Trumpeting Tourism in Nigeria's Calabar Many who pick a holiday destination in Africa opt for Kenya, South Africa, Tunisia or perhaps Morocco. But the city of Calabar in Nigeria -- Africa's most populous nation, a global oil producer and a continental powerhouse -- probably doesn't figure high on many destination lists. It's remote, even for Nigerians. But the governor has grand plans to change all that.
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Trumpeting Tourism in Nigeria's Calabar

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Trumpeting Tourism in Nigeria's Calabar

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Trumpeting Tourism in Nigeria's Calabar

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Many who pick a holiday destination in Africa opt for Kenya, South Africa, Tunisia or perhaps Morocco. But the city of Calabar in Nigeria — Africa's most populous nation, a global oil producer and a continental powerhouse — probably doesn't figure high on many destination lists. It's remote, even for Nigerians. But the governor has grand plans to change all that.