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By: Arosanyin O. Oluwabukola
The way out for Nigeria
A bulk of Nigeria’s untapped resources lies in her diverse and rich cultural heritage. Tourism plays a vital role in harnessing these resources. This episode elucidates on how and why we need to utilize our natural tourist attractions. Watch out also for the ingenious innovation of a story-telling bedside lamp by James Olloh.
The Vodun festival is celebrated every 10th of January each year. It is a celebration of the deities. Worshipers troop to Ouidah, Republic of Benin from all over the world, to be part of this unique festival. Isaac and Nneka witnessed it first hand and share the experience
Senegal has been held up as one of Africa’s model democracies. It has an established multi-party system and a tradition of civilian rule. Although poverty is widespread and unemployment is high, the country has one of the region’s more stable economies. For the Senegalese, political participation and peaceful leadership changes are not new. Even…