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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by odinga1of: 10:20pm On Jan 26
EMEKUSBOY9:
Good day, to you all.

I feel so humbled to know that people are looking forward to move to "ivory coast "

But please i am not comparing there with america or europe. Am not dragging if it has money like Nigeria or more than. What i know is that system works over there.... at least on my own visit few years ago. grin

Now, let me write about a particular girl called "GENEVIEVE"

Firstly, as a sign of respect to the second girl i dated which is my girl and the one i stayed with in ivory coast before coming back to Nigeria ( am sorry to write about Genevieve, i know u will surely see this) lipsrsealed grin.

So lets go.......

It all started from mum praying early for me early in the morning while i was about to embark on the journey of my life.... She never knew what i was about to face grin because i told her nice things atleast for her mind to be at rest cry

Starting my journey from my place in lagos down to where am going to cross into " Republican of Benin " i was filled with thoughts concerning me and my friends about us moving to " ivory coast " ( this was 3days back before my journey)

I remember the fear and doubt in my friends eyes when i trew it open to them for us to move there.... Even one of them asking me ( Emeka wating we go chop for there) grin at that moment i knew i was just wasting my time and their mentality is still very young grin ( i hope i got this narrative properly)

I was bold inside the Siena car, as it moves down to border.... I remember how i had no choice to move, because my life was not moving forward, i was just stagnant like stagnant water in the Canaan cheesy

Suddenly, i got a call from my friends while i was inside the Siena car, and i told them i had already left heading to " ivory coast " ( they became so cold and little bit angry with me) only God knows WHY

Thankfully, i got to where i board a bus going to "ivory coast " ( The land of bum-bum) grin

We proceeded to where the bus need to stop for other passengers waiting to enter.....

I came down from the bus, and suddenly i saw this pretty damsel with nice eyes and sweet curves ( the biggest bum-bum i had seen at that time) grin

That is when i knew what to expect when i get to "ivory coast " i put on my Nigeria skills then get close to her, then we start talking... But, i got the shock of my life when she replied with French grin. Oboy we die here, i no go gree. I just think fast on what to do and i remember Google translator, then everything was history.

I would not say is God that led me to talk to her, and i will still say is God that led me to talk her, because that girl was a savior for me while moving down to " ivory coast "

Listen guys, the reason why i said it may be God that led me to talk her is that, i did carry any document with me while traveling. i thought our voters card is enough ( that card was not even looked, at every border i went too) grin And i was rescue by GENEVIEVE. ( Thank you lord)

We went to where documents are to be presented and money to be paid according to the laws of traveling through land borders... The hardest documents they dnt joke with is " YELLO VANCINE CARD" before u know it i was looking around like a novice.. But this girl pretty damsel called GENEVIVE came to my rescue, and start telling them this in French language "MON MARI and MON CHERIE" meaning MY HUSBAND & MY LOVE cheesy.

This made every french police and immigration so happy... not just because am from Nigeria but just because how she was ready to defend me ( French women, mostly "ivorian women" have too much right over their police) am not writting about hearsay, this is what i found out live over there.

The only place i got little resistance is even in Ivorian border, because is the hardest border in west Africa ( google will not say this abeg, just go and see)..... But because she is an Ivorian citizen, i just paid for "YELLOW CARD " and i was given a shot in my hand i think. she was even arguing with them why would they take anything grin

I entered this country and i was filled with joy like "suger factory " in my stomach. Then at every "bus stop" she asked if i had where to stay or sleep, and the lieing spirit of some Nigeria men came to me grin when i told her " ASEC MIMOSA".

She even ask me where did i played last in Nigeria. I told her ENYINBA FC cheesy

no be my fault ooo, i no won fall my hand say i was frustrated when i left Nigeria " THE GIANT OF AFRICA " grin. The good thing is that i leant not to lie to any woman..... just be yourself ! . Who woman go like she go like.

Not only that, she make sure, she came down at same "bus stop " as me ( she no know say me no even get direction self grin) we got down together from the bus and she stood for hours to see who is coming to pick me cheesy dnt blame her i told her someone is coming to pick me.

I was praying for her to leave, and let me find my way grin

But believe me guys.... I learnt my lesson and from that day i promise my self to always be myself and be truthful.

I remember when the first night she brought me to her family house ( imagine the freedom this ladies has) that night was when Leicester qualified for first Europe qualification, and that match was my first match in "ivory coast " grin

Also remember the dinner at her place and how she almost finish me with food that same light.

I also remember she told me all are secret, even the one he had with a man who is building her a house, but she want to stay by me. ( thank u Genevieve for ur honesty)

My only offence why we went our separate ways was because i could not allow her to follow me when are dad asked me to leave....

