I don’t know which to pick between May 29 and June 12 as the worst date to look forward to in our political calendar. I don’t know which is, to[…]
This documentary was more about promoting Walter than about the brain gain of Nigerians returning home to help build the country.
Part II of Welcome to Lagos takes us to Makoko, built on a lagoon and bustling with activity.
Welcome to Lagos, a BBC documentary of people who trump the dump with a story of life and ability beyond the settings that would have others deem them caught in a poverty trap.
Among other things, I can understand why so many Nigerians should think that ‘District 9′ shows how deeply some South Africans detest us. The lumpen elements in the film are[…]
The NigeriansTalk.org Weekly Linked List #2 Oil is like so played out, agriculture is back baby. So I’m a bit delusional, but on a serious note, Nigeria needs to start[…]