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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by simplycarro: 1:40pm On May 23, 2016
iblawi:


Dummy, you are really dull to use financial transactions as a measure of valuing development when knowledgeable people use GDP. No southeastern state is close to Ibadan in terms of economy. Ibadan is always in top 5 in Nigeria contesting with major cities like kano and port-harcourt.
Financial transactions is used by banks and is not a way of measuring economy or development. Withdrawing N5000 and depositing it back 5 times doesn't mean you have N25,000 but as long as bank is concerned, you have done a transaction worth N25,000.

Igbo are mainly into trading which requires lots of withdrawals and deposit.

You need to pay for this free education.

Intelligent stuff
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by shogz89: 1:41pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:


Don't mind them that's how they recycled Abj and Lag pics online to hype their slum city grin I got one the other day after he posted CBN headquarter, Falomo round-about etc. grin


Real Ibadan
that dosent change the fact that ibadan has more infrastructure than awka onitsha, owerri. Only enugu stand a chance .. You think because am correcting the pictures been posted then i don't know the fact. Does brown roof mean slum, the only thing you guyz have been saying is brown roof, don't you have other reason why it shouldn't be among top ten

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by lexyclasy: 1:44pm On May 23, 2016
iblawi:

You are confused my dear. Ibadan is far ahead of all southwestern state in terms of infrastructure. Even the ancient areas you guys keep posting have better infrastructure (road, water, electricity, hospitals malls, cinema, schools etc) than your own state not to talk of newly built areas.

I remember when shoprite open newly in your state the whole state celebrated it cos you guys have never seen anything close to that in your history. The brown roof houses you guys keep posting were built by our great grand fathers in the 50s and 60s when your people were still living in thick bushes and evil forest.

Use your head for ones and ask yourself why are there no new houses between the brown roofs it's simply because there are many new areas where modern houses are built.

The most important thing is that the brown roof house still have better infrastructure than any area in your beloved anambra and economical more important to Nigeria than anambra.
If you have been to UK before then you will eschew those craps you are vomiting.....is it a crime to pull down red roof for better structure .....is it the same building they built in the era of Sir James McPherson that they are still leaving did Uk have particular place for new structure, i see confusion all around you.....maybe it is because of the mentality of using water to wipe your ass that is still enshrine in your skull....show me a place like Ibadan in Cape town, Durban Jo bug....always playing local champion......living in past glories is a sin Just like someone who owns a Peugeot 505 evolution then and still driving till today and someone bought Range rover now and you console yourself that you are better off than the range rover guy.....pleas stop this hype....Ibadan remains a slum take it or leave it.....
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Ilovemystate: 1:51pm On May 23, 2016
iblawi:


Dummy, Igbos are mainly traders that buy and sell on a daily basis, when they sell they deposit and when they want to buy they withdraw. The circle keeps repeating on a daily basis, my friend that is not a measure of development or wealth.

If I withdraw N5000 from Bank and bought a shoe for N4500 which I later sold for N5000 and deposited it back to the bank the same day, financial transaction for that day is recorded as N10,000 but I truly don't have that amount in reality. Imagine repeating the same thing on a daily basis and tell me what my financial transaction will be for a week not to talk of a month.

You just reason, how will anambra's financial transactions be higher than Lagos, port-harcourt, kano, Ibadan, ogun or Kaduna. These are the states with the highest GDP contributions in Nigeria. If anambra is that wealth Igbos won't be rushing down to Lagos and other South Western States on a daily basis.

dull-witted!Bank credit/deposit in each state may be used as an indicator of the level of activity and well being of operators (households and businesses) in a particular state as it shows what residents are borrowing and the amount deposit in banks. I know you are pained tongue
Slum dweller

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by asha90: 1:52pm On May 23, 2016
Una no dey tire ni. I have some vacancies in my new offices that opened recently in PH and Onitsha. What are you people dragging? Wike dalu for doing it again for all of us at G & C Resources.
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by forgiveness: 1:54pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:


Ibadan is 95% slum city

We don see. Now, can you please tell us which of these factors Awka, Onitsha or Enugu surpass Ibadan. grin

