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    DavidF Nigeria is worth visiting from an anthropological level or business angle. It has 150 million people and some of the oldest settled cultures in Africa. At a base level it is innately the most sophisticated African culture out there whether its the feudal Hausa whose rules still live like Medieval Arab princes or the Yoruba whose nouveau riche know how to splurge or the Igbo whose republicanism village and towns are almost set out like English villages and towns. Its advanced from that social angle. But governance is a complete disaster in Nigeria and it shows with the way everyone is hustling in order to survive and get around all the obstacles to human well being the Nigerian govt are experts at setting up.

    Its an interesting country to visit but living? Nigeria will quickly make you realize that life can be a lot easier.
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    Hi Guys

    I am a guest user here. I am from India. I have a query and am not quite sure what to do about it,I received a job offer from Superlative Tower Hotel in Abuja they want me to join asap however since am from India i am not quite sue but the work culture,people,cultural diversity,cost of living in Nigeria. Can someone also suggest the monthly expenses even if I am provided with an accommodation? Can someone suggest as to what to do. Some articles in this forum is making me a bit too scared though. I am not quite scared of diseases like Malaria I can take proper vaccines for that and host of others if required apart from that what are the problems in the job and city life can I face?Please send me a reply to [email protected]
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    hi I am traveling to lagos negeria in December 2010 I already purchase my ticket on sale round trip. I was told from the traveling clinic that I need yellow fever, Typhiol, hepatitis A hepatitis B menegitis, Tenus, polio and Malaria to travel to the city part of lagos for one week. I will be traveling alone and visting a friend as well as staying in a hotel. at first I was so scared be he reassured me that he would be with me every day. can someone pleasegive me some information on what I just stated. thanks Chrissty
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    My friend will be picking me up at the airport thank God.. so I wont be rob also I was told to take only cash no credit cards. last but not least every where I go I will be taking and sleeping with my pass port for sure. In the begining I was so scared it was crazy but now I'm a little relaxe someone anyone please let me know why is it so unsafe to travel to Lagos thanks Chrissty..
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    Interesting comments about Lagos and Nigeria, everyone! I couldn't help but laugh at some of them. I am Nigerian and lived in Nigeria a long time before I moved to the UK and even I don't like Lagos at all. Travelling to Lagos as a lone tourist might seem very adventurous but not the best thing to do if you don't have to. Nevertheless, most Nigerians are good people and if you know anyone you can trust make sure they go with you as opposed to going alone. If you must go alone go to Abuja instead of Lagos. It's cleaner, saner and safer but no less hot than Lagos. It is also a more expensive city to stay in. There are also many foreign tourists and wealthy Nigerians there and you should be able to cope much better. If you stay in a good hotel, you would most probably be spared the frequent power outages and you would also have air conditioning which would make your life easier. Keep an open mind and a good sense of humour and you would have a cracking good time there.
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    I have been reading this thread with great interest. I have previously lived in Nigeria as a European for over 15 years until the mid 80's. We had to leave because it became too dangerous for us to stay. From the comments I have read this seems to have only become worse over the years. Please believe what these people are saying... the negative stories they tell I believe. In fact, much of what they have said I have experienced too and worse (if that's possible).

    Roxy, please listen to Joel... sadly, I could also tell you stories about Nigeria that are unbelievably true too.
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    hahahaha all lies, there is no africa country as peaceful and fun to be like nigeria.

    half of our population are white and the keep coming in by the sec.

    they are all still alive and making there cool money. some of them are so conversant with the routes that they drive themself thas to show how long they have lived there.

    nigeria is over populated today thanks to the the white.

    nigeria is the best place to be and the best people to migle with.

