One of the many things that define us as a country are our historical moments. Nigeria, as we all know have historical moments, some of which were horrible and sad while others were with a happy ending. Such historical moments can never be forgotten and will continually be told as a story to our children and those yet unborn.
West African countries are blessed with varieties of foods which are beneficial to humans. Ghana which is also a West Africa country have many delicious foods, these foods are adopted by other neighboring countries like Nigeria, just because its ingredients are available at beck and call. Photo showing West Africa
Waterleaf is one of Nigeria's most neglected and underestimated plants. Most people think of it as a year-round wildflower. This vegetable, on the other hand, is a West African annual herbaceous plant that may be found in the majority of Nigeria's states (mainly in the South).
Do you have an upcoming ceremony? If yes keep reading because you’re about to see the latest Ankara Aso Ebi styles you can wear to slay. Aso Ebi in Yoruba means family cloth. It refers to a uniform garment usually worn in Nigerian and other West African cultures to show solidarity and camaraderie during social gatherings.
Fulani Christians under the umbrella body of Fulani Christians Association of Nigeria (FULCAN) are insisting that it is wrong to refer to them as killers and violent herdsmen. The group accused the rest of the country of associating them with other violent herdsmen known for clashing with farmers across the nation, describing such notions as 'erroneous'.
State House Press Release Let’s Put In Place Measures To Prevent Coups, Says Osinbajo At ECOWAS Summit On Guinea * Proposes AU, UN, Commonwealth others simultaneously suspend nations where military seizes power *Nigeria wants West African countries to respect their own constitutions *Only free, fair, transparent elections welcome, VP adds
As candidates prepare for the English Language papers in the ongoing, West African school Certificate Examination (WASSCE), it is a good time to give success tips to students that are sitting the examination. In this article, I will be exposing students to methods of writing high scoring summary at the level of the WASSCE.
Arsenal will take on Aston Villa today at the Emirates Stadium at 8:30pm (West African time). The referee in charge of the game is Craig Pawson. Arsenal are currently on a five-match winning streak in the English Premier League (W3 D2). The game with Aston Villa is expected to be very tough given that both teams are close in points and position on the EPL table.
There are so many music legends in Nigeria and Fela Kuti is one of them. He is one of Nigeria’s most famous and loved musicians, especially because he pioneered Afrobeat – a genre-blending of jazz, funk, psychedelic rock, traditional West African chant, and rhythms – into conscious music in the 60s and 70s.
In West African countries like Nigeria, the kola nut is a cultural staple that symbolizes peace, goodwill, integrity, unity, reconciliation, or kindness in some Nigerian traditions. Traditionally, it's commonly chewed by aged people, especially people in their late 60s and above.
What are waist beads, and what do they do? Waist beads are generally worn low on the hips and loosely. If you wish to track your weight loss, start with your beads higher on your waist and work your way down to your hips. You don't have to wear them tight to keep track of your progress.
It is no doubt that the strongest problem that West African countries are currently facing is that of Coup that ha affected many Francophone countries. Coups have taken place in Chad, Guinea Conakry, Mali, and others. Although some of them are failed Coup while others were successful.
Have you heard of waist beads? Waist beads are a customary African embellishment that comprises of little beads or wire worn around the abdomen or hips. They come in various shadings and shapes and may likewise have ornamental stones, gems, or charms. Waist beads have been worn for quite a long time by ladies in numerous West African societies.
Today's Headlines: "Nigeria will Crush Boko Haram Terrorists"-Buhari; SS1, SS2 Banned From Writing WAEC
Nigeria’ll crush Boko Haram terrorists - Buhari tells world leaders Photo Credit: Punch Nigeria The Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd. ), has said that Nigeria will spare no efforts at getting rid of Boko Haram terrorists, especially in the North-East part of the West African nation.
Coral beads traditionally depict royalty. Rooted deeply in the history of various West African cultures, coral accessories have been used for centuries. Though red corals are the most common, there are also other colours such as white, brown, etc. The coral symbolizes warmth and beauty; for some, it also symbolizes protection.
Today we bring you a smart and stunning Aso Ebi Wedding Styles Collection series. These are the latest picks and i am sure you will love them. Our editions cover collections of so many cuts of West African wedding clothing styles and designs for brides, grooms, bridesmaids, and even guests.
The new Guinean junta detained a former minister, Tibou Kamara, for several hours after arresting him before dawn on Sunday and ransacking his home, according to his entourage and an official statement. Kamara was Minister of Industry and spokesperson for the government of Alpha Condé, overthrown in a coup in the West African country on September 5.
The Lagos state commissioner for Education, Folasade Adefisayo, announced the resumption date for the 20211/2022 academic section. He said all public and private schools would resume the new academic section on Monday, 13th September 2021. According to the commissioner, the students of model colleges and upgraded schools are to resume in batches, and this is as a result of the ongoing West African senior secondary examination.
Sierra Leone's President Julius Maada Bio signed a measure abolishing the death sentence on Friday, making his country the latest African country to do so. The move comes after lawmakers in the West African country voted in July to abolish the death penalty, replacing it with life in prison or a minimum 30-year sentence.
A lot of candidates who are setting for the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) want to know when they will be expecting to see their results after the examination. And, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) through its director of public affairs has attended to this quest.