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Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by activistjohnny(m): 3:08am On Mar 06, 2018
The Governor, State of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola is set to commission the reconstructed Workers Drive, formerly known as Olaiya-Odi-Olowo-Ita-Olookan road, Osogbo, tomorrow Tuesday, March 6.
The Commissioner for Information and Strategy in the state, Mr Adelani Baderinwa, in a press statement issued on Monday, said the commissioning would take place by 10am at the popular Olaiya junction.
According to Baderinwa, workers in the state who are being honored for the support and resilience to Aregbesola’s administration are enjoined to turnout in large number to witness the commissioning.
The commissioner also called on all stakeholders including traditional rulers, religious and community leaders, leaders of various political parties to grace the occasion.

http://www.pressnewsng.com.ng/2018/03/aregbesola-commissions-workers-drive.html

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by activistjohnny(m): 3:11am On Mar 06, 2018
more pics

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by activistjohnny(m): 3:21am On Mar 06, 2018
2 years ago project is about to be commission. well the people of Osun state want to know more on the debt profile of the state. unpaid workers and pensioners salaries are huge. i pray for the next administration that will succeed him pay the debt.

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by beberebe: 3:52am On Mar 06, 2018
FINE ROAD IN THE MIDDLE OF DILAPIDATED BROWN ROOF HOUSEs AND SLUM....

Southwest ASIDE LAGOS IS JUST A joke

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 4:01am On Mar 06, 2018
beberebe:
FINE ROAD IN THE MIDDLE OF DILAPIDATED BROWN ROOF HOUSEs AND SLUM....


Southwest ASIDE LAGOS IS JUST A joke





















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Onitsha, World's Dirtiest City





















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Approaching Okpoko market through thick smog on the back of an okada (motorcycle taxi), the natural reaction is to cover your nose to protect yourself from the dust storm – but the effort is futile.

When a lorry zooms past, kicking up yet another red cloud of dirt, a trader turns the head of a sleeping toddler away from the road, a protective act that is as poignant as it is pointless.

This is a typical day in the southern Nigerian port city of Onitsha – which last year gained notoriety when it was ranked the worst city in the world for the staggering levels of PM10 particulate matter in its air.

Onitsha’s mean annual concentration was recorded at 594 micrograms per cubic metre by the World Health Organization – massively exceeding the WHO’s annual guideline limit for PM10s of 20μg/m3.

PM10 refers to coarse dust particles between 10 and 2.5 micrometres in diameter, while PM2.5s are even finer and more dangerous when inhaled, settling deep in a person’s lungs. Sources of both include dust storms, gases emitted by vehicles, all types of combustion, and industrial activities such as cement manufacturing, construction, mining and smelting. Onitsha scores highly on most of the above – as do other rapidly growing Nigerian cities such as Kaduna, Aba and Umuahia, all of which also featured in the WHO’s 20 worst offenders for PM10s.

In Onitsha’s very busy Okpoko market, my air quality monitor registers 140 for PM10s and 70 for PM2.5s – all way over recommended healthy levels, but still nothing compared to the readings triggered in other parts of this densely populated commercial and industrial hub.

The entire vicinity of the market is perpetually dusty, as wood-sellers saw lumber into different shapes and sizes. The air here is made worse by all the fine sand particles that fly off the back of trucks as they visit one of the many dredging companies on the bank of the River Niger, just behind the wood market.



https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/feb/13/polluted-onitsha-nigeria-perpetual-dust-city-world-worst-air





^^^^^^^^ that's what the UN said about your dirty and stinking village..

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 4:04am On Mar 06, 2018
See that circle, that's not only a brown roof, it's dirty, ghetto collapsed and environmental disaster brown roof with your school children covering their noses because of garbage odor and toxic fume.

This is what daily life is like in your anambra village...

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 4:05am On Mar 06, 2018

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 4:06am On Mar 06, 2018





Good quality roads with sidewalk and laybys

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by Johnnyessence(m): 4:26am On Mar 06, 2018
deomelllo:





Good quality roads with sidewalk and laybys

you Don dey start to upload your pictures again. you are not osun state based. so what's your point here. you love to chest beat here.

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by Johnnyessence(m): 4:27am On Mar 06, 2018
deomelllo:























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Onitsha, World's Dirtiest City































Approaching Okpoko market through thick smog on the back of an okada (motorcycle taxi), the natural reaction is to cover your nose to protect yourself from the dust storm – but the effort is futile.

When a lorry zooms past, kicking up yet another red cloud of dirt, a trader turns the head of a sleeping toddler away from the road, a protective act that is as poignant as it is pointless.

