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We are Blackgeeks. We talk and breathe Nigeria facts, history and current affairs.

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The socio-economic issues we face in Nigeria can change many things, but they can’t change our history. As Nigerians, mediocrity is not in our dictionary. If things are not working out, we double our hustle and pray. We are beautiful—in manners and attire.

And if we have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants—our heroes and heroines. The likes of Tafawa, Ransome-Kuti, Dele Giwa, Okonjo-Iweala, and Yekini, to mention a few.

From the Ikogosi Springs to the Aso Rock, we have a whole lot of natural wonders. Let’s not talk about delicacies, because even Ghana knows whose Jollof rice tastes better. We are rich in livestock and green vegetation.

Home to Tobi Amusan and Tunde Onakoya, we are Guinness World Record holders. We have fun too—on the football pitch, we have the dancing Okocha. Call us to the ring, and we’ll bring along AJ. Never caught in the corner, that’s why they call us “The Giant of Africa”—the biggest Black nation in the world.

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