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A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Masterkernel1: 10:37am On Jan 25, 2021
I'm impressed with Igbo's attitude, maintaining neutrality in the plight of the Yoruba against the Barbaric Fulani herdsmen. I'm yet to see any Igbo elite speak against the Yoruba's right to defend their lives, lands and property.

But it's unfortunate that many a times when Igbos have had a cause to defend their land, that it's our Yoruba brothers that will be defending genocide and atrocious acts of this government.

If the Igbos stands up against (reprisals) the ills and attacks by the Fulani, they will say we're inviting war, that we're wailers and children of hate.

If not for selfish reasons, why should any reasonable person vote a man, whom Boko Haram choose as delegate during Jonathan's administration, with comments like "A fight against Boko Haram is a fight against the North"? .
At this point in time, the Western elites have gone underground because of their political interests, leaving Sunday to dry.

It's situations like this that made Nnamdi Kalu a hero in Igboland. Nnamdi Kalu doesn't stand a chance in a fair environment, but he's the monster they made.

Unfortunately a lot of youth in the West are still in doubt about the mission of the Fulani in their land. Illorin is gone, Oyo and Osun on the beat. Your elites are quite, moping in hope of juicy political positions. A lot of you see this as being politically intelligent or savvy. After enslaving the Hausas, their lands were taken.

Igbos will never support any politician who's loyalty is to the Fulanis, call it hate. Okorocha and Nnamdi Azikiwe are a few out of many others
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by helinues: 10:41am On Jan 25, 2021
Wailing in new dimensions

Cc lzaa imhotep
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nightalan: 10:55am On Jan 25, 2021
Arrgh! Nobody is leaving Sunday to dry, keep your lessons to yourselves, maintain your "neutrality" and mind your business. So stop opening useless unproductive threads upandan because you guys are not very bright in handling issues please. Kilode gan, tan pe yin s'ejo?

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Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nightalan: 10:58am On Jan 25, 2021
Igbos will never support any politician who's loyalty is to the Fulanis, call it hate
So when you were all Atikulating, Atiku's loyalty was to the Americans bah?

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Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Masterkernel1: 11:00am On Jan 25, 2021
helinues:
Wailing in new dimensions


Kindly check the threading topics on Nairaland and Twitter, that way you will know the definition of wailing.

Secondly, you're inconsequential in the scheme of things, considering the fact that you're just an ordinary Internet troll.

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Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nobody: 11:01am On Jan 25, 2021
helinues:
Wailing in new dimensions
APC grin

Cc lzaa denreledave ChoCho54

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Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by ChoCho54(f): 11:08am On Jan 25, 2021
imhotep:

APC grin

Cc lzaa denreledave ChoCho54
I'm still in shock!!

Helinues an Igboman keh?

Of all the conspiracy theories in the world!!

Denreledave you are slowpoke and pathological Igbo hater!
.

Why not Agatu!

Why not Birom!

What about Igala or idoma or even Benin republic?

Why the superior race for fvcksakes!!

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Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Masterkernel1: 11:09am On Jan 25, 2021
Nightalan:
Arrgh! Nobody is leaving Sunday to dry, keep your lessons to yourselves, maintain your "neutrality" and mind your business. So stop opening useless unproductive threads upandan because you guys are not very bright in handling issues please. Kilode gan, tan pe yin s'ejo?

Feel free to haul tantrums if that will make you feel better.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Masterkernel1: 11:15am On Jan 25, 2021
Nightalan:
Igbos will never support any politician who's loyalty is to the Fulanis, call it hate
So when you were all Atikulating, Atiku's loyalty was to the Americans bah?


Kindly check if the word "Support" is a synonym of "Loyalty", your English dictionary will be of great help in times like this, thanks.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nightalan: 11:17am On Jan 25, 2021
Masterkernel1:


Feel free to haul tantrums if that will make you feel better.
Well, feel free to keep opening fallow and meaningless threads to massage your unbending egos if that will make you feel better. Nonsense.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nightalan: 11:20am On Jan 25, 2021
Masterkernel1:



Kindly check if the word "Support" is a synonym of "Loyalty", your English dictionary will be of great help in times like this, thanks.
My friend shut up and stop the use tortuous words in a bid to absolve your hypocrisy, you wily creatures.

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Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Masterkernel1: 11:33am On Jan 25, 2021
Nightalan:

My friend shut up and stop the use tortuous words in a bid to absolve your hypocrisy, you wily creature.


Unfortunately your slight is a function of your personality, your shadow is your image stop repudiating it.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nightalan: 11:39am On Jan 25, 2021
Masterkernel1:



Unfortunately your slight is a function of your personality, your shadow is your image stop repudiating it.

