'Mr. Sowore is advised not to flee Nigeria and should be prepared for a legal battle'- Lekan Fatodu's counsel
Arrested Sahara Reporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore released from Police Custody
The Bus Station- The Story
Couple welcome quintuplets in Cross River State after 10 years of childlessness
5 Killed as Herdsmen and Farmers clash in Benue state
Meet Chijioke! The graduate who operates an Open Air Restaurant in Anambra
Gunman storms House Party, kills 11 persons and himself following separation from his wife
Court Sentences Son Of former Rep Member To Hanging
Former Cross-River state governor, Donald Duke steals the Powerbike show at Calabar Carnival with Monstrous Power Bike
50 Wraps of Cocaine excreted by two drug traffickers at Lagos state Airport
Man recounts how he was robbed by SARS last night in Lagos
Female banker who hired assassins to murder her husband gets N1m bail
A Glimmer of Hope II- The Story
3 Nigerian children in Spain go days without food as they lay next to their mother's corpse
Twelve days of Christmas- ‘On the first day of Christmas, my true love……..’ (video)
This is just for fun but a lot of ladies are denying their birth month because of these.
Hehehehe if you are born in January,April, May, July, September and November, stand up, stand up.
Please which is your birth month, don't deny it.
Below are words Nigerians use that don’t exist in the English dictionary:
1. Go-slow: When Nigerians say go-slow, they mean congested traffic, which is wrong. The meaning of go-slow in the English dictionary is, a form of industrial action in which work or progress is deliberately delayed or slowed down.