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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Afam4eva(m): 10:11am On Jun 08, 2017
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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by GrandGarcon: 10:17am On Jun 08, 2017
Afam4eva:
Great topic you have here...However, in my usual truth telling nature, i'll aanswer some of the rhetorical questions you posed giving you the reason why things may not work out as we wish.

The DNA of the average Igbo man has been tampered with such that he how now started thinking like a jew that will live his entire life in America without ever think of moving back to Israel, his homeland. We have taken this one-Nigeria slogan soo seriously that we think we can just adopt to live anywhere outside Igboland despite the constant harassment by natives.

One revolution that i think we should focus on is the "Think Igboland" mantra that will be aimed at cajoling Igbos from all over Nigeria to build Igboland and this revolution involves the governors in the region. All hands need to be on deck to turn Igboland into a more commercially viable region.

The truth is that it's actually more viable to setup a business whether in form of a hotel, factory, school etc in other cities outside Igboland than it is in Igboland. So, that's why you see our investments in Lagos, PH, Kano, Kaduna, Abuja and all over the place. When people see the south east is too small for Igbos, it's really not about land as we can have an upward development as far as housing is concerned. The problem is that the resources in the south east are too thin to be enough for the current population let alone if all Igbos come back home. The onus is on our leaders to think big and plan for the future. It's never enough to tell people to leave their profit making business to Igboland out of charity. There's how far charity can take you. The world has become a global village and people don't care as much as living in their ancestral land, so you need more than just telling them that just because they'r Igbo thaat they should move back.

Truth be told, if any Igbo city can attain the level of infrastructure in Uyo, Igbos will naturally wan to come back and set up of something. There has to be a catalyst.
Total trash. FYI the economy of the east is locked! How can the businesses work 100% when the FEDERAL roads are so bad, it takes 3 to four days to ship the goods from Lagos to that place? If the calabar port was working like that of Lagos, do you think it will be so difficult to set up a business there, what of that of Portharcort or Warri? why should we go ALL THE WAY to Lagos to ship your goods to your home town while there are ports a stone throw away left right and center? But still the market in onitsha is the biggest market in west africa, it is bigger than some towns in Africa. Now they are talking about rail, but suspiciously the SE was not put there because they have ulterior motives, even if it will be the most viable, because of the volume of goods and people that will move from point a to point b. Our economy is locked because they want to punnish us for trying to exit this fraud called nigeria, thst is why our people are moving out, before the genocide, did you hear such stories? It is on record that the eastern region had the best infrastructures in Subsaharan Africa at that time, you might say what then were our people doing in northern Nigeria that they were killed in such a large number? What then was the hausa man in Enugu was doing when our people in Enugu elected him MAYOR? It simply means that there were also many Hausa people there, for one reason or the other. So your argument is invalid, this is why Nigeria has refused to progress, because the one holding us down is equally holding himself down.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Nobody: 10:25am On Jun 08, 2017
Abagworo:
Even without moving our businesses from Lagos, Abuja, Kano etc. it is enough to move 80% of our profits to Southeast. Imagine if our yearly profits from other parts of Nigeria is 3 trillion and we use 2.5 trillion to invest in Southeast what we can achieve in 5 years.

What we do is to reinvest 95% in our host communities which ordinarily is a good gesture but it rather attracts envy than appreciation. The Northerners and SWners generally invest 80% at home and their host communities feel more comfortable.

Uche Ogah for example has a money spinning Masters Energy in Port Harcourt but is investing most of the profit at his hometown of Uturu. That way the Rivers people are happy with him for providing job opportunities and for equally not buying up all their land with the profit he made there. A typical Igbo man would have reinvested his entire profit at Iwofe and in that process breed jealousy.

This comment you made has more sense in it than all your comments since being on nairaland.

Anyways, am beginning to notice that you now have this pro Igbo sense like it should be. I guess your master Rochas have started realising who the Northerners are right?

All the same, everything you said here is truth. Like you rightly pointed out, Southern minorities have this feeling that we want to dominate them. Lol. For what kwanu?

