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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by lereinter(m): 3:47pm On Aug 02, 2020
Gone are the days a picture speaks more than a thousand words.


With Photoshop and camera lens

If you want to see osogbo, take a trip there

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by darfay: 3:48pm On Aug 02, 2020
LukasPodolski:

2006 census, Osun had more people.

You can't use voters registration as many people showed apathy in election period.

The second way to measure the population is through the internet user, which Osun Trump Akwa ibom too (unless Akwa ibom is filled with poor and illiterate who don't have access to Internet).

Uyo doesn't beat Osogbo, (unless that useless white elephant stadium).

Good roads, green environment and lots of empty spaces..

Uyo is no better than osogbo


I don't know about development but Akwa ibom is more populated. And as for registered voters, almost everyone in southern Nigeria shows apathy. Lol @ 2006 census, population Dynamics aren't static at all. Even uk was once more populated than Nigeria. That internet shit is plain trash.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by darfay: 3:49pm On Aug 02, 2020
ThatFairGuy1:

Yorubas generally doesn't vote enmass. Osun has over 4m population


Same with Akwa ibom. Southerners don't vote en mass.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by deji17: 3:50pm On Aug 02, 2020
For a state that receives 20% of Delta state monthly allocation from FG, this is commendable.
Some people have cap with no head to wear it, while some have head but have no cap. This life e no balance at all.
Give some states a close fraction of what Delta and some oil producing states receives per month, plus NDDC oyel money, the place will look like Dubai.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Charly68: 3:50pm On Aug 02, 2020
Temmylee01:
mumu nah ur debts
Are you one of those paid to defend the senseless contract ? Brainless folks who can sell their birthright for a Coca-Cola bottle .

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by femi4: 3:52pm On Aug 02, 2020
LukasPodolski:
Not bad for a state capital.

I hear ile-ife is far bigger and more populous than Oshogbo, how true?
Ife is an ancient town full of history. More popular but not bigger than Oshogbo
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ifytrik(m): 3:53pm On Aug 02, 2020
SaintBeehot:
common sense you're not willing to have ehn
it's not ur 4lt bro, maybe you haven't been to a city before

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Bash92(m): 3:56pm 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

Haaaaaa

Where did osogbo share boundary with ogbomosho?

Please stop misleading people o, always crosscheck your report before posting. There is at least 3 towns between osogbo and Ogbomosho.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by KoredeOgreads: 3:57pm On Aug 02, 2020
this is first time I'm seeing anything good related to oshogbo or osun in general, never knew my state is this develop, wow
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by sirp9898(m): 3:59pm On Aug 02, 2020
Is a city or a developing village because im yet to see any good planning areas there

so that is why most s w brag with lagos only because there other state capitals na nonsense

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by GREATMERIT43: 3:59pm On Aug 02, 2020
I pray El Rufai will give us this type before he leaves office
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by LukasPodolski: 3:59pm On Aug 02, 2020
darfay:



I don't know about development but Akwa ibom is more populated. And as for registered voters, almost everyone in southern Nigeria shows apathy. Lol @ 2006 census, population Dynamics aren't static at all. Even uk was once more populated than Nigeria. That internet shit is plain trash.
2006 census and internet users statistics are still more credible than voters card.

Ekiti is not the least populated state but Ekiti recorded the least voters registration. (Ekiti is actually more populated than Bayelsa, Gombe, Ebonyi e.t.c) that shows that pVC registration statistics isn't reliable.

SS states tends to manipulate things during election, especially what happened in 2015 when GEJ pulled more than 1 million votes in Akwa ibom (there is no way GEJ would credibly pull 1 million votes in Akwa ibom)


It's all good Sha.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Lamasta(m): 4:00pm On Aug 02, 2020
Oshogbo is truly beautiful, peaceful and less expensive to live in compare to other SW states like Ogun and Lagos

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ifytrik(m): 4:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
horendox:
[s][/s] is your yeye city far beautiful than oshogbo paste the picture of your yeye city here
only a village boy like you will see this shit the op posted as city, as for me and every civilized persons in nairaland that nonsense should be called under developed town

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Gamesmart: 4:01pm On Aug 02, 2020
Obalatule:
Ignore the brown roof bungalows all you like but they will be there

Brown roof is the evidence of early and earlier development, when some others in Nigeria were still living in mud huts and in the bushes.

Those others are now trying to catch up by skipping the earlier development stage.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by fujirice: 4:02pm On Aug 02, 2020
Where are those people always berating Ebonyi state? How many vehicles are on these beautiful roads now?
Put the infrastructure in place and it will better the lives of the people.
Kudos to the governor

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by worldclass68(m): 4:04pm On Aug 02, 2020
royal231:
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




You mumu no be small, ...
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ifko: 4:05pm On Aug 02, 2020
Where us d aregbe airport built with billions.
Aregbe were
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Obalatule: 4:06pm On Aug 02, 2020
Gamesmart:


Brown roof is the evidence of early and earlier development, when some others in Nigeria were still living in mud huts and in the bushes.

