15 Pictures That Are Too Real For Nigerian Muslims During Sallah
September 24, 2015
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On Monday, the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics released GDP figures for Q2 2020 (April – June), and the outcomes were not so surprising. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) decreased by 6.10% from the exact same period last year, ending a 3-year trend of low but positive economic growth recorded since the 2016/17 recession (remember that dark […]
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After mechanics and tailors, dispatch riders come a close second. I have put up with their bad behaviour for too long. Enough is enough and that’s why I have brought this to the court of public opinion. Dispatch riders, please change your ways. 1) “I am at your gate.” Call me before coming. Don’t show […]
Becoming a lawyer in Nigeria isn’t easy. First, you have to study law in a Nigerian university for five years, then you go to the Nigerian Law School for a year before you face the bar exams. It’s little wonder that parents are proud when their children are called to the bar. But do parents […]
The struggle to get called to the bar.
You’ll hear a lot of names in Nigeria. I mean, Nigeria has over 250 ethnic groups with a wide range of languages. While some names are very common, in different parts of the country, some other names are less popular, thus harder to pronounce. As a survival technique, many Nigerians with unpopular names modify their […]
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If you’ve ever been in a fight, you should know that there are multiple possible ways it can end. Many times, fights end with one person wishing that the people trying to hold them back at the beginning of the fight had been a bit stronger. Maybe they wouldn’t be in so much pain. If […]
Being an Airbnb host means having to interact with different kinds of people, some great, others unsavoury. I spoke to four Airbnb hosts about their experiences and how they coped during the pandemic. Arike Being an Airbnb host in Nigeria is quite an interesting experience. Many times, we have great guests who aren’t a bother. […]
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