jeudi 14 novembre 2013

Is racism on the rise in France?

Racism seems to be on the fast track in France. For the third time in a month, the first black French Justice, Minister Christiane Taubira, has been sujected to racism comments.

TOTAL EPNG / French Embassy of Nigeria Scholarship program

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In 2012, the French Embassy in Nigeria and the TOTAL E&P Nigeria Limited Group decided to create a scholarship programme for high-level Nigerian students to study in France.

For the 2014/2015 academic year, 5 full scholarships will be awarded.

mercredi 13 novembre 2013

Je Demande Pardon

Today I took a bus from where Biot to Antibes where I will then take another bus to where I live in Cagnes-sur-mer. Luckily for me, the bus arrived early. I got in the bus, gave the bus driver, a

vendredi 8 novembre 2013

Je m'appelle Ayo

French people are not used to Nigerian names, as we are used to English names, some of which are similar to French names. Although they are familiar with some African names coming mostly from francophone countries, names like Olamilekan, Chiwendu, Osaruese, etc., are totally strange to them.

mercredi 6 novembre 2013

French Eiffel scholarships : Call for application

Apply for the EIFFEL Scholarship : (masters degree / Law; Management - Business Administration - Finances; Engineering; Economics - Politics.

lundi 4 novembre 2013

Franglais ... my English life in France

Today was my first day in an English company in Antibes, a town in the South of France. My professional course in secretariat studies can be validated only after une période d'un mois en entreprise where i'll do

samedi 2 novembre 2013

Stromae : "Racine Carrée" ranks No. 1 in France

This week in France, Stromae‘s Racine Carrée is the most sold album with more sales to it's name than any

Radicalisation ???

As happy as th French people were about the return of the four hostages who were abducted by Al-Qaeda

Two French journalists kidnapped and killed in Mali

Just four days ago France was celebrating the release of four hostages in Niger after three years in capivity, today France is back to mourning...

vendredi 1 novembre 2013

French doctor accused of killing his wife acquitted after 14 years

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Jean-Louis Muller accused of murdering his wife fourteen years ago has been acquitted.

Sentenced twice to twenty years in prison for the murder of son épouse, Brigitte Muller, found dead in the family home on November 8, 1999, le docteur Jean-Louis Muller was acquitted thursday, October 31, by the cour d'assises de Meurthe-et-Moselle.

Dieu merci c'est vendredi

Thank God it's Friday et c'est férié ! Today I am not in school rather, I am home chilling. After une