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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by CioAngels(f): 11:26am On May 11
You are very right, there is nothing wrong in the extant in the country that's says it only the Fulani that should grace all the government offices. Also, nothing wrong in asking the Fulani terrorist to kill indigenous Nigerians. There is nothing wrong in seeing white but chose to call it black. People never thought that the fulanis will come this bad.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by jeliliadedoja1: 11:26am On May 11
He who goes to equity comes with clean hands the Fulani has for over hundred years play games with politics of these country and seem to be getting away with it. These is not just happening double standard in 1983 Ambrose ALI, Adekunle Ajasin, Bola Ige, Lateef Ajakande and many other prominent politician where sentence to various jail term how many Fulani extraction then were sentenced. If anybody want to divide this country it's Buhari and no one else.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Godswrath(m): 11:51am On May 11
Look at this shenanigan talking, who seek your opinion in the first place.
May Devil punish Luggard in hell fire for bringing us with this idiots in the northern.
I don't blame you northern fools, I only blame luggard for this nonsense in this zoogeria contraction.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Tecno66: 12:04pm On May 11
Insecurity:


http://saharareporters.com/2021/05/10/why-north-does-not-want-nigeria-break-%E2%80%94-arewa-consultative-forum
They wont let go because they know what they are gaining from the resourses from the south. They will rather go to war than let go.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by donprinyo(m): 12:08pm On May 11
I only blame the yoruba for allowing Muslims in their region.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by musicwriter(m): 12:14pm On May 11
VanDerWaalforces:
Hmmm! This sounds like a treat, unfortunately we are not cowards. Anyway, It's either we restructure or the system would restructure itself. There is nothing anybody can do about it.

Very correct brother.

Indeed, the system is already restructuring itself and that's because nature would always return to itself. As you rightly said "there's nothing anybody can do about it". What we even need to fasten the process is leaders like Buhari and the sort of statement issued by ethnic supremacists like El-Rufai and his Arewa group. All we need is for the North to maintain this attitude of placidly and primitivity instead of embracing the reality on ground, and the country will split on it's own. The split is already in process!!. They don't even know it!!

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by CioAngels(f): 12:15pm On May 11
You are very right, there is nothing wrong in the extant in the country that's says its only the Fulanis that should grace all the government offices. Also, nothing wrong in asking the Fulani terrorist to kill indigenous Nigerians. There is nothing wrong in seeing white but chose to call it black. People never thought that the fulanis will come this bad. Nigerians stands alone, but you people seems to have many countries in support of you people. Like Patience Jonathan would say""There is God""there will always be God, who never changes, because He is not human.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by abuhari: 12:18pm On May 11
We are so much happy let its break into pieces. I believed we will survive.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by LLMG: 12:39pm On May 11
that status quo too will change as it will no longer be maintained and power will shift too
Grace001:


Of course you can’t see anything wrong with the structure, when the fraudulent constitution favorably placed the parasite northern region over the south region.

Buhari achieved his goal by making sure that 85% power and resource control is in the hand of northerners.

Northerners will do everything to maintain the status quo, any individual or group who try to change it will be killed and jailed by army and police controlled by northerners

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Dminister(m): 12:53pm On May 11
The real Nigeria is the southern part. Talk about west, south and east. The north is nothing so they think war threats and stock piling weapons is the only way to keep the country together. They don't know large number of small and light weapons are in the south. Let the war start first if the north will ever remain there.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by CioAngels(f): 1:00pm 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.

List of what the North does not have. It is only in the West, Lagos, that has all you mentioned, don't have in the North. Other states does not have, even the road you mentioned they have, the South does not have because their governors are hardened thieves. I would have thought you say, North spent time thinking on how to put methodology in place to Islamaize, fulanize and conquers Nigerian, while the teeming youth are there brainwashed while their children are in the best schools abroad. Their only issue is to overrun Nigeria which the money mongers of the South are helping them to achieve.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by EMMY76: 1:05pm On May 11
Let the northern elites continue boasting and deceiving themselves about the indivisibility of
one nigeria more powerful countries like the USSR have all disintegrated not to talk of a weak disorganized nigeria. The ethnic groups still holding nigeria together are the confused scared minorities in the south south, the middle belt and the yorubas any day they decides otherwise I don't see how the hausa/fulanis can be able to stop nigeria's disintegration.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by onuman: 1:08pm On May 11
“Don’t you know that sharia criminal laws in the north can lead to break up of Nigeria before long?” —— BBC asked Sani Yerima.

The most annoying thing with this spokesperson, Emmanuel Yawe, is that he does not understand that 12 northern sharia states started the disintegration process of Nigeria when the political and religious leaders of the 12 sharia states adopted unconstitutional Islamic Sharia criminal justice system.
If Emmanuel can go and rewind a BBC documentary during the crisis that erupted in the north because of the sharia criminal laws adopted in the 12 states, he will see in the video a BBC female Reporter asking Ahmed Sani Yerima who brought Sharia criminal justice system to the north, if Yerima did not understand that use of sharia laws in the north could lead to break up of Nigeria.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by jessedaflow: 1:22pm On May 11
It will be a thing of shame to many,if this country later, finally divide. You want one nigeria but despises both ibo and yoruba man..vice versa.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Coronabirus(m): 1:31pm On May 11
FreeIgbos:
Desperados, you think others in the South and middle belt will mugu forever? Nonsense, you all should wake up and smell the coffee because Nigeria is gone! The country is already broken up irreversibly!!
Speak for urself not others. You can't surreptitiously hate Islam in disguise of freedom fight & expect to align well with all Southern states, this is purely fake southern unity. States of Nigeria which are generally referred to as belonging to the Middle Belt are: old Plateau (now Plateau and Nasarawa), old Gongola (now Adamawa and Taraba), Niger, Kwara, Kogi, Benue, the Federal Capital Territory, alongside Southern Kaduna, Southern Bauchi, Southern Kebbi, Southern Gombe, Southern Yobe State.
https://www.google.com/url?q=https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_Belt&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwiHocTRzsHwAhWQoBQKHQyADdAQFnoECAYQAg&usg=AOvVaw0fJ5Q2IpIgX-sWgUqJGxMT
Therefore, this trick initiated on pulpits will hardly work considering the complexity of the so called middlebelt u want play ethno-religious card to get what u want.
Fight for urself if u can!
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Jsaviour(f): 1:32pm On May 11
Nigeria can divide peacefully without war. Why are the north against division? Ohh.. I forgot that they are parasites.

