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Food / Re: Learn How To Cook Party Jollof Rice Here by Probz(m): 9:10pm On Apr 22
Secret things.
Culture / Re: Why Do Young Igbos Hide In The UK? by Probz(m): 10:42pm On Apr 21
correctyourself:


Maybe they're looking for the key of Biafra gate.

A lot of them aren’t clued up on Biafra.

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Culture / Re: Why Do Young Igbos Hide In The UK? by Probz(m): 10:33am On Apr 17
statesman37:


Please what do you mean by HIDING? Is it that they don't associate themselves with Ndi Igbo or ?

Yes.

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Culture / Why Do Young Igbos Hide In The UK? by Probz(m): 12:29am On Apr 17
Discussion worth having at a time when anti-Igbo sentiments are on the increase and OKWU ID (young Igbo platform based in London) raised a good point about this.

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Culture / Re: Igbos Were The Rulers Of England Circa 1600 by Probz(m): 7:26am On Apr 16
Apparently he’s right.

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Culture / Re: Origin Of The Word " Oyibo".. by Probz(m): 6:49am On Apr 16
goalernestman:


there is noting like nri kingdom i can prove it to you if they give me the first 5 king of the kingdom, because a kingdom without a king is not a kingdom

the oldest kingdom in igbo is aunicha and agbor and asaba this people can tell you the name of their first king till date, so how can you say a kingdom that was larger than this 3 kingdom above have no king.

if it have they should submit the first 5 king

Nothing like Nri Kingdom? That right?

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Food / Re: 70% Of Nigerians Cook And Eat Rice Every Sunday. by Probz(m): 10:35pm On Apr 14
Bruno3000:
me I hate d rice. #teamswallow

Onye Igbo?

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Food / Re: 70% Of Nigerians Cook And Eat Rice Every Sunday. by Probz(m): 6:52pm On Apr 14
Only 70%?

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Travel / Re: Tricycle Rams Into Truck In Ibadan, UI Student Dead, Two Injured As (Pics) by Probz(m): 12:25am On Apr 13
Amuluonyenaego:
AFONJAS and bitters drink like bro and sister....... rip

People died for God’s sake.

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Politics / Re: Junaid Mohammed: South Should Forget 2023 Presidency by Probz(m): 2:17am On Apr 08
Enemyofpeace:
that is true because the people of SE like akpu, okpa and gari, while those of SW like Jollof rice, chicken, fried plantain, fried egg, toasted bread and tea

Who told you Igbos no dey chop jollof and plantain?

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Culture / Re: Non-linguistic Differences Between Ndi Ikwerre And Other Igbo Subgroups by Probz(m): 9:36pm On Apr 07
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Culture / Non-linguistic Differences Between Ndi Ikwerre And Other Igbo Subgroups by Probz(m): 2:02am On Apr 07
As the title says. How similar are elements of culture other than language (e.g., food, church affiliation) between Ikwerres and mainstream Igbos?
Food / Re: Foods From Other Tribes You Love by Probz(m): 1:46am On Apr 06
Ondo State food in general (Yoruba). For obvious reasons.

Suya
Dan wake
Ibibio/Efik vegetable soups
Efo riro
Banga soup

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European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Southampton Vs Liverpool (1 - 3) On 5th April 2019 by Probz(m): 1:19am On Apr 06
Up Scousers.
Food / Re: Name The Food You Hate, But Other People Like Eating It by Probz(m): 11:33am On Apr 05
Efostick:
Anything with onions in it.

Onions are the base of most dishes.
Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 12:28am On Apr 05
Sirjamo:
I respect the Ooni and I don't hate the Igbo race, but this relics by the King does not make any sense to me.

How can anyone say that the Igbo that I know started making money long before the ancient Greeks, the Jews, the Arabs, the Romans, the English.....

With due respect sir, this is absolute Balderdash!

Because not every African has an inferiority complex.

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Culture / Re: Ooni of Ife on ‘tree of life’ shared root between Yorubas and Igbos by Probz(m): 12:26am On Apr 05
Omnibus:
Keep spreading false information

Out.

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Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 11:25pm On Apr 04
Sakamaje:


Look madam or guy. It is your prerogative to choose to believe he Ooni if it fits the narrative that suits you. You can't impose that on me or any other person that can see through his fib. Ooni once said that Benin is Yoruba territory, that Adam and Eve were created in Ife/,and now he says Jews are Igbo descendants. You canchoose to believe all of that but some of us aren't so stupid. undecided

Some of us aren’t so tribalistic or envious.

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Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 11:01pm On Apr 04
Sakamaje:


You are free to believe him, but that doesn't make his statements true. He obviously fabricated this history because it has no historical basis. undecided

And how much of original African history does have an historical basis?

