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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Shafiiimran99: 9:16am On Aug 02
May Allah bless their works

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by eduj(m): 10:06am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:
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No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining
The SE also needs a large sole manufacturing factory in our region.our shoe makers have to travel to Lagoswith their designs to get sole for shoes
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by macdammy(m): 10:08am On Aug 02
iso604:




That your Gucci shoe na from where?

Shey my Gucci? grin grin

Na Aba made sir grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by vincentjk(m): 10:11am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:
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No wahala both states are in Igboland what are your people known for outside skull mining

Nice question bro but I no no say u sha get bad mouth like this o grin grin

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by ProT: 10:17am 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.
This was exactly how Azikiwe thought Ndigbo would someday lead Africa if they kept the Nigeria federation as one.
Today, Ndigbo don't even have total control over their land.

Keep analysing; e go shock u!
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Brenn594(m): 10:20am On Aug 02
This is gettin interestin... Lalas will be like "shoe amaka"

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Munachisom95(f): 10:38am On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:

Because I asked genuine question, north are known for Agriculture and livestock farming , Igbos entreprenue and industrious, your youths are now Malians

hahahaha!, this one off me oooo.

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by codemaniacs: 10:55am On Aug 02
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.

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.

firstly, Biafra does not mean war or violent secession.

secondly, there are over 30 million igbos of which over 18 million are over the age of 18 and that population is more than enough.

thirdly, Biafra does not mean mass deportation of igbos out of Nigeria.

fourth, For these Eastern industries to thrive, and take off to the next level, THEY NEED THE IGBO MARKET of over 30 million globally ( both within Biafra and outside Biafra ).

for example, D:iamond Bank only failed when the owner's son messed it up but the bank was standing strong due to IGBO patronage... same way YORUBA patronage allows G:T Bank to stand strong.

as long as a TRIBE ( ethnic nation ) has a high population with good purchasing power then it needs its own market to thrive unless the U:N does to that country what they did to Zimbabwe.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by iso604: 11:19am On Aug 02
macdammy:


Shey my Gucci? grin grin

Na Aba made sir grin

Correct
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by sirp9898(m): 11:43am On Aug 02
Thanks for your concern

In biafra we will make progress faster than to remain in nigeria which have no futures
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by themaestro08(m): 11:48am 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.

The difference is quality...
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by themaestro08(m): 11:56am 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.

The difference is the population is poor, as a matter of fact its increasingly becoming poorer, just a large population doesn't show the whole picture. For example, Germany population is 83 million while Nigeria 205 million, auto companies make a thousand sales in the former than the latter, I hope you get my point.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by themaestro08(m): 12:02pm On Aug 02
History555:




2050. Largest population on which resources. I think you need to learn to shut the Bleep up

He is right man! According to most projections by researchers not only would our population be the most populous in the world by 2050 but as a matter of fact by 2100 Nigeria will be the 2nd most populous country in the world with around 732 million people.

Keep ego aside Let people who know school your ignorant head grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Prosperchuks1344(m): 12:05pm On Aug 02
johnmartus:
You're a father of tribalism well you take after your father achebe.

Then who took over Awolowo the originator of tribalism in Nigeria?

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by banjo022(m): 12:25pm On Aug 02
egoldman:


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.
yeye... no be jealousy. I can't use my money to buy those ugly shoes. I get fashion sense u can buy it n keep. I don't give a Bleep about u.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Antofred(m): 12:42pm On Aug 02
This is more than commendable. Small scale industries create opportunities for entrepreneurship and employment...

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Ottowax(m): 12:55pm 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.

While the crude oil producing Niger Delta shares it's proceeds with the whole country. Pathetic
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by shugamummy: 1:58pm On Aug 02
Drinking panadol extra activated. Won't you be happy that a section of the country is active while the rest remains parasitic. You did not include air transport. Let them enjoy the constant power that Nigerian government is producing for the past 60yrs. Haba mana

kettykin:
so the whole East is now turning into one huge shoe and leather cluster , but where is the Electric power to power this cluster and where is the Sea/River port to evacuate the products or do they plan to do that through roads ?

i sort of wish the whole east can build the River Port at Azumini River the same way they built Sam Mbakwe Airport without any Federal Government input
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 2:11pm On Aug 02
AFONJAPIG:
onye ime ohia close that ur mouth I was born and brought up in aba, full time aba person before I left country four years ago, how many ngwa people owned shop at Ariaria, sermec Aba , shoe plaza Aba, if u are talking of productive we knw people that made aba what they are today, u can tell ur silly self the truth that it's probably not ndi ngwa because they are the most laziest people in Igbo land. They are nothing but touts and hooligans, u will only see them ontop of busses chasing commuters anything higher than this u won't see them, Aba is what is it today , is courtesies of ndi ohuhu properly from other States and other none Ngwa in Abia, don't be jealous Anambra is miles ahead from Abia, even ebonyi state of yesterday has dwarfed ur ngwaland, u should be ashamed of urself, what a sitting governor that controls billions as security votes every month could boast of after nearly 6yrs in office is 100/50 warehouse stocked with Chinese second hand 3rd grade industrial machines, how many ngwa people own shop in that Ariaria market

Nonsense! Ndi ohuhu my @$$!
Can you repeat this statement in the open in Ariaria? You will be brought to your knees and dealt with.

