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FADAN Runway 2015

Runway FADAN 2015 is a fashion show aimed at encouraging young and emerging designers as well as to promote Nigeria’s culture through fashion and style.

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Domestic Tourism

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 utili...

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Yusuf Grillo

Yusuf Grillo is a contemporary Nigerian artist known for his inventive works and the prominence of the color blue in many of his paintings

Aboko Festival

The Aboko festival is an annual event of the Igala people in Idah, It's one of the flagship festival in Igala land, featuring Boat Regatta and traditional performances from locals.

Uganda

This episode features Bujugali falls, the source of the Nile River and UWEC, Ugandan Wildlife education Center, a tourism expose on Ugandan tourism potential.

DASS

A curious community in the Sahara region Bauchi state celebrates a religious festival, while Nneka and Metche visits the royal vault that has been locked up for decades. DASS is an intriguing episode ...

Africa Fashion Reception

Bayelsa state, Nigeria hosts the first Africa Fashion Reception show. The event features parades from over a hundred models and fashion designers from all over the world. Bayelsa has also welcomed num...

Untapped Sao Tome

Many call it beautiful, breath-taking, exciting island but we call it the Untapped Resources of Africa with good potential for investment in agriculture and tourism.

Sao Tome

We spot light the beautiful island of Sao Tome as an emerging tour destination hot spot. It reveals this enchanting island in the Atlantic for fun seekers, pleasure lovers and adventurers to take adva...

Voodoo

The Voodoo (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...

Ikogosi

This episode features the warm spring of Ikogosi in Ekiti State Nigeria. Goge Africa was present at the commissioning of the wonderful warm spring resort.

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African Fashion Week

African Fashion Week 2015 is a visible platform for the discovery of new talent, emerging and accomplished designers showcasing exquisite collections. Goge Africa lenses caught up with this fashion ex...

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Ogun Festival

Ogun festival is a big celebration, as the traditional Yoruba god of iron is being honored.

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PAN African Film Festival (PAFF) Los Angeles 2015

A refreshing angle to the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) In Los Angeles; a close encounter with Ayuko Babu the founder of the festival, and exciting interviews with Isaiah Washington and Nollywood b...

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Wrapper Tying Ceremony

Wrapper tying ceremony is a celebration of womanhood. Watch Goge Africa presenters as they make their way to the Island of Opobo where they x-ray this age long practice of the riverine communities Sou...

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Iguaro Festival 2015

Iguaro is one of the most significant event in Igbo cultural calendar. It is a thanks giving ceremony that celebrates the past year while ushering and reeling out cultural calendar and expectations fo...

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Queen Ahneva Fashion

From the spotlights of Hollywood to the exotic beaches of West Africa, we present Queen Ahneva’s Wearable Art Collection. And on Sights and Sounds segment, we x-ray unusual African dances from the hin...

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FADAN MART

As African fashion takes center stage, Fashion Designers Association of Nigeria (FADAN) utilize FADAN MART as a platform to showcase creativity & network with buyers and industry players.

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Akwaaba

This episode features an international travel market and exhibition, where hospitality and travel professionals converge to network and develop travel destinations while the sea goddess oloku festival...

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African Women

African Women features Enugwu Ukwu women in a rare exhibition of culture, drama and philanthropy.

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