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Traditional Rulers In Nigeria

They are powerful and revered. They consider themselves to be the next in command after God. Hence, their orders are supreme. Interestingly, their reign is throughout their lifetime. In other words, it is hereditary. So don’t be surprised if you hear that a traditional ruler in Nigeria is as old as 90 years or beyond! Here are five first-class rulers amongst many others from every part of the country. 

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Explore Nigeria’s World Heritage Sites!

Nigeria is indeed a beautiful country. This beauty is encapsulated by the listing of some of Nigeria’s exciting and interesting destinations on the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site. These list according to UNESCO seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity. It is a significant achievement that Nigeria is on that list.  Perhaps, this will convince travellers that Nigeria is an awesome destination for vacation. 

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5 Nuts With Great Health Benefits

By Wednesday, May 20, 2015 0 , , , , Permalink 2

Travelling could be stressful at times. Therefore, you have to be healthy and fit always. Generally, when travelling our health status must be excellent hence eating junk food is not advisable. However,, Africa’s No 1 Hotel Booking Portal can categorically recommend nuts for everyone including travellers and tourists. Nuts are affordable and can be bought on the roadside in Lagos or any other states in Nigeria. Why are nuts good for your body? 

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Tips For Climbing “The Mountain Of Death’

Are you strong? Do you want an adventure of a lifetime? Then climbing the Mountain of Death otherwise known as Gangirwal Mountain is the sure stake to sooth this desire. The Gangirwal Mountain is the tallest Mountain in Nigeria and probably in West Africa (i.e. If Cameroun is excluded from West Africa). The mountain seats in Taraba state in the farthest part of Gashaka Gumpti Park. The Mountain is also in proximity to the Cameroun border. 

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Discover Ijebu-Ode!

The town is peaceful, tranquil and receptive. It is blessed with so much history, an enticing festival, cuisine and hospitality that attracts tourists and visitors yearly to the town. Ijebu-Ode is a local government in Ogun State, South-West; Nigeria. The state is hugely popular for being the home of the revered Olumo Rock and Lisabi Festival. The nomenclature Ijebu-Ode is the combination of two great personalities and founders of the town-Ajebu and Olode. Both families were the first settlers in the ancient town. A total of 154,032 reside in the town. It is dominated by the Ijebus and Ijebu is their lingua franca.

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Jos | City of Captivating Landscapes

By Thursday, May 14, 2015 0 , , , Permalink 1

The beauty of a beautiful city best described by its romantic and temperate climate, magnificent geography and landmarks, and mind-blowing tourist attractions. This has made the city a destination of choice for many tourists and fun seekers within and outside Nigeria. What’s the name of this pristine and cosmopolitan city domiciled in Nigeria’s middle belt? Jos. The city is bounded by Bauchi (North-East), Kaduna (North West), Nassarawa (South-West) and Taraba (South-East).

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