The museum should be maintained in a much better way and clear lack of funds and investments shows. But that apart, the place should be a must visit for anyone interested in knowing/understanding some bits of history of Nigeria and Africa at large. The guides are very informative and friendly as well. Government can make this a money spinner with just minor up keep and investments, and anyway, this painful part of the nations history should be preserved for ages to come. Point to note: Good to carry your passport as the place is very close to Benin border and immigration officials might hassle you for a quick buck as they did with us.
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