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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by ThEGodFaThEr103(m): 8:29pm 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.
We are waiting for the beautiful pics. Oponu
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by ejanla077: 8:36pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Majority of Nigeria’s gas supplies is pushed towards Lagos through the west African pipeline system. That’s why Lagos has more stable electricity because lots of private and PPP entities just build their own power generation and connect it to the gas network.

This makes it easier for Lagos to have high rise buildings

The gas pipeline only power specific industrial estates.. Generally lagos do not have light
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:40pm On Jun 13
ejanla077:


The gas pipeline only power specific industrial estates.. Generally lagos do not have light

Yes I agree but lack of power supply usually affects regular people in Lagos. Those living in highrises have their own power supply that is separate from the public utilities.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Malawian(m): 8:43pm 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
What we need is Biafra, away from any Nigerian brigandry and bad bellicks.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by redsun(m): 8:43pm On Jun 13
Grassroots development is the way out of the chaos. People need to go back to their roots, hold the leaders accountable and start the fundamental change from there.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 8:45pm On Jun 13
Seplat gas project future of southeast industrial revolution to the completed fourth quarter of next year


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaW928KcfpE

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by ejanla077: 8:47pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:
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

Jolly jolly is located at nkwo to nkwo road oraifite..

The road is called Nkwo to nkwo because it leads from nkwo Oraifite to nkwo Nnewi market
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 8:48pm On Jun 13
ejanla077:


Jolly jolly is located at nkwo to nkwo road oraifite..

The road is called Nkwo to nkwo because it leads from nkwo Oraifite to nkwo Nnewi market
Okey
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by ejanla077: 8:50pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Yes I agree but lack of power supply usually affects regular people in Lagos. Those living in highrises have their own power supply that is separate from the public utilities.

They generate thr light. Most power with generator
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 8:55pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:
Seplat gas project future of southeast industrial revolution to the completed fourth quarter of next year


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaW928KcfpE

From the map, it looks like Anoh gas production is being channeled towards the north and west and away from the east. Are you sure this is not robbery in broad daylight masked as investment.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 8:58pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


From the map, it looks like Anoh gas production is being channeled towards the north and west and away from the east. Are you sure this is not robbery in broad daylight masked as investment.
Yes

Eastern, West and north

Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 9:01pm On Jun 13
ejanla077:


They generate thr light. Most power with generator

Yes they do generators but they also use what is called embedded power. Those manufacturing industries that connect to gas networks sell their excess power generation to high end residences at premium. The advantage is more stable electricity for them.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 9:02pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:

Yes

Eastern, West and north

Okay good thanks for the clarification. But I will still keep a close eye on them.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by oilyngbati(m): 9:04pm On Jun 13
For Igboland to fully develop, nnamdi cownu and his ipooos/Ipob must be destroyed completely.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Abagworo(m): 9:05pm On Jun 13
Getting built up is different from development so I go with the OP on his choice of caption which is expansion. Going by our limited landspace we rather not celebrate rapid expansion but real development instead. The way I'm seeing Nigeria it will be difficult for Igbos to achieve real development.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Anambra1stSon(m): 9:09pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Okay good thanks for the clarification. But I will still keep a close eye on them.

Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) has completed the final phase of its 20km domestic gas pipeline expansion project in Abia State, connecting Agbor Hill, Osisioma and Araria industrial zones.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 9:11pm On Jun 13
Abagworo:
Getting built up is different from development so I go with the OP on his choice of caption which is expansion. Going by our limited landspace we rather not celebrate rapid expansion but real development instead. The way I'm seeing Nigeria it will be difficult for Igbos to achieve real development.

On individual level, development is happening rapidly and is quite impressive. BUT On societal level, we a lacking so much there. We lack many critical development infrastructures. This is something government typically does in functioning societies but unfortunately we are in Nigeria.

So the best way forward now is for us IGBOS to take over infrastructure from the government. That is the only realistic way we can develop while staying in Nigeria.

This is the reason why I brought up what SEREDEC is planning to do.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 9:13pm On Jun 13
Anambra1stSon:


Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) has completed the final phase of its 20km domestic gas pipeline expansion project in Abia State, connecting Agbor Hill, Osisioma and Araria industrial zones.

Yes I remember this news. I can’t wait for things to fall in place so we can unleash our industrial potentials.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Abagworo(m): 9:53pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


On individual level, development is happening rapidly and is quite impressive. BUT On societal level, we a lacking so much there. We lack many critical development infrastructures. This is something government typically does in functioning societies but unfortunately we are in Nigeria.

So the best way forward now is for us IGBOS to take over infrastructure from the government. That is the only realistic way we can develop while staying in Nigeria.

This is the reason why I brought up what SEREDEC is planning to do.

