Ode-Erinje

Ode-Erinje; community in Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State said to rely on nature’s defence, a swarm of bees. Aside being consumed as a food supplement in Ode-Erinje, the…

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Ogoja Catholic Church

Ogoja

Ogoja; located some 400 kilometres away from Calabar at the extreme reaches of the Cross River, has boundary with Benue State to the north, Ebonyi State to the west, and Cameroon to the east. Made…

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Igbisin

Town located in northwest Ilaje in Ondo State. There is an Oil Palm estate of the Okitipupa Oil Palm Company Plc that was established in the 1960s in Igbisin[1]. Igbisin, also called Igbisin-Oloto…

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Professor Mabogunje in the '60s

Akin Mabogunje

Akinlawon Ladipo Mabogunje ; Professor of Geography and first African elected foreign associate of the United States National Academy of Sciences, in the line of Charles Darwin and Martin Luther…

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Kainji Park

Kainji National Park

Kainji National Park; Established in 1979 and located in Kwara State, the wildlife park is one of Nigeria’s most flaunted resort centres and is one of the largest game reserves in the West…

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map of Lake Chad

Lake Chad

Lake Chad; at the farthest northeast end of Nigeria sharing close boundary with Niger, Cameroon, and Chad republics. The Chad basin, 2258 kilometers wide, was in 1991 designated as a tourist site…

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Abuja Skyline

Abuja

Abuja; Seat of government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, originally a sparsely populated territory of less than one hundred thousand people. Influx of people into the Federal Capital City…

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Lokoja capital city of Kogi State aerial view.

Lokoja

Lokoja; the capital of Kogi State, a state carved out of Kwara and Benue State in 1991. The magnificent rivers Niger and Benue meet in Lokoja, forming the famous confluence from which Kogi derives…

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Makoko floating school

Makoko

Makoko; a renowned Lagos slum with makeshift building constructed with planks and partially corrugated iron sheets on top of a rather stagnant river as its hallmark of life. From the rising of the…

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Nigerian army inspecting Gwoza Hills

Gwoza Hills

Gwoza hills; rocky and sun-baked  system of hills in Borno State where three villages with primitive existence and peculiar traditions: Kunde, Guduf- Nagadio and Guduf-Kusaraha in Gwoza Local…

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