Monument in Platô, Praia City, Santiago Island - Cape Verde The dream of every Nigerian is to relocate to another country, if not permanently, at least for a few years to "breathe fresh air". If you ask the average Nigerian which country they want to relocate to, you'll hear places like Canada, America, United Kingdom … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Cape Verde is a Top Relocation Option for Nigerians
Since I moved to Cape Verde a few months ago, I absolutely love it here and i'm grateful that things didn't work out for me in Barbados. Here in Cape Verde, the food is amazing, i'm learning the local language and my Kriolu is getting better everyday. Whoop! Whoop!
Road to Tarraffal, Cape Verde Cape Verde or Cabo Verde is an African island country in the Atlantic ocean and it's made up of 10 islands, 9 of which are currently inhabited. the islands are Sal, Santiago (the capital), Boa Vista, Fogo, Maio, Sao Vicente, Santa Luzia, Sao Nicolau, and Brava. The total population as … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Know About Cape Verde
My dream was to study in Mexico for a master's in Management degree. My family thought my dream was crazy because of how Mexico was being presented in the media, but I did my research and decided that getting my master's degree in Mexico was what I wanted. So in 2018, I learned Spanish, I … Continue reading Introduction to Mexico; My Nigerian Perspective
The island of Barbados is home to 287,000 Barbadians and is a major tourist hotspot in the Caribbean. Tourists can't get enough of her turquoise blue waters, white beaches, nice weather, tall palm trees, coconut water and rum, rum, rum.
Cochem Germany 1. Germany is a highly organised country with a culture that's all about order and correctness. it's easier to understand the Germans when you keep this in mind. 2. Unlike Nigeria where there's only 2 seasons; dry and wet, Germany has actual 4 seasons. Spring (March to May), Summer (June to August), Autumn … Continue reading 7 Things You Should Know About Germany
Burj Khalifa at Dubai Mall Man-made islands, white sand beaches, tall palm trees, huge malls, what's not to love about Dubai. With the tallest building and the fastest roller coaster in the world on it's belt, Dubai (UAE) is the absolute luxurious desert. To visit Dubai as a Nigerian you need a visa. However the … Continue reading How to Visit Dubai as a Nigerian in 2020
I've been in Cape Verde for a month and i've noticed a few things; 1. Cape Verde is made up of 9 islands; Sal, Boa Vista, Maio, Santiago, Brava, Fogo, Sao Vicente, Sao Nicolau and Sao Antao. 2. The majority of Cape Verdeans don't speak english. The official language is portugues and creole is widely … Continue reading 7 Things You Should Know About Cape Verde
Still on my quest for dual citizenship, I left Barbados for another country Nigerians can visit visa free which is Cabo Verde or Cape Verde. Cabo Verde is a very unique place, it's an island country located off the coast of Senegal in West Africa. The country has 9 islands namely; Sal, Santiago, Maio, Fogo, … Continue reading Cabo Verde; My Journey Continues
During my one month stay in Barbados, which was the first majority black country I visited outside of Nigeria, I found a few things that I thought might be interesting. Here are 12 of them: 1. The official language is English but the average tourist will not understand what the locals are saying. Barbadians speak … Continue reading 12 Weird/Cool Things You Should Know about Barbados
With a Nigerian passport, you can only visit 45 countries out of 190 countries in the world. What this means in reality is that, to visit any country not on the list below, you must get a visa which often times will not be granted to you because well, you're Nigerian. It really sucks because … Continue reading Countries Nigerians can Visit either Visa Free, with Visa on Arrival or with an E-Visa