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Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Tomek09(m): 10:06pm On Jun 13
LadyRosa:
Lagos stinks to high heaven.

And it gets worst even on the island.

The water stinks,I no dey fit use am brush teeth or drink tea.

I don't even want to talk about how the gutters smells... Omo.

Anytime I come to Lagos,I feel sick!

Person go carry 80 million buy rubbish say na house?!? Then dey buy air freshener as if na everywhere be toilet for house.E no better to use the money go Asaba go buy correct house?!New house go dey smell like where rat die,you gats to keep the AC running like 247 to control odour,then pay nepa 80k monthly for recharge.

The water own vex me pass.Even when treated,i feel it's still dirty.E go dey itch me.

My hols remain small. angry
Messed up city. Even Ibadan is preferable to Lagos in serenity, less traffic wahala and rest of mind.

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Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Tomek09(m): 10:09pm On Jun 13
GreyLaw:


But not everywhere is like that in Lagos. Humans live in Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki Phase one, Alausa, Magodo, Banana Island, etc. Yes, there are slums in Lagos (a lot of slums) but there are still cool areas.

The government have robbed the people blind, but there are still cozy areas.
Living in slums should be discouraged by government if Nigeria is a serious country.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Tomek09(m): 10:13pm On Jun 13
Realist12:
A lot of people outside Lagos cannot comprehend, Lagos happens to be the forerunning state in Nigeria with a lot of facilities that other states in Nigeria can only dream of . Lagos is the power house of Nigeria, most oil companies, bank headquarters, telecommunications giants,
shipping companies based in Lagos. If Lagos shuts down for a week . Nigeria will be in chaos . The picture above shows containers and tankers going to load and distribute to nooks and crannies of the country.
All Nigerians in Lagos are working for the greater good of you Nigerians that are enjoying peaceful life in your states ... i don't know why you like to envy rather than give kudos to Lagosians
There's nothing enjoyable in living a stressful life or looking older than your age due to stress. People wake up around 4:00am only to beat traffic yet they will still reach their work place by 8 to 9:30am. Is this not madness?? I will break down completely if I try living in Lagos for one month. This life no suppose hard at all...

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Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Tomek09(m): 10:20pm On Jun 13
LadyRosa:


Lagos stinks no caps

I was born and bred in Lagos, infact I was born in Surulere,then moved to Ikeja, back to festac then to lekki.


Na lekki I hate pass.Very useless place.Although I no longer base in Lagos but my family trees are scattered there.

Anybody that wants to enjoy his money should move to FCT.
Life for FCT Abuja is the coolest ever in Nigeria. Very serene and well planned city.

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Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Realist12: 12:53am On Jun 14
Tomek09:

There's nothing enjoyable in living a stressful life or looking older than your age due to stress. People wake up around 4:00am only to beat traffic yet they will still reach their work place by 8 to 9:30am. Is this not madness?? I will break down completely if I try living in Lagos for one month. This life no suppose hard at all...
that's why you should be thankful to the lagosians who lose their sleep for Nigeria rather than blame them . I grew up in lagos as a secondary student I wake up as early as 4 or 5 to avoid traffic whenever I have a journey . It's always been a part of me up till now . Lagos has provided a rapid bus transit and lanes but the traffic is still overwhelming.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by guobe: 3:20am On Jun 14
Tomek09:

Honestly. U said exactly my mind.
That just it
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by guobe: 3:21am On Jun 14
Tomek09:

There's nothing enjoyable in living a stressful life or looking older than your age due to stress. People wake up around 4:00am only to beat traffic yet they will still reach their work place by 8 to 9:30am. Is this not madness?? I will break down completely if I try living in Lagos for one month. This life no suppose hard at all...
absolutely spot on
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by guobe: 3:25am On Jun 14
Softmirror:


What I find most disturbing is the high rate of crime in New York. Well good for your cousin but kindly advice your cousin to utilise the opportunity at hand with respect to the exchange rate of Nairal to Dollar.
yes He is.The useless naira has no value so he is balling with it.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Uchek(m): 3:26am On Jun 14
Even the so-called areas are not xpensive ghetto

GreyLaw:


But not everywhere is like that in Lagos. Humans live in Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki Phase one, Alausa, Magodo, Banana Island, etc. Yes, there are slums in Lagos (a lot of slums) but there are still cool areas.

