Category: Travel

Dana Air Wins Best Customer Service Airline Of The Year Award (Photos)

Dana Air Nigeria’s leading airlines has won the Best Customer Service Airline award at MamaJ’s Aviation Careers Conference held recently in Lagos,at the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority Annex, Lagos.

MamaJ Aviation Careers conference is an annual seminar to create a platform to introduce and mentor aspiring youths and other invited guests to the many career opportunities that exist in the aviation industry and also to celebrate and honor outstanding Aviation Professionals and stakeholders who have contributed immensely to human capital development in the aviation industry in Nigeria.

The Media and Communications Manager of Dana Air, Kingsley Ezenwa, while receiving the award on behalf of Dana Air, said ‘I want to say a big thank to MamaJ Aviation Consult for this award.

We are delighted that our customer centric products and our efforts towards providing excellent service to our valued guests is being rewarded and this will only spur us to continue.’’

Kingsley while reacting to a comment by one of the invited guests about the short lifespan of airlines in Nigeria said,’ Dana Air will be 10 years in November and this only shows that we have a structure and management style that is worthy of emulation and we are in it for the long haul.’’

Also speaking at the conference, the Founder, MamaJ Aviation Consult limited, Joy Ogbebo said, the conference is a non – profit career initiative to promote aviation education advocacy for youths in an emerging world.

‘The conference, every year brings together aspiring next generation of Aviation Professionals and Participants on the career opportunities that exist in the industry and I want to express our heartfelt gratitude to our sponsors, partners and everyone involved in this project. She added’’

Having flown over 2.7 million passengers in the last 9 years of its operation, Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines reputed for its innovative online products and services, world-class in-flight service and unrivaled on-time performance.


Titanic II Will Set Sail In 2022 Following The Same Route As The Original

Another replica of the infamous passenger ship dubbed the Titanic II is set to make its first voyage in 2022.

It will welcome 2,400 passengers and 900 crew members, USA Today reported, almost the exact same number of each on board the boat that sunk in 1912.

However, this time around, the ship will include an appropriate number of life boats, life-jackets and plenty of modern safety features.

The Titanic II will first take a two-week trip from Dubai to Southampton, England, according MSN.

The ship will then trace the original Titanic’s planned route from England to New York across the icy North Atlantic. After which it plans to offer worldwide cruises.

The 1912 voyage, which was immortalized in the 1997 blockbuster Titanic, starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, was tragically cut short when the steam ship hit an iceberg.

Over 1,500 people lost their lives, more than two-thirds of those on board.

In 2015, the Blue Star Line halted work on the Titanic II because of financial disagreements, derailing plans for the ship to be ready in 2016, according to the BBC.

The company announced in September that it was continuing efforts to finish the Titanic II.

The ship will cost $500 million to recreate, according to Bloomberg.

“The ship will follow the original journey, carrying passengers from Southampton to New York, but she will also circumnavigate the globe, inspiring and enchanting people while attracting unrivaled attention, intrigue and mystery in every port she visits,” the Blue Star Line’s chairman Clive Palmer said, according to MSN.

Rail can’t run faster than 90km/h in Abuja because we don’t want to kill cows- Rotimi Amaechi

Rotimi Amaechi, the Minister of Transportation has said that the Abuja-Kaduna rail line cannot run faster than 90 kilometres per hour because the ministry does not want the trains killing cows that pass through the rails while seeking pastures to graze on.

Amaechi said this when he spoke at the 24th Nigerian Economic Summit organized by the Ministry of Budget & National Plannng at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja on Monday 22, October 2018.

The minister at the forum, highlighted the local problems being faced by the Nigerian railway system. He said Nigeria has more than enough to transport via rail, before stating restrictions caused by cows.

“The reason why we want to go back to narrow gauge is because between Lagos and Kano, we have 30 million tonnes of cargo.

Even if you do three rail lines, it cannot be enough. It took us 14 days to move coaches from Lagos to Abuja; everyday we go and ask, how far, they say we are near Ogun state… 14 days. But if it were rail, the same day, it will get to Abuja.

The kind of construction we are doing is 120 kilometres per hour (Km/h), it is a speed train.

