Travel Destination: Oyorokoto

Referred to by most as the largest fishing port in West Africa, Oyorokoto is located on Nigeria’s coast by the Atlantic Ocean. Although the indigenous people in the area are Andonis, like most fishing ports, you will find people from different riverine ethnic nationalities in Nigeria and also from...

Calabar Carnival 2017

So I made it to Calabar for the third time for the end of the year Christmas carnival. I was hoping to get a road trip vibe going and also be more mobile during my time there, so we drove down. The lingering petrol scarcity was at the back of my mind though. Most things in Nigeria aren’t...

Artist in Focus: Michael Kpodoh

When this blog was created there was this vision to have interviews and profiles of various artists in Nigeria and Africa. Well vision is one thing, actually pulling it off is another. We did have the interview with Segun Aiyesan but sadly that was just it for years. This year is going to be...

Obscure Spots: National Museum Port Harcourt

First of, the state museum is better. Not that it takes a lot for it to be better. Now wait, wait, wait. This doesn’t exactly mean there’s no reason to visit. The curators try. They sound like they love their job. There isn’t much to see though, despite their best efforts. Okay, enough with the...

Travel Destination: Folu

So let’s say you are a photographer who doesn’t have N50,000 to take your DSLR into La Campagne; doesn’t have the N5,000 entrance fee and won’t mind a little ‘sme sme’ at the beach, but you want the same shoreline as the La Campagne Resort, well, you have come...

Nike Art Gallery

This place should be the Mecca of every art enthusiast in Nigeria. I could have spent the whole day here. Just floor after floor of amazing art. If there’s any other place like this in Nigeria, I would love to know. Hit me up with the info please, and thank you in advance. As with La Campagne...

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