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Did you Know? 8 Plantain Food Products

Plantains are the less sweet, starchier equivalent of banana. They are rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals. Plantains are a staple food in most...

Did You Know? The Ishan Cotton of Edo State

The history of Nigeria’s pre-colonial societies isn’t just about conquerors, treaties, and mass movements. It’s also about ordinary communities living off their commerce and...

Farm4me, Nigeria’s Online Farm Equipment Rental Service

Although agriculture is not as widely accepted and invested into like crude oil, many Nigerians have created a platform for themselves to invest the little they have to support this growing sector of the economy. Over the last decade, the infusion of technology in agriculture has made it more accepted and easily accessible to the digital generation who are still involved in white collar jobs but believe in providing resource for people, usually in the rural communities, to expand their production process.

Did you Know? 6 Meals You can Prepare from Garri

In the world of food, this is no different. Most of the recipes we enjoy today are a product of other people’s curiosity. Think about it. If people had stuck firmly to the as it was in the beginning rule, our menu would consist primarily of fruits and roasted meat. So, before I share the six meals one can prepare from garri with you, I must acknowledge the legends of the food world, the people (known and unknown), who we owe the different recipes we use today.  

02/02/2020: The World witnesses a Palindromic Day

Did You know that a palindrome is a word, number or phrase that reads the same way backwards and forward. Words such as deified,...

Arabelle’s Bakery, The Canadian Bakery that Makes Agege Bread

It’s not a surprise that the said bakery is run by Nigerian. Bryan and Temi Akindipe, a couple whose earlier lives were lived in Lagos, has brought a bit of their home country’s culinary specialties to Canada. And from the look of things, they aren’t doing badly at it.

Five Interesting Facts To Know About Nigeria

This article obviously cannot furnish one with all the interesting facts about Nigeria. This is not even an attempt to do that, but rather,...

Did You Know that Augustine Jay Jay Okocha has a Turkish Citizenship?

Augustine Azuka “Jay-Jay” Okocha born 14 August 1973 is a Nigerian former professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. Though Okocha is from...

Oxford English Dictionary Admits 29 Nigerian Words

Oxford English Dictionary (OED) has admitted 29 Nigerian words and expressions in their January 2020 update. This announcement was made public on Tuesday, January...

Did You Know? Stutern Is Tackling Youth Unemployment Through Tuition Based Training

It has been proven that there are different kinds of learners: the visual learner, auditory learner and the kinesthetic learner. The visual learners are those who understand and learn better when knowledge is presented in a visual manner like charts, infographics, videos and pictures. The auditory learner, on the other hand, learns better when information is presented in an auditory manner. This means that the words are clear, sharp and appealing to them while also keeping their attention on what is being said. Lastly, the kinesthetic learner is one who learns better through hands-on-methods like experiments, adventures and practical application of knowledge. Usually, we are a combination of two of these methods although, for most, one of the methods stands out more than the others.

Did you Know? 7 Popular Street Foods in Northern Nigeria

Today’s topic takes us to Northern Nigeria, a region blessed with rich human and agricultural resources. Nigeria’s food history would be incomplete if the contributions of this region are not documented for Northern Nigeria has furnished the country with a number of delicacies. Our discussion today centers on street foods and Northern Nigeria has quite an interesting collection. Our research revealed that the seven popular street foods in the region are:

Social Media Accounts To Follow: 4 Nigerian Music Managers You Should Know

Here are 4 outstanding Nigerian music managers who have impacted the music industry in one way or the other.

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Akure

Akure is the capital of Ondo State and Ondo State has quite a few attractions for tourists including the Idanre Hills and Idanre Forest,...

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Lafia

Lafia is the capital of Nasarawa State in North central Nigeria and, like other towns in country, it does have hotels and relaxation spots....

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Lokoja

The Confluence Town, as Lokoja is known, being that the River Niger and River Benue meet there. The town has a long modern history...

Did You Know? Why SIWES Was Introduced In Nigeria

Almost every Nigerian students (if not all) at the tertiary level of learning must have heard of the acronym – SIWES (Students Industrial Work...

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Abakaliki

Abakaliki is the capital of Ebonyi State and the city has recently undergone a face lift under the administration of the present Ebonyi State...

Did You Know? How the Frozen Fish Business Began in Nigeria

Today, there are literally thousands of outlets selling frozen fish across the country. It’s now hard to understand why the idea seemed a joke to people all those years ago. This change has happened for the most part because of a single person’s efforts. His decision to press on with an unpopular venture has spawned what is now a multi-billion naira niche.

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Jos

Jos is mostly known to most Nigerians for being very cold, and the geography of the region it lies in contributes a lot to...

Did You Know Two Nigerian AI Engineers Built The First World’s First Pidgin-To-English Translation Model?

Every day individuals go about their daily activities in the bid to make things easier and this is the core of what software engineers...

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Calabar

The city of Calabar has many attractions for visitors and tourists especially in the festive period. For one thing, the Christmas Carnival is a...

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Asaba

Asaba is the capital of Delta State in the south of Nigeria. The city has a rich history and culture as it has been...

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Abeokuta

When you hear Abeokuta, the first thing you’d probably think of is Olumo Rock (the city practically sprouted of rocky formations on the banks...

Helpful Little Articles: Hotels in Awka

The city of Awka is rather inconspicuous in the consciousness of the average Nigerian and it is not hard to see why. It is...

Do You Know That The Nigerian College Of Aviation Technology Is The Largest in Africa

Formerly known as the Nigerian Civil Aviation Training Centre, The Nigerian College of Aviation Technology is a higher education institute in Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. It is funded by the Civil Aviation Department in the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Aviation and is regarded as the largest college of aviation in Africa.

Helpful Little Articles: 5 Affordable Daycares in Port Harcourt

Daycare centres are a new age necessity and for this reason, we will be running down some daycare centres in Port Harcourt City and...

Helpful Little Articles: 5 schools with British curriculum in Abuja

It is true that as far as the Commonwealth is concerned, the British and American curriculums are highly regarded and widely approved by most...

Did You Know? 6 Agricultural Products of Ekiti State

Ekiti State is located in the southwestern geopolitical zone of Nigeria. The state is in the rainforest belt with a temperature range of 21°c...

Did You Know? The History of Agege Bread Production

Some say it’s most delicious when it’s just out of the oven. The aroma, coupled with its soft and succulent interior, makes it a treat in that state. Others prefer consuming it along with oily dishes like the ewa agoyin, or one of several local cereal preparations.

Did You Know That Okada Air Was The First Private Commercial Airline Carrier In Nigeria?

Okada Air was an airline based in Benin City, Nigeria. The carrier was established in 1983 with a fleet of BAC-One Eleven 300s and started charter operations in September the same year. In 1984, a Boeing 707-355C was acquired for cargo operations. By 1990, ten BAC One-Elevens were bought, and eight more were acquired in 1991. The company was granted the right of operating international flights in 1992.

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