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5 Reasons Why Nigerians Love Ramadan

5 Reasons Why Nigerians Love Ramadan

For the next 29 or 30 days, Muslim faithful in Nigeria and in different parts of the world will abstain from food and drink from dawn to dusk. Ramadan is one of the key tenets or pillars of the religion and many Nigerians can wait for it to start. Jumia…
5 Signs You Are At A Bad Suya Spot

5 Signs You Are At A Bad Suya Spot

Suya is a very popular street food or delicacy in Nigeria. It is usually prepared in the evening and many people patronise these suya spots that are often located at the roadside. Anyway, if you are a suya lover, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares signs of a bad suya…
7 Solid Truths About Eating Ponmo (Cow Hide)

7 Solid Truths About Eating Ponmo (Cow Hide)

Ponmo is cow hide which has been processed for consumers to cook and eat like beef. Over the years cow skin popularly called ponmo has become an important delicacy that is eaten by everyone. When you order a plate of eba and egusi soup, you buy ponmo and meat. So, you begin to wonder…
5 Reasons Nigerians Love Titles

5 Reasons Nigerians Love Titles

One thing a Nigerian does not joke with are titles. When you are at a function or addressing him/her, you must announce or get all the titles correctly. If you don’t, they either will call your attention to it or get angry. After all, it is just a title. Ha…not for a…
10 Ways to Say ‘Hello’ to a Nigerian

10 Ways to Say ‘Hello’ to a Nigerian

It is amazing how easily the word “Hello” is disregarded, yet it is one of the most frequently used and meaningful word in our lives. The moment we pick up the phone, to the moment we meet someone for the first time and even when starting a conversation…it is the…
4 Foods You Must Serve at a Nigerian ‘Owambe’

4 Foods You Must Serve at a Nigerian ‘Owambe’

Nigerians are no strangers to partying aka ‘owambe’. It is in the blood of almost every one of them. These events are celebrated with pomp and pageantry featuring resplendent attires, loud music, and tasty and finger-licking cuisine as many party goers eagerly look forward to the food! Plus it’s usually…
6 Tips To Help Women Spend Less on Cosmetics

6 Tips To Help Women Spend Less on Cosmetics

The amount some women spend on cosmetics is quite staggering! You don’t even want to know the amount. In fact, women, themselves, will be astonished by how much they spend on cosmetics. Notwithstanding, you dare not tell some women not to use cosmetics or makeup. Some women will say: you…
4 Reasons Why Garri is Bae

4 Reasons Why Garri is Bae

Garri is a popular West-African food processed from cassava tubers. It is considered a ‘life-saving’ food by many and is versatile enough to be prepared into a variety of meals. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 4 varieties of sumptuous dishes garri can be made into. Garri and Groundnut…
Ilorin: The City of Harmony

Ilorin: The City of Harmony

 By Ogunfowoke Adeniyi Ilorin is located in North Central Nigeria was founded in 1450 and is dominated by the Yorubas, one of the three major Nigerian ethnic groups from South West, Nigeria. In spite of the large presence of the south-westerners, you will find that other ethnic groups especially of Hausa…
Fashion Items that Stayed Trendy in 2016

Fashion Items that Stayed Trendy in 2016

Fashion trends change every time, in fact some people don’t repeat fashion trends or follow one for more than a month. There are a lot of trends and wears that were seen as top brands in the 80s that people of these days would never want to be caught wearing,…