My sister’s boyfriend is the cutest! Couple days back, he approached me with what I thought was a grandiose plan for val’s day. “I’ll get her a Wana Sambo dress”… “oh and flowers, lots and lots of flowers” … “and there must be cupcakes too!”. Being the prudent conservative person I am, I go “you know what,…

Hi #RNfambam! Welcome to week two of our Trending on ReviewNaija segment! Here are the top 5 trending on ReviewNaija as of Feb 04, 2017: Silver Foxx (holding down the number 1 spot from last week) Cakes and Cream, Surulere 30 Days in Atlanta (Movie Review) NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION (NIMC) – Have you gotten your ID…

Hi #RNfambam! Welcome to our Trending on ReviewNaija segment! First of all, we want to thank you all so much for your support. Our community is growing and we are super excited that more folks are starting to speak up against poor customer service in Nigeria! You’re probably wondering what “Trending on ReviewNaija” is about.…

On customer service in Nigeria… So this happened in the Nigerian twitter universe yesterday: And folks thought this dude was lying! (story for another day). Whether or not he was lying, here’s a valuable message for all Nigerians: Nigerian businesses aren’t doing you a favor! You are paying for a service. If a business decides to…

Nigerians have suffered in the hands of service providers in this country. From tailors who charge up to ₦60K per dress and don’t deliver (JBLiving) to companies like Carlcare and Tecno that ignore their customer’s pleas, service providers in Nigeria have a long way to go. The recent Dave Sucre debacle has also highlighted this fact, and…

If you’re anything like me, you’re probably googling “Things to do in Lagos this Christmas 2016“, or some other variation of that. Maybe your search words are “Top Attractions in Lagos” or “Exciting Things To Do In Lagos This Christmas“. Funny enough, I asked around and people said they’re searching for events and things to…

I saw that @instablog9ja on Instagram reported the kidnapping of CBN Governor Emefiele’s wife: I proceeded to read some of the comments below the post and was in awe! @dehiz captured my thoughts exactly. Dear Nigerians, why is everything a laughing matter? How are we able to turn a kidnapping situation into a freaking joke?…

Tips to Public Transport in Lagos

· Pray before departing
· Always have change and small denomination notes
· Foresee and know every part of your journey
· Have a positive mindset towards the whole thing, and you will laugh a lot if you observe and listen, especially in Danfo Buses.

Lets begin by analyzing:

Okada: Forget convenience, forget safety. I am late for my flight and Airport Road is blocked. Well, call one of these bad boys and they will help you maneuver traffic.

However Okada guys are crazy, some are mad, some are still learning to drive the damn thing and others have watched too much Jackie Chan movies…

In my opinion, Babcock University did a really good job hosting this event, especially considering that there are a lot, and I mean a lot of rules and regulations students need to adhere to. Some of which include:

A strict vegetarian diet. i.e. no meat or fish, but tofu and egg
9:45pm curfew
No coke/pepsi
No trousers or jewelry
No loud makeup
No “dorcasing” (a Babcock student is the only person that can explain what this means).
No cooking, as food is served in the cafeteria