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|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by sayisayi(m): 3:34pm On Sep 16|
Bros..I rolled in Togo 2015...In Sokode, Kara and Lome. They are v jealous and thirsty in general. However, I managed to find one cool guy who helped me no end as I made my moves on a vacation/business enquiries. His heart was pure and serene.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by silverkings: 3:50pm On Sep 16|
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by dasparrow: 3:50pm On Sep 16|
But seriously though, Nigerian Nairalanders mean well. They just don't want him to jump to another African country without proper and adequate planning to avoid stories that touch. If indeed the OP wants to do business, Nigeria is a better place because of the large population. I wish OP all the best.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by nkemdi89(f): 3:56pm On Sep 16|
cinderellashoes:I am not saying all togolese hate Nigerians and learning French has nothing to do with trust but is good for you as a person to do , you only gain trust through honesty, most French speaking countries in Africa has that war like approach , being friendly is relative.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by dasparrow: 3:56pm On Sep 16|
Seychelles is not in West Africa. It is actually an Island country off the cost of the African Continent and closer to Southern African countries.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by RealEzee(m): 4:05pm On Sep 16|
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by stagger: 4:09pm On Sep 16|
99% of commenters here have never set foot outside Nigeria. I just dey laugh.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by earnit3: 4:57pm On Sep 16|
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by newoffer: 5:07pm On Sep 16|
Babaken:. Togo is not a place to go please. They are very mean and planning with security operative to rope you is a simple thing.
U better dey go Cotonou dey come back is better than Togo. I don live there. Dem go rope u for Wetin u no know if their local get issues with u. Pls, don't waste your life
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by benqo01(m): 5:10pm On Sep 16|
i no understand you.......u wan go der go sell dry fish or wetin........
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Basher8583: 5:23pm On Sep 16|
Na dem dem. Ipobs...waka waka.....They are worse than Fulani herdsmen
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Xavfra(m): 5:54pm On Sep 16|
If you dey go no forget to tell me
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Segun87(m): 6:04pm On Sep 16|
This ur reply touched me fa.... Seems u don dey wait for the guy to make the post before ai.... It is well oooo... Bro, Togo is fairly good, if u are convinced to relocate their, go in peace and flourish.... Bless you
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Alennsar(f): 6:19pm On Sep 16|
stagger:Sure they haven't but I believe the country nationals can't be lying about their country right?
They are just too many in my Area here, in fact many of them can speak pidgin and YORUBA more than many Nigerians and they are always talking about the worst condition of their country. It's not advisable for OP to go there please but he can give it a try anyway
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Babaken(m): 6:28pm On Sep 16|
newoffer:Is the same every where in Africa let me no say the whole world their are very mean when it come to Nigeria matter even their police the same thing. When you are in a place and is not working for you change business or way of hustling in a genuine way if still nothing is working change location.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by TrebleChamp(m): 6:51pm On Sep 16|
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by 21Bandit: 7:33pm On Sep 16|
Working on it this December
It's visa free I hear
You go enter my G
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|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by loneprof: 7:47pm On Sep 16|
Lol... Body go tell am.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by RealEzee(m): 7:57pm On Sep 16|
21Bandit:amen to that G
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by RealEzee(m): 7:58pm On Sep 16|
Xavfra:make we kuku start to dey save lasun
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Xavfra(m): 8:43pm On Sep 16|
No problem......make i go check more about the country.....shey Dem get babes
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by RealEzee(m): 8:47pm On Sep 16|
Xavfra:hehehe hehe we go also meet babes of other nationalities join, I don dey fear u oooo no reach der give babes belle oooo
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by bashcares(m): 8:52pm On Sep 16|
Brother for Namibia you must have good money to start a restaurant also you can't use bus to Namibia unless you want to die along the way...once you get to Dr Congo na death their soldiers no dey here panya ooooooo ... just try to explore Togo well before thinking of any business....
God will see you through �
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by bashcares(m): 8:54pm On Sep 16|
Cuz I can see he's not having much money with him and these 2 States is really good for startups
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Elineska: 9:09pm On Sep 16|
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Abimbola29(m): 11:01pm On Sep 16|
bashcares:bro how far Zambia I dey reason there but that their flight ticket go to dey expensive,shear more light about Zambia pls
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by bull67: 11:05pm On Sep 16|
try port novo. second big city to cotonou in benin republic. quit and easy to do business. cheap rent and its close to nigeria border.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by Danniedpastor(m): 12:20am On Sep 17|
Please,do you have information about Cape Verde?
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by IAMPhoenix007(m): 5:40am On Sep 17|
So many misguided and ignorant comments, I didn't Know Nigerians are so ignorant, My brother if you are going to do something legit I will advise you to follow your heart, don't pay attention to any of those comments. Togo is very peaceful and it's quiet easy to accumulate wealth cause the standard of living isn't that high, just don't do pass yourself. Most of the negative comment you see here are from people who haven't even cross the border before they base their truth on myths, though Togo is a poor country and doesn't have the popular has Nigeria, there are a lot of Nigerians businessmen(majorly Igbos) especially in asigame and asiyeye doing very well. Just be focused and know what you came there to do.( Be law abiding)
PS: Togolese are a lovely people and are very friendly to foreigners I can attest to that, it just that unpleasant experiences from terrible Nigerians couple with how Nollywood portray Nigeria has made them wary of Nigerians.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by IAMPhoenix007(m): 6:04am On Sep 17|
You need to visit to understand what those people are complaining about, I'm pretty sure they are talking about the government and politics, and you can't attest to the fact that it's like that in major African countries, our government is s***ty. And you need to hear what they think of Nigeria and Nigerians over here in Togo. They see Nigerians as ritualist, cannibals and all sort of things, no thanks to our dear Nollywood. I have had to debunk some many myths they have about Nigeria.
The reason why most Togolese folk to Nigeria is the availability of jobs like masonry, tilling, POP e.t.c those kind of jobs are readily available in Nigeria and most Nigerian youth don't want those kind of jobs, they all want blue collar jobs or want to be musician or do Yahoo.
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by rummmy: 6:17am On Sep 17|
|Re: Relocating To Lome Togo by drpat1: 6:54am On Sep 17|
Please which transport company can commute one from Lagos to Lome? What is the price range?
Can they send waybill?
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