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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sirp9898(m): 9:34am On May 23
But the picture of the street is real or do u mean that i am lying about this
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by emmamajesty(m): 9:44am On May 23
sirp9898:
But the picture of the street is real or do u mean that i am lying about this
Not at all but just to protect this forum from external attack, here is lmo forum and if want to discuss such u go to Anambra forum ok

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by asha80(m): 9:44am On May 23
sirp9898:
But the picture of the street is real or do u mean that i am lying about this
does this look like an Anambra thread?

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sirp9898(m): 9:48am On May 23
Anambra is igboland just like abia state is igbo land too
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sirp9898(m): 9:53am On May 23
I you always say things as it is you will not fear external attact
and anambra is in igbo land just like abia state you people always post it bad roads is also in igbo land
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Chibuzo15: 1:58pm On May 23
sirp9898:
I you always say things as it is you will not fear external attact
and anambra is in igbo land just like abia state you people always post it bad roads is also in igbo land

See please, I've been enjoying the smooth flow of posts about Imo state on this thread. I beg of you . Don't let the thread derail again biko.. Anambra thread for Anambra , Imo thread for Imo. There is a pan Igbo thread if you want such ..if there isn't any. Then create your own pan Igbo thread .

Thank you

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sirp9898(m): 3:51pm On May 23
What of abia you have been derailing is it good
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by B2mario(m): 5:02pm On May 23
sirp9898:
What of abia you have been derailing is it good


Who's this guy sef?
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 5:34pm On May 23
seankafor:
Why is the nekede ihiagwa obinze road started by past administration abandoned undecided

Has it really been abandoned? As at November last year, they were working on the road.

Side note: I might be wrong, but please from the pictures posted, it seems they are just pouring tar on the old road. Won't it ggegt spoilt easily that way?
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Coldie(m): 5:58pm On May 23
Yampotatocarrot:


Well, every state has something that works for them. Imo has decided to pick the hospitality business and it is working for them. Let me add that putting aside personal bias, some of the hotels in Imo state will stand side-by-side with major hotels in Lagos. Only thing they don't have yet is *a known brand*, which I believe they are working on.

We should note that the presence of hospitality has opened business for other sectors such as agriculture sector..

So, I don't think there is anything wrong with Imo state being a hub for hospitality in the south east
Imi state needs to diversify. The hospitality business is not viable and favourable to us

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Coldie(m): 6:00pm On May 23
Maadoo:


Ignorance is a bad thing


1) First of all, no factory will be sited in owerri, except at the outskirts. Government will have to create an industrial zone if there is none. Places like Oguta, ohaji, Awonmama, Mgbidi, Obinze,Naze are fertile zones for industries.

2) The hotels/ Clubs/Bars/Restaurants/ Malls/ Grocery stores/ etc in owerri make up the Hospitality/leisure/Recreational industry. The same way buses(both long distance and intercity), plane, bikes, keke all make up the transport industry. So yes, building an hotel or any of the mentioned is not a waste. People were employed in building them, an architect drew the building plan, someone sold the land, supplied the sand, cement, wood, stones gravel etc. And in running the hotel also, people will be employed as well as other affiliated service will be created

3) Building a power generator is the DUTY of the federal government, not even the state government can.

4) A world class stadium is not a bad idea, but who will build it? Who will use it? Who will maintain it? Does owerri have a competitive advantage in sports and sport affiliated businesses? And who makes the final decision in building such a facility, Government or the private investor?

5) Finally, all states or cities, don’t have to be factory zones. Let Anambra and Abia continue with their factory development, while Ebonyi focus on agriculture and solid minerals. After working and making money, then come down to Owerri or Enugu to enjoy your money. If we build factories in all our cities, we are still going to be the ones to complain about Air and water pollution sometimes in the future.

How many factories do you have in Dubai, yet people troop there for work and leisure? Use you head and stop exposing your ignorance. For every hotel or mall or supermarket or whatever that is built, value have been added to the economy of the state, just as value of land have increased.if nigeria was a working country where policies are consistent and functional, do you know how much money can be made from taxes on land use, asides taxes from businesses?

This assertion is very false.

IMO state hospitality business ain't favorable.

Even if we can't focus on industries we should focus on ict

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Coldie(m): 6:09pm On May 23
kikake:
Owerri craze seems to continue.
But when shall Imo get elite class that understands that Owerri can’t contain one-quarter of the population of Imo state?

Enugu state had to prop up a new governor from Nsukka zone to modernize Nsukka area for population shift from Enugu. Gov Ugwuanyi is just doing that.

Abia state had to prop up a new governor from Aba zone to work on the dilapidated infrastructures in Aba and environs. Gov Ikpeazu is just doing that. Few talk about Umuahia these days as before.

In Imo, just provide durable source for public water supply and tertiary education institutions in Orlu and Okigwe areas, that’s all it shall take for modernity and population shift to both areas.

If the people of Imo state talking about, and craving more government infrastructures and institutions only in Owerri, also campaign for modern development infrastructures and institutions for Orlu and Okigwe areas, at least, to save Owerri from becoming a chaotic city, the governors would have listened to them.
To me okigew area doesn't really need tertiary institution as Absu is already close to it, I think they should site it in mbano area

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 6:17pm On May 23
Coldie:

Imi state needs to diversify. The hospitality business is not viable and favourable to us

I get you, but it's a good start. Atleast, we need somewhere to place one feet on.

What sectors do you think we diversify into? Don't forget we already get income from oil
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 6:19pm On May 23
Coldie:

This assertion is very false.

