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Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by tempusfugit: 9:09am On Mar 11
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Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by Ijaya123: 9:25am On Mar 11
EXOUSIAng:

I don't think so.
Oshodi to ABK by road last I heard was 1k. Consider the fact that he was moving from Ebutte metta. and he didn't have to wait for a bus to move whenever it got filled up. you won't have the luxury of charging your phones, AC, legroom, restrooms etc on a bus. I think its just fair.
I am currently in ABK, I will the train a try om my next trip here.

Now consider how many passengers the bus can accommodate compared to the train? Rail transportation is cheaper in any part of the world.

Also imagine someone who works in Lagos and wants to live in Abeokuta. 4K transport fare daily isn’t possible.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by RexTramadol1: 9:28am On Mar 11
Babysho:
Village Boy. He said Ebutte Metta station is beautiful.
You con dey blow loud music for train with this fake Chinko Bluetooth speaker wey be like kettle




Omo I be think na flask sef

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Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by jowagtd(m): 10:51am On Mar 11
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Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by AdekunleScience: 11:18am On Mar 11
onuman:


You live in fantasy World.

You lie to the birds of the air, not to persons who are in Nigeria and know the revenue generation sources of Nigeria.

You would have since declared Oduduwa Republic if the economic permutations you made above are anything close to reality.
1. Yorubas know the people who are in the occupation of spreading propaganda to distract people from realizing that Yorubaland is the actual goose that lays the golden egg for Nigeria, in terms of revenue. Just remember that no condition is permanent. A day of reckoning will surely come for said people because individuals might forgive and forget but nations don't.
2. The economic permutations are excactly as stated in my earlier post. Now, as to why we are yet to formally declare Oduduwa Republic, this is the answer which you might already be aware of but chose to pretend; The real people who holds Yoruba down are the English in the U.K. Fulani are merely a proxy of the English in their continous drive to steal the wealth of Yorubaland. Yoruba are pragmatic, we are aware that any war declared against Nigeria or Fulani is actually a declaration of war against England. We are not ready to go to war with the English now because we are humble enough to accept that the potential outcome won't favor us based on current parameters. But remember no condition is permanent.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by shiffynaani(m): 11:53am On Mar 11
EXOUSIAng:

I actually love the speed trains your PDPgave us during their 16 years in office... I mean they real good ainit...
Question: Have you ever been able to buy a bicycle for anyone in your life?
or should I be asking if you can afford a bicycle?
I think you should answer the 2nd one first
Bro, I'm neither APshit not PDP. I am not surprised with your response though. When salient questions like this are raised, instead of we, Nigerians, to collectively analyse these questions through a logical lens, we would rather result to unnecessary bickering about ethnic or party affiliations.


This is the primary reason why those animals that called themselves leaders exploit us.

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Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by hansomb: 12:50pm On Mar 11
Kriss216:
cool

Pink lips is the first sign of a useless boyfriend.
what if it's natural like mine. Maybe you a weed smoker which has made your lips black n unattractive. Hence the envy.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by onuman: 2:54pm On Mar 11
AdekunleScience:

1. Yorubas know the people who are in the occupation of spreading propaganda to distract people from realizing that Yorubaland is the actual goose that lays the golden egg for Nigeria, in terms of revenue. Just remember that no condition is permanent. A day of reckoning will surely come for said people because individuals might forgive and forget but nations don't.
2. The economic permutations are excactly as stated in my earlier post. Now, as to why we are yet to formally declare Oduduwa Republic, this is the answer which you might already be aware of but chose to pretend; The real people who holds Yoruba down are the English in the U.K. Fulani are merely a proxy of the English in their continous drive to steal the wealth of Yorubaland. Yoruba are pragmatic, we are aware that any war declared against Nigeria or Fulani is actually a declaration of war against England. We are not ready to go to war with the English now because we are humble enough to accept that the potential outcome won't favor us based on current parameters. But remember no condition is permanent.

Bolded:
In other words, you know you have a country, Nigeria, which is a plantation of the English.
You are ready to remain in slavery you have been in since 1914. Awuuuu.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by AdekunleScience: 3:26pm On Mar 11
onuman:


Bolded:
In other words, you know you have a country, Nigeria, which is a plantation of the English.
You are ready to remain in slavery you have been in since 1914. Awuuuu.
We also know and have not forgotten the case of those who made our situation worse because of greed and their covetous urges, which made them to suspend the beautiful regional system that gives some level of autonomy to ethnic nationalities. As well as those who currently perpetuate the unitary system that was imposed by the former. As I said earlier, individuals might decide to forgive and forget but nations don't. The parameters that hinder us from engaging the English right now will not last forever. When the tide turns in our favor, no god/God can stop us from avenging our nation against all her foes in a disppropotional manner.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by Numerouno94(m): 9:13pm On Mar 11
Basher8583:

This news pain this IPOB enter bone marrow. Chai
Oga i nor b Ipob. I'm frm d middle belt. For una mind anybody dat aint happy abt Buhari's regime is an Ipob.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by Numerouno94(m): 1:00pm On Mar 12
UncommonLogic:



I'm not a so called billionaire but I can feed you and your whole family without breaking a sweat.
I bet I have been making good legitimate money before you were even conceived.
My daily income alone when converted into naira without a doubt is enough for you to start trade in your evil enclave- FACT.
Dumb ass idiotic slowpoke.
Get a FVCKING life and FVCK off.

Audio millionaire. Empty barrel makes d loudest noise. Some of u will b forming audio millionaire 2wads ppl dat re way better dan u in reality.
Go nd slip oga.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by UncommonLogic: 1:54pm On Mar 12
[quote author=Numerouno94 post=99823439]

Audio millionaire. Empty barrel makes d loudest noise. Some of u will b forming audio millionaire 2wads ppl dat re way better dan u in reality.
Go nd slip oga.[/quote]




Another reta@ded delusional confused soul. Dumb ass monkeys like you think that anyone saying anything good about the govt is being paid 30k. I had to let your fellow gullible poverty stricken IPIG monkey know that I have been making legitimate money before he was even conceived.

So STFU AND FVCK OFF, you don't know the genesis of an argument just put your low IQ brain into the conversation. You fvcking slowpoke.
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by ijaola(m): 11:04pm On Mar 13
Should be cheaper
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by TJMighty(m): 7:08am On Mar 17
ezugegere:
The fact is, it will cost me less to go to Ibadan by road. It is also not faster.
You're right brother....
Re: My New Lagos - Ibadan Train Trip To Abeokuta (Pictures) by Timmyblinks: 11:23am On Jul 20
Please will train move from Ibadan today? Being public holiday

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