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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Jebba

Jebba; Cosmopolitan community, located in Moro local government council of Kwara State is  a town about 80-kilometres distance from Ilorin, the state capital and also a gateway town between Kwara…

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Ode Irele

Ode Irele; an Ikale clan and kingdom encompassing Irele town which serves as the headquarters of Irele Local Government Area of Ondo State and smaller settlements like Gbeleju Loda, Lofo, Onipanu,…

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Odogbolu town satellite image

Odogbolu

Odogbolu; Town formed in c.1850 by an Ijebu clan made up of eight homesteads, the founders of which historians say were possibly members of the original retinue of Obanta, the founding hero of the…

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satallite map of Ichida community

Ichida

Ichida; Ichida is a town located in Anaocha local Government Area of Anambra State. It is situated towards the east of Igbo-ukwu, Ora-eri Awka-Etiti and Nnobi. The people of Ichida are one of the…

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Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt is a Nigerian port city, on the northern bank of the Bonny River, 30 nautica miles from the Bight of Biafra in the Atlantic Ocean. The city, discovered while a small fishing port in…

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Ogun River shown here glides through Egba, Ijebu towns into the Atlantic.

Ogun River

Ogun River is the waterfront originating in the isolated area of Saki, adjoining the Oyo National Park and gliding through Ogun State to empty into the Lagos Lagoon. Weaponry needed for the…

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Orile Owu

Orile Owu is the deformed town of ancient Owu people, reported as very thickly populated (Omer-Copper estimated a population of about 40,000) and regarded in its day among the important Yoruba…

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