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Ibos And Palliative Donations by olabukola: 10:39am On Apr 21, 2020
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Generalnomercy: 10:42am On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.

You seem to be deranged.

Igbos are donating to theirs because the ones they donated to najiria was used to feed afonja and abokinas.


Igbos don't do audio because we don't prostrate to humans but to our Chukwu.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by majamajic(m): 10:54am On Apr 21, 2020
Igbos are helping themselves , since non is coming from federal government

The igwe u saw this morning , his son Osy , is American based soccer player, the pics are really made in Anambra , no audio

This 28 days lockdown has shown to us the strength of each tribe in Nigeria , and u have seen pics our villages

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by FryMosquito: 10:56am On Apr 21, 2020
It's not by force to give.. Why can't you people leave those that are giving to do their charity work in peace..
What's wrong with you minors?

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by junketer(m): 10:56am On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.
from this post it's obvious that you are pained by the generosity of igbos to their fellow igbos. You are trying to discredit the donations. Hate and envy will kill you people.
The igbos you people claim don't like themselves are showing love and kindness to their fellow igbos and that is killing you.
Hey, we are not done yet.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by afroniger: 10:58am On Apr 21, 2020
I don't know what you people gain with this type of thread. Virtually every state in Nigeria has witnessed donations of palliatives from private individuals. Just because such persons choose not to loud it on social media or because you didn't hear about it is not enough reason for the childishness of this Op. Una get serious problem. When will you guys ever grow up? Smh.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Nobody: 11:00am On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.

APC is bad for you.
Receive sense.

cc lzaa itooworwor

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by afroniger: 11:00am On Apr 21, 2020
junketer:
from this post it's obvious that you are pained by the generosity of igbos to their fellow igbos. You are trying to discredit the donations. Hate and envy will kill you people.
The igbos you people claim don't like themselves are showing love and kindness to their fellow igbos and that is killing you.
Hey, we are not done yet.

You obviously don't get the gist. The Op is an igbo himself. Forget the deceptive handle.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Deepfeel(m): 11:00am On Apr 21, 2020
Lol so after the other thread was deleted you still created another one trying to sound reasonable?


My friend why not focus on you region , find out the reason one million youths come out every night to terrorize Lagos and Ogun cause of hunger, ask where the Yoruba billionaires on Forbes are cause you afonjas have chest beat about your Forbes billionaires for awhile now

What happens in Igbo land shouldn't bother you


olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Anambralstson: 11:02am On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.
Tummy tummy is owned by Igbo man the factory is located in Nnewi Anambra.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by EmmaFantastic(m): 11:06am On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.

The word is IGBO not "ibo." Get yourself properly schooled.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Lipscomb(m): 11:16am On Apr 21, 2020
Good observation.
afroniger:


You obviously don't get the gist. The Op is an igbo himself. Forget the deceptive handle.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by olabukola: 11:40am On Apr 21, 2020
afroniger:


You obviously don't get the gist. The Op is an igbo himself. Forget the deceptive handle.
Hi buddy, just be sure before you write OK. I only asked questions, I did not insult any tribe or anybody.
Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by GamalNasser: 11:43am On Apr 21, 2020
Why are you worried about what Igbo people are donating? Is your palliative missing ? Instead to you to ask what Tinubu hasn't given you any indomie you are here asking about Tummy noodles

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by LZAA: 11:44am On Apr 21, 2020
imhotep:
[s][/s]
APC is bad for you.
Receive sense.

cc lzaa itooworwor

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by ItooWorWor(m): 11:46am On Apr 21, 2020
imhotep:
[s][/s] APC is bad for you. Receive sense.
cc lzaa itooworwor
E go soon recieve am grin grin

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by okeyglm: 11:46am On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.
Bia we are not afonja mate. We own our factories . we dont wait for handout from fg.tummy tummy is in Nenwi , bestie is in Nsukka.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by oluwadabira111(m): 11:47am On Apr 21, 2020
I swear Igbo elite are trying for their people in this Coro period! I live in Ibadan nobody is donating anything, even our governon na audio governor shi shi we never see from both the federal and state angry

