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Politics / Re: Anambra Governorship Election 2017 Results - Live Updates (Unofficial) by Abagworo(m): 11:01pm On Nov 18
This is complete beat down cheesy

This one is as fake as the dirty Nkpor flyover.

Politics / Re: Anambra Election: Polling Unit Results Show Obiano Has Won – APGA Chairman, Oye by Abagworo(m): 10:59pm On Nov 18
APGA trying to cause confusion but the real result is almost ready amd Nwoye won. There agents have been busy posting gake results to cause disaffection when the final INEC result is released.

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Politics / Re: Anambra Governorship Election 2017 Results - Live Updates (Unofficial) by Abagworo(m): 10:54pm On Nov 18

Hopeless frustrated old clown. Of course your APC won from behind and not from the front. You thought your APC will win so that the backwardness and worthlessness of Imo state shall infect us. You must be dreaming.

I am very sure that the results coming out really broke your heart. cheesy


Nwoye has come to rescue you from the drunken master. Once again congrats to Nwoye.
Politics / Re: Anambra Governorship Election 2017 Results - Live Updates (Unofficial) by Abagworo(m): 10:47pm On Nov 18
Useless old man, what is your business if he is in both places at the same time?


Hehehe. I've been searching for you and it's such a shame your team lost. As usual I expect you to swallow your vomit and join Nwoye camp now that he has won. Congrats to the rugged lordie.
Politics / Re: 2023 Or 2027 The Presidency Will Come To The South And Will Not Be SE by Abagworo(m): 10:41pm On Nov 18
2023 Buhari will hand over to Okorocha as agreed by the world powers. The rest are mere pretenders.
Politics / Re: Anambra Governorship Election 2017 Results - Live Updates (Unofficial) by Abagworo(m): 10:38pm On Nov 18
Apga won in onitsha and my village.
Everything was counted fair and square before our presence, nothing fake about these results.

You must be "The Flash" to be at Onitsha and your village at the same time.
Politics / Re: Anambra Election: Aba People Observe Sit-At-Home (Video) by Abagworo(m): 5:48pm On Nov 18
Aba is the most brainwashed city in Igboland. Imagine sitting at home while Anambra residents came out to vote. Tufiakwa!
Family / Re: Lady Gets A Car As Gift From Husband On Her Birthday (Photos) by Abagworo(m): 11:32am On Nov 18
grin grin grin grin 7 to 10 years old vehicle still called new, Nigeria i hail thee

The car looks new. Newer than some 2012 to 2016 cars.
Politics / Re: Anambra 2017 Governorship Election Monitoring And Live Updates by Abagworo(m): 11:30am On Nov 18
Imo state the only APC governor in the east. He has performed bably. Infact he has imposed much hardship on the citizens. Just visit Imo and interact with guys, you will understand the hatred for APC. The governmemt at the centre has also compounded the issue with lopsided appointments favouring hausa fulanis and muslim north.

Can you compare the filth in Anambra to the beauty and cleanliness of Imo? Sometimes you don't have to write thrash to sell your candidate. Anambra is looking very dirty and unkempt with garbage littered sandy roads.

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Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 11:26am On Nov 18

You need to learn more about how to use these words-Lend and borrow

Mistake: Imo people can’t lend from but can lend to. They can borrow from not borrow to.


I want to borrow your pen

I ll lend you my pen

Can't you tell illiterates from the way they write? That guy is one and he is from Anambra.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 11:24am On Nov 18

Mr man, why should a normal person be owing pension and be going about building statues? Who does that? Should a man who has not paid his kids school fees go around popping champagne in the name of celebrating life?

Mr man since virtually all the States are owing pension, contractors or other obligations why should anything be done other than paying up? Your assertion will make sense if widely applied and not selectively.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 9:49am On Nov 18

Don't ever quote me again....

The bolded are what again.... mtcheeww

It's afterall your state, enjoy your statues and egocentrism

The issue of pensions is a national problem and not peculiar to any State. Mention your State and I guess it's worse.
Politics / Re: Anambra 2017 Governorship Election Monitoring And Live Updates by Abagworo(m): 9:46am On Nov 18
There is fair turnout at Obiano's home LGA and it might swing the votes compared with low turn out elsewhere.
Politics / Re: Anambra 2017 Governorship Election Monitoring And Live Updates by Abagworo(m): 9:43am On Nov 18
There is low turn out for now. Seems the few coming out are for Nwoye.

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Politics / Re: Obaseki Warns Ijaws: "Don’t Take My Tolerance For Granted" by Abagworo(m): 9:32am On Nov 18

Nobody is interested in oppressing any law abiding Ijaws in Edo State. But any criminals coming from far away Ijaw land to derail the seaport project would be dealt with severely.

Why would a people be so backward. It's just terrible. If anything good wants to be built, Ijaws would just want to disrupt it. That's how the Oil and Gas free zone which was to be built in Escravos was derailed because of the stupid argument that Ijaws chose to have with itsekiri. Now Jonathan left and the project that would have created thousands upon thousands of jobs has been abandoned.
The Brass LNG project also has been abandoned. Not a single project in anywhere Ijaws exist. Bayelsa with all its allocation is probably the worst state in the South. It appears like the Ijaws are the Northerners of Southern Nigeria.

