This week’s subject on #TheAbroadLife received a trip to London as a birthday gift when she turned ten. Since then, she’s been to 34 countries, from Namibia to Eswatini. At the moment, the US is her home. But will it be her last stop?
Has INEC taken any steps to ensure inclusiveness for visually impaired voters in the upcoming elections?
Former APC chieftain, Naja’atu Muhammad has been spilling party secrets about Tinubu and Shettima ever since her resignation. But who is Naja’atu and why the beef with the APC?
For Ose Anenih, Peter Obi’s emergence as a frontrunner comes down to EndSARS. While he applauds young Nigerians, he thinks they’re backing the wrong horse.
Over three million Nigerian students stand a chance of being excluded from voting in February. But how could this be and what is the solution?
NiMet has released its rainfall prediction for 2023 warning that unusual rainfall and floods are imminent. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
We’re weeks away from the 2023 general elections and the government has some taken preventive measures against electoral fraud.
As the 2023 elections draw closer, what factors could contribute to Nigerian voters making decisions at the polls?
The latest gist is the APC and PDP are seeking the disqualification of their opposing presidential candidates. What needs to occur for this to happen?
Nigeria faces a lawsuit that could drain $11bn from its lean treasury. The FG is fighting it with everything it’s got. How did we enter soup?
NAHCO decided to embark on an indefinite strike, leaving many passengers stranded on a Monday morning. Here’s everything we know.
After weeks of scarcity with the new naira notes, Meffy has decided to launch the cash swap programme today. Here’s what it is, how it works, and why it would help Nigerians meet the January 31 deadline.
Did you know the federal government has decided to increase the price of fuel from ₦167 and create a timetable for filling stations? How will this help the fuel scarcity problem?
This week’s Abroad Life subject is a Nigerian couple who’ve lived in America for over 20 years. They spoke about the downside of American politics, their views on the coming Nigerian elections and diaspora voting.
Do you know that electricity companies are supposed to inform you before ‘taking light’? Here are your rights being violated by DisCos in the dark.
From the use of body odour as a means of identifying voters to a smartphone ban in polling units, here are some interesting things the INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, mentioned at Chatham House.
Do you think it’s time to do away with the death penalty in Nigeria? Here are five things that can earn you a death sentence in Nigeria.
The CBN has now launched debit cards putting it in competition with traditional banks. What other odd things has it done?
Lots have been said about BBTitans and how it might distract youths from the forthcoming elections. We look into that, as well as other “distractions.”
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