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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by kponkedenge(m): 9:22am On May 11
LeeSantos:
....Every other region except from the North can thrive on their own. All the facts checks out. There is not one thing the north can boost of, except from good road, and some corporation headquarters that will gladly and quickly relocate to sw, Lagos. Once they country splits.

The greatest mistake is still committing the same mistake. Over the years the northern part have diverted more than half of the country's financial resources and the only thing to show for is the road..

1. No real estate development in the north compared to other region
2. No recreational centre in the north compared to other region.
3. No industry like other region
4. Low contribution to the country's GDP, even lesser than 20%
6. I can go on and on.

THE ONLY THINK THEY'VE KEPT FOR THEMSELVES IS
1. WEAPON. one just think they already know the country splitting is inevitable that the individual, government are stacking weapons.

2. Vulnerable diseases. They have different diseases that I only even discovered seeing someone from the north have it. (I never knew someone can be alive without the skin covering the nose. You can see literally see the throat from the nose region. First and only time I saw that was a northerner. )


The north can never last 5 months on their own.
They have received so many international Help for disaster, diseases, poverty and refugees more than 20times other region.


The North sees violence as the only way to keep Nigeria together.... That's why they have strategically positioned Hausa Fulani to the top of every armed forces in the country.... Their plan is to kill the southerners if they see they want to go.... All the weapons are in their hands.

It's a bad situation we the South have found ourselves in.... I must say.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Ladboy(m): 9:27am On May 11
Holy ghost should consume u and your generation for saying that this zoo country should not divide, ever since the creation of this country that call itself nigeria, is thier anytime anyday that you northaners have agitate for a nation? Just keep quiet and stop focusing on our Godsend crude oil. This zoo country must devide in Jesus Name...
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by emmyN(m): 9:32am On May 11
Chai, this is preposterous. It will never be well with Lord Lugard for merging us with these parasites.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by yewawa: 9:34am On May 11
U no get yourself.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by COMPAQ(m): 9:35am On May 11
Fejoku:
If it is war that will bring the division, then war it is. You are not God to tell us that the evil structure is right. Nigeria isn't the first country to divide. Many better managed and stronger countries have disintegrated before because of differences.
Biafra MUST be free by any means possible.

Mumu! Which war have you fought before?
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by gudugudumeje: 9:40am On May 11
See madding crowd ACF... Nigeria is okay with insecurity ev'where and 1999 fraudulent Constitution thriving failures of institutions of state and failed republic..., LET him and ACF go to hell and get ruined in the throes of insecurity.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by sadiq1985: 9:41am On May 11
more state were created in north because of the rate of inflow of southerners to north searching for destiny a typcal village that you cant imagine you will find igbo milangring and wandering doing cheap business example A D .come to my village with two families houses the next one is an igbo shop selling cgrtt and marijiwana !!!!

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by paSURE(m): 9:44am On May 11
The Northerners don't want to subscribe to secession because our fraudulent constitution imposed on us by their corrupt Ex-Military leaders has sold this country to the North. They control the power and resources of the country by legislation.....Since they prefer to die may God grant their death wish in earnest!

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Guide777(m): 9:47am On May 11
You cant stamp your foot on the rope and be pulling it at the same time. Reason is far from some Northern jaundiced fools. Only equity and justice will save Nigeria now.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Odunayomi247(m): 9:47am On May 11
Theboss100:
I am supporting your comment with the memes below to those idiots Arewa nonsense.

They want war, here it is.

grin grin grin
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by colestephan86: 9:48am On May 11
Fejoku:
If it is war that will bring the division, then war it is. You are not God to tell us that the evil structure is right. Nigeria isn't the first country to divide. Many better managed and stronger countries have disintegrated before because of differences.
Biafra MUST be free by any means possible.
Lol, I'm sure your dad didn't see the war, you should ask your grandfather.
War! War! War! See hin mouth
When Warsaw saw war , they ran not to now talk of you
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by omoluka(m): 9:56am On May 11
Biafra and Oduduwa republic will be achieved peacefully when majority ( at least 70%) in each of this region support it. Enough of this scare tactics
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by domaya21(f): 9:56am On May 11
Even the British that joined the Nigerian zoo separated from Europe. Why on earth can't Nigeria break up when it is obvious Nigeria isnt one country?

