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About Akwa Ibom
Akwa Ibom is one of Nigeria’s oil-rich Niger delta States. Its Capital, Uyo, is an enchanting city reminiscent of the beauty that the entire State exudes. Akwa Ibom is home to over 5 million people and the predominant language is the Ibibio language. It is also renowned for the good roads which intricately networks the entire State. There a few interesting places to visit in Akwa Ibom to make your stay in the city memorable.
Things to Do in Akwa Ibom
The city is a top destination for football fanatics, fun lovers, students and foodies. These group of people can never run out of places to visit in Akwa Ibom. Foodies can look forward to eating their favourite morsel food with the famous afang soup, abak soup and afere ikon. Other mouthwatering delicacies like anyan ekpang, asa iwa and oto ebre are also worth a try. All these can be gotten from restaurants such as Vista restaurant, Destiny Pots Fast Foods. Party lovers can visit Play Terrace Lounge and Bar, Silver Lounge and others to have a fun time.
Accommodation in Akwa Ibom
Staying in Akwa Ibom is relatively cheap. Guests who visit the state might want to consider staying in Uyo, the state capital. This area is known for its neatness and hospitality to outsiders. Guests can pick from one of the five star hotels in Uyo to fully enjoy their stay.
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