Like the streets of Lagos after the slightest tinkle of rain, the month of June in Nigeria has been one drawn-out series of unfortunate events after the other. From a governor bearing arms, to helicopters landing on federal roads; we weren’t quite sure where parody ended and real life began. We bet you, if every […]
Clarence Peters called, he wants his toys back.
What happened this week? Did you finally start that diet? Did you tell your boss to stick it like you’ve been planning for the past 5 months? Did you lose a little weight? Well, I’m sure you have positives to all of these questions and your week had a fair share of doldrum and crazy, […]
We are currently in the politically correct year of our Lord 2019, so I will refrain from labelling Nigeria and everything even tangentially related thereto, as one big scam. What no one can stop me from doing however, is calling out the little demon spawns currently running round Nigeria, dressed as seeming well-adjusted individuals. But […]
“It was a perpetual inability to fit in”.
There are very many things that don’t make sense about Nigeria and living in it. Like say how, despite being chock full of mineral resources, Nigerians still somehow straddle the bottom rung of the poverty scale. Or how despite growing up in and singing the praises of a famed neighbourhood in Nigeria, a certain Nigerian […]
Tattoos are “sort of like a bit of education”
And you thought misappropriated funds were the only things Nigerian politicians liked to steal.
Who needs enemies when you have African leaders?
‘Chairman’ doesn’t count by the way.
Imagine you were taught 2 + 2 = 22. But, unironically.
Let the people eat air miles, because why not?
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