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Nigerians, old and young, love holiday seasons
for its obvious perks: getting away from work,
spending time with friends and family, and
exchanging gifts.
Festivals and Carnivals
Christmas and New Year usher in a number
of religious, cultural and social celebrations
among billions of people around the world,
and Nigeria does not miss out on celebrations
like these.
From the Calabar carnival and CarniRiv to the
Igue festival in Benin and the War Dance in
the eastern parts on the country, these
festivals add flavor to the celebrations, making
it utterly exciting for people from all parts of
the nation.
Sales
The yuletide season comes with deals and
increased promotions encouraging consumers
to buy more, however it is the red and white
signs promoting sales discounts at stores that
immediately catch the eye.
The most exciting sales for the season, aside
from the Black Friday, begins after Boxing Day
and it’s an opportunity to get great gifts for
everyone before the New Year rolls in.
The food
Although Nigerians do not have traditional
meals for Christmas like most western
countries do, African delicacies are still
consumed more in immense proportions
during this period than at any other time
of the year.
From breakfast to dinner, Nigerians seize the
opportunity to let go and indulge themselves
completely in a bid to satiate their long held
appetite. It is also during this time that family
and friends from all over the world gather
with happy chatter and laughter to fill the air.
The fireworks
What is a holiday without fireworks?! The
sparklers are a popular addition to the
razzmatazz, and it highlights the magic of the
season. Every typical Nigerian has had the
immense pleasure of tossing Christmas
fireworks, generally known as ‘knock-out’ or
banger’, in the air in celebration.
Although fireworks need to be handled with
care, many throw caution to the wind
especially on Christmas eve as they enjoy the
lights and rush of adrenaline that comes with
it. In some families, it has become an age-long
tradition.
SHOWS AND EVENTS
There are certain events that only happen
during Christmas and a favorite among the
many, is Rhythm Unplugged, an annual event
which holds in Victoria Island at a center
opposite the Maison Fahrenheit Hotel .
There are also Christmas carol programmes
held by churches such as DayStar Christian
Centre and House on the Rock giving everyone
somewhere endearing to go and something fun
to do.
Article By: Ndem Nkem



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