Author: 'Gbenga Adeyemi

Digital Nomad? Check Out Top Five Coworking Spaces In Africa

Digital Nomad? Check Out Top Five Coworking Spaces In Africa

Coworking spaces have become a norm all over the world, and it’s getting increasingly difficult to see clear differentiators in coworking spaces as most coworking spaces are beautiful and breathtaking. In Africa, there are some spaces that seem to be leading the pack and have made sure they clearly differentiate themselves and they lead the […]

6 Things To Expect At The Upcoming Benin Coronation

6 Things To Expect At The Upcoming Benin Coronation

Since the transition of the 38th Oba of Benin, Oba Erediauwa, there has been great anticipation for the coronation of the next in line, His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Ehenede Erediauwa, Edaiken N’Uselu. However, while the traditional processes that precede the ceremony since commenced and there have been clashes with the Edo state gubernatorial elections, the Benin Traditional […]

Nowhere To Go Next? Try Epe!

Nowhere To Go Next? Try Epe!

Epe, one of the Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Lagos State, is slowly becoming a popular choice residential destination for Lagosians, especially those who would like to share proximity with the Lekki Peninsula. It is indeed striking to see increase in the number of Nigerians moving to settle in Epe even though they are not natives of the town. […]

Abraka, The Epitome of Delta’s Beauty

Abraka, The Epitome of Delta’s Beauty

Originally named Avwraka until anglicized to “abraka”, Abraka town is one of the 22 towns in Urhobo kingdom, located in the southern parts of Nigeria. Endowed with some of the most beautiful sceneries in Urhobo land, the town is one of the Delta state‘s – and Nigeria’s – most popular vacation spots for both domestic and international tourists. The city’s […]

Destination Of The Week: Badagry

Destination Of The Week: Badagry

Badagry (customarily known as Gbagle), a coastal town situated between the city of Lagos and the border with Benin at Seme in Lagos State, Nigeria, is without doubt one the most serene and historically rich towns in the region; every year thousands of tourists come from around the country and world to admire the relics and mementoes of  slave trade in Nigeria .Bordered on […]