My only problem with this Biafran thingy is just this access to Sea. Finish. If we can Build airports in Igboland, Construct Ports that will go through Rivers state... I believe the sky will be our limit!
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by izospindle(m): 10:33am On Jun 08, 2017
IgboticGirl:



what is ur own
my own is its not as easy as you say it......on like other countries individuals own land in Nigeria.... we all know igbos are always fighting over land... during my service i was in a LGA with only one atm..... just because individuals are not willing to sell their land for banks to be built
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by izospindle(m): 10:41am On Jun 08, 2017
Ugomba:
Red soil? Hahaha and Northern land is desert soil.
Do you know that ur lake chad in the north has dried up? And desert is fast encrouaging?
Lol.
Don't sweat it, Igbos are returning to build up their land. Oya Kovefefe
even the north's desert land is good for growing beans. just stand by the Niger bridge and see how much food goes from north to south. am sure in the last week you must have eaten food grown in the north. if it was not so the igbo traders that go to the north to bring food down south will not do it cause they are wise enough to no which is more profitable. the truth is no part of the country is indispensable. but we all make life better for each other

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by GrandGarcon: 10:44am On Jun 08, 2017
YourTerror:


This comment you made has more sense in it than all your comments since being on nairaland.

Anyways, am beginning to notice that you now have this pro Igbo sense like it should be. I guess your master Rochas have started realising who the Northerners are right?

All the same, everything you said here is truth. Like you rightly pointed out, Southern minorities have this feeling that we want to dominate them. Lol. For what kwanu?

My only problem with this Biafran thingy is just this access to Sea. Finish. If we can Build airports in Igboland, Construct Ports that will go through Rivers state... I believe the sky will be our limit!
Access to the sea is not a guarantee to success, lack of of access is not a guarantee to failure either.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by SGANIVA: 10:45am On Jun 08, 2017
nice thread, following
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by GrandGarcon: 10:47am On Jun 08, 2017
izospindle:
even the north's desert land is good for growing beans. just stand by the Niger bridge and see how much food goes from north to south. am sure in the last week you must have eaten food grown in the north. if it was not so the igbo traders that go to the north to bring food down south will not do it cause they are wise enough to no which is more profitable. the truth is no part of the country is indispensable. but we all make life better for each other
The foods you are talking about is from Cameroun, I am a living witness, I have travelled from Nigeria to Gabon by road, I saw all these thing I am telling you.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by izospindle(m): 11:02am On Jun 08, 2017
GrandGarcon:
The foods you are talking about is from Cameroun, I am a living witness, I have travelled from Nigeria to Gabon by road, I saw all these thing I am telling you.
funny enough this countries you mention along with others like Niger and mail still buy food from Nigeria because of our now low exchange rate. anyway its not all type of food that are farmed in Nigeria or maybe that particular food tyoe you saw was short in nigeria at that time.
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by GrandGarcon: 11:07am On Jun 08, 2017
izospindle:

funny enough this countries you mention along with others like Niger and mail still buy food from Nigeria because of our now low exchange rate. anyway its not all type of food that are farmed in Nigeria or maybe that particular food tyoe you saw was short in nigeria at that time.
Chaii the delusions of grandeur is too much, Cameroun supplies food to Nigeria, Gabon, Congo (Brazaville) and Equatorial Guinea. You are in ibadam casting thoughts and pulling statistics from the anus, don't travel and see things for yourself. I dey for Libreville right now.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by SGANIVA: 11:14am On Jun 08, 2017
we are developing at a very slow pace .our governor s have a big role to play and our people need to change there mentality. some village s in the east is by far better than some towns in the north .abagworo is right, people living outside should invest atleast 80% of there income in east
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by arushiuga(m): 11:15am On Jun 08, 2017
Insightful
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by izospindle(m): 11:25am On Jun 08, 2017
GrandGarcon:
Chaii the delusions of grandeur is too much, Cameroun supplies food to Nigeria, Gabon, Congo (Brazaville) and Equatorial Guinea. You are in ibadam casting thoughts and pulling statistics from the anus, don't travel and see things for yourself. I dey for Libreville right now.
dude is not fight cool down......i biafra you shall get wink
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by GrandGarcon: 11:27am On Jun 08, 2017
izospindle:

dude is not fight cool down......i biafra you shall get wink
I am just telling you what I saw during my travels.
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by timsTNA: 11:37am On Jun 08, 2017
GrandGarcon:
I am just telling you what I saw during my travels.


