Sunday, May 28, 2017

Culture

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Nigeria is a vast country with over 250 ethnic groups. The Hausa-Fulani, Igbo and Yoruba which denotes the Northern, Eastern and Western Regions of Nigeria asides over 250 ethnic groups ...
Nigerian Languages

Nigerian languages is an integral part of the culture. It is commonplace to find persons in Nigeria who’re unable to speak their indigenous dialect asides the central language, thus not ...
New Obi of Ubulu Uku~01

Following the death of his father, HRM Obi Edward Ofulue III of Ubulu-Uku Kingdom in the hands of his abductors, the heir-apparent to the throne, HRM Agbogidi Chukwuka Noah, Akaeze ...
Bros Niyi Akinnaso

The Ezeigbo title outside Igboland may be an embarrassment to Igbo culture and dignity but politicians outside Igboland exploit it to their own advantage. While the governors and other politicians ...
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A successor to the Olu of Warri, has been named by the Warri Traditional Council, after formally confirming the passage of Ogiame Atuwatse 11. According to sources, Prince Godfrey Ikenwoli ...
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“Ase Ebi” (uniform solidarity dress), is on sale in the US, for the Coronation Anniversary of His Royal Highness Oba (King) Ofuntola Oseijeman Adelabu Adefunmi I. However, he is not ...

Sufism is the spiritual aspect of Islam- one that opens its gates for people looking for ecstatic experience. It involves music, graceful movement; it is a shining and liberal path ...

Kenya is a world-class tourist destination, Visit Kenya to comfirm. The country has a good number of national parks to showcase her natural resources. The natural resources are spread all ...

Rwanda is home to thousands upon thousands of bird species. There is no part of the country that you visit that the Birds in Rwanda does not have its own ...

Morocco’s proximity to Europe attracts a lot of visitors to its beaches. The fall of its dirham currency compared to the high cost of hotels in Spain is another factor ...

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