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Anago James Akeem Osho Leading International Tourists in Nigeria on a Walking Tour on 19-3-2016

Anago James Akeem Osho Leading International Tourists in Nigeria on a Walking Tour. The climatic condition was sunny but the Visitors were well dressed for the occasion.

Their simple dressing of  Hats, Face caps, Sneakers, Sandals, Trekkers, Sun glasses and Water bottle in their back pack makes the trip smooth and of course, the international guide and Historian of repute, Anago James Akeem Osho, leading the tour.

Through the walk, the Tourists were able to familiarize themselves with the people and their way of life. It was a first hand contact.

They met and related with the people and confessed that Nigerians are a friendly people. One of the Tourists noticed the dressing of the people and was quick to say that Nigerians love colorful dresses.

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