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By Iretomiwa Akintunde-Johnson E no easy o! Some things are pure horror to Nigerians. In other words – na only we get dis trouble. Another person will not understand our pains and if we’re being serious, they are shameful things that should not be a problem: Sadly, here they are: The Nasty Legend of SARS: …

By Humphrey Anyim MTN Nigeria listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange recently and many people who were anticipating to buy shares from the giant telecoms company developed mixed feelings when they realized that the stocks were unavailable to the public. The incident raised a lot of speculations by potential shareholders who never got …

By Mofijesusewa Samuel On Saturday, former President Olusegun Obasanjo said that the insecurity in Nigeria caused by Boko Haram has now been multi-faceted with West African fulanization, African Islamization and global organized crimes of human trafficking, money laundering, drug trafficking, gun trafficking. While speaking at another event yesterday, Wole Soyinka also said that Obasanjo’s claims …

By Mofijesusewa Samuel Social media users have been mad with Wizkid because of the way he presumably greeted TuBaba in a short, edited clip that was posted on social media last night. The short video which surfaced on the internet showed Wizkid ignoring TuBaba who had stretched his hand to greet him, and gone ahead …

By Mofijesusewa Samuel While Tonto Dikeh is drawing all this drama with IK Ogbonna and Juliet Ibrahim, lets quiet the noise and commend her on her new endorsement deal. The actress reportedly received a fee of 100 million naira as her endorsement deal to a major makeup house. The company which sealed the agreement late …

By Intern Being Nigerian is not easy at all! It takes solid hard work and an unrivaled sense of identity. When they invented “Naija no dey carry last!”, it wasn’t about skin colour or attitude. It is a thing of pride and ‘stress’ that seep through all our veins. You can’t explain it, but you …

By Taofik Bankole When I was a kid, the sight of a brown paper bag excited me. It still does. The sheer curiosity of what it contains somehow gets my adrenaline pumping. I don’t even consider that weird. See, when I was little, me and my three siblings would always look forward to the arrival …

By Taofik Bankole It is no surprise that many Nigerians are keen on buying shares in the telecoms company. There has been misconception and confusion in some quarters about MTN’s listing of shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) a week ago. The telecoms giant announced that it was listing its shares by way of …