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The Tree of Ténéré

by cheri

The last acacia tree still standing bravely against the harsh Nigerien sun and the raging and thirsty winds of the Sahara Desert fell in 1973, the arborial victim to a drunk driver. 162 more words


The new Nigerian Infrastructure section

Our first post for the new Nigerian Infrastructure section on the 2nd Niger Bridge is ready and will be released after the Easter Holiday on Tuesday the 22nd of April! 27 more words


Wedding photography Nigeria

hope you enjoy our gallery, give us a call. we promise to make that wedding event memorable.

getting ready….Oooo just thinking about the rest of our lifes… 29 more words

National Conference Delegates Ask Government To Shut Nigeria’s Borders With Cameroon, Niger And Chad.

Today most of the women delegates were dressed in black while most of the men wore black stripes and caps to honour those perished in Monday’s explosion at Nyanya bus park in Abuja. 195 more words


Saying Good-Bye Is Not for the Weak

Akwai rana uku! There are three days left in Maradi! How is it possible? I don’t know that I can leave here and say good-bye to all of those who have walked into my heart and settled there. 745 more words

Living Life Out Loud

Benin | Niger | Burkina Faso | Cote D’Ivoire |

Being back in West Africa was like coming home – the intoxicating mixture of color, music, dance, song, masses of people, heaving markets, finger clicking handshakes, endless negotiations, squished taxis, loud arguments, louder laughter.   1,986 more words