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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by MoIbrahim: 6:09pm On May 31
Rather, the least unsafe
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by dragunov: 6:17pm On May 31
LegendHero:


I don’t buy the B***t from Garuba and we SW’ners understand the game play of the Northerners.

Currently we are the bride that the Igbos and Northerners are trying to court because we are the only card needed by both side to tilt this in their favor and I will explain.

—Nigeria military is currently weak and have been fighting on all fronts. Bandits, Boko Haram, Unknown Gunmen, and etc.

—Nnamdi Kanu already took the step of making it red in the SE, thinking the FG will come and bargain and he can hold them down by burning everything down.

—While that approach may be good, it is not foolproof.
Firstly, the SE as a region is not that important to Nigeria revenue and that’s a fact. The SS have the crude oil installations and if they start blowing pipes and burning everything down, the FG won’t have a choice than to come to bargain.
Secondly, Lagos is another revenue source for Nigeria and the seaports and taxes is a big source to the FG including that Ogun border. If the Yorubas start blowing up the seaports and Lagos airports in uprisings, the FG will come to bargain.

—Also the FG cannot fight a combined South and win easily so they are being careful. That is exactly why they won’t invade Yorubaland when Igboho did Oduduwa rallies coupled with the fact that our governors still have some leadership in them compared to the SE governors.

—Hence based on the above, without the necessary alliance from both the South South militants and the Yoruba extreme radicals, Nnamdi Kanu approach will only bring killings without path to success because SE going up in flames doesn’t affect Nigeria revenue and business can still continue. FG can kill thousands with back and forth win and loses on both side but status quo will still remain. Just count the number of casualties on both side since these UGM started and those deaths we don’t even hear of online.

—I think Kanu also know of the need for this alliance which explained why he has been courting the Oduduwa agitators and looking for Yoruba friendship.

—Also SE governor are useless and have projected themselves as powerless in all this. They don’t have enough courage to tell the FG to stop and don’t have the popularity to weaken Keanu’s influence too so they just left everything to fate.

—Now this is what is still sketchy, can Sunday Igboho heed the call and go militant like ESN? Will he be able to pull that stunt among the Yorubas that are not dogmatic? How long can he burn installations to retain the Yoruba’s loyalty and uncommon sense? Will it be possible looking at the fact that the SW populations doesn’t have that much resentment as a block like the SE’ners have due to the sentiment of Biafra?

Finally, there is one thing I know that I’m 99% sure of. If all these eventually lead to an unexpected war, the Yorubas will not fight on the side of the Northerners.

I’ll just watch as things unfold!

Well the Yorubas are already in sync with Biafra. Going by your analysis, if the SE has no economic value, why is the North clinging desperately to keep them in?
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by KoshCAD: 6:36pm On May 31
Anambra1stSon:

Lagos is only safe to hypocritical tribe, you cover the rot in your region to attack Igbos

read from BBC

https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-56909067
Why won't they mention Lagos, do they know any southeast state exist?
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by Sipsum: 6:55pm On May 31
Sirjamo:
Cownu cannot bring his madness to Lagos.

Any Ipob terrorist caught in Lagos will be thrown into the lagoon.

Ko ju be lo.
Whoever wants to go down should go alone.
Ño need dragging others down.

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by Sipsum: 7:01pm On May 31
Peace2allmen:


You made a lot sense . Refreshing to see people analyse issues without insult. However, on the issue of revenue, I beg to differ slightly, SE is still very much important in revenue generation, abet not like Lagos or SS as you said. Another civil war will definitely lead to disintegration of Nigeria and I think that’s what Kanu wants. I don’t think he is asking Yorubas to join in per se, I think he just wants you to stay neutral in all these.

No wahala, SW will no longer be part of Nigeria and so Igbos shouldn't use Nigeria as an excuse to remain in SW.
Yorubas are ready to escort Igbos out of SW, but if Nnamdi Kanu try Ojuiku formula with us, that one go be another 2 million sushis.

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by Sipsum: 7:14pm On May 31
elijahkayode:



Am shocked & sad when we the ingenious people of this country have come to the realisation that d Federal Government in its current state can kill it's citizens and be comfortable in their BLOOD

But the Evil (terrorists) men in power should remember
Adonai said to Kayin, “Where is Abel your brother?” And he replied, “I don’t know; am I my brother’s guardian?” He said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s BLOOD is crying out to me from the ground! Now you are cursed from the ground, which has opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood at your hands.

