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Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Nobody: 10:24am On Sep 26, 2015
EverestdeBliu:
But not as worse it were. GEJ certainly did not leave it how he met it. Say the truth.
lol..second class train was #150 before gej tenure ..its #230 now with no improvement
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Nobody: 10:30am On Sep 26, 2015
SUFFERING AND SMILING(IN FELA VOICE)
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Bollinger(m): 10:35am On Sep 26, 2015
tobimillar:


Are all westerners perfect? Yet the cnn and bbc will only dish out favorable news items about their people but will go to any length to paint africa as blacks..trust me, there are positives to take away from Nigeria even in the midst of all the negativity

Yes you are right. Some "positives" include; serious and obvious corruption, bribery from the public to private life, instantaneous extra judicial justice (jungle justice), zero security, dilapidated infrastructure, lack of power supply, zero pliable roads or maintenance, and the worst, the absolute worst is the stone age mentality of it's citizens. At least with a somewhat enlightened mentality one can expect change and transformation, but with the present mentality, you might as well kiss that good bye.
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by uniqueboi(m): 10:35am On Sep 26, 2015
EverestdeBliu:
what's this one saying? GEJ inherited those old,archaic,locomotive engines from his predecessors. Arguably, no government past or present made much contribution to the rail sector as much as GEJ. They had only added little or nothing to what was built during the colonial era. Tell yourself the truth.





Ogbeni your hatred for GEJ no get episode 2.

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Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by vansfks: 10:36am On Sep 26, 2015
Neduzze5:
It is not of him that readeth, neither is it of him that crammeth but of him that giveth knowledge!!
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Olaxtra: 10:44am On Sep 26, 2015
EverestdeBliu:
Yes! It used to be like that-maybe still is overcrowded,old and inhabitable in some areas,but GEJ's effort in the rail transport sector can't be sidelined. He made to bring it to this...







Baddest lie ever liveth!!!




Not thy train that's en-routing #lag-kano.
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by EverestdeBliu(m): 11:12am On Sep 26, 2015
uniqueboi:






Ogbeni your hatred for GEJ no get episode 2.
did u read/understand the post?
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by ocelot2006(m): 11:21am On Sep 26, 2015
EverestdeBliu:
what's this one saying? GEJ inherited those old,archaic,locomotive engines from his predecessors. Arguably, no government past or present made much contribution to the rail sector as much as GEJ. They had only added little or nothing to what was built during the colonial era. Tell yourself the truth.

The TRUTH is that GEJ inherited a LONG DEAD & COMATOSE rail network, revamped it and expanded it across the federation. The revival of this mode of travel is thanks SOLELY to GEJ.

Now THAT is the TRUTH.
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by EverestdeBliu(m): 11:29am On Sep 26, 2015
ocelot2006:


The TRUTH is that GEJ inherited a LONG DEAD & COMATOSE rail network, revamped it and expanded it across the federation. The revival of this mode of travel is thanks SOLELY to GEJ.

Now THAT is the TRUTH.
Agreed. Though not wholly revived. If only GEJ was re-elected. Big thanks to him anyway

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Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by AzontoGhost(m): 11:30am On Sep 26, 2015
FlirtyKaren:
zoom
suffering and smiling embarassed
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by dacovajnr: 11:31am On Sep 26, 2015
first-Ever African production from Marvel..*African Spiderman * grin
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by lebete3000: 12:35pm On Sep 26, 2015
FlirtyKaren:
That's a man stretched across the second-class compartment and he's soundly sleeping. Who knows how long he stayed in that position. It doesn't look comfortable at all. Photo was released online two days ago.

http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/09/see-what-this-foreign-photographer-said.html

cc lalasticlala

so you mean dat fine babe couldn't afford first class ba?
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Nobody: 1:03pm On Sep 26, 2015
cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by mrofficial(m): 1:04pm On Sep 26, 2015
Sincere9gerian:
GEJ's transformation agenda still standing tall!

Cc: Ishilove, lalasticlala.

You called this transformation. Deception! grin grin grin
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Nobody: 1:07pm On Sep 26, 2015
is there no VIP section?
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by MPSA(m): 1:07pm On Sep 26, 2015
This is good for africa, the life style is improving a lot grin
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Bonj(m): 1:16pm On Sep 26, 2015
FlirtyKaren:
That's a man stretched across the second-class compartment and he's soundly sleeping. Who knows how long he stayed in that position. It doesn't look comfortable at all. Photo was released online two days ago.

http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/09/see-what-this-foreign-photographer-said.html

cc lalasticlala

Totally Photoshopped!

Take a closer look.....bleeding foreign snitch!
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by bidexmimi(f): 2:53pm On Sep 26, 2015
Realdeals:
Overcrowding is because of the festive season. The free ride provided by Aregbesola.
My first experience on the Lagos - kano route was terrible, though I was able to secure seat, but to get down I had to pass the window. You can imagine people standing from osogbo to Kano.

Not jst because of d festive period ooo.,av also experienced such b4 4rm Ibadan - Lagos.,d worst experience i ever had.,culdnt get a seat...
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by bidexmimi(f): 2:55pm On Sep 26, 2015
lebete3000:


so you mean dat fine babe couldn't afford first class ba?

Sumtimes u won't even get a 1st class ticket.,esp wen u plan 2 join in other states
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Heureaux: 3:36pm On Sep 26, 2015
anyhow anynow,man must survive ;Danyhow anynow,man must survive
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by justpeehay(m): 3:39pm On Sep 26, 2015
hmm...der are times when peeing in a lacasera bottle is d only option
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by Joevics(m): 3:45pm On Sep 26, 2015
bidexmimi:


Sumtimes u won't even get a 1st class ticket.,esp wen u plan 2 join in other states
i think it a good sign, it goes to show that people are patronising the service. All thanks to Gej, @ least he did his part. For all those saying otherwise, i don't know where u got that from, because it was from last year that i started seeing trains in portharcourt, after a very long time.
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by lebete3000: 4:55pm On Sep 26, 2015
bidexmimi:


Sumtimes u won't even get a 1st class ticket.,esp wen u plan 2 join in other states

You mean if you wanna travel to other states you'll be denied such?
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by shut(f): 5:34pm On Sep 26, 2015
Hahaha
Very nice joke
Choi Nigeria grin
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by MrsPhyno: 5:43pm On Sep 26, 2015
That's my new favourite pic grin

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Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by KingIU(m): 6:14pm On Sep 26, 2015
the man could have just stayed in the position just to take the photo. so he can give bad name to the developing train system.
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by refreshrate: 9:10pm On Sep 26, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKQ0eOkFH94

Ask the stupid journalist to watch this then come back to write another story werey alaso. Times like this I miss idi amin
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by refreshrate: 9:12pm On Sep 26, 2015
Bonj:

Totally Photoshopped!
Take a closer look.....bleeding foreign snitch!
my thoughts exactly!
Re: See What This Foreign Photographer Said She Saw On A Train From LAGOS To KANO by amparas(m): 10:42pm On Sep 26, 2015
Inside that long journey man gat to gym small stretch body grin grin grin

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