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Abia Versus Lagos State by Wiseandtrue(f): 7:56am On Mar 23, 2023
The jubilation following Alex Otti's declaration as the winner of Abia state gubernatorial election is a clear indication that the Igbos don't celebrate mediocrity

I put it to you that if any other party had won, the celebration might not be

This is a strong indication that the South East are always in support of good leadership irrespective of who or where the person is from

Those that are celebrating Alex Otti will still castigate him if he didn't live up to expectations undecided

Like them or hate them, the Igbos don't celebrate wrong leadership, they don't celebrate mediocres!!!

The highest critiques of Okezie Ikpeazu were the Igbos, this we clearly saw yesterday

So before you will open your mouth to say that they criticize other governor or government remember that they did not spare their own!!!

This is what we need as Nigerians to build a stronger nation!!!

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Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by Buccalcavity2: 8:09am On Mar 23, 2023
I'm happy for Alex Otti. Its another opportunity for him to prove that he is not a mediocre, having messed up Diamond Bank. Wishing him great success.

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Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by gasparpisciotta: 8:35am On Mar 23, 2023
Wiseandtrue:
The jubilation following Alex Otti's declaration as the winner of Abia state gubernatorial election is a clear indication that the Igbos don't celebrate mediocrity

I put it to you that if any other party had won, the celebration might not be

This is a strong indication that the South East are always in support of good leadership irrespective of who or where the person is from

Those that are celebrating Alex Otti will still castigate him if he didn't live up to expectations undecided

Like them or hate them, the Igbos don't celebrate wrong leadership, they don't celebrate mediocres!!!

The highest critiques of Okezie Ikpeazu were the Igbos, this we clearly saw yesterday

So before you will open your mouth to say that they criticize other governor or government remember that they did not spare their own!!!

This is what we need as Nigerians to build a stronger nation!!!

Lol.

I wonder when igbo people will learn that leadership is not by sentiments.

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Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by famology(m): 9:03am On Mar 23, 2023
It's madness to put Lagos and Abia in same sentence for any reason.

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Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by eyinjuege: 3:39pm On Mar 23, 2023
I'm happy for Abians.
But what business has Lagos got to do with this?
Why is Lagos in the caption?
Are you pointing out the similarities or the differences in both states?
Abians rejoiced over the emergence of their new governor, and I pray he works hard for his people.
Same way Lagosians rejoiced over their governor, SamwoOlu who has been working hard and supported by them.
The only voice of dissent in Lagos are those of the sojourners in their land. All those I know from Lagos State are happy with their governor, SanwoEko.
He seems to be one of their favourites so far.
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by eyinjuege: 3:54pm On Mar 23, 2023
Wiseandtrue:
The jubilation following Alex Otti's declaration as the winner of Abia state gubernatorial election is a clear indication that the Igbos don't celebrate mediocrity

I put it to you that if any other party had won, the celebration might not be

This is a strong indication that the South East are always in support of good leadership irrespective of who or where the person is from

Those that are celebrating Alex Otti will still castigate him if he didn't live up to expectations undecided

Like them or hate them, the Igbos don't celebrate wrong leadership, they don't celebrate mediocres!!!

The highest critiques of Okezie Ikpeazu were the Igbos, this we clearly saw yesterday

So before you will open your mouth to say that they criticize other governor or government remember that they did not spare their own!!!

This is what we need as Nigerians to build a stronger nation!!!


To the first bolded: As it should be.
Same way I would expect the loudest voices of critique of any governor of other regions should be their own people. His governance affects their region directly and they have a stake in it.
At the 2nd bolded, why should they criticise other governors? Why should their voices be the loudest voice of criticism, especially when the governor's own people are happy with his governance . That's highly disrespectful. The key thing should be mutual respect.
Or you don't see the disrespect in that?
If a governor's people are complaining about him, then other voices can lend their support. That would be appreciated. However, if they love him and others start attacking him, does that not sound like a hidden agenda?
Imagine if Northern voices rose up against this new Abia governor. Won't his people come to his defence ?
I trust the North though, they never, ever do Aproko. They always mind their business, even though they are no walkover and will push back if any one tries any oversabi.
It seems Aproko is a Southern thing cheesy (I'm speaking of all the regions in the South- SW, SS, SE)
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by Wiseandtrue(f): 4:07pm On Mar 23, 2023
eyinjuege:

