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Re: Tour Of Jowizaza's Father Largest Lubricant Oil Plant In Nigeria - Jezco Group by koondog: 7:04pm On Jul 25
KosiGee:


I don’t believe he is not Igbo. You are actually the problem here. Unnecessary propaganda and lies shouldn’t be our trait.
You can promote someone or his accomplishments without comparing with other ethnicities. It’s very wrong.

Same person as that guy Mocey. A jobless yoruba guy who begs for money from Igbos, then turnaround to attack Igbos.
Re: Tour Of Jowizaza's Father Largest Lubricant Oil Plant In Nigeria - Jezco Group by oluztx: 11:26pm On Jul 25
godwinkessi:
I’m just here to let our Southwest brothers know that oluztx isn’t an Igbo man but a Fulani sponsored BMC that his only job is to act like an Igbo while making divisive comments against Yoruba people. It’s part of their divide and rule system that has completely failed. Nobody should mind him and many others. Go to all his comments here, even in places he shouldn’t comment nonsense, he makes sure he goes there to make it seem like Igbos and Yorubas are fighting. This their system worked in 2015 and they used it to rise to power. Now look at us now. Their are many other BMC unleashed to cause tribal fights. Nobody should mind them. The recent unity of Southern governors and their decision is giving them headache, and southerners have known their tricks. I know many people here know him

If you reply me again, I will beat that devil in you afonjas with rod. All you guys do is to inflict evil on Igbos 24/7, when you are caught, you blame Fulani.
Re: Tour Of Jowizaza's Father Largest Lubricant Oil Plant In Nigeria - Jezco Group by godwinkessi: 10:07am On Jul 26
oluztx:


If you reply me again, I will beat that devil in you afonjas with rod. All you guys do is to inflict evil on Igbos 24/7, when you are caught, you blame Fulani.


Fulani man! Ur trick won’t work
Re: Tour Of Jowizaza's Father Largest Lubricant Oil Plant In Nigeria - Jezco Group by All4good: 1:19pm On Jul 26
ascendo:


Jisi Ike... But it's better you stop all these comparison. Celebrate your little win though but not saying that Jezco produces 1/3 of lubes used in Nigeria. As at last year that Onowu Neni died, I mean Tonimas, he was the chairman of LUPAN. Yet his gigantic lube plant at Aba will not boost of 1/10 lubes produced in Nigeria. Get your data and information well, it get why

My brother I read it over 4 decades ago that if you go arguing with a mad person you will end up having two mad people in a conversation. Nobody including themselves will make any sense out of their conversation.

1/3 of what ? ? What is the total Consumption of lubricants in Nigeria. Does Mobil oil have data of Oil sales by Forte , Texaco, Tonimas, Seaman talkless of Jezco having this fact in order to reach such a statistical conclusion via a 3rd party blogger trying to earn some coins.

As a people we lack professionalism. I am not talking Ibo or Yoruba. Black race more like. I see the ethnic patriotism you were trying to show the OP but he can't understand it. "The journey is still far". Ibo's a fantastic business people found everywhere in the world. But that doesn't mean they win in every Statistics.
But seriously I don't understand why the OP is trying to corner you or reduce this thread to another ethnic jingoistic venture between Ibo and Yoruba.
I know the Jezco plant in Awka and I so much appreciate him for siting that plant in Awka as an Anambra man. Tonimas is from here but sited in Aba. We won't trash him for that, its business not charity. Seaman is sited in Oba and the list goes on I can't remember where Arthur Eze lubricant is located but is as old as Tonimas.
The corrections /criticism you gave were valid and should have been welcomed by OP in good faith to improve his reportage
Re: Tour Of Jowizaza's Father Largest Lubricant Oil Plant In Nigeria - Jezco Group by ascendo(m): 1:36pm On Jul 26
All4good:


My brother I read it over 4 decades ago that if you go arguing with a mad person you will end up having two mad people in a conversation. Nobody including themselves will make any sense out of their conversation.

