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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 When we were Warriors
They whispered, trepidation and fear drowning their words, 'It's Fulani herdsmen! They've taken over our farmlands and towns. They are killing people. We have nowhere to go.' The old warrior, asked in disbelief, 'Ni Ikire? (In Ikire?)' The cowering horde...
3 Of Parties, Squirrels, and Leaders
It was a service of songs. We'd just sat through a two-hour service honoring someone we didn't know in support of one we knew. The line was long but not impossibly so. The layout - fried rice, jollof, stewed chicken, moi moi, dodo, efo - would feed those...
4 Chief! Chief!
Many have illusions of chieftaincy without leadership capabilities. Their social climbing destroy organizations, communities, and nations.
5 The Writing Life
April is National Poetry month. Walk into a library and see the delectable display of works by poets around the world, some who have delighted and captivated our imagination, wrapping, and drenching us in words that lingers on."
6 Ogunpa and the Money Barons
Now, in the real beginning, there was Ogunpa, one of the rivers traversing the mighty hills of Ibadan. ... As wont deity, Ogunpa flows where it will, calmly in the dry season and boundless in the rains. Once upon a time, it received the worship it deserved...
7 Them immigrant parents can suck you dry
How can you work three jobs and still be broke? What have you done with all your money? What about getting a loan from your bank? Questions I'd like to ask my immigrant parent but know better.
8 Happy 25th Anniversary, Yagba Community Association
Though he asked the question, he knew the answer. The money contributed for the school had disappeared into the pockets of the current president, his contractor brother, and the village chief. Two years ago, the money raised for the clinic had suffered a...
9 Them American kids, when they're grown, they're gone
'Hello Lola. How are you? How's work?' Mama asked as she always did when she called her daughter. Though Lola was now an adult living in her own apartment two states away, she couldn't resist, 'Have you eaten?'
10 I'll fix Nigeria in a day and other Politricks
Tis the season for make-believe when reality is suspended in favor of fantasy. Old codgers become spry, villains become saints, and politicians peddle howling whoppers to masses swathed in euphoric amnesia.

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