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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by AmazingELixir: 9:07am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....


What has these nonsense you posted got to do with the issue at hand ...by the way Olusegun Aganga is from where , Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, Musiliu Obanikoro, Abduljelili Oyewale Adesiyan, Erelu Olusola Obada, Olajumoke Akinjide, Olugbenga Ashiru etc...are these cabinet members not westerners ..you twist facts to suit your baseless and illogical narrative.

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Barrywilly(m): 9:08am On Feb 08
Beautiful writeup, but an average igbo man will turn blind eyes to this or resort to abuses
epondudu:

Seems they control this platform they will turn a blind eye to this writeup. This is a fantastic assertion...#victimmentality#
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Sagay212: 9:09am On Feb 08
All of these is happening because the president tolerated and supports the herdsmen. Not just the president, other wealthy elites supports the fulani herdsmen because they do not want to pay for land, pay tax or run any cost of the cattle business that they do.
The herdsmen must leave the nigerian forest and build ranches. The forest is animals to live in. If they choose to remain in the forests, then they should go to the northern forest.
There is no way herders and farmers won't clash if the herders don't keep their cows in ranches.

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Elsanchez: 9:09am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....

They will be talking a matter of importance

Some lunatics will be bringing up divisive talk

What concerns this crazy talk with the topic at hand?

For your information, during GEJ term as president, all regions were carried along almost equally and that was why there was no "noise" then

There was visible federal character unlike what we see now.

The people you mentioned above, although all hold important position and did their best (although not enough)

Try to stick to the matter at hand and stop crying over split milk otherwise miserability is your portion

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Dong2: 9:09am On Feb 08
ruggedtimi:
really so katsina is small london..

Yeah. Do you know how many federal project now cited in katsina? Sidon there
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by TroubleMaker47(m): 9:09am On Feb 08
Jones4190:

just to remain you that during this years the yorubas didn't complain of been marginalized, the north central didn't complain of been marginalized. one female minister use over 200m to buy bullet proof car just imagine that happening under bubu adminstration
Why would they complain when in that period the Nigerian economy became the biggest in Africa, Our ecinomy was growing at double digit, Our TI corruption index was on steady decline, FDI was above the roof.. if Buhari can achieve that feat without a single Igbo, trust me 70% of igbos won't complain of marginalisation cuz already 95% of igbos has never depended on govt for anything!

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by naijadrivablog: 9:09am On Feb 08
Good! Those trouble makers.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by GrandFinale2021(m): 9:10am On Feb 08
Shelumiel:
My brother, there is a proverb that says "A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself; The simple(fool) pass on and are punished". So do you think I will want my unborn children to suffer the evils that will come upon this country? Certainly not. Before that time God will make a way for me to exit this cursed land
even me wey bash you sef na Canada I just applied to travel to cos I needed to relocate from the country this year though.
But we should all find a solution and not run away from our land, it reeks of cowardice.
I really pity Nigerians and some are even planning on voting this old fools again in 2023.
At times I'm being forced to believe Nigeria is irredeemable because of the kind of people you share the country with

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Barrywilly(m): 9:10am On Feb 08
You have said it all. Though an average Igbo man will not agree with you and may resort to name calling
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by U2ice(m): 9:11am On Feb 08
NaijaFutbol:


grin
200m to buy bullet proof cars, e no reach wetin them take clear grass under Buhari.

How much again Buhari budget to cut hair?

The worst looting is going on under Buhari, so I will advise you not to go there grin

I fear who no fear this bubu govt ooo... Their doings ehn.. them go thief/kill tell us nothing we fit do . So sad �
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by KoshCAD: 9:12am On Feb 08
Tranquillity360:
What have your osibanjo done for yorubas?
Don't be stupid because of tribalism. Both of you are saying the same thing.


Your brain cannot counter what he wrote there.

Yes, osibanjo has done nothing for yorubas, but does thatake all what he wrote lies.

No nation can grow with the kind of people like you. You are too backward in thinking. You are not different from Buhari, you are just an hypocrite.

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by KoshCAD: 9:12am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....
Nice write up there man.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by KoshCAD: 9:13am On Feb 08
gidgiddy:


Just 2 questions. Were all these people appointed into government to help Nigeria, or to help Igbos?

In 60 years of Nigerias independence, the North has held power for over 40 years. Where is the North today?
But they did not do anything for nigeria as well, did they?
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Franking: 9:15am On Feb 08
BigSarah:
Ok, so where would the cows go?... I'm not sure this was thought through.

Think it through and tell us.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by NSK4U(m): 9:17am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....

Whether an Igbo man would look into the plight of Igbos or not should not be anyone's concern. Did Obj look into Yorubas plight when was in power? Had all Fulani presidents looked into the plight of Hausa/Fulanis while in power?

