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Nigerians mob a self-driving car



Nigerians mob a self-driving car, moping in awe

In an unidentified place in Nigeria, was where Nigerians seeing a self-driving car for the gathered around in awe of the car. Nigerians sight the wonders of 21st century tech and thought it was magic.

Probably those who were most astonished were not exposed enough to have known about self-driving cars.

To some it was spiritual, while to others who are tech inclined, it was a surprise.

Some even felt it was being remotely controlled. In the video below someone was heard , saying “Na spirit dey inside”.
Others couldn’t help  peeping through the car window to check if someone was actually driving the car.

Watch video below:


Well, when most Nigerians don’t read tech blogs like or often, what do you expect ?

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How to survive in Nigeria, eight killer tips




They say survival is the whole summary of human existence. Yes, but survival in Nigeria is not the same survival in United States of America.

Surviving in Nigeria, an under-developed country is more daunting than surviving in developed countries. It’s no assumption. An average Nigerian is born into some set of struggles pre-served by the country.

Nigeria is blessed with human and natural resources by nature but most Nigerians aren’t benefitting. Thanks to the people at the top gear.

Its very important to share tips on how to survive everyday life in Nigeria and live to see the next.

How to survive in Nigeria, eight killer tips

How to survive in Nigeria

1. Get a handwork
At the age of 20 and you don’t have plans of your independence from your parents and don’t want to have plans, I’m afraid, you’ll die poor.

Schooling is not Scam. Don’t let lazy people fool you. After you graduate, a sense of responsibility is developed in you. So even if you don’t get a job, you start a trade.

Life blesses a hustler. Just get something doing.

2. Live within your income
The system in the country is pre-designed to take more than you earn, so why accumulate more loss. Assuming You earn 50k monthly and your savings is 10k, why go for 20k and above D&G product ?.

3. Meet quality with value, don’t be cheap
If you want to buy a thing, make sure it meet good quality and affordable.

It may not be the best of it’s type in terms of quality, but at least it should be quality enough so you won’t be buying the same thing in three or four months time, unless you want a change.

What’s the need of buying N500 “aboki” footwear that lasts for two weeks. Wheareas a 3k – 4k “Okirika” footwear may live longer than you.

4. Don’t follow follow
Everybody in this life has a life to live and it’s impossible for two persons to have the same story line.

Don’t imitate unnecessary lifestyle that won’t help you.

If pressurized, say “No”, the worst thing that could happen is mockery. You can’t kill yourself and run away at the same time.

But if you pick a good habit from someone, that’s fresh.

5. Don’t rush yourself
Haste makes waste, they say. Everything is a process. You may not have it now, but so long as you remain focused on your hustle, something go come out.

Quick money schemes has cost many their lives.

6. Obey the law
Surviving in Nigeria is more tasking when you default everytime and police becomes your friend.

Follow the rules guiding the country. You can’t outsmart everyone everytime. Political thuggery is one of the issues bordering the dwindling democracy in Nigeria.

7. Never Trust NEPA
I’m simply saying you should grab opportunities as they come. Due to poor electric supply in Nigeria, the moment you have electricity, don’t wait, use it.
Don’t say it will come next time. Next time may never come when you transformer spoils.
And of course you can’t trust power supply companies these days.

NEPA was the government owned electricity supply authority until electricity supply was privatised.

8. Be transparent
You don’t really fool a person and get away with it. Karma is real.
The poor victim may not be aware at the moment but in time the victim will realize and then Karma swings to action.

In conclusion, Trust your God.

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Singer, BadBoy JP calls out Teni and Wizkid for stealing his song




Nigerian singer stage named BadBoy JP has taken to social media court to mention a case where he alleged that Wizkid and Teni stole his song and are about releasing it.


BadBoy said his former producer, “North Boi The Oracle” shifted his intellectual property to wizkid and Teni. BadBoy took the case to the internet in appeal to the general public to plea on his behalf so that Wizkid and Teni doesn’t release the song.

Read what BadBoy JP wrote,

Pls people one of my favorite music idol @wizkidayo & the talented @tenientertainer are about to release a song that I cracked my head & put in massive work in the studio to creatively compose with my then producer @northboitheoracle who was hired and paid fully by my label @ubrecordsltd as our in house producer.

This song in question is one of the many songs that our then in house producer @northboitheoracleproduced for me and yet he went contrary to his agreement with my label to send both the beat and my vocals to @wizkidayo which inspired our superstar to collaborate with @tenientertainer and is even about to drop the song, which I plan to release after my next single featuring Wande Coal which is about to drop next week.

Pls I know @wizkidayo is a giant with millions of fans, but pls I need Everyone to help me beg @northboitheoracle @wizkidayo & @tenientertainer not to go ahead and do me wrong like this, @wizkidayo has given us so many hits in the past and so I believe he can still creatively think up a song & beat he can own 100%. As you all can see am coming out less than 24hrs he dropped the snippet on his Live Story without waiting for him to drop the full song so that his fans won’t accuse me of being the one that copied our LEGEND.

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