CAN WHITE PEOPLE LIVE IN NIGERIA?


This video is a response to a comment on my Youtube Channel.

Some people believe white people can never live in Nigeria. What's your take on it? Please comment below?


I would love to live in Nigeria, however, I do agree that certain things make it difficult for a white person to live in the country. In this video, I mentioned the heat and even the attention that a white person gets. What I did leave out though are the security issues. I remember when I wanted to walk home from church because I didn't feel well and my husband disagreed. He said I should be careful walking on the street by myself on the mainland.

Security can be quite expensive in Nigeria. And even a soldier by your side cannot guarantee of safety too because not a single of them will risk their lives to protect you for your £50.

I love Nigeria and I would love to live there but I would struggle with thinking of security all times. I am not saying that whites get killed in Nigeria but as far as I have heard it is not safe to be walking alone as a white person in busy areas.

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WHITE AND NIGERIAN PEOPLE - UK'S INVISIBLE BLACKS / AFRICANS DOCUMENTARY TEASER BY MAGNUM N3 PRODUCTIONS LTD.

There are up to 2 million white Africans in the United Kingdom. These people have white features however they have African ancestors.




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Curly / Afro / Biracial / Mixed race hair care with WNG and Gege from Glamgorgeoushair

It is not a secret that I've been struggling to take care of my children's hair and I literally had no knowledge about afro and curly haircare. So it wasn't an unexpected surprise that I choose haircare as one of my Facebook live shows topic.

You can watch the live recorded video below to find out the following topics:


1. Why does curly hair tangle?
2. What are the necessary tools and products you need to have at home?
We are also showing different type of combs and brushes.
3.How to prevent the hair from tangling?
4. How to detangle the hair?
5. What type of oil to use?
6. Are texturisers bad for the hair?
7. Funniest comment on the show about, Donald Trump, the President of USA

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In this video we cover the following topics:

...learning Pidgin English :)

1. How to nourish our hair from inside?
2. How to nourish our hair from outside? .
3.Deep conditioning
4. Pre- shampooing
5. How to take care of our scalp?




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BLACK WOMEN AND THEIR HAIR



I am writing this post in support of my friend, the best hairdresser I know, the owner of GlamGorgeous hair salon,  Gege. Every time I visit her she always teaches me something, sometimes about hair sometimes such a simple little wisdom. So I thought I really need to appreciate her and let you guys know how talented she is.

However, last time I visited her she taught me something extraordinary.

As she was in the process of beautifying me we got to talking about biracial hair and how I can make my daughter love her hair.





I was delighted to hear that there is a natural movement in the industry which means a lot of mixed race and black people are keen to learn about their hair and how to take care of it. She told me about how damaging it is when ladies use a chemical straightener to straighten their hair and why we should never do that to young people's hair.

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I always knew that women feel like their hair is a “crowning glory" and their hair is even central to their social position. But I don't think I ever really understood what hair got to do with black women's identity.


After my visit at GlamGorgeous hairsalon in Manchester I made up my find to find out more. I did a bit of research and I found that some ladies straighten their hair because they believe that would give them an advantage in the world. It is like one less battle that would have to fight.


I have even read "For young black girls, hair is not just something to play with, it is something that is laden with messages, and it has the power to dictate how others treat you, and in turn, how you feel about yourself. "




I found this so interesting since I have biracial children myself and I want to equip them well for the future. I am glad to have realised the importance of natural hair early on so I can start my own "hair journey" or at least "hair education".


I would love to hear your opinion about this, dear reader. Please remember to comment below.


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HOW TO SUCCEED IN THE FIRST 5 YEARS OF AN INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE





Interracial relationships come with their own unique set of challenges.
It is often assumed that people of different ethnicities are automatically opposites. In this video, I am stressing the fact that the first 5 years are parts of a transition period.

To survive an interracial marriage you need to do a lot of listening and even make changes if needed.

There are certain qualities and bits of knowledge that I and my husband have leaned on to succeed as an interracial couple. Today I would like to share with you some of these qualities:


1. Bite your tounge.

 Be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger (James 1:19).
This is extremely critical, especially in the earlier years.


It can be useful to think of an argument like an onion. The outer layer is what you're speaking about, while the deeper layers beneath represent the issues beneath this.


In other words, sometimes what we argue about is only a symptom of what's going wrong, not the cause.
2. Be prepared to compromise.

Often the only way to reach a solution is for both partners to give some ground. If both of you stick rigidly to your desired outcome, the fight is probably just going to keep going and going. It might be that one or both of you needs to compromise a little so that you’re able to move past things. Sometimes, an imperfect solution is better than no solution at all.

