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15 Nov 2020
Ogbunike Caves Behind Ogba hills in Ogbunike LGA in Anambra is a cave that has served for years as an escape, hideout and also was a place of refuge during the Nigerian Civil War. There are about 317 steps that lead into the tunnel. At the entrance, visitors must take off their shoes and also…
2 Aug 2020
The landscape of Nigeria is a hiker's paradise. The various natural sites and tropical climate of Nigeria make it a destination for all kinds of hikes. With seven national parks and so many natural places, destination Nigeria is a must-do. Are you visiting from abroad? You may have heard of the Holy Mountains of Obudu…
19 Apr 2020
'Take lots of pictures' is how we often bade someone farewell when travelling, trillion of photos are taken yearly of people, landscape, meals, food, atrocities, but in these days of isolation, in some part of the world people have only their windows as the eyes to the outside world. Amidst the compulsory lockdown of major…
29 Mar 2020
In 1665, when the bubonic plague hit the whole of Europe which originated from China, there was panic everywhere. The rich ran away, including King Charles II of England, his family and his court, who left to Oxford in September when it became severe in London. Around this time, lots of schools closed, among such…
Emir's Palace within the ancient city of Zazzau (Zaria). Photo Twitter hallaboutafrica
23 Feb 2020
Before the advent of the Arabs and Europeans to Nigeria, the sophistication of the Nigerian Kingdom was very visible in their peculiar architecture. In a multicultural society like Nigeria, most of the kingdoms had a beautiful and unique architecture that reflected the climate, culture, and beliefs of the people. The ingenuity of these buildings remains…
10 Feb 2020
One country, one bag, one trip! Bags packed, gears checked, everything on the list ticked. We are set for the trip of a lifetime in the jungle of Cameroon. We are defiling every stereotype about how Africans or Blacks don’t enjoy daring adventures style of travel. Among the first climbers to get to the summit…
18 Apr 2019
When travelling, my rule on new snacks or food is simple. I call it “the one bite rule”. You take a bite and if it tastes good enough another bite, or else it’s a goodbye. Foods are the soul into a people’s culture, and you shouldn’t avoid a new meal when you travel. Every traveller…
12 Feb 2019
Imagine yourself paddling a kayak towards an island through the dense belly of the Lake Volta. Diving into a warm lake at midnight and glancing at the beautiful studded stars? If any of these wild trips sound like a great way to spend your holiday, then adventure travel may be for you. Here is a…
12 Nov 2018
Kabu Kabu! The origin of the name Kabu Kabu -those dodgy taxis operating cheaply in most parts of Nigeria might have been culled from repeatedly saying “cab cab” in the pidgin language. Although not all cabs are yellow — London’s iconic ones are decidedly black — but the distinctive colour yellow is a classic for…
1 Oct 2018
Nigeria has many natural landmarks and wildlife reserves. Many of these places are sure to leave visitors breathing hard with suspense and excitement. Here are some hidden gems Nigeria has to offer: Ogba Ukwu Caves and Waterfalls, Anambra State Considered the largest cave in West Africa, it forms a deep and complex rock formation with…
3 Sep 2018
A city shows itself at night. For some of us, a walk around a city is the best way to experience it, and the best time for such a walk is in the evening. The nightlife of Lagos Island is beautiful and more imaginative than you know. Around 6:30 pm, when the sun had begun…
12 Aug 2018
Jebba which means "water is flowing here" is a city divided between two states: Kwara and Niger. Northern Jebba is regarded as the historical and ancient Jebba. But the city is hardly regarded as a popular tourist destination in Nigeria. Upon arriving at the bank of River Niger in ancient Jebba North, we met little…

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Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo has warned Officers and Ratings under his watch to stay away from partisan politics and desist from unprofessional conduct that damaged the image of the Nigerian Navy during the 2023 elections.
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