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|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by deomelo: 7:18pm On Jan 02|
SEA or Ocean, which one do you have in your village?
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by tigerclaws: 7:30pm On Jan 02|
SantaCruz1:Nope i know both individually
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by Earthquake1: 7:38pm On Jan 02|
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by tigerclaws: 7:39pm On Jan 02|
SantaCruz1:bros i have been following omenkalives for more than a year now as in he's my boy
Omenkalives is from ravaged state of Benue while LionDeLeo is a yeroba Muslim
am 1000% sure
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by laudate: 7:46pm On Jan 02|
Oga, from what you attached to your post, you should be able to deduce the answers. In fact, asking me that question just proves you failed geography in school. Calabar port is situated 55 nautical miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and measures 150 metres wide, with an average depth of about 5 metres chart draft. It is actually located along a river, and is in fact a River Port, which leads to a need for frequent dredging of the channel, and the use of pilot boats. You were the one who grouped it with other ports, as a sea port. Is there no difference between a seaport and a river port? Or is a sea the same thing as a river, in your own book?
Port-harcourt sea ports, Onne port and Lagos Seaports are much closer to the Atlantic ocean, than other ports and have a greater depth.The Lagos channel is up to 13.5 meters deep, and can receive large vessels of 232.3 meters, which carry up to 3500 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) and these vessels require approximately 11.5 meters depth.
So pasting an excerpt that lumps all ports together, merely shows that you do not recognise the difference between a seaport and a river port. Onitsha port if fully completed, will be a river port and NOT a sea port. There are no seas, linking that site with the Atlantic ocean.
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by 9jaPromo(f): 9:25pm On Jan 02|
Dis ur dunces word done dey too much
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by DerideGull(m): 10:01pm On Jan 02|
Olodo, I know with all efforts in Yari.ba land to educate you, Opu-Obu (Opopo) will elude a sucker such as you.
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by Blue3k2: 8:28pm On Jan 03|
|Re: We Need Seaport In Onitsha, Oguta — Imo Stakeholders by TheKingdom: 11:46pm On Jan 03|
VERY VERY USELESS AND CONFUSED PEOPLE, asking each year for the same things when they themselves can fight and attain their independence and build as many seaports a they like with their OWN money without begging or borrowing from IMF...
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