Nigeria is contemplating on renaming the country as it has been believed that the name Nigeria was derived from colonialism and so therefore in order to be able know the true identity of the country the name Nigeria must be rebranded. Nigeria was granted independence on October 1, 1960. A new constitution established a federal system with an elected prime minister and a ceremonial head of state. Today, Nigeria Insider as best Information portal from Nigeria has all the information you need to know about why Nigeria to Change Her Name to United Africa Republic (UAR).

The current population of Nigeria is 210,820,823 as of Friday, June 4, 2021, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data. The name Nigeria was taken from the Niger River running through the country. This name was coined on January 8, 1897, by British journalist Flora Shaw, who later married Lord Lugard, a British colonial administrator. The neighbouring Niger takes its name from the same river. Today, Nigeria is noted to be one of the largest African countries from the Western part of Africa.

Why Is Nigeria Changing Its Name to United Africa Republic (UAR)?

The new name proposed as the rebrand is United African Republic (UAR) . According to close sources, some leaders of Nigeria believe that this new development will put the country on the right path in terms of development. The leaders strongly believe that, the current name, “Nigeria” has a colonial connotation since it was named by their colonial masters. It also does not reflect the current state and ambitions of the country.

The person in charge of the new name is Mr Adeleye. Mr Adeleye is the Founder And Rector of the Twin Art foundation in Nigeria. According to Mr Adeleye, the change of the name Nigeria, is because it was named by its past oppressors and colonial masters. To him, the change is necessary to chart a new path for the country since decades of gaining independence. The name Nigeria has gained notoriety in most parts of the world. Decent citizens of the country are warry of how some fraudulent and unscrupulous citizens have brought the name into disrepute by their dishonest activities, which in actual sense, not a true reflection of the major populace.

The average Nigerian is honest, peaceful, loving, hardworking, and talented with regard to the rule of law.

Who Is The President Of Nigeria?

Muhammadu Buhari is the President of Nigeria. Muhammadu Buhari GCFR is a Nigerian politician who has been President of Nigeria since 2015. Buhari is a retired Nigerian Army Major General and has served as military head of state in Nigeria between 1983 to 1985, after taking power in a military coup d’état.

Will the name United African Republic (UAR) make any positive impact and progress to Nigeria?  We have the comment section below for your ideas, opinions or suggestions.

In today’s article guide, Nigeria Insider has all you need to know about the popular celebrity, Hushpuppi biography and net worth according to the 2021 report.

Who Is Hushpuppi?

Hushpuppi is a Dubai-base-Nigerian philanthropist, who was brought up in Lagos — from the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Hushpuppi Biography and  Profile

Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, commonly known as Hushpuppi, Hush or Ray Hushpuppi is a Nigerian Instagram celebrity who was born October 11, 1982, and brought up in Lagos. Hushpuppi’s real name is Raymond Abass.

Other names you can call him are: Hush, Ray Hushpuppi, The Billionaire Gucci Blaiso.

Life And Education

Hushpuppi is best known for his luxurious lifestyles both at Nigeria and Dubai. He works hard for money afterall, to make life taste good for him.

He later emigrated to Malaysia and subsequently to the United Arab Emirates where he lived till his arrest. He admitted to fathering a child in 2013.

Hushpuppi (Ramon Abbas) obtained his secondary school education in Government College, Ikorodu, Lagos State.

Hushpuppi source of income

Huspupp is best known in putting inspirational captions his latest posts. In finding out Hushpuppi’s source of income, the celebrity once posted regarding how he makes money by sharing that he is a professional beggar. “Those of you wondering what I do for a living since, I’m a beggar by profession”

Net worth

Hushpuppi’s net worth according to the 2021 report indicates that the Instagram celebrity is worth over $4 billion. In other words, Hushpuppi’s net worth in Nigeria is N1.64 trillion Nairas.




