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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by IGBOSON1: 11:14am On May 05
Chikeluba25:
Now checkout the class of ppl inspecting Ebonyi airport....
Gala sellers
The Gap is too much

Your divisive and quarrelsome presence on this forum/thread can't be masked....even if you pick a new moniker!

Assuming those are 'gala sellers', aren't they dignified human beings like anyone else? Or are you mocking them because of their choice of trade and position in life?

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Mathoj: 12:34pm On May 05
investnow2013:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEoB4ZUCkHI

Nnewi is begging for REGENERATION. There is RAW and UNORGANISED money, business and development in Nnewi.
The government need to help this industrious town through RENEWED URBAN PLANNING to move them to the next step of HUMAN WELLBEING.
A lot of demolition and relocation of markets out of town and far from main roads MUST take place in Nnewi to redeem it from becoming uncontrollable LARGE SLUM in future.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Chikeluba25(m): 12:36pm On May 05
IGBOSON1:


Your divisive and quarrelsome presence on this forum/thread can't be masked....even if you pick a new moniker!

Assuming those are 'gala sellers', aren't they dignified human beings like anyone else? Or are you mocking them because of their choice of trade and position in life?
That is to tell you the Gap is too much. a popular Igbo musician (Osadebe) said that it's only a fool that challenge who is greater than him.

Decode if u can.
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by OreMI22: 12:46pm On May 05
investnow2013:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEoB4ZUCkHI

The only regrettable thing is that this video tells everything about us. I personally find it repugnant due to the general environment.

We toil to build a multi-billion dollar business, yet we must conduct the entire business in absolute squalor and chaotic, filthy environment. The business rarely attracts any new foreign investors to grow nor command any respect at all because it looks so chaotic & rag-tag. Yet, it is worth so much! The general mentality of our people that the immediate environment around their business does not matter is a huge impediment to us.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by chiefobdk(m): 1:55pm On May 05
globemoney01:

Shut your mouth this hausa man. What did your peter obi do in Nnewi for 8 years? You cant come now and pretend you are after good governance after attacking everyone who questioned peter obi during his very mediocre, uninspiring tenure, when you were being paid. Atleast Obiano saved nnewi from the 100 foot pound erosion that wanted to destory Nnewi not to mention his community projects and roads, streetlights etc in Nnewi.. What did your paymaster do for nnewi
pls which roads in Nnewi?


Freeglobe u re pen for hire. Now u write for Obiano. I understand you have to defend
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by chiefobdk(m): 1:58pm On May 05
OreMI22:


The only regrettable thing is that this video tells everything about us. I personally find it repugnant due to the general environment.

We toil to build a multi-billion dollar business, yet we must conduct the entire business in absolute squalor and chaotic, filthy environment. The business rarely attracts any new foreign investors to grow nor command any respect at all because it looks so chaotic & rag-tag. Yet, it is worth so much! The general mentality of our people that the immediate environment around their business does not matter is a huge impediment to us.

All you people do is criticise Nnewi. Yet ur own town is still undeveloped..
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by ejanla077: 2:11pm On May 05
Newly Constructed Innoson Motor for courier services

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ezewuzie01: 2:18pm On May 05
When you go abroad, places like Nnewi are regarded as surburbs. It is not out of place to refer to Nnewi as a surburb of Onitsha. People like Senator Ifeanyi Ubah who are in position to help that place look liveable by attracting federal funding for Nnewi roads are not doing so rather he is diverting the funds to settle his Amcon debts and prosecute this year's governorship election. A clear case of incapacity and political misadventure.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by afube: 2:21pm On May 05
Mathoj:


Nnewi is begging for REGENERATION. There is RAW and UNORGANISED money, business and development in Nnewi.
The government need to help this industrious town through RENEWED URBAN PLANNING to move them to the next step of HUMAN WELLBEING.
A lot of demolition and relocation of markets out of town and far from main roads MUST take place in Nnewi to redeem it from becoming uncontrollable LARGE SLUM in future.



