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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by iHart(m): 9:00pm On Jun 27, 2018
EternalTruths:
As long as Ibaka seaport has not being activated, Buhari is deceiving himself
exactly

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by omoadeleye(m): 9:01pm On Jun 27, 2018
Bbs
Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Bizibi(m): 9:01pm On Jun 27, 2018
Hahahahaha.......

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by discusant: 9:02pm On Jun 27, 2018
NafeesaAA:
PMB has promised to uplift the country through economic revival, signs of that are becoming obvious by the day.

Heavy duty equipments are seen moving to Baro Port for the completion of Baro Inland Water Port.

When completed, the port will create over 2M jobs

Thank you Baba.

The president who thinks only northwards.

Warri port, Onne Port, Calabar port are shadows of what they used to be.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by xcolanto(m): 9:03pm On Jun 27, 2018
Buhari busy setting up ports in land locked northern nigerian states while systematically ignoring the southern waterways which has aceess to the Atlantic.

The idea is to make importing much more easier for the northern folks at the detriment all Nigerians.
I can bet that import duties would be far cheaper with loads of government tax allowance in place for his people based of some inefficiencies and what not. Also, importing of illegal and suspicious materials would be brought into the country via these means easily, after all na "dem dem". Yaya bello freshly comes to mind here with Dino exposing military wears and hardware imported by him.

We southerners must be watchful of those desperate to be in power by all means come 2019. The money, power and influence is just to sweet for them to let go so easily.

Haven't you noticed that all the big northern marriages are happening under this regime due to the advantages that come based on their own at the top.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Harrynight(m): 9:04pm On Jun 27, 2018
He still won't have my vote

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by selemempe: 9:04pm On Jun 27, 2018
FriendNG:



If Baro inland water port is completed it will create over two million jobs to the teeming youths. It will help with the decongestion of Lagos ports. Northern Nigeria is land-locked with no single sea port, however if Baro port is actualized transportation hiccups would be drastically reduced.

Revenue will increase and millions dollars in foreign exchange will also be saved. Even the agricultural revolution will get a massive boost.






Lalasticlala Mynd44 blue3k
At the bolded, of wat benefit is the north to Nigeria? Most of our agric exports are from south...fish, cocoa, oil palm, casava. We dont export cattle onions and tomatos...these are wat only the north is exclusive rich at.

The north has however visited every region of nigeria including the north itself with sorrow tears and blood

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by abumeinben(m): 9:04pm On Jun 27, 2018
2m jobs in the north or where? What happened to onitsha and Calabar ports, especially onitsha?

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Blue3k(m): 9:07pm On Jun 27, 2018
FriendNG:



I am not satisfied sir. I need explanation. Boro is in Niger state. Is the water connected to other countries or what. Can goods be imported via the port instead of via Lagos route? Also which 1 is water inland port.

Its a river port. If customs gives approval it will be port of destination and origin. Thats means you can ship this directly to River port for pickup. I assume the federal government will since they already did same for Kaduna dry port.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by victorazyvictor(m): 9:15pm On Jun 27, 2018
NafeesaAA:
PMB has promised to uplift the country through economic revival, signs of that are becoming obvious by the day.

Heavy duty equipments are seen moving to Baro Port for the completion of Baro Inland Water Port.

When completed, the port will create over 2M jobs

Thank you Baba.

Where is Boro Port plz?

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Blue3k(m): 9:15pm On Jun 27, 2018
victorazyvictor:


Where is Boro Port plz?

Niger

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by victorazyvictor(m): 9:16pm On Jun 27, 2018
Blue3k:


Niger

Plz where is Niger located in Nigeria, which region?

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by KitchenGadgets: 9:17pm On Jun 27, 2018
all these illiterate mods, which one be equipments again. na wa o.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Nobody: 9:18pm On Jun 27, 2018
debaj10:
sai baba is working

Some zombies are thinking it is port harcourt port. It is Niger state.

The plan this Fulani terrorist Nigeria president have for Biafran states, is to training his illiterates jihadist to massacring all Biafrans in the zoo.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Blue3k(m): 9:19pm On Jun 27, 2018
victorazyvictor:


Plz where is Niger located in Nigeria, which region?

