All-Round-Africa (ARA) is one of the leading blogs in Africa that aims at exploring the stories, cultures, and hidden crème de la crème in the continent. All-Round-Africa (ARA) aims at revealing everything about Africa. It aims at showing off the beautiful continent of Africa to the world. Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent in the world. The blog can also serve as a guide for tourists in Africa.

Africa has a total of 54 countries, hundreds of cultures, and more than 2,000 languages, and widely divergent landscapes. Africa is home to the Sahara desert, the largest desert on earth, and the highest standing mountain in the world, the mountain Kilimanjaro. Africa has a population of over 1.1 billion people and so many tribes living in the continent.  Africa is so rich naturally and also home to the world’s largest living land animal, the African elephant weighs up to 7 tons.

The Africa continent is known to be one of the toughest places to live due to the standard of living and its underdeveloped nature. The continent is known for some killer diseases and also has the highest number of malaria in the world.

Here are some important facts about Africa:

Africa is the world’s second-largest continent covering about over 30 million square kilometers

Africa is the world’s second driest continent

Africa owns over 30% of the earth’s remaining mineral resources.

Over 25% of all languages are spoken only in Africa with over 2,000 recognized languages.

The Sahara desert is the largest in the world and assumed bigger than the continental USA.

Africa has the largest reserves of precious metals with over 40% of the gold reserves, over 60% of the cobalt, and 90% of the platinum reserves.

Africa covers over 30 million square kilometers.

Africa has a high level of water scarcity.

Lake Victoria is the largest in Africa and the second-largest freshwater lake in the world.


Nigeria is a country in West Africa. The West African country has a total population of 195 million people. Nigeria is rich in tourist places like landmarks and conversation centres. Here are some top tourist destination in Nigeria;


The slave history museum was established in the year 2011. The slave trade museum is a place that reflects on the historical event of Nigeria. The slave trade museum is located at Marina Resort, Calabar.
The museum is really a place to visit in Calabar and have to spend some time learning so much on the slave trade activity in the country.

Many slaves were conveyed out of the country through the Calabar seas and this museum shows us how they were being transported and the life of these slaves on their journey to live with their new masters. The museums also have some audio presentation and stage by stage adventure by the slaves. 


Company Name
United Bank For Africa Plc

Head Office        
UBA House,
57, Marina,
P. O. Box 2406, Lagos.

Telephone: 234 1 6319822, 280 8822, 700 2255 822
Fax: 234 1 2808448
Date Listed on Exchange          March 31st 1970

Tony O. Elumelu, CON - Chairman
AMB. Joe Keshi, OON - Vice-Chairman
Phillips Oduoza - Group MD/CEO


The Ikeja City Mall is an ultra-modern Shopping Centre. The Mall is located in Alausa, Ikeja.  The best of its kind in the Lagos Mainland and home for so many commercial activities in its domain.

The City Mall was opened for trade-in late 2011. The total 23,000m2 area of Ikeja city mall guarantees ample parking space for buyers. The mall comprises of a 100 stores with a desirable mix of retailers trading renowned quality brands.

The Mall exhibit justified categories of fun activities ranging from the Silverbird cinema to the Shoprite store, Gaming Centres, Fast Food and Fashion Houses.


Here are some categories offered by some brands in the Ikeja City Mall.

Accessories & Gift
Music and Entertainment
Health & Beauty


Getting a job in Modern-day Nigeria can be a very hard task for people that are not computer literate. The wave of time has taken every step into secondary level, where you go to the internet and run applications, online tests, and online interviews.
The prayer of every graduate in the country is getting a well-paid job and starting up Life. The Nigeria Unemployment rate stand at about 29% (2020)
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Ikeja Bus Terminal is located in Ikeja, the capital city of Lagos State. The Ikeja bus terminal is located on the direction to the local airport(MM2) behind the present railway line in the city, and close to the state teaching hospital, Ikeja general post office, a stone throw to the famous computer village

The modern facility is fitted on a 10,000 square meter land space equipped with the Intelligent Transport system, air-conditioned terminal, food courts, fitted shops, ATM gallery, WiFi, electronically controlled shades among others.

 The Ikeja Bus terminal also has a big land space for buses to park and load its passengers, large walkway for passengers, street lightning, restrooms, control tower to monitor activities and greening with adequate exits.

The Ikeja bus terminal serves as the hub of all transport activities within the Ikeja area which will serve over 70,000 passengers daily and provide access to many destinations like neighboring Oshodi, Ojota, Iyana-Ipaja, Maryland, Lekki, Ogba, CMS among others.
The Ikeja bus terminal is one of the biggest in the state and as well so beautiful. The beautiful sight has added so much to the beautiful city of Ikeja.