If you don't understand these factors then you can use the thread below to guide you. Thanks grin


https://www.nairaland.com/2182271/most-livable-cities-nigeria-expatriates


1, Consumer goods

2, Economic environment

3, Housing

4, Medical and Health consideration

5, Natural environment

6, Political and Social environment

7, Recreation

8, Schools and Education

9, social and cultural environment

10, Public services and Transportation

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Ilovemystate: 2:16pm On May 23, 2016
forgiveness:


We don see. Now, can you please tell us which of these factors Awka, Onitsha or Enugu surpass Ibadan. grin

If you don't understand these factors then you can use the thread below to guide you. Thanks grin


https://www.nairaland.com/2182271/most-livable-cities-nigeria-expatriates


1, Consumer goods

2, Economic environment

3, Housing

4, Medical and Health consideration

5, Natural environment

6, Political and Social environment

7, Recreation

8, Schools and Education

9, social and cultural environment

10, Public services and Transportation
Ibadan I served scores 4 over 10 from those criteria you enumerated

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Ilovemystate: 2:21pm On May 23, 2016
Twistaray:




https://www.nairaland.com/3102772/world-health-organization-ranks-onitsha
Lagos, 6 other states control 90% of cash transactions in Nigeria – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that Lagos and six other states control about 90 per cent of cash transactions in the country. The other states are Rivers, Anambra, Abia, Kano, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/05/lagos-6-other-states-control-90-of-cash-transactions-in-nigeria-cbn/

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Twistaray(m): 2:37pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:

Lagos, 6 other states control 90% of cash transactions in Nigeria – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that Lagos and six other states control about 90 per cent of cash transactions in the country. The other states are Rivers, Anambra, Abia, Kano, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/05/lagos-6-other-states-control-90-of-cash-transactions-in-nigeria-cbn/

And so what?

I thought this quote from..would do justice to that :

Igbos are mainly traders that buy and sell on a daily basis, when they sell they deposit and when they want to buy they withdraw. The circle keeps repeating on a daily basis, my friend that is not a measure of development or wealth.

If I withdraw N5000 from Bank and bought a shoe for N4500 which I later sold for N5000 and deposited it back to the bank the same day, financial transaction for that day is recorded as N10,000 but I truly don't have that amount in reality. Imagine repeating the same thing on a daily basis and tell me what my financial transaction will be for a week not to talk of a month.

You just reason, how will anambra's financial transactions be higher than Lagos, port-harcourt, kano, Ibadan, ogun or Kaduna. These are the states with the highest GDP contributions in Nigeria. If anambra is that wealth Igbos won't be rushing down to Lagos and other South Western States on a daily basis.



And what have you to say about these.. :


[b]Lagos State accounted for the largest share of active voice subscribers with 19.04 million or 12.8% of the total, followed by Ogun State with 8.53 million subscribers or 5.7%, Kano State with 7.81 million or 5.25%, Oyo State with 7.53 million subscribers or 5.06% of the total, then FCT and Rivers State with 6.03 million (4.05%) and 5.84 million (3.93%) respectively. It is observed that four of the top five States (Lagos, Ogun, Oyo and Kaduna) with respect to active voice subscriptions had total subscribers in excess of their official population number as provided by the Nigerian Population Commission as shown in table 3 except for Kano and Rivers whose official population figures exceeded the number of active voice subscribers at the end of q1 2016.

Table 1 also shows that Lagos was the dominant market for all of the active voice telecom companies accounting for 10.05% of MTN total voice subscribers (followed by Ogun, Kaduna and Rivers in that order); 10.03% for Glo (followed by Oyo, Niger, Ogun and FCT in that order); 16.0% for Airtel (followed by Ogun, Kano and Oyo); and 19.1% of Etisalat voice subscribers (followed by Ogun, Kaduna and Rivers in that order[/b]

https://www.nairaland.com/3114368/nigerian-states-number-registered-phone#45762365

And beside you stats above was last conducted in 2015, mine is 2016 grin bro.

