Nigeria is known as the most populous nation on the continent and nearly every fifth African is the Nigerian. It is the 10th largest producer of oil in the World. The communal nature of the Nigeria life with roles to be played by both the living and the dead. Nigeria is often referred to as the “Giant of Africa”, owing to its large population and economy. Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. Regarding religion, Nigeria is roughly divided in half between Christians and Muslims. The mixture of multiple religions, the country has many sites which represent the faith of the residents, among them the Niger National Museum is one.
The Nigerian National Museum in the Abuja is sign in their traditional settings involving the entire ethnic groups. Here some festivals are done essentially to celebrate the god/goddess behind either a high yield production of farm crops or fertility in either man, animals, or plants. During the celebration of these festivals, some objects are either worn or carried by the devotees of this god/goddess as their emblem or symbol of office. The Gidan Makama Museum or Kano Museum is a museum in Nigeria. This building had been serving as temporary palace of Kano and was constructed in the 15th century. The museum is divided into several galleries, each with their own center of focus. Zaure is included in these galleries and in the main entrance with displays of traditional materials, the city walls and maps of Kano, the history of statehood, Kano in the Civil War, economy, industry and music.
The Lekki Leisure Lake in the Lekki is another place of great exposure in the Nigeria. Lekki Leisure Lake offers the thrill of jet skiing in a safe environment, Immerse yourself in genuine quad biking adventure, the pedal boat rides are a cool way to explore the lake. Nothing feels more relaxing than cruising along the serene and tranquil water in a pontoon boat. The Wave boat can be used for up to 6 people cozily and set up on the Jet Ski. For the thrill seekers amongst you, feel free, adventurous and ultimately refreshed here. To check the versatile style of architecture, you must visit the Kajuru Castle. The style is very European and clearly German with a baronial hall, complete with suits of armor. The Kajuru Castle is a tourist wonder in Kaduna. Contrary to speculations, the Kajuru Castle, is located in Kaduna is not an ancient monument, it was built in 1978. This breathtaking architectural masterpiece is a tourist wonder of sorts.
The Black Heritage Museum & Cultural Center, is a nonprofit, educational organization. With the basic mission to document and preserve Black heritage, culture, and scholarship and use it to encourage, empower, and uplift current and future generations through scholarly engagement, art, and artistic expression, while cultivating critical thought. Ibeno Beach is one of the numerous fine beaches in Nigeria, and houses at the Akwa lbom State. A lover of water sport finds the Beach which stretches to James town on the Atlantic most inviting.
The Ogbunike Cave may be named as the very wonder of nature. The Cave, segmented into sections. There are different stories about the various sections that constitute the cave. Lake Chad occupies a strategic location, which is serving not only Borno State of Nigeria. The lake, apart from serving the agricultural and economic needs of the people, attracts a great number of tourists towards it.
Obudu Cattle Ranch is located in Cross River Slate towards the Nigeria-Cameroon border in the South-East. There are a natural swimming pool, horse riding, beautiful waterfall to behold, gorilla camp, bird watching, sporting facilities and accommodation. The silicon hills a place near the Nkpologu campus of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology. It is found very important mineral deposit. The hill which is an important raw material for the manufacture of glasses. The surrounding environment is very captivating with hills, valleys and plains beautifully wrapped up.