3. LEARN TO APPRECIATE THE DIFFERENCES. 

In addition to having different skin colours, we had to understand that we have come from two very different cultures.
I found my husband to be very proud of his African routes and I didn't want to leave my cultural background behind when I married him.


I learnt that taking an interest in each other’s cultural heritage shows your commitment to each other and helps you both to realize that you are fully accepted by your spouse/partner.


It’s also an important part of allowing both partners in the relationship to retain their cultural identity. There has to be a balance of both cultures in your home in order to respect each other’s cultural identities and heritage.


4. Always improve the good to great.

Learn from the bad experiences that occur in the first year and all throughout your marriage.


5. Respect each other; respect your in-laws even if you don’t agree or like them.

I am lucky to have a wonderful mother in law. However, I know that some people find t difficult to get on with their in-laws. Remember to keep peace in your family.

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WHITE WIVES ARE ALWAYS COMPLAINING



Husbands think women complain too much. As my colleague said "Women complain as soon they open heir mouth, even when they yawn in the morning. "

Some would probably finds this statement amusing but I truly believe husbands often misunderstand their wives. This is not necessarily only true for interracial couples, but for couples in general.

My husband would say I complain all the time but honestly I am not complaining just describing my day.







Women and men deal with daily issues in completely different ways.
Women often like to speak about the hardships or the joys that happen to them. It can sound like complaining, but in reality they are just relating their experiences so as to process their feelings. I would simply call it "sharing".

My message to all men!: We don't want you to solve our problems, just be available to listen.

All we, women are looking for is sympathy. Say things like - “seems like you had a difficult day”, etc. Maybe, just say 'ohh..' or, 'hmm..' every now and then. You don't really have to say a lot. Just learn to listen. It's a sign of trust that you get to listen to your wife's feelings.
The bottom line is that validating your wife's feelings can turn off "complaining" quickly.

So the lesson is simple dear husbands out there:


Listen sympathetically and empathize.
And remember to resist the urge to attempt to solve her problems.





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MIXED RACE CHILDREN MUST SUCCEED



In the United Kingdom mixed race people are officially the future face of the country. Consequently, "the growing number of mixed relationships have been suggested to be evidence of a more tolerant society".


I will not interfere with this statement ; I let you form your opinion.

My experience is that one way or the other my child stands out in his class. It is my responsibility to determine whether it is his skin colour, his boisterous behaviour or his intelligent that stands out.


There’s no manual for raising children. I personally believe that good parenting is a complicated recipe of nurturing, support, protection, understanding, guidance and relatability.


It means not only that you buy dolls with hair and skin like your daughters, so she learns to embrace her own beauty but also that you make sure that the child has a library of black literature at her disposal- just to mention a few examples.


The most concerning perception towards children from ethnic groups is that "they have special educational needs". This is something my husband always reminds me of. He always says we can never forget that people have an opinion about our children even before they know them. 

 It is not a secret that I spend more time with our children than my husband as he is currently extremely busy with his Master's degree studies.


My husband is from Nigeria and I know that Nigerians have a strong culture of achievement with high expectations of pupils. I also know a lot of Nigerian mothers that take time out of their schedule for supporting their children's education.



I as a white woman from Hungary want to make sure that first of all I have the right attitude towards diversity and inclusivity and second of all I become a role model for my children.

I know that probably my children hate our rule of " no TV on weekdays" and they don't always in the mood to learn Hungarian and Yoruba songs/ poems or complete extra writing exercises. However , I had to realise that mothers of black or mixed-race children have to work extra hard to make sure we stand out for the right reason.




OUR LOVE IS COLOUR BLIND








Living in an interracial relationship is not as complicated as many might think. I live in Manchester with my husband , a Nigerian filmmaker, and our two children.


The question I hear all too frequently is " What is it like living with a black guy?" Even my husband asked me before " what does he feel like having mixed-race children?" or as my dad would say, cappuccino kids.









My answer is pretty simple. It doesn't make any difference. A lot of the times I don’t even notice skin colours.


I remember when my friend referred to someone as a light skinned Nigerian girl and I didn't even notice the girl was light-skinned.

The thing is I don't have time to  think about skin colours when "I am busy with my life, paying bills, raising children etc."

As interracial marriages have become increasingly common it is time for people to realise how easy it is to live in one. I mean there are a  few things to get used to but that is a story for another day. For example, the food is something I had to adjust to and I still do.

But all in all living in an inter-racial relationship is just as simple as any other relationship.




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BIRTHDAY AT OUR HOUSE - HAPPY BIRTHDAY HARMONY


My little girl is such a blessing in our life. She is a wonderful young lady with a very gentle heart. She is real traveller; before she turned 1 she already spent a few months in Nigeria with grandma and spoke more Yoruba than any other languages.

Her Yoruba name is Olubukola meaning GOD ADDED TO MY WEALTH. The name couldn't be more accurate , our little Bukkie is real gold child.

