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Nigerian Masquerades Storm Houston City Hall

HOUSTON (June 12, 2019) The vibrant Nigerian community is ready to shake and bring their over-the-top fashion sense to Downtown Houston. The 3rd Annual Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival is underway in a MAJOR way on Saturday, September 28th at Root Memorial Square – 1400 Clay Street starting at 9:00 am until Downtown Houston is…

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Nigeria Cultural Parade 2018 Recap

NIGERIA CULTURAL PARADE & FESTIVAL 2018 RECAP Thank you to all who recorded and took photos using the hashtag #NAIJA58HTX. Special thank you to: Media Sponsor – Zainob & Mathew Create Media Sponsor – SixSense Marketing Media Partner – AfroVibes Radio Media Sponsor – AfrocentrikTv (formerly VineyardTv) Photography credit : Houston Chronicle – Annie Mulligan

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Welcome to Nollywood!

Welcome to Nollywood! Pop quiz- which film industry is second only to Bollywood? Did you guess Nollywood? You would be correct! Nigeria’s movie business is in the top three film industries of the world, ahead of Hollywood! That is a significant achievement for a relative newcomer. Although the name Nollywood, as it is affectionately known,…

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Nigerian Student Association at University of Houston

  Nigerian Student Association at University of Houston The Nigerian Student Association at University of Houston (NSA-UH) knows how to bring the life to any event. They believe in staying active in the community. But even better, they believe just as much in having fun. The result is an organization that consistently creates ways to…

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Independence Day

Independence Day What comes to mind when you think of Nigeria? The striking green and white flag? The Super Eagles? The iconic and colorful dresses? The tantalizing smell of an Auntie’s kitchen? It’s hard to pinpoint what sparks that Naija pride in somebody, but it’s something to think about as autumn nears. October 1st marks Nigeria’s…

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