The subject of this week’s Abroad Life moved between Nigeria and the US three times between 2008 and 2015. He talks about leaving his friends behind, being black in the US, and the reason he doesn’t feel very Nigerian. When did you move to the US? I moved here twice. First in 2008, when I […]
We spoke to a young Nigeria who grew up displaced and navigating a custody battle between her parents without the help of the court.
Read this to get some insight into most Nigerians don’t reach out to their local government representatives and what can be done to fix that.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life took a holiday trip to Dubai in 2019 and decided to move there to start her life in 2020. She was 19 years old. She talks about the decision to move and settling down in a new country during COVID. First things first, when did you decide to move to […]
3 Points to note regarding Godwin Emefiele’s speech on CBN’s cryprocurrency ban.
6 Nigerian women share their experience trying to rent a place in Nigeria and the discrimination that comes with that.
This Abroad Life will leave you speechless. Today’s subject woke up one day and had to suddenly move to the USA. She talks about surviving on almost nothing, avoiding an arranged marriage, becoming a citizen and family drama. Let’s start from the beginning. When did you move to the USA? I moved here in 2009 […]
6 Nigerians on moments when a process works out in Nigeria exactly as it should.
What is happening in Oyo state? There have been reports about a clash said to be happening in Oyo state. The clash is said to be between Yorubas and Hausas, and the affected areas include Akinyele local government, Ojoo, Sasa, and the Moniya axis. What caused it? According to news reports by Tribune Online, The […]
Police officers are stationed at Lekki Toll Gate manhandling and arresting suspected protesters.
Today’s Abroad Life talks to us about moving to the UK when he was 13 and being sent to a detention centre once he needed a visa to continue staying in the country. When did you move to the UK? I was 13 when my parents sent me down to live with my aunt. Their […]
We spoke to legal experts on why Nigerians employees don’t often take actions against abusive employers and what they can do about that.
These are three points to help you understand the consequences of the new CBN bitcoin policy
Today’s subject on Abroad Life moved to Benin Republic in 2012. He talks about how the exchange rates and money problems with his family back at home affected his four-year stay there. When did you move to Benin republic? I had to go to Benin Republic in 2012. It was the only option for my […]
This is how Nigeria’s abortion laws are affecting women and stopping them from accessing safe health-care services.
The subject of this week’s Abroad Life moved to the UK eight years ago. She talks about choosing the wrong school, racism, leaving religion, and going the extra mile to make sure her sister wasn’t stranded. How long have you been in the UK? I’ve been in the UK for almost eight years. I was […]
We speak to young Nigerians on how the CBN international transfer policy is affecting them
The Amotekun’s arrest of underage schoolboys is unconstitutional and in this piece we explain how that came to be.
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