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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by Noblemarce: 4:53pm On Mar 15
demolinka:
When kebbi and zamfara go get this kain thing na?

Arise notherners!!!! angry
Northerners don't work o. They are interested in already made that they can loot. Thus their quest for power so that they can steal. Those guys are lazy.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by seanfer: 4:55pm On Mar 15
afroniger:
Oil money things. This has to be the tallest building in the SE and SS. But still not as tall as Cocoa House. Udom try.

Cocoa House is 25 floors and this is 21...
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by Nodogragra4me(m): 4:57pm On Mar 15
so you don’t know that the building is a future source of hard currency income for the state government or you imagine it is going to be given out to those ioc for free


They must not whether they can afford it....all the oil companies including those servicing companies must take up office space and hire people to man them or they won’t know peace operation in the state ...they need the state o the other 2ay round



Gerrard59:


This is the most nonsensical project ever conceptualised in Akwa Ibom State (costing on average 9BN). More ridiculous than the uncompleted drainage by Akpabio. Regarding the so-called 21 storey structure, what the heck has a government got to do with constructing buildings? For what purpose exactly? What happens when he leaves office? It will abandoned like the Tropicana "Resort" by Akpabio?

Apart from ExxonMobil and Julius Berger(assuming they're interested), which other companies can afford to rent office spaces there? Honestly, considering his (Udom) background, I'm totally gutted by his activities.

Deenee was right after all.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by ajericho(m): 5:02pm On Mar 15
Riteric:
This is what we call development, let other governors imitate him by doing same or even better in their states.

Other governors build massive roads not massive buildings cheesy

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by Chevronstaff: 5:12pm On Mar 15
TonyeBarcanista:
Dakada Akwa Abasi Ibom
One question : Why is this young governor always with a walking stick?
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by safetyboot: 5:23pm On Mar 15
UDOM, CARRY ON WITH YOUR GOOD WORKS NO TIME FOR APC SCAMMERS.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by DJInfluence: 5:23pm On Mar 15
For this period wey buildings dey collapse.... i no dey oh.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by Abrezzy99: 6:04pm On Mar 15
There is a high-rise building like this under construction in Bayelsa. Watched a documentary on it last year when the senate committee on..... is it oil now, I can't remember went for inspection.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by PapaAdanna: 6:14pm On Mar 15
Akwa ibom must be lucky with this dude being their governor

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by Gerrard59(m): 6:28pm On Mar 15
Nodogragra4me:
so you don’t know that the building is a future source of hard currency income for the state government

What sort of "hard currency" is the government going to get from the building? How much has she gotten from Tropicana? 4-Points?


They must not whether they can afford it

So a company will accept to house her staff in a building even if she cannot afford it? Do you expect businesses to make losses?

....all the oil companies including those servicing companies must take up office space and hire people to man them or they won’t know peace operation in the state ...they need the state o the other 2ay round


BS!

Who are you to dictate to firms to cite offices there? Why should oil firms be compelled to do so? ExxonMobil already has offices in Eket and Uyo, why will she need this office? OK, let's assume Exxon rents some floors, what happens to others? Or do you know any firm that can AFFORD a floor other than oil related firms? My problem is that you believe so much in a Nigerian government controlled entity. Whereas NONE has worked! You mentioned peaceful operations whereas you forget that it is because of the relative peace in the state that made these firms stay put, if not, they would have relocated to Lagos or Abuja. If you think it is a lie, ask Warri what happened when the residents became belligerent.

BTW, you did not say anything about the nonsensical ecumencial centre.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by simeotexy: 6:34pm On Mar 15
wifeesnatcher:
See as Igbo are developing aks. We Igbo are liberal somewhat that we abandoned East to develop aks
u re senseless fellow u knw?
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by nelcliff(m): 6:45pm On Mar 15
JasonScoolari:

Furck around with him, you yourself go shock.

I just remembered Erigga Paperboi with the above lines.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by JasonScoolari: 6:47pm On Mar 15
nelcliff:


I just remembered Erigga Paperboi with the above lines.

You know what's up bro.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by maxiart2(m): 6:58pm On Mar 15
wifeesnatcher:
See as Igbo are developing aks. We Igbo are liberal somewhat that we abandoned East to develop aks


What are you even saying? How are they doing the development? Is Udom an Igbo man?
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by deolu2000(m): 7:44pm On Mar 15
I hope one day Kano, Katsina, Kaduna, Kebbi will enjoy laudable projects of this nature rather than being used perpetually to score elections votes under the Kardashian umbrella.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by surevik(f): 7:56pm On Mar 15
Honestly Akpabio and Udom has really change Akwa Ibom

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by deomelo: 8:35pm On Mar 15
This state enacted a law stimulating that investors must employ locals folks in the state, but they don't have enough skilled locals to fill available positions.

Most of the oil related technical jobs are staffed by folks from the SW and SE

Why not give their unemployed and restless youths credible skills instead of this obvious white elephant and money drain rubbish and ego projects?


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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by deomelo: 8:39pm On Mar 15
TonyeBarcanista:
The IOCs will relocate to Niger Delta



You don outsource your brain to ipobs patapata



grin...

