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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by StrongInBed: 8:24am On Sep 04
KillMNKnow:
One of the best minister.



I wonder when Igbos copied this red cap from Egypt/Sudan and Kanuris. It looks weird on them

Will you shut up and keep kwayet boy,red cap is traditional Igbo symbol all the local tribes you mentioned are not known for it, maybe they borrowed from Igbo after their arrival from Mali.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by KillMNKnow(f): 8:31am On Sep 04
StrongInBed:


Will you shut up and keep kwayet boy,red cap is traditional Igbo symbol all the local tribes you mentioned are not known for it, maybe they borrowed from Igbo after their arrival from Mali.
you mean you Simians develop ancient Egypt and Nubian Empire

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by Ajibel(m): 8:33am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:
Ondo needs a seaport and ogun needs a dry port to ease the pressure on the Lagos ports. When will the minister consider this?

Are you aware of Lekki Port?
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by StrongInBed: 8:36am On Sep 04
KillMNKnow:
you mean you Simians develop ancient Egypt and Nubian Empire

Shut up,does the Caps look the same? Who give a Bleep about confused Egypt and One local tribe called Nubian.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by KillMNKnow(f): 8:45am On Sep 04
StrongInBed:


Shut up,does the Caps look the same? Who give a Bleep about confused Egypt and One local tribe called Nubian.
Even Jews will not call ancient Egypt confused. Talkless of you lowlife Simian

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by TheLionofLasigi(m): 8:46am On Sep 04
StrongInBed:


Will you shut up and keep kwayet boy,red cap is traditional Igbo symbol all the local tribes you mentioned are not known for it, maybe they borrowed from Igbo after their arrival from Mali.

Red cap like isi-agwu is a recent introduction in Igbo culture. Your fore fathers had no civilization talkless of an empire.....they ran around, hunted and fvcked around half naked in the forest.....your dressing was similar to that of the Zulu's of south africa....not that it's a bad thing. Have you seen Zulu women in their traditional wears....the problem with you Igbos is that you're always trying so hard to westernize your culture.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by RichDad1(m): 8:51am On Sep 04
ArcSEMPECJ:


The news said Proposed and not finished......
But remember;
PMS now...#175
Cooking gas...#600 per kg
4 pieces of Firewood.....#200 per piece
Dollar rate..........#530 / 1 naira
Food stuffs....x 10 of former prices in PDP time

Should I continue to name them?
Or are you living in the caves not to know of them and praise GEJ and PDP if you are a sincere person...



I can also tell you dollar was around #100 before PDP comes to power in 1999
PMS #45
Goods, commodity and Food stuffs wasn’t as expensive in 1999 as PDP left them in 2015.
So if you want to compare, bring it on!
But I know the concept of inflation is alien to your comprehension.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by StrongInBed: 8:51am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


Red cap like isi-agwu is a recent introduction in Igbo culture. Your fore fathers had no civilization talkless of an empire.....they ran around, hunted and fvcked around half naked in the forest.....

Said One animal that can't trace his ancestral land only to land in nigeria as a bloody immigrant from futa jalon. We are far civilized for people who don't know their origin.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by AlhajiBitcoin: 8:55am On Sep 04
Narrow Gauge Minister.

The minister who agrees to construct standard rails into another country.

But approves narrow gauge for his state and Geopolitical zone.

In Nigeria, it's all about selfish interests, with zero national interest. My cousins are in Niger republic.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 8:55am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:
Ondo needs a seaport and ogun needs a dry port to ease the pressure on the Lagos ports. When will the minister consider this?

Another port in SW will not ease pressure on Lagos ports. More ports (or dredging existing port plus equipment upgrade) in the SS will dramatically reduce pressure on Lagos ports. An inland port in the hinterland of SW connected by rail will make even more sense, so as to take cargo off the roads in lagos and reduce the cost of moving cargo out of lagos which I understand is more than the cost of bringing said cargo from China.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by TheLionofLasigi(m): 8:55am On Sep 04
StrongInBed:


Said One animal that can't trace his ancestral land only to land in nigeria as a bloody immigrant from futa jalon. We are far civilized for people who don't know their origin.

Lol check my edited comments.

Am not fulani neither do I like them....am from ibadan, and one of the ruling houses in ibadan.... tracing my roots isn't a problem. And you should know that the initial Igbo wear like the Zulu's wasn't uncivilized in my opinion, it's just that they weren't a fully developed society.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by StrongInBed: 8:56am On Sep 04
KillMNKnow:
Even Jews will not call ancient Egypt confused. Talkless of you lowlife Simian

Egyptian and israelis are not mate any day anytime,besides we are too good to be reduced to a confused clowning egyptians that lost all their confused utopian civilization. I'm not here to be educated by a confused bloody immigrant from futa jalon that is not indigenous to this geographical expression called nigeria.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by StrongInBed: 8:58am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


Lol check my edited comments.

