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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by 9jaArea: 6:30am On Nov 08
Ok
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by olagbola55(m): 6:31am On Nov 08
Truthisit:


Take it easy. Stop the hate! I am Yoruba from Ogun State, Ijebu remo precisely. I am not satisfied with Buhari at all. I supported him in 2015, but he has failed my expectation in security, foreign investment, corruption, curbing of slavery's in private sectors/multinationals and other areas. Suffice of me to say, this project was conceived under Obj, and the loan deal for it's financing was worked out under Yar'adua. Do ur check before misinforming yourself and others gullible like you.


Calm down Baba ijebu if those what you said are real den wot stop Dem from doing it since yes obj started it like intra-city rail in Abuja but we both know what actually happen to d project b4 dis govt....

M not saying you should support d man but wot I know is dat if misrule of pdp has contributed heavily on dose project no need for Baba again to go bck on it


And talking about d financing that you said yaradua did wot stop GEJ to continue it at least he use 5years in office

My ijebu brother Baba source for the counterparts funding in 20!6 during d tour to china#kiss d truth my Yoruba bro#afenifere are afenifebi don't believe dem#God bless us all

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by banhammy: 6:34am On Nov 08
APC, All Projects Completed.
PDP, Projects Dumping Party.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by juniorstar: 6:35am On Nov 08
God bless Nigeria...

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by simplycarro: 6:39am On Nov 08
God bless

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by juniorstar: 6:41am On Nov 08
Its high time all other means of transportation re opened up...lets decongest the roads
Our tourism would boom and we would have more in our foreign reserves

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by jamiusegun(m): 6:44am On Nov 08
PMB Till 2030

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by contigiency(m): 6:46am On Nov 08
LuciferKristi:
85% of the goods moved through this route will be human parts.

Starting with your own.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by naijacentric(m): 6:46am On Nov 08
LuciferKristi:
85% of the goods moved through this route will be human parts.
mumu

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by Pekele007: 6:50am On Nov 08
abes:

Do you think that Legacy TV will achieve what AIT couldn't achieve in 2015? Do you think that Legacy TV will operate outside NBC guidelines?
Ogbeni you know nothing about Terrestrial TV channels.

NBC can't do Jack.
PDP have been using same AIT and NTA for 16 years so
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by contigiency(m): 6:56am On Nov 08
EgunMogaji:


It's becoming an epidemic angry

Don't just waste your data on people like this because What they like to dance on is bad news about the government. Just anything that can guarantee them and their PDP access to power again so that they can start looting and stealing again.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by Earlystar698: 7:04am On Nov 08
Up Lagos state

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by blackmercyvelli(m): 7:07am On Nov 08
Good job pmb

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by Galadimabawa: 7:08am On Nov 08
kahal29:



Am bereft of speech. I PMB and his handlers should focus on showcasing their achievements rather than dwelling on the opposition. From what I can see their projects are under reported.
you are right, i was also surprise when i visited ore ajakuta rail line (station 6, 7, and cool, i couldn't believe that this is the type of work that is going on in nigeria.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by Kingdelex(m): 7:08am On Nov 08
at least one thing goes to south west ..... but buhari is going back to his village.... I don't support tribalism and nepotism
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by bouncebackk: 7:12am On Nov 08
kettykin:
Let no short sighted people be rejoicing over a rail line.

This rail project will end up like Ajaokuta steel complex

Shameless Osu loser. Spits on your flat head.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by bouncebackk: 7:14am On Nov 08
46O1CE:

What did GEJ start
Shey Oloriburuku ni e ni?

Na real Oloribu. Lol cheesy cheesy

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by Qssegun: 7:14am On Nov 08
LuciferKristi:
85% of the goods moved through this route will be human parts.
God, why did you allow devil to poo on this guy brain?

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by bouncebackk: 7:15am On Nov 08
BestDude:
All these project were already in place when before GEJ left. PMB is not a people person and he has no conscience when it comes handling critical national relationship...

He is living that seat, whether he likes it or not!

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by akinszz: 7:17am On Nov 08
LuciferKristi:
85% of the goods moved through this route will be human parts.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by expert234: 7:30am On Nov 08
supereagle:

Atiku's business ideology: Sell Government assets to yourself to impoverish millions of Nigerians
Nigerians,Shine your brains.

You mean like Tinubu?
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by expert234: 7:32am On Nov 08
kahal29:



Am bereft of speech. I PMB and his handlers should focus on showcasing their achievements rather than dwelling on the opposition. From what I can see their projects are under reported.

You'll be surprised that there is no other achievement apart from this. Ask yourself how many electoral promises has been fulfilled by buhari
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by chuckjonesbaba: 7:33am On Nov 08
AutoReportNG:
The Lagos Ibadan Railway project has been on-going for close to a year now and all we can say is that the fast pace of the work is encouraging and we can confirm from various sources that working is on-going on daily basis.

These are some mind blogging facts about the Lagos-Ibadan Railway Construction Site.

Facts:

* There are 201 culverts being constructed.

* Total track length is 378.92 km.

* 10,000 Nigerian staffs and 700 Chinese staff are employed during the peak of the construction.











Construction Site Office





Nigerians Working At the Site










Source:
https://www.autoreportng.com/2018/11/an-overview-of-lagos-ibadan-railway.html


If these railroad tracks start working. It will help immensely in hauling. All this stupid way bill charges at the motor park will stop.

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Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by chuckjonesbaba: 7:34am On Nov 08
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Lol
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by Conceptman: 7:34am On Nov 08
10k Nigerian workers for where? how much do they pay this men? who is funding the rail project? learnt it's the chinese that are funding it
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by PrecisionFx(m): 7:36am On Nov 08
AutoReportNG:
The Lagos Ibadan Railway project has been on-going for close to a year now and all we can say is that the fast pace of the work is encouraging and we can confirm from various sources that working is on-going on daily basis.

These are some mind blogging facts about the Lagos-Ibadan Railway Construction Site.

Facts:

* There are 201 culverts being constructed.

* Total track length is 378.92 km.

* 10,000 Nigerian staffs and 700 Chinese staff are employed during the peak of the construction.











Construction Site Office





Nigerians Working At the Site










Source:
https://www.autoreportng.com/2018/11/an-overview-of-lagos-ibadan-railway.html


Buhari is heading back straight into daura grin.
Re: An Overview Of Lagos-Ibadan Railway Site - Photos & Videos by helinues: 7:43am On Nov 08
Pekele007:


So you think PDP that have been in power since 1999 don't know all these and they won't be preparing for their own propaganda too


Have you heard of Legacy TV? E go shock your naive skull soon. grin


Hope Buhari is packaging his achievements in Education, Sports, Economy and Security of lifes too? And don't forget the killing of Igbos too.

And which project are they going to showcase on the tv? Is it PDP headquarter that has been left abandon for almost 20 years. Or all their abandon project. We talk with fact here. Show me just one big project initiated and completed by PDP. 1 only

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