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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Nchenches: 5:06am On Nov 22
TheLionofLasigi:


Nobody is baiting them, and they were never [b]really with the igbos; historical events proves this, they actually hate you guys...[/b]from tompolo to dokubo the Niger deltans has proven that explioting them isn't an easy task. The laughable folks are the flathe@ds who would gum body to the Jews, binis, lagos, Niger Delta and all things good in other "develop" those places.

You are the one who hates both Ikwerre and the Igbos.


from Lagos, you divide Ikwerre from Igbo to make them easier for exploitation.


FYI: Ikwerre is a subgroup of Igbo; every book in the world says so.

Wike is on politics of 2023.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by ikechu1: 5:23am On Nov 22
Okwyjesus:

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How many oil well is in Obio Akpor. And Wike is claiming Niger Delta.

Not much. Contrary to popular belief, Ikwerre has the least oil producing areas in River state. If not for Ogoni, Ijaw, Ndoni, Oyigbo, Asa, etc, River state oil production depending only on what Ikwerre produces, it’ll be one of the smallest production in Nigeria. That’s why I actually laugh on the arrogance of Ikwerre. To me, they are like the Fulani/North of River state. They use the resources of other communities bringing the naira to improve their territories while leaving the ones actually bringing in the fat goose to rot away. That’s why Ikwerres are fighting so hard to take back lands of River state that was carved to other states but completely forgetting that their are lands in River state that was carved from other states (Delta, Abia, Imo, Bayelsa, etc).

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by ikechu1: 5:34am On Nov 22
About damn time someone started to do something for those communities stuck in River state. Abia needs to follow through with the same request likewise Delta state likewise every other non-Ikwerre territories carved to River state from another state. Ikwerre people marginalizing the shit out of those communities. Like shit, I always wondered have any of the state government personnel from the states that lost territories to River state ever gone to those territories to see the state of those areas in comparison to Ikwerre areas. The Ikwerre led government uses the money those communities bring in to develop their areas despite producing the least amongst all of them while letting those communities rot away and ignoring their cries of marginalization and injustice. It always bothered me how Anioma territory is wallowing away in River state and nobody in Delta government is doing anything to fix it. Applause to Imo state government on this and I pray to God they trigger other states to follow through. It’s about damn time they start saving these communities from Ikwerre’s grasp. Why it took so long is beyond me. I hope to hell this triggers other states to follow the same path as well honestly,

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by ikechu1: 5:44am On Nov 22
geefasee:
Recovering oil wells when some countries are diverting from oil
What a backward state

It is not just about the oil well of those communities. Have you ever been to those communities? Honestly, I urge you to go and take a visit, you can quote me on this, you’ll be shocked. They are literally disregarded and poorly treated by the government of River state, most of which is Ikwerre controlled. Those communities are severely marginalized with little to zero development. Recovering them is also an attempt to save them from that bullshit. Recovering the oil well is likely the government reason but, removing those areas from River state is severely beneficial for the people. At least, because of their oil well, they may have a better chance in actually having the government of the state care about improving that territory at least. River State government sure as hell don’t.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by ikechu1: 5:51am On Nov 22
XANDERO85:


That’s only the result of decades of brainwashing! Yes, they have produced some outstanding individuals that have contributed to the development of the state like Dr Odili and Chief V I Odili, but this has more to do with that indomitable Igbo spirit of never-say-never than it has to do with any ‘magnanimity’ and ‘love’ from other ethnicities in the state! Wasn’t it a Ijaw man that said Dr Odili could not take the slot of the south-south (Niger-Delta) because (and i paraphrase) ‘he’s not Niger-Delta enough’ or was it ‘because he’s Igbo’!? We’re Igbo when they want to land grab and limit Igbo territory....and we’re not Igbo when it comes to benefitting!

