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Romance / Re: Anambra1stson Weded His Beautiful Wife On Saturday 16th Sep, 17 In Awka. by Abagworo(m): 9:47pm On Sep 20
Is this Chino?


Celebrities / Re: Korede Bello Bags Chieftaincy Title In Kano, Falalu Dorayi Kicks (Photos) by Abagworo(m): 6:54pm On Sep 20
King of "waka". When I was a kid "waka" was one of the major cause of serious fight and someone is celebrating "Sarkin waka".

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Politics / Re: Okorocha Accused Of Destroying N60million Building Belonging To A Widow (Photos) by Abagworo(m): 4:56pm On Sep 20
So what's Rochas Okorocha's relationship with this? The name Okorocha has so driven people insane that they like mentioning it even in what he has no business. The whole write up should have referred to government officials and never Okirocha. Tufiakwa!
Politics / Re: Okorocha: Hausas Can Win Election Without Igbos, Hence The Hausa-Yoruba Alliance by Abagworo(m): 2:17pm On Sep 20

Okorocha made a wrong assertion!
If Igbos are truly not contributing anything in Nigeria then why not let them go? Let them be!

To me out of all the tribes we have in Nigeria, in all honesty, I have never seen any of us demonstrate the spirit of one Nigeria like the Igbos

We are all saying it. No other tribe believe in one Nigeria, this explains why they are sceptical in building their businesses outside their home.

So I repeat if after their businesses, investment, they are willing to let go and start again, why force them to stay with Nigeria?

If there is equality, we all will not be agitating of secession!

Okorocha needs FG at his side because he is sitting on his people's wealth hence his reasoning but you might escape people's judgement not God's.

You can imagine in a country that belongs to we all, it's only Igbos who have not presided over this country, where is the justice in that? And he Okorocha is still proud to use it as an example undecided

As he admitted if the northerners have ruled the more then why are they the one shouting marginalization Why is Nigeria still backward Who has the largest share of the stolen funds meant for us all

You are right but Okorocha didn't make those comments but was quoted out of context. You can go watch the video and laugh at our journalism. Okorocha has ambition of being President.
Politics / Re: Anambra Least Foreign And Domestic Indebted State. Lagos, Osun, Highest -NBS by Abagworo(m): 2:13pm On Sep 20
That of Lagos shouldn't be an issue because the economy of Lagos is bigger than the debt unlike most other States. The issue should be how the borrowed funds was utilized or were they diverted?

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Politics / Re: Rochas Okorocha Splashes 5.5m To Igboist Facebook Group, Still Owes Salaries by Abagworo(m): 2:03pm On Sep 20
I think we should try to separate Okorocha as Governor and Okorocha as a man sometimes. This is his 55th birthday which has attracted launching of Rochas foundation College of Africa with a start up population of 5 students from 55 African countries and this facebook splash. These events would have still happened if he wasn't Governor of Imo State.

Finally Imo State government is not owing salaries. That myth has long been debunked. The complaint is about 70% : 30% agreement with labour.
Politics / Re: Ebonyi Flyover : Umahi, The Infrastructure Master by Abagworo(m): 1:56pm On Sep 20
The op is chief propagandanist of Dave umahi,
i am yet to see the aim of building 3 flyovers in low populated Ebonyi,
he should have used that money to build a world class secondary schools in the 13 LGAS or build the 3 mega general hospitals in the 3 senatorial districts in the state.

Even if he builds 100 schools and 10 hospitals you will still find a reason not to acknowledge he has done anything or are you not Igbo again? Rochas Okorocha that built over 400 schools with at least 50 standard ones and 27 standard hospitals with free education to University level is not even acknowledged by Igbos. Dave should simply try his best and ignore critiques.

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Politics / Re: Okorocha: Hausas Can Win Election Without Igbos, Hence The Hausa-Yoruba Alliance by Abagworo(m): 10:51am On Sep 20
We lost out in the power sharing equation because some myopic politicians sacrificed our place in Jonathan's loss. Even the Ijaw would never sacrifice their share for the sake of Igbos and that mistake has made us politically powerless. IPOB then came and alienated us further from the rest of the country.

It can be corrected in years to come but Hausa/Yoruba alliance is unbeatable for now. We can only be considered for the sake of equity and not because we are needed.


Politics / Re: NLC Names TEN States That Mis-Spent Their Bail Out Funds by Abagworo(m): 7:47am On Sep 20

Those states include Imo that has been paying workers salaries in percentage and has not declared utilisation of the bail out fund and Paris Club refund. It is part of the states that ICPC has mentioned in fund diversion.“They paid 40 percent pension to their pensioners without their consent and provided a form for them to sign under duress. That is not allowed in law.