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by afroniger: 12:18pm On Apr 21, 2020
oluwadabira111:
I swear Igbo elite are trying for their people in this Coro period! I live in Ibadan nobody is donating anything, even our governon na audio governor shi shi we never see from both the federal and state angry

I am not a Seyi Makinde fan but you are a bloody liar. Maybe you have not received any palliatives but that doesn't mean you should disparage the efforts of those that have made contributions. According to governor seyi makinde, at least N125-million has been donated by private individuals within Oyo to the State government’s efforts (http://saharareporters.com/2020/04/05/oyo-state-receives-n125m-support-fight-against-covid-19)

A number of the well-to-do private individuals and politicians (e.g Shina Peller, Akin Alabi, Bunvic, FATAI Buhari, Teslim folarin, etc) in the state have made donations in both cash, sanitizers, and food palliatives in the state, and this is applicable all over the Southwest states. The Governor even gave a list of the donors and amounts they donated. Just because you are not seeing these on Nairaland front page does not mean people are not doing something. Below is a list of some of the donors. You guys from the East need to ease on the bragging, it is becoming childish.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/tribuneonlineng.com/covid-19-individuals-organisations-donate-items-worth-millions-to-oyo-govt-2/amp/

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Grayoso: 12:39pm On Apr 21, 2020
afroniger:


I am not a Seyi Makinde fan but you are a bloody liar. Maybe you have not received any palliatives but that doesn't mean you should disparage the efforts of those that have made contributions. According to governor seyi makinde, at least N125-million has been donated by private individuals within Oyo to the State government’s efforts (http://saharareporters.com/2020/04/05/oyo-state-receives-n125m-support-fight-against-covid-19)

A number of the well-to-do private individuals and politicians (e.g Shina Peller, Akin Alabi, Bunvic, FATAI Buhari, Teslim folarin, etc) in the state have made donations in both cash, sanitizers, and food palliatives in the state, and this is applicable all over the Southwest states. The Governor even gave a list of the donors and amounts they donated. Just because you are not seeing these on Nairaland front page does not mean people are not doing something. Below is a list of some of the donors. You guys from the East need to ease on the bragging, it is becoming childish.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/tribuneonlineng.com/covid-19-individuals-organisations-donate-items-worth-millions-to-oyo-govt-2/amp/

You guys are minding all these Igbo aliases pretending to be Yoruba including OP? Everywhere Nigerians are rising up to the challenge and doing their bit. Only Igbo man must turn it into a competition.

I just hope most Yorubas are wise enough to stay away from these sort of threads started by Igbos who must compare d1cks over everything including a disease pandemic.

Show them where Yorubas are donating and they will soon move to say the noodles donated in Ala Igbo is superior. I don't know when some Yorubas will get it that Igbos exist to compete with you and paint you in a negative light before the world always and unrelentingly !!!!

My challenge to Igbos is that, after this pandemic, they should all move to SE states and stay there since it is full of the best and kindest philanthropists and political leaders in Nigeria. No need coming to spite others online over what we are missing. Simply go and enjoy what is on offer to you in the SE and stay away from the SW.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by afroniger: 12:49pm On Apr 21, 2020
Grayoso:


You guys are minding all these Igbo aliases pretending to be Yoruba including OP? Everywhere Nigerians are rising up to the challenge and doing their bit. Only Igbo man must turn it into a competition.

I just hope most Yorubas are wise enough to stay away from these sort of threads started by Igbos who must compare d1cks over everything including a disease pandemic.

Show them where Yorubas are donating and they will soon move to say the noodles donated in Ala Igbo is superior.

My challenge to Igbos is that, after this pandemic, they should all move to SE states and stay there since it is full of the best and kindest philanthropists and leaders in Nigeria. No need coming to spite others online over what we are missing. Simply go and enjoy what is on offer to you in the SE and stay away from the SW.

