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Sunday, 15 November 2015

If Biafra goes, I will be the first to apply for their visa– Idris Abubakar

If Biafra goes, I will be the first to apply for their visa– Idris Abubakar

I think and believed in Nigeria today, Igbos love themselves more than every other tribes.. If you see any Igbo rich business man, listen to his story how he get to where he is today, he will always start with. I was a poor boy at home with my parents when my uncle, brother, or relation took me and brought me to the city to learn trade with him and finally sett…led me to start my own.

IGBOS ARE RARE.
1] You will see one Igbo man who has trained and settled more than 100 young men and all are doing well in their businesses.
2] It is only Igbo man that I have seen who would train a child that is not his in schools up to the university level.
3] Only Igbo man would send a relation abroad to go and find means to survive without minding how much it cost him.
4] Every Igbo man want his brother to live comfortably and don’t have to rely on others.
5] Igbo man would rather teach you how to catch a fish than to give you already catch fish.
6] When an Igbo man marries, he takes good care of his wife and children unlike the other tribes that doesn’t respect their wives.
7] My sister Murna has always said that she would love to marry an Igbo man because they know how to take good care of their wives and those related to her.
8] Igbo man, no matter what and where he maybe would always have home at heart and wherever they see their people, they make themselves known.
9] Wherever they are, they would surely have Igbo meetings and gatherings of their local governments people.
10] Igbo man would go to meetings every Sunday where they meet with their people.

I wonder how anyone could say that Igbos don’t love themselves, In fact we jealous about Igbo people for how united and together they come all the time. When something happen to one of them, they would come together and assist. I have seen people from other tribes buried here when they died, but when an Igbo die here they must gather and take the body home in solidarity.

Things Igbo people do together I never see in other tribes in Nigeria. An Hausa or Yoruba rich man would never do anything to help you, they rather be giving you 20 Naira every time they see you that is after you must greeted them tire.

If Biafra goes away from Nigeria, I will be the first to apply for their visa, I want stay with them very intelligent people, they know how to make things happen.– Idris Abubakar, Dakata, Kano.

18 comments

  1. Let the truth be told, you have said it all.

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  2. Well, it is said in the Igbo dialect that......

    "Ónù kwuru njò, ga ekwu mma nà' oge na'adighi ànyá".
    Igbo, go home and build your zones...

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  3. Before they depart nigeria, why don't you go live with them in onitsha or nnewi, you dont need a visa to get there. Hypocrisy at the highest level.

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    1. Y dint u put ur name if ur bold enough...jealous ppl...proudly igbo guy..i love mi tribe..

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    2. Y dint u put ur name if ur bold enough...jealous ppl...proudly igbo guy..i love mi tribe..

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    3. SHOW UR NAME FOOL, I AM AN IJAW MAN FROM OKIRIKA WITH FULL IGBO NAMES AND WE ARE SAME AND REGARDED AS IGBOS BY HAUSA AND YORUBA, WE ARE NOT UNITED UNLIKE HOW THEY DECIVED OUR PARNETS AGAINST BIAFRA FIRST ATTEMPT, WE STAND WITH OUR BROTHERS, IJAW, EFIK, IBIBIOS, ANANG OGONI ETC HAVE CLOSER LOOK LIKE IGBOS, EVEN SOME SIMILARIES OF LANGUAGE CALLED THE BANTU LANGUAGE 9NIGER-CONGO BASIN LAGNGUAGE0

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    4. The lie pleases but it doesn't heal. Honesty is a very expensive gift; don't expect it from cheap people.

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  4. Biafra stands for Truth at all times, and that is why I love Her. Idris, you are in line with what my mother told me earlier; I quote her "All these mess started after the civil war; before the war, 90% of the mud kitchen houses in our village did not have doors, reason being that any person returning from farm should have access to any person's kitchen to drink water or eat food if any. No permission is required to eat anybody's food or water in our village, then during the war, they were moving from one bush to the other, they set up adhoc kitchen anywhere they felt safe, and after eating they would always remain for unknown persons who would by chance arrive there when they must have left; no need taking the remaining food with you because you are sure to find another one left by other people. But immediately after the war, the dance changed instantly. You see people building zinc & cement walls for their kitchens with padlocks. People don't even freely offer you their foods; and at times, even when offered, you would be doubting the person's keenness and so on." Nnamdi Kanu has said only one thing: LETS US GO BACK TO WHERE WE WERE. Personally, I love whoever speaks TRUTH. I hate tribalism, am not a racist, but am an ardent lover of truth. In fact, If I were to be God, and am asked to consider sinners, I will look at a terrorist with mercy, dine with robbers, and forgive the prostitutes, but no place for lairs.That is why I hate nigeria. Biafra is my country. I want to thank Idris once again.

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    1. bros. other tribes too have their history. in Yoruba land, when u go to market to buy stuffs and the trader isn't around, you simply leave the money there and take the exact amount. things have generally change, brother. every tribe has his/her good history.

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  5. Living with lies is harder than living a truthful life. Being truthful and honest is important. The truth hurts but it doesn't kill. The lie pleases but it doesn't heal. Honesty is a very expensive gift; don't expect it from cheap people.

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  6. The truth is bitter but it must be told one day, some time. Idris have said it all.

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  7. The sudden unity of all Biafrans both in Nigeria and abroad has thrown the country into a massive confusion.

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  8. THE ALMIGHTY GOD WILL BLESS YOU FOR SPEAKING THE TRUTH.AND I KNOW THAT YOU WILL ALWAYS SURVIVE IN WHATEVER THING YOU DO !

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  9. Ibo are mumu people no be only biafra and anusfra wake and continue selling your okirika in lagos

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