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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Nowenuse: 11:03am 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 a Plateau indigène Who have lived most of my life in the south.
Yes my hometown Jos is a very nice place. The weather is so so cool and loveable, a mountaineous subtropical climate. You can stay a whole month in Jos without sweating. Infact, you will hardly ever sweat by walking under the sun for hours. You only sweat when you run or go to the gym.

Rayfield (Jos south) is a very good area. And the power supply there is almost 24/7. Apart from Rayfield. State lowcost, Federal low-cost and New Abuja are also very decent middle income neighborhoods in Jos south with cheaper costs of rent, high quality schools, good infrastructure and near 24/7 power supply. Like State lowcost where all the streets are tarred. Some streets in Rayfield are not tarred.

Don't allow anyone deceive you that religious crisis is very regular in the whole of Jos. No.
In most of Jos south, except Bukuru town, there are no longer muslims.
Even in Jos north-west, there are no muslims. However there is a strong presence of cultism there due to numerous slums and low income neighborhoods.
Where religious frictions tend to occur is Jos north-north and Jos north-east where Christian and muslim neighborhoods meet in almost 50- 50 proportions.

Food is becoming increasingly expensive in Jos, but it is still not anywhere close to that of Abuja or Southern Nigeria.
Though an agragrian state, food is becoming expensive because the demand for this food from Southern Nigeria and the Core north is increasing by the day. Food is no longer insanely cheap as it used to be like 10 years ago where 100 naira tomatoes and 100 naira potatoes can feed a family for days.

Lastly, I advice you to try your best to relocate your job to Jos. Abuja to Jos is close and thousands ply that road on a daily basis. However, once in a while, especially around the boundary area between Southern Kaduna and Nasarawa (Karu north), Fulani Herdsmen come out to terrorize the road. Though it is very rare.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by jabolo(m): 11:04am On May 04
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Begging...

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by 12345baba(m): 11:04am On May 04
Wrong move
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by loppy87: 11:06am On May 04
I feel it is a right decision to move to Jos with your family. I stayed in Jos for 9 years before I moved to Abuja with my family because of work. I lived in Rayfield for 4 years and I assure you will get a standard two bedroom in some areas in Rayfield with good light and security for 350 to 400k. Your kids will also have access to good schools at affordable costs. An average Rayfield resident in Jos will struggle here in Abuja, life is tough here I must confess but man must not relent. If you need contacts of house agents and any other info, feel free to reach out. Besides, even if your transfer request is not granted, coming to jos for weekends is not a bad idea. But kindly consider the security risks of travelling frequently through Abuja to Jos. God will help you.

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??

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by omoakin22: 11:06am On May 04
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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Gerrard59(m): 11:08am On May 04
LegalWolf:


Your bias is stinking. Was Hinny raped, kidnapped and brutally murdered in the "core Islamic North"? What of the various Christian southerners that damage the country's image through drug trafficking, terrorism, fraud and money ritual nko? We need to be introspective and come to the conclusion that all ethnic groups and religion have their bad eggs and good chaps ( This assumes I am talking to a reasonable person)

Almost everyone in the south condemned the act and pressed for the arrest of the perpetrators. How many Northern Muslims have done same regarding Islamic terrorism in the north (this assumes I'm responding to a sensible person)?

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by bigpicture001: 11:09am On May 04
@OP, whatever choice you make, don't include living away from your family and hope to visit by weekends... It will affect your wife and children and in the long run all the savings you mustered will b waste of effort.

Always stay with your family.. You created them

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Timzyatcool24(m): 11:10am On May 04
you will love it, till you come...
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by TheAdvocate(m): 11:10am On May 04
Brother, the cost of a 2 bedroom flat in Rayfield is about N400,000 to N500,000. You can get it for N250,000 to N300,000 in the surroundings. Transportation is cheap.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by maikalaf(m): 11:12am On May 04
Danielomisco:
Fact!! I stay in Jos currently, Rayfield any help u need will gladly help.

I planned on moving to Jos before the pandemic, but I'd no one that's familiar with the environment, so I'd to abort the plan. I'd like to know more, specially the house rent.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by CeejayCharles(m): 11:12am On May 04
I lived and worked in jos and was among the employees of one of the biggest IT firm in jos back then AfriOne. Jos is a lovely place and I have considered moving back there plenty times. If you have a remote job or some way to earn from Out of Jos, go ahead otherwise think it carefully. The place is nice, cheap and lovely but not a lot of ways to make money there for IT folks,

xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.
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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??
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by xristos(m): 11:12am On May 04
A big thank you to y'all sincere opinions....all is well noted.
Merci.
and thank you Mods for pushing to FP.
i wish there was a reward if your topic hits FP grin
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Gerrard59(m): 11:13am On May 04
nitt:


an e-idiot spotted

No point being overly emotional.

Tell me two good things that have come out from the Islamic part of Northern Nigeria in the current dispensation?