What I don't understand is why everything has to be a 'us vs. them' or 'we are better than them' with some childish set on this forum. Right from the beginning of this outbreak, private Nigerian individuals and businesses have been making donations of all kinds to support efforts in the fight against COVID-19 in every state/corner of the country, nowhere is left out. But some people just have to exploit the publicity of a handful of such efforts as an opportunity to denigrate others while feeling superior. It is really very unfortunate.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by oluwadabira111(m): 12:51pm On Apr 21, 2020
afroniger:


I am not a Seyi Makinde fan but you are a bloody liar. Maybe you have not received any palliatives but that doesn't mean you should disparage the efforts of those that have made contributions. According to governor seyi makinde, at least N125-million has been donated by private individuals within Oyo to the State government’s efforts (http://saharareporters.com/2020/04/05/oyo-state-receives-n125m-support-fight-against-covid-19)

A number of the well-to-do private individuals and politicians (e.g Shina Peller, Akin Alabi, Bunvic, FATAI Buhari, Teslim folarin, etc) in the state have made donations in both cash, sanitizers, and food palliatives in the state, and this is applicable all over the Southwest states. The Governor even gave a list of the donors and amounts they donated. Just because you are not seeing these on Nairaland front page does not mean people are not doing something. Below is a list of some of the donors. You guys from the East need to ease on the bragging, it is becoming childish.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/tribuneonlineng.com/covid-19-individuals-organisations-donate-items-worth-millions-to-oyo-govt-2/amp/
Yes a few have been donating but who are those receiving it! I stay in Ibadan north local government, I repeat shi shi we never see !we just dey hear sey dey donate but we never see anything. forget I support seyi throughout his campaign day but geez the guy has Bleep up big time.all his campaign promise we never see anything he only pay salary and give money to different media house to announced it in different direction he is a media governon coolAnd again am not from the east I was born in Ibadan live in Ibadan and am from Ogun state cool

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Nigeriabiafra80: 12:55pm On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.
When we tell you to travel
U refuse
So u dont know tummy tummy is produce in Anambra

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Emmanuelhector(m): 12:56pm On Apr 21, 2020
Anambralstson:

Tummy tummy is owned by Igbo man the factory is located in Nnewi Anambra.
Tummy tummy belongs to Kotec, from IMO state but based in nnewi

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by afroniger: 12:56pm On Apr 21, 2020
oluwadabira111:
Yes a few have been donating but who are those receiving it! I stay in Ibadan north local government, I repeat shi shi we never see !we just dey hear sey dey donate but we never see anything. forget I support seyi throughout his campaign day but geez the guy has Bleep up big time.all his campaign promise we never see anything he only pay salary and give money to different media house to announced it in different direction he is a media governon cool

But guy, you don't go about making wild generalizations just because you didn't benefit from the palliatives that have been distributed so far. Even in the southeast, as is the case everywhere, not everyone is getting palliatives, but rather it is the most disadvantaged in the society, like the elderly, widows, and the very poor. Nowhere in Nigeria has the capacity to dole out palliatives to every resident in the state, that is why they are focusing on the disadvantaged. No need sensationalizing the situation just because you aren't yet a beneficiary.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Nigeriabiafra80: 12:59pm On Apr 21, 2020
Grayoso:


You guys are minding all these Igbo aliases pretending to be Yoruba including OP? Everywhere Nigerians are rising up to the challenge and doing their bit. Only Igbo man must turn it into a competition.

I just hope most Yorubas are wise enough to stay away from these sort of threads started by Igbos who must compare d1cks over everything including a disease pandemic.

Show them where Yorubas are donating and they will soon move to say the noodles donated in Ala Igbo is superior. I don't know when some Yorubas will get it that Igbos exist to compete with you and paint you in a negative light before the world always and unrelentingly !!!!