Some young Ndonians who have lost touch with their history will not know the likes of Dr Odili and Onwa Ndoni have strong links with Onitsha! In fact most of their parents and grandparents do! smiley

Ndoni was carved out of Delta state so the man you’re addressing is accurate in his statement. Ndoni is Anioma territory. The disagreement of their identity stems directly from the area of Anioma they originally were located in which is Ika/Ndokwa territory. Therefore, the same way there is disagreement on tribal identity in Ika/Ndokwa territory is the same way they have that disagreement in Ndoni. Infact, Ndoni don’t even see themselves as Ikas or even Ukwani and even fight with those people on their tribal identity including with Ikas and Ukwani that sees Ikas and Ukwani as a different tribe from Igbo. They rather call themselves a different tribe despite narrating they come from Ndokwa territory. The guy is right though.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by chiiraq802(m): 7:07am On Nov 22
Mitchewww!!!!! Thread for confused miscreants.....

Confusionist 1: We want Bia.fraud
Confusionist 2: No! we want Presidency
Confusionist 3 : APC must have an Igbo(weed) flag bearer
Confusionist 4: PDP must give us presidency ticket.
Confusionist 5 : Lamidu kunu said Nigeria is a zoo.
Confusionist 6 : Tinubu and lagos don tire us, make we focus on Wike and Rivers State....lolzzz.

The truth is that you guys are just chest beaters.... Una don make all the tribes in Nigeria don dey avoid Una... Then who will vote for an Igbo man naaa
Mk una pray make Yoruba man no come out from any of the political parties.... U guys won't even make it out of the Primaries.....

come to PH and see how Igbo's are trooping in everyday.... They strive in other peoples region but won't let you drink water and keep cup in there region.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Yujin(m): 7:14am On Nov 22
EastisBae:


Dateline 2060.....
Niger Delta youths will be asking the current hopeless youths who would have become old by then why they can't farm on their lands, fish in their streams with so much poverty around them?

They will ask their parents what happened to the oil resources they read about in history books and why their neighbors (who would now be in different countries) used it to develop their places while every where around them is polluted without any form of development.

Some of these minorities are the most shortsighted people I have seen. Wike is busy selfishly trying to curry favour from the North at his people's expense.

You guys will cry blood in no distant time when you will look around and there would be no more oil money to share but only polluted farms and streams and poverty.

The North is preparing for post oil Nigeria, and funny thing is that they're using money from Niger Delta to do so. The East and West are preparing too but aside Akwa Ibom, the other SS states are just clueless and hopeless on what to do.

Don't worry, the thing go do una like horror film grin grin
If only they'll reason this far, they'll make better judgement today. I really pity them. The same people taking bullets for them are the same people they malign and insult before those milking them. I wonder the type of apology they will render that time.
Meanwhile, it won't take that long before it starts. It has started already. By 2040, the suffering will be epic.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by danieldinho: 7:30am On Nov 22
ikechu1:
About damn time someone started to do something for those communities stuck in River state. Abia needs to follow through with the same request likewise Delta state likewise every other non-Ikwerre territories carved to River state from another state. Ikwerre people marginalizing the shit out of those communities. Like shit, I always wondered have any of the state government personnel from the states that lost territories to River state ever gone to those territories to see the state of those areas in comparison to Ikwerre areas. The Ikwerre led government uses the money those communities bring in to develop their areas despite producing the least amongst all of them while letting those communities rot away and ignoring their cries of marginalization and injustice. It always bothered me how Anioma territory is wallowing away in River state and nobody in Delta government is doing anything to fix it. Applause to Imo state government on this and I pray to God they trigger other states to follow through. It’s about damn time they start saving these communities from Ikwerre’s grasp. Why it took so long is beyond me. I hope to hell this triggers other states to follow the same path as well honestly,
well said

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Ogbuu101: 7:58am On Nov 22
horsepower102:
Rivers state is an artificial creation. Its borders make no sense. I have pointed this out in the past and was accused of land grabbing. There are so many Igbo communities from Imo and Abia trapped in that quagmire.
Explain a bit more esp on the borders not making sense, pls
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Ogbuu101: 8:04am On Nov 22
TheLionofLasigi:


grin grin just like you guys love to hold tinubu responsibile for all your family problems...I will mind my business when the devlopers leave lagos grin
Lagos is a Benin/Yoruba land but we've bought half of it with our money so technically, Lagos is a no-man's-land.
We will continue to dig up afonja graves and erect our beautiful mansions.
Deal with that.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by TheLionofLasigi(m): 10:57am On Nov 22
Ogbuu101:

Lagos is a Benin/Yoruba land but we've bought half of it with our money so technically, Lagos is a no-man's-land.
We will continue to dig up afonja graves and erect our beautiful mansions.
Deal with that.

