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· January, 2007

Stories about Nigeria from January, 2007

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Nollywood goes to Sierra Leone

Africa: plight of being a homosexual

Nigeria: Nigeria's top models

Nigeria: Nigerians abroad do not need to go home!

Nigeria: falling in love with makossa and soukous

Nigeria/UK: wishing Big Brother was about racism

Nigeria: Nigerian pidgin 101

Africa: Dancing to soccer moves, Maasai Hip Hop and laughing at wealthy Americans

My name is Steve Ntwiga and this is my first post at Global Voices Online. I will be trying to fill a small part of Obi's huge shoes as I...

Nigeria: African Digerati: Emeka Okafor

West Africa: What is NOSPETCO?, Aid Does Not Work, Dogon Architecture and Tourism As A Therapy

As we delve into the West African blogosphere this week, our first stop is Nigeria. One issue that is attracting so much attention among Nigerians bloggers is NOSPETCO. What is...

Nigeria: clash of values

Nigeria: Calabar Carnival and Parade

Nigeria: what politicians really mean

Nigeria: debating census results

Nigeria: challenging census figures

Nigeria: double standard in international aid

Nigeria: Nollywood and Hollywood collaboration

Saddam execution video re-ignites death penalty debates worldwide

Over the past four months, we've tried to feature and contextualise videos we felt should be seen and debated by a wider audience. Today's featured human rights video is something...

Nigeria: enough is enough

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