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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by YorubaPrince: 3:58am On Mar 05
EmekaA125:

It's not by drilling borehole but difficulty in getting clean water. The way you ewedu eating bastards reason sometimes eeeeh. U haven't travelled beyond Ore before yet you claim to know how SE looks like. Ndi ala

You're very correct! I've NEVER gotten out of my beautiful Yoruba land cuz... I've got no reason to go to a wretched, savage, muddy jungle region in SE Nigeria. cheesy
Else, why do >90% of Okoro Savages abandon their wretched, muddy jungle in search of greener pastures in a Yoruba region flowing with milk and honey? grin

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by YorubaPrince: 4:00am On Mar 05
EmekaA125:

Powering of Oji-River thermal station with coal was made obsolete because of insensitivity and sheer negligence of successive Enugu/SE governments. Very pathetic

It shows how savage Okoro pple really are. grin

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by PeachtreeReside(f): 5:31am On Mar 05
yorubarere:
During my service year, I camped in Enugu. Awgu camp built on ojukwu bunkers.

Enugu generally have water issues and it is more pronounced during the dry seasons.

Water business is a very big business over there.

But it is surprising that Igbo people avoided this thread. It is nothing to be ashamed of. The topography of Enugu made such draught possible and I think coals contaminated a lot of their water.


Was quite surprised at the water issue

Enugu is sooo peaceful.

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by yorubarere: 5:49am On Mar 05
PeachtreeReside:



Was quite surprised at the water issue

Enugu is sooo peaceful.
Water is a major problem there. Enugu is a nice environment tho

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by femi4: 6:25am On Mar 05
042 in crisis
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 6:26am On Mar 05
The second picture is UNN Hostel during water scarcity.
LOL.
Anyways, anyone living in Enugu know that dry seasons are plague with water scarcity. Except you re lucky to live in a house where there are few or no tenants which means the water source will not run dry.

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by blowjohn(m): 6:59am On Mar 05
KanuSE:


Orogun my hood grin , are you based in Ibadan?

Was based there many years ago
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by grossintel(m): 7:10am On Mar 05
collagiatepaper:
Not that I am insulting Enugu, but in actual sense Enugu is like village compare to PH. This is a fact and not an insult. Again PH has better layout, planning, serenity, industrial and commercial strength far more than Enugu. There's not supposed to be comparison between the two at all.


Lol, in actual sense both of them are like villages. But one looks more like a village than the other. Having lived in both cities for more than 7 years, I give the village award to PH. Even the well planned areas you're talking about does not exist, goto GRA, Woji, Garrison area, Rumokoro, Rumokurushi.

All you see are clustered small houses with old leaking roofs and poor blocked drainage systems. PH also have a problem of uneducated people, the average youth their doesn't want to goto the university, because after all NDDC and Shell give out job slots to their communities yearly so uneducated people with no degree work on rigs and earn big salaries.

Enugu have a problem of red soil and water, apart from this it's a beautiful city. Beautiful houses and structures are abundant their, the kind of houses ordinary people with low paying jobs live in Enugu, are exclusively for rich and oil workers in PH. Infact Enugu is much well planned out, enter places like independence layout, GRA, Zoo estate, you'll easily think you're out of Nigeria if not for the red soil that gives out its look.

Enugu is also cool, insecurity is far from that area. People go out like they don't have much to worry about, it's just perfect to raise a family there. I think ave said enough, and this is my opinion. Everyone is entitled to their own view wink

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by Kebbiprince: 7:10am On Mar 05
sweetjohn:
Inconsequential idiot ... You way don travel Everywhere waitin you gain... mumu
Cc lalasticlala Mynd44 OAM4J rule 2
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by collagiatepaper: 7:16am On Mar 05
Enugu is a village compare to PH. Fact. Stop arguing nonsense

grossintel:
Lol, in actual sense both of them are like villages. But one looks more like a village than the other. Having lived in both cities for more than 7 years, I give the village award to PH. Even the well planned areas you're talking about does not exist, goto GRA, Woji, Garrison area, Rumokoro, Rumokurushi.

