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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by jaxxy(m): 12:27pm On Oct 01
Criminal brother
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by MrGerald(m): 12:30pm On Oct 01
MartinCorridon:
Walahi before opening the article. I knew where it happened.

This is why their women see Afonja and Hausa guys as tin gods.

Please, I don't want any adult babies crying on my mention.
Lies, Igbo ladies sees afonja and hausa ladies as mumu, don't even compare
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by giftedben: 12:30pm On Oct 01
Wickedtruths:
Some Igbos are very funny. You can't allow your own sister inherit properties but you turn around to accuse others of marginalising Igbos.

Well, there are plenty blockheads in Alaigbo but there are a few sensible people. Let the fools continue in their foolishness and let the sensible ones empower their daughters. Eventually, the fools would end up as servants of the sensible ones.

I don't know if you are Igbo or not but let me educate you a little. Igbo have a tradition and that tradition have been taken care of both male and female child. Before an Igbo male or any male child from any tribe gets married to an Igbo female child. He must perform every traditional right. If you like do white wedding or court wedding.
The same goes for properties. Even if the male child is a mad man, he is the owner of his father's properties. Where by their father feels like given his female child a share of his property, he wills it to her.
You cannot tell me her father gave her the right to look after his properties when he has a grown-up man in the family.
If she had a dead brother, that have children she is looking after their wellbeing. What she would have done is to go to their village chiefs. They will call for a meeting and the properties will be shared between her troublesome brother and her late brother. She can then look after her late brothers children from his own share of the property.
She proving stubborn will lead to her early grave.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by AntiWailer: 12:31pm On Oct 01
Bkayyy:

That is why I said you shouldn't be taking it personally. We are all from different backgrounds and should table our views from a neutral perspective.
And your self hate for the male sex is disturbing

grin grin

Self hate for male sex because I said a lady should not be allowed to prostitute to take care of her siblings and told she does not av a say when it comes to properties ?

I will rather self hate. If that is Ur blurry understanding of self hate.

U can av a conversation without screaming 'personal personal' like PSquare.

My position and take is clear on this one.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by OdefaGirl(f): 12:35pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.



Backward reasoning indeed..... how can social media ideas end on social media, did you even think about the sentence before writing it.


Moreover, the late father must have seen that his son was as good as not having one, which made him transfer his properties to his daughter.....

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by jacoik(m): 12:46pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.

very honest truth you said here. just watch as some people will come here to attack you.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by guy222: 12:46pm On Oct 01
AFvckingAlpha:
The fvck

Niggarr!!

Gender based violence, ain't a fan of that shit.

The tradition may be kind of harsh in this age, but a tradition is a tradition. People should respect it, unless of course there's a will that states the distribution of properties.

A man retains the name of his father, but the woman gets married off and takes another man's name, thats the rationale behind the tradition.

It's kind of fair, if you ask me, the people who made the decisions thought like men that they were.

you are right to some extend. But the truth is that the people that made the tradition fail to think widely, now, assuming you marry two wives and one gave birth to only girls and the other gave birth to both sex, what now happen to the one that gave birth to only girls and her daughters.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Zirah: 12:46pm On Oct 01
Igbo... that one na tribe?
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by EdmundDantes(m): 12:48pm On Oct 01
Bkayyy:

Then it is not right. It is pure wickedness.
Well I still don't believe the 59 year old woman that the father can do such without proof

My statement is not based on this story because there is a lot we do not know about. But it is my firm belief that a man can bequeath his property to any one he likes reason being that the property is his and he can choose to do whatever he likes with it. If I look at the reaction of this son, I can deduce why it may be true that the late father cut him off.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by femijay8271(m): 1:13pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.


Now assuming you only have girls as children with alot of properties...now tell me with this stuffs u wrote, will u accept that?

Always think Ahead!
Think!
Think!!
Think!!!

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by femi4: 1:15pm On Oct 01
Nbotee:
In Igboland, a woman doesn't administer her father's property..
Uncivilized people
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Nicklaus619(m): 1:31pm On Oct 01
Jafar1:
For this life, Make money make U forget say ur dad get property..

God bless you for me

I am currently accumulating properties and I pray to own more companies that my children will inherit, I have told my brothers and my parent that I don't want nothing from them as inheritance. Make them share, I can buy any kinda property I want to, that's my prayers

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by JohnOkolo: 1:36pm On Oct 01
AFvckingAlpha:
The fvck

Niggarr!!

