

To proceed further, the Yoruba allowed the minorities to leave in good faith. Some people are shouting minorities hate Yorubas for leaving, no, every living thing love freedom. Freedom to control their future and stand alone and that is exactly what the minorities of the western region exercised and the Yorubas made them leave without trouble.

Anambra1stson and pazienza you will just have high blood pressure on top Yoruba matter. Because all this cycle of creating thread that has no meaning is just time consuming especially when the thread is not passing any meaningful information and can be discarded by the superior Yoruba minds.

Even if you go on Twitter, you will still meet the same fate because the Yorubas have special analytical mind and they will always offer a superior logical argument. I am very sure a Yoruba BSc holder will easily win over an Igbo PhD holder in an argument because they (Igbo) argue based on emotions rather than subject facts to logic.

I saw one of your thread that you dared compare Awo educational achievement with that of Zik and I was just laughing. The budgetary spending of the Western Region is the highest in the the country between 1964-1963. Infact the Western region had the highest amount of both recurrent and capital expenditure spending in all Nigeria according to the Annual Abstract of Statistics in 1963.

No matter the kind of statistics you try to pull from any source, no source will place the Eastern Region above the Western Region in terms of economy or wealth. The Western Region have always bested any other region and if you like you should open a trillion thread, you can’t fight against the truth.
I don tell those dumbass that u legendhero have done justice to most of this topic they are opening in the past. But u know ibo if u catch them in a lie they will still try the same lie again when the dust settles. Meanwhile welcome back bro. Those ibo mod hate how u dey lecture their brother na why dem dey ban u.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by LegendHero(m): 4:01pm On May 23
Moneywomen17:
I don tell those dumbass that u legendhero have done justice to most of this topic they are opening in the past. But u know ibo if u catch them in a lie they will still try the same lie again when the dust settles. Meanwhile welcome back bro. Those ibo mod hate how u dey lecture their brother na why dem dey ban u.

These guys just like disturbing themselves. Their ancestors have been playing catch up since the 1950s and up to this moment the younger generation of Igbos are still trying to catch up to the Yorubas.

They must constantly benchmark their achievements with those of the Yorubas to gain credibility. No matter the metrics of comparison, the Igbo man will always try to insert the Yorubas in the argument to measure his success or failure.

Yorubas are the pacesetters, there is virtually nothing that we don’t have our imprints on in this nation. We are also the pioneers of many progressive ideas and a repository of knowledge in Nigeria and beyond.

The Igbos will play the catching up game forever as soon as the Yorubas exist together with them in this entity called Nigeria. It is their destiny and they should learn to live with it.

Yoruba Lagba!

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by LegendHero(m): 4:07pm On May 23
AnambraIstSon:



We are not arguing. It is common knowledge that Yoruba are far ahead of us. Don't mind my people they just make a lot of noise & are very emotional.

If Yoruba send us out of Lagos and the entire West na how we go survive seeing our lands are gully or we to back to our cannibal culture where human parts, especially knuckles, formed a part of out diet. When AYCF gave us the ultimatum to leave the North, all of us just dey piss for body & our elders come begin run all over the place dey beg Ndi Hausa.

We know our East is rubbish. None of my people here can mention any legacy of Azikiwe in Anambra only not the whole SE o. Nor mind my people abeg make Yoruba nor pursue us cry

grin grin grin grin

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by olawalepopoola: 4:42pm On May 23
AnambraIstSon:



We are not arguing. It is common knowledge that Yoruba are far ahead of us. Don't mind my people they just make a lot of noise & are very emotional.

If Yoruba send us out of Lagos and the entire West na how we go survive seeing our lands are gully or do we go back to our cannibal culture where human parts, especially knuckles, formed a part of out diet. When AYCF gave us the ultimatum to leave the North, all of us just dey piss for body & our elders come begin run all over the place dey beg Ndi Hausa that we usually consider to be lesser than us.

We know our East is rubbish. None of my people here can mention any legacy of Azikiwe in Anambra only not the whole SE o. Nor mind my people abeg make Yoruba nor pursue us cry
God bless. The omoluabis will give you a political position in our region.
You know Yoruba don't marginalize.
Remember Desmond Elliot and Joe Igbokwe

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by myobjective: 4:56pm On May 23
LegendHero:
Back from ban finally. Oju ti mod wey ban me.

