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greenland

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ABOUT NIGERIA
« on: April 18, 2010, 08:14:01 PM »
If there is any real, on the spot information or research about Nigeria such as life, culture, burial, naming a child, marriages etc  that is needed for your job or anything, I will be very willing to assist as I have travelled round the country.



Offline KarenMcG

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Re: ABOUT NIGERIA
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2010, 08:56:52 AM »
If there is any real, on the spot information or research about Nigeria such as life, culture, burial, naming a child, marriages etc  that is needed for your job or anything, I will be very willing to assist as I have travelled round the country.

Hi Greenland ::P

:welcome: to RRW.

It's nice to meet you.

And thank you for your offer. 

I don't have a need for your service. However, there may be someone who reads along here who does.


Karen

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Re: ABOUT NIGERIA
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2010, 09:11:06 AM »
If there is any real, on the spot information or research about Nigeria such as life, culture, burial, naming a child, marriages etc  that is needed for your job or anything, I will be very willing to assist as I have travelled round the country.

That would make for an interesting educational report for one of my websites: FamilyeBookClub.com

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Re: ABOUT NIGERIA
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2010, 03:19:53 PM »
Karen,

Why did you change your Avatar??

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greenland

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Re: ABOUT NIGERIA
« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2010, 10:29:51 AM »

Content writer,

I have signed up at Family ebook club. On what topic do you want me to write on? You can contact me through (pacem99 at gmail dot com) examples of what I have are the tradition of naming a child in the southwestern Nigeria, where a child is named after 8 days of birth and the usage of kolanuts, honey, alligator pepper  and other stuffs in the child-naming rite, also in the Southeastern of Nigeria the initiation into manhood rites, up North amongst the Kanuris, a festival where young men are thoroughly whipped and expected not to cry to prove their manliness before their prospective brides. There is so much to share.