58 Nigerians deported from Dublin, Ireland (Page 2)

Published On: October 23, 2009, 9:17 am
Author: kunle Questa
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-- vodoman (m) at 27-10-2009 05:20PM
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Pls if you know or have any brother or sister in Dublin,try and warn them to keep of functions and occasions or unnecessary movents around as the immigration and police are on the offensive to deport any person without status cos this week surprisingly to me they visited my flat,if i was'nt right in the country they would have arrested memby now i would have been back in Nigeria,i beg una please ooooooooooooooo!
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-- younanplacid (m) at 28-10-2009 04:53AM
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God created Nigerians for Nigeria in the first instance and to the totality of humanity next. The same argument is correct for any other Country. These other countries have worked very hard to get to where they are today. Unfortunately the stole our wealth in the process and utilized it for the benefit of all their citizenry. Parts of the resources still remain.

Unfortunately, Nigerians instead of seating down and making out the best for themselves they decide to "check out" of the Country at the least opportunity and oblivious of what awaits them over there. Even when they succeed in their bids, they resort to all kinds of behaviors that have made every Nigerian a criminal before any foreigners including their fellow Africans.

The Nigerian Ambassador in Ireland should not be blamed for the fates of these deportees. They were repartriated based on their conducts. Nigeria did not send them there in the first instance. In fact they hsve reaped what they have sown. It is the same story all over the world be it in Lybia, China, Japan, South Africa or Gabon just next door.

My suggestion is that Nigerian should be a bit patient and that the Governments take appropriate measures to provide enabling environments for education and business for the youths. This will stem down their ambition to leave the country. The youths
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-- TripleA3 (m) at 30-10-2009 10:55AM
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Na wa 4 dis ppl wen dem de call ambassadors.dem de chop and dey nor wan allow us chop 2.Imagine how those guys go feel.omo na phyuk up na,especially if dem neva hammer.anyway if kema de invovled,maybe those guys b de prison for one thing or the other.
The reason i say so because 4 greece wen i de,naijans full 4 prison de serve 9-15 years for drugs hawking in the street.those knd ppl if dem gree deport them,dem go happy 2 much.
Life in prison in europe no b joke oh.
I hail Naija.I only blame our govt.

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-- blings_is_back (m) at 30-10-2009 11:01AM
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OK
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-- cyril4christ (m) at 30-10-2009 11:04AM
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WHY THIS OK............
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-- blings_is_back (m) at 30-10-2009 11:24AM
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becos ok is ok
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-- cyril4christ (m) at 30-10-2009 11:27AM
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SO FUNNY...................
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-- blings_is_back (m) at 30-10-2009 11:44AM
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always funny
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-- omojeep (f) at 31-10-2009 12:59AM
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GOD help us oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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-- cyril4christ (m) at 1-11-2009 04:12PM
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OK.......................
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-- sexy20s (f) at 5-11-2009 04:13PM
(202 | Upcoming)

Wao
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-- blings_is_back (m) at 6-11-2009 02:30PM
(12426 | Hero)

u no pass again?
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-- NKEMJOU (f) at 11-11-2009 02:14AM
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kai
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-- Toks-E (m) at 14-11-2009 01:37AM
(37498 | Addicted Hero)

i dey laff

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-- chisompeter (m) at 29-10-2011 11:33PM
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NA AS####O SHE BE NA....SLEEPING WITH PLITICIANS
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-- kerrylevels (m) at 2-04-2012 06:27PM
(7 | Newbie)

nigeria ppl no dey try at al dey go dey bit goat d goat go stil dey come na him bi nigeria own
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-- kerrylevels (m) at 2-04-2012 06:29PM
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Quote from: younanplacid on 28-10-2009 04:53AM


God created Nigerians for Nigeria in the first instance and to the totality of humanity next. The same argument is correct for any other Country. These other countries have worked very hard to get to where they are today. Unfortunately the stole our wealth in the process and utilized it for the benefit of all their citizenry. Parts of the resources still remain.

Unfortunately, Nigerians instead of seating down and making out the best for themselves they decide to "check out" of the Country at the least opportunity and oblivious of what awaits them over there. Even when they succeed in their bids, they resort to all kinds of behaviors that have made every Nigerian a criminal before any foreigners including their fellow Africans.

The Nigerian Ambassador in Ireland should not be blamed for the fates of these deportees. They were repartriated based on their conducts. Nigeria did not send them there in the first instance. In fact they hsve reaped what they have sown. It is the same story all over the world be it in Lybia, China, Japan, South Africa or Gabon just next door.

My suggestion is that Nigerian should be a bit patient and that the Governments take appropriate measures to provide enabling environments for education and business for the youths. This will stem down their ambition to leave the country. The youths
nigeria ppl no dey try at al dey go dey bit goat d goat go stil dey come na him bi nigeria own
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-- Maggiecube (f) at 26-05-2012 11:38AM
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Quote from: vodoman on 26-10-2009 01:57PM
I have read all this messages and every comment you all have contributed on this forum,i live in Dublin myself cos i moved from uk with my family b4 the recession,i know the people at the helms of goverment are making life unbearable for the citizens by stealing and the society values has crumbled,which is a shame and i know when time comes God would deal with all of them.But i want to tell you, those that were deported where caught in a party celebrating Nigerian indepence and partying what is good in nigeria that they are celebrating,you see when people are surffering,they tend to be humble,but afterwards they forget when they are reliefed,dublin is not their country and they dont have the legal status in the country what where they looking for in a party,if they where at home celebrating they would not be arrested and deported,this would serve as a warning to others who have families at home to stop wasting the little they get here in Dublin,the irish goverment are facing a lot of sress with the recession now.
thank u, charity begins at home. the country is mourning, and Nigerians are celerating
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-- Solidstonez (f) at 22-06-2012 09:48AM
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OK

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-- Solidstonez (f) at 22-06-2012 09:48AM
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OK

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