“We are doing 90km/h with Abuja to Kaduna. The reason we are doing 90km/h is because there are cows everywhere, and we don’t want to kill cows. The other day they tried 100 and they killed how many cows, and they said ‘you people should replace the cows you killed.

From that day, I have said let us maintain the 90km/h; at 120km/h you get to Kaduna in one hour. You can work in Kaduna and live in Abuja. It was initially one, but now, we have done four locomotives with 14 coaches” he said

International Bikers Arrive Nigeria, Meet With Lai Mohammed In Abuja.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said the Federal Government’s Visa-On-Arrival Policy has started yielding fruits, especially in the tourism sector which has been boosted by the policy.

The Minister made the assertion in Abuja on Monday, when he received members of the Latin America Motorcyclists Association (LAMA), who are in Nigeria for a tour of heritage sites and other tourist attractions in the country.

”All our visitors here today got visa on arrival. That shows that the Federal Government’s visa-on-arrival policy is working,” he said.

Alhaji Mohammed said the presence of the international bikers in Nigeria is a testimony to the fact that the Administration’s quest to promote the country’s cultural heritage and tourism sites is yielding fruits.

”As you tour Nigeria, under the ‘Rediscover Heritage Bikers Tour of Nigeria’, and visit historical heritage sites, you beam the searchlight on those sites for the world to see.

“You will see these heritage sites for yourselves as you travel through our culturally-rich and diverse nation. These sites include museums, monuments, homes of national heroes and other tourist sites,”
he said.

#Aviation: Union Shut Down Murtala Muhammed Airport 2, Flights Grounded

This morning, hundreds of passengers are reportedly stranded at the domestic terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2(MMA2) as aviation unions carried out their shutdown threat over the sack of workers by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited.

The unions involved in the shutdown are Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) and the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE).

They disregarded a Federal High Court order granted Tuesday restraining them from disrupting the operations of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2).

The court granted the order in the suit filed by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of MMA2.
The unions had given notice that they would disrupt operations at MMA2 from today over the disengagement of some workers of BASL who they said were disengaged for their alleged attempt to join them, but who the company said had attained retirement age or were found not to be diligent in their duties.

BASL said on Tuesday that: “we will like to bring it to the attention of the entire public that the Federal High Court in Lagos in suit number FHC/L/CS/16412/18 has granted an order restraining the unions from carrying out their threats of disrupting the activities of the terminal.

Pursuit to this order, members if the unions found in the premises of MMA2 would be liable to trespass. We reserve our right under the law of Nigeria to deal with such person as a trespasser”.

BASL also assured customers and passengers of MMA2 that they will continue having seamless access to the facility.

The statement said: “BASL is fully aware of the plan by some unions in the aviation sector to disrupt the operations of MMA2 over our decision to disengage some employees.

Disengaging the ex-employees had nothing to do with unionism, as we were not aware of this. In as much as we know that the unions have the right to protest without disturbing public peace and safety, we too reserve the right to ensure

man who began trekking against President Buhari’s 2019 presidential ambition from Lagos State arrives Abuja after 34 days

A lone trekker, Isa Mohammed Munlaila, who began trekking from Lagos to Abuja last month, against President Buhari’s 2019 presidential ambition, has arrived Abuja after spending 34 days on the road.

Munlaila left Lagos on 23 August and arrived Abuja on Tuesday. He said he was fulfilled to have trekked the distance from Lagos to Abuja against the second term aspiration of Buhari.

Speaking with PM News, Munlaila said he normally trekked from 6.00am to 6.00pm on daily basis and then slept somewhere before continuing his journey to Abuja.

He had initially planned to reach Abuja between 18 and 20 days, but because of a sore leg, the journey lasted for 34 days.

“As I trekked, I saw people angry with this present government because of hardship and failure to deliver on what was promised.

When people see me, they hailed me for trekking. Some people were asking me if I was doing it for some political parties and I said no, but for the youths of this country.

We are for good governance,” he said.
Munlaila, who said he is not a politician, however, said based on people’s view during his trek from Lagos to Abuja, he would endorse the aspiration of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar to become president next year.

According to him, from his interaction with people, they preferred the candidacy of Atiku among all Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential aspirants because of his achievement.

