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Buhari: Tinubu Sold South West Votes To PDP

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by Supermom, Apr 19, 2011.

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  1. NTB

    NTB Well-Known Member

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    Do you have a link to the power structure cause is not my PDP Constitution, Bye-laws or International Guideline.

    Link to Constitution of Nigeria

    Link to PDP Constitution
     
  2. Sola

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    Doomsayer, you sef don begin extend reality like NTB? Dat ya crystalball get smudge o. I don't subscribe to the above!
     
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  3. NTB

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    The Ijaws are IGBO'S and speak a different dialect of the Igbo language. Ijaw people are from Bayelsa, Delta, and Rivers States within the Niger Delta in Nigeria. Where is Niger Delta? Ijaw people can be found in Akwa-Ibom, Edo, and Ondo but they all from Niger Delta their ancestral / indigenous home.

    Igbo by extension no problem we have big hbeat: to accommodate
     
  4. funmo

    funmo GOD pikin!

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    :roll :roll :roll

    I sincerely hope that this idea you have is a fringe one and not a mainstream Igbo claim. Na wahala u dey find so o. SS and SE are not the same thing o - at least not in the Naija sense. Don't go making that claim in public - I doubt that Ijaws would find it funny. Its kinda like saying that the Benue man is Hausa. Hmmmm!!
     
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  5. Irinajoeda

    Irinajoeda OPOMULERO MOJALEKAN

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    Oh no you didn't just say that! Lol...

    The Ijaws have no ancestral relationship whatsoever to the Igbos and with that comment you have proved that Nigeria has done terribly when it comes to educating its people about the ethnic groups that make Nigeria. For your own safety, please don't say this in the midst of Ijaws or any South southerner. Perhaps if you had said that the Ikweres are Igbos, I would have forgiven you but even the Ikwerres detest been called Igbos.

    Ijaws are in no way affilated to Igbos. It's like Yorubas claiming Itshekiris because they have Yoruba lineage.

    Due to the erroneous comment about Ijaws being Igbos, I cease to entertain your responses as it is glaring that you are deficient in the topic of ethnic origins in the country called Nigeria.
     
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    My Uncle a Benue man took offense to being called an Hausa man. I was just looking at him with blank stare as he proceeded with a 2 hour lecture
     
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  7. Irinajoeda

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    I don't subscribe to violence either, it's a terrible thing and as much as I would like to pray against it, the writing is already on the wall. I am not a doomsayer but a realist.
     
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  8. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    tribalistic much. what an insight.
     
  9. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    how ridiculous. what makes buhari and ribadu better candidates? because they are northerners? thats it? i swear somethings pple say sha. smh
     
  10. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    the thing weak me sha...
     
  11. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    when did this happen?
     
  12. NTB

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    While we were sleeping sweat:
     
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    Who said they were? They haven't been tested by fire though, unlike your man. At least, they can't be worse than he has proven himself to be, but that's probably beyond your level of thinking.
     
  14. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    lmao:laugh:
     
  15. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    you just did. and for ya info, buhari was once the president of naija and he did nothing during his time. yet you come here to whine about GEJ and his beard getting burned by fire. hate it or love it, GEJ is now your president. when 2015 comes, we will face it. so much ado about nothing. its time for change. deal with it!
     
  16. Irinajoeda

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    A lot happened when you were sleeping in class, dear, otherwise you would have known that Ijaws and Igbos are not related in any way, shape or form.

    I actually thought you were going to rebuff my assertions. You found out that you were wrong, didn't you? It's okay, you're allowed to save face.
     
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    Igbos are a nation, had they successfully seceded, they would have been known as Biafrans. Yorubas together with those in Benin are a nation. Hausas are a nation. The British forced us together. There is no reason why Yorubas shouldn't be with their brothers from Benin or the Igbos with their brothers from Cameroun or even the Hausa with their brothers from Niger. Why fragment these nations and force them together when they have more in common with those in these mentioned areas than they do in the current Oyinbo made nation?

    Just because we are Nigerians doesn't mean we have similar cultural values o.
     
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    :roll Thinking no easy now. PDP don settle all of them finish and dem no fit see beyond the madness the party represents. Well, four years go soon waka, Insha Allah!
     
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  19. wendydoks

    wendydoks Chickala si odeshi

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    so why didnt biafra succeed? yorubas aided the hausas to see that it didnt actualize. you had the chance to become a nation but blew it due to what? how do u xplain that?
     
  20. ssergit

    ssergit ..still The Drama Queen!

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    I truly fear for Nigeria under GEJ. I truly fear. I see all the maggots and ills and tensions that have been bubbling under all these years now coming to the surface!

    there were bombs since the days of Dele Giwa, how come it was right under GEJ's nose, and in an election year that bombS are killing Nigerians everywhere and the dude could NOT even quench Jos fire!!! naw kaduna is right under again!!

    have you seen the images on facebook of dead bodies cut in half in Kaduna state? is that what GEJ is coming to rule? Abi, his witch covens tell am to deliver blood for the seat in Aso Rock?

    Just saw this on Nairaland now sef:

    BEHOLD, YOUR PRESIDENT!

    Nigeria NEEDS prayers and A MIRACLE!! Hoping GEJ does not metamorphose into another Idi Amin tomorrow!
     
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