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Top 10 Most Popular Foods in Nigeria 2023

Nigerian cuisine stems from a rich fusion of traditions spanning the ethnic groups in the country’s North, East, West and South regions. Meals can include dishes from different cultures featuring staples like cassava, rice, beans, meat, fish, vegetables, spices, palm oil and more. The popularity of certain foods also sometimes...

Top 10 Best Transport Companies in Nigeria 2023

An efficient and dependable transport system is essential for economic growth and improving Nigerians' quality of life. Nigeria's transport sector faces challenges but also great opportunities. As Nigeria's population increases, demand for transportation rises. Transport companies must expand services, acquire newer vehicles, adopt technology, and prioritize safety and customer service...

List of animals Nigerians are scared of

If you are scared of wall geckos or owls, you're not alone in your animal phobia. it is estimated that over 65% of Nigerians are scared of owls and Wall Geckos. Apart from those two animals, there are other animals that invoke fear in many Nigerians. Read Also:5 Nigerian Celebrities...

Paternity Fraud in Nigeria: Is That Your Child Really Yours?

Recently, a story surfaced on the internet about a man stabbing his wife and also committing suicide after he found out that one of his two children was not his biological child. According to reports, the couple went for a DNA test for their Canadian Visa when results showed that...

Remember Diezani Madueke-Alison ? She Stole Trillions Of Naira, now a citizen of Dominica And EFCC Can No Longer Arrest Her

Diezani Alison-Madueke served as Nigeria's first female President of OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) from November 27, 2014 to December 2, 2015. During her time in office, she diverted state funds, awarded multi-billion naira contracts without regard for due process, as well as recklessly spent  government funds. Diezani Alison-Madueke, ...
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