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Yola, Nigeria

Yola, town, capital of Adamawa state, and seat of the traditional Adamawa emirate, eastern Nigeria. The town is served by the port of Jimeta (5.5 miles [9 km] north-northwest) on...

Bagale, Adamawa, Nigeria

Njuwa is an annual fishing festival performed by the Buatiye (Bata) people of Rugange, Njoboliyo, Dasin, Dulo, Bagale, Dagri, and Vunoklan villages of Adamawa Emirate....

Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria

The Koma Hills are located on the mountainous fringes bordering the Republic of Cameroon in the Jada LGA. The Koma (the inhabitants of the hills)...

Adamawa, Nigeria

Mandara Mountains,  volcanic range extending about 120 miles (193 km) along the northern part of the Nigeria-Cameroon border from the Benue River (south) to Mora, Cameroon (north). The mountains...

Madagali, Adamawa, Nigeria

The Sukur Cultural Landscape, with the Palace of the Hidi (Chief) on a hill dominating the villages below, the terraced fields and their sacred symbols,...

Benue, Nigeria

The Kofyar are a population in central Nigeria numbering around 50,000. After several anthropological studies, they provide good illustrations of how colonial authorities become unwittingly...

Kaduna, Nigeria

Kaduna Museum is a museum in Kaduna, Nigeria. The museum was opened in 1975 following the donation of the old Northern People's Congress (NPC) building by the North Central State Government. The...

Argungu, Kebbi, Nigeria

Kanta Museum is a museum in Argungu, Nigeria, adjacent to the main market. Built in 1831, the building was named after Muhammed Kanta, who founded the...

Gidan Makama Museum, Emir Palace Road, Kano, Nigeria

Gidan Makama Museum is one of the thirty-two Museums under the National Commission for Museums and Monuments of the Federal republic of Nigeria. It is...

Daura

The Fulani people of West Africa are the largest nomadic group in the world. As a group they contain a vast array of diverse people...

Awka, Anambra, Nigeria

Christians account for about 40% of the Nigerian population, living throughout the country but predominantly in the south. The main Christian festivals are Christmas and...

Kebbi, Nigeria

The Argungu Fishing Festival is an annual four-day festival in The State of Kebbi, in the North-western part of Northern Nigeria. The festival usually takes...