Today’s subject on Abroad Life is a 21-year-old woman who discovered she is pansexual after moving to the US. She talks about leaving Nigeria, leaving religion and the journey to discovering and accepting her sexuality. What was growing up in Nigeria like for you? I grew up with my parents and three brothers. There isn’t […]
The subject of today’s Abroad Life went to the United States of America for school in 1979. He talks about leaving to get an education so that he could return for a better life, and meeting a completely different Nigeria when he returned in 1983. When did you decide that you wanted to leave Nigeria? […]
Today’s subject on Abroad Life was born in Grenada and then moved to the USA when she was five years old. She talks about what it’s like living with triple citizenship and why she has decided to live in Nigeria and do NYSC. So where were you born? I was born in St George’s, Grenada, […]
The subject of today’s Abroad Life is a 22-year-old man who moved to the United States four years ago for school. He talks about how he went from being homesick, to never wanting to return to Nigeria, his plan to marry a white woman if all else fails and how he would’ve landed in Unilag after having sex in a public park.
Today’s Abroad Life is about Alafia Olutimehin (Aly), a 24-year-old consultant living in America. She went to uni in North Carolina with the belief she’d return to Lagos to work after school. Nigeria changed, she changed and one lunch granted her access to working in corporate America. Here’s how it happened: When did you move […]
This looks bad. This looks very bad.
Welcome to the club, America!
Nigerians and their wahala.
His prophecy didn’t come to pass.
Nigerians actually stayed up to watch it.
Someone thinks they’re even the same person.
One baby wouldn’t stop crying.
Although we’re hurt, we can’t blame them though.
We are sha living a different life.
“I will send you back to Nigeria.”
His people messed with one of our own!
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