Oya, talk, we’re listening….. Avoiding the issue, aren’t we Minister? Insurance works? COPE Quality before patriotism Ribadu. Uh oh. It was never useful.
Monthly Archive: May 2010
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our readers for nominating NigeriansTalk.org for the 2010 Nigerian Blog Awards – Best Collaboration Blog and Best Political Blog.[…]
Pot meet kettle. Scary, what about all those that aren’t caught? Nothing diplomatic to say. Well, that was fast. Move where? He picked him? Okay we’ll go with that. Talking[…]
A term coined by a follower blogger and aid expert Tales From The Hood. It’s a tongue-in-check term used to describe ludicrous gifts in-kind (GiK) donations. Many examples abound but[…]
(Cross-posted at my blogging house Method to the Madness). There’s something about a suit that irks me. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate a well-dressed man as much as the[…]
For us Nigerian women there is a huge pressure to tie the knot. Post twenty-five annum, an unmarried status often calls for expressions of concern from family, friends and sometimes[…]
Now that we are done with crocodile tears (genuine grief is never done with so fast), it is time for some brutality. We are like the ancients who said: De[…]
After a long bout with a various number of unnamed illnesses, President Umaru Yar’adua has died, as confirmed by presidential spokesman, Olusegun Adeniyi. His burial has been scheduled for Thursday.[…]
Independent writer and commentator on African diaspora society & culture, African feminism and racial identities, Founder of MsAfropolitan.com and HuffPo blogger Minna Salami was born in Finland, grew up in Nigeria[…]
In Part III of Welcome to Lagos we see the grand vision of Lagos used to displace people without giving them alternatives – that is the injustice highlighted for all to see.