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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by heniford2: 9:52am On May 02
TMKsouth:


Okay noted, Nigeria doesn't need electricity.
from your suck sick country
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by Finewarriboy: 9:52am On May 02
heniford2:
oh in Ghana you mean grin can SA think normal without using its dick or virginia grin grin you should leave Nigeria alone "bola", stop showing off here haba!! did we tell you that we need that stuff in Nigeria
Oga go speak for urself.... Nor be everybody you dey speak 4..

We need electricity, we need this thing... So bad say diz govt of doom don turn this country to iron damaged republic.
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by Zachsneider: 9:55am On May 02
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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by criuze(m): 10:00am On May 02
you mean power bank
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by Mhimi007(m): 10:09am On May 02
mytime24:
according to him, electricity is'nt rocket science, bt with him now it hs bcome bullet science
abi catapult science

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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by TMKsouth: 2:09pm On May 02
criuze:
you mean power bank

Almost true. I think powerships have a production element too - they add power instead of just storing existing electricity.

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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by RingRoadMafia: 2:24pm On May 02
heniford2:
oh in Ghana you mean grin can SA think normal without using its dick or virginia grin grin you should leave Nigeria alone "bola", stop showing off here haba!! did we tell you that we need that stuff in Nigeria

You reason like your brain has been fried by marijuana. How can someone be so confident in typing utter nonsense??

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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by uthman15: 2:34pm On May 02
I know Nigeria won't be amongst these countries
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by heniford2: 3:24pm On May 02
RingRoadMafia:


You reason like your brain has been fried by marijuana. How can someone be so confident in typing utter nonsense??
your the most useless person ever seen on planet earth your family member still regret having you as a son , if i were you, u find rope and hang yourself because you never ever be useful again in this life and in life to come
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by udomonday: 3:58pm On May 02
Legalcriminal:


Dem dey build am for Aba
Nigeria is always the last. In anything positive. But first in everything negative.
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by bluefilm: 4:26pm On May 02
How can a continent directly facing the Sun be clamoring for steady electricity all the time meanwhile Solar Energy is FREE?

What a shame!!!

By the way, Did Seun change the nairaland Font or Is it just me?

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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by julioralph(m): 5:21pm On May 02
Innovative.
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by TMKsouth: 5:28pm On May 02
bluefilm:
How can a continent directly facing the Sun be clamoring for steady electricity all the time meanwhile Solar Energy is FREE?

What a shame!!!

By the way, Did Seun change the nairaland Font or Is it just me?

Yeah, I'm also getting the new font grin.

Anyway, they claim solar is still expensive but purchasing it as the whole continent in unison could drastically reduce costs.
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by KingMack(m): 6:03pm On May 02
Good move!




Modified..if this one mistakenly shock person and the fishes for water especially this out careless count3 angry

Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by okrikaboi: 7:54pm On May 02
TMKsouth:


I tried searching for Nigeria references to powerships but there's nothing online.
Tamka
Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by Shattuck(m): 7:53am On May 04
this is the kinda news headline any serious nation ought to be making not " 50 killed by herdsmen" " buhari stands by jihadist patami" Nigeria becomes poverty capital of the world" Nigeria ranks low on human right says amnesty international"

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Re: SEE How Some African Countries Will Soon Get Electricity from Floating Ships-PIX by OSDD(m): 12:32am On May 05
We go soon do our Own....na underground own ..

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