Below a couple of NomadicMILK videos I posted on Youtube: * NM fieldtrip part 1 * NM fieldtrip part 2 * Google Earth animatie: * […] Read More
Yes, it’s our last day. Yesterday we arrived in Abuja, after having stayed a few days in Jos for the second time. We are again […] Read More
Here is mr. Dominic busy talking through his handset. Business in Nigeria has changed a lot with the advent of the mobile phone. It has […] Read More
After visiting Lagos, we followed a Peak Milk transport by truck. Our driver was mr. Bello. He himself was of partly Fulani descent. When he […] Read More
kablog-j2me 2.0.8 for Nokia6233 We were shown around by the proud Italian captain of the new port in Lagos, owned by Grimaldi.
kablog-j2me 2.0.8 for Nokia6233 Just a shot of a shot inside the WAMCO warehouse. We were comparing the quality of our photocams.
We have now seen the milk factory and the packaging process, went to the market were Peak Milk products are being sold and talked to […] Read More
I was very uncomfortable with this way of transportation. This is a not-so-cool way to move around in this city. In my view it only […] Read More
Tuesday, Esther and I arrived in Lagos by air from Abuja. We were in the same plane as LL Cool J and his entourage… The […] Read More
Just a dump of some of the most interesting pics from the last few days in Shonong, a rural area south of Jos where we […] Read More
We’ve met some Fulani herdsmen out in the bush in the village of Shonong, district of Bachit, Plateau State. Ab has been there for a […] Read More
Strange name indeed for a phone vendor. They sell all kinds of moderately recent phones there, from 4900 naira (~= 30 euros) up to 45000 […] Read More
Dini and Jaap, the incredibly hospitable Dutch couple in Jos where we are staying, gave us one of their many golden tips that the Ministry […] Read More
Believe it or not, these are real Dutch cows in the heart of Nigeria. They were once imported by Dutch-owned WAMCO company, producers of Peak […] Read More
Anywhere you go, people have started their own enterprise by putting down a parasol and a table. When you want to make a phone call […] Read More
Not a particularly uncommon sight in Nigeria, apparently. But this was out first!
Radio antennas are being transformed into GSM antennas.
Somwhere in Kaduna. The “Xtra Connect” offer by South-African corporation MTN means calling cheaper to family or friends (“Call 3 family & friends @ 25k/sec”). […] Read More
Advertisement for mobile phone operator, 28 nov. ’06 Kaduna Nigeria. Interestingly, you hardly see any mobile phone actually being used by people on the ads […] Read More
Pic taken November 27 2006 at Abuja supermarket.