- Check out inventions made by Nigerian man who constructs machines with scraps (photo)
- Genius lawyer becomes first female Google developer expert in Nigeria (photos)
- Unemployed Nigerian youth creates beautiful attires, carves a niche for himself (photos, video)
- Awesome! Checkout the 'powerful car' made by a talented Nigerian (photo/video)
Nigeria on Saturday, July 1 assumed the chairmanship of the African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC), the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) reports.
Almost everywhere you turn to in Nigeria, you'll see creative people putting their God-given talents to good use by creating quality stuff usually handcrafted.
A Nigerian man, Okpe Samuel Okpe, has graduated as the best student at a university in Europe with a 3.99 Cumulative Grade Point Average, on Thursday, June 22.
Nigerian is a nation that is largely populated by creative minds and yet another genius has proudly unveiled his laudable invention, a plane made of plywood.
Social media has been fascinated by a customised Range Rover that has been refurbished in Kenya The dashboard also features a wooden panel. It is an open car.
Super Eagles legend Austin Jay Jay Okocha is known for confidence, technique, creativity, dribbling skills and his trickery on and off the field of play.
A young boy has shocked Nigerians after he constructed a Biafra themed tricycle also known as Keke Napep all by himself. He showed off the tricycle in a video.
He expressed to NAIJ.com that he would one day construct a flying car which would have the ability to do what a car and an aeroplane does including flying.
In a series of tweets from his personal Twitter page, the diplomat said that a small minority of Nigerians are propagating an unfavourable image for the country
An unidentified Nigerian created the amazing object and filmed it as it moved around so other people can see the work of the genius. READ on NAIJ.com.
Chukwuemeka Afigbo is a hardworking Nigerian man who works at Facebook as the Strategic Product Partnerships for Facebook in the Sub-Saharan Africa.
A 14-year-old boy has become the youngest student to graduate from Texas Christian University in the US. Read more about his incredible story on NAIJ.com Gossip
NAIJ.com came across the interesting story of a 16-year-old Nigerian girl who was offered a scholarship to any college of her choosing in the USA.
People in Uganda are getting into the horn button making business. They use hooves and horns, from cows and buffaloes to fabricate thousands of buttons a year.
A Nigerian artiste identified as Moses Tuki has wowed the world with the incredible art works he produced from junks. Read full news and more on NAIJ.com gossip
NAIJ.com findings showed that the genius student who showed off his design at a market in Aba, is in his second year of Senior Secondary school class SS2.
A Nigerian boy has produced an incredible work of art. He would no doubt make a fine architect when he grows up. Read full story and more on NAIJ.com Gossip.
Building automobiles using alternative materials is something Nigerians have done. Same goes for prototypes of a bewildering array of different objects.
Again, another young Nigerian is making great strides, a student of IMT, Enugu has created a massive replica of Marvel's Iron Man as his final year project.
A young talented Nigerian boy has built a mini Keke Napep from the scratch. A Keke Napep is a tricycle used for commercial transport in most Nigerian cities.
A junior secondary school student from Anambra state, simply identified as Chinecherem, has single-handedly constructed a mini duplex house.