Nwadinobi Ugochukwu

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10 Correct English Words Misused By Nigerians

Nigerians have this obscure gift of coming up with words, phrases and tenses that will suit their communication. Be it in pidgin, slang words or their native tongue, Nigerians are never in short supply of "coined" words that justify its usage per time. This article brings to the fore, 10 correct English words misused by Nigerians. Electioneering campaign: It is commonplace to hear statements like this in Nigeria,...

11 Nigerian Footballers Who Have Never Played For Nigeria

In a great country like Nigeria, numerous talents abound. And in football particularly, this nation is never in short supply of gifted individuals. However, while some Nigerian footballers have grown from the ranks to stardom, adorning the great colours of the Super Eagles - the green and white - others have chosen to adorn the colours of other countries. But...

Top 10 African Celebrities And Their Tattoos

A tattoo is a form of body modification, made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment. Tattooing has been practised for centuries in many cultures and spread throughout the world. Gone are the days when "tattooing" for cosmetology reasons were seen as an alien culture, as most celebrities now find it very trendy to have tattoos...

The Origin And Meaning Of Rag Day In Nigerian Universities

The origin of the word "Rag" according to the Oxford English Dictionary is "an act of ragging; especially, an extensive display of noisy disorderly conduct carried on in defiance of authority or discipline". Much more recently, monetary donations have been integrated into this activity. Rag Day displays have seen passers-by "ragged" until they made a donation. In the United Kingdom, Rag Day is...