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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Ikpaitid: 9:45pm On Mar 18, 2023
kcnwaigbo:

Oga with all the results I have seen so far GRV is leading
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Ikpaitid: 9:46pm On Mar 18, 2023
Yes GRV is leading only in an IPOB's head.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by mikelopez: 9:48pm On Mar 18, 2023
seanfer:


Go and check uploaded results on IREV. That’s if you can afford enough data.

I dont pay for data over here
I can give you free data for a year

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by mightyhaze: 9:49pm On Mar 18, 2023
Lol.. which Yoruba?


Same lies u tell about obi helping bat to win by splitting atiku southern votes.. lies u tell yourselves to feel good after the worst rigging in human history..

Sane yorubas who are infact in far majority voted labour party

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by mikelopez: 9:49pm On Mar 18, 2023
Aldol:

You must be seriously abnormal if you think Chinedu will become Governor in Lagos.

Go and swap LP results to APC and rest

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Adexgentle005(m): 9:50pm On Mar 18, 2023
NaijaHelper1:
You are fool.
I don't blame you too much.
I hope the east gets good leaders this time.
You'll see in no time, Igbos don't need you.
You need them.

Hiding your bias under the cover of yorubas withdrawing their support is hopeless and lame especially since the LP candidate is Yoruba too.

You voted on the basis of tribalism. Enjoy it. Idiot.
Oga use your head. Didn’t u see chinedu twitter hate tweet on Yoruba? You are turning blind eyes to that. He started the tribalism and he got what he wanted.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Aldol: 9:53pm On Mar 18, 2023
mikelopez:


Go and swap LP results to APC and rest
Ok so case closed
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by NaijaHelper1(m): 9:54pm On Mar 18, 2023
Throwback:


The LP candidate is a Yoruba hating bastard.

He is only using the Rhodes-Vivour family name for his advantage in Lagos, other wise, his heart his Igbo as his mother is.

He is proud of denigrating Yorubas while applauding Igbos and IPOB.

He should contest for elections in the SouthEast after raining abuses on the Igbos, let us see the outcome of the social experiment.

He's been irresponsible on public spaces no doubt. But is that the point of elections?

What the hell is wrong with us as a nation.
I'm addressing serious issues and your problem is unguarded comments made by someone who represents change.
What about Doherty? Wasn't he good enough? Or Yoruba enough? Or experienced enough?

I keep hearing stories of Yorubas supporting the very same system keeping us where we are because they wish to spite the LP guy which doesn't make any sense because there are other credible candidates of Yoruba extraction if you really wish to make a statement. But No. You've been blindsided again using your latent irrational hatred for Igbos into subscribing for another 4 years of thugs and traffic and crime.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by puremaker7(m): 9:54pm On Mar 18, 2023
kcnwaigbo:

Oga with all the results I have seen so far GRV is leading
check IREV portal, sebi you like it

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by mikelopez: 9:55pm On Mar 18, 2023
Aldol:

Ok so case closed

Go and sleep
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Throwback: 9:56pm On Mar 18, 2023
NaijaHelper1:


He's been irresponsible on public spaces no doubt. But is that the point of elections?

What the hell is wrong with us as a nation.
I'm addressing serious issues and your problem is unguarded comments made by someone who represents change.
What about Doherty? Wasn't he good enough? Or Yoruba enough? Or experienced enough?

I keep hearing stories of Yorubas supporting the very same system keeping us where we are because they wish to spite the LP guy which doesn't make any sense because there are other credible candidates of Yoruba extraction if you really wish to make a statement. But No. You've been blindsided again using your latent irrational hatred for Igbos into subscribing for another 4 years of thugs and traffic and crime.

Remind me again what he brings to the table?

Is it his MIT degree that will run Lagos that is the 4th largest economy in Africa?

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by ChiefJusticeFuc: 9:57pm On Mar 18, 2023
Ttalk:
APC Odua all the way

This was not a political contest but a nationalist move to assert ownership and rule over the land

Neither Yoruba or APC (God forbid) but I am happy the Yoruba people in Lagos woke up from their deep slumber and realise they were being played by the most baseless heebo cretins in a lame land grab.

I have been warning you people here about. the heebo Zionist agenda and how Obi and his Marxist LP are the platforms to achieve this satanic ignoble role on behest of Judas

I was right.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Aldol: 9:57pm On Mar 18, 2023
mikelopez:


Go and sleep

Yes I will sleep well but you won't. 😜😜😛

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by BeardedmeatR(m): 9:57pm On Mar 18, 2023
NapoleonHill:
The influence and meddling of the Igbos in SW politics has returned Sanwo Olu as governor. It also got sympathy votes for Tinubu in some quarters among the Yorubas.