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by saintkeppy(m): 9:19pm On Mar 15
deomelo:
This state enacted a law stimulating that investors must employ locals folks in the state, but they don't have enough skilled locals to fill available positions.

Most of the oil related technical jobs are staffed by folks from the SW and SE

Why not give their unemployed and restless youths credible skills instead of this obvious white elephant and money drain rubbish and ego projects?




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Your first point is pure insult!
You're so lgnorant about AKS indigenes not having manpower to fill technical roles in Oil and Gas field.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by TourismMan(m): 10:30pm On Mar 15
TonyeBarcanista:
The rebuilding of Akwa Ibom continues
I sent you mail bro.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by otokx(m): 10:46pm On Mar 15
TonyeBarcanista:
The IOCs will relocate to Niger Delta

With the level of insecurity, very unlikely, do you know how many people have been kidnapped in the space of 1 week in Rivers State? A man, his wife and new born baby were among the lot.
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by deomelo: 11:04pm On Mar 15
saintkeppy:
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Your first point is pure insult!
You're so lgnorant about AKS indigenes not having manpower to fill technical roles in Oil and Gas field.





Keep quiet with your rubbish, abeg...

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by saintkeppy(m): 11:22pm On Mar 15
deomelo:
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[s]keep quiet with your rubbish, abeg...
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You must be very silly with your rubbish comment, it goes to show how ignorant you are with reality on ground.
Iffu!
Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by deomelo: 11:32pm On Mar 15
saintkeppy:
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You must be very silly with your rubbish comment, it goes to show how ignorant you are with reality on ground.
Iffu!



Stop spewing garbage, the state enacted employment law for a reason. Employers go overt their head to hire workers from outside the state so explain to us why employers shoulder extra cost to relocate new hires from other parts of Nigeria instead of hiring readily available local skills i Akwa Ibom.


Keep quiet if you have nothing better to talk about.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by gameboyo: 11:37pm On Mar 15
OgaBuhari:
oh shut up OSU.
Face ur erosion bedevilled region and stop spewing hate speeches.
Akwa ibom is developing while Lagos is already developed.
So shut up woman and go to the kitchen.

See the developed Lagos here

Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by saintkeppy(m): 12:35am On Mar 16
deomelo:
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[s]Stop spewing garbage, the state enacted employment law for a reason. Employers go overt their head to hire workers from outside the state so explain to us why employers shoulder extra cost to relocate new hires from other parts of Nigeria instead of hiring readily available local skills i Akwa Ibom.


Keep quiet if you have nothing better to talk about.



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What stops employers from training those who are qualified from AKS than hiring from outside?

Any state that mearnt well for her citizens must enact such laws in order to check employers excesses, you can't tell me
that AKS don't have graduate from engineering or other technical areas which if sent to acquire additional skills won't be able to carry out a particular task in the company. Even Rivers state, an oil&Gas state has such laws long ago before AKS, IOCs, Services Coys do train & reserve some quota for Rivers indigenes.

So shut ur stinking mouth &wipe out that rubbish ignorantic post you put up there & stay off my mentions cos this is the last time I'll be responding to this ur thrash, I mean it.
You're real iffu!

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by deomelo: 12:54am On Mar 16
saintkeppy:
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What stops employers from training those who are qualified from AKS than hiring from outside?

Any state that mearnt well for her citizens must enact such laws in order to check employers excesses, you can't tell me
that AKS don't have graduate from engineering or other technical areas which if sent to acquire additional skills won't be able to carry out a particular task in the company. Even Rivers state, an oil&Gas state has such laws long ago before AKS, IOCs, Services Coys do train & reserve some quota for Rivers indigenes.

So shut ur stinking mouth &wipe out that rubbish ignorantic post you put up there & stay off my mentions cos this is the last time I'll be responding to this ur thrash, I mean it.
You're real iffu!



Rufus, why are they passing employment laws to force investors to hire locals?

Why are investors hiring from outside the state instead of within the state?


Btw, it's not the job of investors to educate your population, get your priorities straight instead of wasting money on white elephant rubbish

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by kayfra: 2:18am On Mar 16
State government building an office complex?

Lmao

Waste of resource. They should have used the money to make sure businesses are attracted to Akwa Ibom. Make Akwa Ibom more business friendly and let the private sector build the place up.

This is wasteful.

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by justtoodark: 3:08am On Mar 16
and if those oyel moroons dont want to move in....??

what then....??....you want to force them to move in....??

building something in the middle of no where,bullshitt....

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by justtoodark: 3:09am On Mar 16
kayfra:
State government building an office complex?

Lmao

Waste of resource. They should have used the money to make sure businesses are attracted to Akwa Ibom. Make Akwa Ibom more business friendly and let the private sector build the place up.

This is wasteful.

exactly...

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Re: See The Massive Structure Governor Udom Emmanuel Inspected Today by wifeesnatcher(m): 5:21am On Mar 16
simeotexy:
u re senseless fellow u knw?


I'm not your family member, maybe you mistaken for someone in your lineage

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