Hushpuppi under his luxurious lifestyles living in both Nigeria and Dubai, he has a fleet of cars that contribute to his assets. Some of the luxury cars owned by Hushpuppi are given below:

Hushpuppi Bentley Bentayga SUV

Hushpuppi Bentley Bentayga SUV

Hushpuppi Rolls-Royce Wraith

Hushpuppi Rolls-Royce Wraith


Hushpuppi Newly acquired a Bugatti

Hushpuppi acquired a new Bugatti that was causing social media surprises by his followers, before his arrest in the United States (U.S).

 Hushpuppi Newly acquired a Bugatti

Fraud Allegations

Under Hushpuppi’s fraud allegations, he was reportedly arrested in Dubai by the FBI and Interpol over allegations of $35 million fraud.

Should we have more relevant information about the popular Instagram model, Ray Hushpuppi, we shall keep you updated via Nigeria Insider — as an Information portal in Nigeria for all your news, information, Business, Loans, Celebrity net worths, Schools, admission and scholarships, entertainment and more.

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The Apple Airpods 2 with its price in Nigeria for all iPhone users is what we are going to talk about today on Nigeria’s Credible Information Portal.

Apple Inc is known to be one of the top and innovative company that has interesting gadgets for everyday electronic consumer. The company introduced the Apple AirPods same time the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus was launched and iOS users were much happy about the release of these products by the tech company.

Today, everyone is going wireless and Apple has worked on what the world actually needed in making calls and listening to music easier.

Today’s article on Nigeria Insider here gives you more insight about what you need to know about the Apple Air Pod 2 price in Nigeria for 2021.

Apple Airpods 2 device

As Apple product lover, you should keep in mind that — Apple products are much expensive and you should not expect anything less from their flagship of wireless AirPod.

AirPods are wireless headphones unlike any other.  The Apple Airpods work more magical than ever. With more talk time, voice-activated Siri access — and a wireless charging case — AirPods deliver an unparalleled wireless headphone experience. Simply take them out and they’re ready to use with all your devices. Put them in your ears and they connect immediately, immersing you in rich, high-quality sound. Just like magic.

Anytime you need a hand, Simply say “Hey Siri” for assistance without having to reach for your iPhone. And with Announce Messages, Siri can automatically speak your incoming messages as they arrive. You can choose which contacts you hear them from, and Siri won’t interrupt you if you’re on a call or sharing a song.

Features of the airpods 2

As powered by the Apple H1 headphone chip, AirPods deliver a faster and more stable wireless connection to your devices — up to 2x faster when switching between active devices,3 and a 1.5x faster connection time for phone calls.4 The H1 chip also drives voice-enabled Siri access and delivers up to 30 percent lower gaming latency.5 So whether you’re playing games, listening to music, or enjoying podcasts, you’ll experience higher-quality sound.

We shall take a deep look into the features of the Apple Airpods 2 with more in Nigeria.


Despite the wireless feature Airpods has, the device also come with a pointedly thicker arm than that of the common EarPods to make it fit its battery and microphone.

Sound Quality

With the Apple Airpods, you are assured of great sound quality from Apple Inc. The Airpods blows the Lightning-equipped EarPods, the ones that come with recent iPhones, out of the water in terms of sound output quality. The Airpod’s sound effortlessly combines energy and a calm tempo to produce top-class sound output.

Battery Life

The Apple Airpods 2 is known to be a device with power of 24‑hour battery life. AirPods deliver an industry-leading 5 hours of listening time — and now up to 3 hours of talk time — all on one charge. And they’re made to keep up with you, thanks to a charging case that holds multiple charges for more than 24 hours of listening time. Need a quick charge? Just put AirPods back in the case for 15 minutes to get up to 3 hours of listening time or up to 2 hours of talk time. To check the battery, hold the AirPods next to your iPhone or ask Siri “How’s the battery on my AirPods?” And when your AirPods need charging, a notification conveniently appears on your iPhone.


In terms of connectivity of the Apple Airpods, the device brings you wireless to the fullest. After a simple one-tap setup, AirPods are automatically on and always connected.1 Using them is just as easy. They sense when they’re in your ears and pause when you take them out. And the AirPods experience is just as amazing whether you’re using them with your iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac.

ANytime you are trying to connect the Apple Airpods for the first time, you will be required to press the connect button to connect with the device.