What makes it worse is, many of the Yoruba who pushed the Obi narrative could not bear a Chinedu administration in Lagos. We all know he has more leaning towards the Igbo tribe than the Yoruba.

To make matters worse, this accidental opportunist of a governorship candidate cannot compose a simple sentence in yoruba without sounding like a toddler who's learning to speak, even if it means rehearsing it a million times.

The Igbos, who had thought the presidential election result in Lagos was their doing alone, soon realised there's a missing piece this time. This election is different and the environment is hostile.

If you're still wondering what the missing piece is, it's simple and clear. The Yorubas withdrew their support.
Amala analyst!

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by NaijaHelper1(m): 9:58pm On Mar 18, 2023
Adexgentle005:
Oga use your head. Didn’t u see chinedu twitter hate tweet on Yoruba? You are turning blind eyes to that. He started the tribalism and he got what he wanted.

Sincerely I'm not
My point is that the APC has used the very same trick to get you all to subscribe to another four years of suffering. It has nothing to do with GRV.
If you really wanted to send a message to GRV on the benefits of not talking rubbish online, Funsho Doherty should have been the newsbearer not a Governor who refers to Jagaban as his principal.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by abobote: 10:02pm On Mar 18, 2023
Even people like Jimi Agbaje that can speak Yoruba very well, not related to the Igbos in any way, tried so many times, without any luck. And here you are making look like, the young would have won if not for his relationship with the Igbos.

If Sanwo Olu is reelected, is coz of the voters suppression and voter apathy that played out today, it has nothing to with the Igbos or the senior citizens that came out to vote according to you

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Benwallt(m): 10:04pm On Mar 18, 2023
He will lean toward Yoruba now n learn the language well. I blame the mother anyway. Sorry to say, the father didn't try too.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by bakynes(m): 10:05pm On Mar 18, 2023
Throwback:
There is something that needs to be said.

Why are Igbos always voting as a collective?

Must there always be a tribal agenda behind Igbo votes?
I noticed it, they mobilised fully and vote as a block. Yorubas and the Niger deltans will vote different candidates according to who they believe will be better for the state APC,PDP,LP but Igbos will Vote LP in block votes.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Vyzz: 10:05pm On Mar 18, 2023
NapoleonHill:
The influence and meddling of the Igbos in SW politics has returned Sanwo Olu as governor. It also got sympathy votes for Tinubu in some quarters among the Yorubas.

What makes it worse is, many of the Yoruba who pushed the Obi narrative could not bear a Chinedu administration in Lagos. We all know he has more leaning towards the Igbo tribe than the Yoruba.

To make matters worse, this accidental opportunist of a governorship candidate cannot compose a simple sentence in yoruba without sounding like a toddler who's learning to speak, even if it means rehearsing it a million times.

The Igbos, who had thought the presidential election result in Lagos was their doing alone, soon realised there's a missing piece this time. This election is different and the environment is hostile.

If you're still wondering what the missing piece is, it's simple and clear. The Yorubas withdrew their support.




There is nothing like an effect and meddling of any kind. You Yorubas should please see things as it shoule. Igbo people no send Una.

The apc dey use Igbophobia dey campaign and Una dey dance along,

Una go call Una people omo ale

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by starstaz(m): 10:12pm On Mar 18, 2023
Throwback:
There is something that needs to be said.

Why are Igbos always voting as a collective?

Must there always be a tribal agenda behind Igbo votes?

There is nothing wrong , as other tribes do too LOW-KEY. What is however wrong is their modus operandi : they do it with inflamed passion, Lousy and putrid; devoid of persuasive BAIT but rather emotional disruption.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by anungangampu: 10:12pm On Mar 18, 2023
abobote:
Even people like Jimi Agbaje that can speak Yoruba very well, not related to the Igbos in any way, tried so many times, without any luck. And here you are making look like, the young would have won if not for his relationship with the Igbos.

If Sanwo Olu is reelected, is coz of the voter's suppression and voter apathy that played out today, it has nothing to with the Igbos or the senior citizens that came out to vote according to you
I think you have to repeat this message a couple of times for some to understand.
Seems some people like lying to themselves.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Throwback: 10:13pm On Mar 18, 2023
bakynes:

I noticed it, they mobilised fully and vote as a block. Yorubas and the Niger deltans will vote different candidates according to who they believe will be better for the state APC,PDP,LP but Igbos will Vote LP in block votes.

They have an agenda ahead of them.

They want to be in a position where they will determine who wins in Lagos.

