Her beauty is a sight to behold, and her diverse children share a common dedication. Today's prompt is a task to market your country as a tourism ambassador. Day 17: Nigeria is one of the 16 countries that make up West Africa. With over 250 ethnic groups and languages, the country is home to over … Continue reading My Country, Nigeria.
My Easter holiday lasted about a month, I was so eager to spend time with loved ones, so I finished what I had to do in Niger state in order to head to Lagos. I had an amazing time I must say. Highlights of my holiday 1. A fun outing with my niblings💛 2. I … Continue reading Good to be back🌼
I have been living here in Wawa for a few months and I decided to explore Kigera camp also known as Oli camp.Oli camp is the main section of the Kainji lake national park where wildlife and Flora is preserved and conserved. It is inhabited by many large mammals such as baboons, duikers and of … Continue reading KIGERA BASE CAMP
The first time I really heard about "fura da nunu" was in one of Tekno's lyrics. He goes "My love is furadinunu, my love is karate kongo.....".I don't know what the hell is "karate kongo" but let's focus on furadinunu. So I had my first taste of this goodness in orientation camp. And I have … Continue reading KARATE KONGO
Lagos city is where we all want to be, doing what we all love to do. However, when the holidays come along, we all cherish it as a time to break away from all the traffic, fumes and deafening noises in the city. Some people may decide to spend their holiday abroad, others indoors and … Continue reading The Countryside
Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving across water. It is distinguished from canoeing by the sitting position of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle. Kayaking is a cool, fun and relaxing outdoor activity to do in Lagos. There are many people who explore kayaking as a sporting or … Continue reading Kayaking in Lagos