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Monday, August 16, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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    1. Abj!!
      I don't breathe well in Lagos.
      Too crowdey for me.

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  2. Definitely Definitely Abuja.

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    1. Definitely Abuja...been to Lagos a few times but gaskiya ba ni da karfi

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    2. If you're single avoid Abuja, every guy that rich woman or rich man pikin hustlers

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    3. Thank you for your prayers Essa Atelier. Greatly appreciate it.

      I don't like Lagos at allllllllll. Definitely Abuja

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    4. Abuja

      Overpopulated
      Noisy
      Polluted traffic ridden
      Alaye crowded
      Crime rate
      Lagos

      Nah

      Did that for over 20 years

      Abuja is saner

      It is not by location

      If GOD says your spouse will meet you in a tiny town not on the map

      HE will make it happen
      Remember it is not by power

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    5. Anon 22:28, flesh and blood did not reveal this to you. I lived in Jos, PH, Lagos and Uyo. I used to travel a lot cos of my job, I almost cried when I got transferred to Umuahia but my God given husband met and married me there oh, thank God for His mercies, we are thriving and have currently relocated to Australia with our kids.

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  3. Abuja
    Lagos is exxxxpensive (house & food)

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  4. Abuja as a married woman
    Lagos if I was single

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    1. Lagos is the best place for single women

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  5. Abuja. Lagos is stressing me out. Traffic is not for me abeg and I believe Abuja can't have it this serious like gidi.

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    1. I'm glad that I don't use road, cos
      Lagos traffic can make one go gaga.

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    2. No husband for Abuja. As u don marry u can go

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    3. 18:39 I see. What form of transportation do you use then.

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    4. 18:39, dey fly for air or swim for water. lol

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  6. Oh, transportation.

    If it's rains like this ehen, forget it. It's triple the amount.

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  7. Will keep staying in Abuja

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  8. Lagos. Family, friends and acquaintances have not relocated.

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  9. Lagos. I love the vibe I get living in Lagos. No dull moment. I pray a I get a good job soon.



    Lovelace

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  10. Abuja cos of its serenity,little or no traffic gridlocks and not forgetting the fact that the city is beautiful

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  11. Abeg, Abuja for now. Lagos life is stressful. Even with your money, you can't fit'nt enjoy it in peace πŸ™‚

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  12. Lagos....would have said abuja but for naija security issues. Na God dey protect us sha

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    1. My dear,no where is safe o, except the lord watch the city, the Watchmen watch in vain.las las, like u said na Baba God dey protect.

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    2. First lady abeg Lagos is safe. No bombing ,no kidnapping

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  13. Abuja,
    Lagos traffic and stress is on another level.

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  14. Abuja abeg
    can only pick Lagos if my work is opposite my house. I can’t with the traffic stress.

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    1. Lolzzzz πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ€£πŸ€£ at opposite your house🏠

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    2. This one weak me ooo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  15. Lagos!! Ain't no place like gidi!

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    1. Yimu. That's how Lagosians always whyne themselves thinking no place like Lagos and that Nigeria begins and ends in Lagos. You need to travel around Nigeria to realize that there are many places sweeter to live than Lagos

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    2. Eesah na lie.
      Seems they oppressed you the time you visited

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  16. Abuja for the sake of my sanity.

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    1. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    2. Even if the job in lagos pays more, I will choose Abuja. Lagos is damn stressful. Was so happy when I got married and had to relocate.

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    3. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    4. Watch and pray over your new husband in Abuja. I wish my young relative never had to relocate with her husband. She was TTC and before you could say Jesus is Lord one girl was calling her from her husband’s office telling her to get out as she had no kids for him. I withhold her name as I know her first name. She will meet her nemesis if na Stella BV and she recognizes this story. She was heart broken. She died less than a year later, very young.

      Till today I wish they never relocated due to his job as she had a good job in Lagos though he did not. The man had married with multiple kids within a couple of years after her death! Abuja! Even my yankee hubby went for work and na madam wey be chaperon dey chase am as the only black man in the team, thank God the assignment was for a few days & he was always with oyinbos. Na him tell me him say e dodged a bullet. Abuja is Nigeria’s sodom and Gomorrah because they mostly don’t work for the money they throw around and lust wanders the corridors of offices there.

