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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by OredoPikin: 6:51pm On May 17
Mercylike:


Omo Igbo using Edo name as a mask

cheesy
Everyone not yoruba or hausa or not supporting Tinubu is igbo na🤣🤣
Nor be today

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Mercylike: 6:58pm On May 17
OredoPikin:

Everyone not yoruba or hausa or not supporting Tinubu is igbo na🤣🤣
Nor be today

Omo Igbo.. Leave Edo for Edo people and face ur abia grin grin grin

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 7:27pm On May 17
gidgiddy:


If Nigeria breaks up, its likely that the Igbos of Bendel will leave with their kith and kin in the East
Don't speak on their behalf. They will likely be part of the Benin kingdom sha.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by AfonjaConehead: 8:11pm On May 17
chopnaira just look at this banza. omo ale niyin :

Uwẹ ọre ghe Ẹdo

Nna.. ị adịghị mma, mana ị ga-adị mma n'ikpeazụ Chinedu 😂

Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by AfonjaConehead: 8:13pm On May 17
Paraman:
Don't speak on their behalf. They will likely be part of the Benin kingdom sha.
They are not. Maybe the urhobos but certainly not those asaba,ogwashuku,kwale,IJAW... We Edos got nothing in common traditionally and culturally with them. They are Anioma and have strong cultural and traditional ties with the Igbos.
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 8:16pm On May 17
AfonjaConehead:

They are not. Maybe the urhobos but certainly not those asaba,ogwashuku,kwale,IJAW... We Edos got nothing in common traditionally and culturally with them. They are Anioma and have strong cultural and traditional ties with the Igbos.
Delta north was part of the western region,Midwest state, Bendel state and now part of Delta state.

Delta state and Edo state will form a united country.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by AfonjaConehead: 8:31pm On May 17
Paraman:
Delta north was part of the western region,Midwest state, Bendel state and now part of Delta state.

Delta state and Edo state will form a united country.
Yes and that's cos the whole of Delta today was part of the old Bendel with the capital in Benin city.

But Bendel is really all about the Edo.. today it is Edo state and all the components of Edo,the Benins,Esan,Afemai which consists of the Auchi,Owan people are all Edoid. All offshoots of the Benin kingdom. It's only the people of Akoko Edo,Igarra,who are also part of Afemai,that are not really Edo! Their language and music is more related to the Kwara kogi Igalla something. They also speak a lot of yoruba as well in Igarra. Only the Urhobos in delta are Edo people who went very far away from home and only God knows what happened to them and who they mixed with that gave them their present kinda language and cultural lifestyle.
So in essence,the Benins are top in the kingdom and if anything happens today,the old Benin kingdom and empire will be returned and it doesn't include any outsiders whether asaba or ogwash or kwale, everybody go answer him papa name for him own country. I really wish for that.
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 9:07pm On May 17
AfonjaConehead:

Yes and that's cos the whole of Delta today was part of the old Bendel with the capital in Benin city.

But Bendel is really all about the Edo.. today it is Edo state and all the components of Edo,the Benins,Esan,Afemai which consists of the Auchi,Owan people are all Edoid. All offshoots of the Benin kingdom. It's only the people of Akoko Edo,Igarra,who are also part of Afemai,that are not really Edo! Their language and music is more related to the Kwara kogi Igalla something. They also speak a lot of yoruba as well in Igarra. Only the Urhobos in delta are Edo people who went very far away from home and only God knows what happened to them and who they mixed with that gave them their present kinda language and cultural lifestyle.
So in essence,the Benins are top in the kingdom and if anything happens today,the old Benin kingdom and empire will be returned and it doesn't include any outsiders whether asaba or ogwash or kwale, everybody go answer him papa name for him own country. I really wish for that.
Delta state and Edo state is one. No part of this area has ever been part of the eastern region.

Even ojukwu didn't integrate them into Biafra.

No part of Delta state will be part of Biafla

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Malawian(m): 9:14pm On May 17
Paraman:
Delta state and Edo state is one. No part of this area has ever been part of the eastern region.

Even ojukwu didn't integrate them into Biafra.

