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Hi fellow Americans, we just arrive from Georgia to Nigeria, it was an 11h & 55m trip. We are your tour guides, I am Jack and this is Lucas, and we work for the Safari. At this time we are in Nigeria and taking a bus through the capital city of Abuja, as we go you can see up north that humungous rock over there is called the zuma rock it is about 725 meters above, the Zuma Rock, the ‘monolithic’ rock marks the center of Abuja’s landmass with a human face, it is also depicted on the 100 naira bill in Nigeria. As we go in far in the capital city you can see the Abuja National Mosque, also known as the Nigerian National Mosque, is the national mosque of Nigeria, a country with a substantial Muslim population. The mosque was built in 1984; Ustaz Musa Mohammed is the chief of the national mosque. The culture of Nigeria is shaped by Nigeria's multiple ethnic groups. The country has over 50 languages and over 250 dialects and ethnic groups. The three largest ethnic groups are the HausaFulani who are predominant in the north, the Igbo who are predominant in the southeast, and the Yoruba who are predominant in the southwest. Nigeria is home, of the largest oil industry, experiences serious oil spills and other environmental problems, which can cause our trip to be more dangerous to our people and cause deaths, and also make our possible water source very dirty and unhealthy to drink. Waste management including sewage treatment, the linked processes of deforestation and soil degradation, and climate change or global warming is the major environmental problems in Nigeria.
Nigeria is found in the Tropics, where the climate is seasonally damp and very humid, this climate affect our trip by making it ...
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