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Culture / Re: Nsibiri: The Pre-colonial Writing Of The South Eastern People by Roseart: 12:52am On Mar 08, 2015
nina161:
Nsibidi originated from the Ekoi/Ejagham people of Cross River state in Nigeria. It spread to parts of Igbo land from this area. Igbos should stop misintepreting history to assert themselves as a progressive tribe.
Sadly, the Ekois are a minority tribe in danger of extinction. Most of them don't even know their Bantu origin or speak their language. As a result, the Igbos are yet to be corrected on this issue.

1st:
Nsibidi's origin is generally attributed to the Ekoi people of southern Nigeria. Alternatively J. K. Macgregor claimed in 1909 that it is traditionally said to have come from the Uguakima, Ebe or Uyanga tribes of the Igbo people, which legend says were taught the script by baboons,[3] although one writer believes Macgregor had been misled by his informants.[6]

2: I believe the word you are looking for is not "progressive" but "advanced". But who knows when it comes to people like you who have Igbophobia. And mind you the Aztecs had aquaducts and didn't have a form of w

3: If you are not even bothered to get off your lazy behind and read the first page of this thread it's okay not to comment. You look less ignorant and prejudice that way

Lastly:

If you care so much why are you not reviving it yourself since you have taken the Ekoi plight to heart? This guy who is doing this is actually doing something worthwhile, while you on the other hand...yeah doing pretty much nothing.
Culture / Re: Nsibiri: The Pre-colonial Writing Of The South Eastern People by Roseart: 3:12am On Feb 09, 2013
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Culture / Re: Nsibiri: The Pre-colonial Writing Of The South Eastern People by Roseart: 3:09am On Feb 09, 2013
Igbo Dialect Map


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Culture / Re: Nsibiri: The Pre-colonial Writing Of The South Eastern People by Roseart: 3:06am On Feb 09, 2013
Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 1:28am On Feb 06, 2013
aurenflani:

And igbos complain of hatred when they are so uncouth and barbaric. Imagine they cannot answer a question without abusing the other party!

A baboon agreeing with a baboon why am I not surprised. grin
Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 1:27am On Feb 06, 2013
truth4meal: abeg go back to skool - I wuld ve recommended u go study ur "govt" but ur illiteracy can only be cured with "social studies". #primary 4 onibonje for social studies

I'm being lectured by a monkey to lazy to type out the three letter word "you" bastard with no shame. You are not texting your friends monkey, you are on a forum keep up.
Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 1:23am On Feb 06, 2013
take dat: Stop conflicting yourself, I only made mention of US where "retired military general" ended up as president, referencing that former generals can aspire to become president and that there are other countries where military rulers eventually became civilian president. Unlike you who wrote "Only in Nigeria is a military ruler a top candidate". Go back to my post to clarify your foolishness.

Have former military rulers been barred from contesting in Nigeria? No, so why use examples of other countries to judge Nigeria.

I'll refrain from making similitude with your mother and would have called you a gecko cos your brain is nowhere as developed as that of mammals.

Dude stop being clueless, you know exactly what I was referring to. There is nothing wrong with a former military personal running for office, plenty of them do in the US. But which one in the US has overthrown the US government?

Militar ruler as in authoritarian rule stop being dumber than usual. Being the leader of the Army is not even remotely the same as being the leader of a military junta which is what I was referring to. I even made the same point in greater detail in the same damn post:

Only in Nigeria is a military ruler a top candidate and the people saying it claim they have sense.

By voting Buhari in effect you show the world that Nigerians are so rutterless that the leader of a military junta [/b]is a top pick.

Brilliant.

Here is the definition for your benefit:

A [b]junta
or military junta (pron.: /ˈhʊntə/ or /ˈdʒʌntə/) is a government led by a committee of military leaders. The term derives from the Spanish word junta meaning committee or meeting, specifically a board of directors. Sometimes it becomes a military dictatorship, though the terms are not synonymous.

Nigeria
1966–1979 1983–1998 Military juntas

Buhari was in office when: June 1978 – July 1978

Hmm are you seeing a pattern numb nuts grin

You quoted me, I didn't quote you so its not my fault you are too dumb to understand my point. I blame your mother, but christ the woman has suffered enough with the shame of birthing you. grin

And to make sure my point is clear here is what I also said:

I want to believe its one expensive joke being played but people are dead serious saying it.

After the struggle of getting back to democracy the man who aborted it again and set the country back another 20 years is what Nigeria needs.

Sick people. Nigeria is exactly the way it is because of that reasoning.

Like I said your mother was a dumb broad who brought an equal dumb son into this world. Have a nice day dumb bastard cool
Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 10:29pm On Feb 05, 2013
Toto Licker:

Name one retired military ruler who later became American president? Why do you always try to be smart alec? Epic fail with your analogy.

Thank you. Please tell this dummy. Grant? Eishenhower?
Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 10:24pm On Feb 05, 2013
take dat: Did my post hit a nerve? Just wanted to clarify your flawed submission that it is only in Nigeria where such will happen. Sorry I did not know you have shi.t for brains!


