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Buhari Has 99 Problems, But Twitter Not One Of Them - Fisayo Soyombo (Aljazeera) / This Is What I Saw On Aljazeera Now About Endsars Protest / Nigeria Steel Factory Back To Life After 40 Years - Aljazeera (Pics + video) (2) (3) (4)
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Nobody: 10:09am On Jun 15, 2020|
Saw it too yesterday. It's quite saddening
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by proff010: 10:14am On Jun 15, 2020|
why cant igbo media report it...
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Nobody: 10:26am On Jun 15, 2020|
One of the 99.9% igbo women prostitute Nnamdi Kanu is referring to spotted.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Felimax(m): 10:27am On Jun 15, 2020|
[quote author=wirinet post=90681459]
You are one of the people that attract negative reputation to igbos in general. Instead of you to say In the end I will be vindicated for refusing to support the failure called Buhari, you are saying "In the end igbos will be vindicated for refusing to support the failure called Buhari". You are imposing you personal bias on all igbos. Igbos never got together and said they hate Buhari or called him names.
You also made the ridiculous statement that "
Shebi terrorists now operate in the open and locals cheer them". Are you saying terrorists did not operate in the open during Jonathan's regime? Are you saying terrorists were not in control of 14 local government areas (including the whole of sambisa forest) during Jonathan.
Are you now saying that Boko Haram did not operate within Abuja the national capital during the time of Jonathan?
You guys never take responsibility always looking for a scape goat to blame. What he meant is clearly understood.
You don't expect him to start doing statistics of the handful of Igbos supporting PMB.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Memberclub(m): 10:33am On Jun 15, 2020|
They should continue killing their people we don't care.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by wirinet(m): 11:13am On Jun 15, 2020|
So without doing a scientific statistics, how did you arrive at the conclusion that only a handful of igbos support Buhari?
There is a popular adage I love which goes;
Never Assume, because when you ASSUME, you ASS out of U and ME.
You guys are guilty of imposing you beliefs and biases on others, that's called fundamentalism.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by DModeCntStopMe: 11:57am On Jun 15, 2020|
Our shock absorber just landed...
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Cherez: 12:00pm On Jun 15, 2020|
hotdo9:Buhari lead which assault?
Na him pass OBJ?
OBJ brought down Onitsha and he said so when he visited in his time but same OBJ was loved
Oga PMB said lot's of things before he won election and that wasn't befitting of a leader
Exactly what he's doing today
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by micfoley: 2:56pm On Jun 15, 2020|
This is serious o
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by 2cul2care: 4:28pm On Jun 15, 2020|
Our own local news outlets won't air this 1 ooo, they've all been bribed to turn a blind eye.
Nigeria mata na God hand e dey
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Jerryojozy(m): 7:01pm On Jun 15, 2020|
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by oyatz(m): 6:23am On Jun 16, 2020|
This meme is the most funny one on social media in 2020.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by oyatz(m): 6:30am On Jun 16, 2020|
Must you find a way to bring Yorubas( always in a negative way) to everything?
What concern Yorubas in this matter?
Your hatred for the Yorubas can't bring about any solution, it won't make Buhari to die or resign, it won't stop Boko Haram, it won't stop Yorubas from constested the 2023 election and it won't add money into your bank account?
Rather it will galvanize the Yorubas , including the hitherto neutral ones to come together.
Stop this unnecessary hatred that won't take you anywhere.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by oyatz(m): 6:42am On Jun 16, 2020|
IPOB peddle dangerous propaganda against the Yorubas and the Hausa-Fulanis which unfortunately many young Igbos believe hook, line and singer.
The reverberating consequences of this phenomenon for the Yorubas and Hausa-Fulanis is gradually being felt and will become worse in the years ahead.
If you go to Twitter and Facebook, you will see the avalanche of malicious falsehood being dish out against the Yorubas that any reasonable Yoruba person will know that if this people have the power and opportunities, they will not hesitate to harm the Yoruba interests.
However, all these will also have consequences for the Igbos.
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by Amatarasha(f): 8:21am On Jun 16, 2020|
|Re: What I Saw On Aljazeera News by oyatz(m): 11:10am On Jun 16, 2020|
I understand your plights and present feelings about the political situations in Nigeria but change your tactics, it won't produce the desired results you anticipate.
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