He said when he got to Abuja, he went to the PDP National Secretariat and asked to see the National Chairman of the party, but was told he was away.

“Because of what I have heard during my trek, I will endorse Atiku for 2019 presidency. If Atiku has the chance to govern, Nigeria will be a better place,” he said.

For him, Isa Munlaila, who had just arrived Abuja after embarking on an angered trekking from Lagos, against President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2019 presidential ambition, his 34 days journey, which he began about 40 days ago, worth the sacrifice, saying his action was to registered youth anger over current state of the nation.

Having spent 34 days on road Munkaila, who left Lagos over a month ago, arrived Abuja yesterday evening, during which he said he was fulfilled to have trekked the distance from Lagos to Abuja against the second term aspiration of Buhari.

Speaking about on the journey on Tuesday, the young Nigerian hinted that he tekked minimum of 12 hours on daily basis and then slept anywhere night meets him, and continuing his journey to Abuja. He had initially planned to reach Abuja between 18 and 20 days, but because of a sore leg, the journey lasted for 34 days.

Man Rides Bicycle From Morocco To Nigeria Set To Ride To Abuja Next

A cyclist is said to be riding to Abuja after arriving Nigeria from Morocco.

According to reports, the man who is a Muslim, said he wants to tour Nigeria and take pictures after hearing so much about the country.

An eyewitness who goes by the name Sani Musa Saminaka on Facebook, disclosed that he saw the Moroccan man today at Shanga local government area in Kebbi State as the man took pictures with the excited villagers who supported him for his journey.

It was reported earlier this year (in February) that a Chinese female cyclist, Huang Shuang, rode from Morocco to Lagos, Nigeria, within five months.

Huang, also known as CICI, said that she was inspired to embark on “cycling around the world’’ after riding around her country.
The cyclist said that her experience in China motivated her to begin global cycling in America where she covered about 5,500 km in two months.

#Maintenance: Third Mainland Bridge To Be Temporarily Closed For Four Days

Lagos State Government has said the Third Mainland Bridge would be temporarily shut down for four days starting from midnight of August 23 to midnight of August 26 for “investigative maintenance test” to be carried out.

The Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Ade Akinsanya who stated this in a statement today, said the decision was taken after due consultation with the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing.

The four-day closure, according to Akinsanya, will enable the contractors assess the true state of the bridge after which repair works would commence by the end of the year or early in 2019.

“The Third Mainland Bridge which was opened about 30 years ago by the then military government has had haphazard maintenance and repairs in the past which the present Federal Government is committed to correct by carrying out proper and continuous maintenance and repairs on it,” said Akinsanya.

Consequently, the state government appealed for the cooperation, support and understanding of all motorists and residents, advising them to minimize non-essential travel and movements during the four-day closure.

Akinsanya said all traffic management agencies including the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and the Police, among others, have been mandated to ensure smooth flow of traffic on all the other alternative roads and traffic corridor across the metropolis to ensure free flow of traffic.

Third Mainland Bridge To Be Shut Down For Maintenance

The very popular Third Mainland bridge in Lagos is reportedly set to be shut down for repairs according to the Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Mr Adedamola Kuti.

Kuti told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the ministry of works was going to hold a meeting with stakeholders tomorrow to discuss how to manage traffic during the repairs.

He, however, did not specify the exact date the bridge would be closed to traffic or how long the repairs would last.

According to him, stakeholders attending the meeting to discuss the repairs include traffic regulatory agencies, transport unions, truck owners and drivers’ unions, law enforcement agents, among others.

“The Federal Executive Council has approved the maintenance work on the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos State.

“The project has taken off already and in carrying out the work, we may at certain times be shutting down the bridge for maintenance.

“At the moment we may begin with tests on the bridge, so, we may shut it by 12 midnight on Thursday and carry out tests and some repairs and open it to traffic by midnight on Sunday.’’

He said that six other damaged bridges across the state were already undergoing maintenance and rehabilitation.

“We have contracts on maintenance of some of the bridges in Lagos.
“We are completing maintenance work on the expansion joints on the Coconut Bridge.

“We expecting the contractor to start work on the Independence Bridge in Lagos.

“There is repair work going on currently on the Apapa Bridge, that is, Ijora/Leventis Bridge.

