Once upon a time in Nigeria God was easy to worship


You won’t need to be an Economist or Academic of any sort to see this, just wander round the town, pick any town randomly, the evidence is overwhelmingly choking – choking is the word as it really captures the full extent of impact religion has on citizens today.

What is going on regarding religion in Nigeria today is Economics in its entirety. Christianity for example in Nigeria is a free market – unregulated free from government control. Pastors/Reverend/Daddy or whatever titles they choose for themselves are completely free to operate anywhere they wanted. However, the outcry that we have in the country today was not because people are against free market it is just that free market of religion is equal to disaster, people are choking out of religion been imposed on them daily. The imposition of religion especially christianity is unbelievably contradicting to what they preachand yet they…

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An African City episodes and the bathroom etiquette


What a breath of fresh air to watch an African show, based in Africa, and about what we can all relate to, be returnees or not –  most importantly entertaining with lots of laughs and a bit of ‘take home’ lesson to implement.

In episode 2 Sexual Real Estate  at 11.31, when Nana commented on the guy doing his business against a metal gate, I was very pleased that this side of us that needed attention is out in the open as it is long overdue. Lacking proper bathroom etiquette is no ones culture, it is a learned disgusting habit and just not cool.

What is most annoying though was the fact that Africans do not only do this at home, this disgusting habits followed us everywhere. I am aware of the fact that landlords at home, Nigeria for example would rather spend money on celebrating 10th year anniversary of their…

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