The Nigerian Dairy

Ordinary people with extraordinary stories – Ukung Alawa

Winners for the Pride Competition

We are glad to finally announce the winners of our debut competition after what has been a long wait for our competitors. We’ll bring you more details about our winners much later, However these are their names: The winner by your popularity vote is Amarachi Ekekwe Priscilla and the winner...

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A SALUTE TO THAT BLACK SOLDIER

  And when the call came, refusal wasn’t an option, wrapped in a warm embrace from her family, amidst tears, she walked briskly forward and accepted the call. For sure she knew what the call was about. It was a call to save to serve and to protect. Did...

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The 9-year-old Wizkid who passed WAEC

Anjola Victoria Mautin Botoku is a student of Edidot Primary School, Badore, Ajah, Lagos. She was not too long ago awarded by the Lagos state house of Assembly At plenary as the youngest person to have achieved this feat. Anjola stood in the stand reserved for the governor and received a handshake...

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TRIBUTE TO THE TYPICAL NIGERIAN LOVER

  He lives each day trying to please his woman, he may have other girls but he places no one above her, his wish, above all things is peace, a month, a week, or even a day without her ‘nags’. He keeps up with her PMS secretly praying for...

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THE WATCH WORD

Poverty came knocking, it stared us in our face and whispered to us things we didn’t understand. we thought it was hungry  and homeless so we let it in. it dealt with us, made us walk miles in search of work it exchanged the peacefulness of our home into...

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THE BLACK CHILD

light, tunnel, ligree He has dreams, built on hopes and hard work, He is that special child, cant you find him? Look closely among the children and there he is. He is always going to be a special black child Who knows what he wants and how to get...

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THE VERY UNIQUE FULANI’S PEOPLE OF NIGERIA

The Fulani people are recognized throughout Africa and many parts of the world for their rich and complex traditions, from intricate, colorful marriage to heavy, golden hoop earrings, facial tattoos, face piecing long curly hair and beautiful round beads. They are different from the way they speak to the...

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SOMETIME IN 1960

It is a familiar year, you need not be lectured on what happened, but sometime in that year, something unforgettable happened. Let us take a stroll through memory lane…… She used to be a black hole, not a black star She was exploited to say the least, She was...

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The Nigerian Way

Ask me again if I never get tired of singing the Nigeria song and my reply is NO.. Why should I get tired when the only song on my lip is the Nigeria song, the only air I breathe and the only people that have accepted me are the...

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WETIN DEY HAPPEN NA, HOW UNA DEY?

Forgive me if I am not perfect or fluent in the pidgin language, but I am one of those Nigerians who is ready to learn… yes! Although it hasn’t found its way into the school syllabus, it is still a language we value in this part of the world....

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