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|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by PROUD-IGBO(m): 6:47pm On Feb 21, 2012|
^^^Chino, i thought you said you'd try and take a few pics after church on sunday of the new Refinery (etc)? If we're having progress in The South East, and Anambra specifically, then it's better to show it with pics so people will not think they're phantom projects.
The Swiss firms constructions in Anambra that you mentioned above, you know their website where we can get more info', or where we can see pics of said on-going work?
Good things may be happening in some South Eastern States, but we don't seem to be that concerned about selling ourselves properly to the world. Like this PPP initiative going on in Abia State for instance, apparently some multi-million $$$$ projects are already being constructed in Abia, but nobody hears of it:
Hermes Juno Ltd. was founded in 2007 as a joint venture between Hermes Group U.S.A. and some Nigerian businessmen to produce Power, Cement and other industries by utilizing Nigeria’s abundant gas resources.
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by Diligence: 6:51pm On Feb 21, 2012|
, Anambra is rich in natural gas, crude oil, bauxite, ceramic and has an almost 100 percent arable soil.
In the year 2006, foundation laying ceremony for the first Nigerian private refinery Orient Petroleum Refinery (OPR) was made at Nsugbe-Umuleri area . The Orient Petroleum Resource Ltd, (OPRL) owners of OPR, was licensed in June 2002, by the Federal Government to construct a private refinery with a 55,000 b/d capacity.
Furthermore, Anambra state is a state that has many other resources in terms of agro-based activities like fishery and farming, as well as land cultivated for pasturing and animal husbandry.
Currently,Anambra State has the lowest poverty rate in Nigeria. ,
Please start planning how to invest in Anambra State (The Light of the Nation and Home for All Good People), You are all welcome!
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by chino24: 8:34pm On Feb 21, 2012|
Nwanne I couldn't drive down there on Sunday due some engagements that came up afterwards. I work mon thru friday, I have only sat and sun to rest and attend to my personal needs. However I will make out time soon to take a trip to the site once again, its a place I visit from time to time.
They signed the contract in 2007. Early last year I was in Anambra north, they were seriously developing massive luxury apartments, recreations and other ancillaries for different classes of people both expatriate and otherwise:
"He also said the company had signed an agreement with Nerida International of Geneva, Switzerland, for the development of a housing estate in Aguleri, Anambra State.
He said the project was expected to be executed on a contractor-finance basis, adding, him, “The housing project will cater primarily for the needs of the staff of the refinery.”
Under the plans, the estate will comprise 54 buildings in its first phase, which also includes a police station, fire station, health centre, school, central business district, recreation/sports club and the estate management office.
He explained that the estate was part of the OPR integrated development scheme for the resumption of site works within the month.
He said, “We want to take full advantage of the dry season to complete the internal roads, drains, foundations, office blocks and others.”"
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by beautyuche: 11:05am On Feb 22, 2012|
Anambra people hope dis will be a blessing not a curse like sum other states that are yet to benefit from being an oil producing state.as fo militancey in Anambra may i remind you that they hare still d No 1 after all where did the whole biafra start and civil war??
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by Da infamous: 2:16pm On Feb 22, 2012|
beautyuche:no it will not be i think they have learn their lesson from others.
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by chino11(m): 12:46pm On Feb 25, 2012|
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by EzeUche(m): 3:23am On Feb 26, 2012|
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by Toaskarity(m): 5:57am On Feb 26, 2012|
^^ biko mechionu! so because of the act of only one person from anambra of about illion ppl, you now wish the oil is found another place. What you just say portrays you got same mind with that of chino.
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by EzeUche(m): 5:59am On Feb 26, 2012|
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by Toaskarity(m): 6:17am On Feb 26, 2012|
^^pls Im not into your round of aro or nri whatever,
Im yet to know why you wish the oil wasnt found in Anambra instead ebonyi, so because somebody like chino act weird then will be your excuse. How many ppl is in anambra? infact how many ppl from anambra on nl talk like him.
If actually you believe in igboland then you have no right to say such! ok,what have you to say about when enugu state send non indigene away or when abia did same? maybe you will enugu isnt igboland.
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by EzeUche(m): 6:25am On Feb 26, 2012|
Oil is a curse.
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by Obiagu1(m): 6:28am On Feb 26, 2012|
Oil is not a curse. It is not a curse to Albertans and will not be a curse to Anambrarians!
You really got issues.
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by Toaskarity(m): 7:30am On Feb 26, 2012|
EzeUche:That means you want the curse to be upon ebonyi, dont make me doubt you are Igbo or is aro not igbo just like onicha too
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by EzeUche(m): 8:20am On Feb 26, 2012|
Where in Nigeria has oil been a success story?
|Re: Anambra Joins Oil-producing States by chino11(m): 1:11pm On Feb 26, 2012|
@Toaskarity, why do you keep quoting me? What is the matter with you and why are you calling my comments 'weird'? Are you DAFT, DAZED or something worse off?
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