Friday, June 23, 2017

Poetic Nigeria

Nigeria is a west-african country with a population of about 200 million people.
It is poetic in a number of ways, some of which are:
It is divided into north, east and west by the rivers niger and benue.
In these divisions, the east roughly contains the igbo population, the west the yoruba, and the north the hausa.
The northerners are known to be good herdsmen, while the yorubas are good farmers. The easterners are known to be good traders.
Nigeria gained its independence from Britain in 1960 and apart from a civil war and multiple military rule, it has been a largely democratic society.



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