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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by iamfrankoben: 10:10pm On Aug 01
Igbo bu Igbo mma mma nu!!! unlike wasterners

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by bigpriik: 10:11pm On Aug 01
BiAfra go make sense men all we need to do is to pump millions of dollars into research and development so our goods will match world standard...africa is our market grin grin

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by bigpriik: 10:13pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:


You are NAIVE to the point of blind stupidity if you think you can secede from Nigeria and the Nigerian govt will still allow you to import your foreign goods into Nigeria. Even YOU will have to show your papers to be anywhere in Nigeria like Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Jos, Benin etc, because you WILL be deported en masse to the east if you secede. Good luck dealing with Nigerian police in showing your residency permits.
Must afonja talk about biAfra whenever they see any Igbo thread This is becoming a psychological obsessive disorder.. anyways the birth of biafra means the death of Nigeriaangry

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by majamajic(m): 10:14pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin

Onye aghana nwa nne ya
Ka anyi jiri ofu obi , Maka ndi ofe
Maka mgbe ozo, agha ka anyi no ebe a

Nice one , Anambra oo , Abia ooo
Na the same ,

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Nuel19: 10:19pm On Aug 01
Tranquillity360:
Na your people go still pay the money police collect from us.


Police collect money from us,we add the money for goods you buy,that is Igbo man for you grin grin

We don't run away from challenges.

Don't mind these set of people, simple economics they don't understand. You tax us through your police then your people buy our goods and pay thru their noses.

Isaa simple stuffs!

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by slam7000(m): 10:19pm On Aug 01
Anambra1stS0n:
[s][/s]

No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining


I’m surprised egbon Metaphysical left his Emmanuel Adeniji to troll Anambra and Aba people.

Metaphysical go and pray for your elder brother who is raping mental health patients abroad.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by mmorah6: 10:23pm On Aug 01
Yorubas and jealousy they see good thing they begin to bring in insults

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by SweetDipBenny: 10:27pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin
does it matter.no competition

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by oneeast1: 10:30pm On Aug 01
Cool. Anambra amaka
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Yinksy09: 10:30pm On Aug 01
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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Kennydoc(m): 10:31pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.

But you heard that people from Niger, Cameroon, Chad, Gabon, C.A.R etc are coming to buy the same shoes. Are they all part of Nigeria? Must Anambra share the same country with Kano for their goods to be sold in Kano?

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by vioment: 10:31pm On Aug 01
If planned right, this one pass mediocre.


Commendable start.

I wonder sha, if na battery or generator powered factory. We already know say normal power supply is going to be 1% input.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Sniper101(m): 10:32pm On Aug 01
Nice...Nice...very Nice.
Good innovation


But, I wouldn't be caught dead wearing one of those grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by wman(m): 10:32pm On Aug 01
This is lovely and commendable. I love seeing hardworking people adding to the economy in their own way.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by goooze(m): 10:36pm On Aug 01
Bigots kids everywhere on this forum. It baffles me seeing kids sounding so senseless and myopic just because of stereotypical way of thinking inculcated from some acient fathers whose aim unknowingly to these kids is to enrich their 10th generation in advance but pretending to be a real patriotic son of the soil. Kids open your eyes, other kids in different part of the world are taking the advantage of technology to better their living and not fraud and bigotry. Lazy youth indeed!
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by NSK4U(m): 10:39pm On Aug 01
Anambra1stS0n:
[s][/s]

No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining

hahahaha


bruh ya brain is Igbotic!

it's a brain that deceives the deceiver

ride on, 'nwa afo' no dey carry last.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by nokatakata: 10:40pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin

That Anambra mad son is a very unfortunate,hateful, bitter homo sapien.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 10:41pm On Aug 01
nokatakata:


That Anambra mad son is a very unfortunate,hateful, bitter homo sapien.