To the first bolded: As it should be.
Same way I would expect the loudest voices of critique of any governor of other regions should be their own people. His governance affects their region directly and they have a stake in it.
At the 2nd bolded, why should they criticise other governors?
Just divide this country and see if anyone will interfere in how you run your your government

Until Nigeria is separated or divided, your submission will not stand. It's also discriminating!!!

What you should know is that whatever that happens in Nigeria affects everybody!!!

Every Nigerian is a potential stakeholder here!!!
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by Wiseandtrue(f): 4:14pm On Mar 23, 2023
famology:
It's madness to put Lagos and Abia in same sentence for any reason.
Here you go again undecided

APC touts are very easy to identify
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by eyinjuege: 4:18pm On Mar 23, 2023
Wiseandtrue:

Just divide this country and see if anyone will interfere in how you run your your government

Until Nigeria is separated or divided, your submission will not stand. It's also discriminating!!!

What you should know is that whatever that happens in Nigeria affects everybody!!!

Every Nigerian is a potential stakeholder here!!!

Obviously, but what has Lagos got to do with your submission?
Why are you not happy with the governor of Lagos State?
Do you think he's not doing well as governor?
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by flokii: 4:19pm On Mar 23, 2023
Something tells me the Otti guy will lead Abia state to progress.. that ugly looking Ikpeazu no just follow.
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by eyinjuege: 4:30pm On Mar 23, 2023
Wiseandtrue:

Who is hating Yoruba Can you read at all

Few APC party members/miscreants calling themselves Yoruba

Abeg shift!

I think you want engagement on your post and that's why you've put Lagos in your caption.
Lagos has nothing to do with your post, so I'm a bit confused on why it's in the caption and not the post itself.
You seem to enjoy the back and forth between you as a representative of your political party and other parties.
You people like wahala too much cheesy
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by famology(m): 5:05pm On Mar 23, 2023
Wiseandtrue:

Here you go again undecided

APC touts are very easy to identify


Useless Ipob slave with block head
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by Wiseandtrue(f): 7:58pm On Mar 23, 2023
eyinjuege:


I think you want engagement on your post and that's why you've put Lagos in your caption.
Lagos has nothing to do with your post, so I'm a bit confused on why it's in the caption and not the post itself.
You seem to enjoy the back and forth between you as a representative of your political party and other parties.
You people like wahala too much cheesy
I hope you learn how Igbos deal with bad leadership

It has nothing to do with a place of resident

They call bad leaders out!!!

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Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by eyinjuege: 9:59pm On Mar 23, 2023
Wiseandtrue:

I hope you learn how Igbos deal with bad leadership

It has nothing to do with a place of resident

They call bad leaders out!!!

That's nice, as they should
But you've still not answered the question of why Lagos is in your caption.
Is the governor of Lagos - SanwoEko a bad leader?
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by Rulerofalaigbo: 7:04am On Mar 24, 2023
Wiseandtrue:

Just divide this country and see if anyone will interfere in how you run your your government

Until Nigeria is separated or divided, your submission will not stand. It's also discriminating!!!

What you should know is that whatever that happens in Nigeria affects everybody!!!

Every Nigerian is a potential stakeholder here!!!
Not in Yoruba land
Nothing should happen to Tinubu or watch Eebos buddy litter the street of south west tongue
Re: Abia Versus Lagos State by Wiseandtrue(f): 7:11am On Mar 24, 2023
Rulerofalaigbo:

Not in Yoruba land
Nothing should happen to Tinubu or watch Eebos buddy litter the street of south west tongue
Yinmu, who have time for Tinubu before Na the certificate we won retrieve!!!

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