HAPPY 2ND BIRTHDAY BUKOLA!!!



ROAD TO GREATNESS: BAREDE'S STORY



With a filmmaker dad and an entrepreneurial mum, my son, Kornelius popularly known as Barede, is a fast-rising prodigy. Following a year living in Nigeria, Kornelius returned to England in the summer of 2016 to showcase some of the skills he learnt while living with his Grandmother in Nigeria. Kornelius who is well versed in Nigerian Yoruba folk songs and poetry, also models and acts. He recently completed a drama course at the prestigious Starlight performing arts school in Bramhall, Stockport.


Being a Biracial and multilingual child, he is being encouraged to master the cultures of both his parents, Nigeria and Hungary, as well as England where he was born. Kornelius is very friendly, smart and hardworking. Some of his high-profile mentors include the great African film director Kunle Afolayan who he met while living in Nigeria, his grandfather Chief J. O Afolabi of the Ogo Oluwa Kitan Group of Companies who was one the most successful music and film moguls of his time.



Aged 4, Kornelius is working hard as an ambassador and is poised to becoming a household name through his work, promoting the Yoruba culture.


I WILL MAKE EUROPEAN SISTERS LOVE NIGERIAN FASHION!

I love so many things about Nigerian culture but two things that stand out for me, music and fashion. Nigerian music is already a massive export to the west. The fashion, on the other hand, is very happy and colourful most of the time.  The truth is that after visiting Nigeria twice within a few months, I’m totally in love with the fashion and I am loving it. Thanks to my mother in law, I’m a big fashionista when it comes to Nigerian couture. I now own over 20 outfits and numerous head wears. My quest now is to get other beautiful European sisters to start wearing these beautiful outfits. I just finished a fashion shoot with 5 beautiful European ladies wearing my collection. If I can get 5 ladies who have never tried Nigeria outfits on to wear it, I’m sure I can convince thousands more. It’s a big journey, but you know that I, White Naija Girl never shies away from a challenge. Bring it on!





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WHITE NAIJA GIRL SINGING YORUBA SONG EROPILANI ODABO




This is a behind the scene of a Whitenaijagirl's show. I was caught singing #EROPILENITOMILO Yoruba song

" I've been trying to learn this #Yoruba #folksong from my son @IamBarede . Big shoutout to my love #MUA @Dabirabeautypro and my #hair by @Glamgorgeoushair for making me look beautiful. Video was created by Magnum N3 Productions Ltd, WNG's husband

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ASPIRE TO BE WHO YOU ARE MEANT TO BE! - THE NIGERIAN SPIRIT

I have received this beautiful article about power of positive thinking from one of my loyal readers Susan and I wanted to share it with you guys. It is so inspiring and motivating that you cannot afford leaving it unread. 

If you are a Nigerian reader you should remind yourself how positive Nigerians are; if you are non-Nigerian you should just read it anyway :)
Enjoy!



"Our dreams and aspirations are actually what keep us going they are like our propellers. our vision, whether small or big, are actually what drives us out of bed in the morning, and amidst all the difficulties we face in life, we still have the energy to strive and hope for the better.


Dream is the power to actually see beyond now, into the future, and place ourselves in certain position in that future and work diligently and consistently towards that position. Everything we do in life centre round our dream and aspirations, unknowingly we cling to and surround ourselves with people and things that brings us closer to those dreams.

By dream, I mean, goals and aspirations we have, not the nightmares. The ability to dream big, set goals and work towards it is nothing short of positioning yourself in a better place in the future. Yes! 

Dreams comes true, goals are actually reached and what you aspire can definitely be accomplished , the question now is, how much effort do you put and how often do you give up.

When you want something badly, so badly, you see yourself getting that thing not only because of how badly you want it, but because you want it so badly that the word ‘cant’ is not in your thinking, to you it’s not an option. 

Reminds me of a true life story, a 22years old American, whose father, in the process of repairing his car went under it and the jark used to hold the car slipped, the girl saw that the father wasn’t breathing because the car fell on his chest and she was all alone in the house, she began pulling the car up, she just kept pulling, normally we think and say, how can a 22years old girl pull a car up alone and we give up easily even before we get started, but she wasn’t thinking of failing, she did not think the impossible , she just kept pulling, the fear of her father dying and the thought of not allowing that to happen gave her the strength and adrenaline boost, to pull the car up and drag her father out. Yes! she actually did succeed on what many will think is the impossible, because she, not for one second think she couldn't, that is the power of positive thinking.