He is the grand master of all Anambra bigots in Nairaland. He leads the pack.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by maiunguwar: 10:41pm On Aug 01
Tranquillity360:
Indirectly begging for unitygrin grin




So if Igbos have their own country their products won't sell again. If only you know the amount of good Igbos send to countries like cameroon.
That rosikki go die for Biafra matter

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by nokatakata: 10:42pm On Aug 01
See the ugly shoes. cheesy grin...sarkoloweko shoes

tongue tongue tongue
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by NSK4U(m): 10:42pm On Aug 01
nokatakata:

That Anambra mad son is a very unfortunate,hateful, bitter homo sapien.
don't bother yourself

we still like him like that �

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Biggers82(m): 10:43pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin

Will keep quite dia Ewu Aba

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by nokatakata: 10:43pm On Aug 01
NSK4U:


don't bother yourself


we still like him like that �


Of course you must like him. Ohamadike slaves.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MajorOvakporaye(f): 10:44pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


You are jealous of Ngwa. Period!

Aba we know....who knows Nnewi?

SHUT UP YOU BROWN ROOFIAN!!!

Eriako!!!

we wi ekpa na!!!

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by bot101(m): 10:46pm On Aug 01
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.

Lol, you just highlighted your ignorance of the reach of the traders in those markets. For your info, their current market reach includes Cameroon, Guinea Bissau, Morocco among a host of other smaller markets. The nigerian market is a fragmented and shared one that includes competition from traders in Lagos, as well as the Chinese.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Aboguede(m): 10:46pm On Aug 01
I am a first class king in igbo land and I declare that we're one 1 9jaeia Nigeria grin


Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Lovelyn451(f): 10:47pm On Aug 01
MetaPhysical:


See jealousy.

So because Ngwa people post shoe factory from Aba now you want show us your factory in Anambra too.

Why cant you Anambra people just acknowledge that you are not always the best or most progressive in alaibo.

For your information Aba is far ahead of you in labour and productivity.

Outside of Lagos i think i will admit that Aba is next most productive hub in West Africa.

Stop competing with Ngwa. When they share progress and success of their toil....clap and applaud and support their leadership instead of distracting it with fake shoe warehouse in fake Ibo state.


In fact....Ngwa Amaka! grin
story...most people working there might still be from ngwa so Igbo generally Amaka

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 10:47pm On Aug 01
Anambra1stS0n:

See pain grin grin grin

I asked you simple question...and you dodged.


Anambra is small boy beside Aba when we talk of manpower and production.

Do you deny this? grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by NSK4U(m): 10:49pm On Aug 01
SweetDipBenny:
does it matter.no competition

don't mind d guy you just quoted...., he's trying to create enmity between people of Abia and Anambra, yet he's not even Igbo.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Greenvaiper: 10:52pm On Aug 01
Shut up


Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Zoe99(f): 11:02pm On Aug 01
This is one of the reasons why the Igbos want to secede from Nigeria peacefully_so they can do business with Nigeria in the future if possible.We don't derive joy in making enemies.
Rossikki:
All the more reason why the Biafra idea is STUPID.

Who will be the primary market of this expansion in Anambra State?

NIGERIANS.

Africa's biggest market, and the world's 6th largest consumer market.

Secessionists imagine that they will be able to sell these wares to the world, and don't need the Nigerian market. But they are seriously deluded. Countries are putting up protectionist barriers to build their own local industries. Others like China, have comparative advantage in manufacturing, and will leverage that to start price wars if need be, lowering them to stave off any competition.

Many buying countries would simply prefer the familiarity of Italian or even China made products, and would shun new, unproven stuff from some little African country.

Bottom line: For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE NIGERIAN MARKET.

Secession kills that immediately.

Nigeria is projected to become the world's THIRD most populous nation after China and India by 2050.

That is MARKET on a world class scale which Igbo manufacturers can have FIRST ACCESS TO BEFORE ALL-COMERS, if they play their cards right, and remain in the federation.

That FIRST ACCESS to the Nigerian market is already happening slowly, as groups like INNOSON and others get government supply contracts. INNOSON even supplies the Nigerian Airforce with equipment now.

As we approach 2050, the Igbos could become the richest ethnicity in all Africa, and among the richest on earth, if they remain...Nigerians.

A word is enough for the wise.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Olatlaccon(m): 11:06pm On Aug 01
the tin be say shey ppl go buy am instead of Gucci and oda brand

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