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  17. Lagos Mainland Girl16 August 2021 at 18:20

    Lagos
    Even though i would love to experience Abuja

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  18. Abeg I cant deal with lagos traffic, paying toll gate, Bobrisky, flood.... etc.

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  19. I had a grwat job offer in lagos once, I turned it down. If it's not happening in abuja, it's a no for me. Lagos is so dirty, unsafe (louts, robbers, et al), and noisy.

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  20. ABUJA in captial letter

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  21. Abuja most definitely

    Not after one small pi kin push me enter gutter in a rush to enter moluwe

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    1. Your last paragraph 🀣🀣

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    2. Ma pami naπŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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    3. πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ so sorry I had to laugh at the last paragraph

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  22. Lagos oh,

    I fear north oh😚

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  23. Abuja ooo except my office is close to my house that is when I will say Lagos but for me Abuja

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  24. Abuja oπŸ€” but is it not boring,I have not lived there sha but stories paint it as boring.

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  25. Lagos Lagoser Lagoesest lol
    Lagos jor, enjoyment plenty here

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  26. I don't really like Abuja. That's place is good for vacation and then back to Lagos for the normal hustling and being in traffic. It's Lagos for me.

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  27. Lagos. Enjoyed my stay in Ikoyi, beautiful place.

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  28. Depends on how much the salary is, if its big enough to afford a choice place in ikoyi or VI, then Lagos it is.
    Otherwise, Abuja.

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  29. I love lagos,but traffic is killing abeg,everyday i spend 5-6 hours in traffic.e fit reduced person lifespan.

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  30. Please don't be a single lady ready to settle down and move to Abuja oh, most single guys in Abuja are looking for working class ladies to feed them, unless you have a very serious relationship or probably married

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    1. The most important thing is for God to order one's steps. Shikena. Even in the midst of gold diggers, there are gems.

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  31. Abuja, lagos is too stressful

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  32. I would have picked Abuja but for the security issues on Northern routes cos I have stayed in Lagos for years, only visited Abuja a few times.
    I would pick Lagos for now. Lagos life is lively except for traffic. Accommodation in both cities are almost the same, food is not that expensive in Lagos, clothings, cosmetics, shoes, etc are cheap in Lagos.
    Transportation is almost the same in both cities, the reason why it looks expensive in Lagos is because Lagos is very developed and there are no villages, companies are everywhere and when you get a job, you move from one end of the city to another. In Abuja, jobs are concentrated in the city centres.

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    1. Food is expensive in Lagos oooo

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    2. It depends on where you buy from. In most Lagos markets, food is actually cheap

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  33. Lagos please... My first and ever love city

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  34. Will definitely pick Abuja.. Tired of Lagos already

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  35. Abuja,Abuja,Abuja
    Lagos is too stressful I'm tired of leaving my money for Lagos conductor's 😭😭😭

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  36. If the work is the type that allows me report by 10 or 11 then I’m picking Lagos.. if not, gimme Abuja

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  37. I love Lagos life as a single lady, but would like to live in Abuja now that I'm married; heard the road network is superb, no unnecessary traffic unlike Lagos where you spend hours for a journey that requires few minutes.

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  38. Abuja for sure.
    I went to Lagos one time and was going to Cele bus stop, I asked someone for directions. He told me to cross the 8 lane express to the other side to enter a bus, I did only to ask a conductor, he said things to me that I don't understand, I only understood were, oloriburuku then told me to cross to the other side again. On high hills o.
    It was a memorable one. Lagos life is not for me abeg. Every where music with loud speakers 🀦‍♂️

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    1. Sorry ❤️❤️😐😐
      Lagos no be for the faint hearted

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    2. Plenty people everywhere. I don't like Lagos.

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    3. This is funny to me but I can relate perfectly. So sorry about your ordeal...when next in Lagos always ask for direction twice or more.

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  39. Eternal Excellency16 August 2021 at 21:18

    I will chose Lagos because the life in Lagos is waoooooh

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  40. Lagos ooo. I miss the hustle and bustle of Lagos.

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  41. ABUJA πŸ’―

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  42. Never been to Abuja
    So far guess I like Lagos...

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  43. I have lived in both locations and i will pick Abuja again and again. Lagos stress is out of this world

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  44. Let me get a job first, then I'll choose.

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  45. Abuja oo..anyday

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