Full Specs About Airpods 2

Released March 26, 2019
Processor/Chipset H1 Headphone chip
Size Earbuds: 1.59 in (height) x 0.65 in (width) x 0.71 in (depth) / Case: 2.11 in (height) x 1.74 in (width) x 0.84 in (depth)
Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0
Sensors Dual beamforming microphones; Dual optical sensors; Motion-detecting accelerometer; Speech-detecting accelerometer
Battery Life AirPods Up to 5 hours listening time on single charge; Up to 3 hours of talk time on a single charge / AirPods with Wireless Charging Case: Over 24 hours of listening time; Up to 18 hours of talk time; 15 minutes in the case provides up to 3 hours listening time or up to 2 hours talk time
Weight 1.41 ounces (40 grams)
iOS 12.2 or later
watchOS 5.2 or later
Apple TV Supported
Resistance No waterproof

airpods 2 price in Nigeria

The Apple Airpods 2 is selling for N 85,000 in Nigeria — at any electronic or Mobile Phone accessories shop across in Nigeria.

where to buy apple airpods 2 in nigeria

In looking for the best place you can buy any Apple Airpods 2 in Nigeria, you can checkout on Jumia, Konga and other online shopping websites.

This article gives you a complete informational guide you may need to know about how to make payment for your GOtv subscription with mobile phone and mobile money payment options.

In Nigeria, GOtv is commonly used by the Nigerian community as paid-TV — enjoying moments of multiple channels from Entertainments, Movies, Sports, Jokes, etc.

Just like DStv In Nigeria, GOtv is another paid-subscription TV for individuals to subscribe and enjoy moments of entertainments and fun at home.

Whether you love sports, movies/documentaries, telenovelas, etc. GOtv decoder is going to meet all your needs at a go. With a GOtv decoder, you get access to television channels that shows all the English premier league games, UEFA Champions league, and other European leagues. This is a good news for those who love sports.

GOtv is one of best decoders that gives you the access to interesting local and international content from the comfort of your home at very affordable prices.

GOtv decoder packages in Nigeria

These are the GOtv prices per packages for you, and you can reach how for any assistance.

Package Price Channels
GOtv Lite N400 25
GOtv Value N1,250 43
GOtv Plus N1,900 67
GOtv Max N3,200 75
GOtv Mobile Access N630

GOtv allows you to also pay for your subscription in your city, street or any nearby GOtv shop available in Nigeria.

I would love to give you the steps and guide about How To Pay For GOtv Subscription With Mobile Phone In Nigeria for 2021.

How To Pay For GOtv Subscription With Mobile Phone In Nigeria

This part from Nigeria Insider gives you more insight of how to pay for your GOtv subscription via mobile phone in Nigeria for 2021.

How To Pay Using Online Payment Services

Now, you can use online payment service providers to pay for your GOtv subscription via your mobile phone in Nigeria. Some of these top payment providers for paying for your GOtv monthly subscription are: JumiaPay, KongaPay, eTranzact, Paga, PayU, Quickteller, etc.

Visit any payment service provider of choice, create an account and navigate to the “Pay Bills” section. Select your cable TV (DStv or GOtv) as appropriate. Proceed to enter your details and decoders details (Smart card number for DStv; IUC number for GOtv), select what bouquet/package you’d love to subscribe, and then proceed to pay.

How To Pay For GOtv Using Banking Apps

There is possibility to pay for your GOtv subscription directly from your bank app easily in Nigeria. Most banks in Nigeria have functional (web and mobile) app by which their customers can directly send and receive funds, pay bills and make purchase for airtime for their mobile phones from.

Navigate to the “Bills” or “Pay Bills” section of your bank app and you should see a provision for cable TV payment. Select which of the TV service you want to pay for, enter your digital TV details, select the bouquet/plan you want to purchase and pay.

How To Pay For Your GOtv Subscription Using Self Service

Multichoice runs an “Eazy Self Service” platform for both the DStv and GOtv platforms. The Eazy Self Service platform allows you manage your DStv/GOtv accounts online, clear error codes, pay for packages and upgrade your subscription. The Eazy Self service platform even allows you pay for someone else.