Pretty sure you live in some hut in abakaliki grin anyways we'll keep taxing your brothers and fvckin your women all while a yoruba warms the governor's seat, and if you try nonsense we'll deport you back to your Hamlets like fashola did....deal with that
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Ogbuu101: 10:59am On Nov 22
TheLionofLasigi:


Pretty sure you live in some hut in abakaliki grin anyways we'll keep taxing your brothers and fvckin your women all while a yoruba warms the governor's seat, and if you try nonsense we'll deport you to your Hamlet's like fashola did....deal with that
Lolz.
Owo mi da mentality.
Keep taxing for crumbs while the people paying the tax make big money,build new houses and buy new cars

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by XANDERO85: 11:03am On Nov 22
ikechu1:


Ndoni was carved out of Delta state so the man you’re addressing is accurate in his statement. Ndoni is Anioma territory. The disagreement of their identity stems directly from the area of Anioma they originally were located in which is Ika/Ndokwa territory. Therefore, the same way there is disagreement on tribal identity in Ika/Ndokwa territory is the same way they have that disagreement in Ndoni. Infact, Ndoni don’t even see themselves as Ikas or even Ukwani and even fight with those people on their tribal identity including with Ikas and Ukwani that sees Ikas and Ukwani as a different tribe from Igbo. They rather call themselves a different tribe despite narrating they come from Ndokwa territory. The guy is right though.

Don't know where you guys get your info' from! Ndoni was never in any Delta State.....it was previously part of Ahoada local gov't before ONELGA was created, and Ahoada was part of Rivers State from the very first time the state was carved out of East Central State in 1967.

Ndoni are part of the larger Ogbaru Igbo sub-group.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by TheLionofLasigi(m): 11:16am On Nov 22
JoeEeL:


Wow, I found u here again. So this is where you're doing your grassroot Oodua nation building? I'm surprised you didn't respond to me in the other discussion which was far from ended. You said to me my ways were a 'rant' and that you have better ways of doing it? Well I can now see it obviously.

Are u aware of another recent invasion by Fulani Herdsmen in Oyo state that are ravaging the sweat of Omoluabi indigenes? undecided

Here's a link in case u doubt:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zjpm4SKM_Vc

See what a so-called omoluabi has reduced himself too. Chai. Poke-nosing into matters when his own backyard is on fire? undecided

Afoju.

Says the shameless ipob pig parading as a Yoruba grin....if you're pissed about certain things channel it to your governors, the South west has started a security outfit that deals with kidnapping, banditry and rogue herdsmen, few weeks ago they nabbed some cattle rustlers, it's the first step.....last time I checked ipob flathe@ds were being killed in Rivers State by your cousin wike and your leaders were less concerned about it, instead they're busy kissing ass towards 2023... right now the least of your problems are fulani and the oduduwa nation...start by holding your leaders accountable, joining a vigilante in your village and protecting it......stop coming to whine like a big bitch in my mentions, am not the cause of your tribulations
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by TheLionofLasigi(m): 11:23am On Nov 22
Ogbuu101:

Lolz.
Owo mi da mentality.
Keep taxing for crumbs while the people paying the tax make big money,build new houses and buy new cars

grin a state like abia would wish to have such crubs..stop being a bitter person, we are your Lord's so you have to pay taxes to us...deal with it
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by XANDERO85: 11:25am On Nov 22
EastisBae:


Dateline 2060.....
Niger Delta youths will be asking the current hopeless youths who would have become old by then why they can't farm on their lands, fish in their streams with so much poverty around them?

They will ask their parents what happened to the oil resources they read about in history books and why their neighbors (who would now be in different countries) used it to develop their places while every where around them is polluted without any form of development.

Some of these minorities are the most shortsighted people I have seen. Wike is busy selfishly trying to curry favour from the North at his people's expense.

You guys will cry blood in no distant time when you will look around and there would be no more oil money to share but only polluted farms and streams and poverty.