IMO state hospitality business ain't favorable.

Even if we can't focus on industries we should focus on ict

I didn't see this. ICT? Where will the constant electricity needed for it come from? If states like Las Vegas focus on it, why can't Imo do same?
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Chibuzo15: 9:53pm On May 23
Coldie:

This assertion is very false.

IMO state hospitality business ain't favorable.

Even if we can't focus on industries we should focus on ict

I support ICT , but I feel it's more of an individual thing. If there is good electricity and good network pricing . Facebooks and Amazon's would be formed in Imo state within little time
Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Chibuzo15: 9:56pm On May 23
Yampotatocarrot:


I get you, but it's a good start. Atleast, we need somewhere to place one feet on.

What sectors do you think we diversify into? Don't forget we already get income from oil

Oil is phasing out sooner than expected though, this one that countries are now rushing electric cars. Truly it seems hospitality is all our businessmen can think about now because I don't see IMSG building electrity power plant anytime soon (which is needed for ICT)

Tourism is a good option too.. e.g Oguta lake

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Yampotatocarrot(m): 10:34pm On May 23
Chibuzo15:


Oil is phasing out sooner than expected though, this one that countries are now rushing electric cars. Truly it seems hospitality is all our businessmen can think about now because I don't see IMSG building electrity power plant anytime soon (which is needed for ICT)

Tourism is a good option too.. e.g Oguta lake

Thank you, my brother.

Tourism and hospitality actually go side by side. That's another area Rochas had a pass mark. During his tenure, Imo organized various festivals and carnivals which brought people from different parts of the country/world to the state.

With Geometric power plant in Aba, I wonder why they haven't thought of expanding their power distribution to Imo state, as this will boost many businesses.

You know, it's one thing for people to mention that Imo state should diversify, when you ask what VIABLE areas we can diversify to, they keep mum. All a reasonable government will do is to create enabling environment, it's the duty of the citizens to carry out the actual diversification. But where the citizens are bereft of ideas, then we better stay put with what we have and improve on it

Half bread, they say, is better than chinchin

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by leicestercamper: 8:34am On May 26
Where's the useless old man called abagworo. I am not bringing this up because I wanna mock Imo state, but because when Anambra recorded its first case, then Imo had zero, you were all over the place mocking Anambra. Just yesterday Imo recorded 26 new cases. The only reason you still pretend all over the place is because you are yet to see anything to mock others with. Now see your Imo state.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by ScotMisile: 8:45am On May 26
So, you held vigils ,praying evil prayers against Imo State and hoping that the evil happens...and as soon as the covid-19 figure in Imo State went up...you rushed to Nairaland to expose your incurable disease?.......

WoW.....now I see.......this is the last time i shall consider you human or being serious, neither will I respond to you again on this planet called Earth...bye...

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by leicestercamper: 8:51am On May 26
ScotMisile:
So, you held vigils ,praying evil prayers against Imo State and hoping that the evil happens...and as soon as the covid-19 figure in Imo State went up...you rushed to Nairaland to expose your incurable disease?...WoW.....now I see.......this is the last time i shall consider you human or being serious, neither will I respond to you again on this planet called Earth...bye.



Useless monkey. Do I even remember that there's a state called Imo state, not to talk of thinking about it. I only remembered because your brother used this same issue against another state.

Scotmisile, you are also guilty of the same thing, your past posts are replete with such posts against our state.

Evil people, all they do is pretending, once they see any reason to mock others, they won't pretend anymore, they take advantage of it.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 8:03pm On May 26
Installation of precast drains at Mcc/uratta road

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 8:05pm On May 26
Assumpta -ibari ogwa junction

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 8:06pm On May 26
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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 8:30pm On May 26
World bank-umuguma road, cement stabilisation was introduced to ensure longer life span for the roadway

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 8:32pm On May 26
Chief Tony chukwu was also on site

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 8:33pm On May 26
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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by OreMI22: 9:05pm On May 26
sanctity454:
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Hope Uzodinma reminds me of Chris ngige.

They stole another person's mandate, then they win the hearts and minds of the people through purposeful governance with the delivery of high-quality projects.

Then the people are opposed to removing him from office because he turned out to be a high performer, even if the mandate was stolen. grin grin grin

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by seankafor(m): 9:25pm On May 26
OreMI22:


Hope Uzodinma reminds me of Chris ngige.

They stole another person's mandate, then they win the hearts and minds of the people through purposeful governance with the delivery of high-quality projects.

Then the people are opposed to removing him from office because he turned out to be a high performer, even if the mandate was stolen. grin grin grin
guy anything to better IMO state and Nigeria is welcome irrespective of who and where it's coming from

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by ScotMisile: 10:04pm On May 26
seankafor:
guy anything to better IMO state and Nigeria is welcome irrespective of who and where it's coming from
That's what I call objectivity in governance.

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by asha80(m): 10:46pm On May 26
OreMI22:


Hope Uzodinma reminds me of Chris ngige.

They stole another person's mandate, then they win the hearts and minds of the people through purposeful governance with the delivery of high-quality projects.

Then the people are opposed to removing him from office because he turned out to be a high performer, even if the mandate was stolen. grin grin grin
the difference is that unlike ngige there isn't going back to the court..just the next election

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by asha80(m): 10:49pm On May 26
sanctity454:
Chief Tony chukwu was also on site
what's tony chukwu's own?

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Re: Few Pics From Imo State by sanctity454(m): 10:56pm On May 26
asha80:
what's tony chukwu's own?
Roudo const co. is his company na

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