From Funke Akindele and Carolyna Hutchings to Banky W and Yul Edochie, celebrities are becoming the new politicians. But what does this mean for everyone involved? Here’s what we think:
Before INEC stops PVC registration in June, we’ve opened the floor for Nigerians without a PVC to explain themselves. This is a reminder for you to register to vote.
Politicians are always dragging themselves through the gutter over “zoning” ahead of elections. We did a little digging and here’s what we found out:
From serving kpomo, to braiding hair and drinking pure water on the streets. These are some of the hilarious photos of Nigerian politicians trying to woo us during elections.
President Buhari’s time is almost up and very soon, we will be saying hello to a new president. Let’s meet some of the people trying to replace our fave bad boy.
Twitter is back! That’s just a little reminder that 2023 is not as far as we think. So here’s a quick recap of four promises made to Nigerian youths in the 2019 electoral campaign.
From Fela singing about police brutality in 1977 to Sound Sultan asking questions about electricity in 2010, these songs captured struggles that are still relevant today.
The Edo State Governorship election is on the 20th of September, and it will be interesting to know who governs Edo State for the next four years, including how the winning candidate eventually makes the state better. Will Adams Oshiomole have his man, Osagie Ize-Iyamu become Governor of Edo State? Or will Godwin Obaskei hold […]
Can you guess who will become head prefect?
Nigerians are famed around the world for our determination and ability to spot an opportunity, and for good reason. We can sell bibles to the Pope, and we’ll even rent your own property to you at a small discount. One Nigerian by way of the United States is trying to be the Thanos of taking chances […]
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Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: