Lagos moves to add scrabble to schools’ curriculum


 The Technical Director of the Lagos State Scrabble Association, Adetona Odukomaiya, on Friday said plans were underway to add scrabble to schools’ curriculum in the state. Odukomaiya told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the association had been working … read more

City Guides


Visiting Nigeria? Here Are Five Things That You Must Know


 One out of five Africans is a Nigerian. Nigeria dominates the continent and it is hailed as the most populous place in the region. A visit in this tropic place will put anyone in a culturally rich region, diverse society … read more

Essential Info


Nigeria visas within two days


 Nigeria will process all tourist and business visas within two days, the vice president’s office said on Friday, as Africa’s largest economy, mired in recession, tries to improve the ease of doing business in the country. Applicants will be notified … read more



Here’s how Facebook knows who you meet in real life


 We found an explanation for those creepy friend requests you’re getting. A couple months ago a friend and I went to Colombia for vacation. While we were at the beach one day, we met a group of people and spent … read more

Arts & Entertainment


5 times Beyoncé has been influenced by Nigerian culture


 Recently, Beyoncé lit up the Internet (again) by sharing pictures of her African-themed “Carter push party” to celebrate her pregnancy. Pictures posted on social media showed Queen Bey decked out in African attire with her husband, Jay Z. In a video … read more


Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga are in the race to be the first Nigerian team to compete at the Winter Olympics.

See how this 3-woman Nigerian bobsled team hope to make history


 Most Nigerian sports fans only follow football, boxing, basketball and athletics. Rarely do games like bobsled interest us, or mean anything to us. Which is why many people may not yet know about Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga. The … read more