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|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by danilmo: 4:52pm On Oct 19|
it's the bitter ugly truth, I'm talking of current, abuja was formed long time ago, everybody now see it as home for all politic.
letbme ask u how many Yoruba do comes to Asaba, PH, calabar for business or whatever?? intact schooling outside South West sound weird to our parent, they ll b like what are u looking for. the only Yoruba man or woman u mostly see in SS or SE na agbo seller, taxi driver and co... tell me say I lie.. no b pride o, e go hard for Yoruba man to now see PH,or calabar or asaba or anambra as his capital. ..
that ll b unfair to others sha but I'm just stating the obvious, Yoruba's aren't into much travelling..except tbat they on take pride in travelling to Lagos..
like I said that ll b sentimental but that is d obvious.
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by selemempe: 4:58pm On Oct 19|
danilmo:if this is the mentality of majority of yorubas then we are into a deep shìt. It means that breaking up Nigeria may never happen as you guys will always sabotage the south. You guys are basically like the north. You need Nigeria badly. Smh
Cheers too bro. I'm too rich to worry myself about Nigeria issues the way I do.. honestly
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by danilmo: 5:02pm On Oct 19|
u seems not to get my point, that's y I said making a southern nation is likely not going to work because wen the issue of capital comes up eh, na their problem go start..
they ll rather prefer to have oduduwa republic and make lagos d capital instead of going from Lagos, ogun, ondo to calabar or far away PH in the name of new federal capital, fact is an average Yoruba is not a traveller,
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by selemempe: 5:04pm On Oct 19|
danilmo:and I have seen how you guys are seriously campaigning for the Oduduwa Republic na..
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by danilmo: 5:09pm On Oct 19|
leave the campaign as slow as it it, they'll get it in due time..
Yoruba no get the stubbornness, belief me they ll rather wait patiently till the road is clear enough, back it up legally, no b fight .
U see how they made Amotekun work in lowkey?? it doesn't take much noise, in my state now they parade well officially doing their job..
the blittle level they've attained, all the governors , Elders afenifer and co, academicians d like of Prof Wole Soyinka, SAN falana, SAN afe babalola and many others are the leaders projecting Oduduwa republic.
so u see everybody av keyed into the agenda and codedly waiting make the legal/civil move at the right time.
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by RemoveKebab: 5:20pm On Oct 19|
selemempe:bros no waste your time with this folks, either that guy is an aboki impostor or a southerner that needs reeducation on geopolitical Strategies.
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by selemempe: 5:43pm On Oct 19|
danilmo:lol...there will never be a 'right' time for a country to divide. If you are waiting for when you can legally divide a country, then you will wait forever. Even before you guys formed Ametokun, Enugu had formed forest guards. The north already had hisba. There was nothing innovative about Ametokun.
Comparing Ametokun with dividing Nigeria shows you guys don't really know what it takes. The perfect time to divide Nigeria was in 1967. That kind of opportunity wont come again. The second best time to divide Nigeria is now and it can only happen if we are united!
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by NeverBrokeAgainG: 6:06pm On Oct 19|
Misterdhee1:and What does the Yorubas Has to Offer to Igbo??
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by Misterdhee1(m): 6:10pm On Oct 19|
NeverBrokeAgainG:Lagos. Ask your brothers that come in hundreds daily to Lagos.
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by NeverBrokeAgainG: 6:12pm On Oct 19|
Misterdhee1:How Many Igbo Man Dey Lagos
I thought Yorubas Had anything to Offer To the Igbos.
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by Misterdhee1(m): 6:15pm On Oct 19|
NeverBrokeAgainG:Igbos in Lagos are up to 2 million, and they are increasing every day. Without Lagos, where do you think those millionaires that come to your villages every December to party would see money?
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by NeverBrokeAgainG: 6:53pm On Oct 19|
Misterdhee1:What is the Total Population Of The Igbos , What is the Population of Igbos in Lagos and
what's the Total Population oF Lagos.
I have never seen this Type of Delusion
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by ThatFairGuy1: 6:27am On Oct 20|
Bkayyy:I don't have strength for argument. good morning
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by Kamanuozuzu: 6:55am On Oct 20|
There's no region that's not viable.
|Re: BBC Report: Is Southern Nigeria Republic Viable? by LukasPodolski: 7:16am On Oct 20|
gregyboy:why must they convert to Christianity?
how about you guys too convert to Islam?
FYI, I'm a Christian, though I don't practice it.
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