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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 7:46pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

That's if it's above 10mw ...what we need in the south east ( igbo land ) is a gas pipeline master plan

Ohanaeze needs to get every igbo subgroup to declare they are igbos or not ...let's know the map of igbo land first

Once that's done we map out our gas master plan ...in such a way that ... neighborhoods can come together and build 1mw to 10 me and power their homes n business

Companies can build power plants and power their industries then our quota of national grid is sent to the vilages
this a nice movement which I believe will happen once we get Biafra is achievable and more cheap to manage what of wind energy
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Penguin2: 7:46pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


A lot of people may not know this but Aku ruo uno mantra actually started when the 2011 post election riot happened in the north.

That was the red line for so many Igbo business men living in the north at that time.

A lot of them formed together and started buying land all over the east. Enugu was the first city to experience this boom then the rest followed.

They started building family houses to house their wives and children in the east. So that way their families are no more in harms way.

Exactly!

So many Igbo traders in the north have all built a house in the East and brought their family down here. Now it’s just them left in the north doing business.

If anything happens that they need to run, it will be easier for them because they will be running alone. And even if they get cut up in a crossfire, they would die alone unlike the 1960s when so many Igbo men died with their families and their linage exterminated.

Igbos are wiser now!

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 7:47pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
we need that kind of stuff here in the east lagos don't have consistent light per say oh

Yes the general public in Lagos don’t have stable electricity but those high rise buildings in Lagos have their own separate electricity supply. They don’t depend on the regular electricity supply that regular people get in Lagos.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by mrvitalis(m): 7:47pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


There is a gas masterplan for the south east on the table through SEREDEC but they are still working out the funding structure.
Why not sale the ownership ... estimate the total cost and divide it into units like shares

Let igbos all over the world buy ownership of it ,...it would be a plc with the share holders electing a CEO ...

That's the method I proposed , igbos can fund all our infrastructure project like this

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by mrvitalis(m): 7:48pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
this a nice movement which I believe will happen once we get Biafra is achievable and more cheap to manage what of wind energy
We can do this now without biafra we don't have to wait

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 7:49pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Yes the general public in Lagos don’t have stable electricity but those high rise buildings in Lagos have their own separate electricity supply. They don’t depend on the regular electricity supply that regular people get in Lagos.
hmm but don't you think in ward gas can be dangerous or risky
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 7:49pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

Why not sale the ownership ... estimate the total cost and divide it into units like shares

Let igbos all over the world buy ownership of it ,...it would be a plc with the share holders electing a CEO ...

That's the method I proposed , igbos can fund all our infrastructure project like this


That’s exactly their plan but my biggest problem with them is that they are very slow.

In fact they are planing on also creating a financing bank owned solely by igbos to facilitate financing major projects in Igboland.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 7:51pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

We can do this now without biafra we don't have to wait
true but look at ibeto and some of the other start-up the fed government rubbished do you think the will not so with there bad belly
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 7:51pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
hmm but don't you think in ward gas can be dangerous or risky

Yes it can be dangerous but it’s advantages far outweigh the disadvantages.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by mrvitalis(m): 7:53pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
true but look at ibeto and some of the other start-up the fed government rubbished do you think the will not so with there bad belly
We are smarter than northerners there are loop holes we can explore to our advantage

If your power plant is not more than 10 mw u don't need to transfer it to national grid

We can build 50 10mw across anambra instate of one 500mw

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by mrvitalis(m): 7:54pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


That’s exactly their plan but my biggest problem with them is that they are very slow.

In fact they are planing on also creating a financing bank owned solely by igbos to facilitate financing major projects in Igboland.
First first we need to define who is n who is not igbo ...let's draw our map first

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 7:55pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Yes it can be dangerous but it’s advantages far outweigh the disadvantages.
what of other means "wind" "Solar" Gas can be more mad if don't done right it can lead to so many factors
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 7:55pm On Jun 13
The developments is scaring me each time I travel from Awka to Onitsha you will always see structures spring up here and there I went to Onitsha yesterday I saw another bonded terminal they are building called Zenith bonded terminal, not to far from Donclimax bonded terminal at Nwofia, Donclimax built massive bonded terminal in Nawfia that axis now host three bonded terminals, Blue Anchor at Amansi, Zenith and Donclimax these are Lagos base guys, Emeka Offor is also building one in Oba close to Onitsha, Nkwelle is something else estates here and there, close to Ogunike tollgate industries are spring up down to Zubix biscuit avenue Ogidi, I pray that the incoming governor of Anambra state need to build another flyover bridge at building material junction the traffic holdup in that express especially towards evening is something else, the new airport road all the land in that axis has skyrocketed many developers are acquiring land there, Awka is story for another day, in my life seriously now is the first time I see our people aggressively investing at home. Anambra in next ten years will be cosmopolitan state, from old road no bush when driving from Onitsha to our boundary with Enugu in Awka the whole place is fully built up, they're now closing the gap along Express section with the airport in that axis and the new road by RCC watch out Anambra

