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Hassan Yahaya

So, Lassa fever is back. Again. All the warnings sound like big big grammar, so we are going to try to simplify it. So, what does this mean? Lassa fever is a viral illness caused by rats. It is usually found in parts of West Africa including Liberia, Guinea, and Nigeria. The animal in charge […]

1) The quiet ones: They mind their business and the only time you interact with them is from bargaining fare to eventual payment. 5 stars, Okada edition. 2) Chatterboxes: Sir, I can’t hear you over the sound of my heart beating fast because I am holding on for dear life. Stop talking sir. 3) Daredevils: […]

Every Monday morning brings along with it drama leftover from the weekend. In Nigerian offices, there are various personalities. The best time to observe this difference in behavior is on a Monday morning. Here are the various types of Nigerian co-workers you will observe at the start of a new week. The can it be […]

Many Nigerians have either been unemployed, underemployed or in a bad job at some point in their work history. To make you appreciate how far you have come, we created a quiz to guess your first salary. Take this to find out:

If being a good Nigerian child was a best selling book, odds are the title would be “do not provoke your parents for any reason.” Nigerian parents swing between praise and punishment depending on whether you listen to their advice or not. While most of their advice can be good, others have good intentions but […]

The latecomers. This category of people wait till it’s almost time for prayer before leaving the office or work and you can find them always rushing to meet up with prayers. Their mantra when they meet anyone on the road is “have they prayed?” Front row gang. These people come like 4hours before service, they […]

Hello, guys. Welcome to my Youtube channel (I have always wanted to say that). If you are anything like me, mathematics and anything financially inclined stresses you out. Health insurance, Pension, Tax, Compound Interest, Black Tax. But…This year we are being responsible. So, I decided to find available investments and I stumbled upon a miracle […]

If you grew up in Nigeria and aren’t Igbo, chances are that you probably heard about the Nigerian civil war in detail at a later part of your life. This is because shockingly, an important part of our history is left out of the school curriculum. Seeing as we are entering the decade of intense […]

1) Not dropping offering money so you can buy ice cream after church. 2) Your parents offering to help you “save” the money visitors dash you. 3) Keeping the change when you run an errand. 4) Greeting the visitor over and over again so they will drop money. 5) Slightly inflating the price of textbooks. […]

Firstly, this is a safe place Secondly, this was done for the sake of science Lastly, leave your home training at the door and come in So, the other day I was wondering (not so loudly) the cost of adult toys. With dwindling wages and increased unemployment, what’s the cost of a decent toy that […]

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