Nigeria

 
 

There is something about Nigeria. Brimming with authenticity, culture, history, and desire, the country demands you fully embrace its culture - less and you will miss the connection.  I had an amazing 10 days in Nigeria and vlogged it as a keepsake. Check out the vlog below and itinerary.

Top attractions include Lagos Fashion week, Lekki Conservation Centre, La Campaign Tropicana, Eko Atlantic PLUS an incredible story of journey [and near-death experience], to the Badagry slave port.  Links promised plus full itinerary below.


Links Promised in Video

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Improving the lives of Women in the Urban-Slum Communities with easy access to Quick Loan.

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Slum2school Africa is a volunteer-driven developmental organization with a vision to transform the society by empowering disadvantaged children to realize their full potential.


Itinerary

 

Day 1

Morning
Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Forum 2018
Evening
Drinks at Zenbah

Day 2

Morning
Shopping at Balogun Market
Evening
Lagos Fashion Week

Day 3

Morning
Makoko School Opening Ceremony
Evening
Watch a play at Muson Center
Drinks at R.S.V.P

Day 4

Morning
La Campaign Tropicana
Evening
Dinner at BBQ and Cravings

Day 5

Morning
Art Day: National Museum and Red Door Art Gallery
Afternoon
Lunch at Terra Kulture
Visit to Eko Atlantic

Day 6

Badagry Slave Port

Day 7

Morning
Brunch at Spur Restaurant
Evening
Genesis Cinema to watch King of Boy

Day 8

Morning
Tour of Lekki Conservation Centre
Quick Shopping at BathKandy for gifts
Evening
Drinks at Shiro Restaurant and Bar

Day 9

Crashing a wedding: First time being at a Nigerian wedding!

Day 10

Last Day :( Brunch at Eko Hotel
Travel to South Africa

 
 
 
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