Category: Buzz

Why MMM Will Most Likely Never Come Back

For some months, MMM was the biggest thing in Nigeria, providing a quick way to make profits (without working) to millions of Nigerians. The enthusiasm among MMM participants was high, and some people continued to pump every naira note they could lay their hand on into the scheme. Quite unexpectedly, on December 13, 2016, the […]

100 Hot & Fast Selling Products & Goods in Nigeria

More than countable¬†products and goods are presently selling hot and fast in Nigeria. Being the largest black nation on earth in terms of population, the country is a hub for buying and selling as the market for many products and goods is readily available. In Nigeria of today, majority of the populace look for one […]

Pictures of Nigerian Traditional Wedding Cakes

70+ beautiful and unique pictures of Nigerian traditional cakes are here for you to choose from, either for your wedding or other ceremonies. But the focus is more on wedding cakes. Some of these cakes are shaped in form of beads, house, cascaded segment, clothes etc. Nigerian couples always want a wedding that would remain […]

Awesome Pictures of Lagos, Nigeria

There are awesome pictures of Lagos, Nigeria all over the web. From jaw-dropping shanties to magnificent picturesque, Lagos indeed has it all. No wonder you hear “Lagos is no man’s land” in every corner of the city. That’s because Eko (the native name for Lagos city) has a place for every class in the society. […]

Latest Ankara Fashion Style 2017: Gowns, Dresses and Tops

Amazing is the world of Ankara fashion with the rate at which new styles are coming in vogue. In 2016 only, countless number of styles which never existed had emerged with latest world class fashion touch. This makes Ankara style to be the choice of most Nigerian celebrities and fashion designers never relented too in […]

Which is the First Church in Nigeria?

first church in nigeria

Although Christianity made its first appearance in Nigeria in Benin in the sixteenth century when Portuguese missionaries came, no definitive church was established before the missionaries departed. The first church in Nigeria wasn’t built until few centuries later. The first church in Nigeria is the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Ake, Abeokuta. Its foundation was […]

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