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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by candidbabe(f): 10:24am On Feb 23
Hahaha Naija na cruise
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by gypsey(m): 10:24am On Feb 23
I wouldn't mind being trasported on a wheelbarrow if it makes my journey easier.
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Coldie(m): 10:27am On Feb 23
This thing na old news na

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Reference(m): 10:27am On Feb 23
Because of a stupid commissioning. Or is that bridge built with anyone's personal money. Indeed I have seen an evil under the sun. Those who pay for public works trekking and fainting while those who profit from it and personify government having their egos massaged...hopeless nation, hapless citizens. When the governor finally arrives they will still hail his imperial majesty and spread their garments on the bridge for him to drive over. After all it is the season of royal entries.

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:27am On Feb 23
It will interest you to note that the flyover has been completed since early January 2021, but remains closed from motorists as it has not yet been commissioned by Governor Wike.

grin grin grin

Tufiakwa for those who love this Evil and Wiked man called Wike.

Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by lrdval: 10:28am On Feb 23
Governor Wike has finished the flyover and has refused to open the lockdown in that area for over 3 months now. People are suffering. The trecking is another things. Before my eye. One woman wey Dey suffer from elephantiasis. She treck so tee the leg started dropping water and pulse. I no fit pity the woman. People called barrow for her. This is wickedness. There is no one in rivers to talk to Wike. Shameless rivers people. They are all licking his ass for money. People has been out of business for almost 4 month and Wike said they have never seen anything. Tyranny.

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Prevailing: 10:29am On Feb 23
BloggerAdmin:
Following the continued closure of the Okoro-Nu-Odu (Rumuokoro) flyover in Port Harcourt weeks after its completion, commuters now resort to being pushed on carts and wheelbarrows for as much as N100.

This is because of the over 1km distance that is open for trekking only. So if you feel weak and can't walk, some hustlers (mostly Northerners) are available to ride you on their wheelbarrows for N50 and N100, depending on how far they ferry you.

It will interest you to note that the flyover has been completed since early January 2021, but remains closed from motorists as it has not yet been commissioned by Governor Wike.



THE BRIDGE TOO FAR... if you know you know

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by TysonsCorner(m): 10:29am On Feb 23
Mide3367:
If na lagos, I trust okada men go don find way grin. Lagos life sweet mehn

Bikes have been banned in portharcourt. So your analysis makes no sense!!!
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:29am On Feb 23
Reference:
Because of a stupid commissioning. Or is that bridge built with anyone's personal money. Indeed I have seen an evil under the sun. Those who pay for public works trekking and fainting while those who profit from it and personify government having their egos massaged...hopeless nation, hapless citizens. When the governor finally arrives they will still hail his imperial majesty and spread their garments on the bridge for him to drive over. After all it is the season of royal entries.


I blame the mumu Ikwerre youths who worship this man. If A thousand of them come out and break the barricades he put on that flyover, can Wike talk?

They just worship his idiocy.

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by AMBURSAA(m): 10:29am On Feb 23
PROUDLY NORTHERNER (HAUSA) REAL HUSTLER 100§30=3000 PER DAY
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by simplesearch: 10:32am On Feb 23
Hope Gumi can read this.
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by BRATISLAVA: 10:32am On Feb 23
@HopeVictor lipsrsealed

One must commend the northerners for their industrious approach, if at all this is true.

How can the oil capital look like that? People being pushed in wheelbarrows?
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by simplesearch: 10:32am On Feb 23
Ambode won't do this.
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by olisaEze(m): 10:32am On Feb 23
The hustle is real! grin

But Naija people really don’t understand the concept and advantages of a little exercise. undecided
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Henix(m): 10:36am On Feb 23
Wike should create an enabling environment for job creation in the state. The rate of unemployment and youths idleness in that state is terrible, despite being an oil state with huge federal allocation and IGR

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by seyz91(m): 10:36am On Feb 23
nice!
Anfield247:
hahahahaha it's still beneficial to some people! When the preferable is not available, then the available will be preferable!
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by HopeVictor(m): 10:36am On Feb 23
BRATISLAVA:
@HopeVictor lipsrsealed

One must commend the northerners for their industrious approach, if at all this is true.