“Maintenance work is ongoing on the Ijora-7up Bridge, we are also changing the expansion joints.

“On the bridge around the National Stadium area, we are putting covers to all the stolen manholes, we are replacing the steel covers from stadium to Costain,” he said.

The controller said that some tests had been carried out on the Otedola Bridge, whose surface was recently burnt during a tanker fire.

Kuti said that the tests revealed that the bridge was safe for use and that the contractors would soon attend to the bridge.

12 Most Beautiful Cities In Africa 2018

This list shows the most beautiful cities in Africa. The city topping this list is ranked the most beautiful city in Africa 2018, we’ve got some amazing unique pictures added.

We feature 12 cities in Africa below.

The ranking was based on African cities that have improved their looks, amenities and more within the last 12 months.

You will also get a chance to vote African cities you think are the finest below after our ranking.

As many foreigners in other continents still look down on Africa as a jungle we Africans sure know we got a lot of beautiful cities in Africa over here. Relax and gently scroll down to view our list.

12. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

The capital of Ethiopia is an excellent city. The infrastructure and the towering buildings are spellbinding. However, Addis Ababa is much more than steel and concrete.

Home to some of the most amazing people in Africa, everyone loves to visit Addis Ababa.

Visit this place without any hitches and fear. You will love it! This here is among the most beautiful cities in Africa 2018

11. Abuja, Nigeria

Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria and the centre of Nigeria government.

Most of the headquarters of the government agencies are situated in Abuja, and it is from here that the government of Nigeria is run down to the grassroots.

But this is not all Abuja is known for, as the state is obviously the most beautiful city in Nigeria.

10. Marrakesh, Morocco

This is one of the largest cities in Morocco. Its name means the “Land of God”, but the city is more known as the Red City.

Marrakesh is wedged between the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert, making it a very interesting place to visit.

Aside from that, it is also the home of the Djemaa el Fna Square, which is famous for its street performers and vendors.

9 . Antananarivo, Madagascar

If you love sunsets, then you might want to consider living in this capital city of Madagascar.

Aside from the sunsets, it also has numerous historical sites, most of which reflect the French occupation. There are also beaches and palaces in this city.

Exploring Antananarivo may be a bit challenging and exciting at the same time because of its steep roads and alleys. An African city to behold.

8. Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Abidjan means you are in Ivory Coast — an amazing place for trade and travel in Africa .

Despite hardships, Abidjan is one of the most developed cities in Africa with some impressive skylines you can ever find.

Talking about the most beautiful cities in Africa 2018 Abidjan is definitely one of a kind.

7. Alexandria, Egypt

Alexandria, the second largest city in Egypt, known as “The Pearl of the Mediterranean”, has an atmosphere that is more Mediterranean than Middle Eastern.

Its ambience and cultural heritage distance it from the rest of the country although it is actually only 225 km. from Cairo.

6. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

As the capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam is one of the most peaceful cities in Africa.

Other than being peaceful, this stunning city is highly developed.

Shoppers can head towards Kariakoo, which is the most crowded and the largest in East Africa.

Purchase anything from food to furniture.

5. Port Louis, Mauritius

Port Louis was once considered the star of the Indian Ocean. This is Mauritius’ capital and business centre. Therefore, expect a busy city, but everything changes once the sun sets.

People will start flocking at popular market places and at the Caudan Waterfront for a night of relaxation and fun with friends.

Tourists will enjoy the historical buildings in this city and you will learn a lot of the Mauritian cultures here too.

4. Nairobi, Kenya

If you want to enjoy the wildlife within the city, then Nairobi is the perfect place to be.

This is the largest city in Kenya and it boasts the Nairobi National Park , which is the home of lions, rhinos, hippos, and other wildlife. It is not all about animals, though.

There is also the Nairobi National Museum for people who want to learn more about Nairobi’s history, and the Kazuri Factory, which is the one-stop shop for souvenirs.

One of those African cities you have to visit on your next trip to Africa.

3. Johannesburg, South Africa

Filled with life, enthusiasm and an amazing culture, Johannesburg is the second most enriched city in South Africa.

The city is huge! Though Cape Town competes with Jo’Burg, it is still an awe-inspiring destination for several travelers.

