Idris Busari - My Native Country, Nigeria

Category: Education

Presentation Description

Presentation for World Culture Class at Goshen Middle School on 11/17/2018. We made scenic comparison with 2 videos in the presentation, one shot in Lagos, Nigeria and the other, Indiana, USA.


Presentation Transcript

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Salutations and Introduction

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Place of Birth 1:22 sec about Lagos

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Place of Origin

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Food Breakfast - Jollof Rice and Chicken

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Lunch - Pounded Yam and Egusi Soup Dinner - Beans and Fried Plantain

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Wild Animals in Nigeria Animals in Nigeria

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Traditional Ceremony

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My Family Me

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Travel to Nigeria W. Africa How often Not as often. Plane Ride Time Between 17-23hrs. Flying is expensive starting at 1000.

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Religions of Nigeria Christianity Islam Traditional African Religions and more recently Hinduism.

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Schooling in Nigeria

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Jobs in Nigeria All kinds of jobs are available in Nigeria. Demand for jobs vary. Less job in comparison to the population.  190.9 million 2017  According to the source the data are ILO estimates. In 2017 the estimated youth unemployment rate in Nigeria was at 13.41 percent. See

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Big Cities in Nigeria There are more villages than cities in Nigeria but some popular cities are: Lagos Commercial Nerve Center AbujaFCT the Washington DC of Nigeria Onitsha - Eastern Nigerian Trade Capital Ife Osun State - Seat of the Yoruba Dynasty and Religious Pilgrimage

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Transportation in Nigeria Public Transportation Private Vehicle Rail System Developed Waterway Airports and Airlines for Domestic and International Travel

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Why Giant of Africa 1. Population  - 190.9 million 2017 2. National Wealth - GDP 375.8 billion USD 2017 3. Intercontinental Political Influence Buoyant and Responsive Military UN Peace Keeping Forces Activism and Pan-Africanism

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Sports Played in Nigeria Soccer Boxing Badmington Basketball Volleyball

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Nigeria 1st Winter Olympics

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Why Poverty in Nigeria Nigeria is Rich. Huge Youth Population. Abundant Natural resource. Rich Professional Diaspora Community

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...but Plagued by Bad Leadership Over dependency on Crude oil.

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What does your name mean Idris is a Welsh and Arabic usually masculine given name also given as surname they are spelt identically however they are unrelated. ... Arabic س ي ر د إ Idris the Islamic prophet mentioned in the Quran usually identified with Enoch in the Bible. The original meaning may be "interpreter."---Wikipedia

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Scenic ComparisonVideos vs. One Chance Love Shot in Epe Lagos Nigeria Father Shot in Goshen Indiana USA

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