"That alone can make any Ivorian woman not to trust you". ( Before you blame me, remember i have no home, and i will never carry another man daughter to suffer in a her own country, when i know she did not brought suffering on her self).


Stay bless guys... i will continue with other update as time goes on cool


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Boss Emekus your story dey always sweet me like sugar factory
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 11:18pm On Jan 26
odinga1of:


Boss Emekus your story dey always sweet me like sugar factory


You get mouth my guy

God bless you

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Gabflex: 11:15pm On Jan 27
odinga1of:

Boss Emekus your story dey always sweet me like sugar factory
see inspiration. nice one
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Brayss(m): 12:12am On Jan 29
I just finished reading from page 1 to this last page as at now,nice thread,BROTHER EMEKA more ink to your biro.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 3:41am On Jan 29
Brayss:
I just finished reading from page 1 to this last page as at now,nice thread,BROTHER EMEKA more ink to your biro.


God bless you my guy


Thanks....
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Asiri1991: 10:35pm On Jan 29
Chai! See Nash for Riviera, Cocody. We die here finish. Better to die on top of this Ivorian woman matter than to witness another lockdown supervised by Gov. Wike.



Bia Emeka, where's my Atieke and Poisson?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 12:42am On Jan 30
Asiri1991:
Chai! See Nash for Riviera, Cocody. We die here finish. Better to die on top of this Ivorian woman matter than to witness another lockdown supervised by Gov. Wike.



Bia Emeka, where's my Atieke and Poisson?

The one wey u chop from woman waist for ivory coast never do you grin
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Asiri1991: 10:15pm On Feb 05
EMEKUSBOY9:


The one wey u chop from woman waist for ivory coast never do you grin






Mekus, I be Church boy oo! The holy bible says we should flee from all the vices of sin. Na the verse I dey read everyday.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 2:44am On Feb 06
[quote author=Asiri1991 post=98783332]






Mekus, I be Church boy oo! The holy bible says we should flee from all the vices of sin. Na the verse I dey read everyday.[/quote


grin i don hear you
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by princechiemekam(m): 10:38am On Feb 06
[quote author=EMEKUSBOY9 post=98787113][/quote

Please people way don enter should update us na.....abeg oo

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 1:39am On Feb 07
I entered on Friday
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by techjeff: 1:44am On Feb 07
@ EMEKUSBOY9 thanks for sharing your wonderful experience for other to learn. God bless bro

I am one of people when no believe in travelling to Africa to hustle feel say nothing dey but your post change my mind. I can’t wait make border open to visit Ivory Coast for few months before other countries l apply for school in Asia open travel back. I have lived in Philippine for 2yrs back October last year locked down hold me here travelling back. I am thinking of going to Ivory Coast.

Abeg let us know if border open and others when just go please share your experience oo
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by techjeff: 1:47am On Feb 07
@ Stevelaw when enter on Friday how far update us your journey border open?how much you spend from Lagos to Ivory Coast?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 1:50am On Feb 07
I want to say thanks to Bishop Emeka,Mr Chinedu.Thanks a lot for your encouragement.
Omo....see fine girls....God really blessed them with front and back.
The journey was cool....but Ghana immigrations are idiots.They are very corrupt.
CIV immigration has no problem.Just hold your money...
Who did we offend for that zoo,all the way after Nigeria border,I enjoyed road till CIV,At CIV now come and streets lights...light 24/7 for the first time in my 36 years of my existence,
WhatsApp me on 08131126949

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 1:55am On Feb 07
The CIV border is much closed but the CIV immigration have no problem.
But Ghana immigration and police are the problems.
I spent #146k,transportation and useless Ghana immigration
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by techjeff: 2:51am On Feb 07
@ Stevelaw Nice hearing from you . Thanks God you made the journey so far l hope you done dey enjoy the country and their babe smiley smiley

How you change money? Naria to CFA at Ghana border?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Nicoswit(m): 7:04am On Feb 07
techjeff:
@ EMEKUSBOY9 thanks for sharing your wonderful experience for other to learn. God bless bro

I am one of people when no believe in travelling to Africa to hustle feel say nothing dey but your post change my mind. I can’t wait make border open to visit Ivory Coast for few months before other countries l apply for school in Asia open travel back. I have lived in Philippine for 2yrs back October last year locked down hold me here travelling back. I am thinking of going to Ivory Coast.

