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· December, 2008

Stories about Nigeria from December, 2008

Nigeria: Discussing the Christmas spirit

With the Christmas holidays coming to an end, it is time to collect a few thoughts by Nigerian bloggers on this special season of the year. While some like certain...

Nigeria: Victoriana in African costumes

Saharan Vibe features the works of British-Nigerian textile artist Yinka Sonibare who had garnered international recognition with his Victorian historical figures dressed in Dutch wax African print costumes. The post...

“Why I blog about Africa” (Part 2)

A couple of weeks ago we brought you a meme that was doing the rounds in the Francophone blogosphere answering the question of why to blog about Africa, after which...

Adgator: Africa's First Advertising Network for Bloggers

Adgator is the first ad network for African bloggers created by Afrigator, a social media search engine and blog directory. The network is currently being tested in South Africa. Plans...

Nigeria: James Iroha Uchechukwu wins photography prize

African Loft reports that James Iroha Uchechukwu has won the Prince Claus prize for photography, and posts a slideshow of his work.

Nigeria: Murder of a high chief in Enugu

Icheoku writes about last Monday's murder of Igwe Uche Nwachime, a high chief of the Enugu state in Nigeria, after being abducted.

Nigeria: Best food and drink in Lagos

Saymama starts a “Best in the city” series about places in Lagos where to find, for instance, the best croissant or the best plantain chips.

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