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Five lessons from Mark Zuckerberg’s visit to Nigeria

The visit of Facebook’s CEO,  Mark Zuckerberg , to Nigeria has created so much buzz around the country and even the world. Nigerians have posted so many memes and comments on the social media, and we have kept our ears on the ground. Read on to discover 5 lessons we have learned from the legendary visit.

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5 great things to do in Lagos on a Sunday

Sunday is the favourite day of the week for most people in Lagos. Not only does it fall in the weekend, it dawns with a sort of “chill” vibe that most of the locals in the city relish. A number of visitors to the city who experience the hustle and bustle around town on weekdays tend to find Sundays in …

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6 things to do when you are alone in Benin City

Feeling lonely in Benin City? Do not be! Once in a while, it is nice to stop and take a moment of time. There are actually a number of ways to have fun all by yourself without feeling like a loser. You can pick from  some of these activities you can do on your own in the city.

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Five Reasons Epe Should Be Your Next Holiday Destination

Epe, one of the Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Lagos State, is slowly becoming a popular choice residential destination for Lagosians, especially those who would like to share proximity with the Lekki Peninsula. It is indeed striking to see increase in the number of Nigerians moving to settle in Epe even though they are not natives of the town.

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How to spot a Nigerian on an international flight

Nigerians are unique in every way. While the country itself is divided into over 36 states and there are numerous tribes and ethnic groups, there are some attributes that they all seem to share and some quirks that point them out wherever they go or in the way they react to certain things. Also, as inquisitive and boisterous people, Nigerians …

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Debating ‘Slum Tourism’

A type of tourism that has for blue moon remained controversial in relation to its motive, Slum Tourism continues to gain popularity across the world, including in some African countries such as Kenya and South Africa. This kind of tourism involves tourists visiting poverty stricken urban areas, hereby referred to as slums, to experience firsthand the lives and experiences of …

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A snapshot of business ideas you can venture in the hospitality industry

The roaring rate of unemployment in Africa, with South Africa alone recording a stubborn increase from 24.5% to 26.7% in the first quarter of 2016, is raising an alarm over the future of the influx of graduates entering the job market every year. Companies are increasingly laying off employees due to seasonal economic fluctuations, a factor experts highly attribute to …

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