Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Mark Zuckerberg Adds Fulani, Hausa Language to Facebook

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Sunday, October 02, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg Adds Fulani, Hausa Language to Facebook

Well done Mr Z'berg!



38 comments:

  1. Lolz how many Fulani's have facebook account? Smh

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    1. It's appalling to hear such hatred comments coming out of a woman and an "educated one" for that matter. Why such hatred and tribalism from the youth? This wasn't how we were brought up. We need unity in Nigeria; whatever the tribe or religion. What will you teach your children? You are disgusting!! #spitsonyourface

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      Hypocrite ann 12:27 you talk of hate and yet you have so much hate in you! Why call her names? Calling some one names is that love in ur village?
      ASHAWO WAS 1's A VIRGIN

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    3. Exactly Jacinta! God bless you. Mark that set up this network, turned it into a global money-making organisation, spent his money to come check out things, first hand, in Nigeria and Kenya obviously made a foolish decision (IN YOUR LOWLY UNINTELLIGENT BIGOTED MIND).
      Stay there in your undeveloped state of mind and keep hating. Maybe it's about time someone gave Ibos painful lessons in History; about Ibos not having any known structured dynasty unlike Kanem Borno, Oduduwa's dynasty, Benin Kingdom and the Caliphate. How Ibos were (and are still are) so against each other that Umaru Altine from Sokoto was elected Mayor of Enugu in 1952. How the distrust and mutual suspicion between Nzegwu and Ifeajuna led to the failure of the 1967 coup. And how Zik conveniently found himself on vacation in Haiti with Papa Doc (his former classmate) when the political and military elite of Hausa extraction was being wiped out.
      Girl, go ask your educated relations what TRULY brought about the (deliberate) marginalization of Ibos. Oshisco

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    4. I am Igbo and can't fault you on that. Ndigbo are divided. Some will sell their heritage for a silver coin. Until we learn from history, we can never rule Nigeria. Biafra is a dream. I am not interested!

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  2. Nice. Has anyone heard from my boy BOBRISKY ?

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  3. Waoo.. his visit Nigeria is rubbing off well after all.

    Where are those Kenyans again? Ahaha

    OK bye

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    1. Sisi eko where are the Kenyans? Are you kidding me? Do you thing u are 17?

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  4. Hausa Fulani in danger of disappearing??! You lie Zuker you lie!!! There are Fulani hausa speaking in Cameroon Senegal Gabon chad niger Ghana central-Afrik Sudan Nigeria Mali and many more.. Even the Yoruba language cut across Benin Brazil Haiti and a few others which other country speak the Igbo language the only language that is truly in danger of disappearing but like a seed they will keep germinating..

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    1. Where did you read that fula I is going extinct? That's how you fail exams. Simple comprehension is hard for you

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    2. Lmao.....
      But really, if time is not taken, the igboanguage will totally disappear.

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    3. It is not the number of countries that speak the language,it is the no if speakers,Chinese language may be spoken by just China but China has over a billion speakers which surpasses 100countries put together.

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    Love it, but it makes no sense to me, Fulani man never sabi speak English na www e go come sabi? The page will be so so not active that it will be take down.
    ASHAWO WAS 1's A VIRGIN

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  6. He is biased. Buhari obviously has a hand in this

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  7. Of course, it is sensible he added Hausa and Fufude to facebook. Why bother with Igbo, Yoruba and other languages since they will be extinct soon. Apart from the Hausas, other Nigerian parents think it is a thing of pride if their children can't speak their indigenous languages. Why will Zuckeberg bother to invest in languages that will be extinct soon.

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    1. You see how foolish u are??? This simple post brought out your ignorance and foolishness!!! I am not Igbo or youruba but one obvious fact is, those two tribes don't joke with speaking their languages that's why even if they live abroad for donkey years, especially d Igbos they still teach their children their language&try to bring them home. It is good he added Hausa because illiteracy is HIGHER in d North, u can hardly find and average Hausa man that speaks well even at PhD level. Kapish!!!

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    2. I see your brain is maggot infested. Boko haram!

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    3. Shut up! You are one of the problem in this country. Why do you guys spit so much hatred? Why would you say that? I am Hausa Fulani and find this comment very embarrassing. Stella you need to start blocking such hatred comments and let's promote unity. This is the same reason why I stopped going on to Linda Ikeji. Seems she always instigates such behavior...

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    4. Thank you! Its so annoying, especially igbos, you speak igbo and they say you are igbotic. I was just telling a friend about this, i noticed two igbos communicating in English buh they speak igbo well, one of them is also fluent in yoruba and while they were gisting, a yoruba guy came then the one that's fluent in yoruba started communicating in yoruba with him. Like really! Don't know if the feel speaking English means you're educated, English is also a language like igbo and you can be dedicated in any language. If not for America, English would have been like any other African language. Check the number of African countries with English as there official language and compare it the French speaking African countries.

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    5. Ha ha ha. I wrote the truth and you half baked graduates couldn't understand the meaning of what I wrote cos, of course, you are half baked graduate ie if u actually even went to school.

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    6. Anon 12:32 there can never be unity in Nigeria because the foundation is faulty so don't blame Stella.

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  8. Wake me up when he adds Igbo. Till then.. Bye 👋

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    1. Offer as a volunteer and Igbo will be added.simple

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  9. Well done? Zuckerberg helping Boko Haram send themselves messages. Anyhow na from facebook cia go dey catch them. Parasite fulani herdsmen

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  10. I can't see wia Hausa n Fulani is written Stella

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  11. Prolly cos d fulanis can hardly speak or write English. So he's creating an Avenue for them to be able to use Facebook actively

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  12. Mark Zuckerberg is business incline.
    For every new feature he introduces to facebook, he gets a commercial value.
    He is not been partial, perhaps someone did put up a proposal on that and for him to accept such a proposal, a financial negotiation must have taken place.
    So, if anyone has an itch about that, write a proposal to facebook and be ready to spend some millions in favour of facebook. If you do that, Mark Z'berg would not hesitate to include your language with immediate effect.
    Save your arguement and do that for your tribe.

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