Nigerians React After Northerners Hoped Algeria Wins Nigeria Because Team Is Made Up Of Igbos

1 year ago by: CLARA JANCITA
-- Online (f) at 15-07-2019 01:14PM

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A number of Nigerians took to their social media accounts to say they hope Nigeria loses to Algeria at AFCON because most of the players making up the Super Eagles team are Igbos.

The men said they support Algeria and hope for Nigeria's loss.

Nigerians have called out their behaviour while pointing out that tribalism is keeping us from moving forward as a nation.











-- KOSHIMANA (m) at 15-07-2019 01:35PM
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Hmmm mk una continue by d time una set d country on fire una eyes go clear
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-- Bebold (m) at 15-07-2019 02:03PM
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Wow the hatred is much
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-- dopygenius (m) at 15-07-2019 03:19PM
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This country is going no where, poverty has killed this country, and he won't step down after him rigging the past election...
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-- maizaxx (m) at 15-07-2019 03:24PM
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Out right stupidity.
I wonder what kind of a nation we are?
If we can't  call ourselves brothers then it will be right if we part ways.
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-- philnel (m) at 15-07-2019 03:42PM
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The greatest President of Nigeria, will be the one who will ensure that the Northerners gets educated by all means possible. Don't be surprised when you hear this cows speak this way, is not their fault for they do not understand what patriotism means. I pray they don't allow stupidity drag them too far to regret when it's already late. OLUWA HOLDS THE ACE.
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-- Cominion (m) at 15-07-2019 04:24PM
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So na now the thing clear for una eyes. Na craze dey worry all of una
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-- christiano10 (m) at 15-07-2019 05:29PM
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Quote from: maizaxx on 15-07-2019 03:24PM
Out right stupidity.
I wonder what kind of a nation we are?
If we can't  call ourselves brothers then it will be right if we part ways.
exactly bro, better we part ways, which is the best option for now.
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-- kacylee Online (f) at 15-07-2019 06:56PM
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nawa ooo... who is saying one Nigeria there Huh? ... Nigeria is divided already

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-- olowoinlionsden (m) at 15-07-2019 07:03PM
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Action begets Reaction. Some stupid Igbo spectators were responsible for this bizarre Wish. The guys went about in group openly singing the praise of their idols, present and past, all Igbo's of course. Perhaps if they had dorned their native attires rather than the national Jersey, it would at least be tolerable.
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-- titobenja (m) at 15-07-2019 07:38PM
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Quote from: kacylee on 15-07-2019 06:56PM
nawa ooo... who is saying one Nigeria there Huh? ... Nigeria is divided already

You have just said the bitter truth, one Nigeria is history.
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-- tonyokafor Online (m) at 15-07-2019 08:16PM
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continue hating i think our national team no 7 is called (Ahmed musa Okafor) idiot fellow i dont blame them anyway they are not from nigeria
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-- Baye77 (m) at 15-07-2019 11:26PM
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Ofcos I'm not surprised...I'm only shedding tears for me dear country...yea igbo brothers hate northerners...they are returning the hate...
Sports is like the only thing that normally unite us.., no matter the differences...if sports cant do that anymore, then we r in serious trouble in this country...God help us.
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-- SweetDaddy1 (m) at 16-07-2019 12:20AM
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How can you call those who wish Algeria wins Nigeria Northerners. They are not Nigerians but from north and central Africa Countries. Most of these people are in position of power in Nigeria but with time, destruction shall consume them when Alamajiri will arise to ask for education and claim their rightful place in Northern Nigeria.
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-- Commonsense (m) at 16-07-2019 10:35AM
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Quote from: olowoinlionsden on 15-07-2019 07:03PM
Action begets Reaction. Some stupid Igbo spectators were responsible for this bizarre Wish. The guys went about in group openly singing the praise of their idols, present and past, all Igbo's of course. Perhaps if they had dorned their native attires rather than the national Jersey, it would at least be tolerable.

Afonja slave, you're a very senseless twat
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