Nwadinobi Ugochukwu

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Frank Edwards – Everything You Should Know About The Gospel Rock Star

Frank Edwards is a gospel singer and powerful songwriter, whose songs are sung in every part of the country and provides a go-to danceable gospel alternative for hip-hop-loving Nigerian Christians. From very humble beginnings in Enugu state in the South Eastern part of Nigeria, the Rocktown Records boss has risen to prominence in the Nigerian gospel music scene and also in...

9Mobile (Etisalat) Data Plan, Bundle, How to Check Data Balance, Customer Care

9Mobile, previously known as Etisalat, is one of the telecom companies we have in Nigeria. Apart from voice calls and SMS, the company also provides data for both heavy and light data consumers. In recent times, especially with the rise of the social media, data has become an essential part of existence and as such, these telecommunication companies have positioned...

Airtel Data Plan: Bundles, Subscription Codes, How To Check Data Balance

Airtel is one of the biggest communication networks in Nigeria. It is also well known when it comes to data and internet service provision because it provides a variety of options from which subscribers can choose from, irrespective of their income level. About 40% of data and internet users in Nigeria presently use the Airtel network and the reason is not far-fetched....

Before You Eat That Pie: 10 Reasons Why Eating Junk Food Is Suicide

One of the basic need of all mammals - both human and animals alike is food. It is not just a luxury, it's a necessity. The survival of man is tied to healthy eating in an adequately measured proportion. In as much as food is vital to survival, the food to be eaten must, apart from being healthy, contribute meaningfully...

10 Things Nigerian Ladies Resort To Doing After An Emotional Heartbreak

A break-up is one of the most dreaded experiences for both men and women. Some people in order to avoid it have continued in some wrong and horrible relationships because they believe that staying is fairly better than breaking-up! However in most cases, when the much dreaded unavoidable happens, both guys and ladies indulge in some obscure and funny...

Lucrative “Okirika” Business: All You Need To Know About The Trade

The three basic needs of man as a social animal are food, clothes and shelter. Anyone who does business along these lines, with proper Godly principles, is bound to be successful because demand will always outweigh supply. Every human being must wear clothes no matter the social status or financial situation (new or used/okirika clothes) because we all desire to basically cover our...

11 Reasons To be Proud Of Being A Nigerian

Nigeria is respected as the most populous black nation and one of the powerhouses of Africa yet so many of its citizens are not proud to be associated with her. Nigeria just celebrated her 55 years of independence, yet some of her citizens do not see any reason to celebrate since 50 percent of the masses are still living...

Nigerians Who Are Calling The Shots In The Ghanaian Economy [See List]

Yes, you heard right! Nigerians are the ones powering the Ghanaian economy. They are seated in the big executive chairs behind the CEOs and MDs tables at the head offices of various financial institutions, oil companies, insurance companies and other big multinational institutions managing and controlling the economy of Ghana. This was made known through a research conducted on heads of both Ghanaian and...

Top 10 Most Expensive SUVs In The World

In a land where people love to show off and where it is very important to drive expensive cars, what better way is there to show off wealth than to get one of the most expensive SUVs in the world. Few can afford these cars, but not being able to afford it is certainly not reason enough to not...

Obi Okeke: The Man Who Went From Nigerian Refugee To Mayweather’s Car Dealer

The journey to greatness in life does not have a particular route. It only obeys life principles. No matter where you are now or what you have lost, you can still be great, renowned, famous and whatever else you want to be. This is the story of Mr. Obi Okeke, a Nigerian who left the shores of the country...