Do not underestimate the parochial nature of the average Nnewi indigene o! this narrow-mindedness is the reason why it is so difficult to start any development project there, besides the town center is so jampacked and densely populated that its going to be near impossible to relocate any market or park. I think a more cost effective approach to modernizing the town is tighter supervision and enforcement of town planning and traffic regulations. Shops have to restrict wares display within the shops, no extension of shop shades and shelters onto the road, eliminate street trading, expand key roads and junctions...............the idea of massive demolitions and relocation may not work. I wonder what the old site of unizik teaching hospital will be used for when they move to the perm site in Umudim Nnewi? that's the only substantial space left within the town center.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by IDENNAA(m): 2:54pm On May 05
OreMI22:


The only regrettable thing is that this video tells everything about us. I personally find it repugnant due to the general environment.

We toil to build a multi-billion dollar business, yet we must conduct the entire business in absolute squalor and chaotic, filthy environment. The business rarely attracts any new foreign investors to grow nor command any respect at all because it looks so chaotic & rag-tag. Yet, it is worth so much! The general mentality of our people that the immediate environment around their business does not matter is a huge impediment to us.

Its important to remember that it's the duty of the government to put town planning in place and map out residential , market and industrial areas. We lack the culture of organization and order due to the incompetent people we allow to run our affairs. Nnewi is an eyesore, you have people erecting all sort of illegal structures anywhere they can find a land even up to tje tip of the roads.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by IGBOSON1: 2:57pm On May 05
afube:




Do not underestimate the parochial nature of the average Nnewi indigene o! this narrow-mindedness is the reason why it is so difficult to start any development project there, besides the town center is so jampacked and densely populated that its going to be near impossible to relocate any market or park. I think a more cost effective approach to modernizing the town is tighter supervision and enforcement of town planning and traffic regulations. Shops have to restrict wares display within the shops, no extension of shop shades and shelters onto the road, eliminate street trading, expand key roads and junctions...............the idea of massive demolitions and relocation may not work. I wonder what the old site of unizik teaching hospital will be used for when they move to the perm site in Umudim Nnewi? that's the only substantial space left within the town center.



Had i been running things, that land would be turned into a beautiful, serene park...with wooded areas, walkways, carpet grass and water features! We have this attitude of wanting to build on every last scrap of land!

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by IDENNAA(m): 3:04pm On May 05
Ezewuzie01:
When you go abroad, places like Nnewi are regarded as surburbs. It is not out of place to refer to Nnewi as a surburb of Onitsha. People like Senator Ifeanyi Ubah who are in position to help that place look liveable by attracting federal funding for Nnewi roads are not doing so rather he is diverting the funds to settle his Amcon debts and prosecute this year's governorship election. A clear case of incapacity and political misadventure.

Ifeanyi Ubah can only do very little to resurface the town. What happens after you repave the federal roads at Nnewi? Will that change the outlook of the town ? No.

The problem with Nnewi is town planning and reorganization , which is the duty of state and local government. Somebody already pointed out that some markets needs to be relocated.

We are here stressing about the squalor in Nnewi but take a look at our own darling capital town Awka... look at eke Awka and tell me you arent ashamed. What did Obiano do about eke Awka in his over 7yrs as a governor? The governor is a man who lives in America and enjoys the benefits of a well planned and organized society but has conveniently abandoned his father's land in ruins.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ezewuzie01: 3:41pm On May 05
IDENNAA:


Ifeanyi Ubah can only do very little to resurface the town. What happens after you repave the federal roads at Nnewi? Will that change the outlook of the town ? No.

The problem with Nnewi is town planning and reorganization , which is the duty of state and local government. Somebody already pointed out that some markets needs to be relocated.

