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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 2:00pm On Jan 13
adubam:
Emekus I hope you are doing well.

We are yet to see your opening update for the year 2021.

Thank you Boss.

This guy i know say na your time no go won come back again because of " bumbum" grin

OK my guy, u dey always catch me any time am cooking something. grin

Expect it soon!
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by adubam: 2:08pm On Jan 13
EMEKUSBOY9:


This guy i know say na your time no go won come back again because of " bumbum" grin

OK my guy, u dey always catch me any time am cooking something. grin

Expect it soon!

Emekus, Emekus. I no dey do 'bumbum' things oooo.

I just love you so much, because I had one room mate then in school whose name was Emeka. He was a very nice friend and each time I come here for update and see the name I am always happy.

Next time you wan CC put my name for number 1 grin.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 3:40pm On Jan 13
HelipsTech:


Happy new year my guy


[Please how is the production sector like? I would like to establish my production business there, what are the chances of securing a good job there on chemical engineering field? Thanks]

The country is very good for business... But since u want to establish a production business, your best is to visit the country first to find out what u need and how u want it to be. No doubt good country to "cash out " in business grin
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 3:41pm On Jan 13
Michaelodenigbo:
This thread right here is now making me to think about relocating to Ivory Coast.
Thanks boss man, looking forward to more updates. More ink to your pen


Thanks man, more decision to make with Ivorian damsel.... grin
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 3:42pm On Jan 13
adubam:


Emekus, Emekus. I no dey do 'bumbum' things oooo.

I just love you so much, because I had one room mate then in school whose name was Emeka. He was a very nice friend and each time I come here for update and see the name I am always happy.

Next time you wan CC put my name for number 1 grin.


CC - means "cote divore cuntus"..... grin

U see how u dey expose your self grin

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 4:08pm On Jan 13
HelipsTech:
Please I want to relocate how is their Chemical or Polymeric Industries ?

How easy is it to get a job or the aformentioned sector?

How easy it is to start up a business in the aforementioned sector?

Thanks OP

Even though everyone with his or her luck.... I will advice people to carry business as their first objective, because getting a job is not easy. To start up business is not any difficult over there .

The sector u want to going really need more research, and your best best to visit there to know how is done. Even though i know u will surely succeed there. Any legal business succeed there
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 4:14pm On Jan 13
Petyprincess:

I even forgot i made this post grin
Glad to finally visit Kenya nd Mauritius!!
Glad my dream came through!!

So, you no won tell me thank you abi. Na my thread be the prayer for u ooo grin
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Petyprincess(f): 4:56pm On Jan 13
EMEKUSBOY9:


So, you no won tell me thank you abi. Na my thread be the prayer for u ooo grin
Lol, it was even suppose to be last year trip so i really worked towards achieving it not just saying.

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by adubam: 5:05pm On Jan 13
EMEKUSBOY9:



CC - means Ivorian cuntus.... grin

U see how u dey expose your self grin

I go recommend you for Ivory Coast Embassy for Abuja here.
You cannot be advertising for them for free shocked
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 6:11pm On Jan 13
adubam:


I go recommend you for Ivory Coast Embassy for Abuja here.
You cannot be advertising for them for free shocked

All of them na hustle but remember say i be footballer oooo grin

You get mouth brother.

When u won enter ivory coast na?

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 6:15pm On Jan 13
Petyprincess:

Lol, it was even suppose to be last year trip so i really worked towards achieving it not just saying.

Look it has been destined by God that you must post it for people to know on my particular thread as a reminder for what u want to achieve cheesy

Nothing happen by chance joor...
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Petyprincess(f): 8:18pm On Jan 13
EMEKUSBOY9:


Look it has been destined by God that you must post it for people to know on my particular thread as a reminder for what u want to achieve cheesy

Nothing happen by chance joor...
Oshey pastor emekus, your thread also inspired me honestly, i plan to visit more countries this year if corona wnt affect my plans like it did last year sha.

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 7:32am On Jan 14
Petyprincess:

Oshey pastor emekus, your thread also inspired me honestly, i plan to visit more countries this year if corona wnt affect my plans like it did last year sha.

If u are coming to ivory coast i will personally host you... Once am there
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Petyprincess(f): 12:30pm On Jan 14
EMEKUSBOY9:


If u are coming to ivory coast i will personally host you... Once am there
Sure no problem smiley smiley

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by adubam: 12:50pm On Jan 14
Petyprincess:

Oshey pastor emekus, your thread also inspired me honestly, i plan to visit more countries this year if corona wnt affect my plans like it did last year sha.

