A scholar, Veteran Journalist and one of the Nigerian Delegates attending the ongoing 73rd World News Media Congress in Zaragoza State of Spain, Dr. Sule Ya’u Sule sent in this report on life in Zaragoza and side attraction experience.
By Dr. Sule Ya’u Sule
Dr. Sule Ya’u Sule of the Bsayero University, Kano, North West Nigeria, is on the Nigerian delegation to the 73rd World News Media Congress holding in Zaragoza state in Spain.
He says Zaragoza is pronounced as Saragoza not as it is written Zaragoza adding that it is a beautiful city with wide roads network, unlike many other European cities.
According to him, Zaragoza is a city where people live in Flats and hardly one sees a bungalow.
“They speak Spanish and so passionate about it; 80% of them do not speak any other language except Spanish, so we had difficulty in communication.
“They live on vegetables, fruits, bread and chips; we nearly got starved as we had to manage with bread and chips, even rice is difficult to get,” he narrated.
Dr. Sule Ya’u, observed that the people are hospitable and friendly adding that their girls are beautiful unlike other Europeans.
He also observed that the Government operates a functional and an organized rail transportation system.
“They are orderly and neat; for the five days I spent, I have not seen a single plastic bottle on the road, never did I hear a sound of any kind on the road.
“The people do not know anything called “Adaidaita Sahu,” needless to see a scratch on any car on the street.
“The weather is friendly for now,” he concluded.
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