After more than 200 unsuccessful job applications on LinkedIn alone, Nigerian student Modupe Osunkoya knew time was running out for her to extend her stay in Belgium. With three months left on her student visa, she either had to get a job or leave the country. But there was another option – enrolling for her
Experts and international organisations generally summarise migration from Nigeria in three main waves. The first wave being the period 1914–1960s, capturing the era when the country was under colonial rule, followed by the second wave, 1960s – 1980s, encapsulating the first two decades after independence. Then, the third wave, 1980s until today. A new project,
Migration has been a very topical issue globally. In Nigeria, there have been continuous efforts to document the gains and pains of Emigration. Recently, attention is being drawn to a fresh initiative to rewrite the narrative with the Diaspora Option. (In this interview, Radio Nigeria Lagos, Migration Correspondent, ABIOLA PETERS engaged Mr ADENIYI SANUSI Executive
Concerned Nigerians abroad under the aegis of the Society of Young Nigerians in Diaspora for International Collaboration and Transnational Engagement (SYNDICATE) led by its Romanian based convener, Adeniyi Sanusi, will unveil the Nigeria Diaspora Project 40/40 on Saturday October 2 at the CMD, Magodo, Lagos. The project is to accommodate both virtual and physical participation
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Nigeria is an extraordinary country. Formed by combining 3 Protectorates from the British Colonial rule, located on the Bay of Bight in West Africa, Nigeria is home to over 200m people (officially), combines 3 major tribes and 250 smaller tribes, over 500 languages, immense physical beauty and topography that ranges from the lush tropical forests
In London, night came too soon. It hung in the morning air like a threat and then in the afternoon a blue-gray dusk descended, and the Victorian buildings all wore a mournful face. In those first weeks, the weightless menace of the cold startled Obinze, drying his nostrils, deepening his anxieties, making him urinate too