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Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by blamingthedevil: 8:05pm On Mar 03
Bola Tinubu visits Traditional Rulers in Ekiti

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by wizonlyson(m): 8:11pm On Mar 03
grin grin ewuuuu!..pampers sellers..where una dey..

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by DrGoodman: 8:14pm On Mar 03
Tinubu for president of Nurtw .

I heard that Atiku just bought over pampers company, grin

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by PressMyButton: 8:16pm On Mar 03
The Next Nigerian President.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by DrGoodman: 8:22pm On Mar 03
PressMyButton:
The Next Nigerian President.

Fixed.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by youngeagle(m): 8:25pm On Mar 03
This one thinks he will Rule Yoruba Nation

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by donbachi(m): 8:56pm On Mar 03
As if to be president na sure pass into heaven...dats how he's making it look.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by SlyDev: 9:09pm On Mar 03
wizonlyson:
grin grin ewuuuu!..pampers sellers..where una dey..
There are some thread you need to caution yourself, abusing Tinubu here is like abusing the Yoruba Kings present in the meeting

Tinubu is not doing meeting with igbos but with his Yoruba people, you guys should use your brain, when you push a gentle man to the wall he can do the unthinkable

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by FreeStuffsNG: 9:22pm On Mar 03
Awesome!! God bless Asiwaju Tinubu.
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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by Indispensable85(m): 9:26pm On Mar 03
Tinubu is unstoppable from the way things are going. Osinbajo may not even contest.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by IgweOfNnewi: 9:27pm On Mar 03
Mazi Bola Ahmed Tinubu the chukwu okike ohamadike

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by wizonlyson(m): 9:34pm On Mar 03
SlyDev:

There are some thread you need to caution yourself, abusing Tinubu here is like abusing the Yoruba Kings present in the meeting

Tinubu is not doing meeting with igbos but with his Yoruba people, you guys should use your brain, when you push a gentle man to the wall he can do the unthinkable
how much he give u for this..u better go sleep..its late already..

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by NwaNimo1(m): 9:37pm On Mar 03
Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by ojehmario1969(m): 9:38pm On Mar 03
Business na business

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by ivandragon: 9:40pm On Mar 03
The reception was a bit subdued...

Anyway, those insulting BAT should endeavour to focus thier resources on bringing a better & more acceptable personality.

I think Anyim has also started consultations but he is part & parcel of the rot that brought nigeria to its present sorry state...

For me, Moghalu would be a good option if he had the political & financial muscle... Adeshina would have been a very sound option if he was going to contest...

At the end, it seems Nigerians may have to choose between BAT & Atiku...

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by NyamiriFlathead: 9:43pm On Mar 03
Nobody can stop him
Tinubu go on soun, we love you
ON TINUBU'S MANDATE I STAND
GOD, PLS CONTINUE TO PROTECT OUR INCOMING PRESIDO

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by juman(m): 9:44pm On Mar 03
It look like he is the only person contesting to be president.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by Cholls(m): 9:50pm On Mar 03
Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by SlyDev: 9:51pm On Mar 03
wizonlyson:
how much he give u for this..u better go sleep..its late already..

If Ikpeazu and Co pay you to keep quiet as alaigbo rot, we don't do that here in the west undecided

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by wizonlyson(m): 9:55pm On Mar 03
SlyDev:


If Ikpeazu and Co pay you to keep quiet as alaigbo rot, we don't do that here in the west undecided
pelee..mr wester..
Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by SlyDev: 9:59pm On Mar 03
wizonlyson:
pelee..mr wester..

Thank you sir grin

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by juman(m): 10:19pm On Mar 03
Next president MUST be a christian.

Tinubu is not contesting but campaigning for apc.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by braine(m): 3:24am On Mar 04
Master politician. Hate him or love him, he just does his things.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by MANNABBQGRILLS: 3:26am On Mar 04
Every man should campaign and vote for the candidate of their choice.

This is DEMOCRACY.

BTW,
IPOB/BIAFRA VS TINUBU/YORUBA:
TOLERANCE BECOMING A CRIME


1. Why do we hate Tinubu?
What for?


2. Tinubu never worked with federal or Eastern Nigeria let alone stealing money from Ndi Igbo.
He never worked as Minister or taken any Federal Appointment!

3. He never joined APGA let alone sabotaging our Party's interest?

4. Tinubu didn't meddle in Igbo internal affairs either!

5. Why do we call him thief?
What did he steal?

6. We call Yoruba "slaves".
We never reflect on what it means to be slaves in the true sense of the word.

7. We are putting mouth in Lagos politics without caution, yet we have a proverb that says it is the foolish housefly that follows the corpse into the grave.

