Baby Jowo + Mr. Lecturer

A looong while back, Baby Jowo was a pretty big deal of a song…lol.  I’m not sure if anyone remembers it but I’d share it.  OGD All Stars remixed the video in their own way and I can never help but smile when I watch it. For those who have never seen or heard it … Continue reading »

the Pause by Dudunorth

It had been weeks since I heard from Jide. He got me all wired in the method for getting cheap textbooks and I never heard from him again. After hanging out at the student centre for about 30 minutes, we exchanged numbers and I was certain he would call.  When he didn’t call, I was … Continue reading »

Naij Food Joints

I recently moved to London and the first day of my apartment hunt, I buzzed a friend who lived in London for directions to a Naij restaurant… The convo went a little like this: Me: Hi, is there a place where we can get fried rice around here? Friend: Why you want to open one … Continue reading »

How We Met by Dudunorth

Dudulove is an interactive story based on the creativity of Nigerian bloggers.  Anyone interested in stringing on to the story line should please send their chapter to dudunorth@aol.com. Here are the guidelines for participation: Get an understanding on the story thus far Feel free to get as creative as you deem necessary without losing the … Continue reading »

Save The Date – Andrea Iyamah

On November 20th, 2011, Andrea Iyamah hosts… THE ANDREA IYAMAH FASHION SHOW AND COCKTAIL PARTY THEME: Royalty DATE: November 20th, 2011 TIME: 19:00 – 22:00p.m LOCATION: The Studio at Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton, ON TICKETS REGULAR $25 – $20 in advance V.I.P (FRONT ROW) $40 – $35 in advance FOR TICKETS CALL: Hamilton … Continue reading »

Machiavellian Principles

The Nigerian billionaire Dangote, has some Machiavellian principles that will benefit us… Check it out: Lesson # 1: Business is war. Crush the competition, completely. “A prince must have no other objective, no other thought, nor take up any profession but that of war.” Forget the small talk: The sky might be big enough for … Continue reading »