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That is an unpatriotic act! The election is flawed and the matter is in court but these impatient men want us all to turn our backs on our dear country? So if there is a disagreement in your family you just disown your people and walk away? and what if the president-elect most people despise now turns out to be the real messiah we all crave for? I love 🇳🇬 and I will not stop fighting for it till peace and justice reigns Supreme.

NigeriaLast activity 2 days ago

Because We Are Conversing About Ethnic Profiling, Here Is A Comic From Punch Newspaper In 2019.

Not the same thing, or am I missing something?

Circa 2019, there were many cases of people around Nigeria getting killed or having their farms destroyed by Fulani herders. This doesn’t give anyone the right to deny anyone else their rights or chase away innocent people from any state just because they share the same ethnicity as some other criminals. The herder in the picture had a rifle, and no Nigerian civilian has business owning rifles.

I don’t see anything wrong in the picture here, which is calling out the police’s inability to stop these killings and bring the perpetrators of horrible crimes to order and instead focused on profiling young Nigerians.

This is not the same as telling Igbo people to “Leave Yorubaland” and “Go back to Anambra.” Every Nigerian has a right to live, work, trade, and vote in any state in Nigeria. The amount of tribal hate I’ve seen here and on SM in the last few days is disgusting.

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How is this picture of an armed man demonizing all Fulani people???

The point here is that the man in the picture is holding a bleeping rifle. How does that translate to demonizing all Fulani people? You can’t just act like lives weren’t lost, and groups of armed herders didn’t destroy people’s properties because they’re mostly Fulani. What is wrong is denying other innocent Fulani people their rights which this image isn’t doing.

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You don't understand. Tribalism and ethnic demonization against Fulanis is standard and cool. It's only bad when it's targeted against our preferred ethnic group.

Because apparently, Fulanis aren't real people like you and me. And all the years that we were openly pushing hate and cheerleading violence against them, it never occurred to us that it could backfire.

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As an Igbo person, I'd love Biafra too, but logically, the benefit-cost ratio of Biafra for Igbo people doesn't look that good. In this geopolitical climate, secession isn't just a fight against the current powers ruling Nigeria and fueling tribalism and the oppression of the Igbo people. It'll be a fight against them and their international partners, who happen to be the ones that wield power - think the US, China, GB, and even the EU. Abi we bin watch all these political leaders talk sey dem want free and fair elections for Nigeria - where dem dey now? crickets

All these international alliances benefit significantly from one Nigeria and the country's feigned stability, i.e., in terms of powerful tribes, keeping the Igbo people in check and the Hausas/Yorubas primarily in power. They'll do anything to keep Nigeria as-is, even if it means disregarding the oppression of the Igbo people and any attempts they make to establish Biafra.

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As a Yoruba person, I applaud you for not going along with the bandwagon created in this election; you've made excellent points here, but I must say, I do find it irrational when people assert that the Yorubas want to keep themselves in power in tandem with the Huasas/Northerners, as the information we have does not support this argument.

From 1960 till date, there have only been two heads of state/President originating from the southwest geo-political zone in the names of "Chief Ernest Shonekan" (who was only an interim president) and "General Olusegun Obasanjo" (who ruled for three terms). Moreover, the 1st civilian President and 1st head of state were the "Late Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe" and "Aguiyi Ironsi," respectively.

Therefore, I do not understand how people can conclude that the Yorubas perpetually want to keep themselves in power. Is there something I'm missing here? Or are people simply equivocating "Asiwaju Tinubu" with Yorubas?

Finally, what has occurred recently with the elections is regrettable and will likely have undesirable repercussions. I think the best we can do as individuals are to try to remain as rational as possible in the future.

All is well.

Thank you for pointing this out.

It’s honestly gotten insane how much southern bitterness there is. And how little people get Nigerian history.

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Even during the Biafra War, Nigeria’s main allies were only the UK and Soviet Union. The US government was largely neutral, and the US people supported Biafra. I think Biafra could get more support this time, seeing that we have 60-plus years of failed governing in Nigeria for the world to see.


NigeriaLast activity 3 days ago

Tribalism: I Wonder How Nigeria Will Heal From This Election- Media Gal, Bolanle Olukanni, Shares Her Thought On Today's Election

Is sad we forget to soon!! Nigeria is the oddest of all countries!! I actually thought the pain, raw hunger and deprivation of these past weeks would have become our catalyst to crave for change!! I remember we all shared the little available cash amid scarcity, ate together and didn’t remember where we all came from!!! Hunger never start ooo, the impunity in cost of governance has thrown us below poverty, we have hit Rick bottom and we think is a joke !!!

