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Politics / Re: Has Buhari Succeeded In Uniting Nigerians Or Dividing The Country? by naijaking1: 2:31am On Dec 11, 2019
'Uniting Nigeria' and the word Buhari can't be used in the same sentence!

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Politics / Re: Ippis Enrollment: ASUU Slams Agf, Ahmed Idris, Says He Couldn't Pass Ican Exam by naijaking1: 2:01am On Dec 09, 2019
Inability to pass any standardized exam is the only qualification required for serving in Buhari government.
I wonder why
Religion / Re: Shiloh 2019: Bird Drops Dead Inside Faith Tabernacle by naijaking1: 10:56pm On Dec 08, 2019
Nigerians and stuuupiditty.
Birds drop from the air all the time, why the superstition about this one

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Travel / Re: Two Uber Vehicles Rolled Over In Collision In Lagos, RRS Came To The Rescue by naijaking1: 8:34pm On Dec 07, 2019
naijadrivablog:
Officers of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of Lagos State Police Command rescued and administered first aid to 3 of the 8 occupants of
two UBER vehicles that rolled over in collision simultaneously at Ogudu Alapere on their way to the Lagos Island around 3:00 a.m today.

LASEMA arrived later to assist the victims. No life was lost in the accident.

Recall that in 2017, the former Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode handed over no fewer than 150 First Aid Kits to the operatives of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos State Command, so as to administer First Aid to victims of emergencies. Over 380 officers of the RRS had been trained by the State Government on accident scene safety, controlling bleeding, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and moving accident victims.

See photos:

Source: https://naijadriva.wordpress.com/2019/12/07/two-uber-vehicles-rolled-over-in-collision-in-lagos-rrs-came-to-the-rescue/


What sort of training do we give to RRS people?
The 3rd picture shows a victim with obvious brain injury with the facial droop and lateral gaze. And he doesn't even bother to lay her flat to project for possible spinal cord injury. Sad, very sad
Politics / Re: Orjiuzo Kalu Deserves It by naijaking1: 8:30pm On Dec 07, 2019
Orji Kalu maybe Igbo, but he was never an Igbo governor serving Igbo interests. He was serving the interest of the powers that placed him in office. As the chicken comes homes to roost, Igbo vagabonds like Okorocha needs to be ready for his own!
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 8:19pm On Dec 01, 2019
LegendHero:


The below are the wording on that site. No place in the whole writeup mentioned Ikoyi prison. Or am I the one that is visually impaired coz now it's starting to seems like you are trolling me! Also you should answer my question from my earlier post.

"""Going back in history, there has been a controversial discussion as to the exact person that released Chief Obafemi Awolowo from prison. Chief Awolowo is an Icon who played a major movement towards Nigeria’s Independent in the 90s.

In other to buttress the point that General Gowon released Chief Awolowo, a video has been seen which shows General Gowon escorting Awolowo out of prison on August 3, 1966.

See Video Below;

Chief Awolowo was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in 1963 after being found guilty of conspiracy to overthrow the government of Nigeria but was however released in August 1966.

There is the popular narrative that it was Ojukwu who released Chief Awolowo from prison in 1966, while there is the other narrative which speculated that it was General Yakubu Gowon.

According to reports, General Gowon took over the government as the Head of State on August 1, 1966, while Chief Awolowo got released on August 3, 1966, about 2 days after Gowon took over the government. """


Hear Ojukwu's word. Like him or hate him, just think about facts of the matter for now.

http://republicreporters.com/ojukwu-released-awolowo-from-calabar-jail-i-released-awolowo-from-jail-even-that-some-people-are-beginning-to-contest-as-well-awo-was-in-jail-in-calabar-gowon-knows-and-the-whole-of-the-federal/

Awolowo's book never really answered the question about who directly released him.
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 8:16pm On Dec 01, 2019
LegendHero:


The below are the wording on that site. No place in the whole writeup mentioned Ikoyi prison. Or am I the one that is visually impaired coz now it's starting to seems like you are trolling me! Also you should answer my question from my earlier post.