Even the dredging of River Niger was stopped by Ijaws though the reason is understandable.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 9:29am On Nov 18
If you hear how much one cost you will go into coma for 5 min

Only a fool will believe in the nonsense price fixed by PDP to demystify the hall of fame. Maybe they think the value of the statue is worth that in their corrupt mind.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 9:25am On Nov 18
Rochas will be like : " It's my destiny to raise statues in my state"

Even as he's owing workers or paying them very pitiful sums...
Even as most roads in his state are dilapidated
Even as more and more of the youths in his state are jobless due to absence of productive industries in almost every sector
Even as the average business man is struggling to make ends meet so they could pay off their taxes (whichever way it's being forced out of their purses)

Rochas you need a complete head transplant...

Stop writing nonsense. No worker is owed in Imo State and Owerri as a city is booming in business. The reason is because everyone wants to be in Owerri for a weekend. Pensioners are the ones owed and it's gradually being settled.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 9:22am On Nov 18





Please stop this eye disturbing block letter writing. Okorocha built better markets outside the city and demolished the dirty old one for beautification. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 9:18am On Nov 18

It doesn't change the fact that millions of state resources are already wasted on the vain venture.

How is the hall of fame a vain venture? For Presidents of countries to leave their country to attend the induction ceremony means the hall of fame is highly valuable. It is a clever strategy to put the State on the world map and it's already working.
Politics / Re: Statues Of Obasanjo, Ekwueme, Awolowo, Mbakwe To Be Unveiled By Okorocha by Abagworo(m): 9:15am On Nov 18
In addition to the names mentioned by the reporter, former US President Barack Obama is there too.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:58pm On Nov 17

I think there should b a way of getting money inform of tax from the hotels n entertainment centres springing up in IMO state, the way Lagos state is generating revenue internally

Don't worry about revenue generation and taxation now. Let the businesses grow and in future the taxing will come. Before now there was no large market in the State capital but today there are 4 huge organized markets that will aid future taxation.
Crime / Re: Eze Opara Arrested Over The Death Of Uchenna Opara, IMSU Graduate by Abagworo(m): 3:21pm On Nov 17
How come they all answer the same surname? The victim, the culprit, the culprit's security.

Nice observation. The most common surnames in that area

1 Amadi

2 Opara

3 Eke

4 Eze
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:33am On Nov 17

You must be from the north. Have you heard names like

Umu Obiligbo (with their chart breaking albums this year alone)
Emeka Okwor (somewhere in Enugu crooning with local dialect and pulling millions of listeners)
Prince Chijioke
There are lots of them.

Now tell me again, which popular track has Bongo played so far? grin

Nobody knows those names and what's the name of their genre? Everyone knows Bongo music.


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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:30am On Nov 17

The joke is on you, how many people play Bongo music in Ebonyi today? Or PH or other parts of the nation? Nobody.

I was talking peacocks, Oriental brothers, household names. Phyno and Flavour alone has made more money than all Imo musicians, more money or jobs that Bongo will employ in the next 30 years grin Imo is becoming a shadow of itself.

My friend Bongo music is popular in Rivers State communities within Ikwerre and Etche axis used in traditional ceremonies. It is same in Abia. Names like Ababanna, Owuigiri, Sunny Bobo, Chimuanya etc. are traditional household names. Phyno and Flavour are Lagos based mainstream pop artists which has nothing to do with Government.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:02am On Nov 17
These are powerful points. You nailed it. When idiots like abagworo talk you wonder if it is this same Imo state without ordinary teaching hospital.

All my life I have not seen anybody that relocated to Imo state. Why is that? If you go to Fegge or Awada you will think it is part of Imo state because the large population of Imolites in those places will get you to start thinking aloud. cheesy

Imo state is purely a failed state. The only thing thriving there is commercial se.x hawking due to their loose women.

Chino I know you ars same person using different monikers but let's be civil and face facts by picking one point at a time. You mentioned music and I've responded. Traditional music is dead in Anambra State. Now bring up another point.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 6:57am On Nov 17

Did you know that Imo state used to be the home of music and entertainment in the whole country? Did you hear names like Peacocks, Oriental brothers, Bright Chimezie, Claude Ekeh, Ovularia and other too many many excellent Imo musical and film talents?

Who is a big name in Imo music and film industry today. When I say Imo is dying, I know what I am talking about.

In the Southeast only Bongo Owerri is the surviving traditional genre. The rest of entertainment in music has moved to Lagos. Okorocha played a key role in the survival by building the Bongo square and sponsoring yearly Bongo awards. Owerri is the only city in Eastern Nigeria where you mostly hear ghetto blasters playing traditional music on major streets.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 6:47am On Nov 17

If you reside in Imo state, tell us how the state has grown in the past 7 years?

Talk about
the growth in business and commerce? (How many new market or business centres has been opened in Imo state, and don't show me those hotels and night clubs, they contribute to corrupt our young people and promote prostitution, cultism and robberies.)