Did I hear call the " Bumbum" Master grin Pastor?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by adubam: 12:51pm On Jan 14
EMEKUSBOY9:


All of them na hustle but remember say i be footballer oooo grin

You get mouth brother.

When u won enter ivory coast na?

When I buy new Tyres for my Golf 3 I go invite you make we go together. I just dey like this Emekus too much. Nothing do u guy.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 2:16pm On Jan 14
adubam:


When I buy new Tyres for my Golf 3 I go invite you make we go together. I just dey like this Emekus too much. Nothing do u guy.

If we go together just know say na Ivorian babes go feed you till u leave Abidjan grin

because when dey see you and me together them go know say u be sharp shooter plus sniper join.... grin

But this my Ivorian girl go continue marking me once i enter... i go just let you flex before u get your own woman wey go " padlock" you too cheesy

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 2:23pm On Jan 14
Who is relocating 2 Ivory coast lets go together?

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by HelipsTech: 3:14pm On Jan 14
[quote author=EMEKUSBOY9 post=98021085]

Even though everyone with his or her luck.... I will advice people to carry business as their first objective, because getting a job is not easy. To start up business is not any difficult over there .

The sector u want to going really need more research, and your best best to visit there to know how is done. Even though i know u will surely succeed there. Any legal business succeed there

Thank you Sir
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by HelipsTech: 3:16pm On Jan 14
The country is very good for business... But since u want to establish a production business, your best is to visit the country first to find out what u need and how u want it to be. No doubt good country to "cash out " in business

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Thanks Sir
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 3:56pm On Jan 14
HelipsTech:
The country is very good for business... But since u want to establish a production business, your best is to visit the country first to find out what u need and how u want it to be. No doubt good country to "cash out " in business

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Thanks Sir

You are welcome
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by okeyglm: 4:25pm On Jan 14
Holywizard:
Who is relocating 2 Ivory coast lets go together?
their border is locked .
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Asiri1991: 5:34pm On Jan 14
okeyglm:

their border is locked .

Whale and friends enter CIV 2 days ago you dey here dey talk about border closure.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Asiri1991: 5:35pm On Jan 14
I dey enter road tomorrow sef
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by okeyglm: 5:37pm On Jan 14
Asiri1991:


Whale and friends enter CIV 2 days ago you dey here dey talk about border closure.
na water dey follow ask them.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Hugoboi(m): 3:52pm On Jan 16
Jaybnjamin:
Plz like how much will the flight ticket cost?
I'm planning hard to relocate pretty soon.

I paid 380k for a return ticket on Air Cote d'Ivoire Abuja to Abidjan on 31st Dec 2020. Spent one week in Abidjan and returned on 6th of January
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Hugoboi(m): 4:06pm On Jan 16
vinco82:
It's it possible for someone to deposit money in Nigeria bank account and withdraw it in Ivory coast?

DONT TRY IT UNLESS YOU ARE USING A DOLLAR MASTERCARD.

Gtbank nearly ruined my holiday in Abidjan. I couldnt withdraw a dime from my Gtbank current account even though it was a Gtbank machine. As long as it's a naira account, your card wont work.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Hugoboi(m): 4:09pm On Jan 16
kizonero:


So the requirement to enter Ivory Coast is just international passport and yellow fever card?

What is the accommodation like for a week holiday? What is the cost of cheapest hotel there

I stayed at Kabud Residence in Cocody and MDI Residence. Both cost 25k CFA and 50K CFA per night respectively.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Hugoboi(m): 4:11pm On Jan 16
ridboy94:

Yes especially the banks branches here like UBA using your debit card but I assure you the rate is really high. Even higher than the money changer’s rate. Talking from experience

FALSE!
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by okeyglm: 4:29pm On Jan 16
Hugoboi:


DONT TRY IT UNLESS YOU ARE USING A DOLLAR MASTERCARD.

Gtbank nearly ruined my holiday in Abidjan. I couldnt withdraw a dime from my Gtbank current account even though it was a Gtbank machine. As long as it's a naira account, your card wont work.
you didn't try ecobank
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Jaybnjamin(m): 6:48pm On Jan 16
Hugoboi:


I paid 380k for a return ticket on Air Cote d'Ivoire Abuja to Abidjan on 31st Dec 2020. Spent one week in Abidjan and returned on 6th of January


Nawaoo

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