There are not interested in performance or ability.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by JagabanBorgu: 10:15pm On Mar 18, 2023
ejimatic:
How many have you seen now? They are in INEC IREV. You can assess them and calcute them. APC is leading!
The images always download before it shows, does it happen with yours too?

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Throwback: 10:17pm On Mar 18, 2023
starstaz:


There is nothing wrong , as other tribes do too LOW-KEY. What is however wrong is their modus operandi : they do it with inflamed passion, Lousy and putrid; devoid of persuasive BAIT but rather emotional disruption.

They do it with a boldness that indicate they are on to something.

Alas or fortunately, they always count their chicks before they are hatched.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by DesChyko: 10:19pm On Mar 18, 2023
NapoleonHill:
The Yorubas withdrew their support.

More like the Urchins quadrupled their efforts.

I see a number of people analysing and computing non-existent permutations. The Southern non-Yorubas were massively disenfranchised and that's about it.

Nonetheless, we move. Nothing good comes from evil in the end.

Nothing.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by zanebaddo(m): 10:25pm On Mar 18, 2023
NapoleonHill:
The influence and meddling of the Igbos in SW politics has returned Sanwo Olu as governor. It also got sympathy votes for Tinubu in some quarters among the Yorubas.

What makes it worse is, many of the Yoruba who pushed the Obi narrative could not bear a Chinedu administration in Lagos. We all know he has more leaning towards the Igbo tribe than the Yoruba.

To make matters worse, this accidental opportunist of a governorship candidate cannot compose a simple sentence in yoruba without sounding like a toddler who's learning to speak, even if it means rehearsing it a million times.

The Igbos, who had thought the presidential election result in Lagos was their doing alone, soon realised there's a missing piece this time. This election is different and the environment is hostile.

If you're still wondering what the missing piece is, it's simple and clear. The Yorubas withdrew their support.
make una rest ...yoruba this yoruba that. Peter obi this peter obi that. Tinubu has won the presidency. We are happy for you and your Yoruba enjoy in peace and allow your hatred for igbos die down. Sanwo olu has won as well. We congratulate him. Leave igbos out of your mouth. Thank God you acknowledged that the environment is hostile. Let it remain hostile through out Nigeria not just in Lagos. No one has monopoly of hostility. We welcome it. Nigeria is best country on earth. Lagos is best state in the world and yoruba the best race in the world!

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by bakynes(m): 10:30pm On Mar 18, 2023
Throwback:


They have an agenda ahead of them.

They want to be in a position where they will determine who wins in Lagos.

There are not interested in performance or ability.
You are right, if they don't have an agenda some would vote APC, some PDP and some LP. But because they need that block vote to usurp the Yoruba majority candidate to bring in their own half breed candidate, they decided to vote in blocks. They typically vote against the candidates the Yorubas prefer. They have never hidden their hatred towards APC. Even the region Jonathan came from have forgotten APC unseated their Son and have now started to vote APC but the hatred they have for APC is something else.

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 10:32pm On Mar 18, 2023
NapoleonHill:
The influence and meddling of the Igbos in SW politics has returned Sanwo Olu as governor. It also got sympathy votes for Tinubu in some quarters among the Yorubas.

What makes it worse is, many of the Yoruba who pushed the Obi narrative could not bear a Chinedu administration in Lagos. We all know he has more leaning towards the Igbo tribe than the Yoruba.

To make matters worse, this accidental opportunist of a governorship candidate cannot compose a simple sentence in yoruba without sounding like a toddler who's learning to speak, even if it means rehearsing it a million times.

The Igbos, who had thought the presidential election result in Lagos was their doing alone, soon realised there's a missing piece this time. This election is different and the environment is hostile.

If you're still wondering what the missing piece is, it's simple and clear. The Yorubas withdrew their support.

You missed out how this propaganda wouldn't float of APC didn't unleash thugs in the polling units and streets to harm non Yoruba voters . So, most Obidients didn't vote.
That's the only factor not the crap you composed
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 10:35pm On Mar 18, 2023
bakynes:

You are right, if they don't have an agenda some would vote APC, some PDP and some LP. But because they need that block vote to usurp the Yoruba majority candidate to bring in their own half breed candidate, they decided to vote in blocks. They typically vote against the candidates the Yorubas prefer. They have never hidden their hatred towards APC. Even the region Jonathan came from have forgotten APC unseated their Son and have now started to vote APC but the hatred they have for APC is something else.

Was it out of love you don't vote APGA in Lagos? By voting APC, aren't you voting who non Yoruba want?
So, people don't have rights to vote who they want ?

Was Jimi Agbaje not Yoruba and didn't he have Yoruba supporters? What the hell is who Yoruba want ?

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