Make sure you visit the Apartheid Museum and City Deep, a gigantic dry port in the world.

No doubt, the African culture and air have the power of a pen to write and re-write your story. Just give it a chance, you will not regret.

Contact Fly Africa — your London travel agency to enjoy the time of your life under the African sun.

2. Cairo, Egypt

Cairo is the largest city in Egypt. The city itself is a beauty to behold, but the main attractions here are still the Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum.

The pyramids are found just outside the centre of the city.

So, if you want to get a glimpse of one of the ancient wonders of the world, make sure to visit Cairo.

Cairo is one of those African cities with lots of historical stories surrounding it.

1. Cape Town, South Africa

The most beautiful cities in Africa, and Cape Town is the number 1, best known for its beaches, wine farms, and mountains.

The main attraction in the city is the Table Mountain.
Tourists usually make it a point to get on top of it through a cableway in a bid to view the whole metropolis from a vantage position.

Speaking of its metropolis, expect to see a city that is alive with energy, colours, and creativity.

A Woman Spotted on Top Of SUV On The Road

Nigeria is home of wonders, If you think you have seen it all in Naija, then think again!

This SUV – a Kia Sorento – was spotted on the road. It was seen moving with a woman seated on top of it.
Apparently, the car was filled to capacity, leaving no available sitting space for the woman on top of the car.

So, improvisation became necessary.
It reminds you of the famous saying:
“Necessity is the mother of invention”.

A Man And His Four Daughters Die In Car Crash In U.S.

A New Jersey father and his four daughters were killed in a car wreck on Friday afternoon as the family made their way back home from a trip to Ocean City, Maryland.

Police said the family of six was traveling northbound on Route 1 in Delaware just before 4pm when a maroon pickup truck crossed the center median into oncoming traffic slamming into the family’s white Toyota Sienna minivan.

The minivan came to stop on the median and looked unrecognizable in photos.
Authorities said five of the family members were killed in the crash and pronounced dead at the scene.

They have been identified as 61-year-old Audi Marquez Trinidad and his four daughters Kaitlyn, 20; Danna, 17; and twins Melissa and Allison, 13.

At least 1500 Nigerians In Italian Prisons

The Italian Ambassador to Nigeria, Stefanou Pontesilli, says no fewer than 1500 Nigerians are serving jail terms for various offences in Italy.

Pontesilli who made the disclosure in an interview with newsmen in Abuja said the number was huge.

”In Italy we have about 1500 Nigerians in jail for various offences. It is a big number.

”We sometimes send them back to Nigeria once they finished their terms because they have not behaved well, ” he said.

He however denied reports that Italy sometimes send Nigerian migrants from Italy to Libya.

”Never, we never sent anyone not even one single person to Libya.”Some Nigerians are stuck in Libya because they were never able to cross over to Italy, but all those who went to Italy no one, not even one was ever sent back.

”All Nigerians who have reached Italy and are behaving well have no problem.

”Not one of them not even one has heard of being sent back to Libya,” he said.

According to him, thousands of Nigerians unable to cross from Libya to Italy have been stuck in Libya.

”Thank God the government is doing a lot to repatriate them through chattered flights.

”Thanks for the help from the European Union and the International Organisation for Migrations that are slowly repatriating them back to Nigeria,” he said.

The envoy said that the relationship between Italy and Nigeria remained stronger.

”That is why Italy has been doing so much on the migration by saving tens and thousands of the Nigerians’ lives when crossing the Mediterranean.

”Authority has been doing so much by taking them to Italy, feeding them, getting them jobs, giving them house and trying to give them a new life,” Pontesilli said.

He said that Italy had also done a lot in trying to help Nigeria maintain security and stability.

”This to Italy is very important, the stability and the security of Nigeria is our foremost consideration.

”We think that without a stable secure country there cannot be development.

”So that’s why we stand strongly behind President Muhammadu Buhari trying to establish a strong, safe and stable Nigeria.

”This to us is the number one priority of the country, we are doing all we can to support this,” he said.

The envoy disclosed that the Italian government had been involved in training many Nigerian officials from the military, police and immigration.

