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11 Dec 2015
Our respondents recount their experiences working under someone they perceived to be a bad boss.
11 Dec 2015
For anyone who got their primary and secondary school education in Nigeria, getting punished by teachers was the norm. Our respondents disclose some of the worst punishments they had to endure back in the day.
11 Dec 2015
Ever wanted to woo someone in one of Nigeria's numerous local dialects? Then this is your lucky day for we have a few for you.
11 Dec 2015
We take a look at why there has been a steady decline in the reading habits of Nigerians.
10 Dec 2015
Myth or reality: can Odo Ajasa really cure those who drink from it from their afflictions?
10 Dec 2015
Watch as the respondents react to this poser from our reporter.
10 Dec 2015
How many people out there would go to bed with their bosses in order to boost their careers? Watch as our respondents react to this poser from our reporter.
10 Dec 2015
Just how many selfies do people take in a day. One? Five? Maybe even a hundred? Watch as our respondents react to this poser from our reporter.
10 Dec 2015
Just how does one commute to work from Agege to Apapa?
10 Dec 2015
Come with us on a tour of one of the trendiest beauty salons in the city of Lagos.
10 Dec 2015
Come with us on a tour of one of the trendiest beauty salons in the city of Lagos.
10 Dec 2015
Watch as our respondents recount their experiences at both the popular Oshodi market, which was recently demolished by the Lagos State government.

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