No not really because I pretty much pointed out how flawed your logic was. Buhari and Eisenhower were both generals but the latter did not overthrow his government dumbas.s.

Comparing apples to your mother clearly.

In many countries they actually bar former military junta leaders from holding office after the return to democracy. How many high level Nazi members were ruling Germany after WWII?

I'd call you a monkey but that's not fair to the monkeys.

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Politics / Re: Nigerian Among Al-Qaeda Fighters' Arrested In Mali by Roseart: 10:21pm On Feb 05, 2013
Please save us the sob story, most of you a hypocrites of the highest order when it comes to tribalism.
Politics / Re: Northern Senators Meet Over Igbo Domination In Army by Roseart: 10:17pm On Feb 05, 2013
nagoma:

You are desperately trying to sound educated but without success. Stick to your spare parts trade.

Too bad you never even reached that level kiss
You claim to teach what, only God knows unless Madrassa counts as school.

Islamic Monkey kiss you know you rely on spare parts to keep you shitty car running for the next week cheesy

You should thank God that people were willing to barter partss for that one scrawny goat you hadcheesy

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Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 10:14pm On Feb 05, 2013
take dat: There are many countries in the world where former military rulers ended up as civilian president including countries like US where retired generals later became president. So your point that its only in Nigeria where you have former military rulers aspiring to become civilian presidents is flawed. The question is, is he qualified? And that is a Yes. Are there people who will vote for him? Which is also Yes.

Yes because Eisenhower overthrew the American government before he ran for office.

Im sure your write up sounded so much smarter in your head than on the screen.
Politics / Re: Northern Senators Meet Over Igbo Domination In Army by Roseart: 10:08pm On Feb 05, 2013
nagoma:

Some cultures can only support bacteria grin that's nyamiri for you wink.

And you call yourself a teacher. So Ecoli can have a culture? Salmonella too? What a useless insult.

Your culture apparently tolerates the stu.pid allowing it multiply and annoy the sane.

And this is the same brain teaching Nigeria's future

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Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 10:05pm On Feb 05, 2013
I want to believe its one expensive joke being played but people are dead serious saying it.

After the struggle of getting back to democracy the man who aborted it again and set the country back another 20 years is what Nigeria needs.

Sick people. Nigeria is exactly the way it is because of that reasoning.

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Politics / Re: ACN, CPC, ANPP And APGA Merged Officially? by Roseart: 10:01pm On Feb 05, 2013
GEJ slide to victory has been already decided tongue

See you in 2019. When the corpse of Buhari will be running, Abacha will be dug up too for VP slot.
Politics / Re: Will The Yorubas Vote Buhari? by Roseart: 9:59pm On Feb 05, 2013
Only in Nigeria is a military ruler a top candidate grin and the people saying it claim they have sense.

By voting Buhari in effect you show the world that Nigerians are so rutterless that the leader of a military junta is a top pick.

Brilliant.
Politics / Re: Parcel Bomb For Okonjo-Iweala Dropped At Post-Office by Roseart: 9:56pm On Feb 05, 2013
Dudu_Negro:

when boko want to get you they approach directly. the same people that used indirect tactics of kidnapping her mother are behind this one. ......but wait....this was designed as a message and not as a weapon.

1. it was designed with an override or safety trigger, so to speak, that way ordinary handling will not trigger it. it took police inhibiting the safety in order to cause it to go off.
2. they put it on the street to draw alert so the right people can detonate it
3. if they can spend that much to make bomb to kill a high target with fail-proof accuracy, then they would ship via courier instead of regular mail.
4. post office was aware of its delivery on friday.......why was it left out for additional two days to attend to it?
5. is Okonjo Iwella part of the ploy......is this a design toappear as an assassination target and therefore induce the FG to provide her with multilayer shield of security, perhaps close or parallel to the presidential security detail?

How is it that you use so many words and write so many paragraphs to say absolutely nothing. Are you the caliber of graduate that Nigeria produces? You ramble like a small child narrating their first trip to the ice cream store, yet are old enough to be someone's father.
Politics / Re: Parcel Bomb For Okonjo-Iweala Dropped At Post-Office by Roseart: 9:53pm On Feb 05, 2013
Nagoma hard at work with his lacky Lacasa as the getaway driver.
Politics / Re: Aborted Babies Found In Garbage Bags (HORRIFIC PHOTO) by Roseart: 9:49pm On Feb 05, 2013
What a scam thread, do you think America is Nigeria where anything goes? You would never find such a thing because medical tissue is handled under strict guidelines.

Furthermore partial abortions only happen in very rare circumstances. When the life of the mother and child are in danger or if the child will be born with terminal or serious condition that quality of life will be poor.
Politics / Re: Nigerian Among Al-Qaeda Fighters' Arrested In Mali by Roseart: 9:37pm On Feb 05, 2013
nagoma:

And yours is kidnapping and of course cannibalism which is genetic.

