Beautiful Itsekiri woman of the Nigeria Niger Delta

The Queen Moremi Ajansoro beauty pageant is an initiative of the Royal Palace of the Ooni of Ife, in his efforts to further immortalize one of the greatest heroines of Yoruba land.  The QMA pageant showcases intelligent, culturally aware, strong and beautiful young ladies that exemplify the heroic attributes of Queen Moremi.

Igbo Traditional attire

The Igbo culture is rich, colourful, beautiful and still maintains its traditional ties that dates back to centuries. The Igbo nation is highly blessed with rich cultural heritage and moral touchstones that have shaped the mind of the average Igbo man. 

The Hausa tribe is one of the most prominent and largest ethnic groups in Nigeria and Africa. They very unique in various aspects of their culture.

Unilever Nigeria Plc


The Beautiful Fulani Brides

Globacom Limited is a Nigerian multinational telecommunications company headquartered in Lagos.

The African Chamber of Commerce Scandinavia is an organization whose interest is to build a partnership between African governments, businesses, public & private institutions, as well as create a strong network in each Scandinavian country.


The Nigeria Cultural Festival is the first of its kind in Scandinavia. It will take advantage of a blooming market opportunity in Scandinavia and Africa and additionally intends to help in the slow process of Integration and Cultural Diversity in Copenhagen by offering a unique platform for Africans and African descendants to share the positive aspects of their culture and will allow Danish society to learn more about these minorities co- existing in their country and their achievements.

The Yoruba people

This Festival also provides limitless business opportunities for Danish investors and entrepreneurs with the Nigerian Film Industry and associated industries in expansion nowadays. The event will also offer educational content really valuable for Danish students and Danish Professional Actors, Filmmakers and Producers.

The Igbo People


Promoting Development through Culture and Heritage

Throughout the past decade, statistics, indicators and data on the cultural sector, as well as operational activities have underscored that culture can be a powerful driver for development, with community-wide social, economic and environmental impacts.
2 Of particular relevance is the cultural sector’s contribution to the economy and poverty alleviation.

Cultural heritage, cultural and creative industries, sustainable cultural tourism, and cultural infrastructure can serve as strategic tools for revenue generation, particularly in developing countries given their often-rich cultural heritage and substantial labour force.

Culture enables sustainable development
Culture-sensitive approaches have demonstrated concretely how one can address both the economic and human rights dimensions of poverty at the same time, while providing solutions to complex development issues in an innovative and multisectoral manner. Indeed, culture has a transformative power on existing development approaches, helping to broaden the terms of the current development debate and to make development much more relevant to the needs of people.

Nigeria's vast and rich cultural heritage should be strategically re-positioned to partner tourism as its driver to lift the Nigerian economy. Tourism cannot effectively flourish without the cultural components. The desire to position culture and tourism as the lever of Nigeria's economic growth and development rests with the Ministry of Information and Culture as it must plan to mainstream both sectors into a monolithic entity to galvanize national economic development.

Argungu Fishing Festival

The effort is in line with the understanding that no nation can really excel without the inclusion of its cultural and tourism parameters in state affairs. Fortunately for the Ministry, cultural tourism had long been identified as Nigeria's area of high comparative advantage.

Nigeria stands a great chance of surviving the current economic meltdown facing the entire globe if it could focus more on cultural tourism. To this end, Nigeria can forge a solid partnership with symbiotic foreign countries for culture and tourism in developing and marketing their potentials to boost patronage of local and foreign tourists. If collaboration and partnership are cultivated between performing artistes, museums and countries that are blessed with natural and cultural endowments, the resultant cultural tourism synergy will be presented as exciting performances at vital tourist destinations across the country. As a significant tourist destination, museums are the cultural central and memory bank of any nation, including Nigeria.

Folk Songs And Chants In Indigenous Yoruba Culture

NICUFE is formed by a body of talented and skilled Nigerians both at home and in diaspora joining hand together to address the wishes of patriotic Nigerians and friends of Nigeria towards achieving the economic, educational, technological and democratic goals of Nigerians by promoting our culture. 

We recognized culture as a tool for national development and a vehicle to promote unity amongst the country’s diverse cultural and linguistic communities. It is also seen by us as a vital instrument to help citizens evolve a distinctive African identity and collective pride within the nation and in the global community


In a globalized economy, cultural sensitivity is essential. Understanding and knowing about cultural differences is a crucial skill for succeeding in business.

Understanding language nuances, etiquette and cultural time management differences can help you navigate many complex interactions. Don't let a deal fall apart due to cultural misunderstandings: Do some research and be open to new cultural experiences and expectations when doing business across borders. Thus our reason to collaborate with African Chamber of Commerce in Scandinavia to organize Business Forum and workshops during the Nigeria Cultural Carnival in Scandinavia.


The Beauty of Aso Oke- Tradition Yoruba Clothing

Experience is showing how the cultural resources of a community can be converted into economic wealth by promoting the unique identity, traditions, and cultural products and services of a region, towards generating jobs and revenue. Investing in the conservation of cultural assets, promoting cultural activities and traditional knowledge and skills developed by humans over very long periods of adaptation to the environment, moreover, are also very effective means to strengthen environmental sustainability and the social capital of communities.

Blue striped Aso Oke

The Fula people or Fulani or Fulany or Fulɓe (Fula: Fulɓe; French: Peul; Hausa: Fulani or Hilani; Portuguese: Fula; Wolof: Pël; Bambara: Fulaw), numbering between 20 and 25 million people in total, are one of the largest ethnic groups in the Sahel and West Africa, and the in the Northern Region of Nigeria.