President Jonathan is set to live the baby boy life once he quits office on 29 May. According to a report by PUNCH, who got exclusive photos, President Jonathan’s retirement home is an expansive estate set in the heart of Otuoke, the home town of President Goodluck Jonathan. Continue reading “Watch What Life After The Presidency Looks Like For President Jonathan”
The way this life works, when you’re winning everyone wants be close to you, but when you’re losing, you’re almost like a plague to avoid. We can all learn this lesson from President Jonathan’s post election experience at Aso Rock Presidential Villa. According to City People, at the presidential prayer breakfast, the president noted that the congregation numbers at the Aso Villa Chapel has dwindled. This same Chapel used to be completely filled up. Continue reading “Lessons From President Jonathan’s Loss: It’s Lonely At The Top”
Watch Chimamanda Adichie’s TED Talk if you haven’t already seen it. I mentioned this talk Continue reading VIDEO: Adichie’s TED Talk In Case You Haven’t Seen It
These photos are from the first 22 countries on list of 44 countries you can easily visit with a Nigerian passport. The other 22 countries will be featured later.
Those with only a Nigerian passport will tell you that traveling can be frustrating. Unlike some of us with the highly desired blue or red passport, with the Nigerian passport you need a visa to travel to most countries. With a Nigerian passport, there are 44 countries you can travel to that you don’t need a visa or can get one on arrival. Some of these countries are on my vacation list. Be open minded and check them out. Not every time Europe… Continue reading “Where Can Your Nigerian Passport Take You?”
Every year I get so excited to see who made the Time 100 Most Influential People. This year I’ve been told that 5% of those on the list are Nigerians. That’s very exciting because it shows that Nigerians are been recognized outside of the country and mostly in a positive light (side eye Boko Haram though). Let’s get to the list: Continue reading “Nigerian Influentials on the Time 100 List”