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Thursday, April 04, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post


None........I just close my eyes and sleep and refuse to experience the Journey..LOL

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  1. Lagos to Abuja by road.... I won't try that shit again.

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    1. My dear. The 4 times i tried, i regretted all. It aint funny at all.

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    2. As in ehn, tried it once..I was sick for a week after that.

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    3. Iv done Lagos-abj by road before when I was going for Nysc. And it wasn't that bad. Maybe cos it was a friends car. We just gisted throughout.

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  2. ....Ethiopia to Shanghai enroute Bangkok (over 17hrs)....

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    1. Hmmmm, I hope it is not what I'm thinking @Ron

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    2. What are you thinking ?

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    3. 2:30, if you know you know

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  3. ...when I traveled to Adamawa state for NYSC.
    Left by 04:00pm from Ijora 7up on Tuesday and got to the Camp in Girei local Government by 11:45am on Thursday.

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    1. I thought I wrote this. Jam banduπŸ˜†. Also served in girei.

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    2. What!!!!!😫😫😫. Hell no!!...

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    3. I only spent 3 weeks for orientation anon 19:37, I was redeployed to Delta State after orientation.

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    4. Same thing that happened to me, left Lagos Monday got to yola on Wednesday.

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  4. By road was Abuja to Calabar 9hrs journey...gosh! I regretted such a journey. Enroute for a friend's wedding...tiring and unending journey. A journey one gentlemanly guy offered me his shoulder to sleep on. Wherever u are,Thank you Bryan.

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    1. Every of your comment must end in sex or something suggestive. Just a journey from Abuja to calabar, you have already colonized Bryan's shoulders?
      What else did you colonize from Brian; his deek? So if the journey were to be from PH to Sokoto which is more than 24 hours, you will probably kidnap Bryan to your house and deal with the innocent man's deek? Hope you are having orgasm now?

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    2. @Lumie that long name
      Someone sees a stranger, a strange man for that matter in a bus and slept on his shoulders and you consider it normal? Bravo.
      For me it speaks volumes of the kind of upbringing such a girl has. The man might as well have played piano with her breasts while she slept there.

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    3. Lol. His shoulder was your solace. Aww

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    4. G & M, this anonymous is obviously teasing U, it's all love, I guess! Ur responses to them re pleasant though, I like...

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    5. G & M, this anonymous is obviously teasing U, it's all love, I guess! Ur responses to them re always pleasant though, I like...

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    6. 18.48 yes ooo, I am...Triple one at that. Don't i just love you?! Lmao! Pls mind ur biz.

      19.01 πŸ€—πŸ˜˜

      19.33 yes dear 😭

      19.34 na love cause am o 😎😎😎

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    7. You love someone, and you tell the person; "mind your business". How do the two converge?
      Perhaps Bryan sucked breast milk and sucked off your brain cells?

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    8. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.... Anonymous kukuma ke me with colonize Bryan's shoulder πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    9. 19.30 Yes, I slept on Bryan's shoulder come and beat me! Sleeping on his shoulder should keep shocking ur brain...iiisΓ©!!

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  5. My yansh hear rham for that journey.
    My foot too, swollen like that of a pregnant woman.

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    1. That was MURDER!!!... I am planning a Dallas to LA trip with my sis soon, 24hours road trip and I am even considering cancelling. I am the only driver😫

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    2. @Pisces are you in Dallas?? Omg we should link up I’d love to do a road trip like that lol

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  6. Travelling from Edo state to Niger state...My nyash hear ween that day

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    1. Which transport service did you use pls?

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    2. I used big Joe to zuba, from zuba another transport to suleja

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  7. First time i came to start schooling and to stay with my mom.
    It was Benin to abuja.
    I attended Regina pacis girls secondary school.
    Men it was a terrible school.
    Rev sister wickedness there don't have part two.

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    1. Benin to Abuja is 6 hours journey. Aje butter pikin

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    2. Hey Tenth, Ray Pacis was my school too. Yea the sisters were something elseπŸ˜‚ with evil seniors.

