Ctn Magazine Third Quarter 2016 – CometoNigeria
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Ctn Magazine Third Quarter 2016

The Ctn Magazine third quarter 2016 issue contains a wealth of informative features for those planning to visit the giant of Africa. Countries all over the world have challenges of their own but Nigeria is unfortunately always in the news for the wrong reasons. The international press use the internal challenges that we have as an excuse to defend why the nation is more popular for the negative coverage. Bad news is more acceptable than good news. Nigerians must try to change the opinion of the international press and start focusing on the positive sides of our dear country.ctnmagazinethirdquarter1

Whether you are a Nigerian expat visiting loved ones, or someone of another nationality making a first visit or renewing old acquaintance or even you are a Nigerian in diaspora contemplating a visit, there is plenty to read in the CtnMagazine third quarter 2016.

Religious tourism is a key feature of the Nigerian economy and in this context, this third quarter edition feature the Sallah Durbar, it outlines an event of crucial importance in the Kano Emirate Kingdom, while the history of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria beginnings in Calabar is also outlined.

Likewise, Tambra Raye Stevenson’s account of how the discovery of her Fulani roots led her to visit Kano is a fascinating account of an American’s experience of the area.

Dr. Raphael James provides an insight into Nigerian zoological gardens, while the issue also profiles the award winning Kanninwood and Nollywood actor, singer and movie director Sani Musa a.k.a. Sani Danja, as well successful women like architect Marie Martina Erejuwa Gbadebo and writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

All in all, there is a wealth of reading for those intending to come to Nigeria, and we hope you enjoy the September issue. You can surely subscribe online or look out on the magazines shelves globally. ctnmagazinethirdquarter

We are soliciting supports for the ctn magazine from all over the world, though charity begins at home, we expected more Nigerians to support this project in anyway they could so that we can continue to promote our dear country in a more positive way. To read more on this edition, please look for a copy subscribe online asap.

We have many back copies of Ctn magazine that you can order and enjoy. We are also able to feature you and your company on our website and magazine, please email us at info@cometonigeria.com.