Those others are now trying to catch up by skipping the earlier development stage.
Brown roof is evidence of rot and decay, don't sugar coat the truth

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by darfay: 4:08pm On Aug 02, 2020
LukasPodolski:

2006 census and internet users statistics are still more credible than voters card.

Ekiti is not the least populated state but Ekiti recorded the least voters registration. (Ekiti is actually more populated than Bayelsa, Gombe, Ebonyi e.t.c) that shows that pVC registration statistics isn't reliable.

SS states tends to manipulate things during election, especially what happened in 2015 when GEJ pulled more than 1 million votes in Akwa ibom (there is no way GEJ would credibly pull 1 million votes in Akwa ibom)


It's all good Sha.


STFU
I'm talking of registered voters not people that actually voted. The same Dynamics surrounding voter apathy abounds in the south. So u think because south south consists of smaller tribes and ethnicities that your lga is more populated than the state? How many people in rural areas have access to the internet while others have access to 3 Sims. Guy please rest. South south population is actually increasing that's why voter registration is increasingly higher compared to elsewhere in the south.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Gamesmart: 4:10pm On Aug 02, 2020
Justice35:
Beautiful roads built on desert.......... Every where look scanty.

Scanty?

In what way?

What were you expecting to see?
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by ifko: 4:10pm On Aug 02, 2020
Sammy07:
Aregbesola really tried for you guys.

I was going through with his one year in office and 2 years in office about 3 days ago.
He published a book then.


With his Osun state emblem, song, Oyes, omeal, o... Etc
Don't be deceived by the book. Aregbe is a yahoo boy. All the stupid man did was borrowing of billions and put some structure on ground with elevated cost that u can never get in Africa and loot as much as possible.
At God punish Aregbe anywhere he is now and may d blood of innocent retirees that died prior to his inhumane act be on him and his generation.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by freeborn02: 4:15pm On Aug 02, 2020
SLAP44:
We love Oshogbo grin


Every part of Nigeria has slum and beautiful places. Do you want us to show you the slums in Aba?

Stop living like this. It makes you look stupid.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by worldclass68(m): 4:18pm On Aug 02, 2020
Many folks ranting about brown roof whatever haven't visited Osogbo or most South Western States......
Something I like bout the sw is that they don't just run away from the village like some regions, they rather develop every towns and villages in the state simultaneously....

And most brown roof pictures those ill-informed re posting up and down here re villages around the states, mostly from Ede, ikirun, ejigbo etc, and those villages hen, nah dem Dem (if you know u know) still dey hustle there o...lol

I'm not from the region, but was born there..
And Osogbo is more than ok as a Town...
There re lots of igbos there making their livings , so I don't know why the ranting on NL, (am sure they re mostly in some typical villages) well African will always be African, hypocrites, sets of folks!!!

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by LukasPodolski: 4:22pm On Aug 02, 2020
darfay:



STFU
I'm talking of registered voters not people that actually voted. The same Dynamics surrounding voter apathy abounds in the south. So u think because south south consists of smaller tribes and ethnicities that your lga is more populated than the state? How many people in rural areas have access to the internet while others have access to 3 Sims. Guy please rest. South south population is actually increasing that's why voter registration is increasingly higher compared to elsewhere in the south.
Are you saying it's only one state that internet users have 3 Sims?


Check the difference between the number of uncollected pvc in the two states.

Though Akwa ibom has more overall registered voters.

Now check the difference between uncollected voters card.

That's a very huge difference.



Akwa ibom still leads when you add collected and uncollected voters card together.

The difference between uncollected pvc shows that Osun indigenes tends to show more apathy than Akwa ibom.

I repeat South Southerners are not credible when it comes to electioneering process.

Especially, Rivers and Akwa ibom

Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Piroll(m): 4:22pm On Aug 02, 2020
Kindledlight:


Ile-ife is bigger and more populous but some people of high caliber like MKO Abiola worked against Ife been the capital because of his grudges with Okunade Sijuwade citing some reasons like ife is not in central osun.

Don’t forget IBB(that created the state)and MKO Abiola were very close friends then.

Which Ife, remove OAU from ife and Ife is nothing, there were like 3 towns lobbying for the capital then, Ilesa, Osogbo and Ife..
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Abagworo(m): 4:27pm On Aug 02, 2020
Very disappointing for the natives of this State not to invest at home. The Governors have tried but the private infrastructure looks very poor. This is a contrast to Abia State for example where private infrastructures are very good whereas government is not complementing.

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Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by Gamesmart: 4:28pm On Aug 02, 2020
Obalatule:
Brown roof is evidence of rot and decay, don't sugar coat the truth

Rot an decay of early development.

Those who do not have that development cannot have the same rot and decay.

You cannot give what you don't have.

The brown roof is actually evidence of leadership. While others are still following.
Re: Osogbo, Capital City Of Osun State In Pictures by portplus: 4:33pm On Aug 02, 2020
Where is Opon Imo?

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