BollyLomo and Timothy go on a trip to Ibadan where they discovered a man - Mr Sunday Bright ,who has the ability to carry a 50kg bag of cement with his teeth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhvV_tQDiPUIt is good to see that Nigerians in diaspora still represent their homeland by dressing, native dialect, and even in church.Nigerians celebrated All Nations...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeA3pbykQNM In Nigeria, 1-in-4 people are healthy carriers of the sickle cell gene and over 150,000 children are born annually with symptomatic sickle cell anaemia."Sickle cell is...
On Children's day, May 27 2016 the founder of YELOTO, Dr Oluyemi Olawaye went around wards at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital to identify patients who had special needs and solve them immediately.
Battabox attended the just completed Kids & Teens With Outstanding Leadership Awards (KOLA) organized by Kola Initiatives in Abuja, where Nigeria's Youngest inventor and some talented and creative kids and teens in Nigeria were identified and awarded for their excellence.
BattaBox presenter Adeola gets a complete makeover form a reputable beauty house in Lagos - House Of Divas and also speaks to the CEO, Omolabake Ojutalayo, who shows us how to get ready for an Owambe (party) in Lagos.
BattaBox presenter Lolade takes her oyinbo (white) friend Sean to a Nigerian restaurant in Staten Island, New York where he tries Nigerian food for the first time.
BattaBox presenter Mary visits Vox Africa studios and speaks to Mrs Mojisola Bamtefa - the legendary Aunty Funke character from UK’s No 1 British African Sitcom – Meet The Adebanjos. She talks about her role and acting as a Nigerian woman in the Uk.
Timothy and Adeola Vlogged about their journey from Lagos to Port Harcourt, sharing their best and worst moments of the AMAA Awards in a nutshell.
The University of Windsor recently celebrated the class of 2016 at its Convocation Ceremony in Canada, where students clad in their academic gowns and hats celebrated their achievements.