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Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Rosskiiku: 9:27pm On Apr 07
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What some of us elders can see sitting down, you youths of today cannot see standing from the tallest Iroko tree.


The Biafran war was a massive conflict.

2 million Igbos lost their lives.

There was mass starvation of Igbo people. Many also died of malnutrition and kwashiorkor.

If you think this did not happen on a large scale, go to every Igbo village and ask them where their civil war dead are buried, and they will show you. And I mean EVERY village.

All you youths shouting 'Biafra Biafra' need to cool down and research what happened the last time.

It was very terrible for the Igbos. They suffered greatly.

Virtually the entire world stood against Biafra and supported Nigeria.

Biafra was blockaded, by sea, land, and air. Nothing could come in or go out, for years.

Igbos were forced to eat anything that moved including cockroaches.

Cannibalism grew.

You honestly do not want a repeat of what happened back then.

The sad thing is that this twitter, SUV, smartphone, instagram generation is far, far, far, far, far, far less able to deal with such hardships than the 60s generation, if their reoccur.

Nnamdi Kanu to me, is an agent of people who want to destroy Igbos again, as they have become the most prosperous ethnic group on the continent, and therefore, must be cut down.

He could be an international agent.

He is in London stirring up trouble, and now the East is becoming a battle ground for federal troops.

In 3 years time, it could be ''worse than Syria'' just like Kanu promised.

Igbos, is THAT what you REALLY want for your region?

Igboland, the land of multi-million dollar village mansions, festivities, industries, factories, and fine, fast developing cities, turned to... SYRIA?

If not, get rid of Nnamdi Kanu, or that is exactly what you will get.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by BigSarah(f): 9:30pm On Apr 07
MNK can easily be discarded but not the Biafran dream.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by cheruv: 9:31pm On Apr 07
Threatening the Empire of Great Igbo has never worked and won't work.
Try it and see Nigeria burnt down faster than can be imagined. 1967 has come and gone... Now is 2021 and the conditions are very different.
Do anyhow and see Abuja burnt down to the ground!

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Henrydonland(m): 9:33pm On Apr 07
My thoughts too, Igbos are not ready for a war now even the whole of naija can't stand it.


I don't know how people can be loyal or should I call it gullible and ignorant to follow someone who sends directives from abroad and is safe there while those doing his biddings have to be careful for their lives.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Rosskiiku: 9:33pm On Apr 07
cheruv:
Threatening the Empire of Great Igbo has never worked and won't work.
Try it and see Nigeria burnt down faster than can be imagined. 1967 has come and gone... Now is 2021 and the conditions are very different.
Do anyhow and see Abuja burnt down to the ground!

We've heard this all before.

''No power in black Africa can subdue Biafra''.

- Col. Emeka Ojukwu, shortly before the start of the Biafran war, 1967.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by BigSarah(f): 9:34pm On Apr 07
cheruv:
Threatening the Empire of Great Igbo has never worked and won't work.
Try it and see Nigeria burnt down faster than can be imagined. 1967 has come and gone... Now is 2021 and the conditions are very different.
Do anyhow and see Abuja burnt down to the ground!

FG has infiltrated social media releasing violent statements that seem Pro-ipob but MNK is too dull to realise... No reasonable Person wants violence

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by BiafIntel: 9:36pm On Apr 07
MAY THUNDER FIRE YOU THE OP. MAY YOU DIE A SLOW DEATH. IDIOT FULANI ONE NIGERIA SLAVE. MAY VULTURES EAT YOUR DEAD ROTTEN CORPSE.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by BiafIntel: 9:38pm On Apr 07
BigSarah:
MNK can easily be discarded but not the Biafran dream.
Go and discard him you fool. Easier said than done. Go and try. All of you idiots have suddenly become afraid. Where is your python dance? slowpoke one nigerianists.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Christistruth00: 9:38pm On Apr 07
Rosskiiku:


We've heard this all before.

''No power in black Africa can subdue Biafra''.

