Okay fine, you’re bored and stuck at home. No one’s going to see those cute outfits you ordered last minute on ASOS anytime soon, so you’re showing out on every brush transition challenge on social media. You can’t wait for the quarantine to end. We get it, these are tough times. That said, that’s a […]
Hello fellow quarantings, how are you doing today? A little socially distant? Isolated from the things you love? We get it. Nobody knows better than us how you’re taking the lockdown. In fact, we know you so well, we have decided to stage an e-intervention to save you from all the stanky things you’ve been […]
“I visit Nigeria everyday. From Instagram. I like the distance.”
For many, the outbreak of the coronavirus has felt like watching the opening of Pandora’s Box in real-time. Relaying their personal unboxing experiences are five Nigerians scattered around the world. We’re starting with Johnny, a Nigerian who lives in the original epicentre of the virus – China. Peter, China. At first, it felt more or […]
It’s official. Going forward, life is going to be divided into pre-corona and post-corona times. The world has never experienced and hopefully will never experience anything quite like this virus, which has so far affected around 351 000 people. Which is why we’re feeling more than a little appreciative and kind of nostalgic of all […]
There are a number of things that become important when a global pandemic goes double platinum with the sick beat it made, Thanos- snapping the world into quarantine. Playing (and winning) hide and seek against said virus definitely takes centre stage. Avoiding a beat down while threatening your parents to stay indoors probably follows suit. […]
In the first-ever non-Nigerian Abroad Life, Dounard, a Liberian citizen, spent the better part of his life, growing up in Nigeria. After returning to Liberia, a country changed from the time he left it, ravaged by a civil war and the deadly ebola pandemic, his optimism at helping to re-build the country is currently put […]
Today, we’re going to set aside any memories of being members of the music, literary and debating or 2 Face fan clubs, to pretend that all we’ve ever been are Boy Scouts. Because if there was ever a time to be prepared, that time is now! With the coronavirus present in Nigeria and rapidly spreading […]
Did somebody say: I’m always one to look for silver linings in any situation. So when news of the coronavirus in Nigeria broke, I didn’t fret. Right there for the taking, was a golden payback opportunity, for every Nigerian child who has had to respond with ‘insightful’ to a 400-page essay forwarded by their Nigerian […]
Core essentials for the corona. It almost sounds like a party,. Welp!
Guess who’s coming to dinner, it’s the rona. While we all say our collective ‘God forbids’, the reality is that the Coronavirus has done what imported rice cannot do — infiltrated the Nigerian border. With the new case, the wisest thing to do is to be proactive in taking precautionary steps against the coronavirus in […]
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