Origin of Likizo Lettings Limited

Traveling is an age old activity that human beings have always been involved. With continued civilization and the world becoming a global village, more and more people are traveling across their national geographical boundaries for business or leisure. Even if you live in a vibrant country and city and have an exciting job and active social life, nothing can replace the unique experiences traveling offers. Visiting a foreign country opens your eyes to how the rest of the world lives; many therefore return home with a new appreciation for their own country while…continue reading →

CALABAR, THE JEWEL OF NIGERIA

Nigeria is a continental powerhouse which enjoys respect within and outside the continent. Nigeria is often referred to as the "Giant of Africa", owing to its large population and economy. With approximately 174 million inhabitants, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. It is in this vast and populous country where you find Calabar. Calabar is a city in Cross River State, coastal southeastern Nigeria. The original name for Calabar was Akwa Akpa, from the Efik language. The city is watered by the…continue reading →

KIGALI, THE PHOENIX OF AFRICA.

Rwanda is a country in the central part of Africa. Even by its small size, this country has captivated the world and rightfully earned the title of being called the “Phoenix” country of the continent. Rising from a dark history of the genocide which claimed millions of lives, Rwanda and in particular the Capital Kigali is now a marvel to visit and enjoy. Kigali is a beautiful city with gorgeous weather and its best experienced outdoors. Kigali has a number of things that new arrivals, tourists, or even folks who’ve lived here for…continue reading →

CAPE VERDE, THE ICONIC ISLAND

The Island of Cape Verde is a jewel piece of land that exudes rare beauty. Located 570 kilometers off the coast of Western Africa, the islands cover a combined area of slightly over 4,000 square kilometers. The name of the country stems from the nearby Cap-Vert, on the Senegalese coast, which in its turn was originally named "Cabo Verde" when it was sighted by Portuguese explorers in 1444, a few years before the islands were discovered (verde is Portuguese for "green"). Apart from the fact that this is an arrow-shaped archipelago that is…continue reading →