We Yoruba actually love the North because we felt they fear God almighty but now Isreal has shown to us terrorists must be dealt with
Think of it they want our Fathers land for their cows so they have been killing us for a decade now
How long must we suffer this great evil all because of Cow
The jokes on us man if we can't come together to protect our culture & heritage

The bloods are crying out but first We Yoruba must acknowledge & seek forgiveness for our path in that brutal civil genocide called war then we can separate from that evil blood sucking spirit ushered forth in the north

You mean Yoruba should have played olori buruku to nsi ilekun fun ole, by allowing Biafran army to shoot their way into SW?.
Our story would have been like that of Palestine or Tibet.
Okay, why not start practicing what you preach, by opening your door to armed robbers?
Do this for a start mr goody goody.

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by donprinyo(m): 7:32pm On May 31
Divide and rule strategies. Are yorubas still dumb?
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by DonroxyII: 7:35pm On May 31
LegendHero:


I don’t buy the B***t from Garuba and we SW’ners understand the game play of the Northerners.

Currently we are the bride that the Igbos and Northerners are trying to court because we are the only card needed by both side to tilt this in their favor and I will explain.

—Nigeria military is currently weak and have been fighting on all fronts. Bandits, Boko Haram, Unknown Gunmen, and etc.

—Nnamdi Kanu already took the step of making it red in the SE, thinking the FG will come and bargain and he can hold them down by burning everything down.

—While that approach may be good, it is not foolproof.
Firstly, the SE as a region is not that important to Nigeria revenue and that’s a fact. The SS have the crude oil installations and if they start blowing pipes and burning everything down, the FG won’t have a choice than to come to bargain.
Secondly, Lagos is another revenue source for Nigeria and the seaports and taxes is a big source to the FG including that Ogun border. If the Yorubas start blowing up the seaports and Lagos airports in uprisings, the FG will come to bargain.

—Also the FG cannot fight a combined South and win easily so they are being careful. That is exactly why they won’t invade Yorubaland when Igboho did Oduduwa rallies coupled with the fact that our governors still have some leadership in them compared to the SE governors.

—Hence based on the above, without the necessary alliance from both the South South militants and the Yoruba extreme radicals, Nnamdi Kanu approach will only bring killings without path to success because SE going up in flames doesn’t affect Nigeria revenue and business can still continue. FG can kill thousands with back and forth win and loses on both side but status quo will still remain. Just count the number of casualties on both side since these UGM started and those deaths we don’t even hear of online.

—I think Kanu also know of the need for this alliance which explained why he has been courting the Oduduwa agitators and looking for Yoruba friendship.

—Also SE governor are useless and have projected themselves as powerless in all this. They don’t have enough courage to tell the FG to stop and don’t have the popularity to weaken Keanu’s influence too so they just left everything to fate.

—Now this is what is still sketchy, can Sunday Igboho heed the call and go militant like ESN? Will he be able to pull that stunt among the Yorubas that are not dogmatic? How long can he burn installations to retain the Yoruba’s loyalty and uncommon sense? Will it be possible looking at the fact that the SW populations doesn’t have that much resentment as a block like the SE’ners have due to the sentiment of Biafra?

Finally, there is one thing I know that I’m 99% sure of. If all these eventually lead to an unexpected war, the Yorubas will not fight on the side of the Northerners.

I’ll just watch as things unfold!
Greater Analysis... Capture all my mindset!!

The Southwest must allow God, Oduduwa, Oranmiyan, Obatala, Oya, Sango and Ogun to guide and Guard them in all this Imbroglio.....

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by DonroxyII: 7:41pm On May 31
Peace2allmen:


You made a lot sense . Refreshing to see people analyse issues without insult. However, on the issue of revenue, I beg to differ slightly, SE is still very much important in revenue generation, abet not like Lagos or SS as you said. Another civil war will definitely lead to disintegration of Nigeria and I think that’s what Kanu wants. I don’t think he is asking Yorubas to join in per se, I think he just wants you to stay neutral in all these.
I don't see Yorubas Staying Neutral in any Nigerian Civil war both then or now ...
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by nisai: 7:52pm On May 31
LegendHero:


I don’t buy the B***t from Garuba and we SW’ners understand the game play of the Northerners.

Currently we are the bride that the Igbos and Northerners are trying to court because we are the only card needed by both side to tilt this in their favor and I will explain.

—Nigeria military is currently weak and have been fighting on all fronts. Bandits, Boko Haram, Unknown Gunmen, and etc.

—Nnamdi Kanu already took the step of making it red in the SE, thinking the FG will come and bargain and he can hold them down by burning everything down.