We are here stressing about the squalor in Nnewi but take a look at our own darling capital town Awka... look at eke Awka and tell me you arent ashamed. What did Obiano do about eke Awka in his over 7yrs as a governor? The governor is a man who lives in America and enjoys the benefits of a well planned and organized society but has conveniently abandoned his father's land in ruins.

Obiano has uplifted Awka from what it was in the Peter Obi era. The city looks much more presentable now. Land in Awka is even more expensive than in Enugu at the moment. Then the issue of Nnewi rests with Nnewi people themselves. The town developed from a village into an urban settlement with that same village mindset. Nnewi is no different from my village or any other village in Anambra state only that it has more business. The failure of Nnewi stems from the people themselves through Nzuko ora Nnewi failure to map out their town for development in an orderly manner rather than the flagrant sale of land in anywhere belle face fashion. What Nnewi needs now is for their confused senator to use his position in Abuja to build good roads for them since the idea of demolitions is too expensive and not feasible. Ifeanyi Ubah can attract nothing less than 10 billion naira annually to Nnewi alone in infrastructure upgrade but illiteracy has finished that man in his misadventure in Abuja.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ezewuzie01: 3:45pm On May 05
IGBOSON1:


Had i been running things, that land would be turned into a beautiful, serene park...with wooded areas, walkways, carpet grass and water features! We have this attitude of wanting to build on every last scrap of land!

That place is too small for what you are fantasizing about. Infact, Nzuko ora Nnewi will likely insist that it be an extension of motorcycle parts market.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by IGBOSON1: 3:53pm On May 05
Ezewuzie01:


That place is too small for what you are fantasizing about. Infact, Nzuko ora Nnewi will likely insist that it be an extension of motorcycle parts market.

Hehehehehe grin grin grin

At this stage, i think it’s best to just throw in the towel! I give up!! undecided
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Mega2biz(m): 3:53pm On May 05
afube:




Do not underestimate the parochial nature of the average Nnewi indigene o! this narrow-mindedness is the reason why it is so difficult to start any development project there, besides the town center is so jampacked and densely populated that its going to be near impossible to relocate any market or park. I think a more cost effective approach to modernizing the town is tighter supervision and enforcement of town planning and traffic regulations. Shops have to restrict wares display within the shops, no extension of shop shades and shelters onto the road, eliminate street trading, expand key roads and junctions...............the idea of massive demolitions and relocation may not work. I wonder what the old site of unizik teaching hospital will be used for when they move to the perm site in Umudim Nnewi? that's the only substantial space left within the town center.


You can't really say it's parochial and narrow mindedness. Are they narrow minded but are able to achieve great feats in business, building big industries, developed their town from a total bush to a city?
The blame is on all past and present governors of Anambra state that have neglected Nnewi for more than 30 years now despite the huge revenue the city generates for the state and the huge jobs the city creates. Nnewi Must be given a special attention

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ezewuzie01: 4:03pm On May 05
Mega2biz:
You can't really say it's parochial and narrow mindedness. Are they narrow minded but are able to achieve great feats in business, building big industries, developed their town from a total bush to a city?
The blame is on all past and present governors of Anambra state that have neglected Nnewi for more than 30 years now despite the huge revenue the city generates for the state and the huge jobs the city creates. Nnewi Must be given a special attention