- Col. Emeka Ojukwu, shortly before the start of the Biafran war, 1967.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAKkC8Yi5UY

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by NATIONALPASTOR: 9:40pm On Apr 07
Op, you're deranged and needs treatment.

Why won't you yologbas mind your business?

Go and suggest this to tinubu and sandy ibohu, Igbo's don't need you people.

Igbo's are highly active people and not keypad worriors like you.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Nigeriabiafra82: 9:41pm On Apr 07
Your plans exposed

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by OdumegwuOjukwu: 9:44pm On Apr 07
Henrydonland:
My thoughts too, Igbos are not ready for a war now even the whole of naija can't stand it.


I don't know how people can be loyal or should I call it gullible and ignorant to follow someone who sends directives from abroad and is safe there while those doing his biddings have to be careful for their lives.

The last paragraph refers to King Bubu right?

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by ZZ22: 9:44pm On Apr 07
Fulani terrorists have been killing and taking over peoples land but they are not the problem of this country, the problem of this country is one man called Nnamdi Kanu who has not let the Fulani terrorists have their way as they planned. You moslim taquya terrorists don't know what your up against. Come and take Igboland let's see. Bastardos

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Chigboboss: 9:44pm On Apr 07
Nnamdi Kanu means nothing but destruction for Igboland.

The most annoying thing is that he is there sitting safely in London while putting hardworking igbos here at home through unnecessary risk, tension and harm.

Nnamdi must be discarded by all hardworking, sensible igbos.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Chigboboss: 9:46pm On Apr 07
I just hope it won't be too late when we decide to act cry cry
Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Christistruth00: 9:47pm On Apr 07
Henrydonland:
My thoughts too, Igbos are not ready for a war now even the whole of naija can't stand it.


I don't know how people can be loyal or should I call it gullible and ignorant to follow someone who sends directives from abroad and is safe there while those doing his biddings have to be careful for their lives.


Igbos are not even willing to relocate from Lagos , Kano and Abuja not to talk of going to War with Nigeria

The Igbos of 1967 relocated back to the East, but from the look of things on ground today’s Igbos are not ready to go anywhere not to talk of fighting a War.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Henrydonland(m): 9:48pm On Apr 07
OdumegwuOjukwu:


The last paragraph refers to King Bubu right?

Both bubu and cownu are the same, they want nigerians to be at their Beck and call.
Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by meccuno: 9:50pm On Apr 07
Rosskiiku:
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What some of us elders can see sitting down, you youths of today cannot see standing from the tallest Iroko tree.


The Biafran war was a massive conflict.

2 million Igbos lost their lives.

There was mass starvation of Igbo people. Many also died of malnutrition and kwashiorkor.

If you think this did not happen on a large scale, go to every Igbo village and ask them where their civil war dead are buried, and they will show you. And I mean EVERY village.

All you youths shouting 'Biafra Biafra' need to cool down and research what happened the last time.

It was very terrible for the Igbos. They suffered greatly.

Virtually the entire world stood against Biafra and supported Nigeria.

Biafra was blockaded, by sea, land, and air. Nothing could come in or go out, for years.

Igbos were forced to eat anything that moved including cockroaches.

Cannibalism grew.

You honestly do not want a repeat of what happened back then.

The sad thing is that this twitter, SUV, smartphone, instagram generation is far, far, far, far, far, far less able to deal with such hardships than the 60s generation, if their reoccur.

Nnamdi Kanu to me, is an agent of people who want to destroy Igbos again, as they have become the most prosperous ethnic group on the continent, and therefore, must be cut down.

He could be an international agent.

He is in London stirring up trouble, and now the East is becoming a battle ground for federal troops.

In 3 years time, it could be ''worse than Syria'' just like Kanu promised.

Igbos, is THAT what you REALLY want for your region?

Igboland, the land of multi-million dollar village mansions, multiple festivities, and fine, fast developing cities, turned to... SYRIA?

If not, get rid of Nnamdi Kanu, or that is exactly what you will get.