1/3 of what ? ? What is the total Consumption of lubricants in Nigeria. Does Mobil oil have data of Oil sales by Forte , Texaco, Tonimas, Seaman talkless of Jezco having this fact in order to reach such a statistical conclusion via a 3rd party blogger trying to earn some coins.

As a people we lack professionalism. I am not talking Ibo or Yoruba. Black race more like. I see the ethnic patriotism you were trying to show the OP but he can't understand it. "The journey is still far". Ibo's a fantastic business people found everywhere in the world. But that doesn't mean they win in every Statistics.
But seriously I don't understand why the OP is trying to corner you or reduce this thread to another ethnic jingoistic venture between Ibo and Yoruba.
I know the Jezco plant in Awka and I so much appreciate him for siting that plant in Awka as an Anambra man. Tonimas is from here but sited in Aba. We won't trash him for that, its business not charity. Seaman is sited in Oba and the list goes on I can't remember where Arthur Eze lubricant is located but is as old as Tonimas.
The corrections /criticism you gave were valid and should have been welcomed by OP in good faith to improve his reportage

Daalu nwanne! Okwu gi dara uda. We believe in Anambra. Nke a bu nke anyi... but like I said, ezi eteka. Let's create our own and stop comparison and conclusions without data. You can see our airport, Akpokue did great. It's for Anambra but when we try to say that it's the best in Nigeria, it appears as if Nigeria has the best Airport in Africa... why cant we challenge ourselves with Airports outside Africa? Just Milan province in Italy is serviced by 3 Airports. I've used Linate several times, if you see infrastructure eh... that's why I said that ezi eteka... Nigeria isnt our standard. We believe that we can do it better. When we were producing guns and co during the war, our reference wasnt Nigeria. Go to Aba, they dont refer to Nigeria in their science and technology. Nnewi nko?

The day I visited Mobil Lube Plant at Marine Beach, Apapa, I marvelled.

Remember that comparison might be a sign of low esteem. The flyover bridges that Kano is building is the first of it's kind in Nigeria. What Ambode did at Oshodi is the first of it's kind in Nigeria. Let's do same...we can!

Igbo bu igbo ekenee m unu!
Re: Tour Of Jowizaza's Father Largest Lubricant Oil Plant In Nigeria - Jezco Group by All4good: 2:06pm On Jul 26
ascendo:


Daalu nwanne! Okwu gi dara uda. We believe in Anambra. Nke a bu nke anyi... but like I said, ezi eteka. Let's create our own and stop comparison and conclusions without data. You can see our airport, Akpokue did great. It's for Anambra but when we try to say that it's the best in Nigeria, it appears as if Nigeria has the best Airport in Africa... why cant we challenge ourselves with Airports outside Africa? Just Milan province in Italy is serviced by 3 Airports. I've used Linate several times, if you see infrastructure eh... that's why I said that ezi eteka... Nigeria isnt our standard. We believe that we can do it better. When we were producing guns and co during the war, our reference wasnt Nigeria. Go to Aba, they dont refer to Nigeria in their science and technology. Nnewi nko?

The day I visited Mobil Lube Plant at Marine Beach, Apapa, I marvelled.

Remember that comparison might be a sign of low esteem. The flyover bridges that Kano is building is the first of it's kind in Nigeria. What Ambode did at Oshodi is the first of it's kind in Nigeria. Let's do same...we can!

Igbo bu igbo ekenee m unu!


You will be shocked when you see the person you are arguing with in reality. You will feel offended with yourself not him.
I dropped my earlier comment because your maturity was commendable as you refrained from joining in or being dragged into dishing insults.
I bet you, most of what you wrote was not read neither are they interested in researching some of your points before arguing with emotions.
But allow me exit by saying that if we are matured then we must continue to pray and have hope in the societal subset that GMB calls "lazy youth". My people say "when you wake up is your morning". You see those lazy youths, they will wake up soon and understand that arguments are meant to educate and not "won".
Shalom

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