Best Moments From Nigeria 2022

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What were the best moments in Nigeria 2022? Here are some ideas! If you’re in the process of re-watching this year’s World Cup, remember to check out our timeline and see what happened in 2022! Here are the most popular moments during the first half of 2022 in Nigeria. These moments might surprise you! Also, don’t forget to share these moments with your friends on social media! And remember: The more you share, the more people will see it!


In the first half of this year, Vladimir Putin grabbed our attention as Russia invaded Ukraine. Meanwhile, the Oscars brought us Will Smith’s slap to Chris Rock, and the Nigerian team’s loss to Morocco is now a fairytale. Which of these memorable moments is your favourite? Check out our list below and vote for the one you enjoyed the most. If you haven’t yet watched the World Cup, check out our full coverage and watch it again.


The best moment in Nigeria 2022? The dance floor. Dance is one of the most famous songs in Nigeria, with its dance-hall-style beats that contain viral vocal gaffes. Nigerians in the street love Lawal, and his songs have become staples of Lagos DJ sets. You can find many more moments in Nigeria by following our playlist! And don’t forget to share them with friends and family! Remember: If you post it on social media, you’ll see millions of people enjoying it!


The Headies: Afrobeats has a history of awards shows, and the 2022 edition will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, for the first time outside of Nigeria. It’s a first! Despite its global popularity, the Headies haven’t lost their hometown charm. Wizkid’s Essence featuring Tems is up for Best Global Music Performance. Among other things, the Nigerian soccer team is also in the running for the World Cup.

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I am david warner games journalist with 15 years' experience, beginning my career on Edge magazine before working for a wide range of outlets, including Ars Technica, Eurogamer, GamesRadar Gamespot, the Guardian, IGN, the New Statesman, Polygon, and Vice. I was the editor of Kotaku UK, the UK arm of Kotaku, for three years before joining PC Gamer.

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