Have you ever gotten lost in Lagos? Hopefully not, but if you have been, welcome to the club. In an article, BBC described Lagos as a city that won’t stop growing and judging from statistics, this statement is true. The city is home to more than 21 million people and 6,000 persons migrate daily in…
Let’s head back to Osogbo, the art gallery is a contemporary one storey building, entry fee is free and you only need cash to purchase artworks or souvenirs. I visited on a hot afternoon and there were no other tourists at the time – a huge win for me.
The tour of the premises commenced on the ground floor after being acquainted with the tour guide, he provided in depth details about each artwork plus he was very enthusiastic. The floor featured wood carvings, oil paintings, embroidery, pencil sketches, furniture, batik and tie and dye. There were also a few photographs of Chief Nike’s achievements.
Today, I’ll be sharing with you how I visited 4 south-western states in Nigeria.
Before I start, it is almost impossible to define the term “visit” in one sentence. Depending on varying situations, it could be touchdown in a geographical location, a lengthy stay or even for some via the internet.
A couple of weeks ago during another voyage from Lagos to Osun I got to view different states in snapshots.