Everywhere in Anambra was neglected, don't make it sound like Nnewi was targeted. The coming of Ngige brightened things a little in the rural areas but Onitsha, Awka, Nnew, Ihiala, Ekwulobia all suffered neglect. Obiano has done a lot in Onitsha especially in Awada and Omagba but the deficit is still huge. In Awka, he has also done a lot. In Nnewi he saved the town from being swallowed by gully erosion that almost tore the town in three parts. The infrastructure challenges in Anambra is not something that can be cured by one administration. Obiano has done his best and the next governor will do his own.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by chiefobdk(m): 4:16pm On May 05
Ezewuzie01:
When you go abroad, places like Nnewi are regarded as surburbs. It is not out of place to refer to Nnewi as a surburb of Onitsha. People like Senator Ifeanyi Ubah who are in position to help that place look liveable by attracting federal funding for Nnewi roads are not doing so rather he is diverting the funds to settle his Amcon debts and prosecute this year's governorship election. A clear case of incapacity and political misadventure.
even bushmen want to talk about abroad.
Obiano is the governor of anambra state. Ifeanyi Ubah have only been a senator since 2019 he already have more project in Nnewi than ur Obiano
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ezewuzie01: 4:22pm On May 05
chiefobdk:
even bushmen want to talk about abroad.
Obiano is the governor of anambra state. Ifeanyi Ubah have only been a senator since 2019 he already have more project in Nnewi than ur Obiano

If you want to discuss like a sane person, I am all in but I won't argue with an lmbecile.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by chiefobdk(m): 4:26pm On May 05
afube:




Do not underestimate the parochial nature of the average Nnewi indigene o! this narrow-mindedness is the reason why it is so difficult to start any development project there, besides the town center is so jampacked and densely populated that its going to be near impossible to relocate any market or park. I think a more cost effective approach to modernizing the town is tighter supervision and enforcement of town planning and traffic regulations. Shops have to restrict wares display within the shops, no extension of shop shades and shelters onto the road, eliminate street trading, expand key roads and junctions...............the idea of massive demolitions and relocation may not work. I wonder what the old site of unizik teaching hospital will be used for when they move to the perm site in Umudim Nnewi? that's the only substantial space left within the town center.




People will just open thr mouth waaa.. Without reasoning...
Which project did government bring to Nnewi that was rejected... You people talk without reasoning, too much emotional nonsense....

You accuse Nnewi of not following town planning. Yet yhe government you defend planned to build a shopping mall in the already overcrowded centre of Nnewi, it is the same indigenous people of Nnewi who rejected and stopped it...

U people should just have sense. Bikonu
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by chiefobdk(m): 4:34pm On May 05
Ezewuzie01:


Obiano has uplifted Awka from what it was in the Peter Obi era. The city looks much more presentable now. Land in Awka is even more expensive than in Enugu at the moment. Then the issue of Nnewi rests with Nnewi people themselves. The town developed from a village into an urban settlement with that same village mindset. Nnewi is no different from my village or any other village in Anambra state only that it has more business. The failure of Nnewi stems from the people themselves through Nzuko ora Nnewi failure to map out their town for development in an orderly manner rather than the flagrant sale of land in anywhere belle face fashion. What Nnewi needs now is for their confused senator to use his position in Abuja to build good roads for them since the idea of demolitions is too expensive and not feasible. Ifeanyi Ubah can attract nothing less than 10 billion naira annually to Nnewi alone in infrastructure upgrade but illiteracy has finished that man in his misadventure in Abuja.

You re a paid sycophant we kno but its shameful when u dont kno when to stop..

You expect nzuko ora Nnewi a socio cultural group to map out a town for development but absolve the governor who's job it is..



Tufiakwa ndi mmadu...

U expect a senator of less than 2vyears to map out 10 billion a year from the allocation ur village people contributed to him.. Ibu ezigbo ewu ...while 7 years plus governor loot the state dry...

I challenge u to post any Obianos Nnewi achievement in almost 8 years lets see if the achievement of Senator Ifeanyi Ubah in 2 years do not trounce it...

Lets see if Azubuogu have not tried more than the governor
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by chiefobdk(m): 4:41pm On May 05
Ezewuzie01:


If you want to discuss like a sane person, I am all in but I won't argue with an lmbecile.
you want me to discuss with a paid propagandist.. You no get sense?
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by GBOLAGBURUGBURU(m): 4:50pm On May 05
Hausa:
What is this Ebonyi v Anambra dragging all about?

