‘Visiting my daughter in Aso Rock is like going to jail’ – Soyode, father of Vice-President Osibanjo’s wife
8-year old boy tortured to death by Mother's Boyfriend because he was believed to be Gay
Couple jailed for kissing in Tunisia
'Debo Adebayo only wants to tarnish the school's image'- Redeemer's University allegedly responds to claims by expelled Final Year student
'Okorocha and Zuma's Statue'- Reuben Abati on Rochas Okorocha's reception of SA president's visit to Imo State
Final Year Redeemer's University Student narrates how he was expelled just before Graduation for a 'Social Media Post'
Limbless Pastor, Nick Vujicic and wife are expecting twins
Evil dad punched his 2-day-old daughter to death because she would not stop crying
Nigerian man in shock after discovering drugs inside yam he was asked to help deliver to someone abroad
“We got only boxers after killing Hector” – Suspected killer of Gulder Ultimate Search winner
Commercial Driver attempts to kill Governor Fayose with his car| Court remands Driver in prison following attempt on Fayose's life
Cemetery rejects corpse of civil servant killed by lightning in Kwara
Killer of Gulder Ultimate Search winner nabbed after weeks of manhunt-Police
This is Blood Money! Facebook group users reject Rochas Okorocha’s 5.5m birthday cash giveaway
Police allegedly kill Final Year student over N100 bribe in Akwa Ibom| Police deny allegations
'Mama Taraba & the APC Crisis'- Reuben Abati on controversy surrounding Aisha Alhassan's declaration of support for Atiku Abubakar
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.