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nigerians on holiday

USE THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

USE THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

nigerians on holiday

Public Holidays! Oh don’t we just love them. Writing this already excites me I feel like bursting into a song. Lol Holidays are the free days where your leave days are not actively counting and In Lagos where they are the periods where roads are the freest. If you’d like to travel during the weekend

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OUR FAVOURITE PICTURES FROM GHANA’S YEAR OF RETURN

OUR FAVOURITE PICTURES FROM GHANA’S YEAR OF RETURN

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The year of return was Mad Oh!!! In 2018, Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo declared 2019 as the Year of Return in order to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of African slaves in America. He asked for Ghanaians in Diaspora to come back home to Ghana. With great array of events like Afronation, The

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AFRICANS CAN NOW VISIT NIGERIA VISA FREE

AFRICANS CAN NOW VISIT NIGERIA VISA FREE

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Did you know that Africans can now visit Nigeria Visa Free come 2020? This announcement was made by the President, Muhammadu Buhari,  in Egypt, on Wednesday this week! You know what that means right? 😉 #Africanstraveltoo “Starting January 2020, Africans will be able to arrive in Nigeria receiving Visas on arrival” the President said at the

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WHERE’S 2020 TAKING YOU

WHERE’S 2020 TAKING YOU

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2020!!! YAAAAAS. What’s in your bucket list? Ours is packed and we are super excited to share with you, our 2020 ” SEE THE WORLD’ Calendar. So where are we going in 2020? Let’s take a look! SOUTH AMERICA Brazil NORTH AMERICA Miami, Puerto Rico, Los Angeles & Las Vegas ANTARTICA Antartica EUROPE France Italy

Travelling for Christmas

YOU SHOULD TRAVEL THIS CHRISTMAS, HERE’S WHY.

YOU SHOULD TRAVEL THIS CHRISTMAS, HERE’S WHY.

Travelling for Christmas

Traffic, fuel scarcity, an expressive crowd? Merry Christmas from Lagos to you, Hehe! Just kidding.(not really) That time of the year is almost here. Lots of delicious food, beautiful people-Lagos, Nigeria is truly a wonderful place to spend Christmas. You’ll enjoy the warmth of the people, the fascinating spots and most of all, the turnup-ish