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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Guru9ja(m): 2:59pm On Aug 02, 2020
As a graduate of Uniosun. Have started investing in osogbo. The city has a future. so...beautiful. People are coming from lag to build house and invest in real estates.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Kindledlight(m): 3:00pm On Aug 02, 2020
SLAP44:


Don't mind the phot editors grin

They think they can wish away the real Oshogbo grin

If i am not mistaken,That is Ibadan of 70’s.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Obalatule: 3:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
seguno2:


Brown roof equals historic development.
If you don’t have it, don’t hate those who have.
And stop showing off your ignorance with pride.
Historical?...Lmao......I guess we should all live in our forefathers Huts in the name of Historical.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by moneyissweet(m): 3:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
All I can think of is osogbo weed

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by seguno2: 3:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
ThatFairGuy1:

Apt.
2 and 3, resort center

How much is the money that Osun contributes to the federation account from all these fine pictures

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by UDOKABESTLUV(m): 3:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
Hmmmmmm
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ufotty2001: 3:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
ThatFairGuy1:
Osogbo became the capital city of The State of Osun in1991.
It is some 88 kilometers by road northeast of Ibadan . It is also 108 kilometres (67 mi) by road south of Ilorin(Ikirun, Inisa, Okuku, konta-Ijabe, Ila-Odo which is the State boundary to Kwara State) and 108 kilometres (67 mi) northwest of Akure
Osogbo shares boundaries with Ikirun, Ilesa, Ede, Egbedore, Ogbomosho and Iragbiji and is easily accessible from any part of the state because of its central nature.
It is about 48 km from Ife, 32 km from Ilesa, 46 km from Iwo, 48 km from Ikire and 46 km from Ila-Orangun.

The city had a population of about 499,999 people and an approximate land area of 2875 km.

Below are some of the views in the City

Credit to NGpatriot for some of the road's pictorial view

please, you guys should not mind this professional photos editors .. who knows how to edit pics and change brown roof to coloring roof..

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Tomilola360: 3:02pm On Aug 02, 2020
I pass through Osogbo every now and then and I must say Aregbesola did a great job there.

All this brown roof thing. please go to the east or north and take pictures from above let me see the kind of roofs there. It's either non existing because you live in huts or not much because your numbers ain't significant.


BTW. I rep Lagos. tongue

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by royal231(m): 3:02pm On Aug 02, 2020
No matter which angle u use take this pictures oshogbo na village..


No need.. See forest everywhere.. Na y fulani dey para for the state..



Tinubu better go fight for your people

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by seguno2: 3:02pm On Aug 02, 2020
Obalatule:
Historical?...Lmao......I guess we should all love in our forefathers Huts in the name of Historical.

I thought that I was engaging with someone with basic knowledge, but I am obviously mistaken.
My bad.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by lailo: 3:03pm On Aug 02, 2020
You are showcasing osun state in 2020 and u ignored the current governor,Oyetola but keep showing Aregbesola.Becareful
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ThatFairGuy1: 3:04pm On Aug 02, 2020
seguno2:


Is that the condition of all the schools in the state?
100% are like this?
With all the workers required to run the schools?
Or you think that the buildings alone are the schools?
How many children are in the government schools sef? 10% or 27%
Carry your toxicity off my mention please. This thread is about Oshogbo. Name schools in Oshogbo that are substandard. Name them..
However, over 50% of Osun schools are in such State.
Give them what they required, Aregbe has done his own

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Salewa97: 3:04pm On Aug 02, 2020
Cool
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Kaymaxi2222(m): 3:05pm On Aug 02, 2020
obembet:


This is Ilesha grammar school not Oshogbo
bro that's osogbo government high school. He built two of it one in osogbo and one in ilesa.. But the one in osogbo is the master piece
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ThatFairGuy1: 3:06pm On Aug 02, 2020
seguno2:


How much is the money that Osun contributes to the federation account from all these fine pictures
CHECK GOOGLE. How much was it before Aregbesola became GOVERNOR, how much did he left it?
It was 300m before he assumed office, he left it with 1.5b monthly IGR
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Kindledlight(m): 3:07pm On Aug 02, 2020
iyke926:

Don't take everything you read on NL serious. Oshogbo is cool.

Infact most of these people condemning south west especially this very Oshogbo have their families there.Infact one in my compound from Delta state took his family to this very oshogbo early this year.

I also have a friend from Cross river whose parents are based in oshogbo.So Why all these hates?

