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What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 8:26am On Feb 28
Good morning my fellow Nairalanders...How are you guys doing? Hope the economic shege don dey use style dey reduce for una side abi dem don raise am put for gear? grin

Any ways,that's that........ Just yesterday,my keke was faulty....So I had to go drop it at my mechanic's workshop while I left him to go buy some parts he would use to fix it up......... Along the way,I decided to branch my friend's shop who repairs phones and other gadgets, to at least say hi cuz it was long we last saw and chilled together......

Not quite long as we were having our conversation,an Hausa man came in..... Without being told,I realized he was my friend's customer due to the way they both interacted............ Before now,my friend and I were advising his apprentices who were fond of coming late to work......It was then the Hausa man told us his own story....... About how he met an igbo man in Imo state who transformed his life into who and what he is at this moment..........That his igbo boss trusted him so much that most times,he would even entrust in him with millions of naira to go and buy goods for him.........He was even speaking igbo fluently.............

To end the discussion,what really shocked me was the part when he said that tho other Hausa and igbo men may hate each other/one another but he will never do that......That as a matter of fact,he sees and considers every igbo person as his sibling.......I was so damned surprised........Of which I had to remember and think about how some people come online only to bash each other's tribe and religion,but in reality, there's unity and love among us .........

Omoh,Tho I learned a lot of lessons from his story but what really hit so hard on my heart was the fact that tribalism only prevails here on social media but on ground,we all love and need each other/one another to move our lives forward.....

So please,my dear brothers and sisters,let's try as much as possible to shun tribalism and religious sentiments,cuz when we do that,I can see no limit to what we can achieve together,as a people and as a nation........One love from me@ sonnobax✌️

Nlfpmod
Mynd44. Please guys let's do the needful.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Aurelius1(m): 8:43am On Feb 28
You are right. But what are you still doing on nairaland at 8:26am? Fix your keke and hit the road o. No time to waste time for dis Tinubu regime o.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by illicit(m): 8:45am On Feb 28
I like Ibo girls

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 8:46am On Feb 28
Aurelius1:
You are right. But what are you still doing on nairaland at 8:26am? Fix your keke and hit the road o. No time to waste time for dis Tinubu regime o.
. grin grin. Na engine problem bro.... you know repair of engine needs a lot of time and carefulness to be put in order...

Any ways, 🙏

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by blaquemyc: 10:12am On Feb 28
The thing dey surprise me too, online you will see dem going at each other like sworn enemies but in the streets it's not like that. Is it that the Hausas, Igbos and Yorubas you see in markets, workplaces and the streets are not the same as those on social media?

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 10:18am On Feb 28
blaquemyc:
The thing dey surprise me too, online you will see dem going at each other like sworn enemies but in the streets it's not like that. Is it that the Hausas, Igbos and Yorubas you see in markets, workplaces and the streets are not the same with those on social media?
. Don't mind them........The problem with most of them is they don't travel........

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by CandidAdmin(m): 12:31pm On Feb 28
The Yoruba-Igbo one is the funniest. Na you dey fight pass on NL, na still you dey marry each other pass.
Very funny the two tribes

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by akaahs(m): 1:09pm On Feb 28
Politicians have succeeded in dividing us along religion and tribal lines. They know when there is unity among us, they won't achieve their evil agenda on us but the dumb amongst us continue to champion their coast at the detriment of all us knowingly or unknowingly.
I was listening to a program on radio, i was glad how Muslims assisted a Christian man to get justice and vis visa. The day remove these toxic in our system, that ll be the end of bad leaders occupying position.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by henrimoto(m): 2:24pm On Feb 28
Sonnobax15:
. Don't mind them........The problem with most of them is they don't travel........
True talk.. most of them (Nairaland Trialists) never go beyond their immediate environment.

Them still dey under "My father...My mother Said .."

Very annoying set of persons.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Julibet: 2:52pm On Feb 28
CandidAdmin:
The Yoruba-Igbo one is the funniest.
Na you dey fight pass on NL, na still you dey marry each other pass.

Very funny the two tribes

You're right cheesy. 2 of my childhood friends are yoruba and they told me that they aren't marrying Yoruba girls. They only want to marry Igbo girls. Although I stay in a town dominated by Igbos.

