History and Challenges Facing Traditional Healing Practices in Nigeria

Traditional Healing Practices in Nigeria

When you think about Nigeria, what comes to mind? The vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and, of course, its rich tradition of healing practices. Traditional healing practices in Nigeria are deeply rooted in the country’s diverse cultures and have been passed down through generations. They offer an intriguing blend of spirituality, herbal medicine, and community-based approaches … Read more

Historical Context and Case Studies of Urbanization and Cultural Change

Urbanization is a dynamic process, one that’s transforming our world at an unprecedented rate. As more people migrate to cities in search of better opportunities, urban areas swell, giving rise to new cultural landscapes. The interplay between urbanization and cultural change is fascinating and complex. Let’s dive into this captivating topic and explore how urbanization … Read more

Liberian Civil Wars (1989-1996, 1999-2003)

Rebel fighters pose with soldiers from the west African peacekeeping force, Ecomog, in Monrovia in 1992, during Liberia’s first civil war. Photograph: Patrick Robert/Corbis/Sygma/Getty Images

The Liberian Civil Wars (1989-1996, 1999-2003) were brutal conflicts that ravaged the West African nation of Liberia, leaving deep scars on its people and land. These wars were characterized by extreme violence, human rights abuses, and significant political upheaval. Let’s dive into the gritty details of these tumultuous times, exploring the causes, key events, and … Read more

The Rise, Governance & Legacy of Sokoto Caliphate (1804-1903)

The Sokoto Caliphate (1804-1903) is a significant part of West African history, and it deserves more attention. So, let’s dive into this fascinating era that shaped the region’s socio-political landscape. We’ll explore its origins, rise, governance, and eventual fall, and we’ll also highlight key locations and notable figures. Stick around till the end for a … Read more

Religious Practices Existing Around the World

Religion is a deeply personal yet universally shared experience that binds communities, shapes cultures, and influences societies. Across the globe, various religious practices offer a window into the values, beliefs, and rituals that define different faiths. Let’s take a journey through some of the most intriguing religious practices around the world. Religious Practices: A Global … Read more


ORIGIN OF IBIBIO PEOPLE– By Archibong Eyo The Ibibio people are a coastal people in southern Nigeria. They are mostly found in Akwa Ibom, Cross River, and in the Eastern Part of Abia State. The Ibibio are the 4th largest ethnic group in Nigeria. The Ibibio language is probably one of the mother languages of … Read more


SHEEP IN IGBO TRADITION In my community including my humble family almost every family have sheep, but the funny thing is that in our local markets, sheep meats are not available but there’s goat,beef, chicken and some other Bush meat.The truth is that our people do not eat sheep, like many other igbo towns. Sheep … Read more


01 South Africa (48 Globally)Index Score: 63.97 02 Kenya (50 Globally)Index Score: 63.40 03 Tunisia (69 Globally)Index Score: 56.54 04 Algeria (80 Globally)Index Score: 52.88 05 Nigeria (87 Globally)Index Score: 48.49 06 Egypt (88 Globally)Index Score: 47.01 07 Morocco (89 Globally)Index Score: 45.57 Source: Health Care Index Please help us share this, using our share … Read more