Why didnt Ndi ohubu create an Ariaria in their autonomous villages, why in Aba if they had the resource in the first place.

Anambra is a small pikin where Aba is concerned.

Aba lead in production and manpower Anambra follows....behind Imo. Fact!

grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 2:19pm On Aug 02
eduj:

The SE also needs a large sole manufacturing factory in our region.our shoe makers have to travel to Lagoswith their designs to get sole for shoes

Aba has sole factory.
What you are talking about is industrial standard shoes that have build specs....example steel toe shoes and orthopaedic shoes. Those they go to Lagos.

If you dont have sole factory in Anambra to produce non-spec shoes, you know you can always go to Ngwa land and get. grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by kettykin: 2:50pm On Aug 02
shugamummy:
Drinking panadol extra activated. Won't you be happy that a section of the country is active while the rest remains parasitic. You did not include air transport. Let them enjoy the constant power that Nigerian government is producing for the past 60yrs. Haba mana


why would what happens in the remaining part of Nigeria be my headache , as long as 5 percenters are doing very well i will not take panadol for the headache of the 97 percenters
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by AlwaysMotun(m): 3:38pm On Aug 02
The east is taking the lead in production... Kudos to them. I think better Nigeria is what we all want

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by AFONJAPIG(f): 6:08pm On Aug 02
MetaPhysical:


Nonsense! Ndi ohuhu my @$$!
Can you repeat this statement in the open in Ariaria? You will be brought to your knees and dealt with.

Why didnt Ndi ohubu create an Ariaria in their autonomous villages, why in Aba if they had the resource in the first place.

Anambra is a small pikin where Aba is concerned.

Aba lead in production and manpower Anambra follows....behind Imo. Fact!

grin
lekwa onye ngwa ime ohia that have sold all their lands in exchange of stockfish and rice ... start from Ngwa road to main part aba to brass to faulks road how many ngwa man own a plot of land their, even ikonne has sold potion of his palace to tonimax onye ohuhu... Sharap if others are talking don't even open this ur gutter mouth, crawl back to ur potopoto aba Lagos is not ur land
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 6:54pm On Aug 02
AFONJAPIG:
lekwa onye ngwa ime ohia that have sold all their lands in exchange of stockfish and rice ... start from Ngwa road to main part aba to brass to faulks road how many ngwa man own a plot of land their, even ikonne has sold potion of his palace to tonimax onye ohuhu... Sharap if others are talking don't even open this ur gutter mouth, crawl back to ur potopoto aba Lagos is not ur land

God punish you there!

If no be yeye Nigeria, you fit talk where Ngwa man dey? Fear no catch you?

Yeye, fake Ibo! Crawl back into your Igala colony you call state.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by AFONJAPIG(f): 9:15pm On Aug 02
MetaPhysical:


God punish you there!

If no be yeye Nigeria, you fit talk where Ngwa man dey? Fear no catch you?

Yeye, fake Ibo! Crawl back into your Igala colony you call state.
ngwa man wey no pass anything... 6yrs don dey go ur brother no fit fix ama nna I wonder who u are going to blame this time around, hehehehehe or are u waiting for Ndi ohuhu to vacate their houses so u can live in a decent house Crawl back to ur rat nest
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Vickygirk(f): 10:32pm On Aug 02
Olatlaccon:
the tin be say shey ppl go buy am instead of Gucci and oda brand


You now as you dey, how many Gucci brand you don buy? undecided

Support Nigeria products to grow Nigeria

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Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Pa3cia(f): 11:02pm 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's your business biko, you just carry the matter for head, trying to cause problems among the Two states, the last time I checked, both are Eastern States and speak same language... so pls mind your biz, it's not a must you comment on this particular post, there are several posts you can contribute to.
Na wa o, you just carry another person mata for head, you nd dat Rossiki abi ki ni, E don do una two, you've been noticed already.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Gabkosh: 11:57pm On Aug 02
Anambra1stS0n:

We are talking of clusters of footwears manufacturing market you are posting pictures of one customized China products

Ihiala, Anambra state
Thought you claimed to be traveler. E shock you abi, yeah, you need to be shocked because an adage says pikin wey never visit another man's farm will claim his father has the largest land. So I understand your shock.
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by a4cube: 12:00am On Aug 03
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.
Scaremongering
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 12:29am On Aug 03
Pa3cia:

What's your business biko, you just carry the matter for head, trying to cause problems among the Two states, the last time I checked, both are Eastern States and speak same language... so pls mind your biz, it's not a must you comment on this particular post, there are several posts you can contribute to.
Na wa o, you just carry another person mata for head, you nd dat Rossiki abi ki ni, E don do una two, you've been noticed already.

Mind yasef, I only talk to Ngwa girls.

I dont have time for fake Ibo girls in Anambra. grin
Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by MetaPhysical: 12:33am On Aug 03
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.

They've been there before...they know.

Biafran must show paper to go anywhere. They know.


....but just in case they forgot....

Re: How Anambra Shoe Manufacturing Market Is Fast Growing (Photos) by Pa3cia(f): 1:24am On Aug 03
MetaPhysical:


Mind yasef, I only talk to Ngwa girls.

I dont have time for fake Ibo girls in Anambra. grin
For your mind.
Mtchewwww
You wouldn't av commented here, if you were minding your business.

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