Am not fulani neither do I like them....am from ibadan, and one of the ruling houses in ibadan.... tracing my roots isn't a problem. And you should know that the initial Igbo wear like the Zulu's wasn't uncivilized in my opinion, it's just that they weren't a fully developed society.

Okay, I hate attacking my fellow southerner...I reserved my comment... peace.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 9:00am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


Lol check my edited comments.

Am not fulani neither do I like them....am from ibadan, and one of the ruling houses in ibadan.... tracing my roots isn't a problem. And you should know that the initial Igbo wear like the Zulu's wasn't uncivilized in my opinion, it's just that they weren't a fully developed society.

This is not Yoruba traditional attire. This was adopted from Hausa-Fulani, who in turn adopted it from African Arabs. Before then, you guys were running around naked. What is the real Yoruba traditional attire? Do not lie

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by Patrioticbreed9(m): 9:01am On Sep 04
KillMNKnow:
One of the best minister.



I wonder when Igbos copied this red cap from Egypt/Sudan and Kanuris. It looks weird on them

Egypt dont use red caps it's actualy morocco.


The red cap is a symbol of respect between anambara and benin due to the european influence, european crowns back then esp portuguese was the combination of red cap and metal decor watch jack the slayer end part to understand what i mean.

Meanwhile the southern igbos of imo and abia uses the wooly red and white igbotic cap.

The real origin of the red cap is europe. Kanuri got their from the berber, the berber got their from europe.. Shikenan.
Modified!.

Actualy the fez hat originated from ottoman empire not europe but europe brought it to benin-nri region while the berber distributed it in the sahelian region.

Morroco is the major country in north africa still using it, check barapapa for instance
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by Sirmikeokah(m): 9:02am On Sep 04
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by StrongInBed: 9:05am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


Flatin0 dumb stop embarrassing your tribe. Egypt created one of the first and greatest empires in the world, Isreal is only great today because of help from America.

Shut up there,they created nothing still in alexander they can't stop admiring the igbos.

You think I'm a confused immigrant like you from Guinea.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by SATELLITENET: 9:13am On Sep 04
Taliban parade American military equipments & armoured trucks:




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFBnhVgBXvI
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by oyatz(m): 9:15am On Sep 04
wink2015:
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DEEPSEA PORT AND A NORMAL PORT LIKE THE APAPA PORT, WARRI PORT, CALABAR PORT AND RIVERS PORT?

This slogan "deepsea port " has been ringing the news and the english dictionary for quite sometime now.

We have heard of LEKKI DEEP SEA PORT, AKWA IBOM DEEP SEA PORT, CALABAR DEEPSEA PORT, WARRI DEEP SEA PORT etc

The funny thing is that state that have the natural or normal sea port are itchying to have a deepsea port when they have not leveraging the economic benefit of their traditional ports in their state.


At present there are no deep sea ports in Nigeria.


Apapa and Tin Can Ports are built in the Lagoon.

Onne Port, Rivers State is built on Bonny River (there is no Sea in Port Harcourt and the city is about 30km inwards away from the Atlantic ocean).
Warri and Calabar are also built in Estuaries.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by eastOFwest(m): 9:19am On Sep 04
Patrioticbreed9:

Egypt dont use red caps it's actualy morocco.


The red cap is a symbol of respect between anambara and benin due to the european influence, european crowns back then esp portuguese was the combination of red cap and metal decor watch jack the slayer end part to understand what i mean.

Meanwhile the southern igbos of imo and abia uses the wooly red and white igbotic cap.

The real origin of the red cap is europe. Kanuri got their from the berber, the berber got their from europe.. Shikenan

Exactly!

Nigerians will turn anything into hate-fueled ethnic argument, full of insults, that only exposes how ignorant they are, and does not serve any good to the tribe that they are claiming to represent.

Human practices move from place to place, often modifying as it goes along. Nobody invents everything and it's only a backward, insular and barbaric group that will not change and adapt to new and better things. Imagine the audacity of a person from a tribe who adapted better things from other tribes (no matter how long ago) accusing another tribe of not being proud of their culture by adapting? How twisted and depraved is that? Tueh!

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by BKayy: 9:20am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


Red cap like isi-agwu is a recent introduction in Igbo culture. Your fore fathers had no civilization talkless of an empire.....they ran around, hunted and fvcked around half naked in the forest.....your dressing was similar to that of the Zulu's of south africa....not that it's a bad thing. Have you seen Zulu women in their traditional wears....the problem with you Igbos is that you're always trying so hard to westernize your culture.
Ndigbo were fashion designers before the white people came

It is only one tribe out of the big three that dressed like zulu and I have receipt for my ascertion

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by TheLionofLasigi(m): 9:23am On Sep 04
OnlyDeCapPlease:


This is not Yoruba traditional attire. This was adopted from Hausa-Fulani, who in turn adopted it from African Arabs. Before then, you guys were running around naked. What is the real Yoruba traditional attire? Do not lie

I knew some idiot would bring up this falsehood. But repeating a lie multiple times doesn't make it truth.