No part of Delta state will be part of Biafla
BE LOOKING FOR IGBO PEOPLE TO JOIN YOU IN YOUR COUNTRY.
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Jamie248: 9:52pm On May 17
guysbewise:


The name is Benin River meaning the river belongs to Benin.

How does an entire river belong to Benin in a unitary 21st century state like Nigeria? You're just a typical agbado cretin with below-average IQ
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 9:59pm On May 17
Malawian:

BE LOOKING FOR IGBO PEOPLE TO JOIN YOU IN YOUR COUNTRY.
No one is asking Igbos from the south east like you to join Edo/Delta nation.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by AfonjaConehead: 10:06pm On May 17
Paraman:
Delta state and Edo state is one. No part of this area has ever been part of the eastern region.

Even ojukwu didn't integrate them into Biafra.

No part of Delta state will be part of Biafla
Well I don't know or bother myself about that. The only thing that concerns me is the return of the old Benin kingdom and empire...that the great Obas,Oba Ovoramwen,Oba Esigie,Oba Ewuare,etc built.

Nothing like asaba, ogwashuku kwale IJAW and even urhobo there ....

The delta got their own destiny, especially the Ijaws.
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by AfonjaConehead: 10:11pm On May 17
Paraman:
No one is asking Igbos from the south east like you to join Edo/Delta nation.

Guy there's nothing like Edo/Delta nation,where the hell you getting this from.

In the days of the great Obas of Benin,there was nothing like delta people in the kingdom.
There's no cultural and traditional ties between the Edos and the people of delta state apart from a little from the urhobos.
The Ijaws speak IJAW language and the others,asaba, ogwashuku kwale are more close to the Igbos as they speak same language.
Edo got no ties at all with the igbos
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 10:19pm On May 17
AfonjaConehead:

Guy there's nothing like Edo/Delta nation,where the hell you getting this from.

In the days of the great Obas of Benin,there was nothing like delta people in the kingdom.
There's no cultural and traditional ties between the Edos and the people of delta state apart from a little from the urhobos.
The Ijaws speak IJAW language and the others,asaba, ogwashuku kwale are more close to the Igbos as they speak same language.
Edo got no ties at all with the igbos
Before the arrival of the white men, Igbo land was not united under one kingdom.

Delta state and Edo state will be one united nation if Nigeria divide, why is it paining you?

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 10:21pm On May 17
AfonjaConehead:

Well I don't know or bother myself about that. The only thing that concerns me is the return of the old Benin kingdom and empire...that the great Obas,Oba Ovoramwen,Oba Esigie,Oba Ewuare,etc built.

Nothing like asaba, ogwashuku kwale IJAW and even urhobo there ....

The delta got their own destiny, especially the Ijaws.
Edo and Delta state were united under the Midwest and Bendel state. They will do fine as a united nation.

Stop pokenosing in the affairs of Delta and Edo.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Malawian(m): 10:59pm On May 17
Paraman:
No one is asking Igbos from the south east like you to join Edo/Delta nation.

Okay o. To stay on una own dey forbid una?
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by gidgiddy: 10:24am On May 18
Paraman:
Don't speak on their behalf. They will likely be part of the Benin kingdom sha.

If it was you, would you rather go with those you soeak the same language with, or go with those you don't know what theybare saying?
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 10:56am On May 18
gidgiddy:


If it was you, would you rather go with those you soeak the same language with, or go with those you don't know what theybare saying?
They were never part of the south east. Even ojukwu didn't integrate them into Biafra

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by LexngtonSteele: 11:35am On May 18
BitterTruth0001:


cheesy You people are so delusional

Whatever helps you sleep at night

They made you cry wella. grin

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by LexngtonSteele: 11:41am On May 18
Almaigaa:


You are an Igbo man. It is common for Igbo to use other places to create their account name. This serves as cover to perpetrate their online propaganda. Example is the princeoflagos, lagos1stson, Oredopikin etc

Even that slowmir wey dey claim to be from Bini is also an Igbo man. Na so una dey do.

Don't mind them. Even Southern Kaduna doesn't create thread upon thread asking about territory.