Aren't we all igbos again?
Abi e don turn competition?
Ndi Ebonyi, una no get una thread?
This your account has been registered since 2009.
So it's fair to assume you are not a troll.
But if you are Igbo what motivated you to use Hausa as your monicker?

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by globemoney01: 8:58pm On May 05
chiefobdk:
pls which roads in Nnewi?


Freeglobe u re pen for hire. Now u write for Obiano. I understand you have to defend
Your from Nnewi and you dont know 100 foot erosion
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by afube: 9:01pm On May 05
chiefobdk:



People will just open thr mouth waaa.. Without reasoning...
Which project did government bring to Nnewi that was rejected... You people talk without reasoning, too much emotional nonsense....

You accuse Nnewi of not following town planning. Yet yhe government you defend planned to build a shopping mall in the already overcrowded centre of Nnewi, it is the same indigenous people of Nnewi who rejected and stopped it...

U people should just have sense. Bikonu




apparently, that is not being narrow-minded! let us see how it pans out but I will not be surprised if we are still talking about the same issue 5 years from now! I was deeply involved in the development of the ASPAMDA complex in Lagos and the construction of some lines in mgbuka obosi ........I know how conservative our people can be when it comes to traditional/ancestral lands as opposed to developments outside.
Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by globemoney01: 9:33pm On May 05
IDENNAA:


Ifeanyi Ubah can only do very little to resurface the town. What happens after you repave the federal roads at Nnewi? Will that change the outlook of the town ? No.

The problem with Nnewi is town planning and reorganization , which is the duty of state and local government. Somebody already pointed out that some markets needs to be relocated.

We are here stressing about the squalor in Nnewi but take a look at our own darling capital town Awka... look at eke Awka and tell me you arent ashamed. What did Obiano do about eke Awka in his over 7yrs as a governor? The governor is a man who lives in America and enjoys the benefits of a well planned and organized society but has conveniently abandoned his father's land in ruins.
This fool, when peter obi was doing nothing as governor except paying fools like you to spread propaganda how he is the best this and that, especially when oil sold for over $100 you were attacking everyone that called out peter obi. Now that Obiano has successfully exposed him as a fraud who wasted Anambra 8 years you are all over the place trying to paint obiano bad. Now you have discovered Anambra IGR is low, you have discovered Awka needs to be developed. In a bid to save face for your paymaster.Take your nonsense out of here, go back to your platuea state. No one wants to hear you..


In other news, first Awka stadium getting ready.. Its as if Willie Obiano is the first Anambra governor with the state getting all its firsts under him, for a governor whose tenure eas plagued by recession, low oil prices, Buhari, etc. SMH

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by OreMI22: 9:40pm On May 05
globemoney01:

This fool, when peter obi was doing nothing as governor except paying fools like you to spread propaganda how he is the best this and that, especially when oil sold for over $100 you were attacking everyone that called out peter obi. Now that Obiano has successfully exposed him as a fraud who wasted Anambra 8 years you are all over the place trying to paint obiano bad. Now you have discovered Anambra IGR is low, you have discovered Awka needs to be developed. In a bid to save face for your paymaster.Take your nonsense out of here, go back to your platuea state. No one wants to hear you..


In other news, first Awka stadium getting ready.. Its as if Willie Obiano is the first Anambra governor with the state getting all its firsts under him, for a governor whose tenure eas plagued by recession, low oil prices, Buhari, etc. SMH

Please, where is Obiano getting money for these projects??

Someone told me today that the pace of work at the International Conference Center was also going on rapidly.

Many states don't even pay salaries now! Yet, Obiano pays full salaries on the 26th of every month!!! How does he do it??
Even Umahi that is equally performing (infrastructure wise) owes salaries unlike Obiano!

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by AsomughaChuks05: 10:06pm On May 05
OreMI22:


Please, where is Obiano getting money for these projects??

Someone told me today that the pace of work at the International Conference Center was also going on rapidly.