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Grgton(m): 10:03am On May 11
Rubbish!! Nobody will take you guys serious because South are not yet ready to leave


You people are just pathetic in thinking
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by phkka1(m): 10:03am On May 11
Marriage is not by force. We are tied of staying together. Go on your own and let us be on our own. Good bye.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by TrueNigerian300: 10:10am On May 11
The foolish warmongers who keep talking about war whenever the unity of the country is question should know that the war will be taken to their doorstep. Now, for those of you scare of war as well I want you to know one thingsl - corruption has killed more people than the civil war and has caused more chaos than the Civil War as well. How? Corruption has led to abject poverty the results are Bokoharam, Bandits, Yahoo-yahoo, using people for rituals, Nigerians dieing in the Sahara desert on their way to Europe etc.What causes this massive corruption? Nigeria belongs to nobody everyone sees it as a piece of national cake.
The roads the politicians refused to fix has killed many people, the hospitals they refused to build many are dead as a result. Just to add are we not presently in a state of war?
The life of an animal in Europe is more valuable than human being in Nigeria this is not exaggeration, animals don't die any how in Europe but people die anyhow in Nigeria.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by saintmm(m): 10:16am On May 11
I'm glad they came out to say this. They are seeing the reality already and are feeling the heat hence, the need to come out and threatening eat as if there has been a time they have not been killing at any slightest opportunity!
The truth on ground is Nigeria nationhood cannot be renegotiated, we have gone beyond that stage. Dissolution of this unholy deal is the tangible reality.
See their deceit again, using a Christian middlebelt man to talk to us as if the middlebelt is still with them!
When they wake up to the reality on ground they would discover they've been on their own for long!







I rise
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Cholison(m): 10:28am On May 11
Injustice and greed for power makes togetherness Impractica ble.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by APOSTLECHUMA: 10:37am On May 11
These blind bats can never see.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by witworth(m): 10:39am On May 11
Nigeria will breakup whether you like it or not, and there's is nothing arewa can do about it, yes there will be war, and it has started already in the east. Anambra election will either not hold or be where the war will burst open finally
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Blackdisciple(m): 10:44am On May 11
So, if anyone is calling for secession, he's calling for war.

What he is trying to say is that anyone calling for secessioning will have to fight a war because the north are ready for war, everyone can see what is going on in Nigeria, all the atrocities and the killing, and how the government is handling things shows the want the war or we should keep mute while bandits , Fulani militia, boko haram/ISWAP keep ravaging communities.

Allah ya isa
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Finewarriboy: 10:47am On May 11
Wait o...

Shebi ona hate Igbo people... Why ona kon dey hold Dem by force ?

I don't understand what they are scared of... Make Nigerian break make every malam carry their kettle go north... Btw, am an urhobo.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by bjdon: 10:58am On May 11
The north can issue all the threats they want. The only thing holding Nigeria together is the disunity in the south. If the SE/SS/SW form a common front and simply declare the amalgamation of 1914 no longer valid, that's the end of the story. The North can't fight the whole south at the same time. Moreso if the South offer to recognise and support a 'Middle belt republic' which will see the North sub divided.
The most urgent task for the south now is to forge unity. Nothing can change history, weather, Zik, Awo, Civil war, all that is history. We must focus on the future and our collective future is at threat from Islamist Fulani Jihadists. They want to do to us what they did to the great Hausa kingdoms. We must unite and resist this together. Once the South is free we can decide weather to stay together or separate into nations but the immediate imperative is to unite against the common enemy.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Tvoice: 10:58am On May 11
Even the north sef is even begging to separate from the north itself because the fulanis has dealt with the housas and dey are regretting , the only two pipo God will purnish is Usman danfodio and lord Luguard , na una no get anything and una no want make we devide , dat devide must ocour, na una still dey do gragra , who no get sense no go ever get sense at all .
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Jaykrown: 10:59am On May 11
Can someone console me now, I can’t just stop crying.��� “..the rest of Africa look up to us” that part alone got me crying uncontrollably.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by christianjoy(m): 11:01am On May 11
If the british is ruling us it could have been better.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Tvoice: 11:02am On May 11
Jaykrown:
Can someone console me now, I can’t just stop crying.��� “..the rest of Africa look up to us” that part alone got me crying uncontrollably.


Who be dis wan sef , abeg come collect bucket jor no be only console .
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by ismodiwa: 11:13am On May 11
You making it look as if we are begging the south to stay.
Please you all can leave in peace, enough of the nagging..
I really don't understand why the feel like an integral part of this country..
Make una go abeg
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by calcal: 11:14am On May 11
He is threatening us with war in this 21st century. The British won't support them and America already said NO.

SW, SE, SS, Benue are ready to go then how can they win the war?
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by jeliliadedoja1: 11:16am On May 11
Let the north continue to mass produce untrained children and use trucks to export them to south in their thousands everyday with the mission to overrun the southern and positioned their elite in all strategic position in the military, Police, Federal ministries and agencies, customs, immigration and so on. Buhari can pretends he doesn't know Fulani herdsmen are killing ,raping ,Kidnapping innocent people across Benue, Taraba and the whole southern states yet you want these people to remain your slaves forever .Fulani extractions from Niger, Mali, Chad, Senegal ,Central Africa Republic ,Libya can enter through borders without fulfilling immigration protocols to detriment of the whole country and continue Uthman Dan Fodio conquest of 1804. Behold this 21 Century all those kites flown in the yesteryears won't work ,southern are not subordinate to Fulani no matter what.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Oju4190: 11:23am On May 11
Nigeria... A country where the illiterates control the literates

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