The Yorubas already did justice to this useless thread. It lacked content and the OP that created this thread do not seems to understand basic statistical analysis.

I will borrow the word of myobjective to finalize the thread.

—The minorities in the Western region only constitute 10% of the population, and yet they got 7/23 (around 30%) of the ministerial nomination.

—The minorities in the Eastern region constitute more than 35% of the population and had the highest landmass but got 9/26 (34%) of the ministerial position.

—Sane independent observers should be able to judge from this to know which region is truly greedy.

To proceed further, the Yoruba allowed the minorities to leave in good faith. Some people are shouting minorities hate Yorubas for leaving, no, every living thing love freedom. Freedom to control their future and stand alone and that is exactly what the minorities of the western region exercised and the Yorubas made them leave without trouble.

Anambra1stson and pazienza you will just have high blood pressure on top Yoruba matter. Because all this cycle of creating thread that has no meaning is just time consuming especially when the thread is not passing any meaningful information and can be discarded by the superior Yoruba minds.

Even if you go on Twitter, you will still meet the same fate because the Yorubas have special analytical mind and they will always offer a superior logical argument. I am very sure a Yoruba BSc holder will easily win over an Igbo PhD holder in an argument because they (Igbo) argue based on emotions rather than subject facts to logic.

I saw one of your thread that you dared compare Awo educational achievement with that of Zik and I was just laughing. The budgetary spending of the Western Region is the highest in the the country between 1954-1963. Infact the Western region had the highest amount of both recurrent and capital expenditure spending in all of Nigeria according to the Annual Abstract of Statistics in 1963.

No matter the kind of statistics you try to pull from any source, no source will place the Eastern Region above the Western Region in terms of economy or wealth. The Western Region have always bested any other region and if you like you should open a trillion thread, you can’t fight against the truth.

Welcome, bro. The people from the other side love to hate Yoruba due to the fact that the economic lifeline of Nigeria is in Yorubaland. They have their eyes fixed on Lagos and it's environs reasons why they always antagonise the Yoruba with any opportunity they get. What most of them fail to realise is that Yoruba are resilient and born to always overcome all adversaries. We'll always come out on top.

It is evident that the aim of the thread was to dehumanize the legacy of Obafemi Awolowo. But they fail to realise that no one has a monopoly of information. We all can research and bring out facts to counter their propaganda.

All written evidence available shows that Awolowo was a just man, a man that works hard for the upliftment of all the people in the old western region. We'll continue to see him a model to follow no matter it makes the hateful IPOB feel.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Pentagon007: 9:26pm On May 23
The man Awolowo was anything but just. I am from the South Sound and I can remember all my father used to say about how the Yoruba people oppressed and marginalized we the Midwest during the time of Western Region. This thread and information from other sources really exposed Awolowo for the tyrant and oppressor he was.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Moneywomen17(m): 12:03am On May 24
LegendHero:


These guys just like disturbing themselves. Their ancestors have been playing catch up since the 1950s and up to this moment the younger generation of Igbos are still trying to catch up to the Yorubas.

They must constantly benchmark their achievements with those of the Yorubas to gain credibility. No matter the metrics of comparison, the Igbo man will always try to insert the Yorubas in the argument to measure his success or failure.

Yorubas are the pacesetters, there is virtually nothing that we don’t have our imprints on in this nation. We are also the pioneers of many progressive ideas and a repository of knowledge in Nigeria and beyond.

The Igbos will play the catching up game forever as soon as the Yorubas exist together with them in this entity called Nigeria. It is their destiny and they should learn to live with it.

Yoruba Lagba!
continue the good work
Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by Moneywomen17(m): 12:05am On May 24
Pentagon007:
The man Awolowo was anything but just. I am from the South Sound and I can remember all my father used to say about how the Yoruba people oppressed and marginalized we the Midwest during the time of Western Region. This thread and information from other sources really exposed Awolowo for the tyrant and oppressor he was.
explain how he marginalized u.

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Re: Western Region Ministerial List In 60s by forgiveness: 1:37am On May 24
Yujin:

Common sense should have told you that at least one Igbo should have been made a minister because they had a big population but we know already the ill-will your people had for them.

Who is eligible to become a Minister as at that time? grin

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