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  1. Samguine

    Hotels In Lagos: The George Hotel - Review by Lape Soetan

    The George, which opened in July 2015, is a luxury hotel in Ikoyi, Lagos. The hotel’s website as well as its gates and grounds ooze sophistication so I was pretty excited at the idea of spending a few nights there. One of the first things that s...
  2. Oluogunjobi

    Lagos State: 7 Dangerous Bridges To Avoid In 2017

    The spate of robbery attacks and grief that is peculiar to lurking around bridges will make one tread with caution, especially in Lagos, Nigeria's fastest growing city. Only those that have been victims can tell a better story of how they have been e...
  3. writers100

    5 Travel Destinations In Rivers State

    Rivers State, the treasure base of the nation has its capital in the garden city of Port Harcourt. Carved out of the old Eastern Region in 1967, River State is bounded on the South by the Atlantic Ocean, to the North by Anambra, Imo and Abia States, ...
  4. Oluogunjobi

    Christmas: 6 Important Tips For Safe, Comfortable Travels On Nigerian Roads

    It's Christmas, and we are all happy! As families across Nigeria bask in the joy of the season, a lot of people also travel home to their villages and the families who remain in town, come together to celebrate and have fun. For those that will be t...
  5. Oluogunjobi

    Stay In Nigeria: 13 Mind-Blowing Places To Spend Your Holidays

    Rather than going through the rather-rigorous process of making travelling arrangements to jet out of Nigeria for the holidays, some amazing spots located in different cities across Nigeria are top-notch to other recreational spots anywhere in the wo...
  6. Oluogunjobi

    Nigeria: Top 11 Carnivals You Should Not Miss This December

    December is always the exciting time of the year, as it signals the end – and the beginning of another year. The month is usually agog with festivals and carnival in most cities across the country. It is always a time for families in various communit...
  7. writers100

    5 Travel Destinations In Oyo State

    Oyo State is one of the five states of the south-western Nigeria, and Ibadan is its capital. Predominantly a Yoruba state, Oyo State is largely made up of Yoruba-speaking people from Oyo, Ibadan, Ibarapa, Oke-Ogun and Ogbomoso areas. Notable town and...
  8. Oluogunjobi

    10 Nigerian Cinema Etiquettes You Should Not Ignore

    It's another Friday! For some of us, it's time to go see movies with loved ones. Others may wish to hang out at relaxation spots – all for fun! But whenever you go to the cinema, it is best to be mindful of your public conduct. Here are some helpful ...
  9. Oluogunjobi

    Top 6 Places to Propose to Your Girlfriend In Lagos

    Proposal. Will You Marry Me? It's high point for most ladies, and always look forward to the day a guy will pop that question. Their hearts melt when the guy goes on his kneels, and brings out the 'ring'.. They lose control of the moment, as it signa...
  10. writers100

    10 Hot Travel Spots In Benue State

    Benue State is located in the middle-belt region of Nigeria. It has a 2006 population census of 4.5 million people. Its main capital is Makurdi. The state is dominated by the Idoma and Tiv people, but there are also other tribes such as the Igede, Ab...
  11. Oluogunjobi

    Lagos: Top 10 Crime Areas In Nigeria's Mega City

    Lagos, a state in South Western Nigeria boasts of a population of over 20 million people. It is reputed to be Nigeria's fastest growing city and the commercial nerve of the country. The state is not with violence and terrible clashes in some parts of...
  12. writers100

    Top 10 Nigerian Markets and Products That Make Each Popular

    There are hundreds of popular markets in Nigeria with something that sets them apart from the others, and some of these will be examined here. Nigerians are dependent on markets for every household needs, and these are where sellers and buyers meet o...
  13. Oluogunjobi

    Prominent Cultural Festivals That Thrill The People Of Osun

    Osun has a fairly large population. According to the 2006 National Population Census, the population of the state is put at 3,423,535. The state is rich in human and material resources Historical evidence shows that the Yoruba tradition is one of th...
  14. Oluogunjobi

    8 Powerful Masquerades In Yoruba Land

    In Nigeria, masquerades appear during festivals, ceremonies or rituals. They dance, sing and recite incantations. Many of the masquerades are youths with strength to make dance moves and jumps. Some performs unexplainable actions like somersaulting,...
  15. Oluogunjobi

    Top 10 Exciting Festivals You Should Not Miss In Edo State

    Edo state has a very rich tradition of festivals and masquerades through which the people either appease the various gods and goddesses, purification of both the land and individual celebrant,initiate men or women into age-grades or as a traditional ...
  16. Samguine

    Nigerian Music: 6 Indigenous Music From Nigeria

    Nigerians are music-loving people, and they love singing and dancing to a fault. Indigenous folks sing on the farms and on their way to the river, while educated folks whistle in the bathroom or attend disco parties or concerts to dance away their so...
  17. Oluogunjobi

    Nigerian Cities That Are Very Cheap To Live In

    The cost of living in some Nigerian cities have sent some people away from their birthplace to resettle in some other cities. In the midst of a crunched economy, there are still some cities in Nigeria that accommodate living comfortably within one's ...
  18. Oluogunjobi

    Public Transport Fares in Major Cities Across Nigeria

    Moving from one place to another is needful. It is what we will always deal with. Transportation fares is important to consider living in a city. However, in some Nigerian cities, transportation fares vary from one city to the other, just as it is wi...
  19. Oluogunjobi

    Nigerian Cities That Are Very Expensive To Live In

    We live in a third-world country. But this does not make Nigeria a relatively cheap country to live in. There are some cities in the country that are expensive in terms of living condition, and you would want to think twice before you settle or reloc...
  20. writers100

    Top 7 Travel Destinations in Delta State

    Delta State is one of the oil-producing states in South-South Nigeria. It used to be part of the old Bendel State which was split into Edo and Delta States on August 27, 1991 by the General Ibrahim Babangida military government. Delta State has a to...

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