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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by ChiefX: 1:17pm On Aug 25, 2014
learn to ignore trolls

Fulaman198:

Really? Exactly who are the Hausa currently bloodsheding? Last time I checked most people in Boko Haram were not even Hausa. That said, I have to back up Hausa people and I'm not Hausa myself.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by splash23: 6:15pm On Sep 24, 2014
AndreUweh:
The chap who composed the above list does not know about Nigerias ethnic groups. Take a look at Delta state. Which ethnic group is Enuani, Ndokwa or Ika.
Ndokwa is just a local council in Delta state and they speak a variant of Igbo dialect called Ukwuani. The same Enuani is Igbo which he listed. Ika is also Igbo. In Abia state, there is no Ibibio language or ethnic group. This madness really has to stop.
In Rivers state, the fool did not list Igbo as a language yet half of the population speaks Igbo.
That list should be thrown into a waste bin.
all of them are under IBO.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Angelou(m): 8:35pm On Oct 05, 2014
Fulaman198:


Thanks for your kind comments, yes Media is really a bad thing, because most of the time, what the media says is false.
IGBO AND EDO GIRLS ARE ASHAWOic in nature ^_^ JUST PASSING BY
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Fulaman198(m): 9:07pm On Oct 05, 2014
Angelou:
IGBO AND EDO GIRLS ARE ASHAWOic in nature ^_^ JUST PASSING BY

Ok and how does that apply to what I said earlier?
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by ajebuter(f): 12:08pm On Oct 11, 2014
I am Yoruba from Lagos state and here are things I love about other ethnic groups:
Hausas: very hospitable, very transparently honest, accomdating, open hearted, simple, not materialistic. The NYSC experience I had serving in Kebbi state will remain in my memory for as long as I live. The respect they had for me despite my difference is ethic group, langauge and religion remains in my memory. When I fell sick, the entire Yauri community took care of me even though they didn't speak English and I couldn't speak Hausa. Our bike fares as corper was reduced and all okada men took pride in giving corpers rides on their okadas. God bless Yauri Kebbi state and the entire hausa nation.
IBOS: very industrious, hardworking, ambitious. I have never seen an ibo begger in my life. They also help each other a lot. They are eachothers' big brothers and sisters.God bless igbo kwenus!
South south: Warri, binis, Isoko, Urhobos are very funny, very blunt, open minded and with giving spirit, generous toa fault even if they are poor. They are also proud of their villages and cultures even abroad and in cities. Bless una oh!
Yorubas: we are very accomodating,fashionable, humane, social, love education, very hardworking, proud of our language, tolerant of other people and their culture, firm believers in parental and collective discipline, and not forgetting our world acclaimed owanbe parties! Even oyinbos tell me Yoruba parties are interesting with our dances and rounded asses.
Efik: beautiful and natural looking women, fashion conscious even on their deathbed, they love being young and if u call an Efik woman mama or mummy, you go hear wen! Very good cooks, nice cuisine, very accomodating and friendly, unpretentious about their sexuality and generous. God bless Nigeria and its people.

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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by ChiefX: 1:49pm On Oct 11, 2014
awesome!

I think the best cooks in Nigeria are Calabars and those from Cross Rivers, Akwa Ibom....

ajebuter:
I am Yoruba from Lagos state and here are things I love about other ethnic groups:
Hausas: very hospitable, very transparently honest, accomdating, open hearted, simple, not materialistic. The NYSC experience I had serving in Kebbi state will remain in my memory for as long as I live. The respect they had for me despite my difference is ethic group, langauge and religion remains in my memory. When I fell sick, the entire Yauri community took care of me even though they didn't speak English and I couldn't speak Hausa. Our bike fares as corper was reduced and all okada men took pride in giving corpers rides on their okadas. God bless Yauri Kebbi state and the entire hausa nation.
IBOS: very industrious, hardworking, ambitious. I have never seen an ibo begger in my life. They also help each other a lot. They are eachothers' big brothers and sisters.God bless igbo kwenus!
South south: Warri, binis, Isoko, Urhobos are very funny, very blunt, open minded and with giving spirit, generous toa fault even if they are poor. They are also proud of their villages and cultures even abroad and in cities. Bless una oh!
Yorubas: we are very accomodating,fashionable, humane, social, love education, very hardworking, proud of our language, tolerant of other people and their culture, firm believers in parental and collective discipline, and not forgetting our world acclaimed owanbe parties! Even oyinbos tell me Yoruba parties are interesting with our dances and rounded asses.
Efik: beautiful and natural looking women, fashion conscious even on their deathbed, they love being young and if u call an Efik woman mama or mummy, you go hear wen! Very good cooks, nice cuisine, very accomodating and friendly, unpretentious about their sexuality and generous. God bless Nigeria and its people.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Nobody: 4:14pm On Oct 21, 2014
I dey trip for hausa pretty babes... But i no knw why christain men r not allowed to marry muslim ladies
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Fulaman198(m): 8:34pm On Oct 21, 2014
Cutehector4u:
I dey trip for hausa pretty babes... But i no knw why christain men r not allowed to marry muslim ladies

Find a pretty Christian Hausa 'babe' then lol.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Nobody: 8:38pm On Oct 21, 2014
Fulaman198:


Find a pretty Christian Hausa 'babe' then lol.
where i go see am na?
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Fulaman198(m): 8:38pm On Oct 21, 2014
Cutehector4u:
where i go see am na?