Yoruba always lie to win arguments

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by mrvitalis(m): 11:45am On Jun 08, 2017
Ugomba:
I laughed out loud when I saw the threat of Northern youths to Igbos, ordering them to leave the north.
The North don't want restructuring, what do they now want?
Do these northerners know the implications of these threat?
90% of Internal Generated Revenue in the North are gotten from Taxation of Igbo markets, Hotels, Factories etc.
NDI IGBO, Listen, Lagos is the most populated state in Nigeria with 25+million occupants and the same lagos ironically has the smallest landmass in Nigeria, If Lagos can contain 25million people, then Enugu and Anambra alone can contain All Igbos.
Igbo land is bigger than Rwanda, Israel, Gambia, Singapore etc and these are Countries of their own.
If Egypt can build an artifical canal as seaport, Igbos can dredge the Obeaku water in Ukwa, Abia state to the Atlantic.
It is 12nauticals to the atlantic ocean .

There is Oil and gas in Igbo land, from Egbema, Ukwa, Ndoki, Oguta, Ogbaru etc
what about Solid minerals like Limestones, Coal, Tin, Columbite, Timber etc that are in commercial size in Igbo land.
We have huge markets, and most importantly a very great Human Resources.
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I call upon all Igbo investors in the North to start the process of relocating their businesses to the east,
why will an Imo man build a hotel in jigawa when he can build it in Oguta or Okigwe?
Why will an Abia man build a mall in Kano when he can build it in Umuahia
Why will umeofia want to build a tomato product industry in sokoto when he can build in Onitsha, Nnewi or Asaba.
.
- Lets build international airports in Igbo areas just like Sam mbakwe build the imo airport by shrewd contribution.
Lets copy the Israeli method who returned home and build their homeland.
.
- Some Towns in Igbo land like Arochukwu, Orlu, Okigwe, Nnewi, Afikpo, Nsukka, etc should be build and transformed into a city.
.
- Do you know that Coal in Enugu can power up the whole Igbo land or alternatively the Gas in Oguta and Egbema can power up a Gas power plant in Igbo land.
Don't forget the already existing Thermal power plant in Alaoji Abia that is built by Barth Nnaji.
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- What about Aba? We can open up Industrial estates in Nnewi,Aba, Asaba, Okigwe etc and start producing some products we will use in Igbo areas inorder to grow the GDP and IGR.
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- What about Agriculture? Farming should be given and commercialised to Big farm investors.
By the way, when you Eat Oha soup or Nsala soup, how many of the ingredient come from the North? NONE.
Is it their beef? Ebonyi can build a massive cow farm, Imo can build a massive Poultry farm etc.
We can get and produce our own meat.
.
- Lets build more markets and High rise Residential buildings for easy and organised accomodation.
.
- Where are our industralists and investors, it is time to saturate the entire Igbo land with trillions worth of your investments.
.
- What about our own media, we need investment in internationalised media in Igbo land so that we can tell our story and advertise our land to the world.
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- What about ICT Park in Igbo land, we have the brains to grow many service based and logistic technopreneurship in Igbo land.

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The empty threat by the northern youths should be a wakeup call.
Even if you want to base outside Igboland, then travel abroad.
Respect comes when your house is in order.
IGBOS lets think home.
UGOMBA- The Anioma First Son
I have always said Igbo's has what it takes to develop themselves ...we have the banks and the market

First of all if we are serious ..we can ask our banks to take Igbo development as there key a gender ...

We can create a leather and garment industry in aba ,and aba cab also house Petri chemical plants and also rifinaries ..its metal industries can be improved ....but we have a choice to make ibaka sea port or aba river port ...

Onitsha should be linked to aba by roads and rail to move goods to aba ...in fact aba will be like our Lagos .....tbc
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Ugomba(m): 1:00pm On Jun 08, 2017
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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Abagworo(m): 1:43pm On Jun 08, 2017
YourTerror:


This comment you made has more sense in it than all your comments since being on nairaland.

Anyways, am beginning to notice that you now have this pro Igbo sense like it should be. I guess your master Rochas have started realising who the Northerners are right?

