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    Owerri, Southern Nigeria, Nigeria
    Owerri is the capital city of Imo State, the heartland of the South-East geopolitical zone in Nigeria. It is a tourist delight with hospitable people, rich culture and other tourist attractions like Oguta lake, Mgbee natural valley, Monkey colonies, rain-forest and mangroove vegitation.
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    Port Harcourt, Southern Nigeria, Nigeria
    Port Harcourt is the garden city of Nigeria. The hub oil activities in the Niger Delta which accounts for about 90% of the national revenue.Due to the international nature of the activities there, nationals and expatriates from all over the world live there. There are state of the art facilities for living and relaxation. There are cultural diversities of the locals because many ethnic groups are represented. There are a lot of tourists' attractions in and around the city stretching to the creek of the Atlantic Ocean.Generally, the people are friendly and hospitable but in some places the youths express their unhappy with the government and multinational oil companies because of deprivation and poverty in spite of the oil wealth which come from there.
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    Orlu, Nigeria
    Orlu is one of the oldest and biggest city in Imo State, Nigeria. Old Orlu (Orlu Zuru Mee) is made up Orlu LGA, Orsu LGA, Ideato North LGA, Ideato South LGA, Nkwerre LGA, Nwangele LGA, Isu LGA, Njaba LGA, Oru West LGA, Oru East LGA, Oguta LGA and Ohaji/Egbema LGA. Orlu Zone is endowed with tourists' attractions such Oguta Lake, Orashi River, Abadaba Lake, Mgbee Valley, Rain forest Vegitation, etc. The cultural activities and festivals are Iri ji, Mmanwu, Okonko, Elekele, Iwa akwa, etc. Orlu people are very hospitable and friendly.
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    Kano, Northern Nigeria, Nigeria
    Kano was exciting for me.i stayed off hadeja road....by yankaba ,red bricks and hospital muritala in city.kano indigenes are not too friendly with women.nightlife is better enjoyed in sabon gari.......you can eat local delicacies like chicken gwagwa.weather...when its cold...its cold.when its hot...its hot.i prefer their private hospital to their general hospitals.accomodation can be expensive.things are quite cheap...food is really cheap.i never went out when its 1..prayr time and i had to watch how i dressed.its better to do your shopping in kori market for clothing materials...you get the best deals.i was a sweettooth and suya lover...try halal meat and oasis bakery.be ready to take biks in kano cos the bikes are more than the cars.
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    Calabar, Southern Nigeria, Nigeria
    Rien à n’a fait ville très dangereuse.
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    Port Harcourt, Southern Nigeria, Nigeria
    Deuxième ville du pays vil transite et il n’a rien à faire assez dangereuse.
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    Lagos, Southwestern Nigeria, Nigeria
    make sure you try to learn the local slangs so as not to appear as a "jjc Johnny just come" phrases like "how far" which stands for wussup is not a bad start :)
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    Lagos, Southwestern Nigeria, Nigeria
    be on the alert for "area boys" and motor park touts that pretend to help.
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    Lagos, Southwestern Nigeria, Nigeria
    You like it or hate it. There is no in between. Good music if you know where to look. When Felerason Kuti was still alive they had the best music in Africa. His son has taken over the business. Good music, but the rebel is gone. Lagos is loud agressive and you need to be streetwise to survife and have a good time. They have an incredible public transport system that no foreigner can understand. It is based on thousands of small enterprices instead of a state run transport system. It works, although it looks like chaos. We used to go restaurant hopping. Every cource an other restaurant. We ate some wonderfull fresh grilled sole fish and even food ice cold beer. The Lagos Hilton Hotel is an experiance, since it is not a real HILTON hotel as we know them. They do however have some very cold beer and some very good hot and spicy suya (meat on scewers) and some real mean goatseye pepper soup ( the dogs down the steet love the goat eye when you throw it over the fence) I could never bring myself to eat the eye. You should try it, even if it is just for the fun. Atleast you have a story to tell your Grandchildren.
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    Abuja, Nigeria
    Don't go! If you have to, stay in the Hilton... Use the green taxis with the numbers, shouldn't be much more then 500Niara to anywhere in Abuja, mostly 200-300... Places to go: City Park at night, ok for food and reasonably priced beer. The Grand Mirage at night, reasonably priced beers, live band prostitutes not too bothersome. Ibiza at night, (same road as Grand Mirage) reasonably priced beers, table/tray/bottle jugglers. Blakes at night, big complex of bars / clubs sort of like the Kuntz Park in Munich, reasonably priced beers food, live bands etc. Abuja Golf Club daytime, really good course pay for a caddy spotter (saves your medal score loads!).
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