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Mustered Musings

"The years teach much that the days never know." -- Emerson

Saturday, August 27, 2005


I have been a regular visitor to Nairaland. It's another thing that I never bothered to register to the site (well, it's free), as I used to spend more time reading the forum than feeling like contributing to the on going forum discussions. Somewhere in between my schedule kept me away from browsing and I could not visit the forum. When I finally checked the site after a long gap, I was in for a pleasant surprise. The forum not only carried a new look but is showing significant increase in it's registered memberships. Not to be left behind, I immediately got myself registered.

It is interesting to note how a young 23 years old webmaster Oluwaseun Osewa has been keeping the forum alive with limited resources and support from his family.

Looking at the hits Nairland is getting on a daily basis, I wonder if the forum can carry some useful links and local information for prospective expatriates planning to visit Nigeria for the first time. I know that currently outside world have no online resources providing correct and unbiased information about Nigeria but CIA facts book. After all, who wants to see the world through the US eyes only !

Keep up the good work Seun.


  • At 12:08 AM, Anonymous Seun Osewa said…

    I really appreciate this feature as well as your decision to register on our forum. I'll try to comment (more) frequently on your blog from now on.

  • At 8:29 PM, Anonymous Demola Oladipo said…

    I came accross the site, stumbled actually and found out that I had been missing a lot.

    I signed up immediately and have been active since.

    Adding you to my links on my blog.

  • At 9:26 PM, Blogger VA Nigeria said…

    Thank you for the link to nairaland.

    If you're looking for business resources in Nigeria. Take a look at vanigeria.blogspot.com. It's new, but there's more to come.

  • At 4:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Nairaland.net has taken the place of the dot com, mainly because of the admin's self-important nature.

    Because of this kind of haughty behavior, most of the members with something to say have left the sit. Only sex-crazed teenagers remain on the site.

    Check out http://www.nairaland.net.


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