“The Glory Land Castle” In Yenagoa, Bayelsa state

This castle was started by Chief Alamieyeseigha. Of course, as you know I was in the cabinet of Dr. Jonathan when he was governor.

We, within that short period that we were in government, didn’t think that completing the project as at that time was a priority. But when my immediate predecessor came on board, he managed to complete it.
“So he achieved the completion, including the furnishing and all that.

Now upon my ascension into office, I of course made it clear from day one that there was no way I was going to stay in this type of place. It is simply too grandiose. It is way out of format with my own personal standard,” he said.

The governor’s resolve on the matter is simple – make it a part of the state government’s tourism plan for the state. In that way, it becomes a revenue source.

Hence, the governor plans to convert the opulent structure into a six-star hotel to form an integral component of the new Tourism Island to boost tourism in the State.

Abuja Metro Line To Be Commissioned By Buhari

Photos Of The $823million Ultra Modern Abuja Metro Line Set To Be Commissioned.

The China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) has said that a railway construction project to aid transportation in Abuja will soon be completed.

Photos Of The $823million Ultra Modern Abuja Metro Line Set To Be Commissioned.


7 Exciting Destinations To Visit In Nigeria 🇳🇬

When Nigeria is mentioned, tourism hardly ever comes to mind. Nigerians travel a lot to other countries for tourism, leaving Nigeria out. Many blame it on lack of tourist centres in Nigeria, but nothing could be farther from the truth. Nigeria is a country rich in culture, beautiful landscapes and adventurous destinations begging to be discovered. One only needs to open their eyes to see the beauty within. There are so many places to explore and this list is not exhaustive; it just contains a few exciting ones we believe you will enjoy exploring this year.

1. Kajuru castle, Kaduna – Like something out of a fairytale, Kajuru castle is located in Kaduna. This medieval style castle which was built in 1980 by a German expatriate was built as a private apartment, but is now open as a tourist attraction due to its architectural splendor. The castle stands on a collection of hills and is complete with a dungeon, tower, a swimming pool and sauna.

2. Obudu mountain resort, Crossriver – Obudu would leave you mesmerized with the breathtaking views of the mountains and greenery. The resort has a wide range of activities that everyone can enjoy, ranging from the swimming pool, to the canopy walk, the forest trail, the scenic mountains, to the mini waterfalls and especially the cable cars.

3. Fifth Chukker Polo resort, Kaduna – Fifth Chukker resort is one of Kaduna’s best kept secrets. It is a Northern styled polo resort with a fully functional equestrian academy. They host polo tournaments and also have lots of attractions for guests like quad bikes, a club house, swimming pool and sporting facilities. Fifth Chukker Resort is a good option if you want a scenic environment to learn to ride a horse.

4. Rufus and Bee, Lagos – Rufus and Bee is a new arcade game center that offers maximum fun for both kids and adults. If you want to have unlimited fun, it is a place worth exploring.

5. Idanre hills, Ondo – With 660 steps to climb to the top of the hills and standing proudly at 3000ft above sea level, Idanre hills is one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Nigeria. More interestingly is the fact that an ancient civilization existed there over 800 years ago and the ruins of that civilization can still be seen. If you love nature and history, you should visit Idanre hills.

6. Lekki conservation center, Lagos-The conservation center is an off-shoot of Nigerian conservation foundation, an NGO which preserves nature parks and conservation centers around Nigeria. Founded in 1990, the center is complete with nature trail, a canopy walkway and the family park. The Canopy walkway is the longest canopy walkway in Africa with a height of 22.5 ft that gives you a bird’s eye view of the forest and some other parts of Lagos.

7. Abeokuta – The ancient town of Abeokuta has a lot to offer travelers. Olumo rock is one of the foremost tourist attractions in Nigeria. The rock holds a lot of history for the Egba people. Abeokuta also houses the newly completed Olusegun Obasanjo presidential library and Green legacy resort. The innovative library and museum contains history of Nigeria. There are other places like the Itoku adire market, the Abeokuta golf course, the Herbert Ogunde museum, University of Abeokuta Zoo and Alake of Egbaland’s palace.
In this season where buying Nigerian made goods to improve the Naira is a recurring narrative, then enjoying the beautiful sites that Nigeria has to offer should be a priority as well.