FRAGILE EGO

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In the FINAL ANALYSIS , this is what i have found!!! Quite a few of us are saddled with a curse, called the “fragile EGO”! as aptly put by my friend Osahon.

Otherwise the most populous black nation on earth is more than physically and spiritually equipped to become a global economic superpower producing the infrastructure in the picture (below), indigenously.

 

This fragile Ego is the reason why we have little apprehension for the past and inability to visualise the future!!!

The fragile ego stunts emotional intelligence or emotional maturity. It is because of this ego, vehement partisan arguments very quickly escalate & reduces our tone of discourse to personal insults. This happens in an attempt to shamefully hurt the ego of a hurriedly perceived enemy all in a vain attempt to boost their own Ego, while making political points. Hence fault-lines for division are readily made that over time cause division and strife, which leads to disunity.

 

Otherwise there is no difference between the average Nigerian and the average other human being!!! Other peoples have this too, to some various degrees. For example the Indians have been known to throw punches in their paliament too. Their culture is similar to ours.

 

It is in our culture, and it protects itself from being exorcised from us, because it tells us that is who we are and that if it goes away, we become emasculated!!!!!! Which uncannily for most of us, is true!!! I have written severally and published as much in my Facebook Notes/Articles.

 

Our people have a parable!!!

OYINBO, NO GET TWO HEAD!!! Lets reflect!!!

 

ITS OUR TURN!!!

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Ken Ify Orakx
Ken Ify Orakx It’s a pity
March 19, 2015 at 4:52pm ·

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Samuel Oviawe
Samuel Oviawe U are right Greg. We need to quickly ‘come to ourselves’ and remove the Jacobian yoke from our necks. We should encourage our government to NORMALIZE the NIGERIAN.
March 19, 2015 at 5:21pm ·

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Greg Ekhator Samuel Oviawe, absolutely sir, the problem is that it is the fragile ego that stops us from coming together sir!!!

Perhaps the SOLUTION is those of us who have conquered this jacobian yoke as you call it, to be shining examples the rest of us, and therefore role models of how to be free to unite in greater numbers?

March 19, 2015 at 5:37pm ·

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El Veritas
El Veritas Greg Ekhator…Not when you’re wallowing with a bunch who still exemplify the very crust of the issue addressed here.Have you not noticed that those who you sell their change do not believe in the Nigerianization of our polity and economies?. They evenSee More
March 19, 2015 at 7:57pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Eric Akpore, i will like you to read this line i have extracted from the article, but carefully!!!
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It is because of this ego, vehement partisan arguments very quickly escalate to personal insults, in an attempt to shamefully hurt the ego of a hurSee More
March 19, 2015 at 8:51pm · Edited ·

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El Veritas
El Veritas You point was well received. My bad. Really sorry.
March 19, 2015 at 8:56pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Thats honourable my friend! Cheers

March 19, 2015 at 8:59pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator This is an example of how the fragile ego, causes vehement arguments to escalate or to lower the tone of the conversation to the worthless crazy realm:
https://www.facebook.com/greg…/posts/10153200917749878…
March 19, 2015 at 10:15pm ·

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Osahon OSahon
Osahon OSahon Also the lacck of research based learning can be attributed to the lack of objective reasoning displayed by many schooled individuals… the system encourages regurgitation of written content without exploring its application… thus educaation has becSee More
March 20, 2015 at 7:32am · Edited ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Osahon OSahon, GBAAAM!
Very well said!!!
March 20, 2015 at 2:58pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator In light of Oba of Lagos debacle let’s reflect on the root causes of tribalism and his words in this context if applicable?
April 8, 2015 at 6:11pm ·

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El Bandido Moreno
El Bandido Moreno True and it’s a vice we ought to do away with Ego and learning can never co exist because they are enemies
April 7, 2016 at 11:32am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator I CAN’T SHOUT!!
December 28, 2016 at 11:01am ·

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Osahon OSahon
December 28, 2016 at 1:13pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator 2017, STILL THE SAME ISSUES
January 29 at 1:39pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator True and it’s a vice we ought to do away with Ego and learning can never co exist because they are enemies
El Bandido MorenoSee More
January 29 at 2:46pm · Edited ·

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El Bandido Moreno
El Bandido Moreno Haha Prof @Greg you of all people should know brevity is the enemy of nuance,these things (as far as Nig Politics is concerned anyway)should never be taken personally,we will always throw banter,agree on issues and disagree on others.Sega L’éveilleuris like my brother from another mother and we do disagree on points of issue,nevertheless there are more which we agree on than disagree.
January 29 at 5:01pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator El Bandido Moreno, my dear bro, i miss you and your plenty grammar!
But you curse me no be small the last time, i had to make an example of you, lest the other rebels take a bad cue!!! he he he
How you dey?See More
January 29 at 5:23pm ·

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Sega L'éveilleur
Sega L’éveilleur Alhaji Prof Greg Ekhator Welcome back and Happy new year. I have always maintained that for as long as we live culture contact and culture conflict will be a constant cyclical event. In the final analysis we will all learn from the experience while enaSee More
January 29 at 5:25pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Field Marshal Sega L’éveilleur, i hail
You have spoken well
Happy new year bro!
January 29 at 5:28pm ·

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El Bandido Moreno
El Bandido Moreno Ah @greg I’m sure it’s all in the spirit of Nig Politics banter never personal.I didn’t even know you had blocked me or unfriended because it was sudden and unexpected.
Happy new year brother,may this year and its uncertainties not impact negatively upon us and our own.Thank God you are back I need Anti trump allies to help balance the scales with Prof Sega L’éveilleur ?
January 29 at 6:07pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ha ha ha
I never left…..
Been here all the while.
January 29 at 6:37pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Who will unburden us of this curse thats intricately woven into our culture?
June 11 at 9:50pm ·

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