#JusticeForSylvester: Here’s everything you should know about the Dowen incident.
Today’s subject on Abroad life watched Buhari’s second term election win in tears and promised he would leave Nigeria before Buhari left power. Two years later, he tells us how he managed to leave — a process that involved changing careers and getting over 800 job rejections.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life talks about getting the chance to move to the US, opting out finding out she had to move to Canada within a 3-day period, and her struggles with navigating adulthood for the first time in Canada.
From Sanwo-Olu declaring that there were no casualties after the protest, to Lai Mohammed calling the killings a “massacre without bodies”, here are 7 times the Nigerian government denied the Lekki massacre
The Lagos State Judicial Panel has released a report confirming something we already knew – the Nigerian army and police shot and killed #EndSARS protesters.
We read the report, and here’s everything we know.”
Today’s subject on Abroad Life talks about moving to Malaysia to get an education but meeting something totally different: a life where he had to evade cultists and fraudsters who needed his programming services for high-end crimes.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life moved to Ghana in 2009 after her family told her she would have a great time there. She talks about seeing xenophobia against Nigerians play out in many different forms and experiencing it herself, firsthand.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life has travelled to three different countries with her family. She talks about her experiences in each country, sleeping at airports and borders, and why she’s never going to Ghana by road again.
After the events of 20-10-20, Editi Effiong documented the proceedings of the Lagos judicial panel that followed. In this piece, he tells a story most of us can relate to. A story of how everything changed.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a Nigerian-American who returned to Nigeria 3 years ago. He talks about the reasons he moved to Nigeria, having to do NYSC so he could get better employment, and almost getting kidnapped by armed men disguised policemen.
On October 16. 2020. the National Economic Council directed the 36 states of the federation to create a judicial panel of inquiry on cases of police brutality in their states. This is what happened at those panels.
The Nigerian Police are once again harassing, detaining and firing teargas cannisters at protesters. Here’s what we know about it so far.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life has always wanted to explore life outside Nigeria — but not permanently. He talks about moving to Scotland because of the nice people, his plans for getting a UK citizenship, and the reasons he wants to move back to Nigeria.
Our subject on Abroad Life today takes us through her life, post-university. She talks about taking a sabbatical in the US, attempting and failing a master’s in Nigeria, and why studying abroad is not as easy as everyone thinks.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life wanted to move to Canada for just one reason: his dad’s health. He talks about losing the motivation to travel when his dad died in Nigeria and how the Lekki massacre made him rekindle his passion for leaving Nigeria.
You’ve probably seen pictures of Nigeria’s coat of arms all your life, but do you know what the symbol represents?
If you don’t, this article contains all the information you need.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life didn’t know she was moving to the US 13 years ago — she thought she was going for a summer break. She talks to us about feeling disconnected from her friends, struggling to settle, and the reason she wants to move back to Lagos.
Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a Hungarian-Nigerian who grew up in Zaria. She talks about never really fitting in Nigeria because of her skin colour, moving to Hungary for school and to find her dad, and returning to Nigeria because God told her to.
In Nigeria, up to 2,000 people die every year due to deadly clashes between farmers and cattle herders over rights to openly and freely graze, and the clashes made about 62,000 people homeless between 2015 and 2017.
In reaction, southern states in Nigeria are passing anti-open grazing laws. But what do they mean?
Rivers State generated ₦15 billion from VAT in June 2021, but only got ₦4.7 billion, whereas Kano State generated ₦2.8 billion naira from VAT in June 2021 and got the same ₦2.8 billion naira it made.
This is allyou need to know about the VAT crises:
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