"""Going back in history, there has been a controversial discussion as to the exact person that released Chief Obafemi Awolowo from prison. Chief Awolowo is an Icon who played a major movement towards Nigeria’s Independent in the 90s.

In other to buttress the point that General Gowon released Chief Awolowo, a video has been seen which shows General Gowon escorting Awolowo out of prison on August 3, 1966.

See Video Below;

Chief Awolowo was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in 1963 after being found guilty of conspiracy to overthrow the government of Nigeria but was however released in August 1966.

There is the popular narrative that it was Ojukwu who released Chief Awolowo from prison in 1966, while there is the other narrative which speculated that it was General Yakubu Gowon.

According to reports, General Gowon took over the government as the Head of State on August 1, 1966, while Chief Awolowo got released on August 3, 1966, about 2 days after Gowon took over the government. """


Video was captioned: Releasing Awolowo from prison. Do you doubt it too?
If it had said receiving Awolowo who had just been released, it would be case closed, but for some odd reasons, Gowon and the promoters of this forgery wants to show the World how he released Awo from prison.

BTW, I like the prison uniform, the small room, and the environment. Good imaginary.
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 8:10pm On Dec 01, 2019
Nice video! Well orchestrated indeed. But, what prison is Gowon "releasing" Awo from? It's certainly not Calabar prison.
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 8:04pm On Dec 01, 2019
LegendHero:


@ the first bolded, Can you provide the sources to one of such propaganda? Just give one source!

Bro let us both subject this to reason and treat this as an academic exercise. Also remember in this argument, no victor no vanquished!

Sorry to say, you are confusing yourself and you are making your emotion to do the work instead of your reasoning faculty. Please try to calm down and review your writings again to see the truth.

In January 15th 1966, the military coup happened and Ironsi became head of state.
in January 17th 1966, Ojukwu was installed as the military governor of Eastern region.
in July 28, 1966 the counter coup that ousted Ironsi happened and he was kidnapped
in August 1, 1966 Gowon became the head of state (Just 3 days after the coup)
in August 3, 1966 Gowon released Awolowo and other prisoners.
on May 30, 1967 Ojukwu declared Biafra (Almost a year after the release of Awolowo)

Based on the above timeline of events, why do you make your second bolded statement? Was Ojukwu already controlling the airforce and army of the rebel biafra in August 3rd 1966? Do we even have any nation called Biafra in August 3rd 1966?


https://www.herald.ng/awolowo-prison-gowon-ojukwu/


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See Video of Gowon Releasing Awolowo From Prison in 1966
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 7:37pm On Dec 01, 2019
LegendHero:


Is it that you have made it a full-time job to frustrate my life or you are going through some personal issues and thought about dealing with someone online with propaganda?

@the bolded, Where are you seeing Ikoyi prison in all this matter? Have you ever been admitted to Ikoyi prison or you have someone working there? You keep shouting Ikoyi prison when nothing from all the evidences point to any Ikoyi.

This is the summary "Awolowo was flown from calabar prison, arrived in a convoy of military men to Gowon office in Dodan Barracks where Gowon received him and they spoke for approx. 10 minutes".

Also why should the supreme military leader fly to Calabar to release him when he can just command and it will be done? Do Buhari need to fly to the prison where Dasuki is being held before he can release him?

My brother, trust me, I am not here to frustrate your life. I believe that you have been educated rather wrongly about the sequence of events, because I wondered why the release of Awo should be such a big deal. It's one of those historical events that are now fading until you began a series publications to rather distort history in real time. No matter the amount of press assembled by Gowon, no matter the background he staged as a publicity stunt, the real questions are begging for answers.

Some earlier propaganders of falsehood had postulated several times that Gowon released Awo from Ikoyi prison, because they forgot some people still remember that Awo was actually held in Calabar prison. And like yourself, when challenged they always do the 3 things they teach in law schools about arguments: 1. Hit the facts. 2. Hit your opponent. 3. If 1& 2 fail, just hit the table!

