Stories about Festac Town and Festac Grammar School

The Rise and Fall of Festac, Part 1

The Rise and Fall of Festac, Part 2 (concluded)

Festac Town: A Symbol of a Failed Society

The People Who Shaped My Life

Governor Fashola Finally Makes His Presence Known at FGS


Governor Fashola, FGS ti Ba Je o..!

NEPA vs Festac Town Residents

50 Yards Of Death

14 thoughts on “Stories about Festac Town and Festac Grammar School

  1. i stay in festac town, its a nice place to reside 40 percent of nigerias top celebrities emerge from my hood festac city there are many youths out there looking 4 a source of livelihood its a great place mostly 21road d chicks


  2. stars like tu face, faze, w4, a lot i cant even count all come from festac i am proud of festac as it is not with standing any of these scandals holla festac town its ur boy sagbalaski keep up d good work whatever it may be be it scam or 419 as it is called its called hustling
    freefestaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacccccccccccc town sagballlllllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssskkkkkkkkkkkkkkkiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i am ouuuuutttttttttttttttttaaaaaaa here


  3. i have know you right from when i was a kid. As my teacher then i knew you will always stand out in all you do. Keep up the good work. We all Wish you the very best. Niger go change by God’s Grace………….


  4. its good to know there are still some people who are earnestly desiring a positive change for nigeria.u are not a lone voice in this struggle you know.Lets keep on making concerted efforts and one day…who knows we will have a cause to smile although i seriously wonder if it will ever happen in our life time.Keep up the good work.just stumbled on your site now.will keep on reading and circulating your stuff.take care and God bless. Ngozi


  5. There are many out there who feel and share the pain. Nigeria as we know it today has killed her youths.We had hopes back then growing up and doing things and now we wonder will it ever happen. Being a Nigerian abroad is a big cross we all share and carry. Being a proud Nigerian gets harder by the day especially when you reside abroad. Let’s keep the faith and never loose sight of what we have always believed we can be. well done


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  7. Hello,

    I was wondering if you accept guest post for your blog. If you do, I would like to submit a few. I’m a recent college graduate, with an English major, looking to build out my portfolio. I can write on a wide variety of topics and am sure you would be happy with the quality. Please email me back if you are interested. Thank you for your time.


  8. Festac is such a shame to itself. I grew up in Festac, left for a while and when I returned…I had more than uncontrollable tears to shed…..emotional trauma sef set in. are u for real? humans stay here, in this dirty environment? questions upon questions. festac is now a barrack. uncultured souls live in festac now. ‘Nna mehn’ is all u hear. so much noise. Like modern day civilization left festac and boarded the MH370 Malaysian plane that disappeared, not to be found anymore. oh weep for yourself, festac!


    • Festac my hood any day any time. E no Mata say I comot I still know where I come from say Na Festac town and am a grammar school boy repin to d fullest


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