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Walkabout Argungu

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THIS FABRIC DESIGN IS INPIRED BY THE ARGUNGU FISHING FESTIVAL FROM KEBBI STATE, NORTHERN NIGERIA.

The Argungu Fishing Festival or Argungu Dance Festival is an annual four-day festival in the state of Kebbi, in the north-western part of Northern Nigeria. The region is made up of fertile river areas of (matanfada, mala, gamji, with much irrigation and orchards (lambu in Hausa). The majority of fishermen are the followers of Islam and also predominantly farmers.  

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Walkabout Ibadan

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THIS FABRIC IS INSPIRED BY THE RUSTIC ROOFTOP LANDSCAPE OF IBADAN IN THE WESTERN PART OF NIGERIA.

Ibadan (Ìbàdàn) is the capital and most populous city of Oyo State, Nigeria. With a population of over 3 million, it is the third most populous city in Nigeria after Lagos and Kano; it is the country’s largest city by geographical area. At the time of Nigeria’s independence in 1960, Ibadan was the largest and most populous city in the country, and the second most populous in Africa behind Cairo.

The rusted corrugated roofing sheet seen from hilltops is iconic to the city.

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Walkabout Lagos

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THIS FABRIC DESIGN IS INSPIRED BY LAGOS, THE MOST POPULOUS CITY IN NIGERIA AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.

Lagos is the most populous city in Nigeria and of Sub-Saharan Africa. Lagos is one of the fastest growing cities in the world and one of the most populous urban areas. The economic hub of the state of the same name, Lagos is a major financial centre for all of Africa; the megacity has the fourth-highest GDP in Africa and houses one of the largest and busiest seaports on the continent.

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Walkabout Obudu

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THIS FABRIC DESIGN IS INSPIRED BY THE LUSHNESS OBUDU PLATEAU IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF NIGERIA

Obudu Plateau is a plateau found on the Oshie Ridge of the Sankwala Mountain range, in Cross River State, in the southeast of Nigeria. The plateau is found in Obanliku local government area of the Cross river state. The plateau extends towards Nigeria’s south eastern border.

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Walkabout Ogbunnike

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THIS FABRIC DESIGN IS INSPIRED BY THE OGBUNIKE CAVE IN ANAMBRA STATE IN THE EASTERN NIGERIA.

Ogbunike Cave, which lies within the tropical rain forest belt, is situated in a valley behind the Ogba hills in which lies St. Monica College, Ogbunike. Descending into the valley where the caves are located is a lengthy walkway made up of about 317 steps said to have been constructed by the Anambra State government in the mid 90s.

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Walkabout Zazzau

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THIS FABRIC DESIGN IS INSPIRED BY THE ZAZZAU PALACE GATE OF THE ZAZZAU EMIRATE OF NORTHERN NIGERIA.

Located in the old part of Zaria, known as Birnin Zazzau (walled city of Zaria) or Zaria City, the gate (kofar gida) to the Emir’s palace stands out as a colorful representation of the Hausa people and their ruler. The decorative designs on the façade reflect the stylistic characteristics of many Hausa buildings and art objects, and the gate itself is known throughout the region as an important cultural structure.

Zazzau, also known as the Zaria Emirate /Zegzeg is a historic kingdom, traditional emirate, and local government council in Kaduna State, northern Nigeria, with its headquarters at Zaria city.The most important source for the early history of Zazau is a chronicle composed in the early 20th century from oral tradition. It tells the traditional story of the foundation of the Hausa kingdoms by Bayajidda, a culture hero and gives a list of rulers, along with the length of their reigns. Zazzau’s most famous early ruler was Queen (or princess) Amina.

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