Tag: Nigerian culture

Omoleye OmoruyiMarch 9, 2021

Why we must draw the line between ‘influencing’ and superiority complex

It’s becoming a daily phenomenon. Someone waltz into social media and tries to teach others what’s passe and what’s modern. ...

SponsorAugust 20, 2019

Live Theatre Lagos present #WhatMenWant powered by Access Bank, LIRS,DSTV, CMRG Research and Max.NG

Live Theatre Lagos presents What Men Want, a satirical comedy about life, love, faith, marriage and everything in between featuring ...

SponsorJuly 17, 2019

Death and The King’s Horseman for Wole Soyinka at 85

In celebration of Wole Soyinka 85th Birthday Anniversary, Live Theatre Lagos would be presenting the Nobel Laureate iconic drama on ...

SponsorMay 20, 2019

The highly anticipated Live Theatre Lagos kick off show is here and we are excited #DaTKHm

For her Inaugural Production Live Theatre Lagos presents Wole Soyinka’s Death and The King’s Horseman supported by Stanbic IBTC, MTN, ...

EzinneAugust 10, 2017

The Thread: “Yoruba wahala” “Chill with the titles” | ACP Abayomi Shogunle gets major heat from TwitterNG

Every day, Twitter NG scavenges for things to talk about. They will jump on an opinion, a sentiment, anything at ...

EzinneAugust 2, 2017

The Thread: “It is vulgar and degrading” | Americans come for Nigerians over our culture

It all started with Wale the rapper, who sprayed money on his daughter during her birthday. https://twitter.com/Wale/status/889917661760585731 Americans got mad ...

Rachel OgbuJune 1, 2017

Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick set up the world’s first Nigerian tapas lounge in London

by Rachel Ogbu// Nigerian-British brother-sister duo Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick are running Chuku’s Nigerian Tapas Restaurant known as the world’s ...

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