Omodoko is another Princess from Idah who is believed to have sacrificed her life for the safety of her people. This is a story about a brave Princess, a river and some uneatable breed of fish. Many of the accounts of historical events in Nigeria are told orally and passed down through generations. For this […]Read More
Hausa language is a Chadic language, which is a branch of the Afroasiatic language family and is spoken as a first language by no fewer than 35 million people, and a second language by at least 41 million people. Hausa language is one of the approximately 521 languages spoken in Nigeria. It is the mother […]Read More
According to oral tradition, the present-day Etsako people were once integral to the Benin Kingdom. There are many tribes in the southern part of Nigeria who owe their origin to the Great Benin Kingdom, the Etsako people is one of them. But sometime around the 15th century, angered and disgruntled with the monarchy of the […]Read More
And needless to say, it is perfect for those who crave the quietness of solitude, picnics, a get-together with friends and family time out. There are places in our world that reminds us of life’s beauty amidst the ugliness of man, Agodi Gardens is one of them. Located in the city of brown roofs, Agodi […]Read More
Before modernisation took over, various ethnic groups in Nigeria had their special facial markings peculiar to the tribe. From Yoruba to Igbo to Hausa, here are the tribal marks of the Nigerian people and what they mean. Tribal marks served different purposes in different tribes including: identification, healing, spiritual protection and for beautification. However, with […]Read More
Ladi Kwali left behind a legacy of creativity and artworks that blended traditional African and Western pottery. Do you know about the woman on the 20 naira note? Dr. Hadiza Ladi Kwali was born in 1925, in the village of Kwali in the Gwari region of Northern Nigeria. There, pottery was a common occupation among women […]Read More
Like most States in Nigeria that were created out of political necessity, Plateau is a conglomerate of different cultures and customs. Plateau state was carved out by the colonial masters in 1926. It has about 40 ethnic groups, with different languages, customs, and traditions. Here is an excerpt from the official state website “Plateau state […]Read More
Know all about the people of the thriving tourism site that attracts people from all over the world. Badagry is a coastal town and local government area in Lagos State, Nigeria. The coastal town of Badagry, traditionally known as Gbagle, is situated between the city of Lagos, and the border with Benin Republic at Seme. […]Read More
Late Pa Alphaeus Taiwo Olunaike, popularly known as Alajo Somolu, was so famous for his ingenuity in thrift collection that many thought he was a Yoruba myth. Nigeria’s most famous thrift collector, Alajo Somolu, was a man of folkloric popularity, that his story and reputation made it into Yoruba literary genre and music. Ori mi […]Read More
Osogbo is a beautiful city and a great place to visit. The hustle and bustle of Lagos and other cities can be overwhelming at times, but Osogbo will show you what true peace is like. If you’re thinking of what this city has to offer, here are five amazing things you can do in Osogbo: […]Read More
From hills to caves, rocks, oceans, streams, rivers and waterfalls, Nigeria is blessed with some of nature’s finest works of art. Waterfalls are torrents of water that fall from a high level whenever a river or steam rushes over a cliff or a high inclination. Here are some fascinating waterfalls in Nigeria you need to […]Read More
27 April is known as Freedom Day. A day which commemorates South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994 – when Nelson Mandela became the president of the new South Africa. Before and after this historic day, filmmakers have sought to bring the great man and his history to the screen. To play the part, the […]Read More
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