Thursday, April 30, 2015

Egyptian Ambassador Describes Nigeria As A Hidden Paradise

The Egyptian Ambassador to Nigeria, Amassador Ashraf Salama who visited Senator Obanikoro today at his office as described Nigeria as a hidden paradise.

"Nigerians are very kind and hospitable people. They have beautiful nature. I always say that Nigeria is a hidden paradise," he said.


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  1. He's right. Nigerians are the most generous people in the world

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    1. Lies from the pits of hell. Go and look at society, go around the streets, then check that your statement again

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    2. In Yoruba land foreigners are treated nice, but in igbo land 3 out of 4 will try to kidnap him

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  2. Feeling proud

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  3. Paradise my foot

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  4. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Sir i for say make we change places but i equally hate egypt so shut up man abeg.....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  5. Thanks for the compliment sir, if truly it is.

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  6. The Egyptians that I have met are quite the opposite of this description of Nigerians by this Eqyptian ambassador.

    A typical Egyptian does not even believe he is African.
    The Egyptians that I have met are totally the opposite of being kind and hospitable.

    The Egyptian Ambassador should tell us if they attend African Union meetings. They don't.

    A typical Egyptian only want to associate with Africans only if money is involved, otherwise, they don't want to have anything to do with their fellow Africans.

    They see themselves as being above Africans despite that it is USA that is giving them billions of dollars every year to keep their economy going so that they will be friendly towards the state of Israel.

    The Egyptians are Arabs and none of them want to associate with Africans except for the late Col Gaddaffi when he was alive. Only the late col used to attend OAU and later on AU Meetings.
    Out of all Arab leaders only the late Col helped fight apartheid.

    So, this Ambassador need to pack well and let us see road.

    -olu@tlanta- the real-

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  7. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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    1. U'r a nuisance on this blog with your retarded multiple comments!

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  8. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  9. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  10. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  11. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  12. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  13. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  14. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  15. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  16. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  17. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  18. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  19. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  20. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  21. All of a sudden the are all seeinh the beauty....I hope is for our good

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  22. Praising us in our country but hate us in their countries. Hypocrites

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  23. Great compliment. Proudly Nigerian

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  24. This is not an ordinary compliment. There is more to it

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  25. Nigeria turned the garden of Eden. Lol

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  26. Tue. Nigeria is a blessed country

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