The agbada style clothing isn't synonymous only with the Yoruba's but the fabric such as aso-oke done in parts of Oyo and adire done in parts of ogun state for hundreds of years ago is testament to the fact that we didn't inherit agbada from any fulani from futa jalo.....plus have you even taken time to research the typical fulani dressing? A simple google search would cure your ignorance; first picture below is the known fulani dressing, after that is an ancient picture of an ibadan bride, groom and his best man taken in the early 19th century, after that is a picture of Igbo women taken around the same time.....you can't revise history to help your damaged ego unfortunately.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by TheLionofLasigi(m): 9:29am On Sep 04
BKayy:

Ndigbo were fashion designers before the white people came

It is only one tribe out of the big three that dressed like zulu and I have receipt for my ascertion

Demonic history revisionist. Abdul wasn't even a Yoruba name so how would a yoruba witch doctor bear the name abdul witch is clearly an Islamic name, plus reverse search those images and you'd find out that those are American Samoans. In your stupidity you failed simply edited a picture without doing your scam well. Dumb flatin0 pig, and you're yet to show us pictures of your fashion designer gucci tribesmen grin stupid rettarded bush running ngwua cannibals.

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by TheLionofLasigi(m): 9:32am On Sep 04
StrongInBed:


Shut up there,they created nothing still in alexander they can't stop admiring the igbos.

You think I'm a confused immigrant like you from Guinea.

Lmao. Ok.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by TheLionofLasigi(m): 9:33am On Sep 04
OnlyDeCapPlease:


This is not Yoruba traditional attire. This was adopted from Hausa-Fulani, who in turn adopted it from African Arabs. Before then, you guys were running around naked. What is the real Yoruba traditional attire? Do not lie

The yoruba bride looks stunning by the way... grin
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by Patrioticbreed9(m): 9:35am On Sep 04
BKayy:

Ndigbo were fashion designers before the white people came

It is only one tribe out of the big three that dressed like zulu and I have receipt for my ascertion

Yeah you are right the northern igbo were nothing the zulus.

The northern igbos on the other dont expose their breast.
Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by Patrioticbreed9(m): 9:41am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


I knew some idiot would bring up this falsehood. But repeating a lie multiple times doesn't make it truth.

The agbada style clothing isn't synonymous only with the Yoruba's but the fabric such as aso-oke done in parts of Oyo and adire done in parts of ogun state for hundreds of years ago is testament to the fact that we didn't inherit agbada from any fulani from futa jalo.....plus have you even taken time to research the typical fulani dressing? A simple google search would cure your ignorance; first picture below is the known fulani dressing, after that is an ancient picture of an ibadan bride, groom and his best man taken in the early 19th century, after that is a picture of Igbo women taken around the same time.....you can't revise history to help your damaged ego unfortunately.

Black&white celuliod,black & white digital and colored digital taken the same time? Bro if african telling histories with lies we wont get better..

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Re: Amaechi Inspects Proposed Site For Bonny Deep Seaport by eastOFwest(m): 9:45am On Sep 04
TheLionofLasigi:


I knew some idiot would bring up this falsehood. But repeating a lie multiple times doesn't make it truth.

The agbada style clothing isn't synonymous only with the Yoruba's but the fabric such as aso-oke done in parts of Oyo and adire done in parts of ogun state for hundreds of years ago is testament to the fact that we didn't inherit agbada from any fulani from futa jalo.....plus have you even taken time to research the typical fulani dressing? A simple google search would cure your ignorance; first picture below is the known fulani dressing, after that is an ancient picture of an ibadan bride, groom and his best man taken in the early 19th century, after that is a picture of Igbo women taken around the same time.....you can't revise history to help your damaged ego unfortunately.

So you are back from your emergency furious Google search eh?

There is no doubt that some women in regions all over Nigeria dressed like the women in the 3rd picture in that era. There were also some people in the era, in all regions in the South, who dressed in full English wear. Google will give you results for what you search for.

Yes I agree with you. The agbada style is not synonymous only with Yorubas, so who did they adopt it from? Adire and aseoke done for 100s of years? Big lie!

Also you conveniently showed only fulani attire, meanwhile this is Hausa attire from an era before the one you showed. I'm 100% certain that the Yoruba attire was adapted from Hausas.

Stupid argument anyway.

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