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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 9:02am On May 19
In addition, hope has tarred st Joseph roundabout but i want him to extend it to Nkwerre, and take up the abandoned dual carriage that leads to orlu int'l market just adjacent st Joseph

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 9:12am On May 19
sanctity454:
In addition, hope has tarred st Joseph roundabout but i want him to extend it to Nkwerre, and take up the abandoned dual carriage that leads to orlu int'l market just adjacent st Joseph

One of the first official statements of governor Hope was on the need to asphalt the long abandoned urban roads of Orlu and Okigwe. Hopefully he shall do them soon. Provided those who believe that a state was created for development of only the state capital shall not declare him enemy when he starts to do Orlu and Okigwe urban roads. Many urban roads in Owerri had been asphalted three or more times since Imo state was created, while the urban roads of Orlu that existed same time with those of Owerri are yer to see asphalt.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 9:25am On May 19
sanctity454:
In addition, hope has tarred st Joseph roundabout but i want him to extend it to Nkwerre, and take up the abandoned dual carriage that leads to orlu int'l market just adjacent st Joseph
I pray he takes it up
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 9:42am On May 19
kikake:


One of the first official statements of governor Hope was on the need to asphalt the long abandoned urban roads of Orlu and Okigwe. Hopefully he shall do them soon. Provided those who believe that a state was created for development of only the state capital shall not declare him enemy when he starts to do Orlu and Okigwe urban roads. Many urban roads in Owerri had been asphalted three or more times since Imo state was created, while the urban roads of Orlu that existed same time with those of Owerri are yer to see asphalt.

He is still mentioning Orlu when he has not answered my question. Bia nwoke a kee odika mmadu I wu? Stop mentioning Orlu here. Gov. Hope knows the right thing to do. Your lamentation is not needed.

You claimed to come from Orlu while you can not respond me immediately, so you have not finished searching for Orlu online? Thank God most of the things I wrote can not been seen online.

You said Bishop shanaghan polytechnic does not exist in Orlu, Lol I'm laughing in kafanchan. My fellow Orlu man!!!
I won't say anything until you respond to my write-up.

Hope nairalanders can see us now? I know you may like to cover yourself up claiming that you don't want to respond me.

Brother, mpam wu onye Orlu oo, o wudi mmam wu onye Abia state, nwanyi Aba for that matter. And genology demands that you follow your paternity meaning that a wu m nwoke Orlu. Please we did not make you our Orlu mouth piece and stop speaking on our behalf because you are not one of us and a liar for that matter.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 9:55am On May 19
B2mario,
Go and ask anyone from Orlu:

1) public water supply system existed in Orlu before Imo state was created. The tall and huge water overhead tank is in between Amaifeke and Owerrebeiri. Orlu was not like your rural village before Imo state was created.

2) Orlu township stadium existed long before the civil war. It was not walled then but started to be fenced after the civil war. Soldiers with koboko from Nigeria Army’s 20 Battalion Orlu used to guard round the fence of Orlu township stadium each time matches were played in the stadium. The soldiers would flog anyone who tried to force himself through the fence into the stadium.
Udenwa government merely added much more value to the stadium. Ask anyone from Orlu born before Imo state was created.

Orlu could have developed more than Owerri if former governor Evan Enwrem had built the new water supply project earmarked for Orlu zone by Mbakwe; if a tertiary education institution had been established in Orlu.

Whoever is from Orlu who reads what you write about Orlu knows that you are not from Orlu urban local government area.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by NwaforIgbo: 10:23am On May 19
kikake:
Orlu Township Stadium was in existence more than 50 years ago. Udenwa govt merely got VAST Construction company which modified it and put more seats and floodlights.

Rochas your mentor dismantled the stadium, after much outcry, he put another roof. But the stadium in shambles.
He built another one but also not completed.

Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic does not exist inOrlu.
Unless Eastern Palm University is converted to a full government university, there is no government university in the whole of Orlu zone which deserves a government university. IMSUTH is a hospital with less than 350 students that mostly come from Owerri to Orlu for practicals.
Orlu and Owerri on near levels of urban development when Imo state was created in 1976: Electricity and pipe borne water supply system existed in Orlu as they existed in Owerri before Imo state was created in 1976.
Why are you proud that since Imo state was created, pipe borne water stopped to exist in Orlu but remains in Owerri?