    so come have fun this dec. in NIGER where the real fun lives
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    Wow! I dunno what to think or how to feel! Im a Nigerian, born in Aba schooled in FGGC Umuahia and family in Onitsha. Im currently in the Uk and havent gone back since I moved here 8yrs ago...
    Im quite homely, only ever went to Lagos once to visit my Aunty when I was 12 but then she wudnt even let me leave the house to buy sweets and told me all these horror stories which I believed then.
    Now Im 23 I met an amazing Australian guy who after showing me his life in Oz I want nothing more than to take him to Nigeria plus I miss my family.
    He is white and we love travelling.we are thinking of going in the summer but Im most scared for his safety esp with all the kidnap stories! I dont care about anything else. Ive had malaria so much that I know to take precautions etc
    Also I worry that I may not know the ropes, were to take him (aside visiting family). I feel a necessity for this but need help. We will prob fly to Porthacourt and then perhaps car hire or Taxi to Aba, then Onitsha bus or Taxi with him in it? Is security ie bodyguards accesible and how much might it cost? and obv Abuja, Lagos and maybe somewhere else to do the tourist thing.
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    Hi everyone l juz happened to come across this forum which l can relate 2. l am a white Australian woman. l met a man through facebook l friend requested him and we have been chatting for around 8 months he is from Abuja Nigeria. ln about the 1 month he said he loved me then in about the 3 month he said he wanted to marry me and l guess that is where the issues started. We would chat through facebook and msn and we would webcam but his of course did not work so l naver saw him only photos on his facebook. He wanted to meet me but l had heard so many unsafe stories about that area l was to scared to travel over there so l thought it would be better if he came here but 2months before we decided to set a date for him to come out the contact was suddenly reduced to a phonecall once a week but l had to call him. He told me he had fallen on hard times that he had to sell his computer which l believe it is hard to get work in Abuja. l did send a letter of invitation for him to come here on a tourist visa but then l asked him not to come because l thoght there was not anough contact between us and l was scared he was only using me to get over here. My question is how do l know if he is tellin me the truth that he loves me or if he is scamming me after l asked him not to come here he said he wants me to go over there is it safe for me????? ls there any other options in meeting him????
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    Hi all,
    I have been asked to take a trip to Lagos sometime next year by my company. Right now, i live in Texas. After reading all these comments and opinions, i'm little bit confused to take up my assignment in Lagos. Plz let me know that how safe is Lagos to travel.One more thing, I work for some oil company and i heard that there are some big conflicts between oil companies and locals there; much of it kidnapping and violence. Would I be a prime target out there from these locals?
    I'm worrying about this,please let me know what opinions you have in this regard.

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    Once was blind but now can see. For what the eyez sees and the ear hears make the mind to believe. In this case many people have heard many negatives about Nigeria but haven't seen it. It takes a free mind to find. Give it a try & you will testify.
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    at sam, lagos and Abuja is fine. No kidnapping or sort. u can walk and dine like any other person out there esp in Abuja but note this:
    MOST PART OF LAGOS OUTSIDE V.I., IKOYI AND LEKKI area (these are where ur company wud house u anyway) IS UNBELIEVABLY INSANE - nt in the sense of dangerous bt in disorganise and rowdy, tho most company wud provide a local driver for u. I REPEAT NEVER, NEVER ATTEMPT TO DRIVE UR SEF- U WILL NEVER B ABLE TO HANDLE IT. U COULD EVEN FIND UR SEF CRYING ON THE STEERING.

    the life as an expat is cool, where u wud be house is the high end, expensive , classy (african standard, nt too far from western tho). the atmosphere is free and care free. NOTHING is ever taken too serious. Nigerian don't take things too personal. saying a sorry moves mountains over there.

    u re expected to say sorry to instances u wud say its a pity, or what a shame in the western world.
    eg if someone fall around u, u re expected to say sorry ( nt just -- are u ok?, lol). if u don't say sorry u wud be seen as insensitive.

    THEN, if ur company takes u to the south- portharcourt or warri. my dear it use to b grim out there ( its calm now, since the amnesty. there has nt been any kidnapping for the past 8 - 12 months).

    there is a large EXPAT community in Nigerian, i believe u will b fine. they will show u the way.

    surprisingly, after 2 months u wont want to leave. its quite addictive.

    u wud learn to stand ur ground in the most sarcastic, charade acting.

    learn to speak the street English -- pigin. locals like it when a foreigner speaks it even if its just a phrase.
    easiest to grasp is: NO WAHALA --- meaning no problems.
    seeing a local and saying == "i want NO WAHALA " is always a catchy line. lol

    enjoy ur stay.
    endeavour to get a friend take u to the downtown market and experience rowdiness in its purest form. its unbelievable bt surprising weird FUN. u wud find ursef upset yet laughing all thru.
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    Wow! I have been reading all the comments. It's always the same. It's either good or bad. I have some Nigerian friends here in the U.S. and I chat with alot of them on Facebook and Yahoo. A few i talk to on phone. Some of them are from Lagos, Kano, Kaduna, etc. I would'nt mind seeing Naija for myself but i'm scared of what i'm hearing. Some of my Nigerian friends tell me that its not all that great living there at the same time some say that it is a nice place to visit.I also have friends that have gotten sick with malaria there. I've seen many pictures that was sent to me via email and multimedia msgs and it looks like they are havin a good time. At this point it's really confusing. I've been asked to come for a visit but i'm havin mixed feelings about it. For now i think it's bestvfor me to wait and be more informed.
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    The volunteer organisation VSO has about 50 international volunteers in Nigeria at any time and many of them (including myself before I left in October 2010) keep blogs which will give you great insights into the non-expat (i.e. poor white person's) lifestyle in Nigeria.