Imo is paying 100% pension arrears. The 40% story remains imaginary for now. Lower cadre workers are getting 100% while those above grade level 12 are getting 70% based on agreement with labour.

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Politics / Re: IPOB Members Storm UN Office To Protest Against Buhari. Photos/video by Abagworo(m): 5:11pm On Sep 19
I just pity these Igbos in diaspora that have wasted a lot of hard earned money hoping Nnamdi Kanu would make them minister when phantom Biafra is realized. The reality is that it's impossible to break Nigeria without ethnic cleansing and war that will last at least 50 years.

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Politics / Re: Women Present 27 Cakes To Okorocha Ahead Of His 55th Birthday In Imo (Photos) by Abagworo(m): 5:06pm On Sep 19
Ever victorious man that loves his people.
Politics / Re: IPOB: Chidoka Slams South-East Governors, Rejects Army’s Terrorism Tag On Group by Abagworo(m): 1:19pm On Sep 19
Chidoka was one of those planning to use IPOB to gain political relevance. His statement is inconsequential.

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Celebrities / Re: Wizkid Vs Davido: Shirt Blends With The Backdrop - Who Rocked The Look Better? by Abagworo(m): 12:29pm On Sep 19
Though I'm a fan of davido, but wizkid's own is more beautiful

You went off point. Davido's seems to blend flawlessly to a suspicious level. It surely is a product of Photoshop.
Religion / Re: Olumba Olumba Obu Prays Against Biafra Actualization by Abagworo(m): 8:22am On Sep 19
Events of the past few days proves my point all these while that people have been living under fear of IPOB which made it seem like majority supported them. The truth is that they often threatened and intimidated opposing voices making people scared of expressing their true beliefs. That's why Rochas Okorocha stands out. Others have started expressing themselves because they now feel secure because of military presence.

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Properties / Re: My Uncle Is A Tenant In The City But Has An Empty Mansion In The Village by Abagworo(m): 7:39am On Sep 19
I must confess I dont know the section to post this. But I have a serious question I must ask.
Is it necessary to have a house in the village when you spend most of your life outside the village? My uncles hardly visit their mansions in the village. Other people are just occupying the property. They only come back once in a blue moon. They can just breeze in and breeze out tomorrow.
My question now is, is it not better to have that mansion in the city, than rent an apartment in the city. You are a tenant in the city in one poor make-shift house, but own a duplex in the village that is empty. Is it even economically wise? It baffles logic and common sense. Dont give me that shity excuse about Home town and burial.

He is wiser than those from Southeast that build on other people's land in a country where only your ancestral home is considered your place of origin.
Politics / Re: "I Will Not Go On Exile" – Nnamdi Kanu by Abagworo(m): 10:04pm On Sep 18
Your death is the wish of many homes in Nigeria.
Politics / Re: Nnamdi Kanu Brainwashed My Brother; Says Man Whose Relation Was Killed In Clash by Abagworo(m): 10:03pm On Sep 18
Not only his brother but many people I hitherto thought were wise. This IPOB issue has made me put some low IQ friends where they belong. No intelligent person could have believed all the nonsense that came off the pig's mouth. I know PDP were supporting him for political reasons but anybody who isn't a PDP member that sided him is stupid.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 9:50pm On Sep 18
Owerri kind of feels like a city of arcs now. When fully completed it will give a very beautiful night view to the most nightlife friendly city east of the Niger.

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 9:47pm On Sep 18
The outlook is very appealing and beautiful.

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 9:44pm On Sep 18
There is ongoing massive installation of modern cantilever streetlights across Owerri city which some illiterates mistook for roofing.

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 9:10pm On Sep 18
Aside the bridge there is 10 lane highway under construction crossing the bridge and 8 lane under the bridge.

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 9:07pm On Sep 18
Michael Okpara bridge update.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 9:06pm On Sep 18

And they all happened to be carrying exactly the same kind of placards? Abeg, tak another thing.

It doesn't matter. The important thing is their number and it's impossible to rent 100,000 people.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:54pm On Sep 18
Hundreds of thousands of women today marched the streets of Owerri in support of Okorocha's free education.

Politics / Re: Anambra State To Dualize Major Roads In The State by Abagworo(m): 12:46pm On Sep 18

Peter obi never dualized or built any standard roads in the state, infact he never constructed any major projects and yet he wants to install a godson to Anambra people to continue his mediocre governance style laced with heavy propagada, a move that already failed before it started.


