N20 is the oldest currency denomination and Nigerians have been using it for 41 years. One thousand Naira is currently the biggest currency denominations Nigerian currency but N20 is the father of them all. The history of paper money in Nigeria started with the introduction N20 note in 1977. Before then, Nigerians only relied on […]Read More
In case you don’t know the faces on the redesigned naira, we are here to give a little history lesson. These notes are essentially the same as the former ones, the major difference is the hue and saturation, but do you know the heroes’ past on these naira notes? N200 – Ahmadu Ibrahim Bello He […]Read More
Chieftains differ from community to community in Yoruba land and are selected based on the traditions of each community. The title ‘Chief,’ ‘Oyè’ in Yoruba, is given to town heads, leaders of cults, and heads of lineages. The importance of Chiefs in the community cannot be undermined, and they perform several vital functions that vary […]Read More
There are over 3,000 tribes in Africa, each with diverse cultures and histories. And each of them deserves to be recognized and appreciated. Here are 3 of the smallest tribes in Africa. 1) Karamojong Three hundred and seventy thousand members of the Karamojong Tribe reside in northern Uganda. Studies indicate that the Karamojong people moved […]Read More
Imagine spending all your day swimming in the sea, how would you survive? The Bajau people are estimated to be one million, and they are spread out across the southern Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia even though they do not have a citizenship. They live in houseboats, moving across the South East Asian waterways from place […]Read More
Slave trade was quite a big deal in the 16th to 19th century. It is estimated that over 12 million Africans were shipped across the Atlantic over a span of 400 years. This dark period might be over, but there are museums that remind us of all that happened. Here are 5 slave museums around […]Read More
Nigeria has got a good number of cultural practises such as witch hunting, female circumcision and a bunch of others which seem weird. Every tribe and nation are bound by certain cultural practises and traditions and Nigeria is not an exception. Certain tribes in the country, however, have what one can refer to as weird, […]Read More
Tradition doesn’t recognize the modern kind of proposal where the man gets down on one knee and proposes to his girlfriend. In Nigerian weddings, marriage is very important in Igbo (Ibo) culture and the traditional rites attached to the union aren’t taken lightly by families involved. Traditional marriages of these people from the south-east part […]Read More
Humans were not the only ones transported during this era, there were also items transported that now reside in some notable museums around the world. In the 17th and 18th century, slave trade was in full effect. During this period, the Portuguese, Dutch and British, established a profitable trade in gold and slaves in West […]Read More
In case you don’t know, a countless number of animals are being pushed to the edge of extinction thanks to the rising human population, climate change, habitat destruction, hunting and over-exploitation of wildlife. Scientists estimate that species have been disappearing at nearly 1,000 times the natural rate, meaning we are losing around 150-200 species every single […]Read More
Solar eclipse is a spectacular celestial event Solar eclipse is a celestial event which occurs when the Sun, the Moon and the Earth align linearly. The celestial bodies either line up in a straight line or in a somewhat straight line. NASA definition: A solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between the Sun and […]Read More
The famous wall of China is an old series of fortifications and walls divided into 15 regions. All these regions situated in the northern part of China. The ancient architectural structure was built over 500 years and it is estimated to be about 21,000 kilometres long which spans from the east seaside to the west […]Read More
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