Last week I saw that No Bra Day was trending online among Nigerians. Basically it’s a day that ladies choose not to wear a bra for the day. Most people who I saw participating by posting pictures of themselves without … Continue reading Check Your Breasts Not Just On No Bra Day
According to Entertainment Express, Chairman of Forte Oil, Femi Otedola, has decided to sell kerosene for N50 per litter. This move will result in a 50 percent reduction from the current pump price. He has dubbed his decision as “Buhari … Continue reading Buhari Kerosene is Here!
“It’s been a while sweetheart I’ve been doing my thing.” -Kanye I think about this blog everyday but sadly I haven’t been able to blog as much as I would like. I’ve been so busy! Life has a way of … Continue reading Last Trip To Nigeria
I did a post before on the places to go with a Nigerian passport with little to no visa restriction. I’m sure that some people wondered where Nigeria stood compared to other countries and their visa restrictions. Not surprising, The United States and the United Kingdom have the most powerful passports with access to 147 countries. Nigeria is number 57 on the list with an access to 61 countries. I wish Nigeria was ranked higher on the list but frankly we would need to gain back a lot of trust in the international community. We can start by developing our country. Also, those of us with dual citizenship, can portray ourselves well and put Nigeria in a better light. Continue reading “Ranks Of Passports Around The World”
Reports from the Lagos State Ministry of Health revealed that of the 801 bus drivers tested for hard drugs, 442 of them tested positive for one or more of the following: cocaine, marijuana, morphine, opiate, ketamine and others.
The tests were carried out in Mosafejo, Mushin and Oshodi/Obalende Motor Parks in December 2014.
According to the report made available to P.M.NEWS, the number of drivers that tested positive for using hard drugs while driving in 2014 is far higher than the same number discovered when a similar test Continue reading “This Would Explain A Lot”
The Centre for Black Culture and International Understandings based in Osogbo, capital of the western Nigerian state of Osun flagged off some activities to celebrate the new year in 2014. Osun State unveiled what many believe to be the world’s … Continue reading This May Be The World’s Tallest Drum
As a child I loved mangos! Mango season was the best. If I happened to be in the village during mango season, my cousins and I would throw rocks at the mango tree to make the ripe mangoes fall down. We would gather them in a basket to take home to clean and eat. I am salivating just thinking about how good those mangoes taste. Unfortunately, as I grew older, my love for mangoes changed. Mangoes became mangos in the same way that favourite became favorite. It’s meant to be the same thing but it’s not quite the same. Continue reading “Eat A Mango Today For Me”
Let’s uplift each other not keep each other down. Happy New Week! Continue reading Our People Say,
The 20 year old pro footballer who plays for the Liverpool Ladies is one of the players nominated for BBC Womens’s Footballer of the Year 2015. Oshoala was the best player and highest goal scorer at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. She was also the second top goal scorer with the Super Falcons who won the 2014 African Women’s Championship. You can support and vote for this accomplished player by clicking this link. Continue reading “SPOTTED: Asisat Oshoala”
I dream of one day going to Cuba and Brazil and meeting the people who not only share the same ancestors as me but who have been able to sustain our joint cultural heritage. The Yoruba culture is alive and … Continue reading Keep Calm And Learn Yoruba