Why Nigerians Are Special

Whatever problem we may have in Nigeria at this or any other time, this country is sustained by the fact that we are indeed a very special people. We have been described as the happiest people on earth, we have also described ourselves as resilient, gifted and determined, and in one report, Nigerians are said […]

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5 Indigenous Music Genres To Listen To While In Nigeria

5 Indigenous Music Genres to Listen to While in Nigeria A visit to Nigeria can expose you to different genres of music, however, the ones that will probably fill the airways of your radio set are hip-hop, R&B, reggae and rap and as a guest, chances are higher that you want to seek invigorating experiences, fresh […]

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5 Prominent Nigerians Who Died In Active National Service

In honour of the late Minister of state for Labour and productivity, Barrister James Ocholi (SAN), we profile Nigerians who have lost their lives during active national service. We all pledge to serve our Fatherland every time we sing the national anthem. But not many of us realise how much meaning accompany those words we […]

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A Conversation About African Identity In A Globalised World With Tope Folarin, Caine Prize-winning Author Of “Miracle

Nigerian Pentecostal church When the Nigerian writer Tope Folarin won the Caine Prize for African Writing last July, some of the coverage that followed wasn’t about the winning story itself but rather about the fact that Tope wasn’t born in Africa and had – at the time of announcement – visited Nigeria only once, as […]

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