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Postby Richard Akindele » Sat Jun 27, 2009 4:31 pm

You mean you haven't seen this movie? It's a must see...


The movie is titled Tsintsiya (broom). Basically, It's saying a broom is only useful when in a bunch. This is so true. In other words, Nigerians, regardless of tribe, must work together as one for the nation to succeed.

Today, you find Yoruba parent dead set against her son marrying an Igbo lady. Or a Muslim Hausa girl prevented from marrying a Christian Hausa/Yoruba/Igbo man. We are all Nigerians, and such stupid divisions shouldn't exist.

I find some of the musical parts in the movie to be rather annoying, but just be patient and watch all 13 parts. You won't regret it.

Nigeria needs a united people.

That would be one step forward toward a progressive nation. Embrace unity, and say no to the stupid things that divide us.

One thing that would further unite the nation, is for Igbos to invite Hausa and Yoruba performers to their ceremonies. Same goes for Yorubas and Hausas.

If I know that a favorite entertainer of mine is making an appearance somewhere, even if the primary organizers are not of my tribe, I'm likely to make an appearance there. This invariably brings all the tribes into close proximity, and before you know it, you're making friends from all sides of the isle.

People, when we partner together, miracles happen.
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Postby xdunamis » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:59 pm

I wish everybody understands this, there would have been existing a better Nigeria.
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