It’s no secret that few weeks ago, there was an uproar in the continent due to South Africans killing fellow Africans foreigners in their country. Most of them blamed other Africans for taking jobs and all the great things in their country even though we know which race they should really be upset with (that’s … Continue reading Nigeria Vs South Africa – Where Is The Love?
Before you head to the airport, make sure you’re not forgetting anything. Who remembers the first time they travelled out of the country on vacation? For me, it was one never to forget because I left my international passport at home and I had gotten halfway to the airport before I realized, so I … Continue reading Vacation Soon? | 5 Things You Should Never Forget When Travelling
Are Staycations the New Vacations? Staycations are such great way to explore your city/country without the hassle of trying to save for an expensive trip out of town. Simply put a staycation is a vacation spent in one’s home country exploring tourist attractions or at a resort. Staycations are becoming increasingly popular as they are … Continue reading Staycations In Nigeria
Travel Wings Is Here To Stay When I got a call about a new online driven travel agency that offered the cheapest rates around I literally rolled my eyes. I mean they all say that right? However, after a bit of back and forth I remembered my planned trip to Ghana and decided to check … Continue reading Discover Your Dream With Travel Wings
Unravel Kano We’ve always wanted to do more tours in Northern Nigeria and this year we’re off to Kano. After reading reviews from Ebere and Esther, it’s the perfect place to kick off our cultural immersion of Northern Nigeria. Join us as we unravel Kano and soak in some history, culture and the sights and … Continue reading Unravel Kano | Sep 29 – Oct 1
214 years ago, the Sokoto Caliphate was one of the largest empires in Africa. This was developed as a result of Fulani jihadists in the now Northern Part of Nigeria. The famous Usman Dan Fodio founded it in 1804 and despite refusing the title ‘Sultan’ he is known as the first Sultan of Sokoto/sarkin musulmi (commander … Continue reading Culture Trip | The Sokoto Caliphate
Apparently I’m A Creative 🙂 So I was recently interviewed by Tush Magazine as a creative under ’30 in Nigeria’. It was pretty cool and I’ve decided to share the link with you guys so you can see the thought process that went into starting Unravelling Nigeria. I speak on the journey and what I … Continue reading Back Stories And All That Good Stuff