Your example about Buhari ordering release of Dasuki is not a good example, but I am beginning to concede that maybe you didn't even know about the reason for the civil war in the first place. Once again, and despite all you have been told, Gowon had no capacity, no domain, no muscle, no power, no zip to do anything in the rebel Biafra, not rule, not command any army, police, airforce, or prison services to do any of his commands. He was not recognized as their ruler by the Biafrans for 3 years!!! Anybody coming to any major eastern city like Calabar with a directive from Gowon could have been killed instantly!

Again, Ojukwu released Awo, and he first went home to Ikenne, and from there Gowon came into the scene.
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 7:03pm On Dec 01, 2019
LegendHero:


Nawa o. I even regretted replying him the first time. How would any sane person talk about an independent Biafra in August 1966 when the counter coup that ousted Ironsi was just just <6 days earlier.


Not sure that you slept well, because your points are now even more convoluted as ever. No regrets having a logical argument anytime, but if you prefer, then go to your tribal parapo with the likes of T9sky or whatever, and feed off of each others ignorance and hatred.
However, once you come here to push a an absurd theory that doesn't hold water, then someone, hopefully will shoot you down.

If Gowon had sway over Calabar prison at that time, don't you think he would have gone to Calabar, and staged a big and real "Awolowo Releasing Party", instead of faking it at Ikoyi prison?

Think about about it, no matter how sick the truth makes you feel. Just think!
Politics / Re: The Pains Of Lagos To Onitsha Travellers, I.G Must Hear This by naijaking1: 6:51pm On Dec 01, 2019
Kapilta:
alas someone with sense. They always complain, must always have a reason to complain. Smh. They complain of highway robbers, complain about fulanis kidnapping them on the highway, they are still here complaining about check points again which is obviously meant to protect the highways. It's not as if, the corrupt officers will ask them(the travellers) money, it's the drivers that will pay it all if the officers should ask for bribe at the end.

So what exactly is these peoples' problem in life? Or are they just wired to "complan" every seconds of their life?

Too much bitterness in them.

So apart from enjoying uniformed armed services extorting money from hapless drivers all over the south at every 100 meters on the highway, what else are you enjoying about about your sweet and lovely government?
Regular electricity?
Good roads, oh yes, you don't want any complaints about that too.
Better health care?
Standard schools, and educational system?
Oh, how about adequate employment for the youths

Don't complan, because everything is alright!
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 12:03am On Dec 01, 2019
LegendHero:


The bolded statement showed you are either a secondary school student or you’re just purposely ignorant.

What do you mean Ojukwu ruling independent Biafra? Awolowo was released August 3rd 1966, just 4-5 days after the counter coup that killed Ironsi.

Ojukwu declared Biafra in 1967, so what the bleep do you mean by Ojukwu ruling independent Biafra.

The more you guys reply, the more am shamed of your eduction. Is this the level of knowledge the whole Igbos on this forum can provide to defend Ojukwu?

Like I did for your other kinsmen. I will not reply you again too coz I’m even tired of responding to craps.

Goodbye bro and have a nice night!

Bolded?
What bolded?
Maybe your spam generator has gone bad.

You want to change the argument that Ojukwu and easterners declared themselves independent from Nigeria? Is that what the argument is going to be now?
Whether you agreed or not for the independence of Biafra, that was objective of the war, and Biafra lost. We all know that.

Now to come here and claim that you did not know why Biafra fought Nigeria, and ask what I meant by Ojukwu ruling an independent Biafra is not only incoherent, but ignorant of your own basic facts.

Once again, and for you and your failing tribal politicians: Awolowo was jailed in Calabar city prison. Calabar city was under the control of Ojukwu, and Gowon NEVER went to Calabar to "release Awo while it was controlled by Biafrans.

Now, go to sleep, and hopefully wake up with better argument! And stop posting made up historical information without even a common sense logic to it in the future, you hear?

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Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 10:58pm On Nov 30, 2019
LegendHero:


God save you I was asleep when you were writing all this crap.

