Sunday, May 26, 2019
A keen observer of the fashion industry will agree with me that the Nigerian fashion industry is becoming increasingly active. That’s why we saw some awesome latest Nigerian fashion styles. Ebuka’s Agbada at Banky W’s traditional wedding and Masterkraft’s flawless...
The marriage process in indigenous Yoruba land starts right after a young man has made a choice of a maiden he desires. His parents’ appoints an ‘Alarina’ that is a middleman who starts the marriage process formally by inquiring...

Marriage

CATCH THEM WHILE THEY ARE YOUNG BUT MARRY THEM WHEN THEY ARE RIPE The marriage of Regina Daniels to Prof. Ned Nwoko is all over the social media and blogs, this brought back an age-old question I have always asked...
The Igbos (also known as Ibos) are from the eastern region of Nigeria, and the traditional marriage rite in this part of the counrty is usually very festive and colourful. In many parts of the world, a marriage ceremony is mainly an...
Taking  a wife in hausa land usually begins with what is known as ”Na gani ina” meaning , i like what i see . At this stage the grooms family and friends accompany the groom to visit the family...

Argungu Fishing Festival

  The Argungu Fishing Festival or Argungu Danc Festival is an annual four-day festival in the state of Kebbi, in the north-western part of Northern Nigeria. The region is made up of fertile river areas (matanfada, mala, gamji), with much irrigation and orchards (lambu in...

Durbar festival

A Durbar festival is an annual festival celebrated in several cities of Nigeria. This festival marks the end of Ramadan and is also shared with eid el Kabir and eid el Fitri, Muslim holidays. It begins with prayers,...
The headwrap has been around for decades and has recently come back with a BANG! Called the Doek, Gele, Dhuku and Tuku in different parts of Africa – it was worn by royalty. It symbolizes a crown...
Situated in the eastern part of the river Niger and Benue confluence, and also extending across the Niger in Lokoja, Kogi state of Nigeria, lies the homeland of the Igala people. The ruling figure of the Igala ethnic group is...
Akwa isi agụ (the Isiagu Attire) is the clothing fabric patterned with motifs of the face of a fierce-looking Lion. Some designs show a less fierce-looking face sandwiched by cow horn. Since 50 to 60 years ago, Igbos have managed...
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