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· May, 2011

Stories about Nigeria from May, 2011

Nigeria: Memories of attending a boarding school

Watch this YouTube video of Nigerians remembering their experience of attending a boarding secondary school.

Nigeria: The Nigerian Event Awards 2011

BellaNaija shares photos and writes about the winners of The Nigerian Event Awards 2011: “The celebration of this maiden edition of the awards brought together a great number of people...

Africa: Will Land Grab Help Africa?

Ken argues that the latest land grab in Africa might help the continent: “This latest land grab on the continent maybe the catalyst of an African green revolution. Most African...

Nigeria: 15 year old Nigerian teenager gets admission to Harvard

Naija Feed reports that a 15 year old Nigerian girl who has been offered admission to 13 prestigious universitires in the United States has become the latest media sensation: “She...

Nigeria: SaharaReporters: Africa's Wikileaks

Speaking the truth to those power has never been palatable anywhere. Daring to do so in Africa may be the same as signing one's death penalty. If you have any...

Africa: Osama's Death: How the Letter O Helped Obama

African netizens react to the news of Osama's death: Kenyan blogger Clay Onyango comes up with his take on why Osama was killed by the United States administration, while Crazy...

Nigeria: Social Media and the 2011 Elections

Pharmacist, journalist, photographer, social networker, poet and fiction writer. Meet Nigerian journalist Tolu Ogunlesi and find out his opinion on social media and his country's recent elections.

Africa: African Atheists and Freethinkers

Graham writes a post highlighting Africa atheists and freethinkers:”There are many individuals in Africa who break the mould and challenge our traditional stereotypes. These people challenge our view that every...

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