    Mine is at but there are many others.

    If you're not an adventurer and haven't travelled much, Nigeria may be a bit of a challenge, but rather for its organisation than anything else. The electricity hardly works however something I learned: it is possible for humans to live without constant electricity. If that thought horrifies you - stay away!

    Go around looking like the rich foreigner you probably are and you may be robbed but that's no different to most of the places you come from. I was there 2 years in a semi rural area and never paid a bribe, never got sick and never had a car accident. It is possible.

    I've lived in London for 20 years and been within 10 miles of 6 bomb explosions and 5 young men have been stabbed in separate incidents across the capital in the last month.

    Think of Nigeria as an adventure: take every precaution, and follow the advice of where to and not to travel and don't put yourself in danger and you'll have a fantastic time: you, like most of my VSO colleagues, will not be surprised that Nigerians come out as the happiest people in the world, time and time again.
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    my dad lived in Lagos,Nigeria most of his life, it is a warm and comforting place in some areas, but very dangerous in others. If you dont live there, and you are just a tourist, i advice that you dont go there all by yourself. other than that the beaches are relaxing and not very loud. There are a lot of people there, so try not to get lost! And dont ever give anybody there your credit card number or open a bank account if you arent goinq to permately stay there because they will indeed scam you in the snap of a finger. They are very clever, but you can be more clever then them!(:
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    Ray can you tell me the rest of the story as im interested to see what happen
    did you go to him or did you let him come here
    Please let me know

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    I met someone through facebook who says she went to Lagos to invest in coben investments and never got her product. She saya that she is now eating leftover food from a nieghbor, she now wants to have me help her. There is more to this story that made me Question if she was telling me the truth so I set up another email account under anther name to see what would happen. I got the same story almost word for word. I am wondering if this is typical of the Nigerian people to give some kind of sob story to try and get north american people to send money there. Does this sound like some kind of scam to you? I could give this persons name if asked, as well as alittle more of the story I was told
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    Hi Marty

    No this is not what Im going through, but it could well be a scam there are few website out there that talk about these scam and many scams from nigeria.
    Type in the name into one of the search engines and see what you find.
    Chances are if it is a scam and others have reported it you'll find more out about it.
    On these forums the is a law trying to stop the scams. I can remember which one but tell the full story there so other people know and might contacted you . Once if find it I will let you know which one and the sign in name.

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    ok Marty
    go to search and type in lagos
    and then go to "Scams in Lagos Africa"
    hopefully this helps as I know it hard to follow the stories and different forums on this site.
    I found if I type Nigeria or Lagos in the search there is a lot of info out there on scams
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    Hey all, just figured I would share a little more info on the potetial scamm I came across. The name this person gave is Coker Mirrella Adams. This person said she was originally from San antonio Texas and went to Lagos Nigeria to by diamons from coban investments and got scammed out of everything. She(maybe a he, not sure anymore) started to talk obout love right away(figured that this was too soon and set of an alarm bell) then went on to say ashe was eating moldy leftover food from a neighbor and was using that persons computer. This really made me wonder, that is why I created another email account too see what would happen. When this Coker Millera Adams responed too the other email, it was almost exactly the same, nearly word for word. Even started to talk about being in love from the second email. This person would not even give personal information know matter how hard I tried to get it. Even said I would not send money if she would not share personal info if she was in love. Got very angry when I did this and said something about not being a good or smart person if I would not help someone who was in love. Anyone who comes across this Coker Mirrella Adams, be careful, chances are this person is a scammer. Take care, everyone and be carefull. Thanks for your time. P.S. if anyone has info on this person, Would you be willing to share it?
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    One thing you should all know is that Nigerians dont have those English scam names you all do mention!!!! So just know if the name is not African he's not Nigerian. And you need verify who you chatting with always ask for video chat on skype!!!!!. And Nigeria isn't as filty as people say. Everywhere in the world there is a ghetto!! I've travelled well enough to say this. If you go to Nigeria stay in the big cities as a newbie. Lagos stay in Victoria Island/Lekki ,and maybe Ikeja GRA abuja same thing. Stay away from places where the poverty levels are high. Poverty = robbery, theft, scam anywhere in the world. TIll you are comfortable stay in the big cities and places that are more safe. Dont go into small towns and remote places with less civilization. Its a country with 140million people. And I think only 20million of them uses the internet and maybe 100k uses for scam; fucking the rest 19.9million up. lol There are people in nigeria that dont even know about the scams. lol I bet 40% of the population are illiterates.
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    @ Simo21
    Are you back from Nigeria ????
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    Nigeria is not bad as you people think because am from Nigeria. but the only thing I can say is this, there many scammers here using email like, dating, promising big money, lotto winnings,even if you receive an email from UK lottery, just know that the person is from Nigeria. nigeria has changed from bad to good now not as bad as before.

