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Thursday, 17 November 2016

I Love Igbos, If They Break away From Nigeria, I’ll Apply For Their Visa And Relocate – Idris Abubakar, Dakata of Kano

I Love Igbos, If They Break away From Nigeria, I’ll Apply For Their Visa And Relocate – Idris Abubakar, Dakata of Kano


Published By Family Writers

Idris Abubakar, (The Dakata of Kano)  has made a shocking impact about the igobs saying, 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 settled 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 an 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 caught fish

6] When an Igbo man marries, he takes good care of his wife and children plus his wife’s relations 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.

He went further saying ”I wonder how anyone could say that Igbos don’t love themselves, In fact we are jealous of 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 have never seen 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. They are very intelligent people, they know how to make things happen”. He concluded.

13 comments

  1. wonderful experience Mr Idiris abubakar infact you make a very wonderful explanations towards the igbos, it's a very good observation. only a fearless and truthful ones can speak without compromising. may chukwu okike abiama Bless Mazi Nnamdi kanu the great leader of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) who made it very clear that there will be a time like this.all hail Biafrans worldwide all hail prince Nnamdi kanu ise ise iseeee.

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  2. I love my people and God bless BIAFRA.

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  3. I love my people and God bless BIAFRA.

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  4. The thing is that Igbo man is not the only good man in Nigeria. I have interacted with Hausa men, I have had Yoruba roommates in college, what a beautiful people. Now, as a sympathizer of the Biafra project, I am often filled with the mixed feeling: if we separate, do I miss all these great people. It is very frustrating that Nigeria has brought the worse out of every single one of us. May God help Nigeria and may God help Biafra.

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    1. I am often filled with the mixed feeling: if we separate your words,i want to assume that you are a learned person check out what has happened in former USSR,and other places still friends are still friends. free your mind and don't be used to fooling black race.let those Nigerian cabals/mafia go their separate ways so the masses will live peacefully.

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  5. Thank you Mr Idiris. You will be welcomed and treated better than in Nigeria. God bless Nazi Nnamdi kanu God bless all that have joined in Biafra struggle and God bless Biafra nation.

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  6. The thing is that Igbo man is not the only good man in Nigeria. I have interacted with Hausa men, I have had Yoruba roommates in college, what a beautiful people. Now, as a sympathizer of the Biafra project, I am often filled with the mixed feeling: if we separate, do I miss all these great people. It is very frustrating that Nigeria has brought the worse out of every single one of us. May God help Nigeria and may God help Biafra.

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  7. Thank you Idris Abubakar for your honest testimony about the Igbo people. For sure, Nigeria would never be the same without Igbos. It is so sad that most Nigerians know that and yet Hausa-Fulani and Yoruba continue to marginalize Igbo people out of envy, fear, and hatred. I pity the good and loving Nigerians who love and cherish Igbos. Sure, they can always apply for visa to live in Biafra nation. I believe, the same will be for Biafrans who want to remain in Nigeria as well.

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  8. It is great to have good understanding, tell Buhari to let Mazi NNAMDI and my people to go for peace in your language that he can understand better. We welcome people with good spirit and good intentions for BIAFRA. I am interested to know more of you in the near future if you are serious.

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  9. The struggle for Biafra is the struggle to have a homeland where everyone has the potential to actualize his/her God-given talent. For in Nigeria, dreams and aspirations die, but in Biafra, they come alive! Nigeria in its present set up, will always be a baby in diaper for the next thousand years, for her progenitors designed her to be so. Emotionalism will never be her cure, but an emergent Biafra, serving as a template of that which is progressively driven, will be her antidote. All HAIL BIAFRA!!