Kaduna
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Bifwoli: 11:36pm On Oct 21, 2014
AyanleMohamed:
I think we can all say Somalis are the pincle of genetic exellence in Africa.

The Somalis might be good looking but when it comes to culture,peaceful co-existence,religious tolerance and work ethic they are way down the scales.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by christopher123(m): 3:27pm On Oct 30, 2014
ajebuter:
I am Yoruba from Lagos state and here are things I love about other ethnic groups:
Hausas: very hospitable, very transparently honest, accomdating, open hearted, simple, not materialistic. The NYSC experience I had serving in Kebbi state will remain in my memory for as long as I live. The respect they had for me despite my difference is ethic group, langauge and religion remains in my memory. When I fell sick, the entire Yauri community took care of me even though they didn't speak English and I couldn't speak Hausa. Our bike fares as corper was reduced and all okada men took pride in giving corpers rides on their okadas. God bless Yauri Kebbi state and the entire hausa nation.
IBOS: very industrious, hardworking, ambitious. I have never seen an ibo begger in my life. They also help each other a lot. They are eachothers' big brothers and sisters.God bless igbo kwenus!
South south: Warri, binis, Isoko, Urhobos are very funny, very blunt, open minded and with giving spirit, generous toa fault even if they are poor. They are also proud of their villages and cultures even abroad and in cities. Bless una oh!
Yorubas: we are very accomodating,fashionable, humane, social, love education, very hardworking, proud of our language, tolerant of other people and their culture, firm believers in parental and collective discipline, and not forgetting our world acclaimed owanbe parties! Even oyinbos tell me Yoruba parties are interesting with our dances and rounded asses.
Efik: beautiful and natural looking women, fashion conscious even on their deathbed, they love being young and if u call an Efik woman mama or mummy, you go hear wen! Very good cooks, nice cuisine, very accomodating and friendly, unpretentious about their sexuality and generous. God bless Nigeria and its people.

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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Eke40seven(m): 9:29pm On Nov 04, 2014
Nice topic, but am not really satisfied with the little attention and contributions on the topic because if it were to be a war like topic, this thread could have gone haywire with posts left right and centre...well let me shut up and contribute.

YORUBA
They have that undying love for their culture and language and they can party hard. No matter their level of education, you cannot take those traits away from them. They are a bit laid-back and do not like troubling or stressing themselves much for wealth (at least not the hard way by Igbo standards). There is a long established framework for literacy in most of their states and many have taken advantage of that for their betterment. They are comfortable with their homeland and are less explorative of other regions and countries (by Igbo standards) except of course the UK, Canada and US. They can be very nice and welcoming when they want to, although a bit two faced sometimes but are free and are not prone to cheating.

URHOBO:
I did my service their heartland and know them to a sufficient level. They are damn funny, even when they don't intend to be. I see the reason why some of the comedians from there do not find it so difficult to crack jokes. Even before they open their open, am already all over the floor cracking my ribs. They honestly do not even know they are being funny, that's even the thrill. Their women are the most hardworking I have ever seen. They even take the place of the men as bread winners whilst playing their role of the housekeeper. This shows in their muscular built. Their men love to have fun with Sapele Water, banga and starch. kaikai is king! with good bushmeats. I love their pigeon English, so sweet. and their use of the exclamation "shoo", "kwoo" and "wuoo" depending on the mood is so funny, as they tend to use it all the time and be sure that a 100 year old illiterate woman in the village will better whatever pidgin English you can muster except you are from that region. Physical beauty may not be their forte (majority though) but they are lovable people. They have the longest names I have ever seen of any tribe (at least the full versions)
whether in Warri, Sapele, Ughelli, Oghara, koko, Mosogar, Abraka, Jesse, there is always something to laugh about.....and their kids are very very sharp.

HAUSA
They are known for their strength and good stamina and not forgetting structure. They are very hardworking and content with whatever life brings to them as far as food is provided enough for the day's survival. They are simple and love their tradition and religion. The business men among them are so dedicated to it. I love their communal spirit.
The are by far the most honest ethnic group (the ones not yet corrupted by life in the big southern cities).
They are very lovable too. I have never cone across one aboki that I hate, although the sad events in the north is a shocking paradox


I will limit myself to these three because of sufficient first hand experience with them. Others that I know are on individual level which may not be sufficient. The rest are based on hearsay and general stereotypes going round in the society.
It will not be appropriate for me to talk about the Igbos on this thread since am one.

