History of Nigeria
There exists an airport in Nigeria that was built solely with contributions of indigenes of the state and not government money. An old list has confirmed this.
Alvan Ikoku is the man whose face adorns the N10 note. The Nigerian teacher, who was born on August 1, 1900, contributed immensely to the education sector.
Jaja Wachuku is an embodiment of everything politicians should aspire to. He did not only represent his country, his influence also had great effects on others.
An emerging old receipt has revealed that Dangote's grandfather Alhaji Alhassan Dantata was one of the pioneer Nigerians in history to make a deposit in a bank.
The Alaafin in the old Oyo empire was surrounded by eight powerful women who had different roles to play in the Yoruba kingdom. One of the women was Iyamode.
A cute photo of the first white wedding in Igede-Ekiti has been shared on LinkedIn. It was the wedding of Mr and Mrs John Oke Agbede held on January 11, 1940.