How many more companies has opened in Imo? (Manufacturing, consulting, industrial)

How education has improved? (Which school has been built or maintained by government, how many indigenous people has made outstanding results compared to before)

How human capital development has improved? (How many people come to Imo state to look for jobs)

How confidence of the youths of Imo has increased? (How many millionaires has made their money the clean way)

How Imo music and entertainment industry has been booming? (I know you will start listing names of those who play at Owerri night clubs, lol) name international music brands.

How ease of movement has improved in Imo state? (Apart from the connecting roads across the Nworie river, what else, the crippling traffic jams, what hope for it to be fixed)

How medicare has been improved? (When will the general hospitals be completed? When will Imo indigenous people stop going to Anambra and UNTH to get treated? )

What about security? (When will kidnapping, armed robbery , cultism and other social ills be reduced in Imo state, many people are afraid of coming home again)

I don't reside in Imo but I do come home often and I can tell you that in terms of the factors you listed out no State in Southeast comes 50% close to Imo. Okorocha has done excellently well in all but he isn't settling bloggers.
Travel / Re: Lagos Bans Okada, Keke From 520 Roads, Areas [full List] by Abagworo(m): 10:51pm On Nov 16
Nice move by Ambode. Okorocha did same in Imo.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 10:38pm On Nov 16
Imo state has failed in education, if you check the recent statistics you will not write this. As for the infrastructures, he failed too because if we consider how much he has indebted the state and gory pictures of bad roads coming out from the state. Below is what vickiboi posted, he is a resident of Owerri. What about the months arrears of outstanding salaries? cheesy

These roads are good by every standard. Hundreds of roads are worse both in Onitsha, Awka, Owerri or even Abuja.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 10:27pm On Nov 16
I do not hold brief for PH but as a regular visitor to PH, you must be real mad and hopeless to post this. Owerri is just like one street in PH. Where do you want to start the comparison? As much as Owerri is very tiny, it has worse roads than the entire PH. Sanitation situation is far worse in Owerri than PH. There are more Imolites resident in PH than the Imolites in Imo state. For the records, there is nothing good about nor beautiful about Owerre. Stop deceiving yourself.


I'm not the writer but a Rivers man is. You can check him out as he's well known in Port Harcourt. I was born and lived most of my life in Port Harcourt while my mum is an indigene. At adult age I started frequenting Owerri and in truth Owerri is finer than Port Harcourt though it is a smaller city. A more financially buoyant person will prefer living in Owerri but someone looking for money will prefer Port Harcourt.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:40pm On Nov 16
More confessions.

I had often times wondered why most persons on the social media,particularly on facebook,has often times,portray the Imo State Governor as clowny & of a charlantanical character of idiotic proportion,but somewhat,my gut feelings outrightly rejected this notion&immediately i knew there was everything wrong with such painted portriat,from experience,but i never stopped wondering why the barrages of barbaric insults on his person??on my way back from Abuja to Port Harcourt,we took the Owerri route&boy!i was dumb founded with the Owerri i saw,i was completely taken aback with the beautiful&clean city i saw!!Rochas Okorocha is definitely one of the best performing Governors in Nigeria&i say this with all amount of level responsibility.I am from Rivers State&i can tell you at the moment Owerri is definitely more beautiful than Port Harcourt,which most unfortunately,has been turned into a refuse city,by our charlantanical drama acting governor,Nyesom Wike!.Weldone Governor ROCHAS.

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:32pm On Nov 16
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Recently my colleagues and I were traveling to Owerri Imo state on an assignment. Normally we stated discussing on a variety of issues. One of us (who is a card carrying member of our once great party - PDP) opined that the Imo state governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha is a monumental failure. I took him up a bit on this and suspended stating that since we are visiting Imo state, it would be reasonable for us to have continue the discussion on our way back.

On getting to Owerri the Imo state capital, I observed the manner this my colleague was gazing around in utter surprise perhaps. My colleague was amazed at the level of development in the state as well as well as the road expansion work on going within the state capital aimed to contain the increasing population of the state.

On our way back my colleague announced his appreciation of the performance of the present governor of Imo state - Owelle Rochas Anayochukwu Okorocha against some of the comments read on Social media. He wondered why facts are denied on political reasons and argued that majority of those who condemn the governor need to visit the state.

I took it up to narrate some the policies of this administration to my colleague. I informed him that the governor ensures equitable spread of infrastructural among the various Local Government Councils of the state at the same time. We both pointed some challenges to this method of carrying everybody along at the same time as the resources may not be enough.

We pointed out some areas that deserve urgent attention from Okorocha's administration. We all agreed that the Owerri-Okwelle-Okigwe road deserves the state urgent attention with a good drainage system. In the same manner the Owerri-Egbu-Mbaise-Obowo road deserves urgent attention in the area of expansion, a solid drainage system and upgrade. The Ihite Uboma-Nkwere-Orlu road axis of the state needs serious attention as to contain the increasing vehicular movement on that road.

Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha should endeavour to complete some of the key projects he started in the state before the end of his tenure.

Long live the governor!
Long live the people of Imo State!!
Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria!!!

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