Lagos Hoteliers Pleads for T.B Joshua

The Lagos State government seems to be overlooking the huge impact of religious tourism to the state’s economy. Considering the high in-flow of religious tourists to the state based on the pedigree of the churches like the Synagogue, Redeem, Winners among others churches that attract high number of worshippers from across the globe in their monthly, and quarterly programmes in […]

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GBEREFU: From slaves’ ‘Point of No Return’ to Africa’s biggest deep sea port

For almost 400 years, little has changed about Gberefu Island in Badagry area of Lagos State. The vast land is sparsely populated as the communities located on it are few and far between, reports OKORIE UGURU. A stretch of sandy soil runs into miles. The beach has little activities except by some white garment worshippers whose churches are located there. […]

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