University of Benin Discovers CURE for HIV/AIDS (Page 9)

Date: 08-01-2013 5:50 pm (9 years ago) | Author: endy
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- FinlandGuy at 9-01-2013 01:52 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: HOPEA23 on  9-01-2013 04:44 AM
whats bad about this news na...is it because is not Igbo?
But Dr Ibeh na Igbo man naaa,wey nationalize in your state.hahahahah, wetin i talk be say,i go first ask Honorable  Patrick Obahiagbon before i go comment .!!!!
Posted: at 9-01-2013 01:52 PM (9 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- FinlandGuy at 9-01-2013 01:53 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: oludimuni on  9-01-2013 01:51 PM
The person wey do this photoshop na craze person ohhh..laff wan kill me here.
na now we know wetin kill yaradua  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Posted: at 9-01-2013 01:53 PM (9 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- NZOGWU at 9-01-2013 02:28 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: FinlandGuy on  9-01-2013 01:48 PM
See heart attack chaiii Igbo ppl una too much,Una superiority still dey give some ppl heart attack even online !!!!


Bro do you see what i saw, Grin Grin Grin Igbos are great and the real pillars of this nation.The Igbos have demonstrated resilience like the Jews who survived holocaust,and thereafter,built a strong nation and people that form a vital element in today’s World power equation.The Igbos came out of the civil war and struggled through the period of marginalization to contribute a lot to the development of this country.An average Igbo man is hardworking and especially enterprising wherever he/she finds himself/herself in our beloved nation.

No amount of insult will stop igbos from being what they are, igbos dominate commerce, industries, sports, igbos invented nollywood, we are into musical industry, igbos are into manufacturing, technology and others.Igbos are not lazy parasites.Let us shun sentiments, denigration of our peoples, and derogatory remarks on people for what thery are . Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin




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- Rihannaaa at 9-01-2013 02:31 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: oludimuni on  9-01-2013 01:51 PM
The person wey do this photoshop na craze person ohhh..laff wan kill me here.
Me too  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

Posted: at 9-01-2013 02:31 PM (9 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Hotblades at 9-01-2013 03:03 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: NZOGWU on  9-01-2013 02:28 PM

Bro do you see what i saw, Grin Grin Grin Igbos are great and the real pillars of this nation.The Igbos have demonstrated resilience like the Jews who survived holocaust,and thereafter,built a strong nation and people that form a vital element in today’s World power equation.The Igbos came out of the civil war and struggled through the period of marginalization to contribute a lot to the development of this country.An average Igbo man is hardworking and especially enterprising wherever he/she finds himself/herself in our beloved nation.

No amount of insult will stop igbos from being what they are, igbos dominate commerce, industries, sports, igbos invented nollywood, we are into musical industry, igbos are into manufacturing, technology and others.Igbos are not lazy parasites.Let us shun sentiments, denigration of our peoples, and derogatory remarks on people for what thery are . Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin





Half of what this commenter attributed to Igbo people is trash. The Igbos do not lead the movie industry nor did the invent it. The fact that it is saturated by Igbo's does not mean they lead it or invented it.
Regarding Biafra, the Igbo's had outside help from other countries as well and the main reason the war went on as long as it did was because the Nigerian army did not cut off their supplies/access soon enough. Your leader did not think things through properly before embarking on a "war" that would wipe out roughly a million of his people. Most people died as a result of starvation, malnutrition etc than from battles. On the literary front, I don't see any Nobel Laureates from Igbo land. I agree the Igbos are formidable businessmen but that is because they lay so much emphasis on money over and above everything else including education. "Igbos are not lazy parasites" 419ers and drug traffickers are predominantly Igbo too.

I can go on and on but I won't.
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- micc at 9-01-2013 03:09 PM (9 years ago)
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Good one
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- Senegal at 9-01-2013 03:19 PM (9 years ago)
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 Undecided Undecided
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- HOPEA23 at 9-01-2013 03:20 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: NZOGWU on  9-01-2013 02:28 PM

Bro do you see what i saw, Grin Grin Grin Igbos are great and the real pillars of this nation.The Igbos have demonstrated resilience like the Jews who survived holocaust,and thereafter,built a strong nation and people that form a vital element in today’s World power equation.The Igbos came out of the civil war and struggled through the period of marginalization to contribute a lot to the development of this country.An average Igbo man is hardworking and especially enterprising wherever he/she finds himself/herself in our beloved nation.

