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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by ThatFairGuy1: 6:31am On Aug 02
Tranquillity360:
For your yoruba muslim mind you think you can cause fight between Anambra and Aba.






Afonjas no dey shame.
If you've never shout Yoruba Muslim, you don't feel better. Every Yoruba that argues with you Igbo Jew are always Muslim. This speaks volume
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Zoe99(f): 6:50am On Aug 02
I don't think so.They aren't even doing what they are supposed to do anyway.
MetaPhysical:


Your ohanaeze is constantly churning out new battle lines and defining new enemies. grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Aquarapha1(m): 6:53am On Aug 02
I like this
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Fuckgovt: 6:56am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:
More
men dey hustle o. Sote dem do APGA shoe.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by nyabingi(m): 7:11am On Aug 02
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.


You are just plain Stupid, jealous kill your generation there...You are so deluded in your hate that you don't know that Igbos are already setting up factories in Asian countries. Most of the shoes and fashion accessories your drug peddling Yoruba Alhajas go to buy in Dubai are actually made in Aba...Akpamu like you!

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Cosbyrich: 7:24am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:

what are your people known for

Real business and real manufacturing of goods and services.Not petty businesses and factory babies industries scattered all over your Skull Eating Republic.
Igboland is known for skull eating from time immemorial. Stop hoodwinking us on petty shoes assembling.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Cosbyrich: 7:27am On Aug 02
nyabingi:



You are just plain Stupid, jealous kill your generation there...You are so deluded in your hate that you don't know that Igbos are already setting up factories in Asian countries. Most of the shoes and fashion accessories your drug peddling Yoruba Alhajas go to buy in Dubai are actually made in Aba...Akpamu like you!

Here comes another deluded OSU.Mention those imaginary factories,sir.Or are they ghost factories?
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by luluosas(m): 7:28am On Aug 02
Commendable
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by egoldman(m): 7:41am On Aug 02
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.

See pains and jealousy, may I ask you what exactly is your fixation on Igbo matters? If they get Biafra and cannot sell their products, wetin be your own? Why are you taking Panadol for another man's headache?

Is this your 'advice' a sign of your 'love' for the Igbos? Akuko.

All the garbage you have written up there point to one thing; You are scared of the Igbos leaving, yes that's the truth.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by autchies(m): 7:45am On Aug 02
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.

Mumu nigeria market kill you.
How many people in that zoo buys locally made goods.all you buy is foreign things.
Zoo animal.
Is the govt serious to make sure foreign goods are not allowed in the zoo, then I will accept that

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by banjo022(m): 7:55am On Aug 02
see the ugly shoes sef
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Drizzy5001(m): 7:58am On Aug 02
banjo022:
see the ugly shoes sef
As if u can afford one undecided stop being a hater , it won't take you anywhere.

Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Gabkosh: 8:00am On Aug 02
wiseoneking:
pls can you post, I would be pleased to see those developments out there. Post it of you are real. Thanks
I don't need to proof anything. Even on jiji, you will see itele footwear there. It is not by shout.

Will give you more if you need. See packaging. Very correct Ibadan made.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by egoldman(m): 8:01am On Aug 02
Rossikki:


What goods?

99% of you would be deported to the East. We are talking of the remaining 1% and they can't compete with China.

I noticed in your stupidity that you are not good with history, check most of the countries that separated from each other , they later continued doing business even while they had political tensions.

The USA fought for their independence against the British and today they are like brothers and sisters, South Sudan fought for many years to be separated from Sudan , recently Sudan have promised to send troops to help stop the recent killings in South Sudan , I could go on and on.

What you have felt to understand is that should Biafra separate from Nigeria, you think they would be perpetual enemies of Nigeria, no it doesn't work that way. The businesses between the two countries would still continue, people would still visit both countries for business.

Do you know that since the partition, that India and Pakistan have fought three major wars , one minor war and several armed skirmishes ?Yet these two countries still do business, yes I know about this as I live in India.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by egoldman(m): 8:07am On Aug 02
Seunpaul01:


How is that commendable. When will these people learn to do something of international standard. They said shoe factory but all I see are sandals. Build a shoe factory that can be compared with international standards. And produce something worth of international exports.

What do your village produce? I hate sounding as a tribalist, but sometimes you cant help but put people like you where they belong ,I also have noticed that anytime something of note worthiness is shown about Igbos , a certain section of this country are always the ones to downplay it , this is not good.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by chyket(m): 8:09am On Aug 02
Your shoe warehouse in Nnewi has been there a long time.