The North is preparing for post oil Nigeria, and funny thing is that they're using money from Niger Delta to do so. The East and West are preparing too but aside Akwa Ibom, the other SS states are just clueless and hopeless on what to do.

Don't worry, the thing go do una like horror film grin grin

They will look around and see nothing but ecological devastation, bad roads, run down schools, poorly equipped hospitals, etc. Then they will look at Dubai that they were told had the same oyel and gas like them. They will then turn to their parents (former Niger-Delta youth leaders, militants, councillors, LG chairmen, etc) and ask, 'come oh....this tory wey una tell us say we get oyel 40 years ago, una sure say e happen? because e fit be say na di ogogoro dey talk!' shocked

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by TheLionofLasigi(m): 11:33am On Nov 22
Nchenches:


You are the one who hates both Ikwerre and the Igbos.


from Lagos, you divide Ikwerre from Igbo to make them easier for exploitation.


FYI: Ikwerre is a subgroup of Igbo; every book in the world says so.

Wike is on politics of 2023.

Am not the one trying to steal their oil and natural resources and what's clear is that they really hate you guys (igbos) which am not surprised tbh.

FYI: a people have the right to determine their identity, it's not by force to gum body and it isn't today that the whole identity conflict has started.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Nchenches: 1:56pm On Nov 22
TheLionofLasigi:


Am not the one trying to steal their oil and natural resources and what's clear is that they really hate you guys (igbos) which am not surprised tbh.

FYI: a people have the right to determine their identity, it's not by force to gum body and it isn't today that the whole identity conflict has started.

Because you the harbinger of hatred told Ikwerre people at the beginning of Nigeria’s civil war to hate Igbo, deny that they are Igbo in order for them to get political perquisites from Nigeria.

Sharrrroop and stop messing up yourself.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Nchenches: 2:04pm On Nov 22
JoeEeL:


Wow, I found u here again. So this is where you're doing your grassroot Oodua nation building? I'm surprised you didn't respond to me in the other discussion which was far from ended. You said to me my ways were a 'rant' and that you have better ways of doing it? Well I can now see it obviously.

Are u aware of another recent invasion by Fulani Herdsmen in Oyo state that are ravaging the sweat of Omoluabi indigenes? undecided

Here's a link in case u doubt:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zjpm4SKM_Vc

See what a so-called omoluabi has reduced himself too. Chai. Poke-nosing into matters when his own backyard is on fire? undecided

Afoju.

Ah, TheLionofLasgidi is from Lagos state. Lagos state has no more land for farming, so Lagos state depends on cheap cash from crude oil from the Niger Delta and taxation of Lagosians.

So if Ikwerre and Igbo are broken apart, it becomes easier to exploit crude oil and gas from both sides.

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Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by JoeEeL(m): 2:22pm On Nov 22
Nchenches:


Ah, TheLionofLasgidi is from Lagos state. Lagos state has no more land for farming, so Lagos state depends on cheap cash from crude oil from the Niger Delta and taxation of Lagosians.

So if Ikwerre and Igbo are broken apart, it becomes easier to exploit crude oil and gas from both sides.

I still don't want to believe this confused man, TheLionofLasigi, is from my tribe. Anytime I try to speak sense to him, the next thing he vomits is I'm an IPOB undercover. And I'm like 'Man, take a chill pill'. He's always vibrating silly like most typical northerners from the north who can't use their few brain cells to reason properly. Any small thing, IPOB.

Yes I'm Yoruba but I do listen to Radio Biafra once in a while and I make bold to say Nnamdi Kanu is a formidable entity, with mostly correct opinions. I adore him, his vision and passion for the liberation of his people because 99% of the things he says and has prophesied about this country is damn right! But I don't even need MNK for all that cos I have had my own brains and opinions even before knowing him and I also follow my Oodua coalition groups and movements.

My thinking he's maybe a Tinubu slave or likely a Yoruba muslim or just a small-minded yoruba guy who's angry at the jibes and shades of likely igbo members on this forum. Things like 'afonja', 'hydraulic soup' and all that could be quite annoying, I admit, but this is not the time to be caught in such pettiness. The matters of Nigeria are dead on breaking point!