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  8. Night road trip from Lagos to Enugu way back!..
    Armed robbers attacked our luxurious bus somewhere in Benin!...
    Kai!..I will never forget that experience!..
    We ran inside the bush,slept there until 6am!...
    We came out to see our bus tyres deflated by those bastards!..
    We had to wait the whole day for the tyres to be fixed!...
    You can imagine those days when there was no GSM..my mom nearly died of heart attack...

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    1. You people entered and slept in the Bush?
      The monkeys, Gorillas and Lions did not ask who was coming to share their flats?
      And eat good dinner?

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    2. Those guys are just not smiling. Awon eruku!

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    3. 😁😁... nawah o @anonymous

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    4. Hmmm. You were very lucky o. Thank God for saving you guys

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    5. 18.51 is d same anon trolling me,lmao. Very mouthed somebody!

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  9. Mine is Nigeria to Dubai.
    Strong shit come hold me for plane... I was in d toilet for like 30mins. They were begging me to come out.
    If only they knew I hard to dip my finger in my anus to drag sh*t out. Ah! I suffered and d smell na die.

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    1. You hard to?
      What of if you soft to?

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    2. I think you should have just asked the flight attendants for a laxative. Ndo

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    3. Anon 18:52 yes, ‘hard’ to! Kill ur self.

      @pisces I don’t even know what dat is

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  10. I absolutely hate travelling. Each one longer than the last. 😧😧😧

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  11. Night bus with mumsy...from lag to the east!

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    1. Thank God momsy went with you because you would have gotten lost.

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  12. Lagos to Kano in a Marcopolo bus.

    Lord! It's slow cos of the excess loads these guys will carry to earn more doe. 16 long hours! Phew!

    I love sleeping on long journies but mennn! I'll wake up countless times.

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  13. Onitsha to Maiduguri by bus for my youth service. What a journey!

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  14. Lagos to Taraba bcos of NYSC! Chaiiii! I just relax and think of my life from womb to my journey, then reality sets in, I will still be in Kogi! πŸ˜“

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    1. Lmao
      This was my longest trip too
      No be small thing.

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  15. Lafia to Suleja(Naija state), i came back the same day. It was hell, the worst part was that i purged throughout.

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    1. Hahahahahahahahaha Niger State

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    2. LOL@Naija state.
      Queen desire, IBB market, the first time i came to pick my friend's wedding dress, second time i went to return it. The second one wasnt so bad though but that first one, i hearam

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  16. I don't really like flying, I use to be even air sick when I was young and always threw up while flying but I outgrew it. I can easily manage Lagos-LON 6hrs. But anything more I get restless.
    My longest flight has been almost 15hrs with BA. LAG-LOND 6hrs, change over LON-MIAMI 8hrs, MIAMI-ORLANDO 1hr and I hated d stress and will never repeat it.




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    1. Lagos to Abujs na die. It's not funny again.

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  17. omor.ph to abuja by road is something else.kogi will be looking like london to niger by road.

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  18. Abuja to Shanghai, China

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    1. Hey Meg, how ya doing? Ya KD

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  19. The longest I had was hubby driving us to the villae. It was his first time on highway. We were so afraid and prayed all through the journey. To God be the glory,God granted us a safe journey. I really thank God for that.

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  20. When I was reporting back to my PPA, I boarded a bus from Abia state as early as 7.00am, got Oyo by 6.30pm. By the time I boarded the bus going to Saki and waited for it to get filled. It was already past 8.00pm. Got there by Midnight.

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  21. It was just two days ago; I flew to Dubai from Lagos, then flew from Dubai to Newark (New Jersey). The flight from Dubai to Newark lasted approximately 14 hours and I have told myself I'll never do it again.

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    1. It's more like coming back to nigeria and going to New Jersey from Nigeria

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    2. So how you go take come back, you go teleport?

