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Going To Niger State For The First Time by TINALETC3(f): 2:04pm On Sep 20, 2017
Hi travel_landers, I really need your your help. I will be going to Niger state next month, it's my first time, pls, which transport company will I board , I will be going from Lagos. Ur suggestions wl b highly appreciated, thanks

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Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by taylor88(m): 2:09pm On Sep 20, 2017
Have not been there before shaa but my humble advice is





If ur following any root that passes ogun or osun



Make sure u deposit ur skull, hands, breast and the almighty V at any nearest bank



U can withdraw it wen u finally get there
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by TINALETC3(f): 2:12pm On Sep 20, 2017
grin grin grin haba, u ar scaring me grin
taylor88:
Have not been there before shaa but my humble advice is





If ur following any root that passes ogun or osun



Make sure u deposit ur skull, hands, breast and the almighty V at any nearest bank



U can withdraw it wen u finally get there
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by rafindo(m): 2:31pm On Sep 20, 2017
Use NsTC dey charge moderately. It also depend on what part of the state u are visiting because Niger state is the biggest state in Nigeria. The distance from Lagos to minna is 14hours.mokwa to bida is 4hrs bida to minna is 3hrs.mokwa to kontongara is like 4 hrs.

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Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by TINALETC3(f): 2:33pm On Sep 20, 2017
cool Tnx dear, appreciated
rafindo:
Use NsTC dey charge moderately. It also depend on what part of the state u are visiting because Niger state is the biggest state in Nigeria. The distance from Lagos to minna is 14hours.mokwa to bida is 4hrs bida to minna is 3hrs.mokwa to kontongara is like 4 hrs.
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by rafindo(m): 2:38pm On Sep 20, 2017
TINALETC3:
cool Tnx dear, appreciated
. They load in oyingbo except u break the journey to Ibadan or illorin.the choice full basket
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by wahles(m): 3:01pm On Sep 20, 2017
From ibadan its jst 8-hrs to minna
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by TINALETC3(f): 3:21pm On Sep 20, 2017
Tnx so much, so so grateful
rafindo:
. They load in oyingbo except u break the journey to Ibadan or illorin.the choice full basket
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by TINALETC3(f): 3:23pm On Sep 20, 2017
Wow, 8_hrs? And lag is 14. Hmmm, interesting, wl see 2 dat, tnx big time, u guys ar jst 2 helpful
wahles:
From ibadan its jst 8-hrs to minna
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by Udochee(m): 3:39pm On Sep 20, 2017
TINALETC3:
I will be going to Niger state next month, it's my first time, pls, which transport company will I board , I will be going from Lagos

NSTC should be your best bet since this is your first time.although there are other private cars that go to minna. the park is @ Iddo not too far from oyingbo market. safe
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by TINALETC3(f): 4:19pm On Sep 20, 2017
cool appreciated big time
Udochee:


NSTC should be your best bet since this is your first time.although there are other private cars that go to minna. the park is @ Iddo not too far from oyingbo market. safe
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by castrol180(m): 12:40am On Sep 22, 2017
TINALETC3:
Hi travel_landers, I really need your your help. I will be going to Niger state next month, it's my first time, pls, which transport company will I board , I will be going from Lagos. Ur suggestions wl b highly appreciated, thanks



I wouldn't mind if you will be able to sleep over, I am at present in Wamba/Akwanga, Nasarawa state close to Abuja...on an investigative journalism of a sort. Pm me please, I am lonely #ireplasgidi #teamomoibadannimi
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by dustydee: 7:45am On Sep 22, 2017
castrol180:




I wouldn't mind if you will be able to sleep over, I am at present in Wamba/Akwanga, Nasarawa state close to Abuja...on an investigative journalism of a sort. Pm me please, I am lonely #ireplasgidi #teamomoibadannimi


Kidnapper alert.
@OP, Lagos to Minna used to be around 8hrs but I don't know how long it will take now due to bad roads. I used to travel from Oyingbo but not sure if that is still the case. Bida to Minna used to be 1hr but due to bad road is now around 1.5hrs and is no where near the 4hrs stated above. Have a safe trip.
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by Nobody: 8:55am On Sep 22, 2017
TINALETC3:
cool Tnx dear, appreciated

I disagree with you @rafinda.Bida -Minna is a little over an hour. I served in that state(the capital) and it was a wonderful experience..op,u'd enjoy your trip more if u go thru Abuja...then board a car to Minna from that KARU park.I don't know ow much it is now (Abj-Minna) .it used to be #300 back then(2006) ..even now,it wouldn't be up to #1000.transportation cost in the North is relatively lower in terms of distamce.Minna is lovely ..social life is cool too,cheap foodstuff,low transportation costs,among others .Minna-Kontagora is 2hrs thereabout. Enjoy your stay
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by castrol180(m): 10:27am On Sep 22, 2017
quote me no more guy, koboko fall on your pako head, pankere on your yansh...iwo ni gbomogbomo


dustydee:



Kidnapper alert.
@OP, Lagos to Minna used to be around 8hrs but I don't know how long it will take now due to bad roads. I used to travel from Oyingbo but not sure if that is still the case. Bida to Minna used to be 1hr but due to bad road is now around 1.5hrs and is no where near the 4hrs stated above. Have a safe trip.
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by HarunaWest(m): 8:47pm On Sep 25, 2017
board a bus from iddo....then to minna.....or better still enter abuja first sleep over then minna next day cos the journey is kinda frustrating.......
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by NewDelhi(m): 5:10pm On Sep 12, 2021
dustydee:



Kidnapper alert.
@OP, Lagos to Minna used to be around 8hrs but I don't know how long it will take now due to bad roads. I used to travel from Oyingbo but not sure if that is still the case. Bida to Minna used to be 1hr but due to bad road is now around 1.5hrs and is no where near the 4hrs stated above. Have a safe trip.
Next time argue like a sane human. What year were you travelling when bida to Minna is 1.5hrs? If you never ready for 4hrs plus don't waste your time.
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by CHRISSANCHEZ(m): 4:09am On Sep 13, 2021
TINALETC3:
Hi travel_landers, I really need your your help. I will be going to Niger state next month, it's my first time, pls, which transport company will I board , I will be going from Lagos. Ur suggestions wl b highly appreciated, thanks
Hello OP.
I reside in Minna, you can pm me when you are in Town....it's better you follow through Abuja...it's safe and better road.
I wish you safe trip.
Re: Going To Niger State For The First Time by Grgton(m): 6:34am On Sep 13, 2021
Use flight. .. it's risky to travel all the way

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