I think the ones bashing themselves on NL don't travel.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Walkingdead755: 3:26pm On Feb 28
Generally na so Nigerian dey always at each other throat but offline we are cool some families are like that

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by LandMann: 3:44pm On Feb 28
Sonnobax15:
Good morning my fellow Nairalanders...How are you guys doing? Hope the economic shege don dey use style dey reduce for una side abi dem don raise am put for gear? grin

Any ways,that's that........ Just yesterday,my keke was faulty....So I had to go drop it at my mechanic's workshop while I left him to go buy some parts he would use to fix it up......... Along the way,I decided to branch my friend's shop who repairs phones and other gadgets, to at least say hi cuz it was long we last saw and chilled together......

Not quite long as we were having our conversation,an Hausa man came in..... Without being told,I realized he was my friend's customer due to the way they both interacted............ Before now,my friend and I were advising his apprentices who were fond of coming late to work......It was then the Hausa man told us his own story....... About how he met an igbo man in Imo state who transformed his life into who and what he is at this moment..........That his igbo boss trusted him so much that most times,he would even entrust in him with millions of naira to go and buy goods for him.........He was even speaking igbo fluently.............

To end the discussion,what really shocked me was the part when he said that tho other Hausa and igbo men may hate each other/one another but he will never do that......That as a matter of fact,he sees and considers every igbo person as his sibling.......I was so damned surprised........Of which I had to remember and think about how some people come online only to bash each other's tribe and religion,but in reality, there's unity and love among us .........

Omoh,Tho I learned a lot of lessons from his story but what really hit so hard on my heart was the fact that tribalism only prevails here on social media but on ground,we all love and need each other/one another to move our lives forward.....

So please,my dear brothers and sisters,let's try as much as possible to shun tribalism and religious sentiments,cuz when we do that,I can see no limit to what we can achieve together,as a people and as a nation........One love from me@ sonnobax✌️

Nlfpmod
Mynd44. Please guys let's do the needful.

Tinubu has commissioned you guys to start spreading lies on social media about fake unity amongst the three troublesome ethnic groups in Nigeria.

There's no single strand of love or trust between Igbos, Yorubas and Hausas Fulanis in Nigeria. They all hate and distrust each other and they're also the problem of Nigeria as they keep dragging for who will produce the president of Nigeria in this "winner takes all" type of democracy we practice that ensures there's perpetual strife and acrimony in the country.

Divide Nigeria and let each group find their square root. The three of you have constituted enough problem. It's time to dissolve the fake marriage arranged by Lord Lugard
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by MrBrownJay1(m): 3:56pm On Feb 28
Sonnobax15:
Good morning my fellow Nairalanders...How are you guys doing? Hope the economic shege don dey use style dey reduce for una side abi dem don raise am put for gear? grin

Any ways,that's that........ Just yesterday,my keke was faulty....So I had to go drop it at my mechanic's workshop while I left him to go buy some parts he would use to fix it up......... Along the way,I decided to branch my friend's shop who repairs phones and other gadgets, to at least say hi cuz it was long we last saw and chilled together......

Not quite long as we were having our conversation,an Hausa man came in..... Without being told,I realized he was my friend's customer due to the way they both interacted............ Before now,my friend and I were advising his apprentices who were fond of coming late to work......It was then the Hausa man told us his own story....... About how he met an igbo man in Imo state who transformed his life into who and what he is at this moment..........That his igbo boss trusted him so much that most times,he would even entrust in him with millions of naira to go and buy goods for him.........He was even speaking igbo fluently.............

To end the discussion,what really shocked me was the part when he said that tho other Hausa and igbo men may hate each other/one another but he will never do that......That as a matter of fact,he sees and considers every igbo person as his sibling.......I was so damned surprised........Of which I had to remember and think about how some people come online only to bash each other's tribe and religion,but in reality, there's unity and love among us .........

Omoh,Tho I learned a lot of lessons from his story but what really hit so hard on my heart was the fact that tribalism only prevails here on social media but on ground,we all love and need each other/one another to move our lives forward.....