While striving to make your dreams come true, the thought of failing should never cross your mind, even if it does it should not deter you or stop you from trying, winners never quit and quitters never win, you just have to succeed. And don’t just stand at a point, don’t get too comfortable in a position until you get what you want, if you are not there yet, keep going, you don’t have to settle for less, there is no excuse to. Whatever you do today, do it better tomorrow, just be focus and keep going, don’t be the type that want one thing today and another tomorrow, you keep changing your mind, the only reason people fail is broken focus , be focus on that which you want and work towards it, that is a guaranteed success.

Don’t be afraid to dream big, little dreams should be like a self appraisal test, but big dreams actually get you there, so not just big but great dreams!, dream the unthinkable, the unimaginable and the impossible, that is how most things get to be invented and the thought of what you stand to loss actually propels you to succeed. 

Great dreams require time, that is where patient comes in, you don’t give up easily cause nothing good comes easy, you keep going, keep moving, keep striving, your hard work will surely pay off someday, don’t be deceive by anyone and don’t wait around till something happen, make hay while the sun shines because the future is too great to be ignored. SUSSAN. B

LAWMA LADY







Standing with hardworking Nigerian women who make the City of Lagos clean. I look forward to a day when the forward thinking government of Lagos will provide street cleaning machines for these ladies to do their jobs more effectively. #wnglife photo taken by@magnumn3



























LAGBUS

Traveling through the heart of Lagos meant catching the LagBus from Berger. Tickets were bought, seats were sought and the traffic was light. We settled down to our hour long journey to Tafawa Balewa Square popularly known as TBS. The other commuters chattered away and aside from the occasional glances at the white skin, the journey was smooth and without much incident. Of course, there were lots of things to feed the eye as the bus lumbered along. Stories have it that the previous bus system was absolutely chaotic - thankfully the Lagbus is a step in the right direction. One can only but wonder what experience the Molue buses would have offered. Well, one must pass on that experience, this experience, I think, is much better.


WHITENAIJAGIRL MUSIC "SEE OYINBO" BY GASS

I am truly blessed by having my "pure water"  video gone viral  but I would have never thought GASS musician will even make a song for it. Hopefully it will make more people watch it and real awareness will be raised.

Having experienced the struggle of selling heavy goods in boiling hot weather made me realise how blessed I am.

But NOBODY SHOULD STRUGGLE LIKE THIS!!!!

Let's do something today to help. Enjoy Gass music "See Oyinbo"




A DAY IN NIGERIA

In this video, I have decided to describe an average day of mine in Nigeria.
From the 6am prayer session to the area boy and his horsewhip :)
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INTERVIEW WITH NIKI TALL

Hi NIKI TALL, thank you for letting this exclusive interview ! I won't waste any time I have a a challenge for you with my first question.

If I met you in an elevator and asked you what you do what would you say? Bear in mind that I only travel one floor up and have 15 seconds to listen to you :)

"I am NIKI TALL aka Oyinbo boy. I am a Greek-German musician, I grew up in Germany and my biggest dream is to become the first self-made Oyinbo boy in the Nigerian music industry.....I hope this was short enough :)"

First of all tell us how can a Greek-German musician fall in love with Nigerian music? How did that happen?

"I was a musician before.It is not like Nigerian music made me a musician. By 16 I have joined the night-life and started to go to clubs. That's how I met two Nigerian DJs and they quickly became my good friend of mine. They were the once introduced me Nigerian music. Pus at the same time I had a Nigerian girlfriend. So those things together made me make Nigerian music. So that's how it happened."

I've read online that you are planning to collaborate with Nigerian artistes soon? Tell us about these collaborations. Where can we see you anytime soon?

"Yes, I am definitely planning to collaborate with Nigerian artistes. I have contacted a lot of Nigerian artistes . I have just released a single and I am going to release another single with an Ivoiran artist because I don't want to focus on only Nigerian music.

 But with Nigerian artistes I have plans o wirk with 9ice and Bracket...those are the once I spoke with already and they agreed to work with me for sure. 

And Terry G and MC Galaxy he is my guy , too.
By God's grace they get addicted to my music and they will set out for me, and I don't have to set out for them. "

I always like finishing my interviews with something funny.:) What was the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you in your entire life?

"Embarrassing moments are always relative. But to answer to your question maybe my first private experience was definitely an embarrassing moment....Yeah"

Thanks for your time NIKI TALL. I wish you all the best in your career. Do you have any message to your fans as we finish the interview today?

"First of all I don't like the word fans. I call my followers #talltastics because we are growing tall day by day and we are fantastic together. Because they are there always. And THANK YOU. That's all. Keep supporting Nikitall."

Check out Niki Talk -  Olamide cover. AMAZING!!!






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UPS AND DOWNS OF INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE by White Naija Girl


Have you ever wondered what are the pros and cons of being married to a Nigerian man?
I have decided to finally open up and tell you what I find positive in my marriage and what I don't really like.







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