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Category: Nigeria

10 Bureau De Change Offices in Abuja


Bureaus De Change is the place you can change money from one currency to another. Commonly in Nigeria, it’s where people go to buy or sell the dollars their relatives sent from “the abroad.”

You’ll get a list of 10 Bureau De Change in Abuja.


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7 Reputable Websites to Read Daily News in Nigeria


Would you like to know where to get daily news, especially headlines, in Nigeria?

I am here to help you, as I have gathered 7 reputable websites for you to read news in Nigeria.

Note: There’s a post on the blog that talks about daily newspapers and their websites, go here to read it.

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10 Nigerian Daily Newspapers and Their Websites



Newspapers provides daily news. It’s the major source of most news, ranging from politics and national issues to events to sports and so on.

Newspaper companies are robust and are everywhere everyday and at every time to gather news.

In this post, I’ll list 10 Nigerian daily newspapers and their websites. You can …

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East African Countries: List of Countries in East Africa


East Africa is a region on the African continent on the eastern part. Here is the list of East African countries.

Quick Fact: Six (6) of these East African countries (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda) are members of the East African Community (EAC).

Burundi Comoros Djibouti Eritrea Ethiopia Kenya Madagascar Malawi …

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West African Countries: List of Countries in West Africa


West African countries are the countries on the western region on the African continent. They have their years of independence very close.

Quick Fact: All countries in West Africa are members of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) save for Mauritania, which withdrew from ECOWAS in 1999.

Benin Burkina Faso Cabo Verde …

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Nigerian Airports: List of International Airports in Nigeria

There are a number of airports in Nigeria, both international and local or domestic.

International airports provides services for international travels — that is, travel between Nigeria and other countries. They are the airports where flights take off or land for international travels.

How many international airports are in Nigeria?

There are 5 international airports …

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Nigerian Airports: List of Local Airports in Nigeria

There are a number of airports in Nigeria, both international and local.

Domestic airports provide services for only travels within Nigeria — i.e. from one state to another.

There are 23 domestic/local airports in Nigeria, namely:

Benin Airport

This is one of the oldest airports in the country. The Airport was constructed in 1956 by …

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Ranks in the Nigerian Army

Nigerian Army is an arm of the Nigerian military that is responsible for land warfare. They fight on the land while the Nigerian Airforce takes care of the air and Navy deals with the combats on and in waters.

There are commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the NA, their ranks are as listed below.

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Top 5 Luxury Nightclubs in Lagos


Lagos is all encompassing. Commerce, social life, conservative life, religious life, hideous life, nightlife, anything, Lagos has all.

There are many clubhouses in Lagos, but as with everything else, there is hierarchy. If you’d be visiting Lagos and would need a club to spend some good time, this post got you covered. Today, I’m …

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Meaning of Acronyms Relating to Nigeria

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Everyone knows that FRSC means Federal Road Safety Commission. Everyone also know that NA stands for Nigeria Army, but how many people know that NERC means Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission?

That’s what this post aims to treat today — the meaning of some of the acronyms relating to Nigeria.

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