And terrorism is genetic to your people too. Next.

Retar.ded teacher who owes his position to quota grin grin

Was it your brother they had to scrap off the pavement and into a paper bag after France bombed him and his islamist brothers out of Mali?
Politics / Re: Northern Senators Meet Over Igbo Domination In Army by Roseart: 9:28pm On Feb 05, 2013
nagoma:

Primitive people . Who is Chukwu? A spare parts dealer or a drug courier?

Yes the Allah you were given after being ra.ped 3 ways from Sunday by Arabs is so much better...

No wonder they treated you guys like cargo last year. Your brothers don't recognize your brotherhood in Saudi Arabia.

Imagine the fact that Saudis say the reason why they treat your people like rats is because they are whoring it up and trying to do every other illicit thing instead of praying to Allah like they claim. cheesy

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Politics / Re: Northern Senators Meet Over Igbo Domination In Army by Roseart: 9:23pm On Feb 05, 2013
nagoma:

You did not demonstrate any cognitive skills when you declared Biafra Republic. Did you Mr. Reptilian brain?

For a teacher you sure have a lot of time on your hands. What you never grade papers? Or is this one barnyarn outfit masquerading as a school that you call your place of employment.

I pity your students, being led by a monkey must be tough.

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Politics / Re: ACN, CPC, ANPP And APGA Merged Officially? by Roseart: 6:03pm On Feb 05, 2013
Billyonaire: WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE NEW UNDERDOG ?

Thieving Bastards Unlimited
Crooks of all Faiths
Don't Stop Thieving
...
Politics / Re: ACN, CPC, ANPP And APGA Merged Officially? by Roseart: 5:59pm On Feb 05, 2013
Wadeoye:

No way for APGA my man... Go and join PDP - that is where you belong.

See you couldn't even come up with a decent rebuttal to what I said kiss Go and sleep, a man who lives all his days in confusion. With all this big talk you would think he is an upper level member in any of the parties. You just clean the HQ, don't confuse that for membership access grin

All thieves of the same cloth your beloved ACN included. If they were not they would think about why they make more in one year than what Obama makes in 4. No shame.
Politics / Re: ACN, CPC, ANPP And APGA Merged Officially? by Roseart: 5:54pm On Feb 05, 2013
Wadeoye:

APGA ke... Na so them dey do merger? APGA can't and will never be part of any progressive merger being a Igbo party. And what value will APGA add to the merger? A party that couldnt give even Ojukwu 5% of national votes.

This is a lie... The ongoing discussion is between CPC and ACN - and later ANPP will be brough on board. APGA will never make it and we will ensure this doesnt happen.

Progressive crocks grin
Who is this "we" my frind get back to your day job of hawking expired gala and fanta grin Keyboard warrior, if APGA joins, what will you do? Commit hari kari? No, because then that would require you to be a man. You'll run to NL like you always do and b1tch. Now here's a dollar, go and play Pacman with it kiss

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Politics / Re: Lagos To Introduce Cable Cars For Mass Transportation. by Roseart: 5:50pm On Feb 05, 2013
manny4life: Lol, what has this thread turned into? cheesy cheesy cheesy

I don't know why he gets so mad when people poke fun at his love affair, if you put your business in the street do you want people to cover their eyes and pretend its not there grin

You prostrate for Fashola but get mad when people say you prostrate for him, what kind of sense does that make grin

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Politics / Re: Lagos To Introduce Cable Cars For Mass Transportation. by Roseart: 5:30pm On Feb 05, 2013
Eko Ile: Funny how the usual ghayy fahgots know so much about balls and ghayy activities.. dumb Ho..mo.se.Xu.als.

Your mother knows about it too so I guess she's ga.y as well grin

I don't know why you are mad when people call it like it is with you and your love affair with Fashola. I like Obama and agree with his policies but its not the same infatuation you have with your oga grin

Fashola can take a sh1t and you will open a thread about it, so why are you mad when people laugh about you and your husband? tongue

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Politics / Re: ACN, CPC, ANPP And APGA Merged Officially? by Roseart: 5:24pm On Feb 05, 2013
So its the criminal party vs the super mega criminal party, I totally see the difference between the two. Its like being robbed at gunpoint or while you are sleeping. I guess you can say at least in the latter the robber "cared" enough not to trouble you tongue
Politics / Re: Lagos To Introduce Cable Cars For Mass Transportation. by Roseart: 5:22pm On Feb 05, 2013
Mogidi: @Eko Ile

I think Eko Ile earned his bacon on this one.

I mean defending the indefensible is not always a laudable gesture considering he's been working from page 1 (come on), I throway salute jare.

My advice to you has always been to squeeze every monetary juice from the Fashola government, if you don't Thiefnubu will.

Oga mi later.

Lol you summed him up to a T. grin Clinging to Fashola's balls so tightly must have its unknown benefits grin

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