I Am Nigerian

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    Dear Maria, Greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. My dear, for sometime now, I’ve noticed that our friendship is no longer like it used to be. The communication gap is continually widening, and I have this feeling that you’re avoiding me. There are two...
    Stainless1 Stainless1
    31-35, F
    1 Response Mar 4, 2014

    Simple Question: “Why Did The Chicken

    Cross The Road????” GEORGE W BUSH: We don't really care why the chicken crossed the road. We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not. The chicken is either against us or for us. There is no middle ground here. BILL GATES: I have just witnessed e...
    benics benics
    18-21, M
    Dec 17, 2013


    If i were i to be told that i will witness a crises i would say NO. But i had no choice when it all happen to me in my home town. The crises was so fierce that we had to flee to neighboring town for safety purpose. With my experience of crises, i always pray for God to grant...
    lexwiz lexwiz
    22-25, M
    Jun 18, 2012

    Why the different names?

    Do they refer to the different regions
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    Aug 10, 2014

    Nigerians are HAmazing!

    You bring a certain flavour to everything you do. And you are FUNNY! I cannot put my finger on it but you ALWAYS provide comic relief! - no matter the situation. Ace!
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    1 Response Jun 15, 2015

    The Way Most Nigerians View Virginity And Virgins

    I am a Nigerian lady, and I am a virgin…a 27 years old virgin. What I want to concentrate on, in my write-up is how most people view virginity and virgins. A lot of people here in Nigeria, do not believe you, when you say that you are a virgin, especially, when you’re an...
    Stainless1 Stainless1
    31-35, F
    3 Responses Apr 19, 2013

    A grandmother on my mothers side of the family

    a few generations past was from Nigeria. I think it was still a British colony when she left to go to Dahomey (now Benin).
    Dieudonneso Dieudonneso
    26-30, F
    1 Response Mar 16, 2016

    Mixed Race Nigerian Yoriyori

    I am proud to be half Nigerian Ijaw tribe, my father Nigerian and my Mother Polynesian/Kiwi I was born in New Zealand though I usually travel to Naija with my husband and 2 year old daughter. My husband is also Nigerian and he is the love of my life, he is a doctor and I am a...
    Hope2815 Hope2815
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jan 28, 2013

    let's all change the media's negative image of

    Nigeria and Africa as a whole. All the stupid media shows foreigners are the places where terrorists attack. They only show them the places ridden by poverty. They don't show them all the beautiful tourist locations. They don't show them how great this place is. Right now a...
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    Feb 22, 2016

    Happy New Year

    Greetings to all Nigerian brothers and sisters around the world, may God bless you all. I have fond memories of growing in Nigeria and all the wonderful people that have contributed to my wellbeing; God bless Nigeria.
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    Jan 2, 2009

    The Truth Is Always Bitter

    I have finally accepted that am a victim of molestation although I block it out at tymz.I know somethings for sure, I was molested by both sex, they made me feel it was part of life.It's so hard to know the people that are meant to love you(family members)did more than they where...
    Bellasmith64 Bellasmith64
    18-21, F
    1 Response Feb 27, 2013

    Abu'm Onye Igbo

    What up, what up. Actually, I've been in the States since '88, and my dad isolated our family from our Nigerian relatives, so I don't speak Igbo near as well as I used to; but I pick it back up fast when I'm around Nigerians.Anyway, so I be a Nigerian person (read that with the...
    DaSSRedemption DaSSRedemption
    36-40, M
    4 Responses Nov 2, 2013

    Love Is Wicked

    I was from a friend's house going home at 07:48pm... so i reached a certain mosque,, i saw a fair lady coming towards me, she was wearin a nevy blue top and a black trouser, she covered her hair with a black headtie... i couldnt see her face clearly but when she came close to...
    Hitla Hitla
    26-30, M
    Nov 19, 2013

    Quarter Nigerian

    My mum's half Polish, half Nigerian. Her father (my grandpa) left her mother (my grandma) when mum was just three and she never saw him again - he died in Lagos when she was fifteen :(. Sadly, I've never been to Nigeria and don't really feel a connection...
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    1 Response Aug 24, 2009

    Some updates can kill: "To hair is human,

    to forgive is design" "I hate guys with low selves of steam" "You are a blessing to your generator" "I am a soccer 4 guys with six park" "My bb charger is no longer walking" "Anybody who supports this killings is a carnival" "Be magnified oh Lord, u are highly exhausted" "Thank...
    benics benics
    18-21, M
    4 Responses Dec 22, 2013

    Hafa my paddis. Make una hear me sha.

    .. Pesin wicked o! Una no fit commot for house again an no fear pesin wey go wan do una ojoro. As I dey university I dey see as my collegues dey do wayo anyhow-anyhow wen I dey sidon dey do d wok like I suppose do o! Wen dem go return d results una go see say dya mark pass my own...
    Quiche5 Quiche5
    18-21, M
    2 Responses Mar 14, 2015

    Why Cant I Be Nigerian-american?

    I was born in America, but both my parents and my older brother were born in Nigeria. I love my country and my culture. It is a huge part of me and I feel connected to my fellow Nigerians. However, when I tell people that I am not African-American I am Nigerian-American, they...
    thepeaceful1 thepeaceful1
    9 Responses Sep 15, 2008

    I Am Nigerian

    I am Nigerian through and through…and I am proud. I've been in the states since I was 8, so technically I was raised in America… …and still I am and will always be Naija!
    yourfuturewife yourfuturewife
    31-35, F
    3 Responses Nov 24, 2013

    Black By Nature; Proud By Choice

    This poem was inspired by Genesis 1:26 and 27     Lord, Lord, Why did you make me black? Why did you make me someone the world wants to hold back?   Black is the colour of dirty clothes; the colour of grimy hands and feet.   Black is the colour of darkness...
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    Jan 2, 2009

    We Are Nigerians

    Just like the song "we are africans" lets not do what i did in my past years.i knoe you want to know what i did.it all happened in my young age when i travelled to u.s.a to study in high school.firstly my teachers asked me about my nationality although i was a bit shy i conquered...
    Lemueljohn Lemueljohn
    18-21, M
    6 Responses Aug 2, 2010

    OFFICER EAZY:- what is your name?

    AKPOS:- M.P sir OFFICER EAZY:- tell me properly! AKPOS:- Michael Peter sir OFFICER EAZY:- your father's name? AKPOS:- M.P sir OFFICER EAZY:- what does that mean? AKPOS:- Moses Peter sir OFFICER EAZY:- your native place? AKPOS: M.P sir OFFICER EAZY:- is it Makurdi Purum? AKPOS...
    benics benics
    18-21, M
    2 Responses Dec 20, 2013

    Naija :the Most Populous Nation In Africa

    Where are all the Nigerians on EP, why aren't there any stories to read? I love being Nigerian, even though there is bad publicity about some of us, I think that we are a wonderful people. Naija for life! ;-)
    Buks Buks
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Apr 28, 2008

    My Mum.

    Just straight and simple, I hate my mom. You know when there are moms that are usually kind to their children whereas the father is strict. For me , its the complete opposite. She never wants anything good for me. Whatever I want she wants the complete opposite for me. Like with...
    PrinsAbs PrinsAbs
    2 Responses Jan 23, 2013

    Bawo ni? Shey dada ni?

    Mo kan fe ni gbogbo yin ni o!
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    1 Response Feb 21, 2016
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