No amount of insult will stop igbos from being what they are, igbos dominate commerce, industries, sports, igbos invented nollywood, we are into musical industry, igbos are into manufacturing, technology and others.Igbos are not lazy parasites.Let us shun sentiments, denigration of our peoples, and derogatory remarks on people for what thery are . Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin




yeah from being the criminals

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- davidbenz at 9-01-2013 03:21 PM (9 years ago)
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A dramatic transformation will begin in africa,the very day we will start loving and respecting ourselves. Well i had a horrible and unbelievable experience with some igbo guys in germany here,when he pratically declined my simple but very import request,just because i'm not an igbo but a nigerian like them in a foreign land. Suprisely, another person from a different african country helped me out.Even if nigeria divide today,we are stll going to be the same africans like nigeria and ghana of today. We will remain one indivisible people.ppl of our age like me and you make things happen in other continents,with love,kindness,understanding and cooperations.  one love keeps us together!
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- HOPEA23 at 9-01-2013 03:23 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: FinlandGuy on  9-01-2013 01:52 PM
But Dr Ibeh na Igbo man naaa,wey nationalize in your state.hahahahah, wetin i talk be say,i go first ask Honorable  Patrick Obahiagbon before i go comment .!!!!
mind  you he one of them doing the research...he came to Benin Edo state because he knew that is where the knowledge is..not in his land

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- davidbenz at 9-01-2013 03:23 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: NZOGWU on  9-01-2013 02:28 PM

Bro do you see what i saw, Grin Grin Grin Igbos are great and the real pillars of this nation.The Igbos have demonstrated resilience like the Jews who survived holocaust,and thereafter,built a strong nation and people that form a vital element in today’s World power equation.The Igbos came out of the civil war and struggled through the period of marginalization to contribute a lot to the development of this country.An average Igbo man is hardworking and especially enterprising wherever he/she finds himself/herself in our beloved nation.

No amount of insult will stop igbos from being what they are, igbos dominate commerce, industries, sports, igbos invented nollywood, we are into musical industry, igbos are into manufacturing, technology and others.Igbos are not lazy parasites.Let us shun sentiments, denigration of our peoples, and derogatory remarks on people for what thery are . Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

I do really think we should this,we are not children.




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- HOPEA23 at 9-01-2013 03:25 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: Hotblades on  9-01-2013 03:03 PM
Half of what this commenter attributed to Igbo people is trash. The Igbos do not lead the movie industry nor did the invent it. The fact that it is saturated by Igbo's does not mean they lead it or invented it.
Regarding Biafra, the Igbo's had outside help from other countries as well and the main reason the war went on as long as it did was because the Nigerian army did not cut off their supplies/access soon enough. Your leader did not think things through properly before embarking on a "war" that would wipe out roughly a million of his people. Most people died as a result of starvation, malnutrition etc than from battles. On the literary front, I don't see any Nobel Laureates from Igbo land. I agree the Igbos are formidable businessmen but that is because they lay so much emphasis on money over and above everything else including education. "Igbos are not lazy parasites" 419ers and drug traffickers are predominantly Igbo too.

I can go on and on but I won't.

tell them..na pride dey worry some of them here....the humbles one dey quick and thinking on how to make more money while the noise maker are here..doing what they know how to do best...

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- HOPEA23 at 9-01-2013 03:26 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: davidbenz on  9-01-2013 03:21 PM
A dramatic transformation will begin in africa,the very day we will start loving and respecting ourselves. Well i had a horrible and unbelievable experience with some igbo guys in germany here,when he pratically declined my simple but very import request,just because i'm not an igbo but a nigerian like them in a foreign land. Suprisely, another person from a different african country helped me out.Even if nigeria divide today,we are stll going to be the same africans like nigeria and ghana of today. We will remain one indivisible people.ppl of our age like me and you make things happen in other continents,with love,kindness,understanding and cooperations.  one love keeps us together!
well said

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- dlimelite at 9-01-2013 03:29 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: Hotblades on  9-01-2013 03:03 PM
Half of what this commenter attributed to Igbo people is trash. The Igbos do not lead the movie industry nor did the invent it. The fact that it is saturated by Igbo's does not mean they lead it or invented it.
Regarding Biafra, the Igbo's had outside help from other countries as well and the main reason the war went on as long as it did was because the Nigerian army did not cut off their supplies/access soon enough. Your leader did not think things through properly before embarking on a "war" that would wipe out roughly a million of his people. Most people died as a result of starvation, malnutrition etc than from battles. On the literary front, I don't see any Nobel Laureates from Igbo land. I agree the Igbos are formidable businessmen but that is because they lay so much emphasis on money over and above everything else including education. "Igbos are not lazy parasites" 419ers and drug traffickers are predominantly Igbo too.

I can go on and on but I won't.

True talk!
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- dlimelite at 9-01-2013 03:38 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: oludimuni on  9-01-2013 01:51 PM
The person wey do this photoshop na craze person ohhh..laff wan kill me here.
Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
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- Solidstonez at 9-01-2013 03:45 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: beneno on  9-01-2013 09:37 AM
praise GOD,now your father will increase the number of time he normaly visits ashawo house a day.and your mother can freely open her legs wide for your aids patient landlord without condom. Cheesy pls extend my congrat message to your mum and dad.
Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

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- Solidstonez at 9-01-2013 03:45 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: longben on  9-01-2013 10:52 AM
i will try not to,nice day baby
Same to you

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- NZOGWU at 9-01-2013 03:47 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: HOPEA23 on  9-01-2013 03:20 PM
yeah from being the criminals


You must confuse, confirm this list ........

