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Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Victoria Garden City?

Sender Says this is a photo of Victoria Garden City after it rained yesterday...Oh My goodness!!!
This is what is called ''Big man big wahala''


Looks like these developers did not prepare for rain?



53 comments:

  1. Its the usual. The issue with this whole axis area is drainage but id rather keep living on the island. I can't live on the mainland. Very dirty and cramped up.Those of you who want to masturbate under my comment are free to do so

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    1. Mtchwwwwww and I hate that Island like what I don't know






      *Larry was here*

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    2. There's RCCG and APostle Suleiman's church etc. in the middle of this. They are wealthy. Claim to give freely. Why can't they give their Neighbourhood a good drainage system? And fix roads? Stella this pic is cropped. You for see am

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    3. Looks like it's getting worse, they should arrange speed boats for residents.

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    4. Very disappointed in HFP engineering. See their VGC, same problem every year

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  2. Stella, this is not new.... the place is always like that when it rains.... Lekki phase 1 is worse cuz n.a. smelling gutter water...

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    1. So you prefer smelling gutter water half year round to a cramped place. Atohunrinwa xxx have you heard of places like Ikeja GRA,Magodo phase and two,Omole Phase 1and 2,Ilupeju,Okupe estate maryland,Adeniyi Jones,Awuse estate Opebi.All these places are well spaced,no flood and very close to the airport.Lekki wannabe,I'm sure you were squatting with family members in orile or ijesha when you first got to Lagos.Agungi and Ilasan are part of the lekki peninsular too Abi?Lekki home kg broke people people and wannabes,kobo no dey bank account.

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    2. @ anon 10.34, God bless u, are u minding the idiot Trinity," a de ko de re", for all u know, the simple minded fool may be living in one boys quarter at after Ajah, claiming Lekki. Boasting is in their blood. Omo Oju ori olari.

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    3. Loooooool. Ikeja people, welcome o

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  3. Haaa! If these r SUVs then salon cars be doing some underwater things right there

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  4. VGC have always bin Like dat, all dey know is eat and be fat, throw parties, but dey can't fix Their drainage Problem, shiurrr.

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    1. 😃😂😂😂😂😂

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    2. I'm going to order a canoe in Ph ( kalabari) and tell them to deliver it to my friend in VGC😀
      Oh! What a perfect birthday gift👌🏽

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  5. Lol.
    When life gives you lemon, make large cups of lemonade.

    Just wear a swimsuit and swim out.

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  6. Is this not even more worse and embarrassing than the picture of flooding in GRA Asaba? And some people were raining curses on Anioma people, even though Okowa is not Anioma? Who you wan curse now?

    The moral of the story is that flooding can happen anywhere. It's on the news all over the world and we don't here people resorting to bigotry? If you want to hold the government to account, then do just and stop evil bigotry!

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  7. The painful aspect is the rubbish water in their stagnant gutters coming out to rub your feet. Pedestrians suffer more when its like this.

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    1. Pedestrians suffer more ke? Shey you didn't see the SUV that is in the picture ni?

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  8. Pple break pads will be making noise ehn..

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  9. Choi! Vgc that year,lol. This was the then banana island o.

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  10. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere7 June 2017 at 09:56

    My estate doesn't get flooded at all. It is not the whole of lekki that has this problem. This is the best time to check out houses if you want to live here. Rainy season exposes a lot. Would rather live here than choked up mainland.

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    1. Pls,what part of Kelli doesn't get flooded.coz I want to live there soon??

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    2. No be only Kelli, na Sonia. *yimu

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    3. My area in phase 1 is never flooded.

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    4. Mainland ke?? I can't deal. My eldest sis don quarrel that I don't visit her in ikeja. I can't fit

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  11. This is when one will be wishing they bought a Canoe instead of a car.

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  12. Wonderful. Let me stay for my lane.

    Big man big wahala. See those boys there, they will make good money. THis is good business, let me pray for more rain so that boys can wack

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  13. Advice to people living in the areas prone to flooding, you've got the money why not use it to save yourselves? Set up a committee of like minds and try to raise money for drainages. This is after you've done your estimates et al. It isn't the government that is suffering every year but you, the home owners/dwellers. We're not where we should be ideally in this country, so while you're still paying taxes for amenities not being provided, do what you can to reduce your discomfort. Or if that is too much to do, buy those inflatable boats that you can easily deflate and pack, lol

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  14. Meanwhile someone posted this pix and tagged it V G Sea, LMAO

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  15. Puhlease, if you don't live in VI, Ikoyi or Lekki Phase 1,no dey bend mouth say I live on the island. You hear? Na village, hinterland you dey reside. All these Igbenihigun, Lakowe,Argungi,Ajah riverine gals go dey wave hand like handfan.

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    1. Looooool but e be like say you dey live for mainland

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    2. Agungi has good houses.

      If you live after VGC, OYO is your case. No be Island you dey state

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  16. No be today Stella, it has teyed

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  17. It's not the developers who are to be blamed. They are 'a for profit org' & so they will just build where they have permit. They are not the ones who plan a city, that's for dept of town planning and works or its equivalent. (don't know the appellation of such body in naija ).

    So the body to be held accountable is the government of Lagos state or the dept of town planning who allocated building contracts to these real estate companies without a proper plan for the city. Na so oyibo take pass us. Every city is planned, as in drawn on a map with engineering allocations to issues of drainage, sewage disposal etc. How do we even erradicate malaria? When we always create a breeding ground for mosquitos & other life threatening parasites & diseases.

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    1. Thank you. Someone up there is busy mentioning RCCG and Apostle Sulaimon church as if they're the ones to channel the responsibility to.

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  18. hahahahahah anon 11:40 no kill me with laugh, which one be wave hand like handfan. Una mouth too much

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  19. if you grow up in lagos you will know that Ikoyi ,opebi ,maryland ,palmgroove ,surulere ,apapa even festac ,egbeda ikotun agege ogba oshodi isolo ajao estate is better off than lekki and the villagers living in ajah and its brothers and sisters axis .Is lekki vgc not former maroko abi what is it called .I love my mainland .

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    1. God bless you o. Festac and surulere is way more better than lekki rivers

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    2. which festac and surulere? oh please! na mouth kill lagosians. you all mainlanders should stop feeling inferior please and na una dey go east go form pass like say una dey better place for lagos.

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  20. FESTAC my hood

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  21. Na real wa. Yet they are forming tush. Ajibo island my ass. I prefer my Ajao estate anytime anyday.

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