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Date archive: February 2011

Exploring Kerang- The Volcanoes that blew Jos Plateau

The plains stretch as far as the eyes could see; the sleepy horizon is obscured by massive cones of varying colours- some lush green, and others, earthly brown, jutting out into the skies and standing imposingly like enormous yam heaps on a village farm. These are the Kerang Volcanoes of Jos Plateau, North Central Nigeria….

An opportunity for me to meet my favourite Naija Movie stars- K-naija Sister writes…

Where did time go to? I can’t believe a fortnight has gone by and again, it is time for me to write for my favorite blog in the world! I’ve been busy…preparing for my monthly CATS in school, working, looking forward to my baby’s school mid-term break (began yesterday afternoon – how I had missed…

A Peace like the Creeks of Niger Delta

The Midnight wispered across a sleepy creek, Hazy mists mute its snore, Floating lilies savour its lull, Dead Angalas tower above its banks like lonely pilars of a relic coliseum, Their grey tones are smeared in ethereal forms atop the waters. Towering above the banks, The lifeless mangroves stood with an earthly ardour, Emblazed by…

Welcome to the most beautiful waterfalls in Nigeria- The Farin Ruwa Waterfalls

At the distant skyline, thirty kilometres away from Wamba village, a spray of white smoke vaults off a cliff edge and descends the steep slopes of a mountainous escarpment, as the roar of its cascade breaks the pristine air, welcoming tourists to the magnificent home of the most beautiful waterfall in Nigeria- the Farin Ruwa…

A Revolution is Coming… Egypt holds the Hammer, Nigeria is the Trigger!

A revolution is coming…Egypt holds the hammer and it has been cocked, Nigeria is the trigger, here it comes. Imagine Africa taking the form of a revolver pistol: Egypt takes the position of the hinge holding the hammer, Nigeria takes the position of the trigger, Southern Africa is the barrel and South Africa is the…

Where am I taking her this Val?

Ahmadu-Bello street wore a vivid coat of traffic jam and Adeola-Odeku wasn’t free of the virus either. Lekki express way was a grid-lock of a hundred cars. It was a sunday, and the mid-day sun burned with a merciless flame. Gorgeously-dressed Pedestrians gathered at bus-stops frantically awaiting commuter buses. Their sweaty scalps glistened and tanned…

” …And Nigerian girls are beautiful too”- A Kenyan sista writes

I guess my undying fixation with Nigerians is driving some of my friends up the wall in exasperation! They can’t blame me because it is a passion of mine and anyway, Naijas are great people despite the one or two bad “elements” in their midst but which country including my own doesn’t have any??Another Tuesday…

CROCODILE ROAMING FREE IN AJAH, VICTORIA ISLAND- Naijatreks moves into action

Residents of Greenville estate along Badore road in Ajah, Victoria Island, Lagos; have been sighting an errant crocodile roaming free in an artificial lake within the estate. The 990m2 Lake, which appears to have been formed by local subsidence in underlying lithology of the area, had overtime constituted a threat to the estate road along…

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