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Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by BabaRamota1980: 1:21am On Jul 13, 2018
By Ifeanyi Nwoko

The Senator representing Anambra North in the National Assembly, Senator Stella Oduah, has called on all South Easterners to plough some of their investments back home to develop the region.

With particular reference to indigenes of Anambra State, the former Aviation Minister said any wealthy ‘Anambarian’ who refuse to invest in the region, is not only doing a disservice to the region in general but the state in particular.

Speaking in an interview with newsmen in Abuja on Sunday, Oduah said that according to a World Bank definition which she aligned with, one could only be said to be wealthy if the people around such individual feel and benefit from the wealth.

Championing the campaign tagged “Aku Lue Uno” (which means ‘The wealth should reach home’), the senator said that Anambra State and indeed the South East had very wealthy people who could develop the region if they invested their wealth back home.

She explained that ‘Aku Lue Uno’ is a prosperity sharing gospel that the South East must adopt for their well being as well as the growth and development of the area.

She therefore called on all South Easterners especially, those from Anambra, to bring back some of their wealth to develop the region.

She however stressed that it was not a call for all investment in other regions to be collapsed adding that the Federal Government should also be mindful of its responsibility to the region.

“Aku Lue Uno is a concept that encourages indigenes to think of their homes in their investments.

“It is not just the right thing to do, it is economically viable to invest in our homes, particularly for those from the South East and Anambra in particular.

“We have the enabling community, we have the population and current government initiatives have provided enabling environment. so what we need is to plough back our investment, our commercial ability.

“What we have outside the South East zone should be replicated in the zone, we need to start domesticating our investments so we can help our people.

“We would help in improving the poverty level, we will help in creating jobs, we would help in growing our domestic economy. Most importantly our people will feel that accomplishment we have.

“In doing so, we would be doing what is termed shared prosperity, in doing so we are doing what is termed Aku Lue Uno,” she said.

Itemising the magnitude of wealth controlled by Igbos, particularly those from Anambra, Oduah said that according to statistics, one out of every four industries in Nigeria belonged to an individual from Anambra and one out of every importer or exporter is from Anambra.

“We also know that one out of every five successful businessman or woman is from Anambra.

“Can you imagine the magnitude of that investment if we can just channel just 10 percent of that home?

“We would create massive employment, we would create massive mentorship for the young ones and we would have a society that will be the envy of all.
“So my advocacy is to encourage all Anambarians, all South Easterners to think backwards (home) on their investments.

“I am not saying uproot your industries, I am saying start divesting and think homewards so that our people can feel your impact and so that our people can grow.

“It is only by doing that that you can in all conscience say that you are a wealthy man because it is only by doing that that you can say yes I am an Igbo man and I have made it.

“In my book you haven’t made it if you haven’t invested what you have invested outside in your community. Any wealth that does not reach home is a lost wealth as far as I am concerned and it is a useless one.

“There must be semblance of that in your state, we must help the state to grow, we must help our people to grow, we must share our prosperity, we must be involved in Aku Lue Uno concept,” she said.

She admonished South Easters not to only show their wealth by building mansions or showing off when they organise or are invited to events.

Speaking on profitability Oduah said that investing in the region would also be profitable, adding that there is an enabling environment and access to markets.

She argued that Anmabra State is safer than Lagos State, pointing out that the international airport in Enugu provides access to international markets.

She added that the state is putting enabling environment for its people to come and invest, stressing that there are tax incentives in place to encourage investments.

“Most importantly there is security: we have better security in Anambra than you have in Lagos. In Anambra you do not have violence like you have in Lagos.

“We have lacuna on infrastructure; rail, airports and so on, but then the state is in joint venture to build the cargo airport.

“Above all we have in Enugu, Enugu has an international market so you can export. The Federal Government needs to put inland container terminal in Onitsha so that importers can from Onitsha get their goods without having to go to Lagos or Port Harcourt.

“When that happens we have access to international markets. You would be amazed at the number of vehicles that go to other African markets from Onitsha.

“We are currently re-exporting in an informal market, that should be formalised. Alaba and other markets in Lagos are our people’s market. We should have a huge portion of that domesticated in Onitsha”.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by BabaRamota1980: 1:21am On Jul 13, 2018
Stella Oduah's Assets:

In SW
Sea Petroleum Oil & Gas Limited.