I totally agree with you. The major setback remains convincing diaspora Igbos to believe in Nigeria. A lot of diasporans are extremely wealthy with advanced idea but will never bring it back home cause they don't like the way Nigeria is being run. Look at this guy from diaspora for example who brought a new idea on road construction to his village in Umungasi, Abia State. He is 100% financing it and I'm impressed with the outlook.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by heniford2: 10:01pm On Jun 13
Abagworo:


I totally agree with you. The major setback remains convincing diaspora Igbos to believe in Nigeria. A lot of diasporans are extremely wealthy with advanced idea but will never bring it back home cause they don't like the way Nigeria is being run. Look at this guy from diaspora for example who brought a new idea on road construction to his village in Umungasi, Abia State. He is 100% financing it and I'm impressed with the outlook.
nice saw that was wow great stuff
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Igboid: 10:06pm On Jun 13
Abagworo:
Getting built up is different from development so I go with the OP on his choice of caption which is expansion. Going by our limited landspace we rather not celebrate rapid expansion but real development instead. The way I'm seeing Nigeria it will be difficult for Igbos to achieve real development.

Don't tell me that you have finally seen the Light (Biafra) , that you have finally accepted that NIGERIA is irredeemable.
Have you?

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Igboid: 10:10pm On Jun 13
Abagworo:


I totally agree with you. The major setback remains convincing diaspora Igbos to believe in Nigeria. A lot of diasporans are extremely wealthy with advanced idea but will never bring it back home cause they don't like the way Nigeria is being run. Look at this guy from diaspora for example who brought a new idea on road construction to his village in Umungasi, Abia State. He is 100% financing it and I'm impressed with the outlook.

This is so good.
Virtually every street in the East should be able to afford this if they do proper fund raising.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by horsepower102: 10:21pm On Jun 13
Igboid:


This is so good.
Virtually every street in the East should be able to afford this if they do proper fund raising.

I was thinking of similar idea for main market onitsha.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by uglybug: 10:22pm 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

There is no need to say we are smarter than anyone, just make the point.
Yes, 10MW is doable, Fashola made that clear three years ago.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Igboid: 10:26pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


I was thinking of similar idea for main market onitsha.

Very nice concept.
Most streets in Onitsha and Obosi should be able to afford it too.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Abagworo(m): 10:35pm On Jun 13
Igboid:


Don't tell me that you have finally seen the Light (Biafra) , that you have finally accepted that NIGERIA is irredeemable.
Have you?

grin Nigeria as it presently is kills development but it can be redeemed so don't give up yet. Division is not always the best solution
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Abagworo(m): 10:37pm On Jun 13
Igboid:


Very nice concept.
Most streets in Onitsha and Obosi should be able to afford it too.

It is best for streets with high pedestrian presence and less vehicular movement. I have a feeling it might not withstand heavy duty trucks.
Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Igboid: 10:38pm On Jun 13
Abagworo:


grin Nigeria as it presently is kills development but it can be redeemed so don't give up yet. Division is not always the best solution

Mtchew.
Okenye na-agwo ofe! cry

I thought you had repented. grin

You are half way there Sha. Atleast now that you are no longer benefitting from Imo state government with Rochas fall. You will start to see things clearer.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by Igboid: 10:42pm On Jun 13
Abagworo:


It is best for streets with high pedestrian presence and less vehicular movement. I have a feeling it might not withstand heavy duty trucks.

It wouldn't.
Yes! Pedestrian streets would benefit alot from it.
They can put height restriction entrance gate at the entry and exit points to ensure heavy trucks don't gain access.

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by eduj(m): 10:53pm On Jun 13
horsepower102:


Majority of Nigeria’s gas supplies is pushed towards Lagos through the west African pipeline system. That’s why Lagos has more stable electricity because lots of private and PPP entities just build their own power generation and connect it to the gas network.

This makes it easier for Lagos to have high rise buildings

True, but many SS states have same gas pipeline but haven't been able to turn it to their advantage. Obj did the lagos-ogun axis gas pipeline which helped turn his state ogun to an industrial hub, Buhari I'd doing the AKK gas pipeline to help industrialize Kano,Abuja and kaduna (that gas pipeline will enter Niger republic one day).
The only industrial gas pipeline in the SE was a collaboration between a Eastern government and Shell during the construction of international glass industries Aba.
It's very important that the governor of imo use the opportunity of the anoh gas project to deliver gas to industrial Estates in imo, it's also very important Anambra government develop it's massive gas fields.
Just as we got tired of waiting for the Federal government to give the East a befitting international airport and began building two , the governor's of the East should pull resources together and get gas pipelines into our cities

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by eduj(m): 10:57pm 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
Ibeto played into the federal government hands, he forgot that Nigeria can never forget whom he is. He has been given the nkalagu cement plant, and for over 4 years now no tangible update. There isn't a cement manufacturing industry in the East today, despite the fact that we had the first in Nigeria. Develope the Nkalagu cement plant and he will have dominance in the East at least

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Re: Rapid Urbanization And Expansion Of SE Cities by eduj(m): 11:01pm On Jun 13
Penguin2:


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!

we are also seeing a rise in first class facilities down East, unlike before our people will site such facilities in other zones.

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