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Forget the critics: Nigeria is blessed

Calabar Festivals

Nigeria is a country with over 194 million people and in the face of the international community its a nation which is desperately criticized. According to the former Prime Minister of United Kingdom he states that “We have got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain… Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world”.

Nigeria is corrupt.. yes, but just like every other country which has a government is also corrupt but i guess there are different levels of corruption. In comparing Africa’s corruption to Europe, it’s definitely different as most countries in Europe follow a rule of law and no one is above the law, it also has a structure that every government must follow in order to build the nation and carry its citizens along.  Cecilia Malmstroem says that “The extent of corruption in Europe is “breathtaking” and it cost the EU economy at least 120bn euros (99bn pounds) annually,

Below is a proof of bribery widespread. Remember its not Nigeria?

Nigeria as a country has more to offer than its international critics. One of Nigeria’s tourism hub state known as ‘calabar’ celebrate a festival also called the “Africa’s biggest street party which attracts a lot of foreigners to see. The events starts from the 1st of December to the 31st of December. In the last 4 years international artist like Akon, Young Jezzy, Lucky Dube, Fat Joe, Kirk Franklin and fat Joe has been involved in the occasion to participate. In the capital (Abuja) and lagos we also have some beautiful tourist destinations that foreigners come over to visit. Activities in Nigeria ranges from Hotels, game resort, cultural activities, Nigerian food.

Nigeria is also known for its tourist visit especially for foreigners and their are few places that can be visited

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