Sea Petroleum and Gas FZE.

Star Tourism and Hotels Limited.

Two Tank Farms.

Property @ Maiyegun Tourism Zone.

A filling station complex.

Property on Babafemi Osapa Cr.

Property on Mobolaji Johnson Est.

Offc/filling station at Jakande, Lekki.

Offc complex 1,2 and 3 km 14, Lekki.

Filing station Complex at km14.

Staff residential Quarters, Ikota.

E25-E36, Gat Obo Drv, Millennium Est

F3-F5, SPG Road, Millennium Estate.

SPG Agungi 2 Lekki Lagos State;


In NC
Office/Filling station complex at Funmilayo Ransome Kuti, Abuja.

Gas plant at Karu, Abuja.

Filing station Complex, Lugbe, Abuja.

Agriculture Farm at Kuje, Abuja.


In SE
Statistically, one out of every four industries belongs to an individual from Anambra and one out of every importer or exporter is from Anambra. We also know that one out of every five successful business man or woman is from Anambra. Can you imagine the magnitude of that investment if we can just channel just 10 per cent of that home? We would create massive employment, we would create massive mentorship for the young ones and we would have a society that will be the envy of all.
Stella Oduah.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by LaudableXX: 1:25am On Jul 13, 2018
....She argued that Anambra State is safer than Lagos State, pointing out that the international airport in Enugu provides access to international markets.

She added that the state is putting enabling environment for its people to come and invest, stressing that there are tax incentives in place to encourage investments.

“Most importantly there is security: we have better security in Anambra than you have in Lagos. In Anambra you do not have violence like you have in Lagos.

“We have lacuna on infrastructure; rail, airports and so on, but then the state is in joint venture to build the cargo airport.

“Above all we have in Enugu, Enugu has an international market so you can export. .....

Please what is this woman talking about? shocked The same international airport, where her contractors did a substandard job under her watch as Aviation Minister?

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by cjrane: 1:32am On Jul 13, 2018
BabaRamota1980:
By Ifeanyi Nwoko

The Senator representing Anambra North in the National Assembly, Senator Stella Oduah, has called on all South Easterners to plough some of their investments back home to develop the region.

With particular reference to indigenes of Anambra State, the former Aviation Minister said any wealthy ‘Anambarian’ who refuse to invest in the region, is not only doing a disservice to the region in general but the state in particular.

Speaking in an interview with newsmen in Abuja on Sunday, Oduah said that according to a World Bank definition which she aligned with, one could only be said to be wealthy if the people around such individual feel and benefit from the wealth.

Championing the campaign tagged “Aku Lue Uno” (which means ‘The wealth should reach home’), the senator said that Anambra State and indeed the South East had very wealthy people who could develop the region if they invested their wealth back home.

She explained that ‘Aku Lue Uno’ is a prosperity sharing gospel that the South East must adopt for their well being as well as the growth and development of the area.

She therefore called on all South Easterners especially, those from Anambra, to bring back some of their wealth to develop the region.

She however stressed that it was not a call for all investment in other regions to be collapsed adding that the Federal Government should also be mindful of its responsibility to the region.

“Aku Lue Uno is a concept that encourages indigenes to think of their homes in their investments.

“It is not just the right thing to do, it is economically viable to invest in our homes, particularly for those from the South East and Anambra in particular.

“We have the enabling community, we have the population and current government initiatives have provided enabling environment. so what we need is to plough back our investment, our commercial ability.

“What we have outside the South East zone should be replicated in the zone, we need to start domesticating our investments so we can help our people.

“We would help in improving the poverty level, we will help in creating jobs, we would help in growing our domestic economy. Most importantly our people will feel that accomplishment we have.

“In doing so, we would be doing what is termed shared prosperity, in doing so we are doing what is termed Aku Lue Uno,” she said.

Itemising the magnitude of wealth controlled by Igbos, particularly those from Anambra, Oduah said that according to statistics, one out of every four industries in Nigeria belonged to an individual from Anambra and one out of every importer or exporter is from Anambra.

“We also know that one out of every five successful businessman or woman is from Anambra.

“Can you imagine the magnitude of that investment if we can just channel just 10 percent of that home?

“We would create massive employment, we would create massive mentorship for the young ones and we would have a society that will be the envy of all.
“So my advocacy is to encourage all Anambarians, all South Easterners to think backwards (home) on their investments.