The way you talk, I can deduce that you have been pierced by the truth such that you’re gallivanting over the thread and typing absolute nonsense.

Provide just one evidence to buttress any of your claim about Ojukwu releasing him or SHUT up forever like your other mate have done.

People online here are not dumb, we don’t discuss beer parlor gists and we are not an appendage of IPOB.

Even in the court of law, you gotta provide evidence to prove your facts.

Evidence we need is the one showing that Gowon's federal government busted into Calabar prison, freed Awolowo, and brought him to Ikoyi prison. If you have no evidence to show a forcible military action, maybe a letter, or an agreement with Ojukwu the ruler of the then independent Biafra, including Calabar prison at that time, asking for the release of Awolowo, then you convince nobody!

Imagine where a British prisoner was held in Berlin during the WWII, released by German authorities, taken to London, and then Churchill is celebrating "releasing" the prisoner from jail
You not only believe this untenable scenario, but you're wasting bandwidth posting orchestrated press releases to mark release of the prisoner in London.

Receiving a prisoner in Lagos is not the same as releasing that prisoner in Lagos.
Give me a break!

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Politics / Re: All In One Solar Street Light For Constituency Project , 60watts by naijaking1: 10:02pm On Nov 30, 2019
Enugu location?
Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 12:00pm On Nov 29, 2019
LegendHero:


This was Gowon saying he released Awolowo when he visited Awo’s wife in Ikenne.

https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/191679-why-i-released-awolowo-from-prison-gowon.html

Do you think Gowon is stupid to lie in the front of Mrs. Awolowo about releasing her husband?

Mind you this is the last time I will respond to you. I don’t spoon feed adult.

You're a big time victim of Ojukwu/Gowon publicity b.s
Facing facts here, ask yourself why Awolowo was purportedly released from "Ikoyi prison' in camera while he was actually held in Calabar?
Did Gowon have control of federal facilities in the east at the end of July 1966.
When Awolowo petitioned Ironsi in July 1966, it set off a frenzy between Ojukwu and Gowon about who would get credit for releasing him. Ojukwu released Awo at the end of July, but it took a few days for Awo to get to Ikenne, and then Lagos where Gowon staged the publicity stunt of the release on camera.
Awolowo was not the only federal prisoner released by Ojukwu.
Ever wondered why Awolowo never addressed the release issue openly when he was alive?

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Politics / Re: RE: A More ABSOLUTELY Convincing Evidence To Show Gowon Released Chief Awolowo by naijaking1: 12:05am On Nov 29, 2019
Please educate yourselves.

http://republicreporters.com/ojukwu-released-awolowo-from-calabar-jail-i-released-awolowo-from-jail-even-that-some-people-are-beginning-to-contest-as-well-awo-was-in-jail-in-calabar-gowon-knows-and-the-whole-of-the-federal/


Ojukwu Released Awolowo From Calabar Jail,QED:”I released Awolowo from jail. Even that, some people are beginning to contest as well. Awo was in jail in Calabar. Gowon knows and the whole of the federal establishment knows that at no point was Gowon in charge of the East..”–Odumegwu Ojukwu New York[RR] Awka–In this interview with Rudolf […]


By Republic Reporters New York2014/09/24 10:40 PM


Ojukwu Released Awolowo From Calabar Jail,QED:”I released Awolowo from jail. Even that, some people are beginning to contest as well. Awo was in jail in Calabar. Gowon knows and the whole of the federal establishment knows that at no point was Gowon in charge of the East..”–Odumegwu Ojukwu

New York[RR] Awka–In this interview with Rudolf Okonkwo, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu categorically said that he released Awolowo from Calabar prison, he added, that Gowon and all federal establishment knows that Gowon was at no time in charge of the East, Republic Reporters gathered.

Mr. Okonkwo troubled by multiple argument font and back with S’West and East, pointedly asked Ojukwu whether there was a meeting, “Did the meeting take place, and was there such an agreement?’. Ojukwu response was that, he indeed released Awolowo from Calabar Prison house.

