Armed with all gorgeousness, Toyin Aimakhu covers Guardian Life Magazine’s latest Issue
Glitter iPhone cases ‘causing skin burn’
Police arrest Fake Corps Member at NYSC Camp in Akwa Ibom
Big Boy Escoba Smith drags AIT and Sun Newspaper to court over Ozubulu Church Massacre
Underground ritualist den uncovered at Obadeyi Bus Stop, Lagos
Obasanjo opens up on why he once slapped his teacher
Model caught trying to steal £1,000 worth of designer goods from Harrods
7 Killed and 10 Others Injured as Boko Haram attacks Mildu Village in Adamawa State
18 Whistleblowers allegedly killed by suspected Kidnappers in Kaduna state
'Lunch in London, Anxiety in Nigeria'- Reuben Abati on recent APC Governors' visit to President Buhari in London
Adesuwa Onyenekwu interviews the Ogiri woman with British accent
MASSOB calls on Governor Fayose to release Igbo Traders being Unlawfully Detained
NTA Reporter killed by gunmen in Benin
Metropolitan Police launch manhunt for extremely dangerous prisoner released by mistake in the United Kingdom
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2 Reportedly Dead as Suicide Bombers Attack University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) Again
Autopsy shows what killed 200 level student of CRUTEC, Joy Odama, after visiting an Alhaji
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.