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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Tourism in Calabar Carnival

Tourism

The two UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nigeria, which doubles as the most popular tourism brands outside Nigeria, recognisable and visited by tourists worldwide are the Sukur Cultural Landscape in…

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JMJ dirt and a child looking

JMJ

JMJ; community in the backyard of Ajegunle that was known for decades as a jungle city. Stories had it that JMJ was populated mostly by whitemen in the pre-colonial and immediate post colonial…

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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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Old Oyo National Park

Old Oyo National Park; Nigerian park-system in Oyo primarily facilitating preservation and protection of indigenous Nigerian flora and fauna. The park also protects the architectural and…

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Skyview of Gashaka Gumti Park

Gashaka Gumti National Park

Gashaka Gumti; National Park established in 1991 as a tourist site[i], Gasha Gumti  is believed by many to be the largest, most scenic and biologically diverse conservation site in the world. It…

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Kayode Fayemi

Kayode Fayemi

Kayode Fayemi was a pro-democracy activist of the Generals Babangida and Abacha eras, later joining politics to become governor of Ekiti state in 2010 and a cabinet member of President Buhari…

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