Gender based violence, ain't a fan of that shit.

The tradition may be kind of harsh in this age, but a tradition is a tradition. People should respect it, unless of course there's a will that states the distribution of properties.

A man retains the name of his father, but the woman gets married off and takes another man's name, thats the rationale behind the tradition.

It's kind of fair, if you ask me, the people who made the decisions thought like men that they were.


Take our Fathers property and feed your Dick Husband.

The fool is quoting the dead, wait till you join your late Father or Let your Brothers be the Head he's destined for
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Buksaylor: 1:49pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.


Who told you women have no say...it's only for illetrates like your kindred....

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by okine4real: 1:50pm On Oct 01
Jafar1:
For this life, Make money make U forget say ur dad get property..

This is the most stupid write up I have read this year. Know matter how rich you are, you come from somewhere. You must protect your fathers or ancestors legacy. Its just like saying because I have money, I should go go kwara state and buy like 5000 hectares of land, and say I want to leave Igbo land and claim that am now from kwara state. If everybody keeps abandoning there fathers properties or accestral lands, even you talking would not have anywhere to go. Lots of people taking don't understand the importance of ancestral lands, because you live in Lagos doesn't mean you from Lagos, understand that please.

Myself, I have often say it, all properties I have in my village would be shared among by boys only, my female daughters would be married away, so they got know business in ancestral lands or lands and houses in my village. But other properties in cities would be shared among the girls also. Don't let civization make you lose your sense of reasoning. Even your Fulani masters are trying to capture your lands, so be wiseandb start thing very far.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Hassanmaye(m): 1:53pm On Oct 01
Thank God to Islam for empowering women and given them their rights, you will never hear this foolishness in Hausa land. They take care of their women,
Just imagined people shouting biafra up and down, give biafra 1year after its establishment it will splits to another country.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Anaerobi(m): 1:55pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.

lol... u are right dear...
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Anaerobi(m): 1:59pm On Oct 01
Beremx:
but their father handed the properties to her. Nonsense
sorry ma, it wasn't stated above... or is she ur aunty?
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Emyzoloye5(m): 2:09pm On Oct 01
KushLyon:

Keep telling yourself that, you keep hiding from the truth even if it's shown on the front page of nairaland every single day. Incase you don't know, I'm from Awgbu town, close to Agulu in Orumba north LGA of Anambra state and I'm telling you Anambra people are wicked. The same set of bastards that killed my grandmom... Nonsense and ingredients


don't display your stupidity here .....even if your Awgbu people are wicked ...Is it the entire state that is bad ?

dats a generalized fallacy ...
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by TrebleChamp(m): 2:30pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.

So what happens when an Igbo woman files a case in court sighting the supreme court final judgement on inheritance? Will your tradition stop the court from apportioning her rightful share of said property? Your tradition gives less regard to female child but you people are quick to condemn other people's tradition. That was how a female Igbo neighbour was tormented for not having a male child by her stupid husband's family, when it was very clear it was the stupid husband that determines the sex of their baby. I called the husband stupid because he was well educated to know that he carries the XY Chromosome, yet allowed his family to torment the innocent lady. It is the man that carry the XY Chromosome and any gender you deposit into your wife is what she pushes out. All this barbaric traditions anywhere in Nigeria has to go.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Hespee93: 2:33pm On Oct 01
Jafar1:
For this life, Make money make U forget say ur dad get property..

Bro, it is porverty that will lead you fighting unnessary fight for a dilapitated property.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by ibechris(m): 2:42pm On Oct 01
IamD18:
Few weeks ago, I read an article on the decision the Supreme court gave on the note of women inheriting properties in Igbo land and I was just laughing because I know it'll never work.

Many women were forming women right activists, celebrating joyfully over the news on social media with non-Igbos and non-traditional Igbos.

Bruv, there are traditional doings that can't be stopped by social media arguement and ranting.

Not even the Federal government can give women access to their father's properties when there are men in the family. In the settings of inheritance in Igbo land, a woman has no say. The earlier y'all accept this the better.

Most of the things women advocate on social media are things that will lead them to frustration or to their early grave when practiced in reality. Let social media ideas end on social media if you want to live long in this county.



