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70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Charleys: 9:09pm On Feb 22, 2023
The Igbo people of Nigeria are no strangers to discrimination. For centuries they have been subjected to unfair treatment and marginalization in many aspects of their lives. This has created an atmosphere of fear and mistrust among the Igbo, and many of them are now feeling the need to take a stand against the injustice they are facing. One way they have chosen to make their voices heard is through the ballot box, and in the 2023 Nigerian general elections, many Igbo people will vote for Tinubu the APC presidential candidate.

The decision to vote for Tinubu is a calculated one. Tinubu has been an outspoken critic of the ruling party, and his election could potentially lead to greater protection for minority groups such as the Igbo. The Igbo people may also feel that Tinubu would be more likely to listen to their grievances and address issues such as discrimination.

The decision to vote for Tinubu has both immediate and long-term implications. On the one hand, it shows that the Igbo people are not willing to tolerate discrimination any longer. On the other hand, it could also lead to increased tensions between the Igbo and other ethnic groups in Nigeria. Tinubu’s rhetoric could also be seen as divisive, which could lead to further divisions along ethnic lines.

In conclusion, the Igbo people’s decision to vote for Tinubu is both brave and risky. It shows their determination to stand up for their rights and fight against discrimination, but it can also lead to further divisions within themselves. It is important that Nigeria continues to work towards a more inclusive society, where all citizens are treated equally and with respect regardless of their ethnicity.

About seventy percent of all igbos have decided to vote for Tinubu in the upcoming elections.

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Ever8090: 9:10pm On Feb 22, 2023
Na 70% tell you say then go vote for Tinubu?

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by SaintNegro77: 9:10pm On Feb 22, 2023
Laughing heavily

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by conductor250: 9:12pm On Feb 22, 2023
120% actually cheesy

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Charleys: 9:13pm On Feb 22, 2023
SaintNegro77:
Laughing heavily

Tinubu is doing a last minute campaign among the south east and the south east is afraid of being in the loosing side again
Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by SaintNegro77: 9:14pm On Feb 22, 2023
Charleys:


Tinubu is doing a last minute campaign among the south east and the south east is afraid of being in the loosing side again
Still laughing.

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Nobody: 9:15pm On Feb 22, 2023
cool

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by ObaOfYorubaLand: 9:25pm On Feb 22, 2023
Charleys:


Tinubu is doing a last minute campaign among the south east and the south east is afraid of being in the loosing side again

Igbo's are not cowards like Tinubu Yoruba. Igbo's will survive any government.

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by tungamaje: 9:28pm On Feb 22, 2023
Oya baba Tinubu, make drop something nau.
Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Venusman(m): 9:31pm On Feb 22, 2023
Seriously, WOW! Insinuation won't kill you


By the way let's learn


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtkZbtKyZx8
Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Maazieze(m): 9:37pm On Feb 22, 2023
Ive only seen tinubu supportors on this forum go out of their way to use ethnic slurs against igbo's hilarious you think they will vote for him? not because of tribe but over principles and his shady nature

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Kingboy10: 9:41pm On Feb 22, 2023
Na 98% of Igbo will vote for Tinubu... anything to make you sleep well at night 🤡

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by OgaTheTop2: 10:27pm On Feb 22, 2023
Charleys:
The Igbo people of Nigeria are no strangers to discrimination. For centuries they have been subjected to unfair treatment and marginalization in many aspects of their lives. This has created an atmosphere of fear and mistrust among the Igbo, and many of them are now feeling the need to take a stand against the injustice they are facing. One way they have chosen to make their voices heard is through the ballot box, and in the 2023 Nigerian general elections, many Igbo people will vote for Tinubu the APC presidential candidate.

The decision to vote for Tinubu is a calculated one. Tinubu has been an outspoken critic of the ruling party, and his election could potentially lead to greater protection for minority groups such as the Igbo. The Igbo people may also feel that Tinubu would be more likely to listen to their grievances and address issues such as discrimination.

The decision to vote for Tinubu has both immediate and long-term implications. On the one hand, it shows that the Igbo people are not willing to tolerate discrimination any longer. On the other hand, it could also lead to increased tensions between the Igbo and other ethnic groups in Nigeria. Tinubu’s rhetoric could also be seen as divisive, which could lead to further divisions along ethnic lines.

In conclusion, the Igbo people’s decision to vote for Tinubu is both brave and risky. It shows their determination to stand up for their rights and fight against discrimination, but it can also lead to further divisions within themselves. It is important that Nigeria continues to work towards a more inclusive society, where all citizens are treated equally and with respect regardless of their ethnicity.

About seventy percent of all igbos have decided to vote for Tinubu in the upcoming elections.
I found these in your pockets.

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by OgaTheTop2: 10:29pm On Feb 22, 2023
ObaOfYorubaLand:


Is that was what tgey asked you to post here?

Its only an Igbo OSU will vote for Tinubu.

Does Yorubas think Igbo's are foolish to vote an immovable man like Tinubu who have been Calling Igbo's all manner of names?

Igbo's are wise and will humble Urchins.
What's OSU? I crave your indulgence abeg.
Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Mindlog: 10:40pm On Feb 22, 2023
"Tinubu has been an outspoken critic of the ruling party, and his election could potentially lead to greater protection for minority groups such as the Igbo"....It seems you were dozing off in primary school when other kids were being taught about Nigerian tribes in social studies.

Is Tinubu of the opposition party that he is the outspoken critic of the ruling party, APC?

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by chrisxxx(m): 11:08pm On Feb 22, 2023
Tinubu go fit pay?

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Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Charleys: 11:10pm On Feb 22, 2023
Fp material
Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by Kingspin(m): 11:12pm On Feb 22, 2023
Let the best win, not tribe or religion
Re: 70% Of Igbos Will Vote For Tinubu In The Upcoming Elections by KevMitnick: 10:12am On Feb 23, 2023
Urchins and lies...5 & 6.

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