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 7:57pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

We are smarter than northerners there are loop holes we can explore to our advantage

If your power plant is not more than 10 mw u don't need to transfer it to national grid

We can build 50 10mw across anambra instate of one 500mw

Thanks for saying this. The major thing that the east is lacking now is gas pipeline but I trust igbo business men will rush to generate their own power less than 10 MW if or once gas is available.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 7:58pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

We are smarter than northerners there are loop holes we can explore to our advantage

If your power plant is not more than 10 mw u don't need to transfer it to national grid

We can build 50 10mw across anambra instate of one 500mw
hmm clever to say 10 mw or 12mw to go the cost is it not the same as 20mw just asking
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:00pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
what of other means "wind" "Solar" Gas can be more mad if don't done right it can lead to so many factors

We have the wind options in Enugu and Ebonyi.

If we mount wind turbines in the hills of Enugu and ebonyi, it can generate electricity in surplus.

Because we have gas in abundance in the south east, I am not a big fan of solar farms. Rather I prefer everyone should mount solar on their roofs to supplement their electricity supply.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 8:04pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


We have the wind options in Enugu and Ebonyi.

If we mount wind turbines in the hills of Enugu and ebonyi, it can generate electricity in surplus.

Because we have gas in abundance in the south east, I am not a big fan of solar farms. Rather I prefer everyone should mount solar on their roofs to supplement their electricity supply.
yeah very nice electricity is an issue in east we need to solve this with every penny energy we have, we left one particular side on touch "tourist attractions" We have this at is lower level right know in South eastern
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 8:05pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:
The developments is scaring me each time I travel from Awka to Onitsha you will always see structures spring up here and there I went to Onitsha yesterday I saw another bonded terminal they are building called Zenith bonded terminal, not to far from Donclimax bonded terminal at Nwofia, Donclimax built massive bonded terminal in Nawfia that axis now host three bonded terminal Blue Anchor at Amansi, Zenith and Donclimax these are Lagos base guys, Emeka Offor is also building one in Oba close to Onitsha, Nkwelle is something else estates here and there, close to Ogunike tollgate industries are spring up down to Zubix biscuit avenue Ogidi, I pray that the incoming governor of Anambra state need to build another flyover bridge at building material junction the traffic holdup in that express especially towards evening is something else, the new airport road all the land in that axis has skyrocketed many developers are acquiring land there, Awka is story for another day, in my life seriously now is the first time I see our people aggressively investing at home. Anambra in next ten years will be cosmopolitan state, from old road no bush when driving from Onitsha to our boundary with Enugu in Awka the whole place is fully built up, they're now closing the gap along Express section with the airport in that axis and the new road by RCC watch out Anambra
great development but the problem is the high rate of accommodation hitting up
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:05pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:
The developments is scaring me each time I travel from Awka to Onitsha you will always see structures spring up here and there I went to Onitsha yesterday I saw another bonded terminal they are building called Zenith bonded terminal, not to far from Donclimax bonded terminal at Nwofia, Donclimax built massive bonded terminal in Nawfia that axis now host three bonded terminal Blue Anchor at Amansi, Zenith and Donclimax these are Lagos base guys, Emeka Offor is also building one in Oba close to Onitsha, Nkwelle is something else estates here and there, close to Ogunike tollgate industries are spring up down to Zubix biscuit avenue Ogidi, I pray that the incoming governor of Anambra state need to build another flyover bridge at building material junction the traffic holdup in that express especially towards evening is something else, the new airport road all the land in that axis has skyrocketed many developers are acquiring land there, Awka is story for another day, in my life seriously now is the first time I see our people aggressively investing at home. Anambra in next ten years will be cosmopolitan state, from old road no bush when driving from Onitsha to our boundary with Enugu in Awka the whole place is fully built up, they're now closing the gap along Express section with the airport in that axis and the new road by RCC watch out Anambra

