The Tafawa Balewa Square, (TBS) is a 35.8-acre ceremonial ground in Nigeria designed for elegance and functionality. It was named after the nation’s first Prime Minister, Tafawa Balewa. Unfortunately, he was overthrown and murdered in a military coup on January 15th, 1996. The square is a prominent site for tourism and urban rejuvenation.
A good comparison of the most popular kind of public transportation in Osun and Lagos, Nigeria.
After a lengthy discussion the Chief reached a conclusion, “I have heard all you have said but *mbanu, it is against my tradition to encroach on another man’s land, I and my father suffered before we acquired this property to build this mansion, it is family, I’m sorry”
The land is no respecter of persons and its terrain to commercial success is rough. Florence recently divorced her husband, marital scandals that stemmed from infidelity and adultery prompted her to push for this. In a way, that action plunged her into the arms of poverty. The man gave her and the children nothing! nevertheless … Continue reading THE PERILS OF MOTHERHOOD II