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It’s sad how the elections were conducted. But I am wondering why you are allowing the whole world to know. You would have done it closed doors, low-key because this, this you just did might be regretted later. You having nothing to do with Nigeria means your fam in Nigeria too? Abi I don’t understand. Main point: this video no suppose concern us on a normal. 😒😒


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NigeriaLast activity 2 days ago

Because We Are Conversing About Ethnic Profiling, Here Is A Comic From Punch Newspaper In 2019.

Create a thousand posts for your propaganda. Nigerians know what you people are. Pure Evil.

NigeriaLast activity 3 days ago

I don't see the point. Tribalism wasn't as disturbing as we see it play out now. Under the military, Lagos had an Igbo governor. I believe some southeast states had Yoruba/Hausas.

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Obi rode on the back of Religion, Endsars, and ethnicity. It was hazardous, many politicians stylishly used it, but OBI used it as a central policy, thank God he didn’t win.

He exploited these three very well, but I hope those that think it favors them will be able to take it when another candidate of Muslim extracts uses the same method from the North.

Because no Christian from the North will be able to stand the fanaticism they will introduce. I assure you that the Igbos will leave the North quickly.

It is wrong for a pastor to come to the pulpit to campaign for OBI and threaten fire and brimstone when he loses. Others are watching, and I am sure they will employ the same methods someday.

The aftermath of the ripples and effects is what you see playing out in Lagos state.


Back then, tribalism was a bad problem. A bad problem.

The same issues we had back then, we have now. The same thing happened about the army appointing people from one region into offices... back in the day, the IBB admin was accused of Islamizing Nigeria and succumbing to the Northern oligarchy. Sound familiar?

Army rule is not the joy you think it is. Just because your side lost does not mean you should call for it (and no, I am no APC supporter, or LP or PDP supporter, and have never backed a mainstream candidate)

NigeriaLast activity 3 days ago

Tribalism: I Wonder How Nigeria Will Heal From This Election- Media Gal, Bolanle Olukanni, Shares Her Thought On Today's Election

Personally I have started to see My fellow Nigerians 🇳🇬 Infact Yorubas in a kind of Way, but the truth is that my close friends are Yorubas and they are great people, but then again 🤔 my Psyche is getting messed up with the Tribalism in this election

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I have relatives that are partly Yoruba. I’ve had them as friends yet Nigeria needs to split. Don’t allow your personal relationships negate the fact that Nigeria is unworkable hence must split

so becos they refused an acclaimed Yoruba man to rule them they are tribalistic???

because they went as far as denying their own son because his mother is Igbo. Because they went as far as physically abusing and even killing people who were have done them no harm.

st.u p.i.d girl that’s what you are. Yoruba are now denying your fellow Yoruba because he have connection from Igbo. Shame on you.

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This Nigeria democracy is just camouflage, we cannot exercise our rights, we cannot have free and fair election, Court talk president refuse just like in the military era yet Osibanjo can't overthrow Buhari. Shame on y'all all who sit on public fund living luxurious lifestyle with your family while masses are dying of hunger. Banks give you old Naira that you can't spend and if you come back redeposit it they will reject it and we have government. You make transfer it will hang, POS charges 30-40%. Prime minister resigned in UK because she used her personal email to send official message but incompetent people are making laws in Nigeria.

NigeriaLast activity 13 days ago

Contrary to what most people say, the engineers and the tech sector know that the world is nowhere close to switching to electric cars and won’t be by 2030. The most relatively realistic invention is a hybrid.

So Nigeria still has some years to get its act in order before the inevitable happens.

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The 2030 agenda by the UN would like to differ.

Okay. The UN has lofty goals, but most are only partially rooted in reality.

Part of the 2030 agenda by the UN is to end hunger and have zero poverty by 2030… do you see that happening anytime soon?

You can read more about electric cars and their challenges, but I’ll summarize some for you :

  • Battery development has been a minor breakthrough since the early 1900s.

  • Electric cars pull a considerable amount of electricity, and we don’t have the headroom in our grids yet to supply it. Suppose everyone has one or more electric cars to cater to those needs. In that case, there will have to be a massive overhaul of old, obsolete generating facilities that are still being used even in developed countries.

  • The last and most important one, The oil and gas industry, is a massive industry with its hands in many other sectors. It provides jobs, and entire economies depend on the revenue generated.

Its extinction is no time soon.

It’s 2035, and it’s now being stopped by the opposition of Germany, Italy, Poland, and Belgium.

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Are you sure the agenda is to phase out gasoline cars completely? That's nearly impossible even in European countries. It's some form of hybridization. I may be wrong sha

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