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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by bosco2017: 9:51pm On Apr 07
You have to abandon your parents first before we can abandon Mnk


God bless Mnk . He is our saviour.
With out Mnk our land would have been taken by fulani supporter of APC

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by gidgiddy: 9:51pm On Apr 07
Rosskiiku:
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What some of us elders can see sitting down, you youths of today cannot see standing from the tallest Iroko tree.


The Biafran war was a massive conflict.

2 million Igbos lost their lives.

There was mass starvation of Igbo people. Many also died of malnutrition and kwashiorkor.

If you think this did not happen on a large scale, go to every Igbo village and ask them where their civil war dead are buried, and they will show you. And I mean EVERY village.

All you youths shouting 'Biafra Biafra' need to cool down and research what happened the last time.

It was very terrible for the Igbos. They suffered greatly.

Virtually the entire world stood against Biafra and supported Nigeria.

Biafra was blockaded, by sea, land, and air. Nothing could come in or go out, for years.

Igbos were forced to eat anything that moved including cockroaches.

Cannibalism grew.

You honestly do not want a repeat of what happened back then.

The sad thing is that this twitter, SUV, smartphone, instagram generation is far, far, far, far, far, far less able to deal with such hardships than the 60s generation, if their reoccur.

Nnamdi Kanu to me, is an agent of people who want to destroy Igbos again, as they have become the most prosperous ethnic group on the continent, and therefore, must be cut down.

He could be an international agent.

He is in London stirring up trouble, and now the East is becoming a battle ground for federal troops.

In 3 years time, it could be ''worse than Syria'' just like Kanu promised.

Igbos, is THAT what you REALLY want for your region?

Igboland, the land of multi-million dollar village mansions, multiple festivities, and fine, fast developing cities, turned to... SYRIA?

If not, get rid of Nnamdi Kanu, or that is exactly what you will get.












Not likely to happen. Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB and Biafra are not the problem, there would have been no Kanu, IPOB or Biafra if Nigeria had worked as a nation

The real issue is that Nigeria is failed country and most Igbos will always see Biafra and Kanu as the more attractive option

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Henrydonland(m): 9:52pm On Apr 07
ZZ22:
Fulani terrorists have been killing and taking over peoples land but they are not the problem of this country, the problem of this country is one man called Nnamdi Kanu who has not let the Fulani terrorists have their way as they planned. You moslim taquya terrorists don't know what your up against. Come and take Igboland let's see. Bastardos



Do not be decieved, the man knows what he is doing he does not really care for the Igbos.

If he gets the power like he wanted, how sure are you that he would not rule the new Biafra nation with an iron fist and those who supported will start wailing.
Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by optionalY09: 9:52pm On Apr 07
Becareful so that Nnamdi Kanu issue wont run you mad

give him Biafra and see it he’ll ever remember Buhari’s name ever

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Christistruth00: 9:55pm On Apr 07
optionalY09:
Becarefulsi that Nnamdi Kanu issue won run you mad

give him Biafra and see it he’ll every remember Buhari’s name ever

Have you relocated your People and Property back to the East yet ?

Until then you are only Chestbeating

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by owobokiri(m): 9:55pm On Apr 07
Rosskiiku:


We've heard this all before.

''No power in black Africa can subdue Biafra''.

- Col. Emeka Ojukwu, shortly before the start of the Biafran war, 1967.
And he was/is right...
Biafra is still here. Many years after..
No power in the world can subdue that..

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by optionalY09: 9:58pm On Apr 07
Christistruth00:


Have you relocated your People and Property back to the East yet ?

