Ethnologue - Languages of Nigeria|
Information about the living languages of the African country including population,
region, classification, dialects and alternate names.
Search in Category: Science: Social Sciences: Linguistics: Languages: Natural
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Nigerians In America|
A website celebrating Nigerian thought, literature, writers, ideas and arts in
America and the larger Diaspora.
- modified: Apr 01 2009
Wikipedia - Category:Nigerian People|
Directory of famous Nigerians.
Kingdoms of Nigeria|
NGO dedicated to advancing Nigeria, its people and their rich and diverse culture
by providing information on Nigerian kingdoms, traditional rulers and political
- published: May 02 2008
Road Safety Nigeria|
News and information about safety campaigns intended to help reduce the number and
impact of road traffic accidents.
- published: Jul 04 2008
Urhobo Historical Society - Urhobo Waado|
Information on the history and culture of the Urhobo people, one of the main ethnic
groups of the western Niger Delta of Nigeria.
Global List of Women's Organizations - Nigeria|
Provides contact information for groups of women helping others.
- published: Aug 27 2004
Photographic Archive of Art and Culture|
Collection of photos taken during the 1930's, many showing SE Nigerian masks being
Search in Category: Arts: Visual Arts: Native and Tribal: Africa
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Shehu Musa Yar' Adua Centre|
Established in honour of one of Nigeria's leaders, the centre provides news and
information about conference services, the library and exhibition hall.
Site of the Urhobo Historical Society providing historical and cultural
information. Features short stories, conferences, memorials, and list of Urhobo
names with meanings.
Why Nigerians are not returning home|
One in three African university graduate live and work outside Africa. Philip
Emeagwali, a leading African intellectual, suggests how to reverse the brain drain
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- published: Sep 01 1999