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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 4:30pm On Jan 23
safarigirl:


Osimhen does not have a decision making problem in Napoli, heck, even Iwobi has belted a decent number of goals in Fulham, so, it boggles the mind why they suddenly forget how to play ball when they put on the Nigerian jersey.

You hit something very strange about this SE...."it boggles the mind why they suddenly forget how to play ball when they put on the Nigerian Jersey"

It very worrisome, dear. But I think the problem is from the state of the country. There is nothing to be prideful about representing Nigeria. These players are not very proud of wearing that Jersey, full stop!
Politics / Re: Asari Dokubo Said Igbos Are Indigenous Majority Of Rivers State VIDEO by IDENNAA(m): 2:01am On Jan 11
onumadu:
@LOVEALAIGBO

In my Nnewi Igbo (and most of Anambra sef) , we say Ehye.

This argument by these Ikwerre minions tells you how slow they are. Which language on planet earth does not have "yes"...obu ife nine ka aga ekwulu okwu ?

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Sports / Re: Falcon Player, Onome Ebi Makes Exciting Move To Join Israeli Club, Bnot Netanya by IDENNAA(m): 1:53am On Jan 11
megamank:
This woman Abi na matured girl should go and retire and go start a family she has done enough … she can start a coaching career for girls in schools ..

Honestly, she needs to retire and start a family. I respect her career and service to her country but she needs to retire from national football.

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Politics / Re: Asari Dokubo Said Igbos Are Indigenous Majority Of Rivers State VIDEO by IDENNAA(m): 12:06am On Jan 11
Whalis:

Igbo means forest in Yoruba
Igbogo means forest in Ikwerre.
Esuke means hiccups in Yoruba
Esuke means hiccups in Ikwerre
Kini means what in Yoruba
Kini means what in Ikwerre
Omi gbono means hot water in Yoruba
Mini gborogbo means hot water in Ikwerre
Now is ikwerre Yoruba?

What is this bikonu....

Aren't you aware Igbo and Yoruba has same origin.

I can list 100 words that has same etymology in both languages...

Igbo---Yoruba: pay attention to the etymology oga.

Cheru-Duro-wait
Onu-enu-mouth
Gbadaa-kpada--pertains to movement
Ulo-Ile--house
Ogede-Ogede-plantain....this can get to a thousand words. Una no get brain ??

Chrus

Cheru

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Politics / Re: Asari Dokubo Said Igbos Are Indigenous Majority Of Rivers State VIDEO by IDENNAA(m): 11:56pm On Jan 10
Nigercity:




Oga English, speaking part of west Africa is different from Englishmen!
When a British man says you are fromEnglish speaking part of Africa, he is not addressing you as a British man
And you wouldn't start telling him,that the Pidgin English you're speaking is Your own just that it's similar to his own

Now taking about annexation, why will igbos annex you? This is the insecurities that clowns your mind, not just you but plenty of your people!
There's no sea port in ikwerre land, neither is there anything thing of special interest your group has!

Now taking about language
They thing you call Igbo (central Igbo) is actually a language that developed (just like pidgin) from all Igbo languages
The similarities between ikwerre and what you call igbo, also exist between ngwa and Igbo, mbaise and Igbo, umuahia and Igbo, Nnewi and Igbo, no body owns the Igbo language to him or herself
The central Igbo just like pidgin is not learnt, you will just start to understand it naturally!

We the SE igbos migrated from different places and after a long time,the language developed

Ask yourself
Why is it
That no one calls akwaibom man Igbo? Dispute sharing boundaries with us, and plenty of them residing in South East cities?

With that being said
Ikwerre as they said is not Igbo!
Stop getting angry whenever you here Igbo speaking part of rivers, unless you drop the language

They know all these things you bother yourself to write here. They understand us when we speak and practice Igbo traditions. They are just too punked to accept their identity. These ssttupid examples they are using is intentional unless they have inferior comprehension

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Politics / Re: Asari Dokubo Said Igbos Are Indigenous Majority Of Rivers State VIDEO by IDENNAA(m): 11:52pm On Jan 10
waternogetemeny:


EVERY CLAN IN IGBO LAND HAVE THEIR OWN OGBAKOR.