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Family / Re: Tee Nsofor: Nigerian Intersex Lady Receives Support As She Comes Out by Probz(m): 11:00pm On Apr 04
midnighter:


So you agree with the premise that God didnt make any mistake?

No. And even if I did that’s irrelevant from the point I was trying to communicate to the person I actually quoted.

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Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 10:56pm On Apr 04
IMAliyu:

A white man was still the one that came up with the "out of Africa" theory, so don't come and be talking of whitewashing.
Now as for the claim that Jews decended from igbos or vice versa, I have no opinion and I will wait for tangible proof and studies, but if go back through history far enough everyone is related in form or another.

If only there weren’t such a dearth of African history in the literature. That’s why it’s good not to be too bookish and objective about Afro history.

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Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 10:55pm On Apr 04
Sakamaje:


Not necessarily. Just that this man seems to have a penchant for cooking up stuff. Igbo commercial renown is a relatively recent phenomenon. Before Nigeria came to be/precolonial period there was nothing like an 'Igbo race' as we have come to know it today. IG o clans weren't as enterprising as Igbo's are j own to be today. Yoruba history doesn't have records of contact between them and Igbos the way it did with -Hausa-Fulani, Benin, Mali, and he likes. So where did he get his tales from? Obviously it's fabricated.

Only those with a third eye will see it.

Ooni’s absolutely correct.

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Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 10:45pm On Apr 04
tinny898:
I thought they said this man has stopped talking weed angry

Jealousy’s a greater root than money of all evil.

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Culture / Re: Ooni Of Ife: The Igbo Race Is First In The World To Discover, Nurture Wealth by Probz(m): 10:43pm On Apr 04
Sakamaje:
So it is the jews that are Igbo, and not the other way round? Interesting historical spin.. This man seems to cook up his own history.

You that whitewashed that you don’t believe a Caucasoid race can spring from negroes?

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Celebrities / Re: Motunrayo Anikulapo Kuti Slams Man Who Said Davido Is A Better Singer Than Fela by Probz(m): 10:42pm On Apr 04
RedboneSmith:
Okay, her reaction is funny. Sensitive much?

I believe that Fela is much more of an iconic figure than Davido will ever be. But there's this thing called personal opinion. This matter is too little to be unfollowing/unfriending people over.

There are people running around saying Beyoncé is better than Michael Jackson. And I am like, Okay, cool, your opinion, mehn. As an ardent MJ fan I'd find it ridiculous cutting someone off because they think B is better than MJ. It just makes no sense.

We share that Michael Jackson love.

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Family / Re: Tee Nsofor: Nigerian Intersex Lady Receives Support As She Comes Out by Probz(m): 10:41pm On Apr 04
midnighter:


God created a perfect world

Sin came into the world and with it famine, disease and the rest

The consequence of sin entered into natural laws

People suffer genetic imperfections and diseases as a result

The same way crops fail and floods and hurricanes kill thousands of babies and young children who have not committed any crime

Whatever premise you take it from people are born with biological flaws. Hermaphroditism isn’t separate in that regard and that’s what ignorant Nigerians don’t understand yet.

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Family / Re: Tee Nsofor: Nigerian Intersex Lady Receives Support As She Comes Out by Probz(m): 9:36pm On Apr 04
Ezyp:

God doesn't make mistake. This defect could be as a result from the mother(especially women that smokes) or the father or both.

Why are people born with severe congenital defects and malformations if your opening premise holds true, hm?

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Family / Re: Tee Nsofor: Nigerian Intersex Lady Receives Support As She Comes Out by Probz(m): 9:34pm On Apr 04
Kokaine:
wait... Does it mean she has an actively developed male and female organ? Is that possible at all

Clearly it is.

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Family / Re: Tee Nsofor: Nigerian Intersex Lady Receives Support As She Comes Out by Probz(m): 4:46pm On Apr 04
positivelord:
if your physical Instruments is female then you are female...well since the word Lesbian attracts some jail terms,she cleverly use Intersex..

I tire for this forsaken country.

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Family / Re: Tee Nsofor: Nigerian Intersex Lady Receives Support As She Comes Out by Probz(m): 4:39pm On Apr 04
Jcole1985:
With that level of Ugliness,you are free to be whatever you like,Fagggot claiming Bullshit angry we will even welcome you among the male folks cus ladies don't look that ugly

Being intersex is an organic bodily thing. It’s not a nonsense identity label.

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Culture / Re: Which Tribe Cooks The Best And Worst Jollof Rice In Nigeria by Probz(m): 1:01am On Apr 04
Igbos followed by western Deltans and Kalabiris. Yorubas for party jollof.

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Investment / Re: MenzGold: 15 Persons Die As Ponzi Scheme Crashes In Ghana by Probz(m): 12:02am On Apr 04
mykelswa:
grin grin

Funny that lives have been lost, is it?

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