“I am not saying uproot your industries, I am saying start divesting and think homewards so that our people can feel your impact and so that our people can grow.

“It is only by doing that that you can in all conscience say that you are a wealthy man because it is only by doing that that you can say yes I am an Igbo man and I have made it.

“In my book you haven’t made it if you haven’t invested what you have invested outside in your community. Any wealth that does not reach home is a lost wealth as far as I am concerned and it is a useless one.

“There must be semblance of that in your state, we must help the state to grow, we must help our people to grow, we must share our prosperity, we must be involved in Aku Lue Uno concept,” she said.

She admonished South Easters not to only show their wealth by building mansions or showing off when they organise or are invited to events.

Speaking on profitability Oduah said that investing in the region would also be profitable, adding that there is an enabling environment and access to markets.

She argued that Anmabra State is safer than Lagos State, pointing out that the international airport in Enugu provides access to international markets.

She added that the state is putting enabling environment for its people to come and invest, stressing that there are tax incentives in place to encourage investments.

“Most importantly there is security: we have better security in Anambra than you have in Lagos. In Anambra you do not have violence like you have in Lagos.

“We have lacuna on infrastructure; rail, airports and so on, but then the state is in joint venture to build the cargo airport.

“Above all we have in Enugu, Enugu has an international market so you can export. The Federal Government needs to put inland container terminal in Onitsha so that importers can from Onitsha get their goods without having to go to Lagos or Port Harcourt.

“When that happens we have access to international markets. You would be amazed at the number of vehicles that go to other African markets from Onitsha.

“We are currently re-exporting in an informal market, that should be formalised. Alaba and other markets in Lagos are our people’s market. We should have a huge portion of that domesticated in Onitsha”.


What she is saying 100% TRUE.

Igbos are the ONLY ones running to other regions to develop it, yet their own place lags behind.

Igbos will beg to develop peoples villages,buy land in swamps and spend millions to drain it and make it suitable to build a house, even when the people are very hostile. Yet, the same Igboman developing another man's swampy village has almost nothing in his state or hometown!

Igbos should learn from wealthy people like Dangote who sell them cement, yet it does not stop him from investing in northern Nigeria. If Dangote were an Igboman, he would be living in Onitsha or Aba where his business is really moving.

Igbos should learn to invest at home. The curse of the Igboman is ALWAYS thinking another man's state and village is a better place to invest than his own village.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by BabaRamota1980: 1:52am On Jul 13, 2018
^^^
She should walk her talk and lead the movement.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by DoTheNeedful: 1:57am On Jul 13, 2018
cjrane:



What she is saying 100% TRUE.

Igbos are the ONLY ones running to other regions to develop it, yet their own place lags behind.

Igbos should learn from wealthy people like Dangote who sell them cement, yet it does not stop him from investing in northern Nigeria. If Dangote were an Igboman, he would be living in Onitsha or Aba where his business is really moving.

Igbos should learn to invest at home. The curse of the Igboman is ALWAYS thinking another man's state and village is a better place to invest than his own village.


You are very funny. Develop where? Many of them left the SE with almost nothing, traveled to other parts of the country to do business and make money they never made at home. However, many of you in your typical chest-beating will claim that they went to develop those places.

I left Nigeria for greener pastures, it would be arrogant and stvpid for me to brag much later to say I came to the country I reside to develop it. If Nigeria was better, I shouldn't have left.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by MufasaRebirth: 1:57am On Jul 13, 2018
Lagos the den of thieves sad

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by cjrane: 2:10am On Jul 13, 2018
DoTheNeedful:



You are very funny. Develop where? Many of them left the SE with almost nothing, traveled to other parts of the country to do business and make money they never made at home. However, many of you in your typical chest-beating will claim that they went to develop those places.

I left Nigeria for greener pastures, it would be arrogant for me to brag much later to say I came to the country I reside to develop it. If Nigeria was better, I shouldn't have left.

C'mon shatp!
Did the people in the country where you live target you for brutal discriminatory taxes and demolish or burn your business at the slightest excuse?

You don't know what it means to live in a hostile land. Living abroad and being protected by laws of the place isn't the same as living in tribalistic Nigeria.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by DoTheNeedful: 2:26am On Jul 13, 2018
cjrane:


C'mon shatp!
Did the people in the country where you live target you for brutal discriminatory taxes and demolish or burn your business at the slightest excuse?