Guy,I dont know what u are saying.
There is no where it is written either by rule or tradition that women can't inherit properties even in the entire igbo land. Apart from community Lands,nothing stops a father to share his inheritance with his children especially the girl child.

As a matter of fact,it does no one any good if we as a people dont question these obnoxious tradition that has made life completely impossible for our sisters and women to inherit land.

It all begins with u and I to enact a change that will eradicate this jinx in our villages,communities and society at large. Whether with tradition or not I have already bought my children their inheritance and no traditional can challenge me for doing that.
Who says it's not possible?

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by coldFLARES1(m): 2:42pm On Oct 01
OrluFemmeKing:
From my understanding of the post, i think the original owner of the properties (the late father) had a late elder son whom he most likely had wanted to be the one to inherit the properties but since he is late and maybe the children are still too young, he now handed the said properties to his daughter to manage for those his grandchildren till they are of suitable age to handle them.
Not too sure. Maybe, he entrusted his daughter, being more responsible than boda Francis (the loafer that breaks people's head), to administer the property while also prioritizing the education and wellbeing of those children.

Would be very difficult for grandchildren to be prime beneficiaries in a case like this when there are surviving children.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Abagworo(m): 2:57pm On Oct 01
Nbotee:
In Igboland, a woman doesn't administer her father's property..

That's a big lie. It is only ancestral landed property that a woman cannot inherit except she's unmarried or has a male child at home. Every other property is subject to father's decision

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Mckhala80: 3:16pm On Oct 01
Their late father set that battle ground. @59 , her husband is suppose to have called her to order. Why claiming to be protecting ur father's estate instead of your husband's property as a woman ! Thank ur star greedy woman.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by KushLyon(m): 3:40pm On Oct 01
Emyzoloye5:



don't display your stupidity here .....even if your Awgbu people are wicked ...Is it the entire state that is bad ?

dats a generalized fallacy ...

Lmao, the entire state is bad, I'm in my house come and beat me undecided
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by LilMissFavvy(f): 3:40pm On Oct 01
It is very shameful that a noise making tribe like the igbos still practice such a bad culture, wickedness against the female gender. Wether a female is married out or not should not be an issue, the issue should be '' who does a parent want to handover his assets to''? Does a father want to give his assets to his son or daughter, or does he want to share among them? A good father should share such assets to his male and female children. I am very positive that in the near future, daughters will fight for their rights in igbo land. By the way, what happens if a man does not have a male child? I guess the evil uncles will take over right? Such stupidity, i woudnt be suprised if such village people would go diabolic so that a rich man would not have a male child. How about females who never get married? Would they be thrown out of their fathers house? Or would they leave their fathers mansions to go rent homes in strange lands? Was the person who made this culture sane or a mad man? Igbo tribe has one of the worst cultures in Africa. Go to the south south, west, etc, females are valued.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Miracle1991: 3:55pm On Oct 01
I dont know why, but anytime i see an igbo lady i just feel pity for her. Nowonder most of them prefer to marry other tribes than marrying an igbo man.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by shedomains: 3:58pm On Oct 01
dalass:


I don't know if you're female oh.... Seeing what you wrote above as it concerns females inheriting property in Igbo land or anywhere.

When slavery was being fought against, it didn't happen overnight but took many years of constant struggles everywhere in the world. But here we are.

Traditional beliefs that are against the females will give away sooner or later... Let the change begin.!

the mofo is a male and one of the craziest mysogynist on NL,the only thing that is constant is change and change is here already.there were far worst cultures than this,but today where are they.are they still killing twins now i guess not.silly anambra mofo.

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Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Legendforte(m): 3:59pm On Oct 01
Nbotee:
In Igboland, a woman doesn't administer her father's property..
external forces are trying to truncate our traditional norms and values. A woman's inheritance is in her husband's home and she can also acquire her private property without hindrance and dash to whomever pleases her.
Re: Enugu Man Inflicts Injuries On His Sister Over Their Father's Property (Graphic) by Legendforte(m): 4:03pm On Oct 01
[quote author=Beremx post=94496599] but their father handed the properties to her. Nonsense[/quote
and for that reason she shouldn't give her blood brothers. What happens to her husband's property, should her sister's husband take all of them?

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