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If you live in Nigeria, there are sounds/noises that you have grown used to. At this point, they are so ingrained in our daily lives that we should just give them citizenship at this point. 1) Sound from mosque/church. I can’t decide the winner between early morning “where will you spend eternity?” and call to […]
‘Unbelievably hot’. Those are the first words I usually use to describe Bauchi to almost everyone who asks what my first impression of the Northern city was. That’s usually followed by charming and historic. In 2017 I spent 5 glorious days in the Northen state and I’ve counted the hours till I get to make […]
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