Today’s subject on Abroad Life has always wanted to explore life outside Nigeria — but not permanently. He talks about moving to Scotland because of the nice people, his plans for getting a UK citizenship, and the reasons he wants to move back to Nigeria.
If you weren’t on the Twitter NG moaning Space last night, these hilarious tweets are the perfect commentary to see what you missed
“We weren’t even dating yet, and 3 days to my birthday she got me a cake, chin-chin, popcorn, and zobo. On my birthday she got me two cakes. I was amazed.”
If you think you’re an alpha male and you wear any of these colours, you’re deceiving yourself.
Our subject on Abroad Life today takes us through her life, post-university. She talks about taking a sabbatical in the US, attempting and failing a master’s in Nigeria, and why studying abroad is not as easy as everyone thinks.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life wanted to move to Canada for just one reason: his dad’s health. He talks about losing the motivation to travel when his dad died in Nigeria and how the Lekki massacre made him rekindle his passion for leaving Nigeria.
“I once asked a girl out and her response was “I only go out with men and not boys”.
When I asked her to clarify, she said, “You can’t seriously call yourself a man at that height. You don’t even have a beard too.”
Today’s subject on Abroad Life didn’t know she was moving to the US 13 years ago — she thought she was going for a summer break. She talks to us about feeling disconnected from her friends, struggling to settle, and the reason she wants to move back to Lagos.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a Hungarian-Nigerian who grew up in Zaria. She talks about never really fitting in Nigeria because of her skin colour, moving to Hungary for school and to find her dad, and returning to Nigeria because God told her to.
“My father and I stopped talking years ago when I watched him beat my mum mercilessly and say that he would kill her and no one would ask him about it. I thought I had forgiven him for it but I still remember.”
Whether you miss your ex or you’re just an aspiring Yoruba demon, these 15 memes will help you keep them awake at night, thinking about you.
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Football fans, gather here. What does the club you support say about you?
Chelsea fans, we have a surprise for you.
Did we lie?
The subject of today’s Abroad Life moved to the US for the first time in 2013 for school. He talks about not being able to get a job until he got an MBA, almost getting deported and why he thinks the American government can easily become as bad as Nigeria’s.
If you thought Lagos agberos were crazy, these tweets about abgeros in Onitsha will have you shaking and laughing at the same time.
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If your co-workers are the most annoying people in the world, this article will help you frustrate their lives.
Number 7 is our favourite.
If you’re a K-Drama fan, we made this article for you. Everyone knows at least one person that is hooked on Korean Drama series. If you think they’re crackheads, you might be wrong. We have made a list of the top 10 Korean drama series that you have to watch. Maybe then you’ll understand why […]
Today’s subject on Abroad Life moved to the US when she was 17. Eight years later, she talks about her life in the US, losing her mum, getting married to an American in Nigeria, and the process of getting her Green Card. When did you realise you wanted to leave Nigeria? I always knew it […]
Nigerians proved again that they’re crackheads with these insanely hilarious tweets from last month. See for yourself. 1. Dear Lord… 2. Well, he’s not lying. 3. They know her outside. 4. “Armed” robber 5. Oh my God! 6. LMAO! 7. This is pure facts. 8. He did all the sound effects! 9. I hope he […]
If you can make at least 10 words out of “Essence”, Wizkid would be proud of you.
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