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Nigeria

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NIGERIA
by: TRISTIN CUNNINGTON
Thanks for watching
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigeria#Law
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights_in_Nigeria
http://wikitravel.org/en/Nigeria

What it would cost and how long to travel
It would cost me $189 a night- 7 nights- $1323
$2158.63 to fly
Leave Edmonton Mon Feb 9 get there wed Feb 11 39h (with drive)
Leave Enugu Wed Feb 18 get to Edmonton Thurs 19 46h (with drive)

NIGERIA
President- Goodluck Jonathan
Vice President- Namadi Sambo
Population- 2013 estimate 174,507,539 people
Official language- English

What would change my WV
There's a lot of different things in Nigeria that you probably would never see in Canada.
Child marriage remains common.
Estimated 700000 slaves
Alcohol consumption, homosexuality, infidelity and theft carry harsh sentences, including amputation, lashing, stoning and long prison terms.
Same-sex couples serve up to 14 years each in prison/ anyone who helps them or witnesses them is served up to 10 years
The police viewed as inefficient and corrupt.
The police have been involved in killing people without a trial.

What is there to eat?
In Nigeria there's some different food but a lot of soup.
404 pepper soup 404 means “dog meat”
Soup (afang, orka, owo, etc.)
Pepper is really hot in Nigeria
Puff-puff (fried donuts)
and more.
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