More than fifty urban roads in Orlu built during the 1970s have not seen asphalt, though houses have been built fully on both sides of the roads. Rochas did eyeservice enlargement of one major road in Orlu - Ihioma road with a short stretch of Amaigbo road, and three other short roads - all total less than 5 km.

Immigration Training School Orlu which you have your eyes on and which you said was supposed to have been in Owerri because Owerri is state capital, take note that Imigration Training School is federal government owned and had since been in the official gazette as located in Orlu. You are most stupid with your mindset of every govt project must be in state capital.

Whether like it or not.. Government would always focus Infrastructure on capital cities than other urban areas, that's the sane thing to do. Especially where there's scarcity of resources

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by NwaforIgbo: 10:27am On May 19
kikake:
Orlu Township Stadium was in existence more than 50 years ago. Udenwa govt merely got VAST Construction company which modified it and put more seats and floodlights.

Rochas your mentor dismantled the stadium, after much outcry, he put another roof. But the stadium in shambles.
He built another one but also not completed.

Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic does not exist inOrlu.
Unless Eastern Palm University is converted to a full government university, there is no government university in the whole of Orlu zone which deserves a government university. IMSUTH is a hospital with less than 350 students that mostly come from Owerri to Orlu for practicals.
Orlu and Owerri on near levels of urban development when Imo state was created in 1976: Electricity and pipe borne water supply system existed in Orlu as they existed in Owerri before Imo state was created in 1976.
Why are you proud that since Imo state was created, pipe borne water stopped to exist in Orlu but remains in Owerri?

More than fifty urban roads in Orlu built during the 1970s have not seen asphalt, though houses have been built fully on both sides of the roads. Rochas did eyeservice enlargement of one major road in Orlu - Ihioma road with a short stretch of Amaigbo road, and three other short roads - all total less than 5 km.

Immigration Training School Orlu which you have your eyes on and which you said was supposed to have been in Owerri because Owerri is state capital, take note that Imigration Training School is federal government owned and had since been in the official gazette as located in Orlu. You are most stupid with your mindset of every govt project must be in state capital.

There's no point competing and comparing Orlu with Owerri.
Whether you like it or not.. Government would always focus Infrastructure on capital cities than other urban areas, that's the sane thing to do. Especially where there's scarcity of resources.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 12:03pm On May 19
NwaforIgbo:


There's no point competing and comparing Orlu with Owerri.
Whether you like it or not.. Government would always focus Infrastructure on capital cities than other urban areas, that's the sane thing to do. Especially where there's scarcity of resources.

Nigeria’s government does not focus on developing only Abuja under any circumstance. If Owerri is abandoned by government of Nigeria for one year, development in Owerri shall crumble n less than six months, but the way IMSG abandoned Orlu since Imo state was created, Orlu is shrinking, no water supply, no tertiary education institution.

No matter how scarce resources go down, Nigeria’s government will still distribute federal allocations to all the states and local government areas for development purposes.

In Imo state, people like you made an unwritten law: “IMSG must first develop Owerri state capital.’ Since the unwritten law, Owerri has expanded beyond what you bargained for and into the rural villages and communities in Owerri zone. Government concentration on development of Owerri makes Orlu depopulated and shrinking, because governors build almost all yearly infrastructures in Owerri to match the growing population and expanding Owerri.

Enough of that your mindset of state capital must be first developed by government.
London is the capital of the UK. But London did not first develop before Birmingham, Manchester, Coventry, Glasgow etc.

