Today's blogger in the spotlight is Tunde Phillips from Nomadic Negro, he is a Graduate of Economics from the prestigious University of Lagos and at the moment, he blogs about his travel and adventures across Nigeria and beyond. "Travelling is the easiest way to learn modesty and humility." - Nomadic Negro Inasmuch as there's something … Continue reading 17 Qs AND As WITH NOMADIC NEGRO – TRAVEL BLOGGER EXTRAORDINAIRE
There is a famous saying about life that it is about the journey and not the destination. When it comes to living in Lagos, it is often a combination of both. First there's the journey, a Lagosian commuting to the island from mainland will most likely spend three hours in traffic. And what about the … Continue reading HOW TO GET RID OF LAGOS TRAFFIC CONGESTION: 9 FORMULAS EXPERTS SWEAR BY
The newest shopping experience on Ikeja city block everyone can't stop talking about is the pristine Jara Mall. Address: 22, Simbiat Abiola Way, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria. 'Jara' means a little extra, it is a yoruba word and over the past few decades it has migrated to shores of the popularly spoken Nigerian Pidgin. A good … Continue reading LIKE JARA? THEN YOU’LL LOVE THIS NEW SHOPPING MALL
No introductions, let's just get started from the get go. SHARP PAINTBALL is the first of it's kind in the city of Abeokuta and it was kicked off by Akinsola Ajibola, one of my buddies. Founded on 15th July, 2019 and nestled in the Presidential Boulevard, Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), Abeokuta, Ogun state. The … Continue reading WANT TO ‘SHARPLY PAINTBALL’ IN ABEOKUTA? NOW YOU CAN!
I don't really know what made the morning perfect. It didn't rain but today was unlike any other since the beginning of my stay in Osogbo, the air was fantastic; the weather delightful; and my bed was enticingly warm. All I had to do now was enjoy my honey-heavy dew of slumber. This Blogpost is … Continue reading HOW I FEEL AFTER SPENDING 5 HOURS IN EDE