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5 Reasons Why You Must Go On An Excursion To Badagry

Aside learning and communicating all day in the classrooms which often creates boredom for students, most schools embark on an excursion which helps ease the mind of students and enable them familiarize with things they have learnt. However, this trip involves visiting...

5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE BADAGRY HERITAGE MUSEUM

  The Badagry Heritage Museum remains one of Badagry’s finest edifices with an exquisite western architectural design which is over 150 years old. The One-Storey Building has the most comprehensive collections of the transatlantic slave trade within Badagry. The Museum,...

Chrisland School on Tour

  It all started with a call from Mrs Wunmi, as she fixed 2nd of July, 2016, for her proposed visit. We discussed at length on the charges and attractions within Badagry and maintained good communication (follow-up) after her first call. She never revealed to me the name of...

Emerald School, Gbagada on tour

Pupils of Emerald School were on excurion to Badagry with a sole aim of gathering firsthand information on the transatlantic slave trade. However, we met their expectations. Tour Badagry with Exclusive Tour Services

Easter Hols with the Famous Five

You can call them THE FAMOUS FIVE (Moni, Joy, Yinkus, Kate and Cynthia). Never a dull moment with these single ladies. Places visited include: Badagry Heritage Museum, First Storey Building, Mobee Family Slave Relics Mueseum, Agia Tree Monument, Vlekete Slave Market, Point of No...

Badagry: Historical Sites in Badagry

HISTORICAL SITES IN BADAGRY THE FIRST STOREY BUILDING: The Building is reputed known as the first storey building in Nigeria, constructed by the Anglican missionaries under the leadership of Reverend C.A Gollmer in 1845. It has the first modern safe installed in 1856. An African...