What you don't understand is that COMPETITION remains the critical success secret of the Igbo tribe!!!It's actually the greatest driving force for continous enterprenual successes recorded in Igboland, coincidentally Competition is also the driving force of CAPITALISM.
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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by chyket(m): 8:11am On Aug 02
MetaPhysical:


Who cares about fight or no fight....thats your problem in your own enclave what you do with your machette.....Im concerned with labour and productivity.

What im saying....there needs to be acknowledgement when we see a state doing good. Abia is doing good. Aba people just posted their achievement in shoe production. Respect and honor it.

Your shoe warehouse in Nnewi has been there a long time....why are you choosing this momwnt to bring it out and kill Aba glory. Ehhn? Jealousy go kill una for dat Anambra.



What you don't understand is that COMPETITION remains the critical success secret of the Igbo tribe!!!It's actually the greatest driving force for continous enterprenual successes recorded in Igboland, coincidentally Competition is also the driving force of CAPITALISM.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by iso604: 8:18am On Aug 02
macdammy:
Excuse lemme talk sad
“Lizard nod head no mean say he hear Wetin you talk”


A lot of persons will commend this project, Buh the same people will still be the one to largely patronize designers from abroad, enriching the western world, and frustrating our local producers.



That your Gucci shoe na from where?
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by egoldman(m): 8:25am On Aug 02
PaparazziBen:
they need to create their own design and stop copying the western world and quality has to be good

Wetin concern you if they copy anyone ? Do they force you to buy?

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by AmuDimpka: 8:26am On Aug 02
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.
You have a point but don't forget that nations export their products ....in aba customers comes all the way from East Africa and Central Africa that I am sure of .....


So let's even assume that Biafra comes ,they would export their products , Igbo are traders globally they would import from Aba


But you have some salient or silent
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by nisai: 8:27am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:

what are your people known for
WE ARE KNOWN FOR TAMING YOUR EGO WITH OUR SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by egoldman(m): 8:30am On Aug 02
banjo022:
see the ugly shoes sef

This mentality has kept u backward while the makers of what u call ugly are moving forward in life , stop hatred and jealousy , they kill.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by bewla(m): 8:33am On Aug 02
Psalmy2cute:
honestly this is commendable.
It just have to start from some where
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by hucienda: 8:38am On Aug 02
This is so commendable!

God bless the governor and people of Anambra.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by calabardick(m): 8:42am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:
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No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining

This is one other thing they are known for grin

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by hucienda: 8:47am On Aug 02
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.

As a pan-African poster, you can sue for unity via other means not this as its logic at base is shaky - if they are allowed to form their own country for example, nothing still stops Gabon, Mali, Niger, Cameroon and the likes from continuing to buy from them if Nigeria does not want to. Biafra is a hot-button issue obviously but that does not mean one can start turning logic on its head.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:55am On Aug 02
Gabkosh:
I don't need to proof anything. Even on jiji, you will see itele footwear there. It is not by shout.

Will give you more if you need. See packaging. Very correct Ibadan made.
We are talking of clusters of footwears manufacturing market you are posting pictures of one customized China products

Ihiala, Anambra state

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by BRASH: 8:57am On Aug 02
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.
Very intelligent and thoughtful submission. But, my brother, the one Nigeria is chocking us. A situation where people who are contributing little or nothing to the nation's revenue but wants to control everything is annoying. This is even more so when they are desperate to get rid of others just to achieve their aim. I love one Nigeria. But I think having independent states where everybody controls his resources will be the best. We can't keep deceiving ourselves that we can ever unite and work as one in this country when we have allowed tribalism and ethnicity to fester and destroy the bond of unity. All these fight will stop when every state realizes that they are solely responsible for their wellbeing. I say NO to seccession but a big YES to independent states. A United States of Nigeria
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:57am On Aug 02
Gabkosh:
I don't need to proof anything. Even on jiji, you will see itele footwear there. It is not by shout.

Will give you more if you need. See packaging. Very correct Ibadan made.
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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 8:59am On Aug 02
Gabkosh:
I don't need to proof anything. Even on jiji, you will see itele footwear there. It is not by shout.

Will give you more if you need. See packaging. Very correct Ibadan made.

Keep fooling yourselves

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Anambra1stS0n: 9:01am On Aug 02
Gabkosh:
I don't need to proof anything. Even on jiji, you will see itele footwear there. It is not by shout.

Will give you more if you need. See packaging. Very correct Ibadan made.

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