Many states don't even pay salaries now! Yet, Obiano pays full salaries on the 26th of every month!!! How does he do it??
Even Umahi that is equally performing (infrastructure wise) owes salaries unlike Obiano!

Governor Willie Obiano is God sent to Anambra state. Thank God that Father Mbaka publicly acknowledged it recently. One other amazing feat of Obiano that many have chosen to ignore for their selfish motives is that Obiano will complete his 8 year tenure without the civil service embarking on strike throughout his 8 year tenure unlike what was happening in the Mbadinuju administration when teachers went on strike for over a year or the Peter Obi administration when doctors and health workers went on strike for over a year plus water corporation staff dying because Obi refused to pay them. Akpokuedike Aguleri will never be forgotten in Anambra history. Lest I forget, Peter Obi was collecting mega billions with oil above 120 dollars unlike now that oil is less than 50 dollars. The difference is clear.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by IDENNAA(m): 10:07pm On May 05
OreMI22:


Please, where is Obiano getting money for these projects??

Someone told me today that the pace of work at the International Conference Center was also going on rapidly.

Many states don't even pay salaries now! Yet, Obiano pays full salaries on the 26th of every month!!! How does he do it??
Even Umahi that is equally performing (infrastructure wise) owes salaries unlike Obiano!


Peter Obi invested over 75 billion of Anambra money in stocks and bonds and the last time I heard about the investment it has appreciated up to 200 billion. When the father of modern Anambra (Peter Obi) was investing these monies many called him a ffool even Charles Soludo thought it was senseless and criticized Obi on a national television. And today we could borrow up to 100 billion just because we have 300 billions sitting somewhere and adding more gains.


There you have it, Anambra is loaded and by now we have nothing less than 300 billion in investments.....like Peter Obi always say..."let's save for the rainy days for our children."

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by globemoney01: 10:07pm On May 05
OreMI22:


Please, where is Obiano getting money for these projects??

Someone told me today that the pace of work at the International Conference Center was also going on rapidly.

Many states don't even pay salaries now! Yet, Obiano pays full salaries on the 26th of every month!!! How does he do it??
Even Umahi that is equally performing (infrastructure wise) owes salaries unlike Obiano!
Synthetic grass ready..

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by globemoney01: 10:14pm On May 05
IDENNAA:



Peter Obi invested over 75 billion of Anambra money in stocks and bonds and the last time I heard about the investment it has appreciated up to 200 billion. When the father of modern Anambra (Peter Obi) was investing these monies many called him a ffool even Charles Soludo thought it was senseless and criticized Obi on a national television. And today we could borrow up to 100 billion just because we have 300 billions sitting somewhere and adding more gains.


There you have it, Anambra is loaded and by now we have nothing less than 300 billion in investments.....like Peter Obi always say..."let's save for the rainy days for our children."



So we can also say Obiano is investing Anambra money in stocks and bond. Obi was investing Anambra money but couldnt complete ordinary shopping malls but was able to complete his own mall in Abuja. You are a fool and Soludo was right to call him a fool.

The 75 billion is fake. The con artist Obi never left any 75 billion anywhere, where is the evidence and also Anambra never borrowed any 100 billion under Obiano.. Anambra IGR during Obi was 8 billion/year while he was investing, under Obiano its over 28 billion a year. If Peter Obi built Anambra Airport or completed the shopping malls when oil was over $100 it would have cost the state less but because he was clueless he was using the state money to expand his business. so shut up and get out of here.

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Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by AsomughaChuks05: 10:18pm On May 05
If Governor Obiano saw the kind of money that Peter Obi had in his time but mismanaged and looted in building shopping malls in Abuja and PH, and buying shares for his family in Intafact brewery and other overseas schemes, Anambra would have been the cynosure of all eyes in Southern Nigeria today. All the mediocre roads that Obi built that have since been washed away is what people are now blaming Obiano for. It is painful that those lost years of Peter Obi's maladministration cannot be recovered.

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