U SOUND SO RIDICULOUS.

Sometimes I wonder if there are one intelligent man from Ikwerre land. Imagine using Ogbakor Ikwerre as a reason why they aren't Igbo. Chai... grin grin

I dont even think they are ready for conversation....like an infertile man whose ego wouldn't let him accept his condition....hehehe

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Politics / Re: Asari Dokubo Said Igbos Are Indigenous Majority Of Rivers State VIDEO by IDENNAA(m): 11:47pm On Jan 10
Nigercity:


There's no difference at all
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There are differences. I could tell an Imo, Ebonyi and Abia people by merely looking at them even before they say a word. Igbo people are diverse and the anthropologists who studied us identified us by looks. Anambra and Enugu are tall while Imo and Abia are more light skinned.
Politics / Re: Ikwerre People Protest Against Biafria On The Street Of London In 1968 by IDENNAA(m): 3:37am On Jan 09
Tranquill:


Even with your very long meaningless epistle, I can tell you something for free. IKWERRE WILL NEVER REGRET NOT BEING IN YOUR BIAFRA.

Igbo people were stealing Ikwerre people lands and allocating only to Igbos in perpetuity, immediately the British created and handed the defunct Eastern region to them. This intensified immediately Biafra was declared when they started to brazenly invade Ikwerre farmlands to claim ownership, and declaring them as ‘biafraland’ because they had guns and others didn’t. Many of these invasions were led by some Igbos who had hitherto, lived in the communities and doing menial jobs for the indigenes, who didn’t know they living with snakes. Today, the same people will be feeding their children with complete lies and half truths.

Ikwerre elites were killed and some incarcerated. Igbo people were renaming Ikwerre towns and villages using their control of government. 95% of the appointments were Igbos.

You think that making Ijaw to appear like Ikwerre enemy will make them want to become Igbo but it will not happen. Ikwerre along with the Ijaw and other minority ethnic groups in the defunct Eastern region had already started agitating to be seperated from Igbo people even before independence.

No one is going back to Golgotha!

This one is beyond redemption. Your only usefulness here is to keep regurgitating lies against Ndi Ndi Igbo.

Now, is this the Nigeria of your forbears dream...onuku Igala!

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 4:37pm On Jan 08
Koboko99:
We can’t even win pre tournament friendlies again. Imagine Guinea beating us 2-0. This is what happens when we employ the wrong personnel. Still wondering how Pinnick settle to JP after all his consultations. We left Rorh for JP. Frying pan to fire 🔥

Lol...didn't some people said SE are the favorite. You want to plant apples and pluck oranges.

The failure of the national team begins with having Tinubu as your President. Nothing good comes from criminality.

I will be shocked if SE makes it to semi finals.

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 4:28pm On Jan 08
JayromWrites:


What's my business with Reno?


What he does affects you as a Nigerian but I digress
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 2:34pm On Jan 08
elunico:


Just like you, I'm also a Jos guy, so I speak the language and know what Aboki means. You know that when used on the streets it connotes something negatively different.



The quote above was in English not Urohbo, so his explanation was dumb.

Agreeing with you, I've played football with some of them who were really rough, so, yes, there might be some reason why they usually don't go far.

And for someone like Komekn who claims to be civilized, cultured, a non-racist and even a victim of racism who accuses other people of bigotry, I just feel he's in a glasshouse throwing stones.

He was wrong in using the word in that context.

Again, northerners aren't good in soccer but they really love soccer.... grin grin
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 2:30pm On Jan 08
JayromWrites:


Nigha this is what you posted, lemme remind you since your dictionary of English words might have affected your ability to recall



Kindly explain what you meant by that

1. Plays like an Aboki

2. With No football intelligence and limited technical ability


Pray tell, else with your exposure and knowledge (seemingly) you just a lowly racist.

