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Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 1:05am On Feb 15
In the spirit of hip-hop, big shout out to emeka and his thread...so cold don catch me for obido oyibo. I hollered at an Ivorian friend who moved back to Abidjan four years ago and has set up a bar.

Booked flight in October as Covid begin to catch ppl, the last 3 weeks before I flew out, alcohol gel and gloves were my paddy ooo. Took Covid test, got neg cert and ran to the airport. Left 10pm, by 5am - I don dey for abidjan airport.

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Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 1:15am On Feb 15
View from my balcony, chilled villa on an estate.

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by JWTheocracy1: 2:22am On Feb 15
Okada make I alight here
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by olukaygold(m): 7:00am On Feb 15
Drop me here Oga Uber angry
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by ImDStar: 12:41pm On Feb 15
grin grin grin grin
Okada and Uber man up there, Una Weldon ooo
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Morray(m): 2:11pm On Feb 15
I get Facebook account of 6yrs + for sale
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by revived: 3:03pm On Feb 15
Bolt just dropped me here cheesy
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Prodigee: 6:58pm On Feb 15
Okay na
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 1:13am On Feb 17
First time I spent Xmas here, though I have been here during other periods. Xmas fever was hot in the streets as I moved around in taxis.

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 1:22am On Feb 17
One thing I love here is uninterrupted power supply. My oyinbo ear cannot deal with ‘generator wan tear my ear’ anymore.

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Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Smartlife(m): 4:01am On Feb 17
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Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 9:15pm On Feb 17
While in Uganda, our naija brothers hit jail for performing outside. No wahala for Abidjan. Big outdoor event called LA Sunday’s at golf hotel over Xmas. I don collect two tickets with friend and we entered...

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by okeyglm: 9:41pm On Feb 17
wanna see dem bumbum girls
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Goodman247: 3:47am On Feb 18
okeyglm:
wanna see dem bumbum girls
do they really have bumbum bigger than Nigeria women.own
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 8:54am On Feb 18
Na Nyash u wan see. Oya...see food.

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Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 9:01am On Feb 18
A mutual friend has a a young boy in his house who said he is good at football. Said he trains on sundays at Asec Mimosas. So we said we will go and watch. My guy told me privately that if he get sauce he will back him with £20,000 to get him to Europe. I have been a football coach for over 10 years so know ability sharp sharp.

We went to watch, omo, my guy struggle to control ball sef, very one footed when he said he plays with both and his fitness was shocking. He ran 30 metres and was blowing heavily like car exhaust wet scatter. I told my guy, forget, na better talent to spend money on na.

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by trigger11: 8:00pm On Feb 18
no stop this trend oooohhhh bikooooo
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 10:45pm On Feb 18
One market here in Angre called Marche Cocovico. My umunna dey there plenty hustling, selling women’s clothes, men’s clothes, household items. One just came back from Ogidi, having travelled through the so called closed Ghana borders, where money pass government mandate.

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 10:47pm On Feb 18
Hard working woman in the market. May Baba bless her hustle.

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Sunnysteve009(m): 3:40am On Feb 19
sayisayi:
Hard working woman in the market. May Baba bless her hustle.

Thanks baba, I beg which business person fit run there with 1m, Nigeria life done tire me, I dey reason to pot go their
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by TysonsCorner(m): 6:20am On Feb 19
Very nice thread with pictures. I love that country been there once but wasn't so comfortable because of the language issue. How are you handling the language barrier?
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 6:00pm On Feb 19
TysonsCorner:
Very nice thread with pictures. I love that country been there once but wasn't so comfortable because of the language issue. How are you handling the language barrier?

No wahala, I dey yarn french medium level. Plus I get Masters in street psychology so can spot things early.

Side note : binance coin bubbling. If you get sense, buy algorand and hodl
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by TysonsCorner(m): 6:34pm On Feb 19
sayisayi:


No wahala, I dey yarn french medium level. Plus I get Masters in street psychology so can spot things early.

Side note : binance coin bubbling. If you get sense, buy algorand and hodl

Hahahaha bros thanks for the heads-up about binance
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Marshlaw: 8:31am On Feb 20
sayisayi:


No wahala, I dey yarn french medium level. Plus I get Masters in street psychology so can spot things early.

Side note : binance coin bubbling. If you get sense, buy algorand and hodl

Please how can I buy algorand?

Crypto dey usually confuse me.
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 6:56pm On Feb 20
Marshlaw:


Please how can I buy algorand?

Crypto dey usually confuse me.

Research online...

1) Sign up to binance or crypto.com

2) open up e wallet

Buy from 1) and send to 2)

Search all on youtube - plenty tutorials there
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 12:19am On Feb 23
Catholic Church in Soleil Estate, Angre. In CIV there are numerous tribes, such as the Baoule who are Akan and share the same language as their kith and kin in Ghana. The Agni from the S. East. Bête from the south too, Diola from the North.

Just as in other parts of West Africa, as you move north, the people become taller and more lean as you near the Sahel, to help cope with sun and body heat distribution. South are smaller and more squat,

Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by maxell(f): 9:36am On Feb 23
Nice thread wink
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by cooooooks(m): 9:51am On Feb 23
Est-ce que tu as besoin de parler en français quand t'es là?
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 12:13am On Feb 24
cooooooks:
Est-ce que tu as besoin de parler en français quand t'es là?

Bien sûr

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Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by sayisayi(m): 12:14am On Feb 24
Sunset in Angre. On my way to a garden to chop Senegalese tchep. That food is heaven for me-on a par with moin moin and plantain

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Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by Homeboiy: 12:53pm On Feb 24
Better place
Re: Ivory Coast - New Sector Movements by trigger11: 11:08pm On Feb 25
sayisayi:
Sunset in Angre. On my way to a garden to chop Senegalese tchep. That food is heaven for me-on a par with moin moin and plantain


where the food picture now

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