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Our first ever #wcw is to @adedayojoseph1st She was one of our Waka buddies last year and I’ve been following her work. Amazing is the only word that describes what she does. Read. #Repost @adedayojoseph1st (@get_repost) ・・・ The first time in my life I heard the word cancer, I was 6 years old and my...
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  Abidjan is the economic capital of Cote d’lvoire. It is one of the most populous French speaking cities in Africa. Things to do in Abidjan: City tour of Abidjan Banco National park Museum of Civilisation Art Galleries Night life experience Religious monuments Visa not required for Nigerians but transit visa will be required if...
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Waka to the West tourist Destinations… IDANRE HILLS. Idanre I was told means, Amazing wonders. And that’s exactly what it is. From a few miles to the town centre, a new visitor will not cease to marvel at the aesthetics, architecture and thoroughness with which nature assembled these hills of various shapes and sizes. It...
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The last male northern white rhinoceros named Sudan was euthanised over the weekend in Kenya. Leaving only two females with which conservationists hope to save the species from extinction through IVF (how about that?). Sudan, the “gentle giant” who lived in the Ol Pejeta conservancy in Kenya, was put down on Monday after the pain...
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Helpful apps you should have as a Waka Waka, especially good for travels outside Naija, connecting flight brouhaha, delayed flight, canceled flight, etcs. 1. Tripit and Tripcase: TripIt (iOS | Android) and TripCase (iOS | Android) are travel itinerary apps that contain almost all details of a trip, including flight, car rental, lodging, and other...
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Visiting South Africa and attending #indaba2018 was a must for us this year. South Africa is such a beautiful place we had to find direct access to selling it. Mission accomplished! Indaba made that possible. We have all our partners in place and ready to give you an experience of a lifetime. South Africa has...
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Without a doubt, one of the biggest hassles when you’re traveling around the world is airport security. The lines are long, the TSA agents are sometimes invasive, and it seems like the rules for what you can and cannot have in your carry-on change every time you go. Want to roll through the security line...
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