If you really want to see a tribalist then visit Reno Omokri's page on FB and see the daily insults he heaps of the Igbo people. His fan base are mostly Yorubas,few northerners and some Edo tribes.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 2:24pm On Jan 08
typicalgamer:

Bro Ahmed musa is needed on the team he’s as important as everyone else there

But not for the playing part they’re other areas that Ahmed musa covers well

I repeat not playing part

No he is not needed because he was never the charismatic Keshi nor Mikel, not a great player. His value is very less. He needs to stay the Bleep away from the SE.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 11:28am On Jan 08
elunico:


You complain about racism, yet, here you use a derogatory ethnic slur against Sadiq because you detest him.

You then go on to call Trump a racist. A fvcking hypocrite you are.

I wouldn't use the word "aboki" on the northern boys ,although it's not a bad word. Aboki actually means my friend. But ,northerners are not gifted in football. They are good runners but when it comes to technical abilities they are very poor. From Tijani Babangida, Ahmed Musa, Sani Kaita , Sanusi etc. They are tireless and good runners but that's just about it.

If I am looking for talents in Nigeria I wouldn't spend a lot of time in the north. The funny thing is they have great numbers in the age grade competition but not one has made any impact. The NFF kept pushing them into these under age teams but at the end, the southern boys always come ahead.

Side note: what is Ahmed Musa still doing in the team. The presence of Ahmed Musa in the team is a testament that Nigeria will never develop. Its a shame. Musa is not a Messi Ronaldo or even Kanu Nwankwo....it angers me.

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TV/Movies / Re: Rating And Review: War: Wrath And Revenge by IDENNAA(m): 6:18pm On Jan 05
citygarden:
The movie is interesting to watch, I will rate it 9/10. If you watched the movie you will understand some insecurity going on in the northern part of the country

I will give it 7.5/10. 9/10 is too much.
TV/Movies / Re: Rating And Review: War: Wrath And Revenge by IDENNAA(m): 5:31pm On Jan 05
safarigirl:


He thoroughly impressed me, and not just with his knowledge of the language, but with the accent as well.

A few of the other actors didn't quite hit the accent at times, and they would only remember themselves occasionally, but Patrick was consistent. He and Daniel Okosun were solid with intonation.

Rahama Sadau, Patrick Doyle, Mofe Duncan and Ifeanyi Kalu were impressive. This series is actually a continuation of the Sons of Caliphate. I never miss any northern film production. They have professionals unlike our Igbo Onicha and Asaba nollywood handling the production.

That beautiful girl Rahama Sadau is currently my favourite Nigerian actress. So classy

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 6:40pm On Jan 04
Papi85:
the response wasn’t for u bro, na one monicker named carot come insult me for simple argument wey we dey do then

Your coconut head deserves it sometimes. Thank God say I no know you in person...I for don pay agbero boys to visit you ,few years ago.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 1:35pm On Jan 04
Papi85:


Oga Olise is better abeg, very similar to Mahrez. Saka is too direct and boring to watch


Carry Saka go Palace if dem no convert am to LB mk I knw wetin cause am🤣🤣🤣🤣

You will see the best of Olise if he joins a big team. That boy is good


Saka is just left footed Jack Grealish 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Although they play the same wing and similar in style but I will never compare them. It's very difficult to compare them but I think Saka operates better in a tight space. Olise has the edge in dead ball and long range balls.

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 4:22pm On Dec 31, 2023
Kog45:
I never for once enjoy Lookman in eagles

He has not impressed in the SE colors to the expectations people have of him. He needs to be more committed.

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by IDENNAA(m): 2:06pm On Dec 31, 2023
LOOKMON is in a terrific form man! I am very proud of him. I believe LOOKMON has the stamina to play a central midfield. Anyways, the boy is quick, skillful and full of energy. His shots accuracy is impressive.