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    What I hear so far is unbelievable. The company I work for undertook a project in Nigeria in 3 different cities. Neither of these cities are Abuja nor Lagos. Probably smaller cities that are heavily industrialized. My father has been there 15 years ago and explained to me that they needed security gun-men all the way from the airport to their hotel.

    Many times he was offered prostitutes either women or smaller children. He told me once that he asked for a 3 year old girl and the man said that he has available one.

    They do whatever for money. My father got freaked out. I remember that he came back half the weight he was before because he detested the non-hygienic kitchen and food. Although the money is very good you have to sacrifice yourself for a few months there and try to switch your brain to OFF function in order to be able to survive what you are about to see.

    What I say is not my experience but it's my father's experience who lived and worked there for 5 months. So what I tell you is 100% genuine.

    Now it's my time to go there and my father explained to me that things are better for food and hotels there but I can't. The money is very good but I decided not to go there. I am very scared that my mind is not going to discard what I am going to see there and somehow I will be affected by it.

    Then all these medicines to go there ! NO way man ! I have no job and I am looking for a job. I am being offered really good money in Nigeria but I am going to say no. I don't want to be ungrateful especially in these days and in this economy but at least I will not go to Nigeria ! I promise !

    That's it for me. I want to state that I am not American and Not English or Australian. Non-English. I am European and quite close to Africa.
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    WOW on all this comments. i am Nigerian and wondering where i live right now because this stories are fabulous. There is plenty of bullshit here but @ Dakar yours takes the cake! Your father is crazy enough we dont need you adding to him so stay in your european country close to africa. 3 year old wtf!
    What annoys me most about all these is how nigerians are always going out of their way to be nice to foreigners. apart from the desperate love seekers who get scammed every other person who gets scammed does so out of greed. 3 years ago an american got scammed of 480k dollars as part payment for acquiring the nigerian national petroleum company NNPC after laughing off my head i wondered if national companies in US are for sale and to foreigners. Are you coming to nigeria alone? best bet is stay at a pricey hotel and get the hotel to find you a tour guide first few days then decide if u want to run back or stay some more because if you listen to these stories you will become as confused as i have become even though i live right here in abuja.
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    Hi guys,
    I am an Indian and i have been asked by my company to visit Lagos for 3 months. I will be traveling alone there. Most probably my company will arrange for a driver at the airport and a guesthouse as well.. Please tell me if Lagos is safe for Indians? I have heard some horrifying stories about the airport itself. What precautions should i take at the airport, considering i am alone and will be traveling there for the first time..
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    Hi it has been intersting to read these comments. Much the same have a guy who after 5 mins on line loves me and wants to marry me. Would love me to go over or as I said i doubt it he then said to have a invite letter and with my help he would come over here to Australia.............
    Now i don't trust men i meet here so no way am I going to trust men from Nigeria.
    I would love to know what happened to some of these people with stories above did you go over and what happend...
    There is a book called " I did not come to you by chance". It is written by a guy that scams others. I would love to read it BUT i don't want to buy the book just seems another way but at least honest way of scamming money from me..............
    So would love to hear the end or the start of a new begining of stories on here.
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    Roxy, would love to know did you ever go to Nigeria and did your guy turn out ok? :-)
    Am very curious to know what happened.
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    hi i am a polish girl that visit Nigeria a view months ago i've been to lagos, Enugu, Onitsha and Abakaliki, i've stayed there for one month and i have enjoyed it a lot. i have red all the stories that some where writting and i just laugh cos Nigeria is certainly not so dangerous, u surely have to watch out who ur talking to and where u go but it is like in other countries in Europe or America! the weather was hot but after three days u get use to it and it feels a bit cooler, mosquitos r bitting in Lagos the most and the funny thing is u cant even see them.