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by lexyclasy: 2:44pm On May 23, 2016
OBAFEMIawolowo:
uyo is developing, but Enugu,pH, owerri, kano and Kaduna ate still ahead of uyo.

Uyo is very smaller than these cities
You are right but the ope was talking about infrastructures not the size.....Uyo have all the qualities of the afore mentioned even with modern facilities.....such as Airport, stadium, Standard library, 5-star/4-star hotels,good road networks,link roads and bypasses,better drainage system, power plant of 191 mega watt generation, health facilities e.g millennium hospital, teaching hospital, missionary hospitals, standard beach, standard golf course, entertainment center Ibom Tropicana, media outfits outdoors/indoors, Ewet Housing, Asongama Housing, Shelter Afrique, Ebiye haven, Abak road housing and legislative quarters, and the new ones under construction, Standard Motor parks and Abattoirs, accessibility to other major cities in the state with less time, eg EKET, IKOT EKPENE, ABAK, ORON, IKOT ABASI, good communication network, civilization above average (80%), Coastal surroundings for maritime affairs.....Uyo is good to go and the environment is people friendly and respectful, good dietary system Uyo and Calabar rocks
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by mercyville: 2:59pm On May 23, 2016
simplycarro:
They asked for infrastructure Ibos are posting pictures of private residential houses.
lol....
when there are no infrastructures,they must post something now.

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by forgiveness: 3:00pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:

Ibadan I served scores 4 over 10 from those criteria you enumerated

grin Is that all you can do. Hope you also agreed that Ibadan is ahead of Awka, Onitsha and Enugu (except on natural environment) with these 4 factors. Agreed! grin

Now let us go to the other factors on the list.

Starting with;

Economic Environment: Simply means the conditions for investors to invest and make profit in an environment. Chikena!

Now, tell me how many investors besides Anambra man are investing in 'ONITSHA' and 'AWKA'(I did not mention state oooo) and how many are in Enugu due to fair Taxes, interest rates, currency exchange rates, inflation, consumer discretionary income, saving rates, consumer confidence levels, recession, depression and unemployment rate?

Now, List all the benefits of Awka, Onitsha and Enugu as a result of their economic environment as I listed for Ibadan below.

So far Ibadan pass them for this one too.

The main industries in the area include the processing of agricultural products; Tobacco processing and Cigarette (Manufacture); flour-milling, leather-working, Automobile plant and furniture-making.

There are several cattle ranches, a dairy farm as well as a commercial abattoir in Ibadan.

The headquarters of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) have extensive grounds for crop and agricultural research into key tropical crops such as bananas, plantains, maize, cassava, soybean, cow pea and yam.[12]

According to a report, Ibadan is the 3rd cheapest Nigerian city to live in.[13]

That is why many poultry farms like, Zartech limited, Anu- oluwa farms, Chi farms, Rom oil mill limited ( biggest automated edible oil refinery and margarine company in sub- Sahara Africa, flour mill, Leyland Busan motor company limited, Pamper, Huggies, American British tobacco company , Sumal Foods Limited ecetera.


2 Housing grin How many housing estates are in Awka, Onitsha and Enugu?

Is there any of their Estate among the top 10 most expensive Estate in Nigeria? Ibadan has one on the list and that alone show that the real estate business in Ibadan is no childs' play. It is a very lucrative business.

Tell us how of any popular real estate investors now investing or invested in Onitsha, Akwa and Enugu real estate business.

http://afkinsider.com/48628/most-expensive-luxury-real-estate-locations-in-nigeria/

List of Ibadan Estates:
1) Alalubosa
2) Agodi g.r.a,
3) Ikolaba estate,
4) Old Bodija GRA
5) New Bodija G. R.A,
6) Jericho,
7) Iyagbanku,
cool Onireke G.R.A
9) Sanmonda estate,
10) Olive court estate,
11) Ashi- bodija,
12) Emerald court,
13) Oluyole estate,
14) Charlton gate Akobo estate ecetare


3) Medical grin Una get hospital wey better pass UCH. The best in Nigeria? If not Ibadan don surpass Awka, Onitsha and Enugu. grin l no wan talk too much on dis one. grin


4) Political and Social Environment; Government actions which affects the operations of a company or business. These actions may be on local, regional, national or international level. Business owners and managers pay close attention to the political environment to gauge how government actions will affect their company. This has to do security issues that deals political violence, robbery, kidnapping ecetera.

ii, Social environment; the environment developed by humans as contrasted with the natural environment; society as a whole, especially in its relation to the individual.