The government have robbed the people blind, but there are still cozy areas.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by princemillla(m): 3:39am On Jun 14
guobe:
Just came across this on twitter now,is Lagos

state still like this?


I really don't want to comment but for the record. If am correct this should be apapa road. And that's for sure an old picture before it was reconstructed by dangote on a deal with fed/lasg govt.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by virus05(m): 3:44am On Jun 14
Assetinvestor:


I'm ready for the bastards!

It shall never be well with any soul supporting a disaster to rule Nigerians. Haven't 200 million people suffered enough? Why worsen their already terrible situation by bringing a plague upon them?

I repeat, it shall never be well with those souls trying to foist a fossil on Nigerians because of ethnocentrism or cronyism.
Amin.

All ye Tinubu urchins, God punish you all.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by virus05(m): 3:51am On Jun 14
Pakute:

You be from Anambra but your family are scattered in Lagos, yet Lagos stinks, Lol.. Eran Ogun.
Lagos was the former capital of Nigeria, get that into your braindead head. Don’t even compare to Anambra, you should be comparing Lagos to Johannesburg. Stop praising nonsense. Lagos is not developed.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by guobe: 4:21am On Jun 14
princemillla:



I really don't want to comment but for the record. If am correct this should be apapa road. And that's for sure an old picture before it was reconstructed by dangote on a deal with fed/lasg govt.

but it seems alot of portions have failed and there is still heavy traffic gridlock

Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by Tomek09(m): 5:39am On Jun 14
Realist12:
that's why you should be thankful to the lagosians who lose their sleep for Nigeria rather than blame them . I grew up in lagos as a secondary student I wake up as early as 4 or 5 to avoid traffic whenever I have a journey . It's always been a part of me up till now . Lagos has provided a rapid bus transit and lanes but the traffic is still overwhelming.
I prefer Ibadan, Abuja and the rest.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by princemillla(m): 7:12am On Jun 14
guobe:
but it seems alot of portions have failed and there is still heavy traffic gridlock


It can never fail bro, it's the most thickest concrete road in Nigeria. That picture was old pic before dsngote took over that road. And belive me those tanker n trucks has been decentralized from that region so gridlock caused by them is minimal aside normal traffic etc
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by guobe: 7:41am On Jun 14
princemillla:



It can never fail bro, it's the most thickest concrete road in Nigeria. That picture was old pic before dsngote took over that road. And belive me those tanker n trucks has been decentralized from that region so gridlock caused by them is minimal aside normal traffic etc
okay
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by jumper524(m): 7:45am On Jun 14
LadyRosa:
Lagos stinks to high heaven.

And it gets worst even on the island.

The water stinks,I no dey fit use am brush teeth or drink tea.

I don't even want to talk about how the gutters smells... Omo.

Anytime I come to Lagos,I feel sick!

Person go carry 80 million buy rubbish say na house?!? Then dey buy air freshener as if na everywhere be toilet for house.E no better to use the money go Asaba go buy correct house?!New house go dey smell like where rat die,you gats to keep the AC running like 247 to control odour,then pay nepa 80k monthly for recharge.

The water own vex me pass.Even when treated,i feel it's still dirty.E go dey itch me.

My hols remain small. angry
people like una take style wicked. The way you take analyze am ehhn, person when never go lagos go think say e bad reach that level.
Re: I Saw This On Twitter,is Lagos Still Like This by LadyRosa(f): 9:16am On Jun 14
jumper524:
people like una take style wicked. The way you take analyze am ehhn, person when never go lagos go think say e bad reach that level.

For some places he worst.

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