Abeg let us know if border open and others when just go please share your experience oo
Bro...how phillipine be for a black person
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Nicoswit(m): 7:24am On Feb 07
stevelaw:
The CIV border is much closed but the CIV immigration have no problem.
But Ghana immigration and police are the problems.
I spent #146k,transportation and useless Ghana immigration
Travellers always complain about those ghana immigration...what is the main problem they had with you?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Jaybnjamin(m): 7:49am On Feb 07
@stevelaw. People will now choose to private message you. How do others now benefit from your experience. Pls try and keep us posted here abeg. He get your infos from here try and give yours back here as well. I'm begging
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 8:20am On Feb 07
Jaybnjamin:
@stevelaw. People will now choose to private message you. How do others now benefit from your experience. Pls try and keep us posted here abeg. He get your infos from here try and give yours back here as well. I'm begging

Okay sir,no vex bro.God bless you
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 9:12am On Feb 07
techjeff:
@ Stevelaw Nice hearing from you . Thanks God you made the journey so far l hope you done dey enjoy the country and their babe smiley smiley

How you change money? Naria to CFA at Ghana border?
Babes ke.....no oo oo
I changed all my money at owode,Nigeria-Benine border.I love the country o.There is constant light and water.Good roads.....human lives are valued.
Neat Police officers.Great food.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 9:15am On Feb 07
Nicoswit:

Travellers always complain about those ghana immigration...what is the main problem they had with you?
Once they know you are a Nigerian,they want to collect money from you sha

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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Nicoswit(m): 12:06pm On Feb 07
stevelaw:

Once they know you are a Nigerian,they want to collect money from you sha
That's serious oo
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by techjeff: 12:58pm On Feb 07
@ Nicoswit Philippine sweet oo but no job just one common job call centre and the salary is low as l make small money come back Nigeria come arrange school for better country when man go fit see job.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Asiri1991: 1:41pm On Feb 07
@Stevelaw welcome to Abidjan. Check the notes you have very well. There are a lot of fake 10k and 5k denominations in circulation here. You risk a jail term if you are caught transacting with any. Do inbox me to connect you to someone at the embassy for your ID and resident permit. Don't bother going to the embassy. This will delay it.
No extortion intended, please. My bank did the latter for me though. I know you might feel bad we no longer chat. Deep inside you, you know the reason. Again, nnoo, nwanne.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EaRtHgUy(m): 2:37pm On Feb 07
EMEKUSBOY9:


OK send me mails to this email for me to understand properly. emekaalezie7@gmail.com
bro, I sent you a mail yesterday but u ve not responded yet. I will be in Abidjan by next week and I need assistance in getting a cheap accommodation. Please you or any other person here who knows Abidjan well should point me to the right direction. Thanks.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Nicoswit(m): 5:14pm On Feb 07
techjeff:
@ Nicoswit Philippine sweet oo but no job just one common job call centre and the salary is low as l make small money come back Nigeria come arrange school for better country when man go fit see job.
That's cool...plz is there business opportunities there?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 5:16pm On Feb 07
EaRtHgUy:
bro, I sent you a mail yesterday but u ve not responded yet. I will be in Abidjan by next week and I need assistance in getting a cheap accommodation. Please you or any other person here who knows Abidjan well should point me to the right direction. Thanks.

Sorry i just saw it... I just replied you mail now. Thanks
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 5:21pm On Feb 07
techjeff:
@ EMEKUSBOY9 thanks for sharing your wonderful experience for other to learn. God bless bro

I am one of people when no believe in travelling to Africa to hustle feel say nothing dey but your post change my mind. I can’t wait make border open to visit Ivory Coast for few months before other countries l apply for school in Asia open travel back. I have lived in Philippine for 2yrs back October last year locked down hold me here travelling back. I am thinking of going to Ivory Coast.

Abeg let us know if border open and others when just go please share your experience oo

OK my guy, i will inform you once the border is opened. Is good to know thaty thread motivated you
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by stevelaw: 6:02pm On Feb 07
Asiri1991:
@Stevelaw welcome to Abidjan. Check the notes you have very well. There are a lot of fake 10k and 5k denominations in circulation here. You risk a jail term if you are caught transacting with any. Do inbox me to connect you to someone at the embassy for your ID and resident permit. Don't bother going to the embassy. This will delay it.
No extortion intended, please. My bank did the latter for me though. I know you might feel bad we no longer chat. Deep inside you, you know the reason. Again, nnoo, nwanne.
Noted sir!Thanks
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by okeyglm: 10:23pm On Feb 07
stevelaw:
The CIV border is much closed but the CIV immigration have no problem.
But Ghana immigration and police are the problems.
I spent #146k,transportation and useless Ghana immigration
how did you spent such amount. my guy spent 80kcfa to travel to civ
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by BECALMBECALM(m): 10:29pm On Feb 07
God bless my brother for opening this thread. As you guys are migrating to Ivory coast, i advice you engage in legitimate business or job. Let no one go there and start spoiling our name with what most Nigerians are known for. By spoiling our name the Ivorian government with start making things difficult for us. Please let us be wise and hard working . Crime does not pay. Good luck to everyone.

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