You don't know what it means to live in a hostile land. Living abroad and being protected by laws of the place isn't the same as living in tribalistic Nigeria.


Can't you just drop your point without insulting? Besides, you are digressing. I am refuting your "development" claim and you are saying something else. It's obvious that some of you are not intelligent enough to discuss issues especially those of you that are loud on NL.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by Lerio(m): 5:47am On Jul 13, 2018
This woman... which investment does she have in Anambra

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by Dumdumfashion(f): 6:07am On Jul 13, 2018
Very true.
Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by gare(f): 6:08am On Jul 13, 2018
BabaRamota1980:
By Ifeanyi Nwoko

The Senator representing Anambra North in the National Assembly, Senator Stella Oduah, has called on all South Easterners to plough some of their investments back home to develop the region.

With particular reference to indigenes of Anambra State, the former Aviation Minister said any wealthy ‘Anambarian’ who refuse to invest in the region, is not only doing a disservice to the region in general but the state in particular.

Speaking in an interview with newsmen in Abuja on Sunday, Oduah said that according to a World Bank definition which she aligned with, one could only be said to be wealthy if the people around such individual feel and benefit from the wealth.

Championing the campaign tagged “Aku Lue Uno” (which means ‘The wealth should reach home’), the senator said that Anambra State and indeed the South East had very wealthy people who could develop the region if they invested their wealth back home.

She explained that ‘Aku Lue Uno’ is a prosperity sharing gospel that the South East must adopt for their well being as well as the growth and development of the area.

She therefore called on all South Easterners especially, those from Anambra, to bring back some of their wealth to develop the region.

She however stressed that it was not a call for all investment in other regions to be collapsed adding that the Federal Government should also be mindful of its responsibility to the region.

“Aku Lue Uno is a concept that encourages indigenes to think of their homes in their investments.

“It is not just the right thing to do, it is economically viable to invest in our homes, particularly for those from the South East and Anambra in particular.

“We have the enabling community, we have the population and current government initiatives have provided enabling environment. so what we need is to plough back our investment, our commercial ability.

“What we have outside the South East zone should be replicated in the zone, we need to start domesticating our investments so we can help our people.

“We would help in improving the poverty level, we will help in creating jobs, we would help in growing our domestic economy. Most importantly our people will feel that accomplishment we have.

“In doing so, we would be doing what is termed shared prosperity, in doing so we are doing what is termed Aku Lue Uno,” she said.

Itemising the magnitude of wealth controlled by Igbos, particularly those from Anambra, Oduah said that according to statistics, one out of every four industries in Nigeria belonged to an individual from Anambra and one out of every importer or exporter is from Anambra.

“We also know that one out of every five successful businessman or woman is from Anambra.

“Can you imagine the magnitude of that investment if we can just channel just 10 percent of that home?

“We would create massive employment, we would create massive mentorship for the young ones and we would have a society that will be the envy of all.
“So my advocacy is to encourage all Anambarians, all South Easterners to think backwards (home) on their investments.

“I am not saying uproot your industries, I am saying start divesting and think homewards so that our people can feel your impact and so that our people can grow.

“It is only by doing that that you can in all conscience say that you are a wealthy man because it is only by doing that that you can say yes I am an Igbo man and I have made it.

“In my book you haven’t made it if you haven’t invested what you have invested outside in your community. Any wealth that does not reach home is a lost wealth as far as I am concerned and it is a useless one.

“There must be semblance of that in your state, we must help the state to grow, we must help our people to grow, we must share our prosperity, we must be involved in Aku Lue Uno concept,” she said.

She admonished South Easters not to only show their wealth by building mansions or showing off when they organise or are invited to events.

Speaking on profitability Oduah said that investing in the region would also be profitable, adding that there is an enabling environment and access to markets.

She argued that Anmabra State is safer than Lagos State, pointing out that the international airport in Enugu provides access to international markets.

She added that the state is putting enabling environment for its people to come and invest, stressing that there are tax incentives in place to encourage investments.

“Most importantly there is security: we have better security in Anambra than you have in Lagos. In Anambra you do not have violence like you have in Lagos.

“We have lacuna on infrastructure; rail, airports and so on, but then the state is in joint venture to build the cargo airport.

