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Diaspora
A diaspora is a group of people forced from or chosen to leave their homeland to settle in other lands. People of a diaspora typically preserve and celebrate the culture and traditions of their homeland.

The term diaspora comes from the Greek verb diaspeirô meaning "to scatter" or "to spread about".

Today, scholars recognize two kinds of diaspora: forced and voluntary

Forced diaspora often arises from traumatic events such as wars, imperialistic conquest, or slavery, or from natural disasters like famine or extended drought.

Voluntary diaspora is a community of people who left the homeland in search of economic opportunity.

Reference: http://thoughtco.com/diaspora-definition-4684331

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Nigerian Small Chops
The Nigerian Small Chops are appetizers or finger foods served at parties and special events. They are basically the classic Nigerian snacks made into bite sizes.

The small chops include Spring rolls, baby puff puff, Samosas, chicken kebab, coconut candy, mini donuts, stick meat, peppered gizzards/snails, Gizdodo, Mini sausage rolls, Mini fish rolls and a lot more.

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Chapman
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A Chapman is a non-alcoholic drink, usually of red color. Sometimes referred to as non-alcoholic punch, it is traditionally made with a mix of Fanta, Sprite, Cucumber, Lemon, Grenadine and Angostura bitters and is traditionally served in a large mug with ice and a few slices of cucumber.

It often described as Nigeria's favourite drink and though predominantly served without alcohol, it can also be served with a hint of Voldka or rum.

It is believed that the Chapman originated in Ikoyi Club, Lagos, Nigeria. The drink was created by a bartender at the country club who was asked to make something special for his favourite customer named Chapman.

Last edited by rukky (8th Oct 2019 08:40 pm)

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