Nigerians Living Abroad – What will it take to bring you back home… for good?

Nigerians in diaspora are many. You can go to any country or continent, and I bet that you will eventually encounter a Nigerian (even in Antarctica o!). Nigerians go abroad for a variety of reasons: education, vacation, employment, asylum etc. There is no concrete number on exactly how many Nigerians live abroad, but some estimate […]

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Another building collapse…

Less than 72 hours after the tragic and deadly school building collapse in Lagos, a structure under construction in Ibadan has fallen. Fortunately, no one lost their lives and only a few were injured. The victims were escorted to the hospital, and Governor Ajimobi has ordered that they should receive free medical treatment. This is […]

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Nigerian School Collapse – 20 confirmed dead

Lagos Nigeria – Tragedy hit Lagos island Wednesday, when a 3 storey (make-shift) school collapsed and killed 20, and trapped several others. The Ohen school, crumbled to the ground mid Wednesday morning, as children teachers and even some toddlers were in the midst of their daily activities. Locals immediately began to try and dig through […]

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Most Livable Cities in Nigeria (2019)

I hope you read last weeks post on the “Most Livable Cities In Africa” – there were a few shockers on that list of African cities, and needless to say there was a bit of controversy. I expect this post to be very similar – not everyone will agree with our list, as most people […]

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Abuja Building Collapse – 1 confirmed dead, several trapped

In our nations capital, Abuja, a four storey building collapsed last Friday, killing one person and trapping up to ten individuals. 6 people were rescued from the rubble and the search continued for a day to try and recover the remaining people, as reported by the Vanguard News. The search and recovery efforts were called […]

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The Future of Affordable Housing?

PRESSING OUR WAY TO THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE & AFFORDABLE HOUSING Humans, for millennia, have used mother earth to make shelters, homes and places of worship. The very dirt beneath our feet, is arguably the best material for constructing the places we live,work and pray. If I were to tell you that this material is: […]

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