Land marks

The Gurara Waterfalls

Gurara is actually a Local Government Area in Niger State where this amazing waterfall is located. The falls has a height of about 30 meters and spans over a distance of about 200 meters. The discovery of the Gurara Waterfalls dates back to 1745 by a hunter known as Buba, of the Gbagyi/Gwari Ethnic Group. The

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The Eredo: legendary Place of Edo Kindom

Sungbo Eredo’s association with the Islamic Queen of Sheba legends may date to the same period and it is the first definite proof that state formation occurred in the rainforest zone at the same time as in Africa’s savannah zone. Traditional folklore links the construction of this impressive boundary to the legendary Sungbo, a wealthy

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Facts You Should Know About River Niger

The origin of the river’s name remains unclear. What is clear is that “Niger” was an appellation applied in the Mediterranean world from at least the Classical era, when knowledge of the area by Europeans was slightly better than fable. A careful study of Classical writings on the interior of the Sahara begins with Ptolemy,

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