The environment developed by humans as contrasted with the natural environment; society as a whole, especially in its relation to the individual. e,g if evidence for nepotism, tribalism is present in such a complex social environment or the tremendous stress of poverty and social isolation, then such cities lacks social relationship.

U don read am finish? Straight to the benefit or results of political and social environment.

How many foreigners are doing business in Awka, Onitsha and Enugu?

How many foreigners dey buy land take build business or houses in Awka, Onitsha and Enugu compare to Ibadan? grin You see am grin Ibadan pass them for this one too.

5) Education; AN expatriate or an average Nigeria can educate his/her children from preschool up to University in Ibadan because Ibadan has many international schools owned by Americans, Lebanese and well trained Nigerian in terms of quality education. e.g IITA school, American Christian Academy, Life forte international, bodija international, The Ibadan international school french school etcetera and don't forget that one of the best rated universities in the world and in Nigeria is sited in Ibadan. University of Ibadan to be precise. grin Don't forget there are lots of institutions in Ibadan. grin

As you can see Ibadan pass dem once again. grin



Modifypost: l forgot to add schools and Education.

As you can see you need to adjust the scores very well. grin

Maybe 10 over 10 kwa! grin meaning Ibadan is by far more infrastructurally developed than Awka, Onitsha and Enugu.

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by lexyclasy: 3:56pm On May 23, 2016
comrChris:
you are definitely high on what l don't know,ado ekiti ahead of abakaliki? or is there any other ado ekiti in Nigeria? pls this show you are not a traveller.....abakaliki infra structurally is way ahead of ado ekiti
l
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by forgiveness: 3:58pm On May 23, 2016
forgiveness:


grin Is that all you can do. Hope you also agreed that Ibadan is ahead of Awka, Onitsha and Enugu (except on natural environment) with these 4 factors. Agreed! grin

Now let us go to the other factors on the list.

Starting with;

Economic Environment: Simply means the conditions for investors to invest and make profit in an environment. Chikena!

Now, tell me how many investors besides Anambra man are investing in 'ONITSHA' and 'AWKA'(I did not mention state oooo) and how many are in Enugu due to fair Taxes, interest rates, currency exchange rates, inflation, consumer discretionary income, saving rates, consumer confidence levels, recession, depression and unemployment rate?

Now, List all the benefits of Awka, Onitsha and Enugu as a results of their economic environment as I listed for Ibadan below.

So far Ibadan pass them for this one too.

The main industries in the area include the processing of agricultural products; Tobacco processing and Cigarette (Manufacture); flour-milling, leather-working, Automobile plant and furniture-making.

There are several cattle ranches, a dairy farm as well as a commercial abattoir in Ibadan.

The headquarters of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) have extensive grounds for crop and agricultural research into key tropical crops such as bananas, plantains, maize, cassava, soybean, cow pea and yam.[12]

According to a report, Ibadan is the 3rd cheapest Nigerian city to live in.[13]

That is why many poultry farms like, Zartech limited, Anu- oluwa farms, Chi farms, Rom oil mill limited ( biggest automated edible oil refinery and margarine company in sub- Sahara Africa, flour mill, Leyland Busan motor company limited, Pamper, Huggies, American British tobacco company , Sumal Foods Limited ecetera.


2 Housing grin How many housing estates are in Awka, Onitsha and Enugu?

Is there any of their Estate among the top 10 most expensive Estate in Nigeria? Ibadan has one on the list and that alone show that the real estate business in Ibadan is no childs' play. It is a very lucrative business.