Fulanis are currently invading Oyo state as we speak. I shared a video with him. Yorubas have fallen to the extent they're begging their heads to be saved from rampaging Fulani herdsmen! Gosh! The current Yoruba race is damn weak! Islamisation and Westernisation, tools that has made us abandon the true spiritual form we were -- warriors!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zjpm4SKM_Vc&t=1s

In fact I laid almost 15 points to this guy but he didnt engage a single point. Yorubas are never that dumb and stuupid! Even if some of them dislike a tribe when it's time for objectivity in the squabble, they have points to back it up. But not him.

I will take ur advice to treat him like one who does not yet know his proper identity until he begins to gather sense ASAP.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by TheLionofLasigi(m): 3:06pm On Nov 22
JoeEeL:


I still don't want to believe this confused man, TheLionofLasigi, is from my tribe. Anytime I try to speak sense to him, the next thing he vomits is I'm an IPOB undercover. And I'm like 'Man, take a chill pill'. He's always vibrating silly like most typical northerners from the north who can't use their few brain cells to reason properly. Any small thing, IPOB.

Yes I'm Yoruba but I do listen to Radio Biafra once in a while and I make bold to say Nnamdi Kanu is a formidable entity, with mostly correct opinions. I adore him, his vision and passion for the liberation of his people because 99% of the things he says and has prophesied about this country is damn right! But I don't even need MNK for all that cos I have had my own brains and opinions even before knowing him and I also follow my Oodua coalition groups and movements.

My thinking he's maybe a Tinubu slave or likely a Yoruba muslim or just a small-minded yoruba guy who's angry at the jibes and shades of likely igbo members on this forum. Things like 'afonja', 'hydraulic soup' and all that could be quite annoying, I admit, but this is not the time to be caught in such pettiness. The matters of Nigeria are dead on breaking point!

Fulanis are currently invading Oyo state as we speak. I shared a video with him. Yorubas have fallen to the extent they're begging their heads to be saved from rampaging Fulani herdsmen! Gosh! The current Yoruba race is damn weak! Islamisation and Westernisation, tools that has made us abandon the true spiritual form we were -- warriors!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zjpm4SKM_Vc&t=1s

In fact I laid almost 15 points to this guy but he didnt engage a single point. Yorubas are never that dumb and stuupid! Even if some of them dislike a tribe when it's time for objectivity in the squabble, they have points to back it up. But not him.

I will take ur advice to treat him like one who does not yet know his proper identity until he begins to gather sense ASAP.

grin grin if you're truly Yoruba and you believe that Nnamdi kunu is one to be taken seriously then you're probably a bastard, the enemy of your enemy doesn't necessarily make him your friend... history has proven the antagonistic nature of most Igbo people, from breaking an alliance with Awolowo pre Independence, to sprewing propaganda against Abiola, and their endless hate for tinubu...... I am not a tinubu fan, infact I was raised in a PDP family but I am not a bastard who will drag my leaders in the market square...if you really care about the yoruba nation and you're a warrior as you claim why don't you go and join Amotekun; protect your community..at least we see Sunday igboho putting actions into his words protecting his people, I respect him, he is a true leader leading by example unlike your Nnamdi Cownu that you hail soo much is in the UK instigating violence while his people die in the jungle, you believe the words of a man who is probably sponsored by the government.... I am a big supporter of the Yoruba nation, but what Nigeria needs is restructuring because even you Ipigs will destroy yourselves even if given Independence today.... You hate fulani herdsmen Soo much but you buy their cow meat, your leaders allow there meat to be sold in your market... Do you know that the cattle industry in nigeria is worth #30trillion...you think war is all about screaming and making noise upandan shouting marginalization, you think south westerners are cowards right. If you don't have solutions to the problems you're still ranting and if you're Igbo parading as a Yoruba may you die an untimely death...
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by JoeEeL(m): 3:16pm On Nov 22
TheLionofLasigi:


grin grin if you're truly Yoruba and you believe that Nnamdi kunu is one to be taken seriously then you're probably a bastard, the enemy of your enemy doesn't necessarily make him your friend... history has proven the antagonistic nature of most Igbo people, from breaking an alliance with Awolowo pre Independence, to sprewing propaganda against Abiola, and their endless hate for tinubu...... I am not a tinubu fan, infact I was raised in a PDP family but I am not a bastard who will drag my leaders in the market square...if you really care about the yoruba nation and you're a warrior as you claim why don't you go and join Amotekun; protect your community..at least we see Sunday igboho putting actions into his words protecting his people, I respect him, he is a true leader leading by example unlike your Nnamdi Cownu that you hail soo much is in the UK instigating violence while his people die in the jungle, you believe the words of a man who is probably sponsored by the government.... I am a big supporter of the Yoruba nation, but what Nigeria needs is restructuring because even you Ipigs will destroy yourselves even if given Independence today.... You hate fulani herdsmen Soo much but you buy their cow meat, your leaders allow there meat to be sold in your market... Do you know that the cattle industry in nigeria is worth #30trillion...you think war is all about screaming and making noise upandan shouting marginalization, you think south westerners are cowards right. If you don't have solutions to the problems you're still ranting and if you're Igbo parading as a Yoruba may you die an untimely death...

You claim to know Igbos that much but if you're that smart, one thing you should know is their pride and self-awareness are unmatched. Hardly will u find an Igbo man that will deny his identity to only promote cheap slander. I have been doing my own thing but u decided to turn on me, calling me miscreant without knowing me. For this:

If I'm truly Igbo (or any other tribe for that matter) but claiming Yoruba, it will never be well with my life. My generation will be a waste. I will feed from the muds and trenches of the earth. I will wander about without cause. Me, my unborn children and my generation will languish in unending sorrow all the days of our lives.

But if I am truly Yoruba, may your children and children's children only eat bread of sorrow. And their drink shall only come from polluted streams. Wherever they go, they will never be kings but slaves to the system in place. Amen.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by TheLionofLasigi(m): 3:22pm On Nov 22
JoeEeL:


You claim to know Igbos that much but if you're that smart, one thing you should know is their pride and self-awareness are unmatched. Hardly will u find an Igbo man that will deny his identity to only promote cheap slander. I have been doing my own thing but u decided to turn on me, calling me miscreant without knowing me. For this:

If I'm truly Igbo (or any other tribe for that matter) but claiming Yoruba, it will never be well with my life. My generation will be a waste. I will feed from the muds and trenches of the earth. I will wander about without cause. Me, my unborn children and my generation will languish in unending sorrow all the days of our lives.

But if I am truly Yoruba, may your children and children's children only eat bread of sorrow. And their drink shall only come from polluted streams. Wherever they go, they will never be kings but slaves to the system in place. Amen.

Man go and rest....
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by onyechez: 5:22pm On Nov 22
EastisBae:


Dateline 2060.....
Niger Delta youths will be asking the current hopeless youths who would have become old by then why they can't farm on their lands, fish in their streams with so much poverty around them?

They will ask their parents what happened to the oil resources they read about in history books and why their neighbors (who would now be in different countries) used it to develop their places while every where around them is polluted without any form of development.

Some of these minorities are the most shortsighted people I have seen. Wike is busy selfishly trying to curry favour from the North at his people's expense.

You guys will cry blood in no distant time when you will look around and there would be no more oil money to share but only polluted farms and streams and poverty.

The North is preparing for post oil Nigeria, and funny thing is that they're using money from Niger Delta to do so. The East and West are preparing too but aside Akwa Ibom, the other SS states are just clueless and hopeless on what to do.

Don't worry, the thing go do una like horror film grin grin
The Canine Club of Imo was fully represented grin.
See your imo state brother coming to GRA with his DOG TEAM to Port Harcourt, this weekend to receive free medical care for his dog, I thought you said port Harcourt residents come to imo state on weekends to chill so the case is the reverse.

Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by onyechez: 5:25pm On Nov 22
EastisBae:


Dateline 2060.....
Niger Delta youths will be asking the current hopeless youths who would have become old by then why they can't farm on their lands, fish in their streams with so much poverty around them?

They will ask their parents what happened to the oil resources they read about in history books and why their neighbors (who would now be in different countries) used it to develop their places while every where around them is polluted without any form of development.