All the same, everything you said here is truth. Like you rightly pointed out, Southern minorities have this feeling that we want to dominate them. Lol. For what kwanu?

My only problem with this Biafran thingy is just this access to Sea. Finish. If we can Build airports in Igboland, Construct Ports that will go through Rivers state... I believe the sky will be our limit!

I have always been "over-Igbo" well above "pro-Igbo" in the real sense of it. I am totally against running down great Igbo men like IPOB is trying to run down Okorocha. I believe Igbo interest should supersede politics but most Igbos lack that knowledge. Jonathan is worse than the worst Igbo leader in all ramifications if we use his performance in Bayelsa as a parameter and most other people projected by other parts of Nigeria are far below what we have but we keep defaming our stars while waiting for saints. Go and think about this and relate same with what Igbos did to Ekwueme, Ojukwu and Orji Kalu to understand.
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by pazienza(m): 2:21pm On Jun 08, 2017
Abagworo:
Even without moving our businesses from Lagos, Abuja, Kano etc. it is enough to move 80% of our profits to Southeast. Imagine if our yearly profits from other parts of Nigeria is 3 trillion and we use 2.5 trillion to invest in Southeast what we can achieve in 5 years.

What we do is to reinvest 95% in our host communities which ordinarily is a good gesture but it rather attracts envy than appreciation. The Northerners and SWners generally invest 80% at home and their host communities feel more comfortable.

Uche Ogah for example has a money spinning Masters Energy in Port Harcourt but is investing most of the profit at his hometown of Uturu. That way the Rivers people are happy with him for providing job opportunities and for equally not buying up all their land with the profit he made there. A typical Igbo man would have reinvested his entire profit at Iwofe and in that process breed jealousy.

Good point!

The issue have never been about investing outside Igboland, the issue has always been re investing profits made outside Igboland, in outside Igboland, when we should be repatriating profits we made outside Igboland, back home for reinvestment.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Ekinematics: 2:53pm On Jun 08, 2017
This one no concern me.
It's a family thread from developers from the east.
As usual filled with empty chest beating grin

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Ugomba(m): 2:58pm On Jun 08, 2017
Ekinematics:
This one no concern me. It's a family thread from developers from the east. As usual filled with empty chest beating grin
ewedu man

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Agumbankembu: 3:43pm On Jun 08, 2017
Applaudisez Monsieur, très très bien.
J'aimes le ce
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by achi4u(m): 4:00pm On Jun 08, 2017
I must appreciate all ur input up there^^^ but one thing is for sure, there's nothing under this sun that will make an Igboman not to travel outside SE, if you like built Dubai in alaigbo.
As a trader that I am, the competitions here in SE is to tough compare to other regions making our people to move out in drove.
Do you know why you u can't find any shop of any Hausaman, yorubaman, Niger Delta middle beltas and any other tribes expect Igbos in the Major markets like Nkwo Nnewi, Mgbuka Obosi and other major markets in the East is because of too many competitors not that the owner of the shops refuses to let them.
Even most of our brothers decided to travel to other places where there's less competitions.
Anyone who says alaigbo is too small to accommodate all Igbo sons and daughters with their investment is not telling himself a truth. Enugu and Ebonyi state alone will swallow them with their investments just that the needed infrastructure is not there yet.
I wish the situation we found ourselves now can bring the best in us... A push for igbos to come back home.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Danishguy(m): 4:16pm On Jun 08, 2017
Ekinematics:
This one no concern me.
It's a family thread from developers from the east.
As usual filled with empty chest beating grin
You this chronic masturbator. Stop validating your parents view of you as an embarrassment.
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Ugomba(m): 8:38pm On Jun 08, 2017
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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by HopeAtHand: 11:01pm On Jun 08, 2017
YourTerror:


This comment you made has more sense in it than all your comments since being on nairaland.

Anyways, am beginning to notice that you now have this pro Igbo sense like it should be. I guess your master Rochas have started realising who the Northerners are right?

All the same, everything you said here is truth. Like you rightly pointed out, Southern minorities have this feeling that we want to dominate them. Lol. For what kwanu?

