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Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by NaijaOlosho(f): 4:27pm On Apr 11, 2020
In Ekpeye Land in Rivers State, people at this time go to their individual or family ponds (called UNU) to bail them and catch fishes.

Ekpeye land is rich in Agriculture, in fact the photos below will tell you.

See Photos

https://web./ekpeyekingdom/permalink/10158212838640789/

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by NaijaOlosho(f): 4:29pm On Apr 11, 2020
grin More

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by tyup(m): 4:39pm On Apr 11, 2020
Kill and eat is that all?

They don't even know their conservation value sad

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by hisexcellency34: 4:41pm On Apr 11, 2020
What's massive in this?

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by mazimee(m): 4:57pm On Apr 11, 2020
I really envy this riverine people whenever I see them catching fish anyhow like it is nobody's business.My mother use to tell me about her childhood. How they would put pot on fire and go into the bush, straight to the stream to fetch snails and fishes for dinner.

So why am I telling this story?
The bottom line is that I love free sea food grin grin

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by PureGoldh(m): 5:25pm On Apr 11, 2020
Nice one.....fish and other seafoods go dey very cheap in dx region oh

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by foolbuster: 5:37pm On Apr 11, 2020
The niger delta is blessed.

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by benuejosh: 6:37pm On Apr 11, 2020
Wow! The earth is blessed.

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by Slawormir: 7:16pm On Apr 11, 2020
Damnnnnn niggarrr

Nice

Fish pepper soup mehnnnn. Nothing like conservation here

Barman give me a plate of fish pepper soup

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by fruqy(m): 7:16pm On Apr 11, 2020
This is good.

Looks like fun too

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by 24kmagic: 7:17pm On Apr 11, 2020
kiss cry
Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by NwaEzefuNaMba(m): 7:17pm On Apr 11, 2020
tyup:
Kill and eat is that all?

They don't even know their conservation value sad

Who are you reserving it for? So fish have became endangered specie?
And what if Covid-19 succeeds in wiping out the entire human race?

Na wah o sad sad something wey God take do Easter for them

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by paulolee(m): 7:17pm On Apr 11, 2020
wow...nice fishes n nice blessings for this lockdown season...Africa is blessed with so much raw materials, history, abundant resources inside it's waters and the land..the large population and thick skin is what other European countries are searching and praying for bt I think our main problem is that we are much blessed with bad leaders, covered with tribalism and enslaved with religion...
DEBATE TOPIC- born in Africa a blessing or a curse??

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by messicruzzy1: 7:17pm On Apr 11, 2020
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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by Albertone(m): 7:17pm On Apr 11, 2020
Am I the only one who hates fishes? I eat them, I puke!!
The smell is enough repellant for me.Catfishes are the worst when it comes to odour.I don't like seeing fishes,I don't like eating it(i once ate it to discover i don't like it).Never touched a raw fish before,either dead or alive



In all, God created them and they are a blessing to mankind.These riverine areas are really blessed o. I wish i can like and start eating fishes

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by Greatfuse: 7:17pm On Apr 11, 2020
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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by QuickStandard: 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
cool
Plenty FISH =Yes

Big Fish?= NO

Miss growing up in the forests.
Mostly fishing and harvesting season.


tyup:
Kill and eat is that all?

They don't even know their conservation value sad
You know nothing about village, fish ponds are like planting cassava... You sow and you reap in due season.

You people will just comment for likes sake.
Someone dug a fish pond, and you expect him not to harvest his fishes.

People like your type won't even wait for 31st before demanding for their monthly salary. SMH

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by kapelvej: 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
mazimee:
I really envy this riverine people whenever I see them catching fish anyhow like it is nobody's business.My mother use to tell about her childhood how they would put pot on fire and go into the bush straight to the stream to fetch snails and fishes for dinner.

So why am I telling this story?
The bottom line is that I love free sea food grin grin
your mother's story is also my story

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by OmoManU: 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
this ones r not even observing any lock down
Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by hammer0: 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
A SENSIBLE PEOPEL WILL USE DEM TO START FISH FARM.


AFTER EATING DEM, GO AND GET ANOTHER ONE FROM THAT SMALL POND.
Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by Fragility6: 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
tyup:
Kill and eat is that all?

They don't even know their conservation value sad
Wetin b una problem conservationist? For fish again

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by irunoko(m): 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
Leave the acquatic creature

Not everything is for consumption

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by isholafisayo(m): 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
Is this the definition of massive? undecided
Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by ajimotoke(m): 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
Make perper soup with it, but check if its free from covid 19 grin grin
Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by Lewisalexander(m): 7:18pm On Apr 11, 2020
Big catch

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by free2ryhme: 7:19pm On Apr 11, 2020
NaijaOlosho:
In Ekpeye Land in Rivers State, people at this time go to their individual or family ponds (called UNU) to bail them and catch fishes.

Ekpeye land is rich in Agriculture, in fact the photos below will tell you.

See Photos

https://web./ekpeyekingdom/permalink/10158212838640789/


Lovely catch

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by vasco01(m): 7:19pm On Apr 11, 2020
Na God send am for Dem for this easter
#enjoy yourselves
#no forget your fellow brodas and sisters
#happy easter

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by rOsy247(f): 7:19pm On Apr 11, 2020
PureGoldh:
Nice one.....fish and other seafoods go dey very cheap in dx region oh

Lol for where? So everyone thinks but it's not

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Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by Vikelo1212: 7:19pm On Apr 11, 2020
Wow! Awesome! God really create things o.
Re: Big Fishes Caught In Ahoada, Rivers State (Photos) by DropsMic(m): 7:19pm On Apr 11, 2020
rOsy247:


Lol for where? So everyone thinks but it's not


It is...

I remember the first time i bought bole with fish in obio akpor . If you see how big the fish was eh. I thought it would be around 400 to 500 naira but to my surprise when i asked for the price the lady told me 200. I was so shocked i tot maybe something was wrong with the fish. Later i realized it was normal thing.. Stayed there for a year. And every time i bought bole i always added one fish. In my mind i was like mk i chop am well before i go back Abuja

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