“Above all we have in Enugu, Enugu has an international market so you can export. The Federal Government needs to put inland container terminal in Onitsha so that importers can from Onitsha get their goods without having to go to Lagos or Port Harcourt.

“When that happens we have access to international markets. You would be amazed at the number of vehicles that go to other African markets from Onitsha.

“We are currently re-exporting in an informal market, that should be formalised. Alaba and other markets in Lagos are our people’s market. We should have a huge portion of that domesticated in Onitsha”.

starting with you move all your investment home, I have been to your office in Lekki. Nice idea though, but lead by example

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by blackpanda: 6:12am On Jul 13, 2018
Madam when u were wasting billions to import bullet proof limousines from abroad u didn't spew this trash. U have innoson motors right there in anambra that makes armored cars, yet u chose to go abroad instead. Whom are u now deceiving ma

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by TundeBricklayer: 6:13am On Jul 13, 2018
Lerio:
This woman... which investment does she have in Anambra
She own very large rice farm and poultry farm in Anambra

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by TundeBricklayer: 6:14am On Jul 13, 2018
blackpanda:
Madam when u were wasting billions to import bullet proof limousines from abroad u didn't spew this trash. U have innoson motors right there in anambra that makes armored cars, yet u chose to go abroad instead. Whom are u now deceiving ma
Let us talk more on Kemi's forgery certificate

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by blackpanda: 6:15am On Jul 13, 2018
TundeBricklayer:

Let us talk more on Kemi's forgery certificate

Stick to the topic or stfu!

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by TundeBricklayer: 6:20am On Jul 13, 2018
Two new terminals in Enugu international airport courtesy of Stella Odua

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by TundeBricklayer: 6:24am On Jul 13, 2018
blackpanda:


Stick to the topic or stfu!
She is not minister, let us focus on the latest criminal treading kemigate

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by blackpanda: 6:28am On Jul 13, 2018
TundeBricklayer:

She is not minister, let us focus on the latest criminal treading kemigate

My friend shut up and face your bricklaying work! Nobody forced you to this topic

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by TundeBricklayer: 6:30am On Jul 13, 2018
blackpanda:


My friend shut up and face your bricklaying work! Nobody forced you to this topic
Let us focus on Oluwale customer grin #Kamigate

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by otuekong1(m): 6:55am On Jul 13, 2018
LaudableXX:


Please what is this woman talking about? shocked The same international airport, where her contractors did a substandard job under her watch as Aviation Minister?
oga u lie if not for d remodelling of airport in her time as aviation minister, our airports was in bad terrible form

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by Lloydfather(m): 7:52am On Jul 13, 2018
Sometimes I don't understand how Yoruba people think and reasons, always looking for an excuse to attack someone.
I believe this comments are for people's from SE why are people getting heart attack on another people's issues.

Before the jews started to investments back home in Israel, history shows that they have way back developed most part of European countries.
So what is bad about the igbos trying to do the same since one Nigeria is not working for us.

What she says up there is 100% accepted and OK by me.
And i think we should adopt a workshop for this in every market our people are for better understanding, and to educate us more on the investment opportunities.

Yoruba's can get goose bump on our matters for all I care.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by els0nm0rali(m): 7:59am On Jul 13, 2018
Stealer Oduah. Biafran patron and hero. She managed to give them a convertible international airport that switches to a seaport when rain falls.

Must be the first of its kind in the world.

She must be the first president of Biafra.

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by Neoteny(m): 8:02am On Jul 13, 2018
Lock her up!
Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by els0nm0rali(m): 8:04am On Jul 13, 2018
cjrane:



What she is saying 100% TRUE.

Igbos are the ONLY ones running to other regions to develop it, yet their own place lags behind.

Igbos will beg to develop peoples villages,buy land in swamps and spend millions to drain it and make it suitable to build a house, even when the people are very hostile. Yet, the same Igboman developing another man's swampy village has almost nothing in his state or hometown!

Igbos should learn from wealthy people like Dangote who sell them cement, yet it does not stop him from investing in northern Nigeria. If Dangote were an Igboman, he would be living in Onitsha or Aba where his business is really moving.

Igbos should learn to invest at home. The curse of the Igboman is ALWAYS thinking another man's state and village is a better place to invest than his own village.

So true. They are also developing Johannesburg, Beijing, NewYork, New Delhi, Indonesia and Malaysia.