Tell us how of any popular real estate investors now investing or invested in Onitsha, Akwa and Enugu real estate business.

http://afkinsider.com/48628/most-expensive-luxury-real-estate-locations-in-nigeria/

List of Ibadan Estates:
1) Alalubosa
2) Agodi g.r.a,
3) Ikolaba estate,
4) Old Bodija GRA
5) New Bodija G. R.A,
6) Jericho,
7) Iyagbanku,
cool Onireke G.R.A
9) Sanmonda estate,
10) Olive court estate,
11) Ashi- bodija,
12) Emerald court,
13) Oluyole estate,
14) Charlton gate Akobo estate ecetare


3) Medical grin Una get hospital wey better pass UCH. The best in Nigeria? If not Ibadan don surpass Awka, Onitsha and Enugu. grin l no wan talk too much on dis one. grin


4) Political and Social Environment; Government actions which affects the operations of a company or business. These actions may be on local, regional, national or international level. Business owners and managers pay close attention to the political environment to gauge how government actions will affect their company. This has to do security issues that deals political violence, robbery, kidnapping ecetera.

ii, Social environment; the environment developed by humans as contrasted with the natural environment; society as a whole, especially in its relation to the individual.

The environment developed by humans as contrasted with the natural environment; society as a whole, especially in its relation to the individual. e,g if evidence for nepotism, tribalism is present in such a complex social environment or the tremendous stress of poverty and social isolation, then such cities lacks social relationship.

U don read am finish? Straight to the benefit or results of political and social environment.

How many foreigners are doing business in Awka, Onitsha and Enugu?

How many foreigners dey buy land take build business or houses in Awka, Onitsha and Enugu compare to Ibadan? grin You see am grin Ibadan pass them for this one too.



As you can see you need to adjust the scores very well. grin

Maybe 10 over 10 kwa! grin meaning Ibadan is by far more infrastructurally developed than Awka, Onitsha and Enugu.


Ilovemystate don abandon em love.
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Babacele: 4:06pm On May 23, 2016
Scholes007:
. I have no beef against Ibadan neither do I believe I'm more travelled than you , but ranking Ibadan anywhere close to 10 infrastructurally developed city is an insult to Nigeria. When it comes to city road network ibadan has a very poor mark in that when you compared to most cities including Abuja you said you lived in. Access to electricity? There you made some gleering wrong assumption again, every city in Nigeria has some degree of unstable electricity power supply, but when it comes to which has better supply, Ibadan is no were close to the Abuja, lagos, PH or enugu. Water supply? Did you say ibadan has an excellent what supply(at least by Nigerian standard)? Ibadan is just a regular nigerian city when it comes to Night and social life. Better cities like the ones i mention earlier has far better night life. Like i said Ibadan is not and shouldn't yet be among the top 10 infrastructurally develop city in Nigeria. Unless you talking of the very cheap housing and stuffs like that.
it is obvious you know nothing about Ibadan beyond what your misinformed mind thinks it is. name the infrastructure lists those other cities possess and let us talk about them empirically .
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Babacele: 4:21pm On May 23, 2016
lexyclasy:
You are right but the ope was talking about infrastructures not the size.....Uyo have all the qualities of the afore mentioned even with modern facilities.....such as Airport, stadium, Standard library, 5-star/4-star hotels,good road networks,link roads and bypasses,better drainage system, power plant of 191 mega watt generation, health facilities e.g millennium hospital, teaching hospital, missionary hospitals, standard beach, standard golf course, entertainment center Ibom Tropicana, media outfits outdoors/indoors, Ewet Housing, Asongama Housing, Shelter Afrique, Ebiye haven, Abak road housing and legislative quarters, and the new ones under construction, Standard Motor parks and Abattoirs, accessibility to other major cities in the state with less time, eg EKET, IKOT EKPENE, ABAK, ORON, IKOT ABASI, good communication network, civilization above average (80%), Coastal surroundings for maritime affairs.....Uyo is good to go and the environment is people friendly and respectful, good dietary system Uyo and Calabar rocks
Uyo and calabar are awesome ,no doubt.
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Poweredbreww: 4:24pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:

My pics is intimidating grin grin,




view this to brightening your morning mod dweller, you are comparing Anambra to Oyo state Both financially and infrastructures Anambra is far ahead, I have shown you financial transactions of both states 2010-2015, Anambra state still gave Oyo gap it's not about how big it's how well, Oyo state has been owing civil servants for months and one of the states that was bailed out by FG grin grin Open thread let compare big for nothing state and Anambra in all ramifications. I served in Oyo, I know how poverty held the state hostage.