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Haywhysat: 3:07pm On Aug 02, 2020
Horlaryinkha:
nah lie baba...oshogbo is still bigger than Ile ife

What's the land area of Oshogbo and that of Ife? Ife with 4 local government has 1,700km, what of that of oshogbo?
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Ilaumoh(m): 3:08pm On Aug 02, 2020
Know more about Akwa ibom developmental strides by visiting the link below..
Stop being a doubting Thomas

https://www.nairaland.com/5963952/photos-developmental-strides-akwa-ibom

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by MilkANDpepper: 3:09pm On Aug 02, 2020
How exactly do you think you sound? I'm neither Igbo nor Yoruba but I can sense your hatred for God knows what. I wish us well though.
ObukoLamidicownu:
Watch as children of hate, envy and perdition will come here and post old pictures.

Children of darkness, the rejected one from the other side will come here with their hatred...

Theirs fathers have implanted hatred in their lives from birth, evil is in their DNA..


Watch as they come here, just watch.. cool

Lamidi cownu Epon Obuko gringringrin


One is already viewing the thread.. His name is pro____ cool

Another one Don book space.. _____44


Their generation breeds hatred.... Tuehhhhh

Another one is proud____... Hatred is their heritage..


Darkness have filled their lives

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by darfay: 3:09pm On Aug 02, 2020
LukasPodolski:

Osun/Oshogbo is more populated.

Infact i will rate this place more than your Uyo, Uyo is an empty state.

Below is the number of Internet subscribers in Nigeria states, can you see the difference between Osun and Akwa ibom.

That's enough to measure the number of people living in the two states.


This is far from accurate oga. I'll rather use number of registered voters below.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by eaddyboy: 3:09pm On Aug 02, 2020
City of Light smiley

it's always a fun and happy time whenever I'm in Osogbo... Cool, hospitable and peaceful place with affordable cost of living.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Ilaumoh(m): 3:10pm On Aug 02, 2020
SaintBeehot:
By who By spirit Because the last time I checked, 70% of southeast and south South native is sheltered for by Lagos State. So what're we saying
Then you need some brain cells....
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Ilaumoh(m): 3:11pm On Aug 02, 2020
darfay:



This is far from accurate oga. I'll rather use number of registered voters below.
God bless you bro... The wimb doesn't even know what is chewing

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Jesuyinka01(m): 3:13pm On Aug 02, 2020
No Ilesa is the biggest
LukasPodolski:
Not bad for a state capital.

I hear ile-ife is far bigger and more populous than Oshogbo, how true?

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Tunde835(m): 3:13pm On Aug 02, 2020
ObukoLamidicownu:
Watch as children of hate, envy and perdition will come here and post old pictures.

Children of darkness, the rejected one from the other side will come here with their hatred...

Theirs fathers have implanted hatred in their lives from birth, evil is in their DNA..


Watch as they come here, just watch.. cool

Lamidi cownu Epon Obuko gringringrin


One is already viewing the thread.. His name is pro____ cool

Another one Don book space.. _____44


Their generation breeds hatred.... Tuehhhhh

Another one is proud____... Hatred is their heritage..


Darkness have filled their lives
U 4got tranqu_____ 360
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by 10kgod(m): 3:14pm On Aug 02, 2020
Good work. The city is developing.















Osogbo people, it's laundry at your door step. Check my signature
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by enoch273: 3:14pm On Aug 02, 2020
These are really beautiful, osogbo is fast developing into a city. A commendable effort by the state government, just like organisations like FCMB are driving financial inclusion, by deploying various strategies to reach Nigeria’s unbanked population.

https://fcmb.com/epic
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by seguno2: 3:16pm On Aug 02, 2020
ThatFairGuy1:

CHECK GOOGLE. How much was it before Aregbesola became GOVERNOR, how much did he left it?
It was 300m before he assumed office, he left it with 1.5b monthly IGR

Are you an illiterate or you just like to answer your own questions

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ObaKlaz: 3:17pm On Aug 02, 2020
Those of us who have actually been there in recent times know the truth, beyond all these carefully-selected pictures. grin

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Kindledlight(m): 3:18pm On Aug 02, 2020
Ilaumoh:

Don't compare uyo to the is wasteland OK...
Uyo is heavily populated now

Is it the same Uyo that the governor cannot stay.

For your information the nigga and most akwa ibom people are scattered across south west.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by seguno2: 3:18pm On Aug 02, 2020
ThatFairGuy1:

Carry your toxicity off my mention please. This thread is about Oshogbo. Name schools in Oshogbo that are substandard. Name them..
However, over 50% of Osun schools are in such State.
Give them what they required, Aregbe has done his own

In summary you have no information about the workers hired for the schools.
You are saying that Aregbe did nothing of the core requirements of his office

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