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The bitter truth about the Igbo's, Hausa's and Yoruba's

Did the Igbos put guns on anybody’s head before buying up Alaba,
Ajegunle, isolo and Oshodi in Lagos?
Did they use juju before the Ibadan surrendered Iwo Road to them?
And what were we looking at before the Igbos took over Isida and
Adeti in Ilesa?
Where were the YORUBAS when the Igbos thrived and built 90% of
the Hotels at Abuja. Was there a law that excluded the YORUBAS
from selling building materials? Dei Dei building materials market
in Abuja is 90 % Igbo owned.
So the more we point one finger at the Igbos, the more we have the
other four fingers pointing at our laziness and lack of initiative as a
society.
The YORUBAS should have been better with all our education, but
we may be worse that the Fulanis who just roam around the bush.
Why? Because we lack the entrepreneurship spirit. We just want
salaries from doing 8am to 5pm job. We proceed in foolishness
and we persist in hoping to reap plenty without showing hard. The
Igbos are different, hence we are now jealous and envious.
We love wasteful parties and Aso Ebi. Just a little business without
even making any profit yet, we usually call musicians to spay
money like coffetti .
Where are all the Board Members of Ebenezer Obey today? Where
is lawyer Omoyinmi and Lanre Badmus? Where is Oroki Social
Club of Osogbo? Where is Felates of Ilesa and the likes whose
trade mark was to bring Sunny Ade to Ilesa every Xmas, to waste
all income gathered for the year?
The Yoruba society wasted their leading lights on excessive
consumption and wasteful attitudes. We wasted our capital on
frivolous social gatherings.
We took religion to ridicoulous levels, such that the wealthiest
pastors and churches are now Yorubas. But all the wealth
extracted by the churches from the Yoruba nation is also merely
flaunted to show whose God is the most miraculous.
So we have become paupers and destitutes, as the Yoruba nation
cannot now pay salaries. Pensions are owed for years.
Tell me, is Osun State filled with human beings or goats to have
tolerated Aregbesola, when they rejected Akande. Say it loud, is the
Constituted Authority of Ibadan sane to just bring about 21 Obas
from nowhere to receive salaries, where there is no money to
reopen Ladoja Akintola University?
Are the Ondos so wise to have allowed Mimiko to devastate their
terrain as to be now saddled with 12 months salary arrears? What
of Ekiti with rabble rousing Fayose and the intellectually arrogant
Fayemi?
Even Lagos, there is nothing to write home about it, despite all the
hype.
But the Igbos are hard workers. Let us not continue to deceive
ourselves. 20 of their young boys can live in the shop from where
they sell goods. There is no place too dirty or remote for them to
hibernate and incubate their ideas. Give them 5 years, you will see
them buy and take over all shops and lands.
True, some of them are criminals, but majority of the Igbo youths
build and build physical structures away, while the YORUBAS are
content with looking for salaried jobs, so that they can have siesta
in the afternoons and then attend parties on Saturdays. Then
spend Sundays in church wishing and praying for divine miracles.
How foolish, as the Igbo people are meeting and strategizing on
Sunday, so that they can gather money and come and buy the
houses and lands owned by our Yoruba fathers.
Whether we like it or not, Obokungbusi Town Hall will soon be on
concessional PPP sale. The Igbos will buy it. The proceeds will be
used to pay backlog of salaries owed to impoverished Ijeshas. It
will come willy nilly.
It will happen even in a declared Oduduwa Republic. Afterall, the
Chinese, the Lebanese and the South Africans are buying us out
with reckless abandon. See how ShopRite is buying up
everywhere. I heard that they bought Owena Motel estate in Akure.
How come we did not sell it to the Igbos?
We shall continue to grumble and hate the Igbos until eternity.
Unless we spy on them, copy their ways and imbibe their can do
attitude.
The Yoruba nation and society have been pauperised and
destituted. In desperation, we shall soon start to behave like the
Almajiris’ in the North.
In grinding poverty and out of jealousy, the Almajiris of the North
regularly loot Igbo shops and businesses. Very soon Yoruba
urchins will start looting too to show that they hate the Igbos.
Even some of us here will defend it to show our hatred for the
Igbos. Whereas, the looting is as a result of hunger and
uselessness of our society.

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