Peter Obi built a solid road at Agulu with a bridge in an environmentally challenged area. 2ndly he single handedly installed Obiano as Governor. I don't know why they fell out but I think continuity is best for Anambra. The road expansion is long overdue.
Politics / Re: Okorocha Bans THISDAY, Vanguard Correspondents by Abagworo(m): 12:37pm On Sep 18
I'm surprised its Abagworo that's reporting this kind of news. Is it possible he sees nothing wrong with it and how it affects his principal?


Okorocha is owing us 77 months pension arrears. Afam that was in January and the total number of months spent by Okorocha then was 67 months. Assuming Okorocha paid nothing till now it's a total of 75 months. That's the kind of lies they've been publishing and people post as links on Nairaland.

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Politics / Re: Okorocha Bans THISDAY, Vanguard Correspondents by Abagworo(m): 12:31pm On Sep 18
While this news sounds like their usual lies if you ask me I will say Okorocha has been extremely lenient on them. They've been working with IPOB, some disgruntled politicians and some blogs in making up false stories about happenings in Imo State. In many instances I've personally noticed and wondered why Okorocha kept mute in the face of such lies against him. The worst of them all is the recent death of a small boy at Mbaise road while demolition and clash happened at Douglas road which they connived with PDP to link with market demolition because it happened at the same time. Many Nigerians still believe the boy was killed while trying to evacuate goods from a shop. Okorocha is too kind for my liking to have absorbed such blackmail without total action against the fake papers.

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Politics / Okorocha Bans THISDAY, Vanguard Correspondents by Abagworo(m): 12:25pm On Sep 18
Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, yesterday carried out his threat against journalists operating in the state, banning the Correspondents of THISDAY and Vanguard Newspapers, Amby Uneze and Chidi Nkwopara, from covering government house activities.
The governor did not give any reason for his action other than that the said correspondents do not like him.
Declaring the correspondents as enemies of government for not writing favourable reports to suit his bidding, last Saturday night in a chart with journalists in the state at the government house, Okorocha failed to point out any of the ethics of the journalism profession which the correspondents breached.

He vowed to deal ruthlessly with the reporters if they dare to show face inside government house to cover any of his activities, insisting that he would take it up with their respective headquarters to ensure they are posted out of the state.

Clampping down on journalists and media houses in the state has been the stock-in-trade of the governor in recent times, as most of the state-based newspaper houses have been having a running battle with him because they demanded from the governor to publicly account for the revenue and expenditure of the state since 2011 when he was sworn in.

This action had led to a petition to the Inspector General of Police by the Independent Newspapers Publishers Association (INPA) in the state where they sought his investigation on the threat to their lives and property.

They also demanded that the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), the National Press Council (NPC), National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Civil Society Organisations (CSO) and the Amnesty International (AI) should call the governor to order and
respect the rights of journalists and freedom of the press in a democratic dispensation.

Religion / Re: Do Money Rituals Actually Work? by Abagworo(m): 5:08pm On Sep 16
This question has been on my mind for a very long time now, and seeing that post on front page on how a girl escaped the hands of kidnappers who wanted to sell her body parts to rich men, who are most likely into money rituals, so my question goes, does it actually work because if it doesn't I don't think it would have an increasing number of participants.

PS.- I have no ulterior motive for asking this, it's just that I'm a freethinker and have to get my self cleared on the fact that no spirituality exists in this world before I fully become an atheist.

There's nothing like money rituals. People have been misled by fairytale and movies into murdering their fellow beings.

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Politics / Re: Central Mosque Enugu-ezike In Enugu State Razed Down by Abagworo(m): 11:33am On Sep 16
Terror and violence will be restricted to Igboland aside Anambra state

Idiiot. Is it not Onitsha and Aba that fuelled the whole IPIB nonsense?
Business / Re: Nigeria’s Inflation Rate Drops For Seventh Consecutive Month, Says Nbs by Abagworo(m): 11:27am On Sep 16
And the price of food items still remain the same

Food price has dropped in Rivers State by at least 30%. Only price of tomatoes is still high.
Celebrities / Re: Ugochi Ihezue: Pictures Of Winner Of MBGN 2017 by Abagworo(m): 11:09am On Sep 16
Miss Imo is naturally beautiful ..wish she won.....Imo gat the finest girls in Nigeria. .Some people will go to my profile and quote me....

Miss Kebbi is from Ideato in Imo State. Okorocha's area.


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