Just two, I'll wait.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by cayorday89: 11:14am On May 04
Onlinefarmstore:
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
Nice one Bro.. Please what time will you be most available to accept calls, called you twice already and both times you were busy and asked me to call back... Still expecting to hear from you.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Lostchild(m): 11:15am On May 04
momodub:
Jos is cool but money dry there

I met a guy last night who left Jos because money dry there as you say
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by agent01(m): 11:17am 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??
Hmmm. I will be relocating haven spent 9 years in Jos; to God be the Glory. There are good schools for your kids in Jos. Additionally, food stuffs and veggies are cheap. Your current house rentage can get you a nice 3 bedroom flat in rayfield and federal low-cost. However, the security situation in Jos is unpredictable. I wish you the best!
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by abujaGHOST: 11:18am 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 a lovely town. i have lived in jos since 2008 (Rayfield to be precise). i work in abuja now (since 2015). i recently relocated my family to Abuja. so i know abuja and jos. . . . Jos is a better town for a low/middle income earner to live when compared to abuja. The kind of schools that you would ordinarily spend less than 100k per term in jos, in abuja you could pay over 300k per term. life in jos is cool and affordable. cost of living in jos is very affordable when compared to abuja. for me, if i must live in abuja, it has to be Maitama, Asokoro, Central Area, Wuse 2 and environs. living in Rayfield Jos can almost be compared to living in these areas; Trust me on this!!

Bro if you need assistance to really settle and live a good moderate life in jos, hala me. Good Luck!!!

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by sageb: 11:19am On May 04
cobi11:
My Guy i give you one good advice you will thank me when you don dey seethe benefits,.Relocate Down South..come to Ughelli Delta State.
see the Future, 2 hrs to PH, to Warfi 20 Mins..Accomodation, food etc all cheapest..And your Profession will expose you to Bigger cpys in Warri and PH. Think about it oo.
Ughelli is cool but apart from oteri and Isoko road axis, the other areas ain't commercial hub.
the major company there is betaglass. no other one
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Lostchild(m): 11:20am On May 04
Gerrard59:


Almost everyone in the south condemned the act and pressed for the arrest of the perpetrators. How many Northern Muslims have done same regarding Islamic terrorism in the north (this assumes I'm responding to a sensible person)?

Islam don finish Northern Nigeria.

embarassed
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by mrdharkchild(m): 11:21am On May 04
Seniorwriter:
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
If you are ready to take food from someone's mouth because u feel its bad, be ready to provide a suitable and not a literature replacement.

U don't tell your friend to leave someone's house(because u feel d person is bad), and at d end of the day, u just give a motivation on how to go about a solution.

I laugh in milkshakes grin grin grin
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by hoseao(m): 11:22am 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??
very peaceful place inspite of few security challenges. I severed in one of the local government, good weather round the year affordable housing, not too expensive women, lovely ladies low cost of living in geeneral. I have always wanted to relocate there just waiting for the opportunity (job offer) I would grab it with both hands.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by omoharry(f): 11:23am On May 04
coscj:
I can may agree your decision because I have been in jos for 2 years now. The weather is chilling, clean environment and peaceful security wise. However, it lacks the hustling spirit you would usually find in lagos, port Harcourt and abuja. Above all, i think jos will be great for raising ur kids given the respectful and calm demeanor of the city's populace.
The bolded is the reason why i am looking at settling down in Jos in the nearer future..I have spent 10 years working in Lagos and I am tired of the hustling and bustle of the city life.I see myself settling down in a calm and quiet state like Jos; While I start & establish my farm business there..Then, visit friends and family in Lagos ,Abuja and PH from time to time. Peace and quiet is what I really need.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Hammyaladin(m): 11:24am 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??
Bro I all you do, don't play that Abuja road.... Mfks are deadly af... you can't predict how they operate..

I'll advice you work Completely in Jos without having to go to Abuja by highway.

my two cents.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by samwillyco1(m): 11:27am On May 04
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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Seniorwriter(m): 11:27am On May 04
mrdharkchild:

If you are ready to take food from someone's mouth because u feel its bad, be ready to provide a suitable and not a literature replacement.

U don't tell your friend to leave someone's house(because u feel d person is bad), and at d end of the day, u just give a motivation on how to go about a solution.

I laugh in milkshakes grin grin grin

Seems you took my mention out of context...try re-read it for better comprehending.
My advocacy for extra income is not in tandem with resigning from his present job....unless you can highlight where i stated it.


Deep Quote
Ability to read and comprehend is a Superpower.