The developers. cheesy cheesy cheesy

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by Sprumbabafather: 8:08am On Jul 13, 2018
els0nm0rali:


So true. They are also developing Johannesburg, Beijing, NewYork, New Delhi, Indonesia and Malaysia.

The developers. cheesy cheesy cheesy

If yorubas really developed Lagos, they should also develop Ibadan. grin grin grin grin

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by TundeBricklayer: 8:46am On Jul 13, 2018
els0nm0rali:
Stealer Oduah. Biafran patron and hero. She managed to give them a convertible international airport that switches to a seaport when rain falls.

Must be the first of its kind in the world.

She must be the first president of Biafra.
Who will takeover Lagos airport that switches to seaport

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by anibirelawal(m): 12:01pm On Jul 13, 2018
DoTheNeedful:



You are very funny. Develop where? Many of them left the SE with almost nothing, traveled to other parts of the country to do business and make money they never made at home. However, many of you in your typical chest-beating will claim that they went to develop those places.

I left Nigeria for greener pastures, it would be arrogant and stvpid for me to brag much later to say I came to the country I reside to develop it. If Nigeria was better, I shouldn't have left.


A Very Thoughtful points !

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by cjrane: 12:26pm On Jul 13, 2018
BabaRamota1980:
Stella Oduah's Assets:

In SW
Sea Petroleum Oil & Gas Limited.

Sea Petroleum and Gas FZE.

Star Tourism and Hotels Limited.

Two Tank Farms.

Property @ Maiyegun Tourism Zone.

A filling station complex.

Property on Babafemi Osapa Cr.

Property on Mobolaji Johnson Est.

Offc/filling station at Jakande, Lekki.

Offc complex 1,2 and 3 km 14, Lekki.

Filing station Complex at km14.

Staff residential Quarters, Ikota.

E25-E36, Gat Obo Drv, Millennium Est

F3-F5, SPG Road, Millennium Estate.

SPG Agungi 2 Lekki Lagos State;


In NC
Office/Filling station complex at Funmilayo Ransome Kuti, Abuja.

Gas plant at Karu, Abuja.

Filing station Complex, Lugbe, Abuja.

Agriculture Farm at Kuje, Abuja.


In SE
Statistically, one out of every four industries belongs to an individual from Anambra and one out of every importer or exporter is from Anambra. We also know that one out of every five successful business man or woman is from Anambra. Can you imagine the magnitude of that investment if we can just channel just 10 per cent of that home? We would create massive employment, we would create massive mentorship for the young ones and we would have a society that will be the envy of all.
Stella Oduah.



Those false assets you are writing would not change the fact that she has stated.

Only Igbos silly enough will fall for your ploy and continue burying their treasure in strange, hostile places. When northern youths gave Igbos quit notice, they told them to take all moveable assets that they could and then issued an instruction to their people that nobody should buy any house from Igbos. Those thinking they could quickly liquidate their assets were effectively looking at another abandoned property saga had the northerners not changed their mind at the last minute.


Igbos should stop neglecting their zone and acting as unwanted development minded soldier-ants for hostile peoples and their regions.

Your silly epistle up there will ONLY interest Yorubas and people like that.
Remember that despite your campaign of calumny against Stella Odua, she still won the senatorial election? Just like you people love Awolowo despite all his criminal behavior, attacking Stella Oduah changes nothing. Instead it makes her stronger as an amazon.Mandela was also labelled a terrorist by the racist apartheid government, it didn't stop his people from recognizing him as a freedom fighter.

Even Dangote, the richest man in Africa still finds a way to invest in the arid north without any viable economic opportunities. Why should the Igbos neglect their own region

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by LaudableXX: 2:19pm On Jul 13, 2018
otuekong1:
oga u lie if not for d remodelling of airport in her time as aviation minister, our airports was in bad terrible form
Why are you making excuses for the shoddy job done at that airport? Are you saying the remodelling she did in Enugu airport was done properly?

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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by Juliusmalema: 2:36pm On Jul 13, 2018
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Re: Senator Oduah: Igbo Must Invest At Home, Anambra Is Safer Than Lagos. by luvmijeje(f): 2:46pm On Jul 13, 2018
Some people don't know how to pass their messages without insulting others. Oduah could have made her points without pulling Lagos down. She could have tell us what she has done as Senators to draw general investment back to the East. Not just Igbo investments.

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