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Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Chinobastardaw: 8:27am On Aug 02
Note: by local I mean it has been that way for so long.. For me I think Lokoja remains the most local state capital in Nigeria, it has been the way it is for several years, no transformation or any added scenery

Tribal e warriors should stay clear

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Seetto: 8:29am On Aug 02
When you have someone like yeye Bello as your governor.....

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by mrvitalis(m): 8:30am On Aug 02
From all I have been too oshogbo by far ...was really surprised

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Baawaa(m): 8:38am On Aug 02
Thank for Amosun,Abeokuta was worst,but now is better

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by ejibaba(m): 8:41am On Aug 02
Kogi
Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Sammy07: 8:44am On Aug 02
Enugu for me, very local.

IMO is just about partying and clubbing

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by YorubaRitualist: 8:50am On Aug 02
Try Oshogbo and ado ekiti..very timid and local place. I can count the number of storey buildings I met there when I went there. They are not fit to be called state capitals.

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Luckydubby7(m): 8:51am On Aug 02
My state capital Asaba is improving everyday. Asaba is now the hot cake for Nollywood movie shooting.

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Assetosky(m): 8:53am On Aug 02
Yenagoa

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by yarimo(m): 8:54am On Aug 02
port Harcourt undecided
Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Gracchus: 8:54am On Aug 02
YorubaRitualist:
Try Oshogbo and ado ekiti..very timid and local place. I can count the number of storey buildings I met there when I went there. They are not fit to be called state capitals.
Yet y'll vagabonds won't stop coming there, you couldn't even stay in your erosion ravaged redmud tiny Eldorado. What's with you cursed descendants of Cain the wanderer and your obsession with storey buildings? Not everyone is cursed with such tiny land that they have to start building useless storey buildings. Fools hype storey buildings like they are skyscrapers. Muppets!!!

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by YorubaRitualist: 8:57am On Aug 02
Gracchus:
Yet y'll vagabonds won't stop coming there, you couldn't even stay in your erosion ravaged redmud tiny Eldorado. What's with you cursed descendants of Cain the wanderer and your obsession with storey buildings? Not everyone is cursed with such tiny land that they have to start building useless storey buildings. Fools hype storey buildings like they are skyscrapers. Muppets!!!
You must be Oshogbo or ado ekiti cause most you are really frustrated and hopeless..how do you expect your place to be developed when most have left for Lagos and are doing agbero work there.Even tinubu has long forgotten that he came from osun state. Go and develop your places before skull miners and organ harvesters overruns there.Thank God that I came back with my head intact.

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Christology(m): 8:59am On Aug 02
yarimo:
port Harcourt undecided
which weed u smoke this morning

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by slimfit1(m): 8:59am On Aug 02
Check the meaning of local are you saying under developed?

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by YorubaRitualist: 8:59am On Aug 02
Ibadam is another local and timid place..even Yorubas use to yab you when you tell them that you are from ibadam

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Simplyleo: 9:00am On Aug 02
Gracchus:
Yet y'll vagabonds won't stop coming there, you couldn't even stay in your erosion ravaged redmud tiny Eldorado. What's with you cursed descendants of Cain the wanderer and your obsession with storey buildings? Not everyone is cursed with such tiny land that they have to start building useless storey buildings. Fools hype storey buildings like they are skyscrapers. Muppets!!!
He opened a thread to discuss Yorubas.

This and thousands of thread were created by them all about Yorubas.

Amazingly, it is same them that will keep screaming Yorubas are always talking about igbos.

Even in this thread, you will soon see them repeating same crap.

Only God knows how they reason. undecided

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by illicit(m): 9:03am On Aug 02
YorubaRitualist:
Try Oshogbo and ado ekiti..very timid and local place. I can count the number of storey buildings I met there when I went there. They are not fit to be called state capitals.

U can lie, Do you even know how many local govt Osogbo comprises

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by yarimo(m): 9:03am On Aug 02
Christology:

which weed u smoke this morning
must my personal opinion be the same with you
Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by illicit(m): 9:04am On Aug 02
YorubaRitualist:
Ibadam is another local and timid place..even Yorubas use to yab you when you tell them that you are from ibadam

Ibadan?

Sorry is ur case

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by UbongCR7(m): 9:18am On Aug 02
YorubaRitualist:
Try Oshogbo and ado ekiti..very timid and local place. I can count the number of storey buildings I met there when I went there. They are not fit to be called state capitals.

Ado Ekiti is very bad.

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Obalatule: 9:24am On Aug 02
Gracchus:
Yet y'll vagabonds won't stop coming there, you couldn't even stay in your erosion ravaged redmud tiny Eldorado. What's with you cursed descendants of Cain the wanderer and your obsession with storey buildings? Not everyone is cursed with such tiny land that they have to start building useless storey buildings. Fools hype storey buildings like they are skyscrapers. Muppets!!!
Nobody is going to osogbo and ado Ekiti bros, those are towns and not state capitals

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Obalatule: 9:25am On Aug 02
Akure is nothing to write home about

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Iamgrey5(m): 9:28am On Aug 02
YorubaRitualist:
Ibadam is another local and timid place..even Yorubas use to yab you when you tell them that you are from ibadam
Ibadan has more skyscrappers than the capital of your state

Ibadan has more shopping malls/recreation spots than your capital

Ibadan should also have more educational institutions than the capital of your state

And perhaps more industries.

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Iamgrey5(m): 9:30am On Aug 02
Obalatule:
Nobody is going to osogbo and ado Ekiti bros, those are towns and not state capitals
Osogbo is the capital of Osun state, although Ife and Ilesha are more popular destinations in Osun than Osogbo.

Ado Ekiti is the capital of Ekiti state
Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Iamgrey5(m): 9:31am On Aug 02
illicit:

Ibadan?
Sorry is ur case
He even wrote ibadam

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by illicit(m): 9:32am On Aug 02
Iamgrey5:
He even wrote ibadam
cheesy

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Obalatule: 9:32am On Aug 02
Iamgrey5:
Osogbo is the capital of Osun state, although Ife and Ilesha is a more popular destination in Osun than Osogbo.

Ado Ekiti is the capital of Ekiti state
Ok, but they don't look anything like state capitals, I been there

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by ZKOSOSO(m): 9:33am On Aug 02
Just unfortunate that only Lokoja and all Southern states are on slaughter slabs for comparison. It clearly shows that the Northern state are hardly visited by 90% of NLers because of killings, kidnappers and Islamic terrorism that abound in most higher muslims populated regions.

Kebbi, Yobe, Zamfara, Sokoto, Jigawa, Bauchi, Nasarawa and Osun are all glorified villages.
Local man area

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Iamgrey5(m): 9:33am On Aug 02
Obalatule:
Ok, but they don't look anything like state capitals, I been there
They are state capitals and look everything like state capital with government buildings and Educational institutions.

They are not more terrible than Umahia and Abakaliki

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Re: Which State Capital In Nigeria Is The Most Local by Mmuoojukwu: 9:34am On Aug 02
The post is defective. The Op is not adequately educated to handle the question. One, he doesn't understand the meaning of the word "local." Two, local doesn't mean underdeveloped or primitive but nearby. So, it's a pity he doesn't know what he is saying. For instance, "Lagos is local to me" means Lagos is close to me. So I advise the Op to return to school and leave Nairaland to mature minds.

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