December 2, 2019

Bee-Keeping in Nigeria – The Unexplored Gold Mind In Nigeria.

Bee-Keeping in Nigeria – The Unexplored Gold Mind In Nigeria. @WPP Jr(Part 1)

A barrel of crude oil retail at $55.17 while a barrel of honey at the international market retail for $1,755.00

Nigerians honey Market alone is worth N3 billion annually, that exclude West Africa/Central Africa.

 “The market for beekeeping and honey production is huge. From cosmetics, medicine, confectioneries, and the pharmaceutical industries, to religious groups, the demand for organic honey and other bi-products is growing.” DANIEL ESSIET.

December 1, 2019

10 Common Misconceptions And Stereotypes About Africa

  By Maurice Oniang'o

When you travel out of Africa and meet individuals who have never been to the continent, most of the time they tend to have certain perceptions that depict the continent in ways that are either not factual or are misleading.  Today, we look at 10 common misconceptions and stereotypes about Africa that have been passed on through various forms of media for decades and are believed to be the true representation of the continent.

October 30, 2019

Edo Traditional Wedding Guide

1.      You have to inform your parents and other elderly members of your family of your intention to marry this woman, and then messages are exchanged with her family to decide on a day for the introduction. This is called Ivbuomo amongst the Esan, which means ‘seeking a bride’. Traditionally, this is the time for each family to conduct any investigations concerning diseases, mental illness and criminal tendencies in the other family.

October 15, 2019

PALM WINE! The Original Esanland Fruit Juice!


The palm-wine we drink, some people can drink it and remain wise; others lose all their senses. Man is like palm-wine: when young, sweet but without strength; in old age, strong but harsh.

October 7, 2019

The Oba of Benin Kingdom: A history of the monarchy

Who is the Oba of Benin Kingdom in Nigeria and why is he so important to so many people?  by Femke van Zeijl
The palace chiefs kneel for the crown prince before they perform the coronation ritual (Femke van Zeijil)
Benin City, NigeriaA wooden staff thumps on the landing in front of the temporary palace. "Long live the king!" bellows Chief Osa, as he raises his fist. The sun reflects off the golden decorations on his horn-shaped red hat.

September 25, 2019


Photo by Osagie Oghodo: Esanland Yam

ESANLAND YAM. It's only a land that’s flowing with milk and honey like Esanland, that you’re guarantee a natural organic harvest like this Esan Yam in this photo.

September 19, 2019


Below are the details amount of Federal Allocation to the 5 Local Government Area of Esanland.
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September 8, 2019


By Williams Ehhizuwa Orukpe & Bridget oghale Omoruyi

Department of History and International Studies, University of Benin 


This paper examines the social impact of Christianity and Western culture on the traditional Esan conception and practice of marriage and family life. In pre-colonial Esan, marriage was held as sacred and the foundation of the society. Hence, marriage, though polygamous was regulated; and the family remained close-knit.