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I've wanted to do this for so long! To provide a forum for Nigerians living outside of Nigeria to share experiences, frustrations, ideas, culture and opinions. Not really looking for experts, just people willing to share and encourage. Join me for general gist, rantings, interviews, music events and an occasional glass of palm wine :) Points of view of a Nigerian living outside Nigeria.

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