Life I dey tell you be like travel , and Na so to hammer be. To make am for this life you no need chuwa chuwa , no cornilus . To bin make am na leg by leg ,if you get long leg sha use am so na je je you go dey waka, make… Continue reading Dis life
Seeing these two on Friday made me miss my dad a lot .. Dad A man who can be all macho and strong but still tender and gentle A man who the world can’t contend with but still bend to the will of his seeds He does it all out of love He is not… Continue reading Dad👨👧
As someone from benue state Nigeria, pounded yam is not something we play or joke with and I woke up craving some today . The twist of the matter is that here in Khartoum there is no yam and the few available costs an arm and leg . As they say necessity is the mother… Continue reading Pounded sweet potatoes 🍠🍠 ..
Shopping makes me so excited... yaay! So whenever I hear of a bazaar or a sales going on I lift myself up in the glory of the Lord and try to go see what I can find there.. This makes me miss my mum more. We love going to trade fairs together .. Anyways your… Continue reading Pop up sale 🎉🎊
WHO (World Health Organization) have warned that there is no going back to the "old normal" we have a new normal now which involves wearing masks, social distancing, sanitizing and reporting to the rightful authorities is you don't feel well. Well, be it that the old normal is "over" , most areas or part of… Continue reading Sightseeing 1.
To prepare the perfect Nigerian pepper soup, the key lies in the spices and herbs added to it. To prepare fish pepper soup you will need Fish, obviously. Now fish in Khartoum metropolis is expensive and as a student its not something you can fit into your budget regularly. But there are local markets where… Continue reading Nigerian Fish Pepper Soup
Okrika is a port town in rivers state Nigeria, but it is also what Nigerians call second hand products mostly imported from the abroad. Buying okrika products is a great way to get high end products below retail prices. It is also a way to save money and getting antique products which are no more… Continue reading The Stigma of Buying Okrika.