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Benin: Benin developed into a major kingdom during the same period that Oyo was becoming dominant to the west.Much has been said and written about Nigeria, her people and culture, economy and politics, that sheds light on the tremendous potential of this African Giant.However, little is known to the outside world about the many exciting tourist attractions available in Nigeria: Historic sites nestled amid rivers and rain forests, breathtaking mountain vistas, remote creek villages, miles of pristine beaches and exotic national wildlife reserves.Yoruba: In the west, the Yoruba developed complex, powerful city-states.The first of these important states was Ile-Ife, which according to Yoruba mythology was the center of the universe.Inland, around the two great rivers, the wet season lasts from April-Oct. Temperatures are highest from Feb-April in the south and March June in the north; they're lowest in July and Aug. HISTORY Virtually all the native races of Africa are represented in Nigeria, hence the great diversity of her people and culture.

It was in Nigeria that the Bantu and Semi Bantu, migrating from southern and central Africa, intermingled with the Sudanese.

Other groups include: Kanuri, Binis, Ibibio, Ijaw, Itsekiri, Efik, Nupe, Tiv, and Jukun.

EMPIRES Kanem-Borno: While there is no direct evidence to link the people of the Jos Plateau with the Nok culture, or the Eze Nri of today with Igbo Ukwu, the history of Borno dates back to the 9th Century when Arabic writers in north Africa first noted the kingdom of Kanem east of Lake Chad.

Bolstered by trade with the Nile region and Trans-Saharan routes, the empire prospered.

In the next centuries, complex political and social systems were developed, particularly after the Bulala invasion in the 14th Century.

There are also museums, festivals, music and dance, a rich cultural melange right down to everyday traditional markets. mi.) Nigeria is the 14th largest country in Africa.