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    Ohueje Ohinuoyi

    The Ohueje Ohinuoyi of Ebiraland is a spectacular celebration of culture and heritage. A festivity reconnecting kinship, the 6th edition of the festival spotlights the itinochi textile material, a product of the cottage industry of weaving and a timeless heritage of the Ebira people. More

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    Goge Africa and Partners to Launch Destination West Africa Project

    Intra Africa travel and tourism has had its challenges bordering from lack of awareness of its destinations, to barriers that impede air travel. This has further been exacerbated in a post pandemic era. Having identified the gaps in domesticating Intra-Africa tourism, Goge Africa and it’s partners have come together to launch the Destination West Africa […] More

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    Benin Bronze, ‘Okukor’ Returned To Homeland

    Over a century ago, the Benin kingdom was a victim of colonial plundering. Many of its finely crafted ingenious artworks, plundered and exported illegally out of Africa. Apart from the Benin kingdom, many other African kingdoms, were victims of colonial heritage, a point in history markedly visited by forced migration of its heritage. With the […] More

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    Goge Couple Celebrate 24th Anniversary In Grand Style

    It was an afternoon of nostalgic memories, recollections and emotions as the Goge Africa Couple, Isaac and Nneka, celebrated the challenges they overcame in 24 years of their union and 22 years as business partners at the prestigious Eko Hotels and Suites. In a society where the institution of marriage is constantly challenged, the couple, […] More

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    Goge Africa Advocates for Water Transport on the Event of the World Tourism Day, 2021

    As the world gradually recover from the effects of the pandemic on the tourism industry, the World Tourism Day usually celebrated on September 27 is an opportunity for tourism practitioners and enthusiasts to foster awareness on social, cultural, political and economic value of tourism. The 2021 edition of the event, organized by Goge Africa Travel […] More

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    Lagos State Celebrates Iconic Tourism Brands

    Lagos State Government, through the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture recently unveiled the reviewed Tourism Masterplan and policies of the state in the presence of tourism stakeholders, tourism friendly brands and a cross section of the media. One of the high points of the event was the recognition of iconic tourism brands and individuals […] More

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    Travel Tips During Ramadan

    The sight of the crescent moon draws Muslim faithful across the world in a union of faith, the Ramadan. This period calls for fasting accompanied by holiness. Traveling to a region populated by Islamic faithful at the time of this religious observance is a new experience. Therefore, it calls for preparation and knowledge of practices […] More

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    Goge Africa’s Nneka Isaac Moses Honoured at the Eko Star Film & TV Awards

    It was an evening of glitz capped with rolls of honours as the Centre of Excellence, Lagos, stood still in celebration of female creatives in the Nigerian film industry. These creative pioneers were awarded for their spectacular influence in promoting and driving the Nigerian narratives through the screens. Among the awardees was Goge Africa’s MD, […] More

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    The Legendary Zaouli Masquerade That Celebrates Feminine Beauty

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    Masquerading is an intrinsic part of African tradition. For some African communities, masquerades are symbolic to them as ancestors. For others, they are only entertainment mediums. While others are highly revered, only coming out in the public during ceremonies of high repute. One clear thing is that these masquerades add colours, prestige and a large […] More

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    Jukanoo: The Bahamas National Festival Of African Roots

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      The Yuletide is a period set aside in several parts of the world for merriment. For the Bahamians, the New Year highlights the Jukanoo Festival. Originally an assertion of identity, today, this festival is a national event, attracting connecting nationals with their cultural heritage and attracting tourists from all over. Junkanoo festival is an […] More

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    How the Yoruba Talking Drum Preserve History

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    Music is an entertaining aspect of societies. Accompanied by musical instruments, lyrics are spiced to meet different tones, moods and appeal. In most parts of Africa and the Caribbean, drum transcends beyond just a musical instrument, but has formed the nucleus of their social-cultural lives. Revolving around spiritual, social and cultural aspects of African societies, […] More

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