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Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 7:43pm On Nov 21
flokii:
Most of you from that side are not honest people. Ask me why and I will tell you..

Despite the coup on our young democracy thet killed leaders of though of other ethnicities except Igbos who somehow escaped, Gowon still re-integrated y'all into the system with NYSC.
Look at PMB, it took a compassionate Buhari to pay ex biafran fighters their gratuities and entitlements. What GEJ and his Igbo cabinet couldn't do for good to 6 years.

You people there are your worst enemies but you don't know. Presidency should be the least of your worries in that region.
Don't let me insult you this night, reintegrated who with NYSC, how do you reintegrate someone in his country, or do you think I was born in 1967-1970, I can see you are a pained PDP/APC agent, did you hear anything about Buhari here
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by ChangedMan1999(m): 7:46pm On Nov 21
AlexBells:

I have analyzed the ideology behind Biafra and it is an alternative not a choice, Ojukwu chose Nigeria, Ironsi Chose Nigeria, Azikiwe Chose Nigeria, Ojukwu saw an alternative in Biafra when there was a clamp down on the Igbos from 1966 after the death of Ironsi, Biafra was never a choice, now if I analyse it from the Angle of Reality, it will be very hard to actualize not with people like Kanu, he is a smart propagandist no doubt but he got no realistic strategy that's why, I distance myself from IPOB and Biafra because those are alternative, and it is not feasible

All these shouldn't be in a national forum.

Bye bye
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 7:48pm On Nov 21
ChangedMan1999:


All these shouldn't be in a national forum.

Bye bye

Oh about that, well we shouldn't have discussed it if you didn't make it look like you care about the Igbos and I don't, bye
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by Ebitimi44: 7:56pm On Nov 21
Op has a lot elements of truth, how could we fight the Igbos but keep using the political system they gave us,

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Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 12:03am On Nov 22
AlexBells:

Me Northerner, I'm a full blooded Igbo, abum nwafo
You couldn't even type the igbo well.
I doubt if you're one of us.
Correction: A bu m nwafo.
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 7:57am On Nov 22
spice123:

You couldn't even type the igbo well.
I doubt if you're one of us.
Correction: A bu m nwafo.
Lol, who is teaching you Igbo sef, I understand if you can't write Igbo, I won't even judge you but "Abum" is a word on it's own just like "Abulom" what is "Abu" in Igbo, so if you want to write "Chim" you will write "Chi m" so when you want to write "Chimaobim" you break it, lol
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by valirex: 8:43am On Nov 22
You should be happy they didn't intend wiping the Igbo race away but to restore law and order.
If you guys are actually happy with the present Nigeria why then is there IPOB/MASSOB?
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 9:34am On Nov 22
valirex:
You should be happy they didn't intend wiping the Igbo race away but to restore law and order.
If you guys are actually happy with the present Nigeria why then is there IPOB/MASSOB?
I have come to realise lately that IPOB is more of an agenda wing just like the way CIA destabilize countries for America,
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by valirex: 9:49am On Nov 22
AlexBells:

I have come to realise lately that IPOB is more of an agenda wing just like the way CIA destabilize countries for America,

I was beginning to think so too considering the fact that he has not been arrested
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by ofeco: 10:19am On Nov 22
AlexBells:
But now that I'm Igbo and it is already too late, I will tell the truth...The truth is that Nigeria fought an aimless war but failed to grab the spoil of war.

What Nigeria could have done after the war was to use this present 6 geopolitical zone but revert to regional government, that way Igbos could have found it hard to really rebuild Igbo land and they could have been crushed never to rise again.

The Federal government however retained the central government giving Igbos a chance to thrive in other locations now with tremendous Energy, Igboland is being rebuilt with revenue where about 50% comes from outside the region.

As far as central government exist, Igbos can't be crushed, were you really expecting that Ironsi, Azikiwe and Ojukwu envisaged that the Igbos will stay in power forever when they were enthroning central government, No, but they did understand that a central government will more likely protect us whether we are in power or not.
we regret having you as an Igbo .
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 10:21am On Nov 22
ofeco:

we regret having you as an Igbo .
Thank you, but one day you will feel happy I'm Igbo, but kindly say you regret because you dont speak for all of us, even if you got a crew
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 10:23am On Nov 22
valirex:


I was beginning to think so too considering the fact that he has not been arrested
Arresting him, will make the very aim more profound, I believe the next government will take not of that and ignore him otherwise the more you give him relevance the more he destabilise your government and he has absolutely nothing to loose look how Wike played into his hands
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by valirex: 10:41am On Nov 22
AlexBells:

Arresting him, will make the very aim more profound, I believe the next government will take not of that and ignore him otherwise the more you give him relevance the more he destabilise your government and he has absolutely nothing to loose look how Wike played into his hands

Yeah but seriously, think of how many Igbos he has sacrificed. It's high time you guys cut his power because I pray Elrufai doesn't win 2023 election we all know that man is mad. We know what he can do
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 11:58am On Nov 22
valirex:


Yeah but seriously, think of how many Igbos he has sacrificed. It's high time you guys cut his power because I pray Elrufai doesn't win 2023 election we all know that man is mad. We know what he can do
Elrufai is not crazy, any reasonable person knows that it is Better to let Kanu be, though many lives are lost as a result of Kanu's outburst a lot more lives are saved as well, remember when this Buhari regime was coming people thought that Buhari is going to treat Igbos really bad then IPOB was shut into relevance when you look now Buhari is a little soft on the Igbos, the hunger that people thought will ravage Igbos during this regime is now all over the country, so if you look deeper despite the death which is regrettable, Igbos generally are doing better than they could have done without IPOB, even our governors benefits, we will work to dismantle IPOB but not until the end of this regime I guess
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by Coneheadyutes(m): 12:06pm On Nov 22
Bros, go to sleep.
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 3:12pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

Lol, who is teaching you Igbo sef, I understand if you can't write Igbo, I won't even judge you but "Abum" is a word on it's own just like "Abulom" what is "Abu" in Igbo, so if you want to write "Chim" you will write "Chi m" so when you want to write "Chimaobim" you break it, lol
A sentence is different from a name.
I bu ndi asi Nne m si na a bu m Onye igbo!
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 3:19pm On Nov 22
spice123:

A sentence is different from a name.
I bu ndi asi Nne m si na a bu m Onye igbo!
Lol bro you are trying but your writing Igbo is not natural,
First let me assume you want to write I bu onye Asi, Nnem si na Abum onye Igbo

You sef read my sentence and yours and see the difference, I still appreciate the fact you can write Igbo at all
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 5:00pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

Lol bro you are trying but your writing Igbo is not natural,
First let me assume you want to write I bu onye Asi, Nnem si na Abum onye Igbo

You sef read my sentence and yours and see the difference, I still appreciate the fact you can write Igbo at all
Please get Igbo dictionary and check stop disgracing yourself.
https://www.igboguide.org/HT-vocabulary.htm
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 5:01pm On Nov 22
spice123:

Please get Igbo dictionary and check stop disgracing yourself.
https://www.igboguide.org/HT-vocabulary.htm

Igbo dictionary written by who, do you know the meaning of native speaker,
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 5:03pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

Lol bro you are trying but your writing Igbo is not natural,
First let me assume you want to write I bu onye Asi, Nnem si na Abum onye Igbo

You sef read my sentence and yours and see the difference, I still appreciate the fact you can write Igbo at all
There is nothing like Abum in Igbo. It is A bu m, which is I am. Use Google and check for yourself lolsss.
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 5:05pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

Igbo dictionary written by who, do you know the meaning of native speaker,
If you can answer which state that has central Igbo language then I will know that you are not efulefu.
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 5:13pm On Nov 22
spice123:

If you can answer which state that has central Igbo language then I will know that you are not efulefu.
You are resorting to insult, which I don't really condone, if you want us to talk as Igbos then we talk first you accused me of not being Igbo, now you are talking another thing, Abu means song in Igbo, Abu m could mean my song Abum means I am, words like Anam so if you want to write Anam aga olu, So you would write as Ana m aga olu, again Igbo language is written as it sound, nobody has the sole singularity of producing central Igbo (Igbo Izugbe) most Igboids have their words in Izugbe
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 5:23pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

You are resorting to insult, which I don't really condone, if you want us to talk as Igbos then we talk first you accused me of not being Igbo, now you are talking another thing, Abu means song in Igbo, Abu m could mean my song Abum means I am, words like Anam so if you want to write Anam aga olu, So you would write as Ana m aga olu, again Igbo language is written as it sound, nobody has the sole singularity of producing central Igbo (Igbo Izugbe) most Igboids have their words in Izugbe
Now I have what I wanted. For you to say 'Olu' means you're from Anambra which is not central Igbo. Thank you. Case closed.
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by knowledgeable: 6:28pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:
But now that I'm Igbo and it is already too late, I will tell the truth...The truth is that Nigeria fought an aimless war but failed to grab the spoil of war.

What Nigeria could have done after the war was to use this present 6 geopolitical zone but revert to regional government, that way Igbos could have found it hard to really rebuild Igbo land and they could have been crushed never to rise again.

The Federal government however retained the central government giving Igbos a chance to thrive in other locations now with tremendous Energy, Igboland is being rebuilt with revenue where about 50% comes from outside the region.

As far as central government exist, Igbos can't be crushed, were you really expecting that Ironsi, Azikiwe and Ojukwu envisaged that the Igbos will stay in power forever when they were enthroning central government, No, but they did understand that a central government will more likely protect us whether we are in power or not.

Let me educate you fool!.

Since after the civil war, worst than what you envisioned on the Igbos have taken place actually.

The Igbos have being under the crushing blow of successive federal government for decades since after the war, but have survived nevertheless. Their territories have being reduced & joined with Benue, Kogi and Rivers States, no federal government's infrastructural projects in the region, no good roads. Endless killings and destruction of properties from Hausa/Fulani, higher educational pursuit, same story, no international airport/sea port for a group known to be the most traveled in Africa, in politics, the worst and etc. So what other crushing earth scotching evil policies haven't the Igbos been through other than complete annihilation, and yet they still thrives. Just look at the recent modern gauge rail projects going on. Igbos, as a result of all these evilness from their country men/women are now all over the country (even in Maidugiuri) and the world at large ( Igbos hold community meetings in about 80 countries or more).