So please,my dear brothers and sisters,let's try as much as possible to shun tribalism and religious sentiments,cuz when we do that,I can see no limit to what we can achieve together,as a people and as a nation........One love from me@ sonnobax✌️

Nlfpmod
Mynd44. Please guys let's do the needful.

let us all be HONEST with the issue... just as there are many people who have no issues with other tribes, many people in Nigeria hate people from other tribes.... and thats ok. you cant force people to be what they are not. TRIBALISM is not a "today" issue and it will never go away (just like racism).

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 4:18pm On Feb 28
LandMann:


Tinubu has commissioned you guys to start spreading lies on social media about fake unity amongst the three troublesome ethnic groups in Nigeria.

There's no single strand of love or trust between Igbos, Yorubas and Hausas Fulanis in Nigeria. They all hate and distrust each other and they're also the problem of Nigeria as they keep dragging for who will produce the president of Nigeria in this "winner takes all" type of democracy we practice that ensures there's perpetual strife and acrimony in the country.

Divide Nigeria and let each group find their square root. The three of you have constituted enough problem. It's time to dissolve the fake marriage arranged by Lord Lugard
. Nigha, you're definitely a kid ....

So it'd be a total waste of my precious time if I should reply you in the manner you wants....

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 4:20pm On Feb 28
CandidAdmin:
The Yoruba-Igbo one is the funniest.
Na you dey fight pass on NL, na still you dey marry each other pass.

Very funny the two tribes
. cheesy cheesy. I swear........show me any other tribe wey marry each other pass those two tribes cheesy. E no dey my brother.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by TheWinterBird(f): 4:25pm On Feb 28
People probably do get along better irl, but you know - some just like to come online and form keyboard warriors.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by CandidAdmin(m): 5:50pm On Feb 28
Julibet:


You're right cheesy. 2 of my childhood friends are yoruba and they told me that they aren't marrying Yoruba girls. They only want to marry Igbo girls. Although I stay in a town dominated by Igbos.

I think the ones bashing themselves on NL don't travel.

You don't need to go far.
I'm Yoruba and my target is an Igbo or Akwa Ibom babe

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by arantess: 6:15pm On Feb 28
illicit:
I like Ibo girls

There are no ibo girls
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by arantess: 6:16pm On Feb 28
CandidAdmin:
The Yoruba-Igbo one is the funniest.
Na you dey fight pass on NL, na still you dey marry each other pass.

Very funny the two tribes
Their genitals no Sabi tribalism
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by illicit(m): 6:54pm On Feb 28
arantess:

There are no ibo girls

Ok

Igbo girls
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by CandidAdmin(m): 7:02pm On Feb 28
arantess:
Their genitals no Sabi tribalism
Abi na. When it comes to matters of the bed, them no dey discriminate
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by MichaelSokoto(m): 10:20pm On Feb 28
Igbos and Hausas do bizness better in d mkt...

they are more closer together than to d yoruba pesin.
A fact!

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by ednut1(m): 12:47am On Feb 29
Since i was born. I have never seen igbo vs yoruba rioting in Lagos. Online is not real life
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by ValCon888: 7:08am On Feb 29
Na online warriors wey neva chop dey fight. The real hustlers dey hustle together regardless of tribe.
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Kajaard: 7:25am On Feb 29
LandMann:


Tinubu has commissioned you guys to start spreading lies on social media about fake unity amongst the three troublesome ethnic groups in Nigeria.

There's no single strand of love or trust between Igbos, Yorubas and Hausas Fulanis in Nigeria. They all hate and distrust each other and they're also the problem of Nigeria as they keep dragging for who will produce the president of Nigeria in this "winner takes all" type of democracy we practice that ensures there's perpetual strife and acrimony in the country.

Divide Nigeria and let each group find their square root. The three of you have constituted enough problem. It's time to dissolve the fake marriage arranged by Lord Lugard

There will always be naysayers like you thrive in these tribal conflicts.

You think everybody has a dark soul like you. People like you eat and breath along ethnic and tribal lines.

I hate and despise people like you with a passion. Pathetic.
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 7:29am On Feb 29
Kajaard:


There will always be naysayers like you thrive in these tribal conflicts.

You think everybody has a dark soul like you. People like you eat and breath along ethnic and tribal lines.

I hate and despise people like you with a passion. Pathetic.
. You even have time to reply him when it's very obvious he's nothing but a kid who haven't for once travelled from his trenches........
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by LandMann: 7:39am On Feb 29
Kajaard:


There will always be naysayers like you thrive in these tribal conflicts.

