The Federal Republic of Nigeria, commonly referred to as Nigeria (/naɪˈdʒɪəriə/ ( listen)), is a federal republic in West Africa, bordering Benin in the west, Chad and Cameroon in the east, and Niger in the north. Its coast in the south lies on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It comprises 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja is located. Nigeria is officially a democratic secular country.
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It was an amazing experience, so fun filled and memorable, the customer service was amazing too, the food spots there are amazing!!!, I most definitely would come back here, overall great experience. Go LSP
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Nike Art Centre, Lagos, is one of Nigeria's hidden treasures. Located in Lekki, Lagos, the four-story building compromises of an art gallery and textile museum featuring over 7,000 pieces and soon to have Coffee shop. The Centre has a diverse collection of art by a multitude of artists, celebrating Nigeria's talent, offering visitors an insight into all cultures of Nigeria through the medium of art. It can take up to a full day to discover all the Nike Art Centre has to offer. Fortunately, the gallery is open 7 days a week often holding art exhibitions, workshops and cultural days. If you're feeling creative you can take an art course with Nike or go on one of her week-long retreats outside of Lagos in Osun state (Osogbo), Kogi state (Ogidi) and Abuja, all of which you can visit with 'Nike Tours'. The tours offer overnight accommodation at her guesthouses, and partake in creating traditional African crafts such as adire, batik, indigo, beadwork, painting, or carving. Nike Art Centre is an impressive gallery and a must for art lovers.
I really loved her place, we were given a warm reception by the owner, she was so nice,and the arts are all wonderful and lovely
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i visited the groove and saw with my own eyes stories read from books and journals and i met those to give brushes to the history been shed for years. I was privileged to witness the cleansing process before worshippers were allowed into the groove, i took pictures too to this effect as well. Nigeria is got an heritage to cling to if properly harnessed.
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Explore the beauties of Nigeria with our amazing private tours. We have something for every traveler, from beaches, to nature reserves and heritage sites. Enjoy safe, stress-free travel on our tours which include hotel pick up and drop off as well as private guides and hosts who cater to all your needs. Book a tour today and start exploring.
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BRIEF HISTORY OF BADAGRY Badagry was founded around 1425 A.D. before its existence, people have been living along the Coast of Gberefu, which later gave birth to Badagry. Fishing, Farming, salt making from ocean water were the main occupation of the people. The natives believe that Badagry was founded by a famous farmer called ‘Agbedeh’ who lived at Gberefu Sea Beach and maintained a farm land across the lagoon in the present Badagry. ‘Greme’ means farm in Ogu language and the people who visited Agbede’s farm, when asked, would say they went to ‘Agbedegreme’ meaning agbede’s farm. The word was later coined to Agbadarigi by the Yoruba settlers and was later corrupted to Badagry by the European slave merchants before the end of the senteenth century. The people of Badagry are heterogenous. They are mainly Ogu of Whydah, Whra, Wheme and Ga/Ewe clans who migrated from the former Dahomey and Awori-Yoruba who are descendants of Oduduwa of Western Nigeria. The traditions of
The visit to the museum is definiteley worth the day trip to Badagry from Lagos. It bring us back to the past and show how terrible was the condition of the slaves.
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simply wow we saved the best for the last. Gurara falls is well managed - there is an entrance fee of 500 naira per person. Its better to have your own means of transportation. There are different areas of the waterfall. The lookout point, the sandy shore part where you can do pinics and barbeque , the rocky front at the waterfall base where you can sunbath if you wanted. Towards the end there is a swimming area where you can take dip. The locals fish there also so its possible to get white catfish, black catfish and some other types. We had a guide and gave him a 1000 Naira for taking us around. Absolutely a must see
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Although I am a Christian and not an expert in architecture, I have a deep appreciation for Islamic architecture. This is one of the most beautiful building in Abuja and one most of my friends and family who come to visit appreciate seeing. While not as impressive as some of the Mosques I have seen in the Middle East, it is still an impressive site in the Abuja cityscape. It’s hard to miss when driving through the city centre and stands out amongst the otherwise sterile government office buildings in the city centre.
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First craft brewery in West Africa; we are inspired by the spices, flavours and hustle of Nigeria. Come down and try the freshest beers in the country and some great banter. Contact us for what’s on at the brewery or for organising a brewery tour!
I love to visit Bature Brewery like almost everyday. I love craft beer, I love the amazing people. I'm a regular - it's a wonderful place for locals to meet tourists.
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