Paul en Challa praat bietjie oor Krismis en sê koebaai vir 2016.
Challa se song hierdie week is die lame maar toepaslike Twisted Sister – Oh Come All Ye Faithful
We talk about and compare our experiences celebrating Christmas in Nigeria and the U.S. Then we discuss Nigerian crossover church services.
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The secret to a happy festive is to be thoughtful and that means you carefully select your gifts to the attributes of the person you buying the gifts for.
Be it your friend or dad, let’s face it you’re sometimes picky when it comes to accepting gifts, most people get stuff they already have or things they do not want.
The solution to not getting your gift regifted is to get someone, a gift that will either excite or blow them away. There’s a wide range of gifts to choose. From electronics to accessories.
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Watson Lavery is so very happy that Christmas (Xmas) has arrived in the UK. He wonders why Christmas is suddenly a month long holiday.
All the latest from the left field of the United Kingdom.
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Watson Lavery casts a jaundiced eye over the UK’s refugee policies and the democratic election of the Conservative party.
There’s a brief sports report, and Watson is very excited to see the first of the television Christmas adverts.
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