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Nigeria’s supereagle’s Coach turns 65.

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The Nigerian Coach has just celebraced his 65th birthday just after the defeat. They were  probably trying to him the best birthday present ever by qualifying, but that didn’t happen.  Happy birthday to him.

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Horror: An uncertain number of Individuals feared dead following a multiple auto crash in Lagos.

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Following the steams of tragedy trending in our Nation,  feared dead following a multiple auto crash, today, at Ile Zik bus stop, Agege, Lagos.

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Danish Nigerian lover appreciates the beautiful African Braids.

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from @ellenbaby89 – Cultural appreciation ❤️
I know that Braids stem from Africa and the caribbean and isnt a European thing. It’s not a part of my Danish culture, but a part of a different beautiful culture. A culture that in my opinion has It’s roots in the continent that is home to the most beautiful women on this planet. Women that inspire me. Women that I see as style icons. Women that i look up to, and all credit should go to the right places. People often ask me, where does your love for a different culture come from? Ur Danish, how was you exposed to it? I’ll tell you. It was people. People can bring you another world, even when living in another world. I have grown up with friends from many different African countries.
I’ll tell you about a special friend. I met Fortune when we were teenagers. I’d never met anyone from Congo before and she opened up a whole new world to me. Fortune would take me to Congolese weddings, Cook me Congolese food. Spend hours braiding my hair. This was a time that we didn’t consider the whole world and what message we might pass on from doing so. It was a time before all of us became more aware of our surroundings and how much images and words can easily damage others and hurt peoples feelings. It was literally her showing me her culture and me loving and appreciating it. It was me being exposed to a whole new world that I loved and wanted to be a part of. The last time she braided my hair I was 18! I love having my hair braided but in the past years I just haven’t. I told myself I shouldn’t, out of fear that i am sending a wrong message. With this caption I was hoping to create an understanding, that some people have a genuine love for a culture that is not their own. They aren’t doing it to steal, for the likes, or hurt peoples feelings! They are doing it to express love. Doing it because they appreciate something beautiful. Because it would be so lovely if we could all show and share our cultural differences with each other and in that way become aware of the world we live in and the beauty in people around us! Just like Fortune and I showed each other the best of both worlds, I would love for all of us to be able to share with each other! 💖

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Amidst excessive killings Nigerians dig out the promises President Buhari made during his 2015 campaign.

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The fact that this is shocking some people, is beyond my comprehension . This is the behaviour of a typical politician. They are quick to say anything sad everything to get your votes, and afterwards they are not going to be held responsible for not achieving those things they swore to do. Don’t be deceived once again next year. But how can we do that when we can’t predict the future. If we are not to trust any politician, then who should  we vote for? Who can we put out trust in? Who can take a different route from the previous? Should we still trust the one ego we already know and is seated there, one who has shown us his capabilities? Or should we bring in a different person who has no idea what is being done there, and is just coming in for the sake of it? This is a tough decision to make, but for what it’s worth,  think we’ll before making a move in 2019.

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