—While that approach may be good, it is not foolproof.
Firstly, the SE as a region is not that important to Nigeria revenue and that’s a fact. The SS have the crude oil installations and if they start blowing pipes and burning everything down, the FG won’t have a choice than to come to bargain.
Secondly, Lagos is another revenue source for Nigeria and the seaports and taxes is a big source to the FG including that Ogun border. If the Yorubas start blowing up the seaports and Lagos airports in uprisings, the FG will come to bargain.

—Also the FG cannot fight a combined South and win easily so they are being careful. That is exactly why they won’t invade Yorubaland when Igboho did Oduduwa rallies coupled with the fact that our governors still have some leadership in them compared to the SE governors.

—Hence based on the above, without the necessary alliance from both the South South militants and the Yoruba extreme radicals, Nnamdi Kanu approach will only bring killings without path to success because SE going up in flames doesn’t affect Nigeria revenue and business can still continue. FG can kill thousands with back and forth win and loses on both side but status quo will still remain. Just count the number of casualties on both side since these UGM started and those deaths we don’t even hear of online.

—I think Kanu also know of the need for this alliance which explained why he has been courting the Oduduwa agitators and looking for Yoruba friendship.

—Also SE governor are useless and have projected themselves as powerless in all this. They don’t have enough courage to tell the FG to stop and don’t have the popularity to weaken Keanu’s influence too so they just left everything to fate.

—Now this is what is still sketchy, can Sunday Igboho heed the call and go militant like ESN? Will he be able to pull that stunt among the Yorubas that are not dogmatic? How long can he burn installations to retain the Yoruba’s loyalty and uncommon sense? Will it be possible looking at the fact that the SW populations doesn’t have that much resentment as a block like the SE’ners have due to the sentiment of Biafra?

Finally, there is one thing I know that I’m 99% sure of. If all these eventually lead to an unexpected war, the Yorubas will not fight on the side of the Northerners.

I’ll just watch as things unfold!
Baba, I couldn't access my email account. Thanks.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by nisai: 7:56pm On May 31
OROSUNBOLB:
Can't this idiot just shut up ? God,please forgive me but I must say that I hate this Garba fool !
grin grin
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by mukthar2000(m): 8:54pm On May 31
Shehu also said Nigeria is now safer than it was in 2015 when his principal, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) took over power, noting that “Boko Haram is now on the fringes of Lake Chad”.




It shall never be well with u shehu, omoale.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by ExpertEDITOR: 9:05pm On May 31
Kaysalas:

That was the ideology in the 60s, guess what the north did? They first sent a number of battalion(s) to the West to cower us into subjection, securing the west, before launching attack on the East. (Unfortunately I can't remember in which of the civil war memoirs I read this). Sitting on the fence is not always the best option.
You said 60s... But I don't remember that part of civil war history tho.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by BigSam13: 9:30pm On May 31
shehu, none of ur busines
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by VGlobal: 9:33pm On May 31
You analysis is very comprehensive one.

A very good friend of mine from the SE and a staunch ProBiafra confirmed this, the SW alliance is a key factor in the division of this country. He said the very moment Yoruba's made up their mind to pull out of this so called mistake of Lugard, then the end has come.

Q
LegendHero:


I don’t buy the B***t from Garuba and we SW’ners understand the game play of the Northerners.

Currently we are the bride that the Igbos and Northerners are trying to court because we are the only card needed by both side to tilt this in their favor and I will explain.

—Nigeria military is currently weak and have been fighting on all fronts. Bandits, Boko Haram, Unknown Gunmen, and etc.

—Nnamdi Kanu already took the step of making it red in the SE, thinking the FG will come and bargain and he can hold them down by burning everything down.

—While that approach may be good, it is not foolproof.
Firstly, the SE as a region is not that important to Nigeria revenue and that’s a fact. The SS have the crude oil installations and if they start blowing pipes and burning everything down, the FG won’t have a choice than to come to bargain.
Secondly, Lagos is another revenue source for Nigeria and the seaports and taxes is a big source to the FG including that Ogun border. If the Yorubas start blowing up the seaports and Lagos airports in uprisings, the FG will come to bargain.

—Also the FG cannot fight a combined South and win easily so they are being careful. That is exactly why they won’t invade Yorubaland when Igboho did Oduduwa rallies coupled with the fact that our governors still have some leadership in them compared to the SE governors.

