How First Bank of Nigeria Got its name

The first Bank of Nigeria started as British Bank of West Africa and later it became Standard Bank (British Bank), when Bashourn Samuel Oyewole Asabia became the...

The History Of Nsukka

Nsukka community is the headquarter of Enugu-North sentorial zone. it includes all other communities that make up the old division now known as Nsukka zone. These are...

The History Of Onitsha

The history of Onitsha is said to have begun with the migration of its people from the Benin Empire towards the end of early part of the...

Historical Background Of Kabba People

INTRODUCTION Kabba kingdom is situated in the Northern hemisphere of the equatorial forests of Nigeria; somewhere around the beginning of the Savannah region. It can be classified as...

21 FACTS ABOUT ABEOKUTA

Abeokuta is the largest city and state capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria. It is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River, near a...

HISTORY OF ORON PEOPLE IN THE PRE-COLONIAL ERA

Oron was in the pre-colonial period in Nigeria and was formerly a part of the region called the South-Eastern state. Natives of this area speak the dialect...

Top Colonial Destinations in Nigeria

The Colonial era in Nigeria started way back in 1861 when Lagos was officially made a British colony. Through a progressive sequence of regimes, the...

FACTS ABOUT THE GREAT WALL OF BENIN

It may not be as popular as the Great Wall of China, yet it was at one time in history the biggest man-made structure on the planet. ...

THE HISTORY OF FULANI RACE IN NIGERIA

The Fulani individuals in Nigeria are otherwise called "Fula" or "Fulbe". A gathering of individuals in Nigeria with a little populace ,as the bigger populace can be...

The History OF BENIN EMPIRE

The Empire of Benin or the Edo Empire (1440-1897) was a large pre-colonial African state of modern Nigeria. There is still an Obo, or a king, although...

Biography

Meet 1st Nigerian (African) Inspector-General of Police

Mr. Louis Orok Edet, appointed April 1, 1964, taking over from the last expatriate Inspector-General Mr. J.E, Hodge; who Retired in August, 1966. Mr...

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