All you see are clustered small houses with old leaking roofs and poor blocked drainage systems. PH also have a problem of uneducated people, the average youth their doesn't want to goto the university, because after all NCDC and Shell give out job slots to their communities yearly so uneducated people with no degree work on rigs and earn big salaries.

Enugu have a problem of red soil and water, apart from this it's a beautiful city. Beautiful houses and structures are abundant their, the kind of houses ordinary people with low paying jobs live in Enugu, are exclusively for rich and oil workers in PH. Infact Enugu is much well planned out, enter places like independence layout, GRA, Zoo estate, you'll easily think you're out of Nigeria if not for the red soil that gives out its look.

Enugu is also cool, insecurity is far from that area. People go out like they don't have much to worry about, it's just perfect to raise a family there. I think ave said enough, and this is my opinion. Everyone is entitled to their own view wink

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by YurFatHer: 7:20am On Mar 05
not only in Enugu, it is the whole Nigeria that water is scarce
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by MICHEALADEX(m): 7:23am On Mar 05
See Texas
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by oyatz(m): 7:27am On Mar 05
Beremx:
The last time I witnessed water scarcity was during my teenage years in early 90s. I can't believe Enugu doesn't have water. What happened to boreholes?

Tinubu has destroyed the water system of Enugu State since you left the place.
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by oyatz(m): 7:28am On Mar 05
YurFatHer:
not only in Enugu, it is the whole Nigeria that water is scarce


Continue to deceive yourself.

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by cyrilamx(m): 8:13am On Mar 05
Boreholes wey full Benin yakpa. Benin hardly experience water scarcity as 3 in 5 houses do have boreholes.
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by Rickylambert(m): 8:15am On Mar 05
patoski39:
The past week has been hell for most Enugu residents. Water b like bitcoin here now o.. Imagine buying 25litres keg for 70naira, that's if u re lucky to find clean tank water,.. We've never had it this bad before, and funny enough that obesed school boy in the govt house doesn't seem to care angry angry
Stop typing rubbish,I singled you out because you posited to be in Enugu but you don’t know why there’s currently water scarcity.The 600million water project just kicked off.The crush layers will be connected from 9th mile hence the scarcity of water supply.It will be all over for good soon.

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by ZaramT: 8:21am On Mar 05
How stupid can you be? Very Stupid

35824L:
Developers who developed Lagos and Abuja can't give themselves water. Bia frauds.
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by Ibrahimmrfish(m): 8:24am On Mar 05
35824L:
Developers who developed Lagos and Abuja can't give themselves water. Bia frauds.
How many state in Nigeria have a functioning pipe water? 90% of Nigeria get their water from borehole,so stop this rubbish.

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by sweetjohn(m): 8:58am On Mar 05
Kebbiprince:

Cc lalasticlala Mynd44 OAM4J rule 2
Mumu! you are calling on the mods. what about you that started abusing me. You think the mods are fool abi. When you discovered that i over pass you you ran to the mods. idiot
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by EmekaA125(m): 8:59am On Mar 05
YorubaPrince:


You're very correct! I've NEVER gotten out of my beautiful Yoruba land cuz... I've got no reason to go to a wretched, savage, muddy jungle region in SE Nigeria. cheesy
Else, why do >90% of Okoro Savages abandon their wretched, muddy jungle in search of greener pastures in a Yoruba region flowing with milk and honey? grin
Point of correction, in search of greener pastures in Lagos because of the presence of seaport there. What about other SW States, how many Igbos are there?
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by EmekaA125(m): 9:03am On Mar 05
oyatz:


Tinubu has destroyed the water system of Enugu State since you left the place.
Desist from idiotic reasoning. Igbos in Lagos have right to criticize Tinubu and his activities because whatever happens there affect them as Lagosians or Lagos city residents.
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by EmekaA125(m): 9:10am On Mar 05
YorubaPrince:


