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Ibadan is a fun place. For a newcomer though, it might be a bit difficult to navigate, and you might be cheated too. Just as Lagos has its modus operandi, Ibadan too has a system that will make your stay or visit a fun experience. We hope our little guide helps you. 1. When dealing […]
When it comes to food the only thing Nigerians can unanimously agree on, is that we have the best Jollof in West Africa. On the topic of which of our many swallows reigns supreme, however, we’ll never come to an agreement. While some people might pitch their tents in the Pounded Yam camp, for others […]
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