David Odunlami

David Odunlami

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July 23, 2021

BBNaija season is upon us, and that means that for the next couple of weeks, Nigerians will gather online to talk and argue about a show they love. While all of this is happening, some nincompoops will decide that they want to be villains and start spewing BBNaija hate speech. If you’re one of those […]

July 23, 2021

You probably haven’t heard about the country on today’s Abroad Life. It’s Curaçao— a small island in the Caribbean. Today’s subject moved there in 2019, and talks about the country, its people, and why she thinks it’s very similar to Nigeria. When did you decide that you wanted to leave Nigeria? This isn’t the first […]

July 19, 2021

We wrote this for non-muslims who want to enjoy their Sallah holidays by eating meat till their teeth begin to ache. Enjoy. 1. Make a list of all your muslim friends Just make a list first. The more, the merrier. 2. Wish them Happy Sallah and remind them you love them Telling them you love […]

July 17, 2021

If you say any of the words in this article, you’re a 50+ person. Don’t argue with us. 1. Wherewithal “Father Lord, please give us the wherewithal…” 2. Hullabaloo Anyone who says this was a primary school proprietor in their past life. 3. Moist Nobody should be saying this word. This is one of the […]

July 14, 2021

Dear rich kings, we’re thinking of you in a period where money is the only thing people want from relationships. If a woman exhibits at least 4 of the signs in this article, she’s only dating you for your money. 1. She likes food If a woman has “foodie” in her bio, and constantly posts […]

July 7, 2021

Things get boring in relationships, and if they stay that way for too long, the relationship is in danger of falling apart. We don’t want your relationship to fall apart, so we’re recommending that you and your partner recreate these 15 images. Please tag us when you post your pictures. Don’t let us miss out […]

July 2, 2021

From intriguing stories about fraudsters in Malaysia to heartbreaking stories about child slavery, I’ve shared some brilliant stories worth documenting about Nigerians and their unique experiences abroad. Because we’ve just passed the half year mark, I’m deciding to share the most-read Abroad Life stories from this year. Enjoy. 1. “I Went From Earning ₦20,000 to […]

July 2, 2021

Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a 24-year-old woman who moved to the UK last year after getting ghosted by someone she just met. She talks about quitting her frustrating job in Nigeria, meeting a guy and leaving the country because he suddenly stopped talking to her.  When did you decide that you wanted to […]

July 1, 2021

June wasn’t a great month for Nigerian Twitter. Before we could even start Tweeting, Lai Mohammed and his boys decided that Twitter was Nigeria’s biggest problem and decided to ban it. But Nigerians and their coconut heads went and downloaded VPN and gave us these gems: 1. You can already hear his voice. 2. Can […]

June 28, 2021

If you’ve never gotten lost in a rabbit-hole of our amazing and surprisingly accurate quizzes, then you’re about to be in for a blast. It’s officially the end of Q1 and we don’t want you to miss out on all the quizzes that people have enjoyed this year. Here are 2021’s top performing quizzes so […]

June 28, 2021

How to register for PVC online- The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has launched the process for eligible Nigerian voters to register to vote in the 2023 general elections by opening an online portal for registration for Permanent Voters Card. Who needs this article? Nigerians above 18 who are eligible to vote, and have not […]

June 25, 2021

History of Money In Nigeria- The Naira (₦) is the official currency of Nigeria, but did you know that Nigerians didn’t start using Naira until 13 years after independence? In this article, we’ll tell you five things you probably didn’t know, but need to know about the history of money in Nigeria. 1. Nigerians haven’t […]

June 25, 2021

Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a 32-year-old woman who left Nigeria in 2010 to live with her dad in America. She talks about her dad’s death, moving states, making career choices, getting in $200k debt, and finally becoming financially stable. When did you decide that you wanted to move to the US? Moving to […]

June 22, 2021

We’ve told you what your footwear says about you. Now listen, here’s what the pants you wear say about you.  Did we lie?. 1. These.. We need to address the most pertinent issues first. If you wear these pants, we have a simple message for you: Stop doing fraud. Have you ever met a yahoo […]

June 16, 2021

Quotes about money- If you’re a Nigerian and you think about money a lot, this post will make you laugh a little. We scoured the internet for quotes about money that Nigerians can relate to. Enjoy, and try not to cry. 1. “I’m so poor, I can’t even pay attention.“- Ron Kittle This is a […]

June 13, 2021

June 12 Protest: Yesterday, after months of planning, Nigerians took to the streets to protest against bad governance, abuse of human rights, worsening insecurity, and other forms of maladministration and mishandling of democracy in the country. Coincidentally, this protest happened one week after the Nigerian government’s sudden and unconstitutional Twitter ban. Yesterday was also Nigeria’s […]

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