This is a typical day in the southern Nigerian port city of Onitsha – which last year gained notoriety when it was ranked the worst city in the world for the staggering levels of PM10 particulate matter in its air.

Onitsha’s mean annual concentration was recorded at 594 micrograms per cubic metre by the World Health Organization – massively exceeding the WHO’s annual guideline limit for PM10s of 20μg/m3.

PM10 refers to coarse dust particles between 10 and 2.5 micrometres in diameter, while PM2.5s are even finer and more dangerous when inhaled, settling deep in a person’s lungs. Sources of both include dust storms, gases emitted by vehicles, all types of combustion, and industrial activities such as cement manufacturing, construction, mining and smelting. Onitsha scores highly on most of the above – as do other rapidly growing Nigerian cities such as Kaduna, Aba and Umuahia, all of which also featured in the WHO’s 20 worst offenders for PM10s.

In Onitsha’s very busy Okpoko market, my air quality monitor registers 140 for PM10s and 70 for PM2.5s – all way over recommended healthy levels, but still nothing compared to the readings triggered in other parts of this densely populated commercial and industrial hub.

The entire vicinity of the market is perpetually dusty, as wood-sellers saw lumber into different shapes and sizes. The air here is made worse by all the fine sand particles that fly off the back of trucks as they visit one of the many dredging companies on the bank of the River Niger, just behind the wood market.



https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/feb/13/polluted-onitsha-nigeria-perpetual-dust-city-world-worst-air





^^^^^^^^ that's what the UN said about your dirty and stinking village..
where do you get this pictures for God sake. free this guys now.

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 4:35am On Mar 06, 2018
Johnnyessence:
where do you get this pictures for God sake. free this guys now.



They love to trash and put other people down unprovoked and for me, I enjoy throwing their own sad, backward, abomination and pathetic realities back in their faces..

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 4:42am On Mar 06, 2018
Johnnyessence:
you Don dey start to upload your pictures again. you are not osun state based. so what's your point here. you love to chest beat here.


I'm not Osun based and I'm not even fro Osun, but I applaud the massive and quality infrastructural delivery in Osun state and on top of that, I celebrate developments all over the SW and Nigeria in general.


I started many threads celebrating developments from Lagos to Ogun, Oyo, Osun, Imo, Adamawa, Kano, Borno, Kaduna and so on.


The focus more on Osun because there's so much to cover in Osun state and Aregbesola is very prolific and consistent when it comes to projects and I think hands down, he is the most accomplished governor in Nigeria today.

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by Johnnyessence(m): 4:42am On Mar 06, 2018
deomelllo:




They love to trash and put other people down unprovoked and for me, I enjoy throwing their own sad, backward, abomination and pathetic realities back in their faces..
lol.i just dey smile. both you and them are playing games. you love to play it.
Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by Johnnyessence(m): 4:43am On Mar 06, 2018
deomelllo:




They love to trash and put other people down unprovoked and for me, I enjoy throwing their own sad, backward, abomination and pathetic realities back in their faces..
lol.i just dey smile. both you and them are playing games. you love to play it. they love to play it too

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by Johnnyessence(m): 4:45am On Mar 06, 2018
deomelllo:



I'm not Osun based and I'm not even fro Osun, but I applaud the massive and quality infrastructural delivery in Osun state and on top of that, I celebrate developments all over the SW and Nigeria in general.


I started many threads celebrating developments from Lagos to Ogun, Oyo, Osun, Imo, Adamawa, Kano, Borno, Kaduna and so on.


The focus more on Osun because there's so much to cover in Osun state and Aregbesola is very prolific and consistent when it comes to projects and I think hands down, he is the most accomplished governor in Nigeria today.
but he pulled down Fakunle comprehensive high school in school in osogbo, and till today he hasn't erect any structures on it. historical Fakunle comprehensive high school will never be forgotten.

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 5:06am On Mar 06, 2018
Johnnyessence:
but he pulled down Fakunle comprehensive high school in school in osogbo, and till today he hasn't erect any structures on it. historical Fakunle comprehensive high school will never be forgotten.





Old Fakunle Comprehensive High School, Osogbo













New Fakunle Comprehensive High School, Osogbo



I remember back in 2014 when the school was pulled down. His excuse at that time was the motor park nature and the environment around the school which wasn't conducive for learning.

He moved the students to Unity High School near the stadium, but there's a new [b]Fakunle Comprehensive High School, Osogbo which is a million times better than the one he pulled down





As you can see, he replaced the school with a new and better school.

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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 6:40am On Mar 06, 2018
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ignore the double ID stealing village ipob clown above.



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Re: Aregbesola Commissions Workers Drive Road Projects(pictures) by deomelllo: 6:43am On Mar 06, 2018

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