Until then you are only Chestbeating

Shut the fvck, how low can you get just for 30k, I see some of you have just resumed

Mad people everywhere

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by limeta(f): 9:58pm On Apr 07
Abandon kanu embrace fulani herdsmen
Op e no go better for you

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by chrisxxx(m): 9:58pm On Apr 07
Op. My dad told me that Every threat to existence is a threat to peace.
1967 everyone in Nigeria fought against the Igbos particularly South South who saw themselves as being internally colonized by the Igbos.
Nigerians have come to realize that they fought Fulani war.
It is a war won by Nigerians that has Fulanis alone going home with the bounty.
The present contention in case you don't know is that the Fulanis to equitably distribute the bounties.
They have refused and have sworn with their minority disadvantage to hold on to it to the end of the world.
Yorubas are no longer ready to fight Fulani war. Neither is the warriors of the middle belt nor is the courageous men of the ijaw nationality.
It is either the wealth of Nigeria is equitably distributed or we go our different ways.
Did you know that iG of police for three consecutive periods are all Fulanis?
I can't mention all.
Do you know there is no jobless Fulani graduate?

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Rosskiiku: 9:59pm On Apr 07
Christistruth00:



Igbos are not even willing to relocate from Lagos , Kano and Abuja not to talk of going to War with Nigeria

The Igbos of 1967 relocated back to the East, but from the look of things on ground today’s Igbos are not ready to go anywhere not to talk of fighting a War.

Where can they go? Millions of Igbo kids today can't even speak Igbo.

They've grown up in other parts of Nigeria, do not hate Nigeria or want to leave their current abodes.

The country is so integrated, far more so than in the 1960s, that the idea of secession just looks like madness.

What will happen to all those Igbo traders in Alaba, Lagos? In Kano and other places? They will all be deported to the East by a furious Nigeria, or given the 'Ghana treatment', with each trader required to pay 1 million dollars to trade.

It will NOT be business as usual.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by History555: 9:59pm On Apr 07
Rosskiiku:
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What some of us elders can see sitting down, you youths of today cannot see standing from the tallest Iroko tree.


The Biafran war was a massive conflict.

2 million Igbos lost their lives.

There was mass starvation of Igbo people. Many also died of malnutrition and kwashiorkor.

If you think this did not happen on a large scale, go to every Igbo village and ask them where their civil war dead are buried, and they will show you. And I mean EVERY village.

All you youths shouting 'Biafra Biafra' need to cool down and research what happened the last time.

It was very terrible for the Igbos. They suffered greatly.

Virtually the entire world stood against Biafra and supported Nigeria.

Biafra was blockaded, by sea, land, and air. Nothing could come in or go out, for years.

Igbos were forced to eat anything that moved including cockroaches.

Cannibalism grew.

You honestly do not want a repeat of what happened back then.

The sad thing is that this twitter, SUV, smartphone, instagram generation is far, far, far, far, far, far less able to deal with such hardships than the 60s generation, if their reoccur.

Nnamdi Kanu to me, is an agent of people who want to destroy Igbos again, as they have become the most prosperous ethnic group on the continent, and therefore, must be cut down.

He could be an international agent.

He is in London stirring up trouble, and now the East is becoming a battle ground for federal troops.

In 3 years time, it could be ''worse than Syria'' just like Kanu promised.

Igbos, is THAT what you REALLY want for your region?

Igboland, the land of multi-million dollar village mansions, festivities, industries, factories, and fine, fast developing cities, turned to... SYRIA?

If not, get rid of Nnamdi Kanu, or that is exactly what you will get.











I will take you serious the day you write on the atrocities of herdsmen, the kidnapping on highways, the fact 2 months after garba shehu says police will release names of fulani criminals facing trial in prison, no names have been released.

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by ZZ22: 9:59pm On Apr 07
Henrydonland:




Do not be decieved, the man knows what he is doing he does not really care for the Igbos.

If he gets the power like he wanted, how sure are you that he would not rule the new Biafra nation with an iron fist and those who supported will start wailing.
oya take your no. Terrorist no 1. Other terrorists come forward at my mention

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Re: Dear Igbos - It Is Time To Abandon Nnamdi Kanu by Obdk: 10:00pm On Apr 07
Henrydonland:




Do not be decieved, the man knows what he is doing he does not really care for the Igbos.

If he gets the power like he wanted, how sure are you that he would not rule the new Biafra nation with an iron fist and those who supported will start wailing.
how does how Biafra it governed concern you as a yoruba..
Shameless unity beggars..

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