Abegii goan sleep and stop trying too hard. I'm done with your sorry sad arse, you've been put to your place!
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by limeta(f): 12:26pm On Jan 25, 2021
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by kilonshele101(m): 12:31pm On Jan 25, 2021
I don't know the type attention our igbo brothers are looking for.

It's better you people maintain your neutrality.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Masterkernel1: 12:44pm On Jan 25, 2021
kilonshele101:
I don't know the type attention our igbo brothers are looking for.


It's better you people maintain your neutrality.


Why the disclaimer? Kindly repudiate the claim with facts.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nobody: 1:37pm On Jan 25, 2021
There is nothing in the head of OP but religious bigotry. When whites conquered Nigeria and forced religion and culture on u did u complain? Just because trade brought Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani together is giving u headache. The relationship between Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani that bore what u misconceived as invasion outlived the coming of whites who gave u the religion that is making u spit this nonsense. Go to the nooks and crannies of north and see the hundred thousands of Igbos there, Igbos live in villages that isn't not worth average living of ordinary Nigerians all because of business but they're accommodated well, buy land and develop or rent in comfort without aorta of fear of invasion by the indigenes. In Nigeria, those living at the corner of this nation without stepping their foot outside their zone are the most ignorant bigots of all because they don't know how intermingled and we'll related people are especially in business atmosphere.
If not because of cowardice why do u choose Osun, Kwara and Oyo in ur narration despite knowing the percentage of Fulani is nothing to mention compared to the indigene. Just make everything vivid without hiding anything in ur write up.
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Ideadoctor(m): 2:13pm On Jan 25, 2021
Masterkernel1:
I'm impressed with Igbo's attitude, maintaining neutrality in the plight of the Yoruba against the Barbaric Fulani herdsmen. I'm yet to see any Igbo elite speak against the Yoruba's right to defend their lives, lands and property.

But it's unfortunate that many a times when Igbos have had a cause to defend their land, that it's our Yoruba brothers that will be defending genocide and atrocious acts of this government.

If the Igbos stands up against (reprisals) the ills and attacks by the Fulani, they will say we're inviting war, that we're wailers and children of hate.

If not for selfish reasons, why should any reasonable person vote a man, whom Boko Haram choose as delegate during Jonathan's administration, with comments like "A fight against Boko Haram is a fight against the North"? .
At this point in time, the Western elites have gone underground because of their political interests, leaving Sunday to dry.

It's situations like this that made Nnamdi Kalu a hero in Igboland. Nnamdi Kalu doesn't stand a chance in a fair environment, but he's the monster they made.

Unfortunately a lot of youth in the West are still in doubt about the mission of the Fulani in their land. Illorin is gone, Oyo and Osun on the beat. Your elites are quite, moping in hope of juicy political positions. A lot of you see this as being politically intelligent or savvy. After enslaving the Hausas, their lands were taken.

Igbos will never support any politician who's loyalty is to the Fulanis, call it hate. Okorocha and Nnamdi Azikiwe are a few out of many others
we are not begging anybody to support the Yoruba race, but any sensible person would know that Yoruba had been pushed to the wall that is why it is fighting back, but your Nnamdi KANU, is not somebody we Yoruba should consider,a man of destructive ego,a coward, he insulted our race,KANU is fighting for recognition not freedom, Op go do useful things with your time, Yoruba don't have time for all these,they need special time to deal with the sons of cows in their domain
Re: A Lesson For The Yoruba Nation by Nobody: 3:11pm On Jan 25, 2021
A country where the executive, legislature, judiciary and entire security institutions are controlled by sharia adherents, and they can't provide security & protection for the masses. sad
What does that tell you?

Do you remember they promised to restructure nijeriya?
Well this is their 6th year in power - how far? shocked

Well we don't care anymore, it is already GAME OVER!!!

All Fulani plans have collapsed just like ruga... wink cheesy








Coronabirus:
There is nothing in the head of OP but religious bigotry. When whites conquered Nigeria and forced religion and culture on u did u complain? Just because trade brought Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani together is giving u headache. The relationship between Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani that bore what u misconceived as invasion outlived the coming of whites who gave u the religion that is making u spit this nonsense. Go to the nooks and crannies of north and see the hundred thousands of Igbos there, Igbos live in villages that isn't not worth average living of ordinary Nigerians all because of business but they're accommodated well, buy land and develop or rent in comfort without aorta of fear of invasion by the indigenes. In Nigeria, those living at the corner of this nation without stepping their foot outside their zone are the most ignorant bigots of all because they don't know how intermingled and we'll related people are especially in business atmosphere.
If not because of cowardice why do u choose Osun, Kwara and Oyo in ur narration despite knowing the percentage of Fulani is nothing to mention compared to the indigene. Just make everything vivid without hiding anything in ur write up.

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