—Hence based on the above, without the necessary alliance from both the South South militants and the Yoruba extreme radicals, Nnamdi Kanu approach will only bring killings without path to success because SE going up in flames doesn’t affect Nigeria revenue and business can still continue. FG can kill thousands with back and forth win and loses on both side but status quo will still remain. Just count the number of casualties on both side since these UGM started and those deaths we don’t even hear of online.

—I think Kanu also know of the need for this alliance which explained why he has been courting the Oduduwa agitators and looking for Yoruba friendship.

—Also SE governor are useless and have projected themselves as powerless in all this. They don’t have enough courage to tell the FG to stop and don’t have the popularity to weaken Keanu’s influence too so they just left everything to fate.

—Now this is what is still sketchy, can Sunday Igboho heed the call and go militant like ESN? Will he be able to pull that stunt among the Yorubas that are not dogmatic? How long can he burn installations to retain the Yoruba’s loyalty and uncommon sense? Will it be possible looking at the fact that the SW populations doesn’t have that much resentment as a block like the SE’ners have due to the sentiment of Biafra?

Finally, there is one thing I know that I’m 99% sure of. If all these eventually lead to an unexpected war, the Yorubas will not fight on the side of the Northerners.

I’ll just watch as things unfold!

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by maasoap(m): 9:46pm On May 31
Obamaofusa:


Use your head and and go and read about the Nigerian civil war.
Talk and respond like someone who has home training and make your points without being insultive.

Igbos were having the upper hand until they invaded Ore and Yoruba joined the federal side and the rest is history.
Yorubas carried dane guns and charms to fight off igbos soldiers, right?

This time around,it is obvious that Yorubas will be decimating the core North together with the Igbos.

Yorubas will be led by Sunday Igboho, right? Someone is dreaming and needs to be woken up
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by yamunla(m): 9:49pm On May 31
houseontherock:
Funny how you guys are comparing insecurity in Lagos and Imo when we should be more concerned about the cause of insecurity in the South and how it affects us all! For how long do you think the SW will remain safer than the SE and SS? For those mocking the SE, it's turn by turn. Once they overrun SE and SS, they are coming for the SW


dont mind those fools.

I am a yoruba boy and I can never be happy this jihad government killing innocent igbos..


same igbos I grew up with in lagos.

I read comments and I begin to doubt the yorubaness of some people..

it's either they are party (APC) agents or fulani disguising as yorubas

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by yamunla(m): 10:25pm On May 31
emezuo17:
. I quoted you earlier without even looking at your moniker, i am igbo, but let me advice you, you sound educated and logical when you make your point objectively as you did up there, why not stick to that better part of you than joining in tantrums with some of these tribal minions

You are justwise

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by pseudaria: 12:04am On Jun 01
uptimumOne23:
Yes and any attempt to cause any havoc or disruption by Ipob miscreants and their sympathisers will be fully resisted.

Know this and know peace

Fucking attention seeker
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by DEROX: 12:53am On Jun 01
Anambra1stSon:

You can only deceive those that doesn't know much about your tribe, the first criminals to be executed in Nigeria are your tribe's men Babatunde Folorunsho, Oyenusi and Shina Rambo, political thuggery started from the West, ritual killers are your tribe's men, majority of the security cult confratanity originated and dominated by your people
yes shout east is the safest zone in nigeria grin UGM ZONE
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:11am On Jun 01
VGlobal:
You analysis is very comprehensive one.

A very good friend of mine from the SE and a staunch ProBiafra confirmed this, the SW alliance is a key factor in the division of this country. He said the very moment Yoruba's made up their mind to pull out of this so called mistake of Lugard, then the end has come.

Q
QEd
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:12am On Jun 01
DonroxyII:
Greater Analysis... Capture all my mindset!!

The Southwest must allow God, Oduduwa, Oranmiyan, Obatala, Oya, Sango and Ogun to guide and Guard them in all this Imbroglio.....

Yeah yeah.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:14am On Jun 01
dragunov:


Well the Yorubas are already in sync with Biafra. Going by your analysis, if the SE has no economic value, why is the North clinging desperately to keep them in?

Because if the Igbo leave then the SS and SW will also leave.

Infact if one region leave, then the other region leave and the North don’t want that because of the crude oil.

The Biafran war was basically the crude oil war. As in crude oil war.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:15am On Jun 01
emezuo17:
. I quoted you earlier without even looking at your moniker, i am igbo, but let me advice you, you sound educated and logical when you make your point objectively as you did up there, why not stick to that better part of you than joining in tantrums with some of these tribal minions

I like catching cruise.

What will be Nairaland without banters here and there?

