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    Opobo Celebrates 150 Years of History

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    It’s celebration time as the historic kingdom of Opobo, roll out the drums to the cheers of 150 years of its existence. Anyone who is abreast with history must have read on Opobo, a kingdom whose name is closely associated with its founder, the great King Jaja. Occupying the Island of River Opobo in present-day […] More

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    Bayelsa State Emerge Overall Winner of NAFEST 2020, Ekiti to Host Next Edition

    Nigeria is proudly the cultural capital of the world. And in celebration of her many unique cultures, NAFEST (National Festival for Arts and Culture), has been the platform where all states of the country, converge to showcase her rich cultural assets. It was an assemblage of Nigerian culture at the NAFEST 2020 edition. All in […] More

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    Goge Africa’s Amb. Isaac and Nneka Moses, Inducted into Yoruba Youth Assembly Hall of Fame

    The renaissance of African culture through the media is at the heart of what Goge Africa does. On Tuesday, 3rd October, 2020, delegates of the Yoruba Youth Assembly were at Goge Africa’s corporate office to induct Ambassadors – Isaac and Nneka Moses, into the Pan-Yoruba group Hall of Fame. An aggregation of all youth-centered Yoruba […] More

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    Olili Onwa Isaa

    The ancient town of Aguleri, located on the plains of the Anambra valley, overlooking Ezu na Omabala (Ezu and Anambra Rivers), is notably the bedrock of the Igbo tribe. Asides its historic significance to the Igbos – the home of their progenitor, Eri – their festivals are pillars upon which the society has continued to sustain its culture. More

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    Homowo Festival: A Union of the Living and their Ancestors

    Festivals in traditional African communities are filled with lots of funfair. Mostly organized according to traditional calendars, they have over the years served as a means of bonding and reinforcing communal living, fostering kinship relations and camaraderie among friends. Notwithstanding the influence of Westernization penetrating African societies, the practice of festival gathering has remained, drawing […] More

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    Badagry: An Interaction With Nature and History

    Located in the bustling city of Lagos, the coastal town of Badagry is a shift away from the ostentatious show that Lagos presents. Occupying the fringes of the border between Nigeria and Benin Republic, this historical town is predominantly occupied by the Egun people, and has attained the status of Nigeria’s choicest tourism destination. Notable […] More

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    NCAC Adopts Innovative Cultural Tour

    The recent disruption of economic activities occasioned by the global pandemic; Covid-19, has accelerated the swift adoption of virtual technology. Stakeholders in the travel and tourism industry have been consistent towards proffering innovative solutions geared towards combating the effects of travel restrictions while adapting to the new reality.In a recent development, the National Council for […] More

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