Youre playing dude. NC I think.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Deemg(m): 9:22pm On Jun 27, 2018
I think PMB has done better than GEJ.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by victorazyvictor(m): 9:23pm On Jun 27, 2018
Blue3k:

Youre playing dude. NC I think.
He is a Northern president is my point.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by flames01: 9:26pm On Jun 27, 2018
NafeesaAA:
PMB has promised to uplift the country through economic revival, signs of that are becoming obvious by the day.

Heavy duty equipments are seen moving to Baro Port for the completion of Baro Inland Water Port.

When completed, the port will create over 2M jobs

Thank you Baba.

Yeah, thank you baba for supporting Fulani herdsmen to spill blood freely and giving them free hand to commit murder at will. Karma will visit your children with death and destruction, buhari.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Kingspin(m): 9:26pm On Jun 27, 2018
Good movement. But why other strategic ports are neglected? if you think there is no evil then you are part of the devil.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Blue3k(m): 9:31pm On Jun 27, 2018
victorazyvictor:


He is a Northern president is my point.

Ok so you have no point. Onitsha port and Baro ports are in similar situations. Both ports were finished in last aministration but were never brought online. Thats why neither ports been concessioned or Gazetted.

Can you explain what stopped the southern president in 2012 and 2014?

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Nobody: 9:32pm On Jun 27, 2018
selemempe:
At the bolded, of wat benefit is the north to Nigeria? Most of our agric exports are from south...fish, cocoa, oil palm, casava. We dont export cattle onions and tomatos...these are wat only the north is exclusive rich at.

The north has however visited every region of nigeria including the north itself with sorrow tears and blood

If you or loved ones are keeping the Hausa the north as a gate keepers, you are on your own. They will played football with you in the morning, massacres you in the night.

Discharge them and replace them with Biafrans youths.

All of our maids and gate keepers are Biafrans. And we are showing them their real identities and the truths they were not taught before because of killing of our history by Britain Fulani Nigeria terrorists.
Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by flames01: 9:38pm On Jun 27, 2018
Deemg:
I think PMB has done better than GEJ.

Can you mention how?

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Danaire(m): 9:40pm On Jun 27, 2018
Sometimes I just can't imagine how some of us reason issues/think. Lying and wasting there, is Port Harcourt sea port, Warri sea port, Sapele river port, Koko sea port, Onitsha river port, Bonny island port, etc. All these which can create jobs for the teaming so called "Lazy Youths" have not recivd any single govt attention yet they are building News ones becos they want to make us see/think dat they are working. Some months back, in Kaduna, an Inland port was commissioned; becos they think they must have a port. Why not revive the afore mentioned ports to prove dat they really working?

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by blackaxe78: 9:40pm On Jun 27, 2018
Turantula:
Fools paradise

When last did you applaud good development.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by blackaxe78: 9:43pm On Jun 27, 2018
Blue3k:


Ok so you have no point. Onitsha port and Baro ports are in similar situations. Both ports were finished in last aministration but were never brought online. Thats why neither ports been concessed or Gazetted.

Can you explain what stopped the southern president in 2012 and 2014?


You nailed someone.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Nobody: 9:45pm On Jun 27, 2018
EternalTruths:
As long as Ibaka seaport has not being activated, Buhari is deceiving himself

That's one of Biafra Ports. It is not Buhari's concerns. Until people of Ibaka realise their true identities as Biafrans.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by maxzzo1(m): 10:02pm On Jun 27, 2018
Waste of fund from which sea will d cargo pass to get to baro? Wen warri and port Harcourt are not working....sori

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Blue3k(m): 10:05pm On Jun 27, 2018
blackaxe78:



You nailed someone.

They have selective memory which causes them to hace odd lapses in logic. Look how they're wailing about Ibom Deep seaport when the administration budgeted for it. If im correct the buhari administration was first to. IDSP also doing final bidding process to for concessionaire. Lol even the FTZ in Abia was was approved during this administration.

Again if Jonathan and Akpabio started pricess back in 2013 the port would probably be hear by now.

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Oponel1962: 10:07pm On Jun 27, 2018
AGENDA AGENDA.
How developed a are the existing ones?
Nigeria we hail the!!!

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by maisauki: 10:08pm On Jun 27, 2018
Turantula:
Fools paradise
is better than intellectuals' hell

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Re: Pictures Of Heavy Equipments Moved To Boro Port. by Str8talk21: 10:15pm On Jun 27, 2018
yes dis cow of a President will expedite actions on anything North but that which concerns d Southeastern and Southsouth regions he will have a thousand and one excuses.

let him keep deceiving himself.

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