Culture Bite  – Didee Eta: Surulere’s new music sensation 0

The Nigerian-born Afro-Rmb/Pop sensation Didee Eta, son to veteran music DJ and music distributor, Bro Barry Eta, is doing way more than creating just music but a distinct sound. He

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Sports’ Watch –  When Surulere Hosted Nigerian Boxers By Ayo Olanipekun 0

Recently Surulere, the sports city hosted boxers from all over Nigeria, but this only exposed the state of boxing in the Country. Boxing as a sport that has brought immense

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Eating Out –  Restaurant of the week 0

  Surulere Now! had lunch at Mac-Lina Spot: Restaurant & Bar at 6 Alaode Street, off Kilo bus-stop.  We were drawn by the promise of real poundedyam. We very much

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Know Your History –  Mama Shofidiya: Florence Agbeke Kuyinu By Adekanmi Ademiluyi

Serene and bungalow-lined, Shofidiya Close, off Ilesanmi Street at the Alhaji Masha end of Surulere, gently curving into the distance, was home to a vibrant and close-knit community. Generations grew

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The Mystique of Ajegunle By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu – The Poet at Large 0

“Ajegunle has become a metaphor for the entirety of the Nigerian nation,” says the angry Dagga Tolar. “It is in this part of the country that you meet the poor of the poorest, and we try to survive day in and day out.”

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When Gloria Young Glowed at 50 By Olawale Obadeyi 0

For some reason, Surulere never fails to be the cynosure of all eyes, most of the time. Apart from standing out as the most pulsating fun-spot, for most revellers in

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