My only problem with this Biafran thingy is just this access to Sea. Finish. If we can Build airports in Igboland, Construct Ports that will go through Rivers state... I believe the sky will be our limit!

The port question is the most important question of Biafra. Igbos being a tribe of importers shouldn't enter into any venture that limits their access to sea. it's not good for business.

Make no mistakes, Ijaws wouldn't allow you dredge the Niger. Ogonis wouldn't allow you dredge the IMO River. Ikwerre grin gringrin that one is non-negotiable. If you must import, look to your brothers in Always ibom. Being a humane people by nature, Akwa ibom is way to go. Igbos should get their PR right on this and open the doors to endless opportunities.


thank me later.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by pazienza(m): 1:00am On Jun 09, 2017
HopeAtHand:


The port question is the most important question of Biafra. Igbos being a tribe of importers shouldn't enter into any venture that limits their access to sea. it's not good for business.

Make no mistakes, Ijaws wouldn't allow you dredge the Niger. Ogonis wouldn't allow you dredge the IMO River. Ikwerre grin gringrin that one is non-negotiable. If you must import, look to your brothers in Always ibom. Being a humane people by nature, Akwa ibom is way to go. Igbos should get their PR right on this and open the doors to endless opportunities.


thank me later.

No one needs your Advice!

You can go sit your Igbophobic self and advice where the sun doesn't shine.

Keep your advice, you would need it to fend off Ijaws from Ph or share it with them. Lol!

Ndi Uchuu!

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by EzeUche(m): 1:26am On Jun 09, 2017
Oil has never been a concern for me, but access to the sea has always been paramount.

Our people are traders. The sea is our lifeline, and once that is cutoff we suffer.

It is one of the reasons why our first republic failed because access to the sea was cut off from us.

We cannot deny this fact.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Develpeast: 1:59am On Jun 09, 2017
The total assets of igbos around the country can be put to 200 trillion naira as at 2016. This is quite a huge sum to leave for others to take advantage of. Our brothers must not come empty handed back to the east because it will skyrocket the vices in the region. I urge all of you to pedal down alittle so that we can set up Asset Recovery Fund (ARF).

For us to fully relocate our assets to the east with ease, the igbos have to make deals with banks and other industries in other regions so that they can sell of landed properties, houses and hotels to them. They will need to sell to banks who will in turn sell to customers and rent it out to people. More so, the igbo men can even sell to an igbo real- estate company who will in turn give it out to a leasing company that will manage the buildings for him until we recover totally the amount that has been spent in those areas. This might take more time than the way we are pushing for referendum. This is the best way to go about making those men from the north not run mad because they have been so attached to their properties, leaving them behind is tantamount to giving them heart attack and of course, many will die.

We call for supreme convention whereby all igbos should come home this december and lets discuss constructively how we can relocate their assets and families back to the region. The first set that will return are the children. We pay more than 50billion yearly outside the region on education alone. If we channel that amount in the east, many school owners will provide better education in the region. We need to build many boarding houses so that they can stay there until their parents finally relocates to the region.

We have to think very hard about the pace of our decisions so as to meet the economic reality of Biafra because whether we like it or not, Biafra will be a country and not heaven, so our actions or inactions will determine the success of the country, therein.
Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by Develpeast: 2:02am On Jun 09, 2017
EzeUche:
Oil has never been a concern for me, but access to the sea has always been paramount.

Our people are traders. The sea is our lifeline, and once that is cutoff we suffer.

It is one of the reasons why our first republic failed because access to the sea was cut off from us.

We cannot deny this fact.

You are very correct my brother, we are traders and hands men, we need access to the sea and that is a fact that must not be whittled down. If you cut off the igbos from the sea, they will surely have difficulties adapting. Please let them not use other countries as case study but use what we know as the biological makeup of the igbos. If we can get one access to the sea, then there will not be a single problem for us.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by EzeUche(m): 2:20am On Jun 09, 2017
We must realize that this is easier said than done.

Igbos will need the help of Igbos in the U.S., UK, Canada, Germany and other civilized nations to pour their resources to help achieving the Biafra dream.

We must also understand that we will probably be surrounded by enemies with the exception of the good people from Akwa Ibom that was mentioned earlier.

Now is the time to strategize.