8. Can Yoruba man become an Association or Local Government Chairman in the East? Let us be sincere with ourselves.
Yet, we enjoy all these privileges here including Assembly Membership!

9. Why asking for what we can't give?

10. We are here helping the "slaves" to develop their land. Who then is a slave?
10b. You call their city a no man's land so that we can further be enslaved slaving to develop it, and our generations are wasted gloating over mere privileges.
Who is a slave?
Do we actually think?

11. Can Yoruba tell Okorocha "o to gee" in Owerri?
He doesn't even need it.
He is too intelligent to die for a pot of ofe manu or nothing.

12. After the civil war, for many of us who were old enough to have witnessed it, the Yoruba were the first to open their arms to receive and accept us as we were, crude savages in search for means of survival.
It was regardless of what we equally did to them before and during the civil war. No party to the civil war was innocent!
I also remember not paying any rent among Yoruba guys without a penny for my first 3years in Lagos and another 2 years in Ibadan.

13. Can we survive Yoruba attack in Yoruba land if they actually mean to?
Will an Mbaise man cooperate with the Nsukka or Afikpo, or the Imo with Anambara?

14. If we all decide to relocate at once, Babangida send me home phenomena is still in the memory of some of us who survived the incessant and uncontrollable spate of robbery across the Onitsha bridge.
How many people will want to go in spite of our empty pride?

15. If Yoruba people are as foolish as we foolishly think, why agitating?
How will agitating be to our benefit?

16. Why not "O to gee" in Abia, Enugu or Owerri?

17. Can a man from Aba become a Commissioner or Perm.Sec. in Enugu State Civil Service?
Yet it happened here!
Why not be careful.

18. We adopted APGA and but "wisely" voted PDP.
How was Tinubu our headache.
Was he the cause of our downfall?
Why always blame others for our inabilities and want to take glory for any small thing we think we have done well and even overblow it?

19. We claim we were so creative during the civil war.
Now history.
We also claim every made in Nigeria is from Aba.
But go to Oyo and Osogbo to see what "lazy" mechanics are doing quietly in the automobile industry, yet we make noise that other ethnics are either mumu or lazy except we (alagbara ma mero baba ole; the most hardworking humans who cannot develop their own land unfortunately).

20. Why looking for avoidable problem? Why?

21. It was you in the North being attacked, in Malaysia being killed, in Gabon and Ghana being molested. 99.9% of Nigerians killed in South Africa are of Igbo extraction, and sometimes by fellow 'hardworking' Igbo. Why?

22. We choose Kanu and he dictates to us without consultation with any one of us. They choose Tinubu who becomes a hero among them by bowing to or adopting the choice of their majority.

Why are we angry?
We chose Azikwe and they chose Awolowo.
How are they more mumuish followers than ourselves?
Zik became a President and we gained from it, Awo was only a Premier, but we are only struggling to beat their records in all ramifications including education till today.
How are they mumus?
We chose APGA and they chose APC, why agitating?

Yoruba are yet to say Tinubu is their problem why do we want to die for nothing?
Why working in APGA but planning to collect salaries in APC?

I pray for the success of Biafra, but do we still remember that as Igbo we will automatically become foreigners on the streets of the Lagos we call a no Man's land?

How many of us will actually want to relocate home, should Biafra actualises or if citizenship is on the condition that you relinquish all other citizenship in Africa?


We leave that answer to the individual.
Nwayo nwayo biko unu.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by MANNABBQGRILLS: 3:26am On Mar 04
braine:
Master politician. Hate him or love him, he just does his things.
Hmmmmmm, truer words have never been spoken.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by MANNABBQGRILLS: 3:27am On Mar 04
JAGABAN

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by PrudencyFeats: 3:28am On Mar 04
He is still holding his hands to prevent it from shaking in the public.

What if he was given a mic to address people......

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by Oduduwa707: 3:28am On Mar 04
Useless Murderer! angry

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by CryptoTeacher(m): 3:30am On Mar 04
Campaign don start
Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by Oduduwa707: 3:30am On Mar 04
SlyDev:

There are some thread you need to caution yourself, abusing Tinubu here is like abusing the Yoruba Kings present in the meeting

Tinubu is not doing meeting with igbos but with his Yoruba people, you guys should use your brain, when you push a gentle man to the wall he can do the unthinkable

To hell with Tinubu and all Yoruba Monarchs!

...from the true son of the soil.

