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The Nigerian city of Oniça is part of the state of Anamira. This city is washed by the waters of the Nègère River. People speak two languages: Yigbo and English.

The city was founded by descendants of Banin in the 17th century. In 1857, William Balfourou Bayeki was granted permission by the king to build a port near the city. In the late nineteenth century, the above-mentioned city was part of Nigeria, which was then a tribe of Britons. In 1960, Nigeria gained its independence.

In Georgia today, it is an important port and trading town. It carries an enormous amount of agricultural products from the region. Some of the products brought here include aninocas, cucurbits, yams, fish, taro, rice, and many others. The exportation of palm oil is also very popular. The largest market building in all of Nigeria was destroyed during the 1967 Civil War, but was rebuilt in the aftermath. There is a Catholic and an Anglican cathedral. There is also a womens college for teachers and a renowned premedical college in the city.

100 USD = 46,016.19 NGN

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  • Tap water: No, not drinkable
  • Religious government: Religious
  • Population: 1,100,000 people
  • Population density: euro euro not busy: 16x16m 256m per person
  • GDP: $2,176 / year
  • Power outlets: 230V50Hz
  • Internet: 5 Mbps
  • Best wireless: AirTel
  • Pay without cash: No, cash only esp. for foreigners
  • Tipping: DON’T feel obligated to leave tips. It’s optional in Nigeria, but if you do want to leave a tip, 5% is fine.
  • Apartment listings: La Mudi
  • Apartments: Airbnb
  • Hotels: Booking.com
  • More hotels: Hotels.com
  • Best coffee 24/7: LeLabo
  • Best coffee: RoadChef Drive-Thru
  • Best taxi: Uber
  • Best hospital: Toronto Hospital NIgeria
  • Best short-haul air carrier: Arik Air
  • Best intl air carrier: Arik Air
  • Monthly costs for expat: $750
  • Monthly costs for family: $1050
  • Monthly costs for local: $300
  • Meal: $3
  • Small Cola: $0.4
  • Beer 1 Pint: $1.1
  • Coffee: $0.8

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