“Flee! Flee! Flee like flies,” says one hilarious guy.
We have all heard tales of Mother-In-Laws being mean and un-accepting of their daughter-in-laws and sometimes son-in-laws, but how do women cope with them? Battabox presenter Adeola gists with Nigerian women and men.
“Having a bad Mother-In-Law is the same thing as having a bad mother,” argues one lady
While others would rather handle the issue calmly and peacefully.
“Shower her with gifts, before you know it, she will fall in love with you,” says another lady.
“If you have cough, cold or sneeze, they say you have Ebola” BattaBox Live Show discusses Ebola in Nigeria… how is it affecting peoples daily lives and how hospitals are rejecting patients with Ebola symptoms and neglect of the Ebola isolation center. Watch and enjoy as Adeola, odunayo, Kayode and Timothy discuss Ebola at lenght.… Continue Reading
“We would divide into six,” With the ongoing crisis in Nigeria, there are talks of Nigeria dividing and breaking up, but how many countries would emerge if Nigeria should divide? BattaBox presenter Odunayo discuss with Nigerians in Lagos. “Two or Three countries at most,” says one guy Listen to Nigerians discuss the possible division of… Continue Reading
“Every Yoruba man shouts when talking,” Knowing we have different ethnic groups in Nigeria in which the most popular are the Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa – How do you identify a typical YORUBA MAN? BattaBox presenter Adeola asks Nigerians in Lagos and get interesting answers. “Every Yoruba man likes respect,” says one guy. How do you… Continue Reading
As more and more cases of Ebola are confirmed in Nigeria – BattaBox hits the streets of Lagos to ask people how they feel about the virus. Are they scared of Ebola? “I’m religious so I believe I will not catch it! I have the anti-virus in me which is the Holy Ghost.” “I’ve not… Continue Reading
“If i become a Nigerian in my second life, would i be better than i used to be?” one man asks. Would you still be a Nigerian afterlife? BattaBox presenter Timothy asks Nigerians on the streets of Lagos. “For now i’m a Nigerian, but if i die and come back i won’t want to be… Continue Reading