Well I have seen and visited...
Well I have seen and visited many restaurant in the city of Lagos and one I like most and guees what, MR BIGS fAST FOODS. Well Lagos is cool place to be and also is lovely cause you can always tour arround in lagos such as the beach,clubs and etc.
Bow to the Yorubas, Shake with the Igbos
There are many tribes and cultural differences in Lagos state as a city. For the Yorubas, the general cultural or customary mode of greeting is by bowing or by prosrating to the elders. As for the Igbos, no problems with shaking hands. They mainly greet Good morning, goodafternoon and good evening.
There is no danger as to the right way of greeting because as a visitor Nigerians would forgive your omitions (your sins).
Bring your First Aides kit
As mentioned in my main page, you have to make sure that you have all the necessay vaccinations taken, for examples Yellow fever, Tetanus, Polio, Hepatitis A&B, Meningitis A&C and Typhoid. Medical facilities are very poor locally and very expensive if you can find one. Bring some basic medication kits Paracetamol, Flu tablets, cough mixture, insect repellent, bandages etc.
Nigeria is categoried as one of the high risk malaria countries. It is important that you take anti-malaria tablets 4 weeks before the visit and continue the prescription for another 4 weeks after you left the location.
Symptoms of malaria may include fever, chills, sweating, weakness, aches and pains, abdominal pains, diarrhea or vomiting. These symptoms are called "nonspecific" because they are not exclusively caused by malaria and are similar to those of the flu. If you experience some of these symptoms in the weeks following your recent stay in a high-malaria-risk country, "think malaria first" and see a doctor asap.
Another video showed a young...
Another video showed a young boy with horrific leg cancer - so severe that the skin was ulcerated away and the bone was protruding. He came to the synagogue church and was prayed for and after a few days part of the bone dried up and came out (this is what he is holding on the paper in his hand) and the ulcerated skin healed up in 6 days - a miracle in itself. Normally the only solution for this cancer would have been amputation.
Traditional marriage the yoruba way
U find from where i come from dat to get a wife isnt really as eay as it looks,cos the woman is seen as an asset and the would be husband will have to go all the way to get her.
This men are on their chest asking for the final permission to get the woman off her parents house
"More on my skl"
On a mountain