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makinde

Ó ju ẹnu Malami lọ láti ní ètò náà kò bófin mu

Kí ojú má ríbi, gbogbo ara lòògùn rẹ̀, èyí ló mú kí Gómìnà ipinlẹ Ọyọ, Ṣèyí Mákindé sáré tètè gba ìlú Abẹokuta lọ, láti lọ ṣèpàdé pọ̀ pẹ̀lú Olóyè Olusẹgun Ọbasanjọ.

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Ijapa Oke and the Ijapa Odo

Ijapa Odo and Ijapa Oke

We have the Ijapa Oke and the Ijapa Odo . There is the aquatic turtle and the land tortoise. Both can swim. Yarinbo is the female specie while Idere is the younger one. Oodua (Yoruba) is just deep Ijapa Odo ...

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k1

Fuji Musician, K1 De Ultimate, Installed As First Mayegun Of Oodua Land

KWAM 1 has made a lot of cultural impact on Yoruba land with his Fuji genre music and this is a well-deserved title for the singer.

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jamb

Ìdí tí nó̩ḿbà ìdánimò̩ kò fi jé̩ dandan mó̩ – Àjo̩ JAMB

Ẹ kò nílò nọńbà ìdánimọ̀ NIN fún ìdánwò àṣewọlé ọdún 2020… Àjọ JAMB Fẹ́mi Akínṣọlá Ni báyìí Àjọ tó ń rí sí ìdánwò àṣewọlé ilé ẹ̀kọ́ gíga JAMB tí kó àfàró nípa lílo nọ́mbà ìdánimọ̀ “NIN” fún ìdánwò àṣewọlé ọdún ...

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Ẹ kéde iye ọlọ́pàá tó gba rìbá, kí ẹ tó má a yin ra a yín… Aráàlú sọ fún iléeṣẹ́ ọlọ́pàá

Ẹ kéde iye ọlọ́pàá tó gba rìbá, kí ẹ tó má a yin ra a yín… Aráàlú sọ fún iléeṣẹ́ ọlọ́pàá Èsì àwọn ọmọ Nàìjíríà tó tẹ̀lé bí iléèṣẹ́ ọlọ́pàá ṣe yin ara rẹ̀Lórí káàdì tí wọ́n fi síta lójú ...

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Iyami Ipese

Iyami And Ipese To Appease Iyami

The Iyami are supernatural women who have been blessed by Elodumare with a great power which can be seen in the Odu Ifa Osetua, where it is written: anyone who makes a plan by excluding from it the ideas of the women, must know that their plan is intended to fail.

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oro ile

Title: Orò Ilé

Artist: Moyo OkedijiTitle: Orò IléMedium: terracottaDate: 2010

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akodi orisa

Transforming Ìṣẹ̀ṣe Temples, Shrines, Houses Of Worship

Women devotees live in a sanctuary that attends to both their spiritual and physical needs at the Àkòdì Òrìṣà. We train them to produce things that can be marketed. Spirituality is great and necessary. But we also have material needs—which ...

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Oluo̩mo̩

M C Oluo̩mo̩ fo̩wó̩ o̩lá gbáwa lójú – NURTW

MC Oluo̩mo̩ fo̩wó̩ o̩lá gbáwa lójú – NURTWLáti o̩wó̩ Yínká ÀlàbíOro ti gbogbo ara ilu ni o ti ku regbe ti o si ti di ohun igbagbe ni o tun n rugbo ni ibere ise yii laarin Musiliu Akinsanya ati ...

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palapala

This is what we call Pálapàla in Ede Oodua.

Sacrilege! This man is standing up and shaking hands with the ALÁÀFIN Ọ̀YỌ̀. They say he is from Bahia. Why is he shaking hands with the Alaafin? Because he is old enough to do so? This is what we call ...

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