My challenge to Igbos is that, after this pandemic, they should all move to SE states and stay there since it is full of the best and kindest philanthropists and political leaders in Nigeria. No need coming to spite others online over what we are missing. Simply go and enjoy what is on offer to you in the SE and stay away from the SW.
Dont think igbos living in ya region
Makes ya region better than theirs
Igbos live,almost part of the world
Even in some slump
In India, and that's because of economic reasons
Even in Chibok you will see igbos,
Simply they are traveller

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Grayoso: 12:59pm On Apr 21, 2020
afroniger:


What I don't understand is why everything has to be a 'us vs. them' or 'we are better than them' with some childish set on this forum. Right from the beginning of this outbreak, private Nigerian individuals and businesses have been making donations of all kinds to support efforts in the fight against COVID-19 in every state/corner of the country, nowhere is left out. But some people just have to exploit the publicity of a handful of such efforts as an opportunity to denigrate other while feeling superior. It is really very unfortunate.

That is what hate does to the soul. Those who are hateful and vengeful never let go. It is the case with Igbo and how they must use everything, no matter how distasteful, to drag d1ck comparison with Yorubas they blame for their civil war loss.

Restive youths, as expected, are troubling Lagos alone , that Igbos helped to overburden and overpopulated horrendously with their refusal to remain in the 'wonderful SE' , yet Igbos have opened many threads to claim hungry Yorubas alone are rioting over the entire SW.

I just hope some gullible Yorubas are learning lessons from what these hateful people are displaying right now to know they will never stop fighting and hating the Yorubas regardless of how kind or accommodating we are to them.

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Anambralstson: 1:00pm On Apr 21, 2020
Emmanuelhector:
Tummy tummy belongs to Kotec, from IMO state but based in nnewi
Is Imo located in North Nigeria?

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by oluwadabira111(m): 1:01pm On Apr 21, 2020
afroniger:


But guy, you don't go about making wild generalizations just because you didn't benefit from the palliatives that have been distributed so far. Even in the southeast, as is the case everywhere, not everyone is getting palliatives, but rather it is the most disadvantaged in the society, like the elderly, widows, and the very poor. Nowhere in Nigeria has the capacity to dole out palliatives to every resident in the state, that is why they are focusing on the disadvantaged. No need sensationalizing the situation just because you aren't yet a beneficiary.
OK I get your point bro, but I think the governor need to do more! he need to double up his effort. for my hood we no dey sleep in the night no security at all in Oyo imagine having nothing to eat in the day and not been to sleep to sleep in the night too much hope on his government and he don dey Bleep up small small

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Emmanuelhector(m): 1:06pm On Apr 21, 2020
Grayoso:


That is what hate does to the soul. Those who are hateful and vengeful never let go. It is the case with Igbo and how they must use everything, no matter how distasteful, to drag d1ck comparison with Yorubas they blame for their civil war loss.

Restive youths, as expected, are troubling Lagos alone , that Igbos helped to overburden and overpopulated horrendously with their refusal to remain in the 'wonderful SE' , yet Igbos have opened many threads to claim hungry Yorubas alone are rioting over the entire SW.

I just hope some gullible Yorubas are learning lessons from what these hateful people are displaying right now to know they will never stop fighting and hating the Yorubas regardless of how kind or accommodating we are to them.
As if we are not kind and accommodating afonja tailors and agboo sellers in SE

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Re: Ibos And Palliative Donations by Obere4u: 1:09pm On Apr 21, 2020
olabukola:
Since the beginning of this lock down, I have seen videos and pictures of donations made by wealthy IBOs and Obas in IBO land to their various communities, even in far away Philippines.
Pls has any rich or prominent Individuals from other region done same? Apart from the one donated to the FG.
Is this donations by IBOs audio, chest beating or real? . Even the supposed donation from one King I saw this morning here(naira land), the environment does not look like Nigeria or IBO land yet they claim its in IBO land.

Again the noddle(Tommy) being distributed, is it produced in Nigeria(Ogun state) or imported?

@Mode: pls I made this post earlier today and it was deleted, can I know the reason to avoid it next time. Thanks.

The noodle is Tummy Tummy produced in Nnewi by tummy tummy foods a subsidiary of kotec industry

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