Living in Nsukka, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Nsukka, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Nsukka what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Someone moving to Nsukka must know that the environment is cold as it borders with the north of Nigeria. It is actually an academic and commercial environment. Nsukka is a wonderful place as the standard of living is affordable to an average person within the society.

Nsukka is hot, so bring a sunscreen along, we look out for each other and try to render help when we can, we love a good party, so bring your party shoes along. If you love a good food, then my city Enugu will serve you one of the most delicious dishes ever.

1. Nsukka is home to the University of Nigeria.
2. There is a variety of local dishes that will be a delight to your taste buds.
3. Prepare your mind to learn the Igbo language or you may need an interpreter.
4. You should be informed that the weather in Nsukka is cold and pleasant. Though in South Eastern Nigeria, the weather in Nsukka is close to what you have in Northern Nigeria.

Know how to speak the English language. It’s our lingua franca. You must also learn to be fast during communication in asking for directions because everybody is always on the move. Don’t have the look of someone who is lost.

Temitayo, says: 2020

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