For GOtv users, visit the payment portal on the GOtv Eazy Self Service platform, enter your GOtv account details (IUC number) and proceed to pay.

If you would love to buy GOtv decoder or a purchase directly from the company to avoid extra cost from third party dealers.

Offline Multichoice Branches/Offices

Alternatively, you can also walk to any any nearby Multichoice to pay for your GOtv packages and renew your subscription at your local Multichoice branches nearer.

How To Contact GOtv In Nigeria

If you need more information, use the contact details below to get in touch with GOtv.

Multichoice Nigeria
MultiChoice Nigeria Limited, Plot 1381, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Tel: +234 803 904 4688
Email: [email protected]

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7 Most Common Types of Toilet in Nigeria.

Toilets and bathrooms are the most used facility in the world. An average person goes to the toilet 5-8 times everyday. Either he goes to deificate or urinate or for other reasons like to cry, read, or think.

You know the reason why toilets are sometimes called a restroom? It is because,after the bedroom or the living room, probably, it is the only place you can get maximum comfort pushing wastes out of your body. 

In any home or office, or other places such as organizations, workplaces, restaurants, banks, schools, and even bus stations, you are sure to find at least one or two commodes. That makes it evident to the text written in italics above: “the most used facility in the world“. People really need to go there— including yourself reading this article.

Here in Nigeria,  just like the rest of the world, we also have the toilet as one of the most facility in places like homes, offices, schools, etc. But there are types of toilet in Nigeria that is not common across the world. In this article I’ll be mentioning the types of toilet in Nigeria.

Water Closet (WC).

The WC or Water Closet is a two-piece toilet that is most used in cities and urban  settlements. Almost everyone living in the city has this type of toilet. 

From the floor, it heights around 17 inches. It has a cover and another seat layer made of plastic apart from the ceramic seat. The plastic seat makes your butt fit into the toilet as you do your thing. Also, it has a water reservoir where water is stored for flushing. The reservoir has a knob you can push downwards and it sends water to the toilet bowl to flush away your poop or urine.

According to Nigeria Data Portal, 4,292,654 people use this in Nigeria and they are mostly those who live in modern houses and cities especially.

You’ll find this type of toilets in homes, corporate offices, banks, schools, restaurants, etc.

Pit Latrine.

Popular known as shanlanga in southwestern Nigeria, it is a type of toilet that is made up of creamic pits fixed or attached onto the floor. Modern pit latrines are usually creamic with a tap attached to the wall. It has no seat and it is used in such a manner that the user has to squat, making his butt perfectly pointing at the pit it self. 

This type of toilet can be found in semi-urban towns, developing villages and some houses in the city. It can also be found in some public schools (boarding house) in Nigeria.

Approximately 14 million people use this type of toilet in Nigeria.

Public Toilet.

Public toilets are found in public places across the cities in Nigeria. They are usually located at motor parks, train stations, restaurants, shopping malls, and banks. The type of toilet found in restaurants, shopping malls and banks are usually Water Closets. Public places like motor parks, train stations and other public toilets in Lagos , for instance can either be a WC or modern pit latrine. People usually pay to use public toilets in motor parks and bus stations in Nigeria.

Plastic Bags and Nylons.

You might be a little surprised, giving me a questioning look of what is plastic bag and Nylons doing on the list of types of toilet in Nigeria. Well, this is Nigeria and when there are no toilets around people use plastic bag and nylons as alert toilet.

Although, using nylons and plastic bags is quite unhygienic, if there are no toilets around I’ll use spread a nylon upon the floor, squatting to do my thing. When I’m done I wrap it up and dispose it properly. Then, i wash my hands with soap and water.

Plastic Buckets.

Plastic Buckets are also one of the weirdest types of toilet in Nigeria. It is also used as n alternative when there are no toilets around and the person wants to do it really bad. He grabs a small plastic bucket in a private corner, sits on it and does his thing. When he’s done he cleans himself up.

Nearby Bush or Forest.

