If you’re not hip to TWOTS, you can run through past editions here. Your correspondent flew under the radar for 4 days in Lagos last week. Here’s what I saw and heard
If you are reading TWOTS for the first time, the back catalogue is here. This was a short trip so this edition is somewhat abridged.
Disclaimer:These are mainly anecdotes I picked up during my stay in Lagos. Feel free to fact check where appropriate.
In any case, it was never my intention to report what you can find on the pages of newspapers.
FF :I am not sure I have ever been to Ghana. But like me, I am sure many people get carried away thinking they know the country very well. After all, it’s just next door and every Nigerian has Ghanaian friends.
Your correspondent is back in Blighty after a tour of Nigeria that took in Abuja, Kaduna and Lagos. Here be findings
1. I have good news to report! When I landed at Abuja Airport, it felt and…
Everytime I go to Nigeria, I always try to wear my amebo journalist’s cap. This trip was a really short one but all the same I ‘overheard’ certain things.
1. Nigeria is a country blessed with beautiful women. Take any sample of Nigerian women from any…
We go straight to the point this time.
1. On my way into Lagos I had the pleasure of sitting next to a rather chatty but good natured Tanzanian chap. So what’s a Tanzanian chap doing in Lagos I ask him…
Your correspondent managed to be in 3 cities in about a week. Wherever there are Nigerians, there will be stories to tell. (Previous editions of TWOTS can be found here).
Ownership of this blog has its perks. One of such is the ability to change the rules as I see fit. So even though TWOTS is normally an account of a trip to Nigeria, the rules can be broken to take in somewhere else e.g. with Singapore last year.