* Nnamdi Azikiwe Owelle of Onitsha - the first President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and historically, the only man whose name appeared in the Constitution of his country (Nigeria's Republican Constitution of 1963).

    * Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, hails from Okoh town, is a frontline Politician, Architect and the first executive Vice-President of Nigeria, serving 1979 – 1983.

    * Professor Chinua Achebe - a native of Ogidi and best known for the classic, Things Fall Apart was the first African writer whose books are standard curricula in schools and universities across the world.

    * Professor Uche Okeke - a native of Nimo and one of the foremost Nigerian fine artists, founder of the Uli movement.

    * Emeka Anyaoku - the first black Secretary-General of the Commonwealth and recipient of South Africa's Order of the Companions of OR Tambo for his role in initiating talks between the apartheid state and the African National Congress (ANC);

    * Nwafor Orizu - the first Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

    * Lieutenant-General Chikadibia Isaac Obiakor, appointed in 2008 by UN

Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon as Military Advisor on UN Peacekeeping Operations. Previously served as Commander of the Economic Community of West African States Monitoring Group (ECOMOG) Artillery Brigade in Liberia in 1996 and 1997, and as ECOMOG Chief Coordinator of the Liberian elections in July 1997.

    * Professor Humphrey Nwobu Nwosu. A Professor of Political Science. Former NEC Chairman. Conducted the freest, fairest and most credible election so far in Nigeria.

    * Chinyelu Onwurah, a British Labour Party politician, who was elected at the 2010 general election as the Member of Parliament for Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central, becoming the first female British MP of African origin.

    * Chuka Umunna, a British Labour Party Member of Parliament for Streatham constituency.

    * Professor Kenneth Dike - a pre-eminent scholar of African History and native of Awka, was the first indigenous Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan and founder of the National Archives.

    * Professor Ben Enwonwu - a native of Onitsha was the first Nigerian sculptor of international repute with artwork gracing the United Nations headquarters.

    * Pius Okigbo, CON - a world renowned economist, was the first economic advisor to the Federal government of Nigeria (1960–1962), first Nigerian Ambassador to the European Community and renowned for bringing to light over $12 billion missing in oil windfall receipts from the Central Bank of Nigeria during the first Gulf War.

    * Professor Samuel Okoye - was black Africa's first PhD in Radio Astronomy who along with Antony Hewish of the University of Cambridge discovered the radio source of Crab Nebula neutron star.

    * Chief Jerome Udoji - from Ozubulu [8], a social reformer was the first African to be made a 'D.O' (District Officer) by the Colonial Administration.

    * Amobi Okoye - Youngest American football player to play for the NFL (2004), currently plays for the Houston Texans

    * Chimamanda Adichie - writer who won the Orange Prize for Fiction (2007) and a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (2008)

    * Dora Akunyili - ex-head of NAFDAC and current Minister of Information won international awards for cleansing Nigeria of the scourge of fake drugs;

    * Cardinal Francis Arinze, once considered a potential Pope
    * P.N. Okeke-Ojiudu - a politician who was the first minister of agriculture in the

Nigerian first republic.
    * Cyprian Ekwensi - MFR, a writer of international repute

    * Philip Emeagwali - winner of the 1989 Gordon Bell Prize for Supercomputing;

    * Prof Chike Obi - a Mathematician famous for his work on non-differential equations won the 1985 ICTP Price and developed a special solution for Fermat's Last Theorem

    * Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu - a native of Nnewi who was the first Nigerian millionaire and first president of the Nigerian Stock Exchange;

    * Dim Emeka Ojukwu - the leader of the secessionist Biafra Republic;

    * Barrister Chigbo Uzokwelu, Ebubedike of Igboland, Legal luminary and e-business guru.


    * Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo - a famous economist who spearheaded Nigerian economic reform from 1999–2008 and was ex-head of the Central Bank of Nigeria;

    * Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy MBE, a London-based visual artist. The first black artist to paint a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II when commissioned to paint the official Golden Jubilee portrait.[11] She was chosen as one of the UK Women of the Year in 2002 and 2003, represented the UK at the Council of Europe and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters by the University of East Anglia. During 2006 her work was represented on the national postage stamps of six countries. In 2008 she addressed the Cambridge Union Chukwuogo-Roy is a regular contributor to the BBC and other current affairs programmes. In 2009 she was made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

    * Emeritus Professor J.O.C. Ezeilo(popularly called JOC),often described as Nigerian leading Mathematician alongside Chike Obi.He was former Vice Chancellor Of University Of Nigeria Nsukka.

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- Solidstonez at 9-01-2013 03:47 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: longben on  9-01-2013 11:26 AM
taa,geraway you
ignore her, she is not worth ur time

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- Solidstonez at 9-01-2013 03:49 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: FinlandGuy on  9-01-2013 01:46 PM
Thank U solid,i send ur greeting,she is fine and she dey hail you back.
GOOD

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