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Eleven Things You Will Experience When You Visit Markudi
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While coming, you will experience these things:
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1. You will notice they still use mud huts. It’s cultural. Their mud houses are round shaped and a bit dwarfy to normal house sizes.
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2. They sell only roast yam along. You will find people selling roast yam along, they’d be pursuing you to buy it like tomorrow were history.
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3. Garri market. I wonder if this is where they supply garri from to the world. They are good in garri production. You’d notice they sell it much.
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4. A police check-point with a military personnel. If you are studious, you will notice almost all police check-points have a military personnel accompanied with them. Maybe, to curb disobedience. You know, the Nigerian police force are not respected here in Nigeria.
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5. It looks deserted. The environs look like what Moses trekked in the Bible, no wonder he had to take off his shoes.
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When you are in Markurdi, you must experience these:.
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6. Pigs are domesticated. Pigs are domestic animals over there, they go around like pets.
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7. You use pigs to pay dowry. Reliable sources confirmed that in parts of Markurdi, pigs are used as part of paying a woman’s dowry.
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8. You must meet some who speaks your language. Yes, it’s true. Markurdi is in central Nigeria, therefore, almost all tribes may be found there.
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9. Admiration. Seriously, they admire new comers easily! Little wonder I made many friends!
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10. Seems peaceful. The place is serene. Well, let’s say the place I stayed.
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11. Phantom Thieves. We were cautioned that they have spirit thieves who would deal your valueable; I mean, Mr Nobodies. Well, theft is everywhere.
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