Hear Ojukwu speak for himself:
“We’ve said this over and over again, so many times, and people don’t understand; they don’t want to actually. If you remember, I released Awolowo from jail. Even that, some people are beginning to contest as well. Awo was in jail in Calabar. Gowon knows and the whole of the federal establishment knows that at no point was Gowon in charge of the East. The East took orders from me. Now, how could Gowon have released Awolowo who was in Calabar? Because of the fact that I released him, it created quite a lot of rapport between Awo and myself and I know that before he went back to Ikenne, I set up a hotline between Ikenne and my bedroom in Enugu. He tried like an elder statesman to find a solution. Awolowo is a funny one. Don’t forget that the political purpose of the coup, the Ifeajuna coup that began all this, was to hand power over to Awo. We young men respected him a great deal. He was a hero.

Ojukwu, added, “I thought he was a hero and certainly I received him when I was governor. We talked and he was very vehement when he saw our complaints and he said that if the Igbos were forced out by Nigeria that he would take the Yorubas out also. I don’t know what anybody makes of that statement but it is simple. Whether he did or didn’t, it is too late. There is nothing you can do about it. So, he said this and I must have made some appropriate responses too. But it didn’t quite work out the way that we both thought. Awolowo, evidently, had a constant review of the Yoruba situation and took different path. That’s it. I don’t blame him for it. I have never done. he said.

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Politics / Re: What A White Man Had Say About Air Peace by naijaking1: 4:18am On Nov 24, 2019
cliffbecks:
The Federal government need to stand up for his citizens , enough of this white man bullshit .

Nigerians arise and don't kill your own .

Agree with you!
Air Peace makes flights competitive in Nigeria. Imagine where only mostly US and European airlines only ply Nigeria
Celebrities / Re: I Am Proud Of My Bow Legs - Annie Idibia Silences A Body-Shamer by naijaking1: 10:19pm On Nov 17, 2019
jotey:
Annie Idibia silences a body-shamer. Says she is proud of her bowleg.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B49JwOUAWSD/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

No such thing as natural bow legs as people have tried to say.
It's called vitamin deficiency when you're under 12. An orthopedist could have straightened those things out easily.
Health / Re: Male Nurse Takes Delivery Of Baby With Cord Around The Neck In Keke Napep (Pics) by naijaking1: 4:51pm On Nov 17, 2019
Mrop:
A Male nurse has taken delivery of a baby with its cord around the neck in a Keke Napep (tricycle) after an undisclosed hospital denied care of the mother in Lagos, praizenews report.

The male nurse, Edeaghe Jeremiah Oyakhilome swung into action after he heard the cry of people in the neighbourhood when a woman in a keke napep went into labour, he had to take delivery of the baby whose cord was round the neck single-handedly.

According to the twitter user who broke the news, He wrote;


https://twitter.com/El_PrisciTO/status/1194855955185520640?s=19

The incident was recounted by El_PrisciTO on his social media page.Thankfully, mother and child are doing very fine.

From Praizenews ; http://www.praizenews.com/male-nurse-takes-delivery-of-baby-with-cord-around-neck-in-keke-napep-photos/


If you believe this roadside delivery was performed as shown in the perfect delivery room OR note, and that the pictures are indeed reflective of the situation as described, then I have a plot of land to sell you in Florida.
Unfortunately, no one could verify it before hitting front page. Everybody beware!
Politics / Re: Great Recovery Of South-East After Nigerian Civil War by naijaking1: 4:43pm On Nov 17, 2019
aishauju:
Thanks to God for ending the Nigerian Civil War and uniting Nigeria again. Kudos to the elders that saw to the peaceful resolution of Nigeria.
The South-East lost many or almost everything during the civil war: these include: education, businesses, career, wealth, people, peace and so on; but with perseverance, diligence, hardwork, dedication and so on, it is now one of the prosperous regions who have met up with the education, businesses, wealth, career and people in Nigeria. It is also doing well in other aspects of life. It is also an oviously rich region.