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Re: Ways To Build Up Igbo Land/Region. by mikolo80: 11:12am On Aug 06, 2017
Ugomba:
I laughed out loud when I saw the threat of Northern youths to Igbos, ordering them to leave the north.
The North don't want restructuring, what do they now want?
Do these northerners know the implications of these threat?
90% of Internal Generated Revenue in the North are gotten from Taxation of Igbo markets, Hotels, Factories etc.
What factories please


NDI IGBO, Listen, Lagos is the most populated state in Nigeria with 25+million occupants and the same lagos ironically has the smallest landmass in Nigeria, If Lagos can contain 25million people, then Enugu and Anambra alone can contain All Igbos.
Igbo land is bigger than Rwanda, Israel, Gambia, Singapore etc and these are Countries of their own.
If Egypt can build an artifical canal as seaport, Igbos can dredge the Obeaku water in Ukwa, Abia state to the Atlantic.
It is 12nauticals to the atlantic ocean .

There is Oil and gas in Igbo land, from Egbema, Ukwa, Ndoki, Oguta, Ogbaru etc

These sound south south ish




what about Solid minerals like Limestones, Coal, Tin, Columbite, Timber etc that are in commercial size in Igbo land.

Why aren't they exploited now

We have huge markets, and most importantly a very great Human Resources.
.
I call upon all Igbo investors in the North to start the process of relocating their businesses to the east,
why will an Imo man build a hotel in jigawa when he can build it in Oguta or Okigwe?

Because the market is in the north. What wilt Hausa man do in South

Why will an Abia man build a mall in Kano when he can build it in Umuahia
Why will umeofia want to build a tomato product industry in sokoto when he can build in Onitsha, Nnewi or Asaba.

Nearness to raw materials (spoilage tinz)

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- Lets build international airports in Igbo areas just like Sam mbakwe build the imo airport by shrewd contribution.

How many ppl use the one in port Harcourt.

Lets copy the Israeli method who returned home and build their homeland.
.
- Some Towns in Igbo land like Arochukwu, Orlu, Okigwe, Nnewi, Afikpo, Nsukka, etc should be build and transformed into a city.
.
- Do you know that Coal in Enugu can power up the whole Igbo land or alternatively the Gas in Oguta and Egbema can power up a Gas power plant in Igbo land.
Don't forget the already existing Thermal power plant in Alaoji Abia that is built by Barth Nnaji.
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Then why are they looking at it
Lazy governors voted by easily deceived voters(actually the whole Nigeria is the same)


- What about Aba? We can open up Industrial estates in Nnewi,Aba, Asaba, Okigwe etc and start producing some products we will use in Igbo areas inorder to grow the GDP and IGR.
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With which looted money?

- What about Agriculture? Farming should be given and commercialised to Big farm investors.

Which land

By the way, when you Eat Oha soup or Nsala soup, how many of the ingredient come from the North? NONE.

Pepper meat onion I think

Is it their beef? Ebonyi can build a massive cow farm, Imo can build a massive Poultry farm etc.
We can get and produce our own meat.
.

We import beef. Dunno why few poultry in East. Think it has to do with penchant for fast income from buying and selling.nobody wants to invest for 6 months

- Lets build more markets and High rise Residential buildings for easy and organised accomodation.
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Who can afford it


- Where are our industralists and investors, it is time to saturate the entire Igbo land with trillions worth of your investments.
.
Most Ibo are importers exporters not
industrialistsMost not all


- What about our own media, we need investment in internationalised media in Igbo land so that we can tell our story and advertise our land to the world.
..
Nothing stops you from investing in cable channel but lowing you it will be in Ibo language that nobody will buy


- What about ICT Park in Igbo land, we have the brains to grow many service based and logistic technopreneurship in Igbo land.
Yeah but rather buy sell and buy titles


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The empty threat by the northern youths should be a wakeup call.
If it's empty why is it waking you up


Even if you want to base outside Igboland, then travel abroad.
Who will give you visa
Even Ghana Don taya for una


Respect comes when your house is in order.

You're damn right

IGBOS lets think home.

Wishful thinking
For the whole Nigeria

UGOMBA- The Anioma First Son
these sound south southIsh
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