The waterway Niger remained a ponder to the main Europeans who set foot on Nigeria's dirt until the point that John and Richard Landers went through the intersection on October 25th 1830 in this way finishing the voyage that Mungo Park had begun. Waterways Niger and Benue are the two biggest streams in West Africa. The two streams meet at Lokoja in Kogi state, framing a Y-formed structure in what seems, by all accounts, to be a heavenly association and depleting southwards into the sea. While River Niger is tanish in shading, River Benue is light green in shading. Angling is carried on broadly on the waterways. There are ship and vessel administrations in addition to cruising offices inside perspective of the juncture.
The sole point is to make it a pleasurable enjoyment to guests, both remote and neighborhood, consequently boosting the tourism business, the economy and the level of social association in the state. Lokoja is for the most part known and celebrated for is its conversion.