I can be serious if I want to and I can troll if I want to. Isn’t that how it is on the Igbo monikers side too?

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:24am On Jun 01
Kaysalas:

Nice analysis bro, I sincerely do hope this your statement @bolded holds true.
But must we Yorubas always Siddon look in the face of injustice?

That bolded is true to an extent.

But there might be surprises tho. But I doubt it.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:27am On Jun 01
elijahkayode:



Am shocked & sad when we the ingenious people of this country have come to the realisation that d Federal Government in its current state can kill it's citizens and be comfortable in their BLOOD

But the Evil (terrorists) men in power should remember
Adonai said to Kayin, “Where is Abel your brother?” And he replied, “I don’t know; am I my brother’s guardian?” He said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s BLOOD is crying out to me from the ground! Now you are cursed from the ground, which has opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood at your hands.

We Yoruba actually love the North because we felt they fear God almighty but now Isreal has shown to us terrorists must be dealt with
Think of it they want our Fathers land for their cows so they have been killing us for a decade now
How long must we suffer this great evil all because of Cow
The jokes on us man if we can't come together to protect our culture & heritage

The bloods are crying out but first We Yoruba must acknowledge & seek forgiveness for our path in that brutal civil genocide called war then we can separate from that evil blood sucking spirit ushered forth in the north

We won’t seek any forgiveness for the civil war.

If Biafra need any forgiveness from the Yoruba, they are just wasting their unprecious time. I know some Yorubas are being guilt tripped currently, but Yorubas with true historical knowledge will know we acted based on circumstances then. I don’t feel sorry at all!

It is justified with the dynamics at that time and if time is reversed to 1966 we will still fight on the side of the North!!

However in 2021, the dynamics have changed.
Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:36am On Jun 01
Bashir75:



"The dynamics have changed, Ibo and Yoruba are now too mixed that it might be near impossible to leave them to their fate. Also Yorubaland is like the sanctuary, if anything happen in Iboland, people will move here to live and it will be nearly impossible for us not to accept them"[color=#000000][/color]

I agree and disagree with some of your points above, we are not too mixed with Igbo people. As a matter of fact, our exposure to them begins during the forming of Nigeria as a nation and prior to that, we have been dealing with Hausa for centuries. Look at the Nigeria map, our closest neighbors are the Benin kingdom, Ijaw, Urohbo and other Niger Deltans. However, thru the North central like Kwara, Kogi; we have earlier engagements with the North not because of religion but trade. Our great grand fathers used to say “Awusa lon je obi, Yoruba lo ngbin” The colonialists met this trading routes and built locomotives trains between the North and across the Yoruba cities, even up to the Agege and Ikeja. We have Sabos everywhere in Yorubaland. My grandfather used to say Agege and Ikeja used to be be Kolanut farms.

Agreed things are changing because of our hospitality even in the midst of betrayals, the Yorubas will never go to war along with Igbo. They’re betrayals and power mongers. We are far too different and apart. Yoruba are not power mongers and desperate, and that’s why we yield to elder advice and wisdom because of our natural submissiveness to our leaders. Igbo’s have betrayed us, insulted our institutions and desire to see us retrogressive. They did same to our ancestors and leaders. Awolowo and others were betrayed, they had meeting with him in the day and formed alliance with the North at night during Nigerian formation because of promise to give them power and prime minister. Because they felt Yorubas are educated/united and cannot be pushovers and see Hausas as uneducated and easy to control hence the beginning of coups and conflicts. Not until they taught the Hausa/Fulani the arts of staging coups/power, they preferred the Northerners over us.

Our regional leaders know very well that Igbo’s don’t liked us but we are their saviors/ place of comfort when they fight with the Northerners. That’s going to change with the experience of the last decade of abusive and insults rained on our people. We are not going to war along with Igbo. When things are rosy between them and Hausas, they despise us and encourage the Hausas to hate us. Now , we will never be their ally for war or conflict. If they’re not careful, they will lose spots/everything in the SW entirely. Yorubas are full of rage on the insults and no man’s land posture of the Igbo in our cities.


Nice and apt.

You made some convincing and valid point here.

But I will say everything depends on the circumstances that lead to the war if eventually it happens. Our loyalty will depend on the circumstances I think.

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Re: South-West Is The Safest Part Of Nigeria - Garba Shehu by LegendHero(m): 3:37am On Jun 01
AdolfHitlerxXx:
Brilliant analysis.

Egbon, your head dey smoke!

Wish those oloripelebe have such smart people one can debate / converse with.


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