OKOHO: No Soup Tastes Better for the Idoma People of Benue State
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OKOHO: No Soup Tastes Better for the Idoma People of Benue State

Okoho is the main traditional food peculiar to the Idoma people of Benue State , Central Nigeria. It is made from the plant Cissus populnea belonging to the family Amplidaceae (Vitaceae ). It is a soup made from the Okoho stick which is very slimy after preparation. It is usually prepared with bush meat (such...

YOUR PERFECT EXPERIENCE AT HAMDALA HOTEL, KADUNA
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YOUR PERFECT EXPERIENCE AT HAMDALA HOTEL, KADUNA

Hamdala Hotel is located in the central area of Kaduna city, about 45 minutes drive from Kaduna International Airport and about five minutes drive from the city center. The Hotel is within a serene environment with a standard golf course field adjacent to it Established by the Sardauna of Sokoto, Late Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello...

UKODO: The Best Meal of the Urhobo People of Nigeria
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UKODO: The Best Meal of the Urhobo People of Nigeria

Food in Nigeria is one aspect of her culture that is held at high estime. Ukodo is a yam and unripe plantain dish of the Urhobo people of Nigeria. The Itsekiri people of the Niger Delta also make a similar dish called Epuru. It is essentially a pottage, a stew of meat and vegetable with...

The Exclusive Accomodation at Golden Royale Hotel, Enugu
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The Exclusive Accomodation at Golden Royale Hotel, Enugu

Golden Royale Hotel, formerly known as Tulip Enugu, is an 88-room 4-star hotel offering great hotel services for the discerning business traveller. Situated in the heart of the “coal city” and the political capital of Eastern Nigeria, Enugu, Golden Royale Hotel’s urban location makes the hotel the ideal location for business as well as leisure...

TUWO SERVED WITH VEGETABLE, THE PERFECT NORTHERN CUISINE
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TUWO SERVED WITH VEGETABLE, THE PERFECT NORTHERN CUISINE

Hausa cuisines are traditional and modern food prepared by Hausa people, it is base on the availability of raw food materials they can farm or provide from other places, in most time Hausa people depends purely on the farm product that they have cultivated, to be used for food preparations. Hausa people have a meal...

THE SWEET TASTE OF IGBO TRADITIONAL FOOD, “ABACHA”
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THE SWEET TASTE OF IGBO TRADITIONAL FOOD, “ABACHA”

Enjoying Nigeria local cuisine is a must do for every visitor. Each state is well known for their particular traditional food which any visitor must not fail to enjoy and experience. This article is meant to be a food guide for travellers within Nigeria who intends to visit Enugu state. Their native food is essential...

THE PERFECT SPOT AT FARIN RUWA FALLS, NASARAWA STATE
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THE PERFECT SPOT AT FARIN RUWA FALLS, NASARAWA STATE

Farin Ruwa Falls is a waterfall found in the central region of Nigeria . It is among the highest waterfalls in Nigeria. It is significant among Africa’s falls when the total height covered by the waterfall is considered. The source of Farin Ruwa falls is found on the Nasarawa State , from whence it gushes...

OWERRI: The Beautiful Heart of Igboland
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OWERRI: The Beautiful Heart of Igboland

Most travelers tend to visit major cities like Lagos, Abuja, or Port Harcourt when visiting Nigeria and those destinations are popular for very good reasons. The popularity of these widely held locations, however, tends to make the places feel touristy and that is not attractive to the class of travelers who like to branch out...

The Mythology Behind the Great Kwa River
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The Mythology Behind the Great Kwa River

The Great Kwa River (also called Kwa Ibo River or Kwa River) flows through Cross River State, Nigeria, draining the east side of the city of Calabar. The river ecology is under threat from human activity. Location The river originates in the Oban Hills, in the Cross River National Park, and flows southwards to the...

The Beautiful History of the Durbar Festival
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The Beautiful History of the Durbar Festival

The Durbar festival is an annual religious and equestrian celebration in several cities of Nigeria including Kano, Katsina, Sokoto, Zazzau and Bida. The festival marks the end of Ramadan and also coincides with the Muslim festivities of Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitri.  It begins with prayers, followed by a colourful parade of the Emir and...

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