    i never ve'been to Nigeria before it was my first time and i was also kind of scarred cos all those stories but belive me if u r not looking for any trobles, trouble will also not find u, all this time i had one expirrience with traveling, on my way to the East of the country armed robbrers attack the bus in front of us and it is true that it happen a quite lot on the highways but less in the day time, dont dare to travell in the night!!!!!! i went to Nigeria alone with my two years old doughter and also she didnt have any problems with adjusting to the weather or people. everybody there is very kind and ready to help u unlike in Europe, everywhere u go u hear people calling u Onyiocha or Oibo whitch means " white person", i learned to reply " baba dudu" mean black person in yoruba language cos yorubas r most tribe in Lagos and they liked it a lot when i was saying that, cos that meant that i asociated with them.when u go to the markets they want u to come and see their shops offering u all the goods that they r selling and also one tip about buying anything there:ask first friends if u have ones over there to tell u the prices cos u will never buy at the normal rate, the price will b always 3x higher than ussual so always price with them which they like it also!

    It is also true that there is a lot of dust and garbagge dumped on the streets but common! u r not going there to remember only garbagge and bad smell, there is soooooooo many lovelly places that r clean and colorful, flowers in the gazons that u will forget imidietly the other side of this country.Thats the beauty of africa it has so many diffrent faces!!!!

    if comes to money just watch ur bag or wallet and thats it! no further instructions...cos nobody is searching u on the streets, i had personally all my money always with me and i felt totally safe

    Nigeria is the country to see for sure and i hope that i will go back there again cos i didnt see half of what i wanted! and i didnt get any HIV or other disease so it is SAFE for any Non african citizen....

    Anybody who will want to go Nija in future i would say dont wait any longer it worth to see the beauty of this country and kindness of the people!!!!
  • Hi @agga23,
    I am trilled to read your exciting experience during your visit to Nigeria.
    The Amazing thing to note is, reading comments from those who know little or nothing about this West African country.
    I am a tour operator based in the commercial nerve centre of Nigeria called Lagos.

    I quite agree with you about the many faces of Africa but, one thing is sure, critics will be disappointed to see the opposite of the negative comments posted.

    first time travellers to any country should seek the help of Local tour companies to handle your trip needs if need be i.e meet and assist at the airport , airport transfers, hotel/apartment booking, guided tour etc. You can however travel to Nigeria independently and observing the basic travel precaution is essential to enjoying your trip.

    Experience Nigeria, Good People, Great Nation
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    It is definitely safer to live in Lagos than in SouthWest London. If you think you do not like the busy and hustling life in Lagos, then try Calabar. The people are nice in calabar and the city was developed with tourism in mind.
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    Agga I was wondering if you could tell me about your experience in Abakaliki specifically? How was it there in terms of hospitality and general safety? AM interested as meant to be travelling there in next few months will be my first time to Nigeria and I will also have my young daughter with me (and my husband who is from there originally).
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    Hi I am planning on visiting nigeria, lagos in july, I am currently looking for a flight out of New York does anyone have any suggestions on what is the best airline to use. Arik is the only direct flight and that takes 11 hours. There are several airlines that go to nigeria but they all makes stops. Please Help I am ready to book my flight! Thanks!
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    No Nigeria is not a Tourist desenation

    Very far from it

    Please note that people with breathing problems should (unless need to) not come here

    The air quality is very very poor.

    Most westerns do not remember dates of vacciation but if coming here please remember the date of your yellow fever injection ask customs here can as anything.

