that_Idoma_geh🦋 Certain event and occurrences have made me ponder on the word “inhuman”. Because as humans there are certain things like “empathy” that’s should be exhibited but in these past few days. I have witnessed the opposite both from people I know at arms length and those I consider “close”. How do you ask human… Continue reading Inhuman …
It’s the first for me. As a Nigerian geh (girl). Getting flowers is strange and weird. But I got a Rose flower . For the first time . You guessed right, I didn’t know how to react or what to say . So I said Thank you. Weird I know, A white rose flowers conveys… Continue reading The White Rose flower
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.
Chin Chin is a popular fried snack in west Africa . It is fried dough, made mainly from either wheat or cassava flour, sweetened with sugar and flavored with nutmeg, vanilla or any other flavor of choice. Chin Chin is a common snack served at parties and celebrations. It is also prepared during festive seasons… Continue reading Chin Chin.
The price of Bride price is taking a surprising turn as certain families are been accused of using it as a poverty elevation scheme for the prices are exorbitant, and most times ludicrous. Certain factors also affect the price of bride price. Reasons might be if she is educated, schooled abroad, A young lady, Beautiful… Continue reading The bride price 2🎁🛍💵🐂🐓🐐
Bride price is an amount of money or property or social title paid by the groom or/and his family to the family of the bride. The bride price is very important in most African traditions as it is symbolic and validates a traditional marriage. It is also a criteria that should be meet in oder… Continue reading The bride price 1 🎁🛍💵🐂🐓🐐
TRANSLATION: Observe every details Take everything as a sign. Before I start, enjoy a cup of tea. So, a good evening to you. Growing up Nigerian, we were taught to see everything as a sign. A child sweeping the house is translated to an unexpected guest will visit today. Itchy feet implies someone somewhere is… Continue reading Make you dey observe..