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Sunday, December 17, 2017

High Speed Trains Arrive Nigeria from China. Photos

Some sets of high speed trains said to be among the fastest in Africa – have arrived Nigeria. The trains were received recently at Lagos Port, months after some Nigerian delegates inspected the rail coaches in Nanjing, China .







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*These are high speed trains?hmmmmm na wah!!!

25 comments:

  1. But is this the one for Lagos to Calabar, make una do quick o.

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    1. Na so dem team come parddinton station in UK, come dey snap ticketing office. Awon forward never, backward never.

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    2. Afi parddinton na.

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    3. High speed gini? If I hear!

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    4. Ewo ni parddinton? Did you forget the spelling?

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  2. This is the train that carried the bricks that was used to build the wall of China. I have seen high speed trains, this is an archaic joke

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    1. Hahahaha...so funny. And I'm sure they used billions of naira to acquire the locomotives. Shame!!!

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  3. Looks more like a vintage train if thats the picture up there.our leaders will never cease to embarrass themselves, bring in used trains if you want to, but don't call them high speed! Nonsense

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  4. Trains that other countries have abandoned we repair and call high speed trains

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  5. I hope the train stations are in good condition, if not, this is a waste of money and at the moment, the least of all Nigeria problem.
    Why can't Nigeria leaders make a scale of preference? Is this all the minister of transportation has to do at this moment...

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  6. These are not high speed trains.They are used as slow trains...

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  7. Lol! Me I want to travel to Kaduna from Abuja in the ''high speed'' train this Christmas,lol

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  8. This is a joke! 😨 what type of embarrassment is this bikonu?

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  9. I am not surprise because Nigeria is a dumping ground. We accept any trash that most countries wants to get rid of.

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  10. How can they call this high speed trains,do they think that we are stupid...these are dead trains from China 😤😤😤😤


    LEP😛

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  11. This is a complete lie. How can they call this high speed train?

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  12. This one na slow speed turtle train lol

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  13. Refurbished second hand trains

    SMH!

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  14. Can we ask whoever is in charge of procuring these high speed trains the average speed they'd be travelling at, then maybe their top speed as well.

    I tire for Nigerian looters, sorry leaders.

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  15. Someone has pocketed the money for the real train and bought this thing from the Chinese thrift store.

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  16. Someone has pocketed the money for the real train and bought this thing from the Chinese thrift store.

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  17. Ah Jehovah Nissi! Warisisdis?high speed gini? This old n rugged things,that looks like the one that, one mad man was standing ontop to commit suicide in India. Kai these people will not sell us out of Naija o. Lemme just go ansleep

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