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Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by xristos(m): 10:00pm On May 03
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by sholatech(m): 10:29pm On May 03
If your work supports working remotely there is no reason whatsoever not to enjoy Jos(Jtown). Rayfield is very secured and there are many Affordable quality schools for your kids

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by TenOverTen111(m): 9:21am On May 04
Absolutely a great decision, I'm also here in Jos and I must say your assessment of Jos is correct especially with rayfield as your choice of base area, but I feel like Jos is really running to a high cost of living, base on my travel to various cities and states from Abuja and down south

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by TomShelby: 9:25am On May 04
Jos is a great place , the only problem is insecurity. Places like ray field is good and not too expensive but have to be careful about the insecurity problem in other part of the city and town

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by bro4u: 10:23am On May 04
Let me be the first to welcome you to the home of peace and tourism. No reason am sir, Jos is one of the few places to settle down in Nigeria. With cheap foodstuffs, friendly people and above all the best weather in Nigeria. I'd advice you stick to your preference of rayfield cos other places like angwan rukuba, apata, dilimi, gada bui etc go spoil your children.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by blazepascal(m): 10:25am On May 04
issorite
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Blaizy9(m): 10:25am On May 04
Jos is nice

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Onlinefarmstore: 10:25am On May 04
Hmm

Cost of Living Jos low
Jos Agriculture

Big boys Abuja,
Jos better education
Environment Jos

Major opportunity for food business Jos to buy sell Lagos Abuja

Check my profile to know what am saying

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by BigDawsNet: 10:25am On May 04
With the insecurities in jos I will say you should try and chill

Keep working and saving
Jos is also cold..the first year will feel diff

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by momodub: 10:25am On May 04
Jos is cool but money dry there

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Seniorwriter(m): 10:26am On May 04
I tell people to try choose their battles and always win your war.
Financial Sufficiency is victory over poverty war.
@OP untill you own your house and have a comfortable home without managing to live in a one bedroom flat you should be less relaxed about your location.
If you can or know how try get involved in earning residually.
That's why I can't do physical jobs full time...howbeit online jobs are the best bet for financial sustainability and freedom to having time to plan a better future especially when you are getting paid in hard foreign currencies with better value than Naira.

@Seniorwriter

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Gerrard59(m): 10:27am On May 04
You seem to have done the maths and economics (something most Nigerians don't do when taking life decisions), Jos is better for you than Abuja.

Regarding insecurity, nowhere is safe in Nigeria, as long as it's not in the core Islamic North (where nothing good has ever come out from).

Best wishes!

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Smartgeek(m): 10:28am On May 04
I hope you make the best decision in the end

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Reelmii: 10:28am On May 04
hmmmm...

1 bed room apartment in a village in Abuja is 370?


that is very high,,,, and please wen u move, try and find something for ur wife to do even if it is business, let her start something

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Depressed101: 10:29am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??
as for the fake.. Everything in Abuja is FAKE, I find it very disgusting

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Flames000(m): 10:29am On May 04
Them no dey advice person this kain thing na... ur body, ur bills and ur pocket go tell you.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by xpressionx(m): 10:30am On May 04
Aside from crisis,Jo's is a good place to be in,lots of Water melon,fresh "TOMATO JOS",
etc.....
Never been there,na read I read ooo

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Reeses: 10:31am On May 04
paulolee:
at first it was relocating from naija to abroad countries like canada and u.k dt trended...
but now tinz don too tight n people are asking for suggestions to relocate within d country bcoz i saw a post wen one guy was asking to move from ekiti to Lagos with just 20k...no wahala..
when our fada bubu finish with us eh, we would b seeing post like
1..how can I relocate from lekki to my village? which road is faster?
2..how can I relocate from Ogun to Lome??
Sai Wawa
3..how can I relocate from katsina to Zimbabwe...
Sai Wawa

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Goldiness: 10:32am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??






Jos is better than abuja, in terms of weather
And food, cheap housing as well, and besides it's somehow close to Abuja compared to other far states, since chika in Abuja is not worth your fancy and you know your spirit is in line with Jos, I advise you relocate to Jos, I love Jos for it's fresh cheap fruits and vegetables, it's calm and cold environment, but will you get a big job there and house to sustain you and your family, if not wait till you secure a house and job then relocate. But the riot in Jos, when it hits hard it can be a problem, but out side that it's a peacful place to be.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Zane2point4(m): 10:32am On May 04
grin
Security wise nko

U wan financial remuneration but u no concider your head?

Baba for now insurgency mite spread all over the North soonest, if they hvnt, any place wey no be east I no deh go.

Lagos sef wey I wan go since I nevr get morale yet blc I hear say gun men the shoot any car wey pass.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by osothermal(m): 10:32am On May 04
Jos is cool and cost of living is very okay. I don't know anywhere else a short drop is still #20

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by madukaanaya(m): 10:33am On May 04
i dont want to die in silence.i am hungry and in need of food to eat.pls i need help any help pls.0030658916 unity b

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Nackzy: 10:33am On May 04
You will enjoy jos more

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by ictjobber: 10:33am On May 04
Lol

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Joysticks(m): 10:34am On May 04
Fulani herdsmen and bandits.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by SpatialKing(m): 10:35am On May 04
Jos is a nice place...

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by LegalWolf: 10:35am On May 04
paulolee:
at first it was relocating from naija to abroad countries like canada and u.k dt trended...
but now tinz don too tight n people are asking for suggestions to relocate within d country bcoz i saw a post wen one guy was asking to move from ekiti to Lagos with just 20k...no wahala..
when our fada bubu finish with us eh, we would b seeing post like
1..how can I relocate from lekki to my village? which road is faster?
2..how can I relocate from Ogun to Lome??
3..how can I relocate from katsina to Zimbabwe...
me I don go buy my own book....I no de borrow anybody dis wan o..

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL. Baba you are comedian. Loooool. But truth dey wetin u talk sha. Bubu don screw us

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