«Home

Should Igbo People Have Their Own Country?

after watching the biafra war documentary, i think ibo people should have their own country. as an ibo man i am proud and happy of being an ibo. i think if ibo people have their own country, there will not be any corruption, starvation, and oil stealing people, lol what do you guys think?

Avatar
Newbie
11 answers

yes! nigeria shuld just divide, dt will put an end to all these tribalism here and there!

0
Avatar
Newbie

lol. i agree with you, igbo for life, lol

0
Avatar
Newbie

Igbos should have their own country

Instead of us sharing the same country with thieves

we call leaders.

0
Avatar
Newbie

Please my brother here did you watch the documentary ? I've watched all the once on Youtube. Can you post a link to where you got this documentary.

0
Avatar
Newbie

You have no way of knowing for sure if the Igbo will indeed kill themselves in a sovereign state of their own. Same applies to other groups. There is no law that states that the various groups are incapable of sovereignty.

0
Avatar
Newbie

give igbos their own country, they will kill themselves.

the same applies with others tribes too.

there is no need for another country; there is a need for an igbo leader to speak up and revolutionize the nation

0
Avatar
Newbie

This right here should be the reply for anymore 'Biafra' threads.

0
Avatar
Newbie

I think you dont know where you stand in this land. I f that should happen you will be the first to suffer it. No think am cos e no go work kpata kpata

0
Avatar
Newbie

There is no law that says a group of people should not have their own country, but there's more to getting a country than just walking out on another country. Often times, getting a country comes hand in hand with war, and I don't think ndi Igbo are generally in the mood for war. It seems to me that most Igbo would rather settle with the present state of things in Nigeria, than go to war for their own country. That's not to say that ndi Igbo don't want their own country. From the much I gather, there's a subtle yearning for the manifestation of a soverign Igbo state (even among the youth in diaspora), but as it would seem, ndi Igbo are more in the mood for diplomacy than war. If there is indeed a diplomatic way to get a country, I have little to no doubt in my heart that the general Igbo populace would opt to take such a path.

0
Avatar
Newbie

Moved to Culture Section

0
Avatar
Newbie
Your answer
Add image

By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.