It shows how savage Okoro pple really are. grin
That's SouthEast governors/leaders for you. Visionless, crude and I don't care set of fools. All the developments you are seeing in Igboland today, from real estate to hotel down to markets & churches were all individually driven efforts except Gov Dave Umahi that decided to leave an indelible footprint in sands of time in Ebonyi State. The remaining SE governors are nothing to write home about.
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by Kebbiprince: 9:13am On Mar 05
sweetjohn:
Mumu! you are calling on the mods. what about you that started abusing me. You think the mods are fool abi. When you discovered that i over pass you you ran to the mods. idiot
Cc lalasticlala Mynd44 OAM4J rule 2
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by EmekaA125(m): 9:20am On Mar 05
grossintel:
Lol, in actual sense both of them are like villages. But one looks more like a village than the other. Having lived in both cities for more than 7 years, I give the village award to PH. Even the well planned areas you're talking about does not exist, goto GRA, Woji, Garrison area, Rumokoro, Rumokurushi.

All you see are clustered small houses with old leaking roofs and poor blocked drainage systems. PH also have a problem of uneducated people, the average youth their doesn't want to goto the university, because after all NCDC and Shell give out job slots to their communities yearly so uneducated people with no degree work on rigs and earn big salaries.

Enugu have a problem of red soil and water, apart from this it's a beautiful city. Beautiful houses and structures are abundant their, the kind of houses ordinary people with low paying jobs live in Enugu, are exclusively for rich and oil workers in PH. Infact Enugu is much well planned out, enter places like independence layout, GRA, Zoo estate, you'll easily think you're out of Nigeria if not for the red soil that gives out its look.

Enugu is also cool, insecurity is far from that area. People go out like they don't have much to worry about, it's just perfect to raise a family there. I think ave said enough, and this is my opinion. Everyone is entitled to their own view wink
Succinctly deposited. My elder brother, an Architect schooled in ESUT and I used to visit him then. Enugu is well planned. Apart from Lagos and Abuja, no State capital can match Enugu in terms of well planned city, serenity, recreational centres, good rood interconnectivity etc. The only problem the city has is accessibility to clean and portable water supply. If the State government can solve this issue, life will be very easy & less stressful for the residents there.

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Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by EmekaA125(m): 9:24am On Mar 05
YorubaPrince:


You're very correct! I've NEVER gotten out of my beautiful Yoruba land cuz... I've got no reason to go to a wretched, savage, muddy jungle region in SE Nigeria. cheesy
Else, why do >90% of Okoro Savages abandon their wretched, muddy jungle in search of greener pastures in a Yoruba region flowing with milk and honey? grin
Trash talking. I won't go low with you bro
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by collagiatepaper: 9:35am On Mar 05
Enugu city..this is how 90% of Enugu looks. Over rated jungle


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8LoaqNQ14A


Kebbiprince:

You're a stark illiterate nincompoop, where have u been on the globe to make noise about Germany importing water. Village boy like u feeling funky over what he doesn't know and comparing a well civilised Germany with the dusty, dirty and drought infested enugu. Go to school illiterate
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by RoyalUc(m): 9:37am On Mar 05
yorubarere:

Naija factor. If person fam no be elite for this country, e deh hard to move. Las Las, things go pure. I hail u bros

Enjoy!!!
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by RoyalUc(m): 9:42am On Mar 05
descarado:
shocked
U guys should take this lying easy.

Who is actually lying?
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by alasane: 9:47am On Mar 05
And Igbo people are busy shouting IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu (the fugitive) the "no lefeledom no erekshon."
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by sweetjohn(m): 10:03am On Mar 05
Kebbiprince:

You're a stark illiterate nincompoop, where have u been on the globe to make noise about Germany importing water. Village boy like u feeling funky over what he doesn't know and comparing a well civilised Germany with the dusty, dirty and drought infested enugu. Go to school illiterate
Cc lalasticlala Mynd44 OAM4J rule 2
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by sweetjohn(m): 10:03am On Mar 05
Kebbiprince:

Stupid boy, when face with the truth u go on crying. Cry cry babe grin cheesy cheesy cheesy grin
Cc lalasticlala Mynd44 OAM4J rule 2
Re: Water Scarcity In Enugu: Long Queues Sighted In Most Parts Of The State (Photos) by sweetjohn(m): 10:04am On Mar 05
Kebbiprince:

Village boy like u wey never comot for him village before, get the fvck outa here
Cc lalasticlala Mynd44 OAM4J rule 2

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