How can the oil capital look like that? People being pushed in wheelbarrows?
The fly over and road is complete but our governor hasn't commissioned it yet for use.. leave them they are catching cruise..me self I dey trek..pH city is the best aside Lagos and Abuja
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by BRATISLAVA: 10:37am On Feb 23
9jatriot:
Those guys in the wheelbarrow are friends who are using the wheelbarrow for their business where one of them decide to enter the wheelbarrow, stop making it look like it is a form of transport.

Repeat what you just typed, aloud.

So that fat woman tying a wrapper is a friend of the wheelbarrow pusher, and he doesn't have anywhere to be, he and his friends doing the job of pushing at the same time? They just want to push friends up and down the place?

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by BRATISLAVA: 10:37am On Feb 23
HopeVictor:

The fly over and road is complete but our governor hasn't commissioned it yet for use.. leave them they are catching cruise..me self I dey trek..

Lol, please enter the barrow. The OP said it's a km long!
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by ADAMUdaCOWBOY: 10:41am On Feb 23
Mide3367:
If na lagos, I trust okada men go don find way grin. Lagos life sweet mehn
I am sure you don't know anything better.
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by HopeVictor(m): 10:41am On Feb 23
BRATISLAVA:


Lol, please enter the barrow. The OP said it's a km long!
It's trekkable no mind the OP..pH make sense the only south eastern state I also enjoyed my stay is enugu..
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by winner37(m): 10:42am On Feb 23
our government is pushing us to the primitive age so we will follow them perhaps something good will Pop up .
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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Kayberg(m): 10:43am On Feb 23
BloggerAdmin:

I will see you in Front-Page...
#lalasticlala
Oga, it's we don land frontpage. Oya do as I say. (No be juju type sha o)

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Theboss100(m): 10:45am On Feb 23
Margy:
hahahaha...this is so hilarous!

wtf...wonders shall never end in rivers of blood.
rivers of blood kee you dia.

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Nonexistent: 10:47am On Feb 23
the flyover has been completed since early January 2021, but remains closed from motorists as it has not yet been commissioned by Governor Wike Imagine the wicked emperor. But people with sense will see this as good exercise and save gym money grin

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Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by contigiency(m): 10:51am On Feb 23
Lazy youths. Can't they walk?
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Ishilove(f): 10:53am On Feb 23
Port Harcourt no be place
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Uchasa(m): 10:54am On Feb 23
jlinkd78:
Thank you Nairaland for bring this here. The beautiful flyover is since completed but for primordial reasons best known to Wike it's still not commissioned possibly to inflict pain to d largely Igbo traders who rumour has it pelted the gov sachet water and hauled insults on him during one of his visit there

What Igbo traders?
Why are you always playing victim?
That we Ikwerres don't identify as Igbos does not mean they are no indegenous Igbo communities in Rivers State,Ndoni,Egbema,Ndoki,Omuma and Etche are all large indegenous Igbo communities in Rivers State, so how will Wike want to inflict pain on people who are also indegenous to the state he governs?
abeg shift one side
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Gombecity8866: 10:57am On Feb 23
old news
Re: Passengers Transported With Wheelbarrows At Rumuokoro Flyover In Port Harcourt by Uchasa(m): 10:58am On Feb 23
TheGoodJoe:


I blame the mumu Ikwerre youths who worship this man. If A thousand of them come out and break the barricades he put on that flyover, can Wike talk?

They just worship his idiocy.

You're just an Idiot, I'm sure you're an IPOB member.
Are Ikwerres the only indegenous nationality in Rivers State?
What of the Izons,Kalabari,Ogba,Ekpeye,Ibani and even your Igbo brothers in upland Rivers?

Idiot IPOB terrorist

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