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The Conscienceless Nigerian

And we spoke. Lowly me. And him, the scion of a nouveau riche family in Nigeria. “I was supposed to hit Naija yesterday but had to postpone it until next week.” “Why?” “I forgot to take my anti-malaria treatment and popsie insisted I take it before I come.” “Really? Me, ...

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NONE OF MY BUSINESS (The B.O. Okoji Experiences: Episode 13)

It was while in the pursuit of justice that I crossed paths with Wale. He was the opposing counsel in a court case I was handling. We bonded immediately after the court session, over the exchange of different views and opinions about the legal profession in general. Wale was a ...

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THE JOURNAL: Fraud Alert

Dear Diary, I was minding my own business at work some afternoons ago when a friend buzzed me on Facebook inbox. This friend lives in London, and is one of those people who almost never initiate conversations on the social media. They are the ones who you have to say ...

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I wake up from a weird meaningless dream to switch off my phone alarm which has been ringing incessantly. It is 6 am already. One hour later than I usually wake up. I deliberately set my alarm for 6am this morning, because my husband traveled to Calabar to submit a ...

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Divorce drama: Anita Oyakhilome’s identity erased from Christ Embassy church website

The divorce mess between Pastors Chris and Anita Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy Church has worsened, P.M News reports. On Sunday, two days after it was reported that Anita Oyakhilome had filed for divorce, Christ Embassy deleted her pictures and personal information from its official website, www.christembassy.org. Many describe the action ...

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Say What?! Mariah Carey blasted for performing in Nigeria, supposedly ‘the world’s center of bank fraud & human trafficking’

Yep. Naija is badass like that. The things some of these people write though. US gossip site Radar Online yesterday scolded Mariah Carey in an article posted on their site, saying she shouldn’t have accepted to do a gig in a country known for ‘terror, death and fraud’. Read the ...

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