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Etymology

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Places to Meet People

Places to Meet People

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How to Find a Date

How to Find a Date

Sexynaija.com – Sexynaija.com is not a new kid on the block; it’s been around since 2005 making it the oldest dating site on this list. It is very easy to communicate with other single guys and girls on sexynaija. They provide applications like instant messenger chat, chat room, your own internal email, forum and even a blogging application all in a bid to help you communicate effectively with other singles on the site. Sexynaija can confidently boast of 534 visits to the site daily and they have over 31,000 registered members. The site is completely free for everyone to use. [lifestyle]

Naijaplanet.com – Naijaplanet.com is a 100% free dating site. They make it easy to search for and communicate with people in their community by providing easy to use tools like the basic and advanced search functions, instant messaging, chat rooms, video gallery, message boards and more. Naijaplanet.com came to life in 2008; they have a beautiful, simple and easy to navigate website which attracts about 3000 visits daily. Right now, they have about 44,000 registered members. [lifestyle]

Lifecomrade.com – Lifecomrade.com is owned by the same owners of the popular Nigerian forum, Nigerian Best Forum (NBF). It was created in 2011 as a free dating site but was later switched to a paid dating site due to unforeseen circumstances. For now, lifecomrade.com offer 2 types of membership: standard and premium. The standard membership is free while the premium membership cost N3,000 per month. The benefits of being a premium member is not clearly stated on the site neither can it be deduced from the usage of the site. The standard members can do all the major things anyone would want to do in a dating site like comment on a person’s profile/pic, send a private email message and so on. This unclear distinction is probably why almost all its 84,000 members are standard members. [lifestyle]

Friendite.com – Friendite.com was created in 2012 making it the youngest dating site on this list. Friendite since its launch has been among the top growing Social Dating site in Nigeria especially in Anambra State, Awka where it is popularly known. Friendite is more than just a dating site; its members can share photos, videos, create events, blogs and groups, read latest news and play games with other members. Friendite has a beautiful and sleek website and they have attracted over 64,000 registered members so far who visit the site about 9,000 times daily. For now, Friendite is a free dating site. [lifestyle]

Walking Tours

Walking Tours

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Free Things to Do

Free Things to Do

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Festivals

Festivals

DURBAR FESTIVAL – The most ancient and prominent festival in the northern regions of Nigeria, the Durbar festival is popular in Maiduguri, Kano, Katsina and Zaria. Originally intended to mark the advent of a war between ancient kingdoms or regarded as a form of military parade to the emirs and their councils to showcase the fighters who defended the territories, the festival is now performed and considered a ceremonial parade. [vanguardngr]

EYO FESTIVAL – A regional festival that is unique to the city of Lagos, Eyo festival stems from ancient Yoruba history and is speculated to be the inspiration for the modern day Rio de Janeiro carnival in Brazil. The festival features a major parade with participants dressed in while flowing robes that cover their entire body, top hats and sticks; and masquerades referred to as “Eyo” as well as costumed dancers. [vanguardngr]

OSUN-OSHOGBO FESTIVAL – A highly cultural and spiritual festival held annually in Osun State, the Osun-Oshogbo festival is held between the months of July and August and sees thousands of Osun worshippers, observers as well as tourists from all over the world who come to join in on the festivities. Celebrated at the Sacred Osun grove in honour of the river goddess, Oshun of Osun State, the event spans for two weeks. [vanguardngr]

ARGUNGU FISHING FESTIVAL – With an origin traced to the visit of the late Sultan Dan Mu’azu in 1934 who was honored with an akin festival, the Argungu fishing festival has been around for quite some time. The festival, widely popular in Kebbi and Sokoto state areas, is a competitive feast that aims to weigh the fishing skills of the locals. It is usually celebrated between the months of February and March and also marks the end of a farming season. [vanguardngr]

THE NEW YAM FESTIVAL – An extremely popular festival that everyone indigenous to the south-eastern regions of Nigeria look forward to very year, The New Yam Festival is locally referred to as Iriji-Mmanwu, Iwa ji, Iri ji or Ike ji, by the Igbo speaking areas in the region. [vanguardngr]

Public Transit

Public Transit

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Professional Groups & Events

Professional Groups & Events

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Language Exchange

language Exchange

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LGBT Groups

LGBT Groups

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Resources

Resources

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Places in Nigeria

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