Culture

5 Beautiful Things About The Fulanis

5 Beautiful Things About The Fulanis

One of the most malign ethnic groups in Nigeria is the Fulanis of Northern Nigeria. The news that makes headlines about them are their clashes with farmers. Thus, many Nigerians have the wrong perception about them. As such, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares 5 beautiful things about…
5 Interesting Nigerian Marriage Traditions

5 Interesting Nigerian Marriage Traditions

With 250 ethnic groups, Nigeria can be easily be referred to as a culturally rich country with different ethnic backgrounds and culturally resplendent practices to admire. Marriage traditions is one of such culturally resplendent practices and Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 interesting Nigerian marriage traditions to…
Top Five Tasty Nigerian Soups For Tourists

Top Five Tasty Nigerian Soups For Tourists

  Soups are very important in Nigeria as they are usually served alongside swallows like Eba, Amala, Fufu, and Semo. In Nigeria, we have an uncountable number of delicious soups. In fact, as a tourist, you are spoilt for choices. As such, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares…
4 Things Igbo People Like

4 Things Igbo People Like

Igbo Kwenu! The Igbo people are an ethnic group native to the southeastern and some part of the south central Nigeria. They are an interesting people with a culturally rich heritage and are indeed admirable. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 4 things Igbo people like. Gatherings For…
7 Benefits of Speaking Nigeria’s Three Major Languages

7 Benefits of Speaking Nigeria’s Three Major Languages

Nigeria has three major languages namely Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa. The thing is not a large number of people can communicate in these three languages. This is perhaps because English is our main lingua franca. There are so many benefits of speaking these three languages. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares…
5 Interesting Things About the Yoruba People

5 Interesting Things About the Yoruba People

The Yoruba race is more or less a collection of diverse people bound together by language, culture and history. The Yoruba people are a distinguished people and are well-known as the home to one of Africa’s richest cultures. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 interesting things about the…

How to Conduct a Nigerian Meeting

    By Elnathan John John, a Nigerian satirist, first published this on his blog.  A Nigerian is not just a person who has a green passport or one whose parents are Nigerian citizens. A Nigerian properly-so-called, is one who knows how to live in Nigeria without bursting an artery,…
5 Ways Nigerians Eat Rice

5 Ways Nigerians Eat Rice

Rice is one of the most common food in Nigeria. Every single ethnic group or type has a local dish either made from or eaten with rice. Generally, this is because rice is commonly inexpensive and easy to make. Jumia Travel shares 5 of these local Nigerian meals that include rice. The…
Top 10 Eid Mubarak Tweets from Around the World

Top 10 Eid Mubarak Tweets from Around the World

The End of Ramadan which is Eid-ul-Fitr is here Muslims and their friends have been sharing goodwill messages online and beyond, we present 10 of our favourites from Twitter with #EidMubarak   We use this moment of tremendous blessing to pray for our people, our country. May the joy of…

7 Things You Should Never Do this Upcoming Eid

The celebration of the end of the Holy month of Ramadan is drawing near. It is called Eid-ul-Fitr. A day where all Muslims troop to the praying ground in different parts of the world including Nigeria to offer prayers. On this day, there are certain things you are not expected to…
5 Ways to Stay Healthy During Ramadan

5 Ways to Stay Healthy During Ramadan

During Ramadan, followers of Islam have no choice than to change their eating habits. They have to abstain from food from dawn to dusk. It can take time for the body to adjust to this new routine. The body begins to react to these changes and it can lead to…
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…