Dayo and Kenny Ogungbe

Afrobeat

There is no denying that Nigerian Afrobeat is fashioned after American popular music. When Majek Fashek, a musician from the old bloc came back to Nigeria after a while, he confessed to “watch…

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Tu Face Idibia

Innocent Idibia

Innocent Idibia; Popular Nigerian musician. Born September 8, 1975 in Jos  into a middle-class family in which he is second of four boys, Innocent Idibia had a modest upbringing, Michael Idibia,…

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Chime Sullivan Iheanacho

CHIME, Sullivan Iheanacho; lawyer, administrator and governor of Enugu State from 2007-2015. Chime was born in Udi town, Udi Local Government Area, Enugu State  on April 10, 1959. His mother,…

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Professor Tomori Oyewale

Tomori Oyewale

Tomori  Oyewale awardee of the 2002 Nigeria National Merit Award, NNMA. Tomori is a virologist at the World Health Organization, WHO, and he has carried out various researches in epidemiology and…

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first commercial bus in Lagos, 1950

Lagos (City)

LAGOS refers to the urban area called Metropolitan Lagos, which includes both the islands of the former municipality of Lagos and the main surburbs. On December 12, 1991, the city of Lagos seized…

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Ojuelegba

Ojuelegba

Ojuelegba; situated at the crossroads in the entrance of Lawanson Road in Yaba, Lagos. The never sleeping downtown is the sight of the ubiquitous yellow buses with two black stripes merge with…

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Ijara-Isin

Ijara-Isin; in Isin Local Government council of Kwara State is an ancient community founded many centuries ago by a family of five who hailed from Oyo-Ile in the old Oyo empire. Historically, the…

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Jerry Gana

Jerry Gana; senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Chairman, defunct Mass Mobilisation for Social andEconomic Recovery, MAMSER, Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Information and…

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Rail Transport

Cape Gauge The development of railways in Nigeria started from Lagos Colony to Ibadan in March 1896, by the British government. This was extended to Minna  in 1911, where it met the…

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Ofonagoro Walter Ibekwe

Ofonagoro Walter Ibekwe; government spokesman under military dictatorship of Sani Abacha, economic historian, also Minister of Information and Culture during General Ibrahim Babangida‘s…

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