Best Foods From North Africa

North Africa

The North African cuisine is the product of a chain of historical, cultural and topographical factors. These regions’ cuisine was influenced by ancient trade routes and links with Europe. Interestingly, the cuisine of North Africa: Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria is packed full of colourful spice mixtures. Jumia Food, Nigeria’s No 1 food ordering platform shares North African dishes to try. Shakshouka Shakshouka is a Tunisian dish that has spread across North Africa. It can be served for breakfast, lunch or as part of an evening meal. It is made…

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Must-See Historical Buildings When You Travel Around Nigeria

Historical buildings

Many people rarely consider adding visits to historical buildings to their itinerary when they travel. Such visits can help them expand their knowledge and can also be a great way to reinforce lessons. Some of these historical buildings have hands-on exhibits and tours which add to the visitors’ experience. This said, Nigeria has no shortage of these historic buildings, sites and landmark. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency highlights some of the historical buildings to visit. Mary Slessor House, Calabar Built in the late 19th century, the Mary Slessor…

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Nabio et Eagle Limited Releases Report On Best Dry Cleaning Service Companies In Lagos State

Nabio et Eagle Limited

Nabio et Eagle Limited, a Lagos based business consultancy firm has released the report of its survey on the topnotch companies in the business of dry cleaning services in Lagos State, the commercial hub of Nigeria. The result of the exercise, which was conducted in the fourth quarter of 2017 showcased the best professional dry cleaners on a league table from thousands of other flight-by-night operators whose ill-structured services only cause pain to customers. According to the report, released to the media at the weekend, leading the dry cleaning companies on…

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In Lagos, The Creative Sector Is Our Oil And Gas – Steve Ayorinde


The Lagos State government has announced that it plans to engage the creative and tourism sectors of the economy to increase the state’s standing as a leisure destination for both residents and visitors. “We know and applaud the fact that Lagos is one of the top three most visited cities in Africa for business,” says Steve Ayotinde, the state’s commissioner for tourism, arts and culture, while addressing the organising partners of the Tourism Innovation and Development Advantage (TIDA) who paid him a courtesy visit. “But mind you when business people…

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