@Seniorwriter
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by menacity(m): 11:28am On May 04
sir i need your assistance on this too sir. I am in Delta State



ecomalchemist:
Let me give you a brotherly advice, and I hope you work on it...
First of all I counsel people and I have done that on nairaland for a while... I have met great and good guys...
I dropped a story about my experience teaching in two schools as a corper and would not mind partnering with schools in abuja, but some accused me of looking for teaching job... Never ever mind what people say...
Back to the matter...
As a graduate, teaching and earning 15k, e no bad... But once you have a good (android) phone, go to any car stand of your choice around your area... Listen well, any good car stand and ask to see the manager... Tell him you want to help him market his cars and get good buyers... 90% of car stand managers will sign u on... Tel him you will be paid a small commission after sales...
Pick up your phone, snap as many cars as your phone memory can take, open a dedicated twitter ac, IG ac, Facebook ac, WhatsApp ac, ac etc... Take out time to post this cars, make sure you have the actual prices of this cars... You can add as much as #250k on it... Bring down the negotiations to as low as making #50k if need be just so I can sell. Set your monthly target... I assure you, if you get I client in a month, u make around #100,000k once you start growing, you can get as much as 5-10 client from all over the country and that hits you over #1m for just helping others sell their cars, Note all you invested was your time, energy, phone and data... No big financial capital...
Do not restrict yourself to cars, go for industrial machines as well, caterpillars, mikano gens, any thing, then you look for those big companies that need them and try to call their attention to it or market it to them... You may not sell in 3 months but when you manage to get a client to buy just 1 caterpillars, my brother you will instantly forget that u suffered before...
A friend of mine was marketing a silo for a local wielder, he received a call all the way from kebbi state, the purchase was made in Ilorin, he made #1.8 mil from buyers and #400k from seller... He still got a referral from that deal. Wake up bro...
Within a month or two, come and pay (tite).
I drive uber/bolt in abuja, market cars, sell commodities such as beans, maize, wheat, ginger,onions, name it... In bags and tonnes
And I make nothing less than half a mil monthly...

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Cutezt(m): 11:29am On May 04
xristos:
A big thank you to y'all sincere opinions....all is well noted.
Merci.
and thank you Mods for pushing to FP.
i wish there was a reward if your topic hits FP grin

I am from Jos, born and bred, lived most of my life in Jos until 5 years ago when I moved to Lagos for greener pastures, now, I'm doing far better in Lagos, I run my company remotely and still hold a job which does not make up for 20% of my monthly earnings even tho I'm required to be there just 2 times a week.

I was in Jos in December after spending 3 years without going back, and the visit made me realize how much I missed Jos and how life can be easy, it also opened my eyes to see how we suffer unnecessarily in Lagos.

Jos absolutely lacks the hustling spirit that Lagos has and things are very calm and slow there, there are no jobs too, most people survive through handwork, so make sure you hold down that your job tight, and also get madam doing something too.


My friend stays in a nice 1br apartment around Bingham teaching hospital and pays just above a 100k, I stay in the same in Lagos and pay almost x4 of that amount, it's crazy, I am thinking of moving back to Jos too since my job is remote. The only problem is that the cultisim in Jos is now extreme, I grew up in an area called Apata, was born there and all, many of my friends are now big time cult guys, even though I am relatively safe due to old time sake with these guys, but still, you can never tell.

We sat to drink, eat, wine and dine during my last visit with many of them, but like people said already, going somewhere like Rayfield is fine, it is safe, and relatively cheap compared to Abuja, but also, do not move in the night, it is not advisable.

Good luck...

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by mofedamijo(m): 11:31am On May 04
Jos is best for you and your family Sir.

Growing up, there were so many whites in Jos. They had several businesses and tourism was booming. The whites and other foreigners enjoyed Jos because of the weather, food, serenity and ambience.

Today, I don't think you will find a white person in Jos. Probably a Reverend Father or Sister.

Nigeria.... Ohhhh I weep for you. Growing up in Lagos, the NEPA pickup had a speaker on it. They would drive around our community to announce load-shedding due to transformer maintenance. If they tell you 3hrs of no electricity, then its three hours, and thereafter, electricity will be restored. There was no Internet, but they were efficient.

I haven't been home in years, however, i remember my childhood in Lagos, and I compare it to the Nigeria of today...... Just so sad.....

I hope to start a movement, to help other African Countries from falling like Nigeria. So help me God.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Floreate: 11:39am On May 04
Nice idea, may God grant you Favour. I havr lived in Jos and Abj. The former is easier and more convinient for beginners.

Good luck bro
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Maliqcious: 11:47am On May 04
Currently in Jos since 2018 honestly Jos is a nice place to stay. Food, social life and cheap transport fee with a nice ambient. You can save too. I even have a self contained room for rent at low cost, rantya close to the I.T.F roundabout. If you need good quality bred of dogs am your plug call or whatsapp me on 08066895593 from Jos we waybill to you anywhere within and outside Nigeria.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by mrdharkchild(m): 11:49am On May 04
Seniorwriter:


Seems you took my mention out of context...try re-read it for better comprehending.
My advocacy for extra income is not in tandem with resigning from his present job....unless you can highlight where i stated it.


Deep Quote
Ability to read and comprehend is a Superpower.

@Seniorwriter
My thoughts exactly.
Your mention is not in tandem with the OP's post. He clearly asked a direct question that doesn't clearly relate with his income.
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