No wonder they are #1 in FX inflows into the Nigerian economy of which the same evil governments against them (who forced this nature of migration against them) are seeking ways to harvest this FX inflows. No wonder almost every week on Nairaland forums, "Igbo Amaka" pops up...the recent one; The Nigerians players in US NBA( 99%Igbos). No wonder they dominate in real estates in Lagos, Abuja & etc. I can go on and on......

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Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 6:44pm On Nov 22
knowledgeable:


Let me educate you fool!.

Since after the civil war, worst than what you envisioned on the Igbos have taken place actually.

The Igbos have being under the crushing blow of successive federal government for decades since after the war, but have survived nevertheless. Their territories have being reduced & joined with Benue, Kogi and Rivers States, no federal government's infrastructural projects in the region, no good roads. Endless killings and destruction of properties from Hausa/Fulani, higher educational pursuit, same story, no international airport/sea port for a group known to be the most traveled in Africa, in politics, the worst and etc. So what other crushing earth scotching evil policies haven't the Igbos been through other than complete annihilation, and yet they still thrives. Just look at the recent modern gauge rail projects going on. Igbos, as a result of all these evilness from their country men/women are now all over the country (even in Maidugiuri) and the world at large ( Igbos hold community meetings in about 80 countries or more).

No wonder they are #1 in FX inflows into the Nigerian economy of which the same evil governments against them (who forced this nature of migration against them) are seeking ways to harvest this FX inflows. No wonder almost every week on Nairaland forums, "Igbo Amaka" pops up...the recent one; The Nigerians players in US NBA( 99%Igbos). No wonder they dominate in real estates in Lagos, Abuja & etc. I can go on and on......
I'm Igbo, I feel and see what you feel, I'm just telling them that all the policies had given us a new push, but it too late even if they revert to regional government now, Igbos had infiltrated all the regions again but if they installed a regional government after the war, it could have been harder for we Igbos given that, we could have found it hard to rebuild the economy with 20 pounds for every one with a bank account but instead Igbos withdrew the 20 pounds used it to for transport fair to other regions, I dont think you exactly need to insult me if you understood me
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by spice123(m): 8:49pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

I'm Igbo, I feel and see what you feel, I'm just telling them that all the policies had given us a new push, but it too late even if they revert to regional government now, Igbos had infiltrated all the regions again but if they installed a regional government after the war, it could have been harder for we Igbos given that, we could have found it hard to rebuild the economy with 20 pounds for every one with a bank account but instead Igbos withdrew the 20 pounds used it to for transport fair to other regions, I dont think you exactly need to insult me if you understood me
I'm Igbo.......

Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 8:52pm On Nov 22
spice123:

I'm Igbo.......
Aluba, Kupulum Biko, we must not all have same opinions,
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by knowledgeable: 9:11pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

I'm Igbo, I feel and see what you feel, I'm just telling them that all the policies had given us a new push, but it too late even if they revert to regional government now, Igbos had infiltrated all the regions again but if they installed a regional government after the war, it could have been harder for we Igbos given that, we could have found it hard to rebuild the economy with 20 pounds for every one with a bank account but instead Igbos withdrew the 20 pounds used it to for transport fair to other regions, I dont think you exactly need to insult me if you understood me

Oh I'm sorry bro, I thought is one of those hateful ones.
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by humilitypays(m): 10:01pm On Nov 22
AlexBells:

I'm Igbo, I feel and see what you feel, I'm just telling them that all the policies had given us a new push, but it too late even if they revert to regional government now, Igbos had infiltrated all the regions again but if they installed a regional government after the war, it could have been harder for we Igbos given that, we could have found it hard to rebuild the economy with 20 pounds for every one with a bank account but instead Igbos withdrew the 20 pounds used it to for transport fair to other regions, I dont think you exactly need to insult me if you understood me
You aren't supposed to be talking this nonsense here if you are Igbo that truly cares.


What's the benefit of this nonsense you posted to the Igbos

Some of you lack sense. If you cannot find what to do with your time, learn to compose short stories.

You are tarnishing the image of one of the greatest race on earth. Be careful
Re: I Wish I'm Not Igbo, I Could Have Told The Truth by AlexBells(m): 10:09pm On Nov 22
humilitypays:
You aren't supposed to be talking this nonsense here if you are Igbo that truly cares.


What's the benefit of this nonsense you posted to the Igbos

Some of you lack sense. If you cannot find what to do with your time, learn to compose short stories.

You are tarnishing the image of one of the greatest race on earth. Be careful
The rest is thought to hate you, whether you are good or bad Igbos is to be hated, the earlier you understand that the better, you think what I posted is of no benefits to Igbos well, let's wait and see, I hope you understood the message I'm passing across, why worry if the post is completely useless

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