    Will post more later on my return home from Nigeria

    Please keep eye open for new discussion


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    Ive just returned from a visit to Lagos and if I will be honest it is a bad place but not as bad as media will make you believe. If you have the right people to take care of you and don't flash to much in public, you'll probably be fine. It is strongly advised to have someone waiting for you in the airport. Your first experience with this city might be shocking which will make you a easy target for scams and thieves which might just wear a uniform. Don't trust anyone you don't know but try to stay polite at all times. Heavily guarded escort is the fastest way to get thru the chaotic traffic in the
    evening. Traffic jams will get you jammed for hours and hours while the crazy traffic passes by from all sides around you. At the same time it is not the safest way, it attracts the attention of real gangsters and will look at you as a valuable kidnapping target. I wouldnt advise to go out on the streets by yourself either if you are not familiair with the place is not a good thing to do, especially not after dark set in. Just keep it average and have someone reliable and known with the place pick you up, that will pretty much be the person you will be depending on during your entire stay in Lagos.
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    Lagos is a great place to visit. Great nightlife, great clubs, hip, well-educated, ambitious people. To get the most out of this unique city, stay on 'the island' - the other half of the city which is really upmarket with world class hotels, clubs, tourist resorts, and first class residences. All the better if you have a Nigerian friend to take you around. You'll have an absolute blast.
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    hi Ross

    You must have love this Great nite life full of girls willing to sell them self for what every they can get

    As a female there night life is not to brag about girls as youngs a eight in these nite clubs

    I would not recommend that Lagos as a great place to visit


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    Hi,I would like to visit Lagos as a tourist.I would be alone,female & white.Do you think that will put me in any danger ?????
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    Most of these comments seem to be made by people that have never visited Lagos! LOL!

    Like all cities in the world there will be pros & cons!

    I am 23years old born and raised in London. I first went to Nigeria in 2008 with my mum because I was misbehaving at school. Rather than a punishment this turned out to be the best holiday ever. I stayed at Porthacourt with family and had the time of my life.

    In April 2011 I visited Lagos for the first time. I went with a group of girls but to be honest I kept to myself, met new people and did my own thing.

    I stayed at a hotel called Aries Suite located at Osbourne Estate Ikoyi the hotel was gorgeous. I met a few cousins and we spent our days chilling by the pool then went out for dinner or lunch at Radisson Blu and spent the evening either at a club or at an event LAGOS NEVER SLEEPS

    I was so sad when I came back from London so when I got my next student loan instalment I booked my ticket and went with my sister and best friend. We stayed for 5 weeks at a hotel called Manyxville located at Lekki phase 1. Honestly this was the best Christmas ever we had so much fun. Every evening we'd get back to the hotel and gist about the day. We even went to protest during the subsidy crisis and I remember calling my mum in London to tell her and she cussed us to go back to the hotel LOL!

    I have since returned to Nigeria 4 times this year on my own. Like seriously all this street wise thing that goes for all cities. I personally don't club anymore I am actually setting up my own business which is going so well and I have met amazing people. I love Nigeria and I cannot wait to finish my degree and get back to Nigeria.

    Polluted air? LMAO at least our government aren't participating in chemical trials! (Please google)

    Travel with security?! You might aswel wear a sticker on your head that says 'hey I'm important Rob me!'

    Airport issues? LOL the only issues I have ever experienced at Lagos airport is waiting 1hour for my luggage but they are currently renovating the airport.

    Don't travel late at night unless you are with a group of people you can trust.

    To be honest I wouldn't do what I don't do in London in Nigeria. I won''t travel late at night or even get on a night bus. I won't trust or follow random people, I wouldn't go clubbing on my own.

    Just go to Nigera and be nice, kind and polite. See nigeria for yourself. My white sisters don't go and fall in love and keep your pants on LOL! Don't put yourself in an awkward situation. Book your hotel from here, make sure you have money and to be honest if you are going for the first time go with someone. Plan your trip get the hotel to arrange a tour guide.

    It doesn't matter where you go in the world it is God that protects. So pray before you leave the house/hotel :-)

    Checkout my website like I said I went to Nigeria and was inspired to do something big! I will forever Nigeria.

    If I had money I would be there now. Who wants to pay for me LOL if you'd like to work on my show check my site and sign up! You'd be required to live and work in Lagos for a month!

    @Angeleyess I don't believe you have ever been to Nigeria talk less of Lagos. You will never see a young girl of eight lol at a club. I went to every club on the island and never ever saw young children especially as thier are huge bouncers at the door! Who would let them in? Most people drive or have a driver what reasonable person would drop a child to a club. Please don't rubbish my country and stop with the lies. Where is the proof? If you saw this why did you not take a picture and blog about it or report it to the blogs such as Linda Ikeji or Bella Naija?
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    tell me some thing can you com to lagos as a visitor on your own and go to visit the SCOAN TB Joshua church. i see where you have to apply on line. whats the deal with that. can any 1 advise. i want my husband my 5 & 8 year old kids to travel with me as well.

    blessed love.
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