Some of these minorities are the most shortsighted people I have seen. Wike is busy selfishly trying to curry favour from the North at his people's expense.

You guys will cry blood in no distant time when you will look around and there would be no more oil money to share but only polluted farms and streams and poverty.

The North is preparing for post oil Nigeria, and funny thing is that they're using money from Niger Delta to do so. The East and West are preparing too but aside Akwa Ibom, the other SS states are just clueless and hopeless on what to do.

Don't worry, the thing go do una like horror film grin grin
The Canine Club of Imo was fully represented grin.
See your imo state brother coming to GRA with his DOG TEAM to Port Harcourt, this weekend to receive free medical care for his dog, I thought you said port Harcourt residents come to imo state on weekends to chill so the case is the reverse grin grin grin.

Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by ikechu1: 7:18pm On Nov 22
XANDERO85:


Don't know where you guys get your info' from! Ndoni was never in any Delta State.....it was previously part of Ahoada local gov't before ONELGA was created, and Ahoada was part of Rivers State from the very first time the state was carved out of East Central State in 1967.

Ndoni are part of the larger Ogbaru Igbo sub-group.

I don’t need to even argue with you especially considering the people in question already spoke on it.

From Ndoni’s themselves
In October 1, 1960, Nigeria had its independence from British colonial rule and Ndoni came under the rule of Western region--one of the two regions carved out of the Southern protectorates. Mid-west region was created in 1963, which included Ndokwa Land and other Non-Yoruba speaking parts of western region. Ndoni was a part of Aboh Division.
In May 1967, Rivers State was carved out from the old Eastern region 1967 as part of a new 12 State Federal Structure.
During the boundary adjustment of 1976 and local government reform, using the River Niger as a natural boundary, Ndoni, located on the eastern bank of River Niger was carved into ONELGA in Rivers State.
http://www.ndoniusa.org/history-of-ndoni.html

Ndokwa’s own narrative
By 1963, Mid-west region was created to include Ndokwa Land and other Non-Yoruba speaking parts of western region. Ndokwa people remained as part of Mid-West region until Ndoni people were carved out from Aboh Division to join parts of the old Eastern region to form Rivers State in May 1967 as part of a new 12 State Federal Structure.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/armstrongckam.wordpress.com/2017/08/24/ndokwaukwani-people/amp/
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Okwyjesus(m): 1:19pm On Nov 23
ikechu1:


Not much. Contrary to popular belief, Ikwerre has the least oil producing areas in River state. If not for Ogoni, Ijaw, Ndoni, Oyigbo, Asa, etc, River state oil production depending only on what Ikwerre produces, it’ll be one of the smallest production in Nigeria. That’s why I actually laugh on the arrogance of Ikwerre. To me, they are like the Fulani/North of River state. They use the resources of other communities bringing the naira to improve their territories while leaving the ones actually bringing in the fat goose to rot away. That’s why Ikwerres are fighting so hard to take back lands of River state that was carved to other states but completely forgetting that their are lands in River state that was carved from other states (Delta, Abia, Imo, Bayelsa, etc).

You are right.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Okwyjesus(m): 1:31pm On Nov 23
handiriwamadi:
The reason why the places is called Niger Delta is not because of the oil wells, there's oil well in Lagos state, can you call the state Niger delta state? we have oil wells in Ikwerre LGA. and some part of Obio/Akpor LGA. ask questions if you don't know.

I dont need to ask l know.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by Okwyjesus(m): 1:35pm On Nov 23
onyechez:

How many areas do you know in obio Akpor? You igbos like running your watery mouth anyhow.

I have been living in PH for over 18 years. l was born in Oyigbo. Only a handful of LGA in Rivers l have not been to.
Re: Imo To Recover Oil Wells From Rivers by onyechez: 1:48pm On Nov 23
Okwyjesus:


I have been living in PH for over 18 years. l was born in Oyigbo. Only a handful of LGA in Rivers l have not been to.
Go to kpamai mortuary a private mortuary in mile 1 PH behind it there's a river linking to okirika linking to high sea in rivers state, Boys they do bunkering, drilling crude oil. That community is part of obio-Akpor local government. the local government where governor wike from. . If you don't know nobody will tell you anything.

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