You might think this might be a dangerous type of toilet in Nigeria. Yes it is quite dangerous, but it is one of the most common , yet stranges we’ve got. It can be used as an alternative toilet when there’s no toilet nearby or it can be used as a “travel toilet”. What is meant by travel toilet is that when people travel to remote areas, they are likely to be surrounded by bushes on the road. They might also want to pee or poo so, the bush is the nearby toilet for them. 

Dug Ground.

In areas where are there are no toilets at all, like an underdeveloped settlement, people would usually dig up the ground to ease up their stomachs or bladder.


Now we’ve come to the end of  the most common types of toilet we have in Nigeria. So, whenever you visit Nigeria, you won’t be surprised at the way people ease themselves. 

The West African Franc CFA is the official currency of the francophone countries in West Africa. The exchange between the CFA Franc and the Naira is really no big difference lately, but if your business or trade is centered between both currencies, then you might want to know how to calculate Naira to West African Franc CFA.

I would like to highlight more about How To Calculate Naira To West African Franc CFA for you.

Many Nigerians go to trade or do business in Benin Republic, Cameroon, Togo, Ivory Coast and other Francophone West African countries. And when they do so, they are likely to receive their income in West African Franc CFA. If you’re one of the individuals who would do business trading between the CFA and Naira, then you should know that as at today Saturday, May 1st 2021 the exchange rate is ₦0.89 which is equivalent to 1CFA on then black market. Then coming to the official exchange rate by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN and the Forex Market, the price is ₦0.70=1CFA. So if you want to convert 100,000 CFA to naira, then it will be calculated as 100,000 CFA multiplied by ₦0.70, using the official exchange rate, it is then equals to ₦70,000.

AlsoConversion Rates: How to Calculate Nigeria Naira to South Africa Rand

On the other way round, 100,000 Naira is equivalent to ₦1 Naira is equivalent to 1.33 West African Franc CFA. Therefore, ₦100,000 will be calculated to 133,00 CFA.

Knowing the Conversion Rates for each and every country is very necessary, since you will be travelling to anywhere in the world one day and use the currency of that country — for buying and exchange.

You can be either a United States citizen wanting to travel and come to Nigeria, or a Nigerian citizen who is about to travel to the United States but don’t know much about the currency of which you would love to know how to convert the US Dollar into Nigeria Naira.

You can be a digital marketer in Nigeria and want to receive payment from USA but wondering how much money you shall receive in Naira. Well, This article got you covered.

In our today’s article on Nigeria Insider, I would like to give you the full overview of how to convert the US Dollar to the Nigerian Naira — without much stress involved. Check out below for more.

The US Dollar is arguably the most spent and the most used or more hyperbolic, the most valuable currency in the world today. It has so much value, not in terms of how worthy it is side-by-side other currencies, but because of the power the US holds on to in the world. Almost everything that has price is calculated in dollars today.

In in Nigeria, the worth of the US dollar is quite high today. As at today Friday April 30, 2021, 1 US Dollar is currently worth ₦380.50 according to the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN. But the other way round, 1 Naira is equivalent to 0.0026 dollar. This is far from a single US Dollar.

Many Nigerians might be happy with the current exchange rate between the Naira and the US Dollar, but not the common who cannot afford basic things because the Dollar has spiked in inflation, making the Naira almost worthless.

As an individual who does his business between the US Dollar and the Nigerian Naira.

In this article, I’ll show you how to calculate Naira to Dollar. Like I’ve said in the previous post on how to calculate Naira to Cedi, conversion or calculating exchange rates doesn’t require expertise in math. It’s simply basic; just multiplication.

So, if you want to convert 100$ to Naira, for example, you simply use this method:
Since 1$ is equals to 380.50 then calculating 100$ would be 380.50 multiplied by 100 which is equivalent to ₦38,050.50. In summary, a hundred dollars is equivalent to ₦38,050.

Money plays a major role in our everyday activities, and that is why we always work hard — to be able to get money for buying our wants and demands. Knowing how to convert the US dollar to Nigeria Naira should be much important to you as US citizen or Nigerian citizen.

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