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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Nobody: 7:09am On Nov 06, 2014
The humility of the Hausas.
Ayamlaykorn

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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by omotogoodo(m): 10:05pm On Dec 26, 2014
1. Igbo:They are industrious and has a good business sense (I particularly envy them for this). I'm in love with their music, though I'm Yoruba, I have quite a no of ibo songs and I've got few dance steps to them (folks in church kinda confused about my trive cos of dis). I love dem girls too (dated some few). I love the igbo language itself, I'm fascinated whenever I see 'conc' igbo guy blow away in thick igbo speech.

2. Calabar: They are good songstars. Theur delicacies are yummylicious. Them girls are pretty. They've got great cultures and their language is amusing and hilarious

3. Hausa : love their simplicity ( a sharp contrast to my culture). Their girls are pretty. They are honest people. They form a bond amongst themselves and stick together come rain' come shine.

4. Edo: funny and witty people, they are productive, can't say much about em sha.
BTW, I don't care about tribe. Dated hausa, igbo, yoruba, Benin republic gals before. God bless all the grin tribes. God bless Nigeria. Ise, Ase, Amin! cheesy grin

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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Rivertemz: 5:42pm On Dec 27, 2014
Chrismas Song by Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baUd3uMUhJ4

Well even though I'm sharing a few days late, I felt it was important to show this to y'all.
Enjoy your holidays my naija Fam grin
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by spicyhoney(f): 10:44pm On Jan 04, 2015
Hausa language, their accent and intonation when speaking. ( I am indifferent to them 'as a people' but i've got love for their language grin
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Maakhir(m): 1:05pm On Jan 05, 2015
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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by CoCoLav(f): 12:46pm On Jan 22, 2015
Yoruba inlaws are on point. Very loyal, nice and appreciative.

The Iyan and Efo Elegusi I eat every new years day, Christmas day and on some occasions is a huge pointer to that grin

They just package it and send to the house and we know our inlaws are at it again.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by tolutweety(m): 1:31pm On Jan 22, 2015
CoCoLav:
Yoruba inlaws are on point. Very loyal, nice and appreciative.

The Iyan and Efo Elegusi I eat every new years day, Christmas day and on some occasions is a huge pointer to that grin

They just package it and send to the house and we know our inlaws are at it again.

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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Rivertemz: 11:25pm On Jan 24, 2015
CoCoLav:
Yoruba inlaws are on point. Very loyal, nice and appreciative.

The Iyan and Efo Elegusi I eat every new years day, Christmas day and on some occasions is a huge pointer to that grin

They just package it and send to the house and we know our inlaws are at it again.

yh most yoruba families don't mind their child getting married into another ethnic group.
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by Goldrushnigeria(m): 3:31pm On Jan 28, 2015
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Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by rexbuton: 8:49pm On Feb 22, 2015
AndreUweh:

The chap who composed the above list does not know about Nigerias ethnic groups. Take a look at Delta state. Which ethnic group is Enuani, Ndokwa or Ika.
Ndokwa is just a local council in Delta state and they speak a variant of Igbo dialect called Ukwuani. The same Enuani is Igbo which he listed. Ika is also Igbo. In Abia state, there is no Ibibio language or ethnic group. This madness really has to stop.
In Rivers state, the fool did not list Igbo as a language yet half of the population speaks Igbo.
That list should be thrown into a waste bin.
Mr.man Ika is not Igbo.. Igbo is not a fundamental language of Rivers state, the state is just receptive to Igbo people
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by tonychristopher: 3:26pm On Mar 14, 2015
rexbuton:

Mr.man Ika is not Igbo.. Igbo is not a fundamental language of Rivers state, the state is just receptive to Igbo people


Mr.man Ika is Igbo.. Igbo is fundamental language of Rivers state about 70%, the state is just receptive to non Igbo people

IKA IS A DIALECT UNDER IGBO JUST LIKE ETCHE, OGUTA, OWERRI, ETC
Re: What Are The Things You Like About Other Ethnic Groups And Tribes? by rexbuton: 7:51pm On Mar 14, 2015
tonychristopher:



Mr.man Ika is Igbo.. Igbo is fundamental language of Rivers state about 70%, the state is just receptive to non Igbo people

IKA IS A DIALECT UNDER IGBO JUST LIKE ETCHE, OGUTA, OWERRI, ETC

simple question for you.. What is the origin of the Ika people? Concerning Rivers state, who were the ethnic groups there in pre-colonial era? In fact, why this sudden scramble for the South? Are your 5 States not enough?

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