Nigeria Is So Annoying, Why Can’t We Stop Loving It?
November 23, 2018
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6 Nigerians share their experiences with being denied the chance to rent because of their ethnicity.
Branded glasses, attacking campaign posters and more
Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a Nigerian-American who returned to Nigeria 3 years ago. He talks about the reasons he moved to Nigeria, having to do NYSC so he could get better employment, and almost getting kidnapped by armed men disguised policemen.
On October 16. 2020. the National Economic Council directed the 36 states of the federation to create a judicial panel of inquiry on cases of police brutality in their states. This is what happened at those panels.
The Nigerian Police are once again harassing, detaining and firing teargas cannisters at protesters. Here’s what we know about it so far.
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.
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.
You’ve probably seen pictures of Nigeria’s coat of arms all your life, but do you know what the symbol represents?
If you don’t, this article contains all the information you need.
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