If there’s one thing that humans love, it’s a good cultural festival. And by “good festival”, I mean unpredictable wild, absolutely reckless, don’t-try-this-at-home kind of festival. And man, do we have some good cultural festivals. From the uninhibited and debaucherous Mardi Gras to the psychedelic and trippy Electric Daisy Carnival, humans know how to throw a party.
You see these popular symbols all the time, but do you know what they really mean? From the fleur-de-lis to the ankh, these iconic designs hold a lot of historical significance. Join us as we explore the hidden meanings behind 8 popular symbols.
Nigerian Fried Rice is a popular dish in Nigeria and can be enjoyed as a main dish or as a side dish. Markedly, it is typiically prepared with a combination of vegetables, protein, and rice. Below are the steps to preparing Nigerian Fried Rice.
Banga soup is a popular Nigerian dish that is made from the juice extracted from palm nuts. It is a delicious and nutritious soup that is often served with starchy staples like eba, fufu, or pounded yam.
As the largest country in Africa, Nigeria is home to over 190 million people. With such a large population, it’s no surprise that Nigeria has plenty to offer its residents.
There’s always that weird feeling when you’re standing in the midst of people from different cultures and it can be quite awkward. However, there are a few tips you can employ in such a scenario so you avoid doing something that may get your hosts pissed off.