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Politics / Re: Allegations Of Tribalism Against Me & Nairaland by IDENNAA(m): 1:10pm On Dec 30, 2023
Seun ,listen to yourself. You are grossly unprofessional and ignorant. Your tone and use of language shows how ill equipped you are to run a public forum.
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 3:37pm On Dec 29, 2023
vanitybutiwanti:
you are the monkey, you're telling an ijaw man his history because historical accounts available on the Internet portrays the igbos as Slaves and Bush people cheesy grin

Which historical account ?? I am waiting
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 8:12am On Dec 29, 2023
Goodvibes007:

Even IPOB Ontario agrees with the Benin link

1. HISTORY OF ONITSHA
Onitsha Mmili was known as Ado N'Idu, it was founded by one of the sons of Chima, the founder of Issele-Uku kingdom in western Igboland. Chima, a prince of the ancient Benin kingdom emigrated, settled and founded what is now known as Issele-Uku in Aniocha North Local Government Area. The eldest son of Chima eventually emigrated across the Niger River to establish the Onitsha community. It is a town in South East Nigeria famed for its commerce, education and religious centre that lies beside the Niger.


https://ipobontario.ca/history-of-onitsha/

2. From the book of the lower Niger and its tribe, the author talks of connections between Onitsha and Benin.

Tsima = Chima

Where did this account validated your claims of Onicha being founded by Bini. Is Ezechima a Bini name.... grin

You posted something you didn't read ??

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Politics / Re: Storm As Ondo Activist Links Akeredolu's Problems To Marriage Into A Wrong Tribe by IDENNAA(m): 4:41am On Dec 29, 2023
accordadoga21:
Hehehe

Who marry OSu marry Wahala.

Awon omo ale jatijati

A s.ub-human like this one I quoted would still wish Nigeria success....Nigeria is a hopeless entity I swear

An animal kingdom

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Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 4:03am On Dec 29, 2023
saddler:


Write your own book and counter him.

Give more credible evidence and then we can start taking you serious.

There is no book to be written. All the research work is online. Stop being a reno omokri zo.mb.ie and read some that could benefit you.

Recommendation: The tribes of the lower Niger.
Good night
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 1:49am On Dec 29, 2023
azzima:
RENOOOOOO!!!!

MY GUY!!!!

He Kills dem with FACTS .......ANY DAY!!!!!


Really...Okay grin
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 1:49am On Dec 29, 2023
saddler:


Whipping sentiments and emotions doesn't win argument.

Nnamdi Azikwe the greatest politician of the igbo race that ever lived wrote a book tracing his ancestry to Benin.

On this subject, i think he is more credible than you.

So i believe him.

The great Zik's account wasn't based on research we work. Bini and Onicha has relationship at all. Who were these Bini people that founded Onicha... grin
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 12:17am On Dec 29, 2023
saddler:


Any document to buttress your point?

Reno seems right as his opinion agrees with what Nnamdi Azikwe wrote about Onitsha

Of course, to an ethnic bigot Reno is correct as long as he said something offensive about the Igbo....but you cant destroy the facts which are staring you in the face.....ouch!
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 12:15am On Dec 29, 2023
Tjra:
Igbo enslaved people built the Great Wall of Benin and its moats.

shocked

Igbo from where? Is it western or eastern Igbo ? Abi you dont know.... grin
Politics / Re: GEJ's Former Adviser, Reno Omokri, Answers A Fan's Question About Onitsha by IDENNAA(m): 12:14am On Dec 29, 2023
saddler:


Any document to buttress your point?

Reno seems right as his opinion agrees with what Nnamdi Azikwe wrote about Onitsha

Onicha were Igbo from time immemorial and Owelle of Onicha is not a historian. Therefore, we look up to historians with empirical research to explain things to us. You cant say you founded my fathers land without firstly showing evidences of how and when it happened.

If I suddenly opened my mouth and claimed I founded Sokoto which is populated by non Igbo then I would have to show strong evidence to that effect.

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