Awka, Onitsha and Nnewi are the triangle of Anambra state

Just like Houston, Austin and Dallas are the triangle of Texas, state in America.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by mrvitalis(m): 8:06pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
hmm clever to say 10 mw or 12mw to go the cost is it not the same as 20mw just asking
If we are to be an advanced society has pipeline must be laid in every street

So what I'm saying is a group of 100 streets of 10000 houses can come together contribute and buy a 5 billion naira ...that's 500k per house ...then buy gas and provide power for themselves ...this would produce over 200 jobs in that locality ... boasting local GDP and increasing productivity

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by mrvitalis(m): 8:08pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Thanks for saying this. The major thing that the east is lacking now is gas pipeline but I trust igbo business men will rush to generate their own power less than 10 MW if or once gas is available.
That's why that gas master plan is important , am a mechanical engineer with interest in pipeline engineering n fluid flow analysis ...it's something we can do its easy

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by odduduwa: 8:08pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


We will get it in abundance with more stable electricity because those high rise buildings need lifts.
have you lived in Europe before ?
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 8:09pm On Jun 13
I hardly have time I would have been covering these areas, it has been long I visited harbour industrial estate, last I went there I saw new projects, the new area mapped out for industries is Ozubulu, Sea horse, Jolly Jolly noodles and others, next governor will focus on roads to the new industrial estate, with second niger bridge in that area will boast business and developments in that axis, Anambra is on the right track we just need technocrat to consolidate on the present administration legacy, Seplat gas project will aggressively boast businesses in the east especially Imo and Anambra, Aba is enjoying Shell gas now

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:10pm On Jun 13
odduduwa:
have you lived in Europe before ?

No why?
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by NGpatriot: 8:11pm On Jun 13
Penguin2:


Have you considered hanging yourself to escape Igbo torment?

It’s a wonderful option you should consider and it’s free. You need not spend any dime from your paltry 30k.


Stop assuming that other people consider what you consider doing to yourself every time you look in the mirror.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 8:11pm On Jun 13
heniford2:
great development but the problem is the high rate of accommodation hitting up
accommodate is cheap in Onitsha but expensive in Awka just like Lagos main land rent are cheap when compare to Lekki axis

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 8:12pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

If we are to be an advanced society has pipeline must be laid in every street

So what I'm saying is a group of 100 streets of 10000 houses can come together contribute and buy a 5 billion naira ...that's 500k per house ...then buy gas and provide power for themselves ...this would produce over 200 jobs in that locality ... boasting local GDP and increasing productivity
this may take a 6years plan or more right
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 8:13pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:
I hardly have time I would have been covering there areas, it been long I visited harbour industrial estate, last I went there I saw new projects, the new area mapped out for industries is Ozubulu, Sea horse, Jolly Jolly noodles and other, next governor will focus on roads to the new industrial estate, with second niger bridge in that area will boast business and developments in that axis, Anambra is on the right track we just need technocrat to consolidate on the present administration legacy, Seplat gas project will aggressively boast businesses in the east especially Imo and Anambra, Aba is enjoying Shell gas now
wonderful
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:18pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

That's why that gas master plan is important , am a mechanical engineer with interest in pipeline engineering n fluid flow analysis ...it's something we can do its easy

This is the proposed gas masterplan for the south east by SEREDEC. I am very sure they need your talent.

Below is the details of the plan.

http://southeast.ng/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Gas-Pipeline-Presentation-SEES2018.pdf

Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by melodyogonna(m): 8:19pm On Jun 13
Ibadanpikin:
But do u know that ibadan with all its brown roofs still has more beautiful and nice buildings than all south east states.I will post pictures soon.
As far as you create your own thread and post it there
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 8:25pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


This is the proposed gas masterplan for the south east by SEREDEC. I am very sure they need your talent.

Below is the details of the plan.

http://southeast.ng/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Gas-Pipeline-Presentation-SEES2018.pdf
impressive what is seriously needed here is fund but am so scared of undergrand pipe gas installation seriously
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:28pm On Jun 13
mrvitalis:

Why not sale the ownership ... estimate the total cost and divide it into units like shares

Let igbos all over the world buy ownership of it ,...it would be a plc with the share holders electing a CEO ...

That's the method I proposed , igbos can fund all our infrastructure project like this


This is the south east financing arm being created to finance infrastructure in the south east. The name of the bank is called SEFCO. They will coordinate the mobilization of funds through shares form igbos home and diaspora to fund projects. Read below.

http://southeast.ng/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Abraham-Nwankwo-SEFCO.pdf

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