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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by colestephan86: 7:50am On Mar 19, 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 he has 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.
Also they saw what ibo did in the east from the result of the presidential election , they were not liberal at all like the SW
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by Vyzz: 8:08am On Mar 19, 2023
TrueNigerian300:


Keep quiet…the fool you all voted for what experience does he have So because he went to MIT he should be voted as governor?? The fool graduated from MIT yet he struggle to speak English. If you are not all foolish you will know that guy is not even supposed to be a chairman of a local govt. Your region is the worst in the country yet you want to tell others who the best candidate is. You can try all this rubbish in the north you will all be slaughtered like fowls.



You have a lots of hate in your life.

Today is Mothering Sunday and I don't need any bad energy. HAVE A BLESSED DAY WITH LITS OF LOVE AND KISSES TO YOUR MAMA 💋 💋 💋
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by headbasher96(m): 9:03am On Mar 19, 2023
seanwilliam:
hmm.
In all honesty, I share your sentiments and I fully understand where you’re driving at.
However , Rome was not built in a day and when presented with two devils , we have to choose the lesser one , at least for now.
u are actually right though that is why we need to fight for ourselves not the other way round we can't leave in a country that will shatter your dreams by the mere thought of it
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by OfficialP: 9:06am On Mar 19, 2023
all of you carrying lp for head are wasting your time.

obedient don't vote party, they vote candidates.

Obedient voted obi, now they are voting sanwo old. sanwo was just scared for nothing. He deserve a second term not because of his performance but because he's better than the options available
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by fr3do(m): 9:15am On Mar 19, 2023
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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by obontami: 9:18am On Mar 19, 2023
kcnwaigbo:

Oga with all the results I have seen so far GRV is leading

Yes, he's leading...in your dreams.🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by grandstar(m): 9:27am On Mar 19, 2023
NapoleonHill
I am neither pro GRV nor Sanwo-olu.

You made a comment that he can't speak his native tongue, Yoruba.

He might have broken a jinx here. Many children growing up now can't speak their native. These are largely middle children and even some below that station. I won't be surprised if your kids can't speak theirs.

In countries that have multiple languages, a lingua franca may become the language of advance like English. Even up North, some languages have been lost to Hausa, which is the defacto and unofficial lingua franca there.

We can expect to see more of these adults who can't speak their native tongues either fluently or not at all in future contesting for elective office.

They generally aren't tribalistic as they grew up together from primary to secondary school.

A Yoruba butter pikin will prefer to marry a butter Ibo than a typical Yoruba girl any time.

They may one day dictate the future of this country. The EndSars movement which was largely inspired by the Middle class would probably have toppled the government had it not been nipped in the bud.
Re: What Really Played Out In Lagos Today by NapoleonHill: 10:46am On Mar 19, 2023
grandstar:
NapoleonHill
I am neither pro GRV nor Sanwo-olu.

You made a comment that he can't speak his native tongue, Yoruba.

He might have broken a jinx here. Many children growing up now can't speak their native. These are largely middle children and even some below that station. I won't be surprised if your kids can't speak theirs.

In countries that have multiple languages, a lingua franca may become the language of advance like English. Even up North, some languages have been lost to Hausa, which is the defacto and unofficial lingua franca there.

We can expect to see more of these adults who can't speak their native tongues either fluently or not at all in future contesting for elective office.

They generally aren't tribalistic as they grew up together from primary to secondary school.

A Yoruba butter pikin will prefer to marry a butter Ibo than a typical Yoruba girl any time.

They may one day dictate the future of this country. The EndSars movement which was largely inspired by the Middle class would probably have toppled the government had it not been nipped in the bud.

Everything is about perception. Gbadebo's woes didn't spring from being unable to speak alone. There are footprints of him littered everything on the internet making derogatory remarks at the Yorubas, one of which is calling his tribesmen Afonja with a goat picture. One would even wonder if he's a nairaland member as this is common with the enemies of the tribe.

Quite honestly, a butter Yoruba, to the extent of not being able to speak, is not needed to lead an inch of our land. He's presumed not to understand our pains, struggles, and our needs. He'd be a pawn in his own government as our politics in this part of the world is local.

I also think you're mistaking about the an average butter Yoruba kid wanting a butter Igbo bride. It seems to be the other way but since there no way to find out who desires the other more as the relationship is symbiotic, let's keep it that way.

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