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15 Romantic Honeymoon Destinations in Nigeria

ContentsSEE ALSO: Best 10 International Honeymoon Destinations for Nigerians1. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort2. Le Meridien Ibom Golf Resort3. Obudu Mountain Resort4. Kamp Ikare5. Zenababs Half Moon Resort 6. Le Meridien Ogeyi Place7. The Whispering Palms ResortPhoto Source: Whispering Palms8. La Manga Luxury Villas9. MicCom Golf Resort10. Epe Resort & Spa11. Rojenny Tourist Village12. Eko Tourist Resort13. Oguta

Forced to flee Nigeria, young refugee couple celebrate their reunion in Chad

ContentsIt was early morning in Baga, in Nigeria, when 22-year-old pregnant mother Zulaika heard the gunshots. She had just enough time to grab her two-year-old and run into the bush, before militants overran the town, massacring hundreds.It took her four days to find a boat to cross Lake Chad. Her husband, a 34-year-old fisherman called

“If we are going to see real development in the world then our best investment is women.” -Desmond Tutu

ContentsSheryl WuDunn’s book “Half the Sky” investigates the oppression of women globally. Her stories shock. Only when women in developing countries have equal access to education and economic opportunity will we be using all our human resources. Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, a multi-part documentary series based on the bestselling book

Looking For Some Excitement? Explore This Nigerian City|Nigerian News

VENTURES AFRICA – Calabar is the capital of Cross River State, Nigeria bordering Cameroon on one side. There are three rivers flowing through this region, the Cross River, Kwa River, and Calabar River, from which the city got its name. What some call the tourist’s paradise, Calabar is a little city surrounded by hills and plateaus. The

Teenage pregnancy, woman abuse still burden of African culture|Nigerian News

Teenage pregnancy, woman abuse still burden of African culture For some time now, woman abuse, teenage pregnancy and child rights pose great challenge to successive administrations in Nigeria in particular and Africa at large. But Bose Iro-Nsi, the Executive Director, Women’s Rights and Health Projects, an innovative non-governmental organisation (NGO) has adopted these mental-daunting concerns