Politics, History & Tourism

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I recently got the chance to do an informal interview. It was based on tourism in relation to politics and history. Since today is our independence, there’s no better day to put it… Continue reading

54

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On this day, 54 years ago, my country gained it’s independence. Right in Tafawa Balewa Square the British handed power over to us. From all the books I read, there were so many… Continue reading

Nigerians And Their Stories

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‘I play basketball, but I’m just doing the waiter gig to take care of myself. This helps pay my bills, transport, health, food supplements etc. Sports in Nigeria is very tough. If there… Continue reading

Lagos Island Through My Camera

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On saturday, my friend was getting married and it was in Lagos Island. Unfortunately for me and fortunately for you guys, it was raining, PDP was having a rally and the bridge was… Continue reading

From the Horse’s Mouth – Enugu

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Cheers to the weekend, and to kick it off we’re back with another personal account of a state. Horse of the day: Chidi Location: Enugu Nickname(s): Coal city/Capital of Igbo land Age range:… Continue reading

Picture of the Day

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It is also known as the Nigerian National Mosque, so as the name implies, it is the National Mosque of the country. It is located on independence avenue, opposite the National Christian Centre… Continue reading

ARTful Dodger

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We are going to kick the week off with an art gallery I have to be honest with you, I had no idea we had art galleries here. So there I was researching… Continue reading

Restaurant of the week – Yellow Chilli

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My friend was in town for a couple of days, so we decided to catch up over lunch. We decided to go to yellow chilli seeing as it was convenient for both of… Continue reading

From the Horse’s mouth – Abuja

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Hey guys, so I’m here with ‘From the Horse’s mouth’. I will ask various people a couple of questions about the different states in the country that they live ¬†or have lived in… Continue reading

Literature of the week

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Another good way to learn about a country is to read every sort of literature based on that country, especially for those who love to read. You get to see various points of… Continue reading