You have inferiority complex, its really affecting your life.

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by MrkenOkonkwo(m): 5:04pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:

Show us Ibadan skyline, Liebu Bypass, Dugbe road, Dike road, I guess these areas are new Ibadan grin, apart from buildings along major roads, buildings at there back are slums. I served in Ibadan I know how backward the town is.

Mkpi!
Na by force?cheesy
You keep posting pix of your red mud anambra. Even if you shove the pix in people's ass, it won't change the fact that onitsha is the most polluted city on Earth shocked
Pained photographer grin because nobody is talking about Anambra, you are spamming the thread with red mud enclaves.
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by MrkenOkonkwo(m): 5:09pm On May 23, 2016
Poweredbreww:
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You are inferiority complex, its really affecting your life.

Please, ignore that iboe dunce, you can never win them when it comes to this kinda matter, rather they will drag and force you to their ignorant world.

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by MrkenOkonkwo(m): 5:15pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:

Ibadan I served scores 4 over 10 from those criteria you enumerated


This old foool is always serving from one state to another grin Nobody takes you serious anymore. Coz it obvious you are jobless and pained idi*t. from serving in osun to lag to ondo.
Chai grin

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 5:28pm On May 23, 2016
Niyinficient:


My favourite cities in the east are Enugu, Owerri and Awka....as for d award for Onitsha, it was given weeks ago! grin as the most polluted city!

Most pics about Ibadan are so demeaning! So so unfair! Ibadan has got beautiful places. And as for those brown roofs, they are not slum! The brownness of Ibadan roofs shows that civilisation has been in dat city wen most cities were still hamlets....the browness of ibadan doesn't mean it's a slum...Lagos and Kano have got worse slums than ibadan. The brown roofs of ibadan is the same in all Nigerian Ancient Southern Cities. Take it or leave it.

Every state and City has got its own beauty!
The browness rather shows they use a lot of zinc instead of aluminium and that thr owners dont give a damn about renovation.
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 5:32pm On May 23, 2016
asha90:
Chidiebere, Aba pictures are threatening to show up..I hope the mods have gone to bed? cheesy
What do you say to all tge yorubas insulting awka and onitsha since this thread started?

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 5:40pm On May 23, 2016
jornie:

Calm down... Do you even know what infrastructure means?
IB is the first and one of the few cities (and Lagos ) to have a functioning radiotherapy and nuclear medicine facility in the whole of West Africa... No other city in Nigeria apart from Lagos that just one functioning ,has it.
I've being to IB many times and I'll tell you, IB is a very big city and has lots of developed sites and infrastructures both hard and soft ...im not saying delta is not developed but you should know the cities you're comparing.
Unth, enugu does radiotherapy. What kind of ignorance do you possess?
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Poweredbreww: 5:41pm On May 23, 2016
MrkenOkonkwo:


Please, ignore that iboe dunce, you can never win them when it comes to this kinda matter, rather they will drag and force you to their ignorant world.

I tire bro. The mofo keep posting recycled trash everywhere. Lol

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Poweredbreww: 5:43pm On May 23, 2016
MrkenOkonkwo:



This old foool is always serving from one state to another grin Nobody takes you serious anymore. Coz it obvious you are jobless and pained idi*t. from serving in osun to lag to ondo.
Chai grin

Lmao. He once said he served in Akure, changed it to served in Osun then Lagos now its Ibadan. The illiterate can lie pass Satan. Lol

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by asha90: 5:43pm On May 23, 2016
Ngozi, firstly it was not a Yoruba that opened the thread but am Igbo clown from Abia state and his name is Chidiebere Nwabekeyi while his NL usernames are Obafemiawolowo, customized13, ooni, nwabekeyi, lolzzz, etc. Since I have such background information as the above that was why I was particular about him posting the pictures from Abia state particularly the ones from Aba..lol! The insults were crisscrossing, yorubas hauling insults to the Igbo states and cities while Igbos were responding respectively against their states and cities. I have been on NL for long to know how to watch events and fire on targets..

