If it’s not dramatic and very likely illegal, then it’s not a Nigerian impeachment, as these governors found out.
Nigeria hasn’t reviewed the salaries and allowances of political office holders in 15 years and Kenya has the right formula for how we can change that. How does it currently work?
This week’s subject on Abroad Life is thankful he’s an American citizen so he could swiftly move to the US once Lagos began to stress him. In a year, he’s on the career path he projected for himself and even making music on the side.
What’s Buhari’s obsession with Niger Republic and using Nigeria’s scarce resources to take care of them? We have the tea.
The registration window for new PVCs has finally closed after a dramatic final few weeks and we learnt a few important things.
It’s easy to use mouth to run a country, as these old Buhari tweets prove.
We don’t know how much the gods need to rig an election, but a Nigerian politician has found out it probably costs more than ₦24 million.
Who’s going to step up and save the naira from the trenches?
Some Nigerian senators have drawn the line for Buhari and given him a deadline to fix up or face impeachment. There are a million reasons why the threat or the impeachment won’t work. Here are some:
Nduka’s* uncles expected him to take up his father’s role as village chief priest, but the police force was more exciting to him. Then the first military coup happened and working there as an Igbo man became difficult. He shares the moments that led up to his retirement after 35 years of service.
From Funke Akindele and Carolyna Hutchings to Banky W and Yul Edochie, celebrities are becoming the new politicians. But what does this mean for everyone involved? Here’s what we think:
“If we do this, we’ll only end up bringing down the level of educational standards in Nigeria.”
Here’s what lawmakers think about a bill to extend the validity period of JAMB results to two years.
The endorsement of clergymen of questionable origin is the latest twist in the controversy of Bola Tinubu’s Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket. But what does everyone think about the controversial ticket?
It’s hard but possible to imagine some Nigerian politicians as anything other than politicians. So here’s what we think these seven would do if they weren’t trying to get a piece of the national cake.
If you worked with villages whose inhabitants had to order drinking water off Amazon but still avoided the internet like a plague, you probably wouldn’t think Canada is great. That’s the life of this week’s subject on #AbroadLife, and she can’t wait to leave.
What happens when you’re Tinubu and can’t secure the high-profile Christian endorsement you desperately need to boost your presidential campaign? Well, you get as creative and dramatic as a Nollywood director.
It’s election season and Nigerian politicians are trying to toast us with sweet campaign promises. These are the most laughable ones so far.
We know Osun State’s governor-elect, Ademola Adeleke, can make Chris Brown sweat in a dance competition, but what else did we learn from the state’s governorship election?
More than 4,000 prison inmates, including convicted terrorists, are currently roaming the streets of Nigeria following a string of prison attacks that started in 2020. What’s the Nigerian government doing to recapture them (since begging isn’t working)?
Today’s Abroad Life story spans three countries on different continents, as our subject takes us through how she went from Nigeria to the United States.
No woman has been elected governor in the history of Nigeria’s democracy and that won’t change with the Osun State governorship election. What else should you know about this election?
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