In rememberance of her late father, Gumsu Sani Abacha, this morning wrote, ’20 year’s gone by… may ALLAH swt bless your soul. May he forgive your shortcomings and may Aljannah Firdaus be your final abode. Ameen. ALLAH ya jikan ka da rahamar sa. We miss you
MIND BLOWING!!! Afro Futurist Artist, Showcases Striking Resemblance Between AFRICAN ANCESTORS And AFRICAN AMERICANS Celebrities!
Jessi Jumanji is a L.A.-based artist, he showcased this ancestral-themed “Distant Relatives: Familiar Faces” series pairs up famous faces of the diaspora with their historic and ancestral visual counterparts. A spiritual reunion of sorts between genetic similarities passed down through generations and millennia. Stumbling upon some
Bode Thomas died after barking for hours? Did this really happen?
Who Said Nvdity Was Never Part Of African Culture? Check Out This Historical Photo… Sorry, Are Those Neeples Or Pistol?
Check Out This Historical Photo… And we are confused, are those neeples or pistol? CLICK HERE TO SEE/DOWNLOAD UNCENXORED PHOTO!
Photos: Checkout Nigerian Currency From Past To Present… Including Cowries, Trade By Barter & Others!
As a nation, Nigeria has come a long way, from the days of the colonial masters when their currency was the only thing allowed for buying and selling, to this period when our own Naira is the legal tender. Before the colonization and subsequent
“Truth, like a torch, the more it’s shook it shines.” ~ William Hamilton I don’t know whether to salute these photographers for their enormous courage or whether to hate them. I mean, how can you click the pictures of dead? But these photos again proved that
On October 1st, 1960, Nigeria became an independent country after being a British protectorate since 1901. Efik dancers ready to dance. 2. There’s Princess Alexandra of Kent opening the first parliament of the New Nigeria. 3. Students having a march past.
THEY WEREN’T ALWAYS SLAVES While most early combatants were conquered peoples and slaves who had committed crimes, grave inscriptions show that by the 1st century A.D. the demographics had started to change. This proves that not all gladiators were brought to the arena in chains.
Gen. Buhari married Hajia Safinatu in 1971 and they had five children, 4 girls and a boy. She was First Lady of Nigeria from December 1983-August 1985. Buhari divorced her in 1988 and married Aisha Buhari in 1989 with whom he had five more children
Ada Esther Johnson, popularly known back in the 50s as Ada Ocha Ntu pictured above with her lover, Mark Hall, whom she murdered in 1953 after she found out he’d used the 400pounds she loaned him for business, to go to England and