Thanks to God for such.

Lesson: Never give up, you can rise again.

Please tell us that you really don't know that one of the biggest frauds in Nigeria was reconstructing the west while the war damage was in the east!

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Politics / Re: Why Did The British Favour The Fulani So Much by naijaking1: 3:26am On Nov 17, 2019
Osaze007:
I was just wondering
What is middlebelt today wasn’t North it was for west and east
Also if you look at fight for independence you see mainly Yoruba Igbo Niger delta
But when it was time to hand over power Na Fulani Dem give

During civil war Fulani enjoyed British support
During military rule same thing

So any reasons for this particular phenomenon

Also shame on zik and Awo for not working together
If they did Nigeria would have been built into an equitable union not the one they were antagonist against each other

A little education leads to a little information.
A little information leads to a little knowledge
A Little knowledge leads to a little more question
A little more question leads to people calling you Igboman
A little after that, they call you Biafran
..and then you'll soon be sounding like Nnamdi Kalu!

Is it not better just keep your ignorance, and hatred for Igbos?

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Politics / Re: Caption This Picture For Fun by naijaking1: 1:53am On Nov 17, 2019
I'm coming back to get more tonight, just get everything ready for me as usual.
Politics / Re: - by naijaking1: 12:45pm On Nov 13, 2019
Khd95:
audio plan

before these plans will come to life, maybe 5000AD grin grin

...and after the Hausa Fulani people are done with you!

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Crime / Re: Man Kills His Wife In Obowo, Imo State (Graphic Photos) by naijaking1: 12:41pm On Nov 13, 2019
Is there no limit to which gory images can be shown on NL?
Moderator, please.

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Politics / Re: Hate Speech Offenders To ‘Die By Hanging’ Bill By Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi by naijaking1: 3:07am On Nov 13, 2019
Any speech could be hate speech, depending on the interpreter.
These people should read history books.
From Roman and Greek blasphemy laws to Massachusetts burning of perceived witches spewing hate in the 1600s, now all of a sudden some Nigerians have actually come up with the same historical stupidity?

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Politics / Re: Demolishing Oyo Torture Centre Will Be Terrible – Oyo Muslims Warn Makinde by naijaking1: 11:56pm On Nov 10, 2019
tartar9:

Why still demolish the building even after the activities has been stopped undecided
That doesn't make sense.
Unless the structure was illegally built,the governor simply has no right to do so.

Demolishing the building is not enough, the proprietors should be locked up too

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Politics / Re: Demolishing Oyo Torture Centre Will Be Terrible – Oyo Muslims Warn Makinde by naijaking1: 7:02pm On Nov 10, 2019
Rehabilitation is a medical specialty that should not be run from a religious point of view, but by trained medical professionals. this is 2019, not 1600 AD.
Good job Gov Makinde!

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Politics / Re: South Africa's Navy Can Sink 60% Of Nigeria's Surface Fleet In Less Than An Hour by naijaking1: 7:52pm On Nov 09, 2019
Just wait and see how many minutes to would take Nigeria to use juju sink all South African fleet!
Politics / Re: Like P&ID, Like Accugas? Nigeria In Trouble Over Another Sloppy Gas Deal by naijaking1: 5:47am On Oct 30, 2019
Corruption, stupidity, and illiteracy: na the same thing!
Politics / Re: Soldier Begs Churches To Pray For Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram. See Reactions by naijaking1: 12:30am On Oct 30, 2019
Prayer cost plenty money.
When will the churches and mosques get their budgetary allowances from the army?
Politics / Re: SE Might Not Even Smell VP In PDP by naijaking1: 2:18pm On Oct 27, 2019
Unbiased1:
This Osaze op is clearly obsessed with Igbo matter. All his thread are just to spite Ndigbo.
My people just allow him do the worrying for us.

He wishes he had been born Igbo!
But, no way. Like people with similar name, he sees Igbos in his dream every night!
Let him keep praying and working harder to uplift himself, maybe in his next life, God would have mercy and make him Igbo.

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