Ee ni da'a fun dede wen! angry

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by wonlasewonimi: 3:39am On Mar 04
Just wait and see, he will soon run to London.

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Re: Bola Tinubu Visits Traditional Rulers In Ekiti (Pictures) by 1839ni: 3:53am On Mar 04
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MANNABBQGRILLS:
Every man should campaign and vote for the candidate of their choice.

This is DEMOCRACY.

BTW,
IGBO/BIAFRA VS TINUBU/YORUBA:
TOLERANCE BECOMING A CRIME


1. Why do we hate Tinubu?
What for?


2. Tinubu never worked with federal or Eastern Nigeria let alone stealing money from Ndi Igbo.
He never worked as Minister or taken any Federal Appointment!

3. He never joined APGA let alone sabotaging our Party's interest?

4. Tinubu didn't meddle in Igbo internal affairs either!

5. Why do we call him thief?
What did he steal?

6. We call Yoruba "slaves".
We never reflect on what it means to be slaves in the true sense of the word.

7. We are putting mouth in Lagos politics without caution, yet we have a proverb that says it is the foolish housefly that follows the corpse into the grave.

8. Can Yoruba man become an Association or Local Government Chairman in the East? Let us be sincere with ourselves.
Yet, we enjoy all these privileges here including Assembly Membership!

9. Why asking for what we can't give?

10. We are here helping the "slaves" to develop their land. Who then is a slave?
10b. You call their city a no man's land so that we can further be enslaved slaving to develop it, and our generations are wasted gloating over mere privileges.
Who is a slave?
Do we actually think?

11. Can Yoruba tell Okorocha "o to gee" in Owerri?
He doesn't even need it.
He is too intelligent to die for a pot of ofe manu or nothing.

12. After the civil war, for many of us who were old enough to have witnessed it, the Yoruba were the first to open their arms to receive and accept us as we were, crude savages in search for means of survival.
It was regardless of what we equally did to them before and during the civil war. No party to the civil war was innocent!
I also remember not paying any rent among Yoruba guys without a penny for my first 3years in Lagos and another 2 years in Ibadan.

13. Can we survive Yoruba attack in Yoruba land if they actually mean to?
Will an Mbaise man cooperate with the Nsukka or Afikpo, or the Imo with Anambara?

14. If we all decide to relocate at once, Babangida send me home phenomena is still in the memory of some of us who survived the incessant and uncontrollable spate of robbery across the Onitsha bridge.
How many people will want to go in spite of our empty pride?

15. If Yoruba people are as foolish as we foolishly think, why agitating?
How will agitating be to our benefit?

16. Why not "O to gee" in Abia, Enugu or Owerri?

17. Can a man from Aba become a Commissioner or Perm.Sec. in Enugu State Civil Service?
Yet it happened here!
Why not be careful.

18. We adopted APGA and but "wisely" voted PDP.
How was Tinubu our headache.
Was he the cause of our downfall?
Why always blame others for our inabilities and want to take glory for any small thing we think we have done well and even overblow it?

19. We claim we were so creative during the civil war.
Now history.
We also claim every made in Nigeria is from Aba.
But go to Oyo and Osogbo to see what "lazy" mechanics are doing quietly in the automobile industry, yet we make noise that other ethnics are either mumu or lazy except we (alagbara ma mero baba ole; the most hardworking humans who cannot develop their own land unfortunately).

20. Why looking for avoidable problem? Why?

21. It was you in the North being attacked, in Malaysia being killed, in Gabon and Ghana being molested. 99.9% of Nigerians killed in South Africa are of Igbo extraction, and sometimes by fellow 'hardworking' Igbo. Why?

22. We choose Kanu and he dictates to us without consultation with any one of us. They choose Tinubu who becomes a hero among them by bowing to or adopting the choice of their majority.

Why are we angry?
We chose Azikwe and they chose Awolowo.
How are they more mumuish followers than ourselves?
Zik became a President and we gained from it, Awo was only a Premier, but we are only struggling to beat their records in all ramifications including education till today.
How are they mumus?
We chose APGA and they chose APC, why agitating?

Yoruba are yet to say Tinubu is their problem why do we want to die for nothing?
Why working in APGA but planning to collect salaries in APC?

I pray for the success of Biafra, but do we still remember that as Igbo we will automatically become foreigners on the streets of the Lagos we call a no Man's land?

How many of us will actually want to relocate home, should Biafra actualises or if citizenship is on the condition that you relinquish all other citizenship in Africa?


We leave that answer to the individual.
Nwayo nwayo biko unu.
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