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UNSUNG vs SAMSUNG

Pin from ElectricFairground.com on Pinterest Matan Mwanmin, How has been the month so far? I have not come to you recently but I am glad to sharing my thoughts with you today. I have come to you saying ‘Hello’ in Kulere language of Bokkos local government of Plateau State, Nigeria. …

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TRAVELLING IN MASS TRANSIT ACROSS AGES IN LAGOS

Mass transit transportation in Lagos has evolved over the years. There are generations that were driven around in bolekaja (lorry) vehicles which transported people from Lagos Island to Mushin, Agege because Yaba was the boundary then. Bolakaja.Photo credit- nairalnd The first organised bus service was provided by J.N. Zarpas, a …

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The Fine Boys Are Here

Book Reviewer: Sylva Ifedigbo.Title: Fine BoysAuthor: Eghosa ImasuenPublisher: Kachifo Limited (2012)Pages: 379 I will start off by saying Eghosa Imasuen has written a fantastic book which you must hurry to read. I am tempted to describe this book, “Fine Boys” , as a coming of age story – which indeed …

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The Land of Honey By Chinenye Obiajulu

I was quite motivated to get into ‘The of Land of Honey’ by Chinenye Obiajulu after reading from the blurb that it was about the life of recent Nigerian immigrants to Canada, since I haven’t come across much writing about this. And it turned out to be a very enjoyable read.When …

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Sense, Sound, Sundry Issues in Ipadeola’s Testaments

Title: The Sahara TestamentsWriter: Tade IpadeolaPublisher: Hornbill House of the Arts,Lagos.Page: 184Year of Publication: 2012Reviewer: Ebere Ameh Tade Ipadeola’s third collection of poetry is philosophically and elegantly crafted to depict the joys, the pains and the harrowing challenges, not only of Sub-Saharan Africa, but by extension, that of the continent. …

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TATTOO vs LALI

Ior Av, It’s a wet Thursday in Lagos, Nigeria and I am glad it rained. People have been enduring the high weather temperature in the last few days. It is the day of relieve and we look forward to more relieve as the rainy season sets in fully. I have come …

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BUS DRIVER vs CAR DRIVER

Mutane, ‘People’ that is my greetings today in Hausa language. Hope it has been a great day thus far? Most especially at this time, for those in Nigeria, when there is fuel scarcity! It has been a great challenge commuting from one place to another. Imagine, Third Mainland Bridge has …

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UNSERVICED USAGE vs SERVICED USAGE

Ovre me, Waking up on a Monday morning to see a Police officer break the windscreen of a commercial bus popularly called ‘danfo’, thereafter  boarding a bus where a passenger engage the bus driver and the conductor in a duel. This reminds me of the song of the late Fela …

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