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Omo Naija (means I'm a Nigerian) --- Dedicated to Nigerians Everywhere --- Keep Your Heads Held High!! (2764 hits)

Omo Naija by DJ Jamix ...be patient because actual video comes on at about 21 seconds......


Posted By: Jen Fad
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 9:06AM
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The Picture is beautiful,
the song video is frightening to any American..and represents Decadence...
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 9:32AM
robert powell
Robert your comments are appreciated, but not all will feel the same.
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 9:40AM
Jen Fad
I've tried to search the web for the lyrics, but in a nutshell they are talking about being proud to be Black, Nigerians, and proud of their country. I'll continue to search for the translation/lyrics to the song and post them to the blog.
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 9:42AM
Jen Fad
which comments?

I think all will like the picture in the lower right.

but the negroid video looks like negro gang activity, to me, and if I saw that behaviour and loud sound, I would call the police, I am a snitch.

Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 11:02AM
robert powell
[, and if I saw that behaviour and loud sound, I would call the police, I am a snitch.]

Robert is there a noise ordinance in your city? ((LMBO))
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 11:37AM
Jen Fad
I live in a small city, and yes jenFad, anyone playing that music would be pulled over by our Law Enforcement.

I have many Nigerian friends like the bottom right picture, I pray with them daily and oh THE NIGERIAN FOOD--
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 3:38PM
robert powell
Oh yes---Nigerians are very enterprising people & the FOOD is OUT Of This WORLD!!!
Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 4:19PM
Jen Fad
Hello to All,

Okay, Black Americans who are descendents of slaves please let me wake you up.

What about us? How soon could we have our country on a portion of this continent? How will our food be, would it be out of this world as well? Will we be as beautiful of people as Nigerians are? In short, will we have our own as the Nigerians have their own?

You Black Americans only can keep an eye on yourself for 28 days, Black History month. While big deal.

I love you all deadheads Black Americans more than I love Nigerian people. Am I stupid?

Do you all know how much thinking is going to go into our sovereignty and preparations for it? I am telling you all that everything I say is going to happen.

Tell me what you think.

Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 7:13PM
Harry Watley
no sir, you are not stupid---

but sir -
what type of food would we have in SovereignBlackAmerica?

could you as prophet forbid chittlins and pig feet?

Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 9:07PM
robert powell
Hello Robert,

The pork will be a cultural and health wise forbidden meat to eat. Naturally, it will be enforced by how we raise our children. We will be successful since we will not have the interference of White America. In addition, from a health point of view we will promote the foods that prolong life and preserves good health. Therefore, healthcare will be the lowest cost line item of our government’s budget while the best doctors, Black Americans that used to be White America’s slaves in the world would be in our country.

However, the point that I am making is that we will have a food that distinguishes us from other people as Clark pointed out about the jollop rice of the Nigerians. This is the first I have ever heard of this rice.

Do you all understand where I am coming from? These unique and distinct items are what identify a people as being sovereign and unique. Presently, we are a people that still belong to White American people since their ancestors made us.

Everything about what we have belongs to someone else and that irks the hell out of me. We have nothing distinguishable of our own. However, before we think of having anything distinguishable we must keep our minds on God and becoming a sovereign people.

Well Robert I am rather settled back down that you said I am not stupid. Often times in Bible study when I say something I would follow it up by asking the pastor and the members am I crazy to say some of the things I say. To them it is shocking and a revelation to their usual way of thinking.

For example, today at the mosques I engaged two Imams, who are followers of W. D. Muhammad. I was telling them that all the different races that make up humanity each race have a right to Allah. But, when Black Americans as a race lines up behind the Arabian race it shows that Black Americans are lost. They then challenged me on race. I showed them that the race of the Prophet whom Allah rose up always match the race of his people. They said that I was racist. It ticked me off that these so-called intelligent leaders could think that I am racist when I told them that Allah has also risen up a Black American prophet for us. In other words, when I mention a Black American prophet I am being racists, but it is all right for the Arabian people to have an Arab prophet or the Jewish people to have a Jewish prophet. But, when it comes to Black Americans have been a Black American prophet then I am being racists. I told them they still have a slave mentality.

By common sense, they conclud that I am their prophet, but found it difficult to accept it. Anyway, the dialogue ended on a good note.

Tell me what you think.

Monday, January 11th 2010 at 5:00AM
Harry Watley
Brother Clark I love jollof rice but I tend to skip the goat, but substitute beef or chicken instead.
Monday, January 11th 2010 at 7:50AM
Jen Fad
Hello to All,

Do any of you all feel that the Nigerians would love our food when we become sovereign and have the opportunity to create a dish that is unique to Black Americans and no other culture or race has it?

I yearn for the day to hear Whites, Nigerians; Chinese etc. say I love to eat the food of Black Americans.

Am I out of my mind to feel this way about us, Black Americans? Am I the only one that feels this way about us? Are there any more Black Americans besides me that loves Black Americans? I hope that I am wrong.


Monday, January 11th 2010 at 9:02AM
Harry Watley
America is a great country filled with the best food from immigrants from all over the world. There are plenty of people who love Soul Food, but there is no food like West African food. Harry you need to try some Pepper Soup--- umm umm Delicious!
Monday, January 11th 2010 at 9:36AM
Jen Fad
Motherland Nigeria Recipes
obe ata (pepper soup): thick sauce made by boiling ground tomatoes, ground pepper, meat or fish, meat broth or fish broth, onions, vegetable oil or palm oil, and other spices. http://www.motherlandnigeria.com/recipes.h...

jollof rice: rice cooked (or baked) with ground tomatoes, peppers, sometimes meat and vegetables, other spices, and comes out reddish in color.

For other recipes check out link below:

Monday, January 11th 2010 at 9:44AM
Jen Fad
Hello Jen,

Thanks for the link. I love to eat. I am watching my weight. When I was younger, I weighed 150 pounds all my life. When I got in my 60s, I put on 70 pounds. I am not fat, but I am chubby. I am exercising to get it off, but it is not coming off as fast as I would like. However, I am moving in the right direction. Excess weight brings on many health issues.

Anyway, you understand the point I am making about us, do you not? By the way, I do not care for soulful. Soul food is leftovers from White Southern food. When we become a sovereign people, I am looking for a signature food.

Ms. Jen if I had nothing but one dollar to make a bet on which ethnicity out of all there are in the world I would place my dollar on Black Americans who are descendents of slaves to win.

Incidentally, Ms. Jen, how many times have I told you that Africa is not our motherland? A portion of this country is our motherland. No Black Americans who are descendents of slaves came from Africa.

Do you hear me?

Monday, January 11th 2010 at 12:19PM
Harry Watley
[No Black Americans who are descendents of slaves came from Africa.]

I hear you and thanks. Are you going to try the Pepper Soup? It's umm umm good!!
Monday, January 11th 2010 at 5:18PM
Jen Fad
Hello Ms. Jen,

Yes, I saw the recipe for the pepper soup. Surely, I am going to try it.

Thanks again, love you.

Tuesday, January 12th 2010 at 5:19AM
Harry Watley

You love me?!! I love you more!!!
Tuesday, January 12th 2010 at 11:55AM
Jen Fad
Hello Jen,

Great, that we love each other! Jen I am going to rise to what I am, Black America’s first genuine prophet. I am going to do the things I said that is going to happen for Black Americans. We are going to become a sovereign people on a portion of this continent.

Tuesday, January 12th 2010 at 3:11PM
Harry Watley
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