Ekombi is a traditional dance amongst the Efik people in Calabar, Cross River State – Nigeria. The movements are derived from the motions of the ocean. It is a graceful dance with incredible footwork, it’s a dance of peace and happiness. Ekombi shows a woman’s beauty and femininity, the dance is also a good platform … Read more

Steps on How to Cook Edikang Ikong Soup

Edikang Ikong / Edikaikong soup is a nutritious Nigerian soup recipe made with a generous amount of fresh leafy vegetables, dried fish and assorted meat. Edikang Ikong used to be referred to as the ”soup of the wealthy”, because of the variety of rich proteins used in making the soup; but today, anyone can enjoy … Read more

6 amazing facts you must know about Efik people

The Efik is an ethnic group primarily located in southeastern Nigeria, in the southern part of Cross River state. They make up a significant number of the Calabar people, they generally speak the Efik language and their signature soup is ‘Edikang Ikong’. The Efik people have an interesting culture that unfortunately most people don’t know … Read more

15 Handy Tips to Get Strong and Healthy Nails

Regardless of whether you’re the kind of individual who strictly paints their nails as a type of self-care or somebody who’s continually picking and gnawing at their fingernail skin, we as a whole long for solid, impeccably manicured nails. Very much prepared nails make you look immediately cleaned (joke planned!) and can even cause hands … Read more

How Nigerian Petrol Attendants Cheat In Filling Stations 

The rise in the price of petrol from ₦165/L to ₦200 Naira/L still leaves a heavy toll on Nigerians, most  have gotten used to the excruciating fact that a litre of petrol now ₦145 Naira. Sadly, as if the skyrocketing price of petrol isn’t enough, the ‘friendly’ Petrol Attendants have found numerous tricks to add … Read more