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Stories and Tips Nigeria

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Water in the Desert

Written by ezrab on 18 Jun, 2005

About 200km northeast of Kano (good roads and a 2- to 3-hour drive), close to the border of Niger, you will find the Hadejia-Nguru Wetlands. When you drive along the road from Hadejia to Nguru, you suddenly find yourself driving through marshes, reed, and pools.…Read More

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Experience Culture Celebrate Life

Written by pamperrazzitravel on 30 Aug, 2008

This event is the highlight of the city’s cultural calendar and undoubtedly a vital, unique and incomparable experience as residents and tourists are provided with the opportunity to view and appreciate Nigeria as an ever-evolving country rich in diversity, art, culture and tradition.The annual event…Read More

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history of Ekit State

Written by atinuke on 01 Dec, 2007

Ekiti State of Nigeria was created on 1st October, 1996 along side other five by the late Head of state and Commander-in-Chief of Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Sani Abacha, GCON in a nation-wide broadcast to mark the 36th Independence anniversary…Read More

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Church Origins

Written by minky on 21 Jan, 2002

The church began several years ago as a small congregation but has rapidly grown now. The original church was situated on the edge of the tropical forest and swamp area on the outskirts of Lagos. This area is now a base for prayer and meditation…Read More

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Barrenness Bannished

Written by minky on 21 Jan, 2002

Hearing the testimonies in the Synagogue Church of once barren women giving thanksgiving to God for the birth of their babies. During the service there is much joy over this and the western visitors are allowed to hold the babies and dance for joy with…Read More

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