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fake pastor

Pastor claiming to flush out a lizard from a sick man

Having watched a video of a when it was seen that his accomplice threw the reptile out of a bag convinced me that it is high time the EFCC and other Law Enforcement Agencies visited these churches claiming to perform ...

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yoruba

Yoruba verbs for today

Jókòó= sit downDìde=stand upBẹ̀rẹ̀=crouchKúnlẹ̀=kneel downFò=jumpFòsókè=jump up

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Your culture and tradition are not “demonic” as they portray it…

The culture of reciting lineage praises/cognomen(Oríkì) when a child does something praiseworthy is gradually fading in Yoruba land. We will never be Òyìnbó(English). If we lose this valuable culture we lose ourselves. Never forget your history, culture and tradition. Learn ...

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Odu, Idin Osogbo, Idin ileke, Idin irete

AA Looking at the Odu, Idin Osogbo, Idin ileke, Idin irete, cast for today’s Ose Ifa, I can declare that our detractors shall be put to shame. Just listen as follows:- Won se ko baje Awo AyeKo lee baje Awo ...

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E jowo e ran wa leti isele inu aworan yii

Eyin ara Abule, e ba ni se akiyesi aworan yii daadaa. Se kii se pe ogbeni yii fee yin ibon AK47 mo obinrin yii lapa ni? 😀 E jowo e ran wa leti isele inu aworan yii, asiko wo ni isele ...

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Photo Gallery: #EsuIsNotSatan walk 2018

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Oriki Olokun

Olokun, orisa that lives in waterShe spreads herself all over the earthOrisa that has no handOrisa that has no legShe uses her power to take your legs out from under youThat makes a small child fall down flatPlease, we beg ...

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osun osogbo sacred grove

Open Letter to the king of Osogbo – Baba Adigun Olosun

I am using this medium to advice the king of Osogbo to stop harassing and threatening me with his people and his so-called police officers. You sent them to my sister’s house to kidnap me and as they could not ...

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ajayi

Ika logberi won o gboju lila f’Alawo #EsuIsNotSatan

The ignorants are wicked, they don’t want Yoruba Spirituality to prosper. To buttress my point stated above, i would summarize my message (Oro isiti), delivered at our Temple, Indigene Faith of Africa(Ijo Orunmila Ato)Inc on the 29th December 2018 from ...

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Arts of Being a Yoruba

We will, from time to time, pay homage to those who advance Yoruba thoughts with important, ground-breaking contributions. Introducing a book by Dr. Adeleke Adeeko, distinguished professor of African cultures, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. The administrators of the University ...

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