History of Nigeria
The term ‘Ajala’ or ‘Ajala the traveller’ is used mostly in Nigeria to describe a person who cannot seem to stay in a place but is always on the move. However, there is more to how that term came to be. Read more on Legit.ng.
Just recently, the Olubadan of Ibadan Adetunji Aje Ogungunniso was spotted in Canada with his two wives. The picture has gone viral most especially, because of their dressing. They had to dress in a way that suites the weather.
Following the visit of the Prince of Wales Charles George to the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, the Oba of Benin as asked him to support the agitation for the return of ancient Benin artifacts which were taken in 1897.
A young lady has just taken to her social media handle to share pictures of how a Nigerian man transformed his 1966 Volkswagen Beetle. Looking at the pictures, it is hard for people to know the car was manufactured years ago.
Queen of Sheba was a figure who was first mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. History has it that she brought a procession of gifts for King Solomon. Despite many years of being reported dead, many are yet to trace her true origin.
✓ WHY DO WE STUDY HISTORY � Find out why students and young people from Nigeria and other countries across the world should be attentive in history classes in school, at universities and even learn from oral communication.