Washington DC is the capital of USA but is not developed by government first before other US cities. Many US state capitals are less developed than other cities in the same state.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by ProT: 12:27pm On May 19
ScotMisile:

5th for now,while Seplat, Walter Smith Modular refinery, Shell,maybe Nestoil too and others materialises their gas projects.
Did you know Imo State has the highest gas deposit in Nigeria?
I know of WalterSmith modular refinery and Shell gas; are Seplat and Nestoil presently carrying out any projects in Imo State?
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 12:48pm On May 19
ProT:

I know of WalterSmith modular refinery and Shell gas; are Seplat and Nestoil presently carrying out any projects in Imo State?
Seplat has 700 million usd gas plant project but i don't know about nestoil

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by asha80(m): 12:50pm On May 19
sanctity454:

Seplat has 700 million usd gas plant project but i don't know about nestoil
I don't think nestoil is carrying out any project in imo state

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by ProT: 1:11pm On May 19
sanctity454:

Seplat has 700 million usd gas plant project but i don't know about nestoil
Where is it (Seplat gas plant) sited?
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by ProT: 1:40pm On May 19
sanctity454:
Imolites whom are billionaires are not trying at all i mean non of them, they ought to lead the way in this regards then other nigeria will follow.
It took a fulani man from kwara to open refinery business, while a former governorship aspirant is building the same in lagos.
In wealthy imolites eyes, imo state is unfit for serious investment.
Ahswear! Captain Iheanacho is a funny man; Imo is good enough to be ruled by him, but not fit enough to site his investment.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 2:26pm On May 19
ProT:

Where is it (Seplat gas plant) sited?
At ohaji close to shell's own

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 3:20pm On May 19
For billionaires to establish industries all over Imo state, enabling facilities like security, good inter local government areas and interstate roads, public water supply system, have to be in place.

Successive governors of Imo state build boulevards and street lights in Owerri.
Hotel entrepreneurs build hotels as they cash in on the young flesh of about 200,000 girls - and boys- in the six government universities and polytechnics seized by Owerri




Will Imo billionaires establish their industries in the same Owerri where successive governors of Imo state are literally coerced by some ignorant people in the state to “first develop state capital?


Governor Mbakwe acquired industrial layouts in Owerri, Orlu and Okigwe. Mbakwe left, new Imo state became an affair of only Owerri.

Mbakwe provided for or started modern water supply projects in Owerri, Orlu and Okigwe zones.
Aba, Umuahia and Orlu were the three official industrial hubs of old Imo state under Mbakwe.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by AKswift: 3:22pm On May 19
This dude rant too much!!

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 5:10pm On May 19
ScotMisile:

5th for now,while Seplat, Walter Smith Modular refinery, Shell,maybe Nestoil too and others materialises their gas projects.
Did you know Imo State has the highest gas deposit in Nigeria?

Hope it won't lead to gas flaring, then we start having the same problem the south-south is having
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 5:19pm On May 19
B2mario:

Lwith you on the issue of electricity which was Rochas
The 4th is the 2nd Orlu stadium built by Rochas

Sorry, you mean Imo poly is in Orlu, alongside those other institutions you mentioned?

And I was actually taking that guy serious. I've seen he's most probably just trolling.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 5:24pm On May 19
kikake:


Nigeria’s government does not focus on developing only Abuja under any circumstance. If Owerri is abandoned by government of Nigeria for one year, development t London did not first develop before Birmingham, Manchester, Coventry, Glasgow etc.

Washington DC is the capital of USA but is not developed by government first before other US cities. Many US state capitals are less developed than other cities in the same state.


Looooooooooooooooooool, your first statement shows you haven't been to Abuja before. Lol, I laugh. As much as they try to sprinkle development to other states, the major bulk of the development occurs in Abuja. Which state has as much broad roads as Abuja. When you travel, then you'll understand

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 6:18pm On May 19
Yampotatocarrot:


Looooooooooooooooooool, your first statement shows you haven't been to Abuja before. Lol, I laugh. As much as they try to sprinkle development to other states, the major bulk of the development occurs in Abuja. Which state has as much broad roads as Abuja. When you travel, then you'll understand

The day government leaves Owerri and asphalts urban roads of Orlu, provides water supply system to Orlu, provides a full university in Orlu, you are expected to commit suicide that day.


Your father is a troll.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 6:21pm On May 19
kikake:


The day government leaves Owerri and asphalts urban roads of Orlu, provides water supply system to Orlu, provides a full university in Orlu, you are expected to commit suicide that day.
Your father is a troll.

Sorry if my comment offended you. I apologize

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 6:30pm On May 19
kikake:
B2mario,
Go and ask anyone from Orlu:

1) public water supply system existed in Orlu before Imo state was created. The tall and huge water overhead tank is in between Amaifeke and Owerrebeiri. Orlu was not like your rural village before Imo state was created.

