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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...
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...
The Muslim annual Eid-el Kabir celebration in Ijebu land, Ogun State, South-West Nigeria, comes with the colorful and spectacular "Ojude-Oba" festival. The festival sees the gathering of natives of Ijebu land at the palace of the Awujale, the paramount ruler...
Apart from the fact that ‘BringBackOurGirls’ campaign has made the name ‘Chibok’ known to almost every being in Nigeria and other countries, there are a lot of interesting facts about the name Chibok that many need to know. Below...
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