InyinyaAgbaOku:

What do you say to all tge yorubas insulting awka and onitsha since this thread started?

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Nobody: 5:49pm On May 23, 2016
MrkenOkonkwo:



This old foool is always serving from one state to another grin Nobody takes you serious anymore. Coz it obvious you are jobless and pained idi*t. from serving in osun to lag to ondo.
Chai grin

You think say na beans to serve plantain-chips for 36 states? grin cheesy
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by Poweredbreww: 6:05pm On May 23, 2016
OmoAjowa7:


You think say na beans to serve plantain-chips for 36 states? grin cheesy


Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by BankeSmalls(f): 6:12pm On May 23, 2016
Ilovemystate:

Lagos, 6 other states control 90% of cash transactions in Nigeria – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that Lagos and six other states control about 90 per cent of cash transactions in the country. The other states are Rivers, Anambra, Abia, Kano, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/05/lagos-6-other-states-control-90-of-cash-transactions-in-nigeria-cbn/

If my lovely Ibadan is not on that list of highest spenders, then the CBN is biased and must be headed by one ibo man.
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by BankeSmalls(f): 6:14pm On May 23, 2016
asha90:
Ngozi, firstly it was not a Yoruba that opened the thread but am Igbo clown from Abia state and his name is Chidiebere Nwabekeyi while his NL usernames are Obafemiawolowo, customized13, ooni, nwabekeyi, lolzzz, etc. Since I have such background information as the above that was why I was particular about him posting the pictures from Abia state particularly the ones from Aba..lol! The insults were crisscrossing, yorubas hauling insults to the Igbo states and cities while Igbos were responding respectively against their states and cities. I have been on NL for long to know how to watch events and fire on targets..


The yorubas are saints! grin grin grin grin
Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 6:23pm On May 23, 2016
asha90:
Ngozi, firstly it was not a Yoruba that opened the thread but am Igbo clown from Abia state and his name is Chidiebere Nwabekeyi while his NL usernames are Obafemiawolowo, customized13, ooni, nwabekeyi, lolzzz, etc. Since I have such background information as the above that was why I was particular about him posting the pictures from Abia state particularly the ones from Aba..lol! The insults were crisscrossing, yorubas hauling insults to the Igbo states and cities while Igbos were responding respectively against their states and cities. I have been on NL for long to know how to watch events and fire on targets..

I never asked you to mention people's names. If you can't reply without mentioning people's names, then it's funny. What do you gain from that?

Read the entire thread, people from all walks have been insulting your cities and you just chose one person to prove wrong. That's my observation

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Re: 10 Infrastructurally Most Advanced Cities In Nigeria. by asha90: 6:36pm On May 23, 2016
Ngozi, I have read the through the thread and your own city and state has been insulted too. Besides I have to mention names for you to know that I am very sure of who is who as far as NL is concerned. Like as I said since it was Igbo guy that opened the thread I was waiting for any Igbo outside Yoruba to insult my state then you will see the stuff am made of. Yorubas did not open the thread so how can I accuse them of insulting my state or any other Igbo state. The person I chose to quote was the same person that opened the thread that was why I was particular about him. What do you want me to do when the insults were crisscrossing between Igbos and Yorubas? I was waiting in the wings for the clown that opened the thread to insult my state then you would have met this thread bleeding with the real pictures from his own state. I am not bluffing because I know I can go to any extreme when I start my own! cool

InyinyaAgbaOku:

I never asked you to mention people's names. If you can't reply without mentioning people's names, then it's funny. What do you gain from that?

Read the entire thread, people from all walks have been insulting your cities and you just chose one person to prove wrong. That's my observation

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