The Ogbunike Caves

The Ogbunike caves are located in Ogbunike, Anambra State, Southeastern Nigeria. The collection of caves has been in use for centuries by local people, it’s a tradition that visitors must remove their shoes before entering the caves, women having their monthly cycles are not allowed into the caves....
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Nana Asma'u

Nana Asma’u the daughter of the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate Sheikh Uthman Dan Fadio was born in 1792. She was the first Nigerian woman to publish her first long poem in 1820 “The way of the Pious” and she had other amazing poems to her name including her famous poem “Wakar Gewaye” which is studied in international academic institutes till date.
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How Mechanized Harvesting Is Attracting Youth Into Rice Farming

Diogenes says the foundation of every state is the education of its youth   It’s no news that getting the youths involved in agriculture would take a lot of innovation, involving interesting and fun aspects.     Agriculture is a vital aspect of every state and the involvement of the youth determines how prosperous the economy of the state will be. The youth need to be educated on the importance of getting involved in Agriculture...
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Introducing Buy Now “PayWithSpecta” Later

Introducing Buy Now “PayWithSpecta” Later. Buying on credit just got easier. You can now buy our rice and pay later with Specta. We understand that people have competing needs and limited funds, which is why we introduced the ''PayWithSpecta'' plan on RiceAfrika.com...
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Moremi Statue of Liberty: - The tallest Statue in Nigeria

Moremi Statue Of Liberty Queen Moremi was married to Oranmiyan, the last son of Oduduwa and the father of Eweka I of Benin Dynasty Moremi Statue of Liberty is built in honor of Queen Moremi Ajasoro and it is situated in Ile Ife, Osun State. This status reminds of her bravery and how she saved her people from the Igbo (forest) people. Note: Igbo (forest ) does not in any way relate to the Nigeria Igbo tribe.
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