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    3. You flew from Dubai to Lagos
      Then flew from Dubai to New Jersey ?
      Don't you see your lies staring you to the face?
      Except you used witchcraft to fly back to Dubai before going to NJ

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    4. @ Daniel, you’re right. @anon 19:43, teleport bawo? O silly sha. I live in Atlanta and Delta flies straight to Lagos; I could also break the journey by first stopping in Europe instead of first flying to Dubai for 14 hours to board another eight-hour flight to Lagos. Learn to read even if you don’t travel.

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    5. @anon 22:08- are you really that retarded? Lagos to Dubai; then Dubai to New Jersey...how is that a lie? Your comprehension skills are nothing to write home about. It's either that or you're just one of those who hide behind the Internet to write rubbish.
      Once more, it's Lagos to Dubai, then Dubai to New Jersey. Oponu

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    6. @anon 22:08- I see where you got confused; you need to start reading to improve your comprehension skills... I flew to Dubai from Lagos...it doesn't mean I flew from Dubai to Lagos as you wrote. Those are two completely different statements. Pele, aburo mi olodo. Owo school ti jona.

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    7. anon 22.08 read again you'll see that she was correct

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    8. I’ve done that before.... Dallas to DXB 15 hours 😩 never again!!!! Layover in DXB then DXB to Lag and same thing coming back. My goodness that was awful, I had major anxiety cause I already hate flying but thought it was a good idea I got to see DXB and the flight with Emirates was a good 500$ cheaper than the direct flight from Dal to Lag

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  22. Benue to Maiduguri
    Abuja to Akwaibom

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  23. DXB to LAX...16hrs...I thank God I didnt have dvt..choi..and the jet lag was freaking crazy. 2 weeks. I was still sleeping like a fool..

    Longest by road is 12hrs..Benin to kano...

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    1. @Orela
      All these XXX you are writing there did you journey through a porn site?

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    2. You see that dxb you USA I won’t do again. I’d rather layover in Europe somewhere man, break up the flight cause I just can’t.... people are trying. We thank God for journey mercies steadily!!!!

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    3. Anon.22.05..you go like porn wella o.

      @a non 00.31..will consider that Europe option...when necessary..

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  24. Uyo to Adamawa on road. okay na for one week we were just sleeping and sleeping and sleeping. Our body went back to its rightful place after 7 days. Law school journey kia, when others were using flight and arriving in 3 hours.

    God please give me the grace not to let my children suffer, what i never enjoyed, let them enjoy and have more.

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  25. I have had some really long travels.johannesburg to sao paulo in brazil (11 hrs).sao paulo to menaus by road 34hrs.st peterburg to volgogtad in russia 24hrs by train.lagos to moscow via dubai 17 hrs. And many more.travelling is my number one hubby.sometimes it can be so boring bcos i never ever sleep during the journey.

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    1. 34hours!!!!!!!... that was murder abeg!!!... what!!!??. I love travelling too..havent experience much though,but I think I'm ready to explore now.

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    2. Hmmm. Am not ready yet.

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    3. Yeah,flew for seven hrs for the same distance(sao paulo to menaeus) then came bck with 34hrs.by road.

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    4. Another "hmmmmmm" trip by 18:59.

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  26. Lagos to PH. no be beans

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  27. lemme see.. ok, I think earth to mars. took 6yrs, my alien friend was having his birthday. but returning back to earth took me just 72mins.. cos I was gifted an UFO

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  28. Ibadan to Sokoto.
    Oluwasealord, you're the real MVP.

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    1. Hmmmm is that a Sdk wedding loading

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  29. mine has to be the 8hrs journey on Megabus from Victoria London to Glasgow at night
    AJ ( ID coming soon )

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  30. Sdk family and mothers pls help me. I'm a first time mom to be, I'm 5days passed my due date and there's no sign of labor, the contractions ain't strong. I'm so scared and worried, the doctor asked me to come for induction in two days, I heard that shit is more painful than labor itself, I don't know Weda to go for the induction or wait for sometime to fall into labor naturally. Mothers who have been induced, what was it like? Should I wait some more and ignore the doctor's advice?

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  31. I and my friends took a Road trip from Lagos to sokoto...we were robbed by Fulani herdsmen...they only took alcohol, perfumes and jewelry.it was weird.

