Surface:923,768 sq km
System of government: federal republic
Religion: Muslim 50%25, Christian 40%25, indigenous beliefs 10%25
Government: federal republic
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Lagos is one of the best place to reside in Nigeria, but one or the most difficult state. Lagos is a very busy place whereby the people or its inhabitant see it as too crowded too noisy for a resting place. Though very few areas aren't that busy. One difficult challenge in Lagos state is the traffic jam. Most people will have to leave there various homes as early as 4:00 or 5:00am, so as to meet up or get to there destination on time. A place which might not take up to an hour, one have to spend about 3:00hours plus on the way all in the name traffic jam, which is mainly caused by bad roads, motor parking illegally, misconduct of bus drivers, impatience by motorist, few motor lanes, A very big example of a place (an international road ), known as Badagry express road, which links to some...
In terms of recreational facilities there are no cinemas or movie houses but you'll find swimming pools, pubs, kids amusement centres and golf courses suitable. It's pretty warm in Ibadan; peaceful but not too quiet. Electricity supply is quite erratic and you'll probably need a rechargeable fan, generator and/or air conditioning. It's got a splattering of bad 'hotels' (guest houses) most within a $50US range a night. Breakfast is not included in most 'hotels'. Internet facilities are available in cafes and with modems from the telecom providers on PCs. You need to know someone or get a guide to truly appreciate the city. Food is affordable/cheap and educational institutions abound. The city is mostly Christian with an endless array of churches, but has a vibrant Muslim community. Street...