You think everybody has a dark soul like you. People like you eat and breath along ethnic and tribal lines.

I hate and despise people like you with a passion. Pathetic.

Your brain is full of shít.
Go back through all ny post for the past 10 years and come edit the rubbish you wrote above.

Nigeria is a country filled with people who don't like or trust each other. It's a fact that IGBOS, YORUBAS and HAUSAS/FULANIS don't like or trust each other. Why keeping them together and then causing so much suffering for everyone in the process?

So saying the truth as it is hurts your eyes right? You're equally hated and despised. Again, your brain is full of shít
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Typing: 7:53am On Feb 29
Sonnobax15:
Good morning my fellow Nairalanders...How are you guys doing? Hope the economic shege don dey use style dey reduce for una side abi dem don raise am put for gear? grin

Any ways,that's that........ Just yesterday,my keke was faulty....So I had to go drop it at my mechanic's workshop while I left him to go buy some parts he would use to fix it up......... Along the way,I decided to branch my friend's shop who repairs phones and other gadgets, to at least say hi cuz it was long we last saw and chilled together......

Not quite long as we were having our conversation,an Hausa man came in..... Without being told,I realized he was my friend's customer due to the way they both interacted............ Before now,my friend and I were advising his apprentices who were fond of coming late to work......It was then the Hausa man told us his own story....... About how he met an igbo man in Imo state who transformed his life into who and what he is at this moment..........That his igbo boss trusted him so much that most times,he would even entrust in him with millions of naira to go and buy goods for him.........He was even speaking igbo fluently.............

To end the discussion,what really shocked me was the part when he said that tho other Hausa and igbo men may hate each other/one another but he will never do that......That as a matter of fact,he sees and considers every igbo person as his sibling.......I was so damned surprised........Of which I had to remember and think about how some people come online only to bash each other's tribe and religion,but in reality, there's unity and love among us .........

Omoh,Tho I learned a lot of lessons from his story but what really hit so hard on my heart was the fact that tribalism only prevails here on social media but on ground,we all love and need each other/one another to move our lives forward.....

So please,my dear brothers and sisters,let's try as much as possible to shun tribalism and religious sentiments,cuz when we do that,I can see no limit to what we can achieve together,as a people and as a nation........One love from me@ sonnobax✌️

Nlfpmod
Mynd44. Please guys let's do the needful.


Biggest LIE of this century. Igbo are doing everything possible to promote their language online. But in reality, all Nigerians and Foreigners know the truth.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Jayboi(m): 8:24am On Feb 29
It simply means 'Eye service....'
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by MrSamsung(m): 8:57am On Feb 29
Consoling una selfs with comforting lies when things like that are EXCEPTIONS and probably OUTLIERS while the real world reality(mostly among the masses) in politics, culture, ethnic clashes, civil war, marginalization, tribal taunting etc. is happening, has happened and will continue happening.

Outgrow the comfort lies and feel good emotional emotions that exceptional stories like this make you feel, and maybe, just maybe you Nigerians will probably be PRAGMATIC about the things that needs to be done for the benefit of each and every 250 tribes in Nigeria even if that includes going separate ways.

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Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by Sonnobax15(m): 9:22am On Feb 29
MrSamsung:
Consoling una selfs with comforting lies when things like that are EXCEPTIONS and probably OUTLIERS while the real world reality(mostly among the masses) in politics, culture, ethnic clashes, civil war, marginalization, tribal taunting etc. is happening, has happened and will continue happening.

Outgrow the comfort lies and feel good emotional emotions that exceptional stories like this make feel, and maybe, just maybe you Nigerians will probably be PRAGMATIC about the things that needs to be done for the benefit of each and every 250 tribes in Nigeria even if that includes going separate ways.
. grin. After blowing too much grammar,you ended up saying nothing grin grin
Re: What I Experienced Today At My Friend's Shop. by DenreleDave(m): 8:03am On Mar 01
CandidAdmin:
The Yoruba-Igbo one is the funniest.
Na you dey fight pass on NL, na still you dey marry each other pass.

Very funny the two tribes

I swear.. Na Yoruba and igbó Marry pass offline But for online, na big war

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