These Cartoons by Mike Asukwo Aptly Describe Everything About the Nigerian Political Scene
October 6, 2015
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Repeat after me: ‘Canada way is the right way’.
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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.
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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.”
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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.
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