Your answer is as clean and clear as mine, so your logic of appointed ministers should not come close to the picture which still remains that what is good for the goose is also good for the gander and that is fairness and equality to all tribes holding the country.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Shelumiel: 9:17am On Feb 08
GrandFinale2021:
even me wey bash you sef na Canada I just applied to travel to cos I needed to relocate from the country this year though.
But we should all find a solution and not run away from our land, it reeks of cowardice.
I really pity Nigerians and some are even planning on voting this old fools again in 2023.
At time I'm being forced to believe Nigeria is irredeemable because of the kind of people you share the country with
You are right. But how we go do? The Nigerian problem is something that is beyond my understanding. And to make things worse, it is fueled by too many neo-colonial policies that want to see the country in a divided state.

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Sunnyja: 9:18am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....
Is it why the killer herdsmen are now allowed to wipe them out of the earth surface because of the few alledged to have diverted billions?!
Try to borrow small sense nah!
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by AfonjaConehead: 9:19am On Feb 08
Iamgrey5:
Answer

They didn't help Nigeria nor Igbos.

So why do Igbo always make seem like others are holding them when their elites are also part of the problem.


Amala and ewedu..this is where you will have interest. Shame
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by pharmagba: 9:20am On Feb 08
Shelumiel:
Nigeria is gradually descending into a pit from which it will never come out of.
Sincerely, it's the opposite
Where injustice reign,
People resort to self help
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Malawian(m): 9:21am On Feb 08
Jones4190:

just to remain you that during this years the yorubas didn't complain of been marginalized, the north central didn't complain of been marginalized. one female minister use over 200m to buy bullet proof car just imagine that happening under bubu adminstration
What do you mean by "Yorubas did not complain"?
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by AfonjaConehead: 9:23am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....

I wonder why sane thinking nairalanders will choose to respond to this empty thrash!!!!
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by jamace(m): 9:24am On Feb 08
Fulani cup don full...The Fulanis have pushed the indigenous people of Nigeria to the wall..

No man in his heart of heart is a coward
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by AfonjaConehead: 9:25am On Feb 08
AmazingELixir:



What has these nonsense you posted got to do with the issue at hand ...by the way Olusegun Aganga is from where , Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, Musiliu Obanikoro, Abduljelili Oyewale Adesiyan, Erelu Olusola Obada, Olajumoke Akinjide, Olugbenga Ashiru etc...are these cabinet members not westerners ..you twist facts to suit your baseless and illogical narrative.

My brother,its such a pity,the kind of people in naija....
Its such a digrace ...
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by SmartPolician: 9:25am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....

Nice point

But let's be clear here: Nigeria has bad leaders all over the place, so it's not peculiar to the Igbos. From the West to the North, South to East, I can give you lots of examples.

People ask for certain leadership position to give them a sense of belonging in their own country, not necessarily that the person who will hold the position will perform magic.

Lastly, Nigeria is a developing country, so our leadership is still evolving. As a result, it is difficult to hold politicians accountable. That's why Buhari can flout the constitution and not get impeached. If Buhari was a US president, they would have removed him from office a long time ago.

Again, your points are valid, but I have given you the answers you seek.

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Iamgrey5(m): 9:25am On Feb 08
SmellingAnus:
Lol... Don't attribute Ameachi's achievement to Osibanjo... It's Ameachi's achievement ...
Amechi achievements?

Was Amechi elected?

Did he also build the Lagos Ibadan express way.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Elsanchez: 9:26am On Feb 08
ruggedtimi:
but finally you said the bitter truth, igbos feel they are marginalised in this country..after hausa Na Igbo, 90% of bank staffs in Nigeria are igbos, 98% of the market space in Nigeria is controlled by the igbos, 90% of investments in South south especially pH are owned by the igbos, their daughter is the only nigerian to have held the post of minister of finance twice under two different presidents, Super eagles team has always being between the igbos and other tribes(kanu, okocha,ighalo, Mikel, Iwobi, chukwueze, etc). Igbos have committed more kidnap/ armed robbery crime in Nigeria. So watin be nnamdi kanu problem, the Military/government are controlled by the north(hausa/fulani), entertainment, economic and sports are controlled by the igbos. 50/50.

My brother, your envy towards the igbo man is real not hidden

All these you have mentioned i.e the Bank staff, nollywood, super eagles are not the igbo man faults

They are born with natural wisdom and strenght.

Say the truth, when okocha or kanu plays football are you not entertained, these are talents that cannot be bought through quota system/nepotism

You also fail to mention that when these people played for Nigeria, the coaches/NFF chairmen are not Igbos but other tribemen who saw potential talent in these young men

Also in nollwoood, Aki and Pawpaw, John Ibu are men with talent

You should bury yourself in shame, after the civil war, the Igboman was given "pennies" to start life afresh

Just to set him back, all he owned previously was rendered null and void

He worked hard and bounced back on his feet and you have the audacity to accuse him of dominating

I guess your tribesmen were asleep when the Igbos bounced back from the effects of the civil war and "dominated".

Igbos have committed more kidnappings.....you may be right sha but we do not hold the "award" for the ritualists, the beheadings, the bunkerers etc

Get my point?