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    1. Loool. They where just starting then. They migrated to camera phones. Now it's human life. They're the ones that kidnap people on the highway. May God save us.

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  33. All... I dislike travelling. Anything that confines me to that seat on transit makes me sick!

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  34. Abuja to Port-harcourt by ABC transport. It was he'll on earth. Coupled with motion sickness. I was vomiting at intervals. Poor AC circulation. ABC never again, PH by road never again.

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  35. Kaduna to Lagos by road in a vehicle that broke down twice! Ended up spending over 24 hours on road!

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  36. During NYSC, I traveled from Lokoja to Jalingo,14hrs journey..
    chai! The Journey tire me. I thank God I was able to redeployed back to Lokoja. How I 4 take dey journey this kind of long distance .God is great oo

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  37. Mine was Lagos to Lokoja,9 hours. Returning,we met heavy traffic at Ibafo,ended up spending 15 hours on the road,I was almost crying o.

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  38. Lagos to Abuja. I took Abc transport, I was so uncomfortable. My legs were swollen from sitting down for long and I had toilet infection from that their back toilet in the bus

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  39. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere4 April 2019 at 20:19

    Direct flight, Lagos to Atlanta, never again will I do this. More than 12 hours or so flying, Ah! Never again. Then Lagos to Ibadan, that express scares the daylights out of me. I am always thinking of the movie ‘wrong turn’ and just feel there are evil people in the bushes along the express.

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  40. Lagos to ivory cost. 4 days journey, I saw hell cos I practically wore same clothes and undies for days. Slept at bus stops and anywhere sleep able. This happened years back anyways before a shorter route was discovered.

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  41. Lagos to Osun, and osun to Lagos during NYSC

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  42. Ilorin to Abj by road 8hrs ...but for the bad bad bad road at Kogi, it would not have been so bad cos me like travel. Interestingly, I didnt really like my shortest journey which was my first and only flight experience from Lag to Abj cause I'm claustrophobic..and now reading the hours some spend on flight, I got shivers already...but I must travel well well regardless

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  43. Lagos to Adamawa, my God!! Nysc orientation camp for me was in adamawa, we left Lagos on Monday morBing and got there midday on Wednesday. We slept over on the first night in Kano (more like sat over cos our bus just packed in a makeshift park overnight), and then stopped in go be around 9pm on Tuesday night for the test of boko had an to continue our journey on Wednesday morning.
    I bought Arik airline ticket immediately I got to camp against the day I'll be leaving after the orientation program.
    Sufferhead on top road trip.

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  44. Lagos to Bayelsa Kaima for nysc
    We had a flat tire on that deadly Benin ore road
    Since 6am, got to Kaima past 10

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  45. All the witches are now telling us their flying journeys.

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  46. Lagos to Abuja by road. The journey was exhausting.

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  47. Lagos to Kano by road on luxurious bus

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  48. Niamey to Agadez.. 18 hours...

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  49. I traveled from Lagos to Shiroro (Minna) in Niger State by road. Though it was a smooth journey but it was damn too far and stressful.

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  50. Lagos to Obubra (Cross River) for NYSC, left lag Tuesday morning, got to camp Wednesday morning

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  51. I don't even know the worst, from nsukka to Illorin,from Abuja to Lagos or from Enugu to Yola.These three journey gave me hell.

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  52. New York to Florida by bus. Greyhound to be specific. Over 24 hrs. Will never try it again .

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  53. Port Harcourt to Ibadan.I tire damn!

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  54. Lagos to United States.
    That was my first time going abroad. It wasn't funny.

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  55. 21 hours; Lagos to Cairo stopover for 5hrs then Cairo to Toronto... never again will I put myslf through that kind of stress

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    1. Haa! I did the same thing. My journey didn't end in Toronto. Another 4 hours flight to Calgary!

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  56. PH to Abuja through ABC, I will never try this again. If I don't have money for flight the trip is cancelled. Left Abuja as early as 6.30pm and got to PH at 12.10am with my little son then.

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