TV shows live relatively short lives in Nigeria, the reality variety not any exception. They come into our lives with pomp and pageantry, but sneak out. The list of shows that were once part of our lives is long, headlined by Glo Naija Sings and Amstel Malta Box Office. Is MTN Project Fame West Africa about to join these defunct shows in the retirement home of television programming?
We had discussed him before, when we just met, your now estranged business partner and friend of about ten years. Let me confess here that when you told me of your history with him and the intention to be all professional and keep it business like, I saw a problem. For me, it wasn’t about Okafor’s law.
We pamper our men in every way. We sort out their clothes in the morning, all laid out before they wake up. All they have to do is stand up, have their bath and get dressed. Please note that the wife is also a working mother, who needs to get the kids ready before the nanny comes, pack their lunchbox, and get herself ready for work to ensure she clocks in before 8am.
Ethinc hostilities have been brewing steadily in Nigeria, and on the 6th of June, they erupted. The youth wing of Arewa Consultative Forum declared Igbos persona-non-grata in Northern Nigeria. This followed recent calls for secession from pro-Biafra groups led by Nnamdi Kanu. Do these agitations suggest Nigeria is better split apart?
The porn industry has been monitoring user habits for years, making them aware to the tastes of users. This helps them presents the ideal experience without much need to flip through twenty pages in search of a decent video. Here’s what some of that information says about Nigerians and their porn habits.
The English Barclays premier league is back for its 26th season. The euphoria, drama, and intensity are all but a fragment of what makes the BPL the most watched league in the world. Last minute dramas, mind-blowing commentary from Jim Beglin and Peter Drury add to the beauty that is the English game.
And so it begins, again. The Premier League returns for a 25th season this weekend, with its blinding lights and obscene swathes of cash sloshing around the place. Everyone associated with it is contractually obliged to describe it as the best league in the world, that this season will be its biggest and best yet, as last season was, and the one before it. But does it matter if it’s the best?