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by LZAA: 9:26am On Feb 08
epondudu:

Seems they control this platform they will turn a blind eye to this writeup. This is a fantastic assertion...#victimmentality#
Seun osewa na igbo name abi?
The particular apc mod here na igbo abi
Control indeed!
Back to that pointless lengthy post you quoted..
Ihejirika was hounded out of the army by northern soldiers who were rejecting postings and were and are committing acts of sabotage
NOI was abused by lagos ibadan press
The funny part is that akinwumi was voted the best minister of the past government yet you lot aren't happy
Smh
Cc imhotep greenback blackking98 afamed

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Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by SmellingAnus(m): 9:28am On Feb 08
Iamgrey5:
Amechi achievements?

Was Amechi elected?

Did he also build the Lagos Ibadan express way.
I am not against Osibanjo, all I am saying is that you shouldn't give someone else's credit to him because you want to defend him
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Paretomaster1(m): 9:28am On Feb 08
Tranquillity360:
Southwest have enough land to accommodate their northern brothers.

We are here watching as things unfold.......
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by Donedeal1: 9:28am On Feb 08
Jones4190:
History

I remember a time in this country when all the six ministers in Jonathan's kitchen cabinet were all Igbo's. Ayim Pius Ayim was SGF, Ngozi Okonjo Iwealla was in charge
finance, Emeka Wogu was in Labour and productivity, Berth
Nnaji was in Power and Energy, Dieziani Madueke was the
powerful minister for oil. The six of them outside the Federal
Executive Council would meet and decide what and what not to be discussed at the larger FEC. Whatever they decided
would eventually be the position of government. In 6 years,
this was the situation. Okiro and Onovo had the police under their control. Ihejerika and later Minimah controlled the Army.
These powerful Igbo's could do and undo. Nigeria was in their pockets. Rather than care about the poor Igbo chaps
scattered all over the country, they were busy diverting billions of naira into their accounts at home and abroad.
The 2nd Niger Bridge, they didn't do. They shared the money. The
Lagos/Calabar rail lines passing through 9 States, 3 of them
in the SE, they were not bothered. They refused to pay the
Chinese the Counter part fund. They shared the money. Enugu/
Onitsha, Aba/PH and other roads of economic importance to
their fellow Igbo's, they abandoned. Who is to blame? Who
Was marginalising the Igbo's that time? You had your chance, you bungled
it.
There was only 1 Yoruba minister worth mentioning at that time, Akinwunmi Adesina. He was in Agric, the yoruba did called or complain of been marginalized. His budget was
less than 1% while Emeka Wogu in Labour had over 10% for
his ministry, Ayim had unlimited access to the treasury for the
benefit of himself and family members. The poor Igbo guys
meant nothing to him. If an Igbo becomes President
tomorrow after bubu, will there be any difference? The
Igbo man will marginalise his fellow Igbo people.....
The post of speaker given to the SW corner was cleverly traded off, Obj himself was embarrassed to the level of"motor park rascals"same with Prof Woke Soyinka, Lagos State was invaded by the ihejiriaka army, etc.The reason we advice Yoruba race to tread with caution on the Fulani menace,if given the opportunity our fellow south neighbor will do10x worsts.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by ruggedtimi(m): 9:29am On Feb 08
Elsanchez:


My brother, your envy towards the igbo man is real not hidden

All these you have mentioned i.e the Bank staff, nollywood, super eagles are not the igbo man faults

They are born with natural wisdom and strenght.

Say the truth, when okocha or kanu plays football are you not entertained, these are talents that cannot be bought through quota system/nepotism

You also fail to mention that when these people played for Nigeria, the coaches/NFF chairmen are not Igbos but other tribemen who saw potential talent in these young men

Also in nollwoood, Aki and Pawpaw, John Ibu are men with talent

You should bury yourself in shame, after the civil war, the Igboman was given "pennies" to start life afresh

Just to set him back, all he owned previously was rendered null and void

He worked hard and bounced back on his feet and you have the audacity to accuse him of dominating

I guess your tribesmen were asleep when the Igbos bounced back from the effects of the civil war and "dominated".

Igbos have committed more kidnappings.....you may be right sha but we do not hold the "award" for the ritualists, the beheadings, the bunkerers etc

Get my point?
lol ..so the fulani/ hausa controlling the military/govt is wat artificial wisdom. You just ignored my point, I have no issue with the Igboman doing well in those aforementioned areas, but why are they feeling marginalised...when the world belongs to them.
Re: Posters Ordering Herdsmen To Vacate Surface In Eleme, Rivers And South East by alasane: 9:30am On Feb 08
Tranquillity360:
Southwest have enough land to accommodate their northern brothers.

IF IGBO SAY THEY WILL SUPPORT YOU WITH ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN A WAR. WATCH YOUR BACK BECAUSE THEY WILL ALL FLEE TO IVORY COAST LIKE OJUKWU AND KANU
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