Nigerian parents are known for being very no-nonsense, that is a given. But there are times when they do show that they are our parents and that they care about us. In this piece, we spoke with 5 Nigerians on moments when their parents helped them out of the craziest situations. Yes, we know it […]
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8 Nigerians share their horrible experiences getting punished or expelled while in school.
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6 Nigerians share their experiences with being denied the chance to rent because of their ethnicity.
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