Taraba people don't.

Niger Delta, the life wire of the country doesn't. That's despite they have tried to secede before.

It's ONLY Igbos who are obsessed with the topic. They are very easy to spot from miles away grin

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by gidgiddy: 1:23pm On May 18
Paraman:
They were never part of the south east. Even ojukwu didn't integrate them into Biafra

It does not matter what they were part of. When Nigeria breaks up, everyone will choose where they want to belong. All those who speak a common language as their ancestral to guess are likely to go to with each other
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 1:25pm On May 18
gidgiddy:


It does not matter what they were part of. When Nigeria breaks up, everyone will choose where they want to belong. All those who speak a common language as their ancestral to guess are likely to go to with each other
Asaba can't choose to be in Biafla. Delta and Edo state will be united as one nation. Be worried about the south east.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Yourbaslayer: 1:41pm On May 18
Paraman:
Asaba can't choose to be in Biafla. Delta and Edo state will be united as one nation. Be worried about the south east.




Pray that Igbo matter will not send you to your early 6 feet, one thing i can assure is that we will never relent to continue to increase your BP level grin grin
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Christistruth00: 1:46pm On May 18
guysbewise:


The name is Benin River meaning the river belongs to Benin.


In other words you actually think River Niger belongs to the Niger Republic or Niger State

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Uchek(m): 2:08pm On May 18
I am not a fan of Zik but why blame Nnamdi Azikiwe? There was a referendum and the people voted to have their own region. So why blame Zik?
chopnaira:

You have Nnamdi Azikwe to thank for that. Edo and Delta were part of the Western region until Azikiwe happened and it became Midwest region then Bendel state. The military helped Azikiwe finish work patapata and eventually divided it to Edo and Delta.
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Paraman: 2:14pm On May 18
Yourbaslayer:





Pray that Igbo matter will not send you to your early 6 feet, one thing i can assure is that we will never relent to continue to increase your BP level grin grin


K

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by seunmsg(m): 2:28pm On May 18
Zooposki:
That’s the wickedness of them people that rotate presidencies amongst themselves. I’m pretty sure it’s one of them generals.

Those parts in Edo state that share boundaries with Ondo state are Yoruba speaking communities that were mapped into Edo state. If we Yorubas take back what belongs to them, Edo will have no access to any ocean even if there is adjustment. So, how is this wickedness?

There is no single Edo community on the bank of the Atlantic Ocean. Even from historical account, the old Benin never had access to sea. It’s on record that when they wanted to attack in current Lagos, it was the Ijaws and Ilajes that helped them to Lagos on water. So, how do you want Edo to have access to the ocean when they have no community or village on the bank of the ocean? Do you want to kill the Ilajes, Ijaws and Urhobo who are there?

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by seunmsg(m): 2:39pm On May 18
guysbewise:


The name is Benin River meaning the river belongs to Benin.

Yes o, the same way River Niger belongs to Niger, right? Omo, wetin una dey smoke for that side of the country?

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Sapasenator: 2:45pm On May 18
ednut1:
Ondo, cross river, bayelsa, delta have access to the Atlantic. Are they now developed

This is access to the ocean and as you can see from the satellite map no structures are there.

They are still backward shit hole states with all the Atlantic Ocean. Even give them the pacifier Ocean, them go still be backwards and shithole.
Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by paramakina202: 2:48pm On May 18
Abia south is closer to the ocean than Edo south.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Zooposki(f): 2:56pm On May 18
AfonjaConehead:

They are not. Maybe the urhobos but certainly not those asaba,ogwashuku,kwale,IJAW... We Edos got nothing in common traditionally and culturally with them. They are Anioma and have strong cultural and traditional ties with the Igbos.

You are Igbo. Stop these nonsense impersonation.

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Re: Why Was Edo State Deliberately Cut-off From The Atlantic Ocean? by Zooposki(f): 3:01pm On May 18
Sapasenator:


They are still backward shit hole states with all the Atlantic Ocean. Even give them the pacifier Ocean, them go still be backwards and shithole.

Is it your backwardness? Amebo.

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