2) Orlu township stadium existed long before the civil war. It was not walled then but started to be fenced after the civil war. Soldiers with koboko from Nigeria Army’s 20 Battalion Orlu used to guard round the fence of Orlu township stadium each time matches were played in the stadium. The soldiers would flog anyone who tried to force himself through the fence into the stadium.
Udenwa government merely added much more value to the stadium. Ask anyone from Orlu born before Imo state was created.

Orlu could have developed more than Owerri if former governor Evan Enwrem had built the new water supply project earmarked for Orlu zone by Mbakwe; if a tertiary education institution had been established in Orlu.

Whoever is from Orlu who reads what you write about Orlu knows that you are not from Orlu urban local government area.





All na lie. Story story. You are telling the son of the soil.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 6:34pm On May 19
NwaforIgbo:


Whether like it or not.. Government would always focus Infrastructure on capital cities than other urban areas, that's the sane thing to do. Especially where there's scarcity of resources
my brother I wonder. Orlu has received its fair share. The guy you quoted does not know Orlu, many state and federal institutions and institutes are located in Orlu. But he will come here and be shouting as if Orlu is an abandoned town.

Orlu has more things than everyother town in it's level.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 6:34pm On May 19
Yampotatocarrot:


Sorry if my comment offended you. I apologize

Apology taken.

I am very sorry for going too far to mention your father.

All my rant here is for development of entire Imo state. It’s abnormal for governments to concentrate on developing only Owerri.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 6:54pm On May 19
kikake:


Nigeria’s government does not focus on developing only Abuja under any circumstance. If Owerri is abandoned by government of Nigeria for one year, development in Owerri shall crumble n less than six months, but the way IMSG abandoned Orlu since Imo state was created, Orlu is shrinking, no water supply, no tertiary education institutions.



This guy sucks. Are you sure you have been to Orlu before? Orlu has never been abandoned by any government of imo state except Ohakim government. All the past and present governor did something in Orlu but Rochas and Udenwa take the lead for now.

You said again that there is no tertiary education institution in Orlu; then my question is, what is your definition of tertiary education institution?

What about Bishop shanaghan polytechnic Orlu, Eastern Palm University Ogboko, Technical skill acquisition institute (TESAI) Orlu, Immigration training school Umuowa, School of nursing Amaigbo, School of nursing and midwifery Ogboko, school of nursing and health technology Okporo and Hezekiah University Umudi Nkwerre?

Please, I beg you in the name of God, leave Orlu alone.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 7:11pm On May 19
Yampotatocarrot:


Sorry, you mean Imo poly is in Orlu, alongside those other institutions you mentioned?

And I was actually taking that guy serious. I've seen he's most probably just trolling.

The guy is a full time troll, don't take him serious any longer. He does not even know Orlu and the things that are situated there. I've pretended not to know Orlu and observe his actions for many years.

Bishop shanaghan polytechnic is in Orlu and was the former Imopoly campus which was established on part of the premises of the former TESAC now TESAI (the remaining part was converted to an institute)
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 7:31pm On May 19
kikake:


Apology taken.

I am very sorry for going too far to mention your father.

All my rant here is for development of entire Imo state. It’s abnormal for governments to concentrate on developing only Owerri.

Imo state is trying to spread development across it's sphere. Stop saying nonsense Oga. You've made people to see Imo as a state where all her developments concentrated only on Owerri. Okigwe as the 3rd largest town has an NTA station, a stadium and many good hotels.
All the LGAs of the state have a general hospital though not yet equipped, Ngor Okpala/Mbaise has the Imo international cargo airport, Ohaji/Egbema has many oil and gas industries and Imo polytechnic Umuagwo, Oru west has the Ama breweries Awo-mmama, Oguta has so many Imo state tourist centers and roads spread across many rural communities.

What again do you want? You want Rivers State government to abandon portharcourt and concentrate her development in Oyigbo or Omoku or you want Enugu state government to leave Enugu city and concentrate her development in Nsukka or Oji river.