They are the only ones benefiting from these useless country that doesn't value human life. No wonder he said "relatively okay the way it is".

So a failed nation like Nigeria is okay?

No wonder people say the north doesn't deserve to share a space with the South.

A nation ravaged by hunger, insecurity, lack of value for human life, bokoharam, banditry beheading and kidnapping is OKAY?

Who did we offend to be joined with the north?
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Sammerboi: 1:35pm On May 11
Imagine the effrontery lol. Like we live to go to war before the country can be separated, like seriously ACF? You called Igbos All sort of names but you still wanna be in the same country with them. Is this not madness
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by AfonjaConehead: 1:36pm On May 11
Thunda fire all of them....bastards. as if the country ain't at war already
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by lokho(m): 1:39pm 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.


Lots of beggars

Terrorists

Unethical superior believes
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:42pm 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.

yet when they have crisis it is you I'm the south that go hungry (tomatoes, onions, beans, maize)

The North will be fine

It is govt officials that will lose easy loot

Oil is just 12 % of GDP
And it is all govt looting
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by saintrow1: 1:45pm On May 11
Built2last:
Nigeria will split
Amen
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by naicaey: 2:07pm On May 11
It's bound to happen

Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by LeeSantos(m): 2:09pm On May 11
MIKOLOWISKA:
yet when they have crisis it is you I'm the south that go hungry (tomatoes, onions, beans, maize)

The North will be fine

It is govt officials that will lose easy loot

Oil is just 12 % of GDP
And it is all govt looting


Can you feed in this for more than a year?

All you mention above can be planted anywhere thank to technology.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by dragunov: 2:11pm On May 11
Grace001:


Of course you can’t see anything wrong with the structure, when the fraudulent constitution favorably placed the parasite northern region over the south region.

Buhari achieved his goal by making sure that 85% power and resource control is in the hand of northerners.

Northerners will do everything to maintain the status quo, any individual or group who try to change it will be killed and jailed by army and police controlled by northerners


That is the reason why the contraption is gone. In the spirit realm, it has already happened. There are some limits you don't cross otherwise the heavens will get angry. Buhari and his people have crossed the limit. I tell you, that man is more evil than Babangida. His wisdom is purely demonic. However, every wise person knows that when something is settled in the spirit realm, it manifests in the physical.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by dragunov: 2:12pm On May 11
LeeSantos:


Can you feed in this for more than a year?

All you mention above can be planted anywhere thank to technology.

Bros, there is no need for technology to farm in the South. What is needed is peace of mind and funds.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by vRendoh(m): 2:16pm On May 11
"We in the North ".... where the North? The Middle belt and the other tribes in the North are better informed now. They don't have anything existing to defend
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by chaloskyx: 2:40pm On May 11
I PROPOSE 1 THING SPLIT THE COUNTRY IN 3 BUILD 3 OIL PIPELINES ONE TO NORTH EAST AND WEST LETS SHARE THE CRUDE AMONG OURSELVES AND LETS SEE WHO WOULD THRIVE AND WHO WOULD FALL

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Grace001: 4:11pm On May 11
dragunov:


That is the reason why the contraption is gone. In the spirit realm, it has already happened. There are some limits you don't cross otherwise the heavens will get angry. Buhari and his people have crossed the limit. I tell you, that man is more evil than Babangida. His wisdom is purely demonic. However, every wise person knows that when something is settled in the spirit realm, it manifests in the physical.

You can say that again, the spirit controls the physical

The unity and peace is gone in Nigeria, all they can do is temporary sustain by force
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by dragunov: 4:46pm On May 11
Grace001:


You can say that again, the spirit controls the physical

The unity and peace is gone in Nigeria, all they can do is temporary sustain by force

Yes ooo. And by that forceful sustainance they are further worsening the case.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Grace001: 5:10pm On May 11
dragunov:


Yes ooo. And by that forceful sustainance they are further worsening the case.

Of course more agitators will arise and the problem continue.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by IMASTEX: 5:11pm On May 11
adedehinbo:
The reason hausas will fight with their last blood is because they know it won't favor them at all should Nigeria break up,they are pained and that's why they threatened war,I am amazed at their reserved attitudes these days, hausas we know fight over stupid things but now despite the killing of them in different part of the country they still remain peaceful, sincerely speaking should Nigeria break up,walahi humanitarian crises will be on the high side in that region,an average hausas will do everything to migrate illegally to the west or east,the heat will be too much for them
The North can't survive a month on their own. The elite among them who are parasite knows this fact, hence the fear of separation. They can't even survive resource control and true federalism let alone full separation. Every business has asset & liability, those that amalgamated Nigeria may have used that as the excuse. They forgot that too much liability over asset the company dies. North blend more with Niger republic.

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