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1 Nigeriaworld -- All About Nigeria
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general, from a Nigerian perspective.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Spring Smiles
Working with children can indeed be hair scratching, ear tickling, and eye bulging! I hope this makes you smile, giggle or pause and wonder "who made that t-shirt"? Let the smiles rain.... spring is on the way. Hello March Break!
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Lagos is the Locus!
If you have visited or lived in Lagos, you are a depository of stories with a unique lens. Sometimes when people ask about Nigeria, they say, 'Oh, are you from Lagus? Or 'I know Nigeria, I have been to Lagoose!' ... So what are your little doses of Lagos? Snippets of experiences you cling to or struggle to erase, but alas they come back begging to be told, clinging, tugging at your heart. See Lagos through the lens of [Poems] Noise, Kiosks, Jeans Thief, Just Run, and Aswani Market.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Spring Collection (Poems)
Waiting for spring…the cool breeze, rain showers, budding leaves, lighter clothing, and bright faces! But I guess spring has its own schedule this year. Likewise in life, we are sometimes stuck in a 'cold' season and wonder; when will my spring come? A time to bloom, blossom, and enjoy the work of your hands…the sweat of your toil. A season to flourish!
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Christmas Collection (Poems)
Christmas is not about decorations! Oh, really? I wish children could understand that. But a well deserved salute to homes and public places that look like Chrismas 'headquarters' with lovely displays of the nativity scene, lights, and intricately woven wreaths.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Walmart "Wahala": Update from Walmart International
In a follow-up to the news of Walmart opening locations in Lagos, I reached out to Walmart in Canada and the United States to get a clearer picture of what Nigerians should expect as they roll out their plans.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Walmart "Wahala"
In retrospect, how could Walmart ignore a country of 150 million people for so long? Nigeria - the largest economy and a notable emerging market on the African continent! It also took a while for Walmart to open shop in India and also South Africa. ... Nigeria is a different terrain. The news of their arrival is being received with mixed feelings; echoes and alarms of 'Wahala' (trouble in local pidgin English) for the retail giant.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - "Summer Struggles"
'Mum, I am hungry!' 'Mum, I am bored.' 'Mum, can we go to the park?' Mum, I am schoolsick!' These are just a few summer anthems from kids! Behold the Summer Struggles of mothers!
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Communicating change
Interestingly, in a family, communicating change to children is difficult. Maybe a change of location, change of daily routine, change of school or just change of an activity! One must be prepared for the barrage of questions, cries, and attitudes that change can create.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Mothers as Mentors
We need mentors to help mould character and skills. A lot of young women need mentors as they navigate the daunting task of raising children, managing a home and maybe a job, and in addition being a wife! Mentoring happens in unique ways and little snippets of learning happen when young women make themselves available to older women. It is quite alarming how young people, especially teenagers, have become more attached to communication devices and social media platforms.

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