A lot of people who have died or people roaming the streets just didn’t have the right care. People amongst us are bipolar. Some have dementia, schizophrenia, and many other illness. Some children who get flogged by their parents for being dull may be battling autism, dyslexia and many other disabilities. We need more awareness.
Dear Nigerians, we owe a sense of responsibility to ourselves. And so, the next time we offer our very colourful show of concern when a bomb goes off in France, or a nuclear leak in China, or flood in Florida, let us also speak out in concern when a suspected thief is beaten, molested and burnt in Lagos.
Is there any passenger that thinks that they should confront officers when they stretch out their hand to collect ‘white’ (as fifty naira is called)? Is it fear that prevents this? Or is it a it’s-none-of-my-business attitude?
Did you know there was a slave trade going on right now?? I know right?
Find out all about it and more in this week’s episode.
Join the ROUNDS team as they bring you this week’s dose of hilariousness in the news.
At this point they need no introduction, now. Do they? Join Saga, Nelly, Terdoo and Sirkastiq on this week’s episode of outlandishness as they discuss everything from Dasuki’s sudden loss of memory last week to Trump making twitter go nuts. Don’t forget to drop a comment!
For a Savage-Niniola collaboration to work, both artistes would have to imbibe small elements of each other’s artistic ethos. The song may heavily lean towards Niniola’s signature afrohouse, brisk and summery with the potential to dominate the dance club circuits.
Join us this Sunday as we ponder in amazement on why Dasuki paid 1.4 billion for national prayers, and why Rochas Okorocha intends to go around setting up erections in different parts of his state. Remember to leave a comment!
Nigerians constantly do the most unseemly things merely to survive. Whether it’s walking to and fro inbetween oncoming traffic from 8 till late selling packaged sausages or carrying around a brush and water just to wipe windscreens so they can get 50/100 naira just to get something to eat.
This month, Lagos Fashion and Design Week will make its return, a flagship platform that has incubated, nurtured, and exported Nigerian designers to rest of the world. As before, many designers from Nigeria and the continent will be hosted under its brand and will continue to be that way for a long time.
Join Terdoo, Sirkastiq, Saga and Nelly as they bring you the news that’s making the ROUNDS (get it? Yes, that’s where the name comes from. You’re welcome Roundabouts…) this week.
We have seen the elders fail. Freedom didn’t come cheap, yet in six years of independence we were already taken by military rule and a year later by an unforgettable war that the Igbos are still seething from. The system is warped, wieldy and unsustainable. Our democracy has been a charade, producing a government of liars by liars for liars.
Mr. Ajimobi who enjoyed the best education Nigeria has ever offered closed down secondary schools for seven weeks and only re-opened the schools after apology letters were sent to him by the heads of the affected schools.