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Plateau State Gov. approves N2bn makeover for Jos Wildlife Park

Plateau State Gov. approves N2bn makeover for Jos Wildlife Park

The Plateau Government has approved N2 billion for the rehabilitation and expansion of Jos Wildlife Park in 2014, an official said in an interview recently. The General Manager of Plateau State Tourism Corporation, Mr John Doy, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos that the money would be used to restock the park…

Climbing the Extinct Volcanoes of Jos Plateau and getting our Pants torn and dirty!

Climbing the Extinct Volcanoes of Jos Plateau and getting our Pants torn and dirty!

The plains stretched as far as the eyes could see, and the sleepy horizon was obscured by massive cones of varying colours- some lush green, and others, earthly brown, jutting out into the skies and standing imposingly like enormous sand heaps on a village farm. These are none but the volcanoes that blew Jos Plateau…

Shere Hills- A Charming 1,829m Pile of Rocks

Like stacks of freshly-baked bread loaves, massive boulders of granite pile at a corner of the Jos Plateau, bedecking the skyline with the perculiar rugged semblance of North-Central Nigeria. Some Kilometers away from the heart of Jos City, taking a turn from the main road, one is confronted by the pictursque Liberty Lake, beyond which lies…

Memories from Assop falls and Riyom Rock Formation, Jos Plateau

After travelling over 30 kilometers from Assop waterfalls, he began to approach the ring-dyke terrains of Bukuru. Something along the roadside caught his eye. He immediately pulled over his tòkunbò Toyota, and dashed out to see the gigantic rock-god, posed a few meters away from the road. Already, his mind had been lassoed by the enchanting showers…

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