The LP’s Ndi Kato is confident that her party will dominate in three of Nigeria’s six geopolitical zones at the February general election. She also shared her thoughts on the fuel subsidy and why some leaders in the South East are against Peter Obi’s candidacy.
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.
Vera spoke to Citizen about her wild experience with the Lagos State Task Force. She believes that to survive Lagos, you need friends in high places.
Santa’s interesting career journey has seen him try out different trades from events promotion to dog breeding. But he’s not stopping till he becomes a billionaire.
Anthony* is a media practitioner who spoke to Citizen on the process of getting roadworthiness papers in Lagos. He finds the whole thing a bit frustrating.
This week’s subject of Navigating Nigeria is Pelumi who’s struggling to understand why land grabbers, in collusion with the police, demolished and took her community hostage.
This week’s subject of Navigating Nigeria is Matilda, a 24-year old author who spoke to Citizen on her failed japa attempts, switching passions and churches, and the harsh reality of getting a job in Nigeria even with a first class degree.
Naomi is a Cameroonian who spoke to Citizen about life in Nigeria. Here she talks about migrating, bullying, darkness and of course, the Nigerian police.
All Mark wanted was to find a decent place to make a home but he got more than he bargained for, literally. Read his crazy experience about getting an apartment in Lagos and how he’s still dealing with a huge electricity bill after being swindled by his landlord.
Today’s subject of Navigating Nigeria is Damilare, an events specialist who faced death at the hands of an angry mob. The pain of the experience is fuelling his advocacy against jungle justice in Nigeria.
Today’s subject of Navigating Nigeria is Titilope who manages a filling station in Lagos. She talks about what fuel scarcity means for a filling station manager and how much of it is really good or bad for business.
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