Please leave our Orlu and Imo state alone, you are not doing us any good rather more harm.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 7:46pm On May 19
Former governor Ihedioha cancelled all tertiary education institutions, including Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic.

Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic does not exist anywhere in Orlu. It was one of those phantom polytechnics and universities hurriedly pronounced by Okorocha govt during the last days of his administration. Okorocha wanted to own Eastern palm university private, thus he concentrated his government development in Owerri to please Owerri to support him for third term and make him own Eastern Palm University private.

When he saw that Owerri refused to support his third term bid, he quickly declared many universities and polytechnics mostly in Orlu zone. Okorocha declared one university in Nkwere, declared Imo Poly Umuagwo a University.

Ihedioha govt committee advised that all those new universities and Polytechnic be closed, but IMSU be extended to Ogboko’s Eastern Palm University.

Ihedioha closed all the new universities and the polytechnics pronounced by Okorocha govt, including so called Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic, but went for expanding IMSU in Owerri.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 12:08pm On May 20
kikake:
Former governor Ihedioha cancelled all tertiary education institutions, including Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic.

Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic does not exist anywhere in Orlu. It was one of those phantom polytechnics and universities hurriedly pronounced by Okorocha govt during the last days of his administration. Okorocha wanted to own Eastern palm university private, thus he concentrated his government development in Owerri to please Owerri to support him for third term and make him own Eastern Palm University private.

When he saw that Owerri refused to support his third term bid, he quickly declared many universities and polytechnics mostly in Orlu zone. Okorocha declared one university in Nkwere, declared Imo Poly Umuagwo a University.

Ihedioha govt committee advised that all those new universities and Polytechnic be closed, but IMSU be extended to Ogboko’s Eastern Palm University.

Ihedioha closed all the new universities and the polytechnics pronounced by Okorocha govt, including so called Bishop Shanahan Polytechnic, but went for expanding IMSU in Owerri.


can you listen to yourself? So Okorocha used just few days and hurriedly built gigantic blocks and termed them Universities and polytechnics? Those institutions took his government more than 5yrs. He started most in his 1st tenure. Please, stop misinforming people here. I knew when they were started just that I don't have pictures here I would have posted them then you and everyone here reading judge if such blocks could be built within months.

Bro., for the fact that the blocks are still existing the universities are existing too. Everybody knows that Ihedioha was too myopic and that was why they all joined hands and removed him through supreme court. All the higher institutions met the merits and were accredited by NUC. Ihedioha with his myopic thinking closed almost all of them thinking that he was fighting Rochas, with the aim of erasing Rochas' name from the history of Imo state. Not only in Orlu zone he did display his madness even in Owerri city and zone, he destroyed so many things in Owerri, he attempted pulling down Akachi tower and the various status in Heroes' square. Don't mention Ihedioha here, you and I know that he was a curse to imo state.

Today where is he? God is at work, Akachi di ya. Soon, Uzodimma will reopen those higher institutions. But that's by the way. If Bishop shanaghan polytechnic is no longer existing it will still go back to it's initial status, i.e, Imopoly Orlu campus or the person that is feeding you information about Orlu did not tell you?

Stop saying that there's no higher institution in Orlu, it's a pure lie. And stop speaking on our behalf, nobody appointed you our mouthpiece.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 1:54pm On May 20
B2mario:


Ihedioha with his myopic thinking closed almost all of them thinking that he was fighting Rochas, with the aim of erasing Rochas' name from the history of Imo state.


The reasonable thing you said all through.
Ihedioha closed all of the new education institutions opened by Okorocha. Not almost all.
After which he started talk to expand Imsu in Owerri.
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 8:36pm On May 20
kikake:



The reasonable thing you said all through.
Ihedioha closed all of the new education institutions opened by Okorocha. Not almost all.
After which he started talk to expand Imsu in Owerri.


He did not close the one at Okporo
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by kikake: 5:12am On May 21
B2mario:


He did not close the one at Okporo

We are talking about the universities and polytechnics declared by former governor Okorocha during the last 3 or 4 months of his administration. There was none declared then at Okporo. Instead, a sign board reading: Imo state university Orlu, was placed during that period by Okorocha government at the site of the school of Hygiene at Okporo.

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