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  10. MR IDRIS,BIAFRALAND/BIAFRANS MEANS A HOME FOR ALL.BUT THIS HOME HAS BEEN DENIED IN NIGERIA AS YOU ARE A LIVING WITNESS.THE BIAFRANS ARE MORE SPIRITUAL PEOPLE THAN WHAT YOU ALL SEE TODAY IN NIGERIA AND NEED GOD'S OPPORTUNITY/NOW TO SHOWCASE HUMANITY AND AFRICANS THE HIDDEN WORK OF A SUPREME BEING CALLED GOD OR CHUKWUOKIKE ABHIAMA. THE BIAFRANS ARE NEEDED BY GOD OF ISRAEL(GAD)AT THIS TIME AND SEASON IN WORLD HISTORY TO SERVE GOD ALONE,RAISE THE LOWEST/BASE LEVEL OF THE AFRICAN RACE TO THE HIGHEST IN ALL HUMAN EXPECTATIONS,SHOWCASE THE SPIRITUAL NATURE OF THE AFRICAN MAN WITH SUCH GIFTS IN GAD OF JACOB.THE ISSUE OF BIAFRA OVER DECADES HAS BEEN A BATTLE BETWEEN LIGHT AND DARKNESS AND GOD'S WILL HAVING PREVAILED SHALL THE LIGHT OF AFRICA ILLUMINATE FROM THE DERKEST PART OF THE WORLD. THE BRITISH WHO REPRESENTED THE DARK WORLD HAS INDEED DONE MUCH EVIL/HARM TO AFRICAN CONTINENT/BLACKMAN BUT GOD'S OWN TIME IS THE BEST. REALLY,THE GREATNESS OF BLACKMAN SHALL RISE AGAIN TO THE GLORY OF GOD/HASHEM AND EVERY OTHER LIGHT OUTSIDE BIAFRALAND SUCH AS IDRIS ABUBARKAR IS HIGHLY WELCOME TO THE LOVE,PEACE,UNITY AND PROGRESSIVE SIDE OF AFRICA/BLACKMAN.
    ALL GLORY GOES TO GOD OF JACOB AND WE ALL ARE THANKFUL TO GOD ALMIGHTY AND FEW LIGHT LIKE IDRIS WITH PROMISE THAT BIAFRANS SHALL NEVER DISAPPOINT GOD AND AFRICA.YOURS BIAFRAN RABBI.

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  11. First, Abubakar, get it right: There is nothing like "Igbos." but the "Igbo" or "Ndigbo." Second, the Igbo are not "seceding" from Nigeria; they and other non-Igbo want to restore Biafra, a country that existed for three years and was officially recognized by five other countries-Tanzania, Zambia, Gabon, Ivory Coat, and Haiti. Other countries that provided assistance and support to Biafria, but gave her no official recognition include: Israel, France, Norway, Spain, Portugal, South Africa and Rhodesia. Third, you will have to become a Christian or a member of the African Traditional Religion, in order to become a Biafran. I hope you understand why the Igbo have resisted and rejected Islam for centuries, even though we are traditionally a very tolerant and hospitable people-unlike the Nupe/Tuareg who are said to have embraced it in the 7th or 18th centuries (Balogun, 2000), the Hausa in the 14th, and the Yoruba in the 17th. Our ancestors' opposition to this religion was so total that Islam could not penetrate Igboland, even though it had been established in present day Benue state (Lokoja and Makurdi) for 400 years, and a mere 100 hundred miles from Igboland. True Igbo nationalists also hate Islam for several reasons: First, it is incompatible with Igbo culture, tradition, and social and political norms that promotes equality, individuality, and the "king in every man." For example, a people who cherish the culture and tradition of their ancestors will not tolerate the Islamic concept of "Jahiliyya," which compels converts to deny their identity, culture, history, and religion, and to embrace the supposedly "superior" Arab way of life, which is at the root of the Muslim faith. Second, as a democratic and freedom-loving people, we detest the feudal, intolerant, and oppressive nature of the Islamic faith. Third, for decades, Nigerian Muslims have been killing Ndigbo for sport and with impunity, especially in the genocide that took the lives of 3.1 million of our people. And fourth, we are a predominantly Christian people who cherish and want to preserve our faith; for despite its imperfections, Christianity has been more of blessing than a curse, as Islam is. We refuse to be victims of Islamic conquests, as were the Hausa and Yoruba kingdoms, as well as the Christians of Egypt and North Africa. So Alhaji Abubakar, if you want to be Biafran, you must, first of all, reject Islam and be converted to Christianity. After all, is that not the condition Islam place on Christians who want to get married to Muslims and to be accepted by your people?

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  12. Perhaps it will take an Housa to remind some of us Igbo's (including me) who seems critical of the Igbo man, that we are a good people.

    Thanks Idris for making the case for how a great people we are. You are absolutely right. We do actually teach ourselves how to fish. I see it in just about any Igbo man and woman I encounter. Always talking about lifting up their people.

    So to us Igbos, I say a big THANK YOU for always looking out for your people. We still need to do more though. So keep it up.

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