History of Nigeria
Late Nigerian novelist, Onyebuchi 'Buchi' Emecheta, has been celebrated by online search engine, Google on what would have been her 75th birthday.
In this history post, Legit.ng recalls the controversial incident involving the invasion of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation in Ibadan and the subsequent areest and trial of Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka in 1965.
Nigeria is a country with several diverse and beautiful cultures. This can be judged from their traditional attires, folklores, practices and more. Legit.ng has gathered interesting things to know about the Efik culture.
Growing up in Nigeria as a child in any home you know you had different ways to pass your time and have fun with friends. Every generation had what was common to them, for some generation it was either to farm or swim.
Regarded as one of the largest ethnic groups in Nigeria, the Tiv people are an ethno-linguistic group in West Africa with a population of over seven million throughout Nigeria and Cameroon.
Legit.ng spotted a video showing the first batch of corps members inaugurated by Yakubu Gowon himself. These corps members were observing the march-past on a parade ground. In their funny attires, they did quite an impressive show