Colourful Carnival Calabar continue waxing stronger despite two years of Covid 19 break

Carnival Calabar has continued to wax stronger, wins acclaims and has remained the people ultimate street party despite the two years Covid 19 break. Based on its level of acceptance and love by the people, the carnival has remained one of the most enduring products that will never die no matter the situation. The 2022 edition with the theme, Agro industrialisation had so much to offer from the beautiful dance steps and costumes, acrobatic displays, interpretation of the theme, to the international flavours adding colours and cultures. Calabar was electrified…

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NIHOTOUR trains 250 youths, women in soap making production through STEP Programme

NIHOTOUR’s Sustainable Tourism Entrepreneurship Programme (STEP) recently trained 250 displaced Youths, indigent and widowed Women in the science, craft and business management of liquid and bar soap making. The life-transforming and economically uplifting hands-on trainings of the indigent Nigerians held between December 21st to 23rd 2022, in ten towns across Nigeria’s six-geopolitical zones. The 250 trainees were selected from tourist host communities in Nigeria – where there are internally displaced peoples (IDPs) camps and other leading care-giving organisations that provide welfare services. The selected youths and women went through 2-day…

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Igbeti, Igboho: where Cows brings Pains and Sorrow

Photo Caption: Alapata of Igboho Land, Oba Joel Olalere Olawuwu By Frank Meke OYO west, is a land of milk and honey. Its pristine environment and forests ecosystems are a great source of empirical study of a rich biosphere space, that could stand Nigeria heads up in carbon financing and investment. These areas also houses one of Nigeria’s oldest national parks, Old OYO National Park, a united Nation Educational and scientific cultural Organisation (unesco) site, particularly the ruins of oldest Yoruba empire, the OYO Empire. Ever heard of sango, the…

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