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Egbe

What is Egbe (Egg-beh) in English ?

Egbe (Egg-beh) is a Yoruba word, which literally means society or groups. Egbe Orun (Orun means heaven), is our spirit group or companions associated with us from heaven. Here, “Heaven” means from which ever realm you lived within the universe. ...

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Ti o ba ka iwe yii fi ara e han

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lace

Security Alert: How to know you have been kidnapped after boarding a Bus in Nigeria.

Dear all, Please, be informed – Security Alert If you are in a cab, bus or bike where the driver is making a call and says “Lace” or “Ankara”,He’s a kidnapper. Quietly alight immediately.. Lace means Male Ankara means Female ...

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Robert Mugabe

African Hero, Robert Mugabe Passes on at 95

The man who Robert Mugabe liberated his Own People and Protected Zimbabwean Minerals from the exploitation of Western Imperialists, as they used sanctions to cripple his leadership dies. President Robert Mugabe was one of the greatest leader, who stood against ...

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Nigeria Reacts to Xenophobic attacks, pulls out of World Economic Summit, recalls Ambassador to South Africa

Nigeria Reacts to Xenophobic attacks, pulls out of World Economic Summit, recalls Ambassador to South Africa

Nigeria has pulled out of the ongoing World Economic Forum in Cape Town, South Africa, over fresh xenophobic attacks. The Federal Government has concluded arrangements to recall Nigeria High Commissioner to South Africa, Amb. Kabiru Bala for consultation and also ...

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So much brilliance in one Video ? (Must watch) #PanAfricanism

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kini oruko kokoro yii

Gege bi Omo Oodua Rere, Nje E Mo Oruko ti won pe kokoro yi ?

Kini Oruko ti won pe kokoro ti o wa ninu aworan oke yii ?

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aja

Awa Omo Oudua Rere: E Da Epa Owe Kan To Ba Oro Aja Lo

Owe Yoruba

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Òṣèré wo ni ẹ fẹ́ràn jù nínú àwọn àgbà osere meji yi?

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oodua

Oòduà Words Of the Week

Báyií – This is how, Báwo? -How? Bákan – Somehow, Bádé – Arrived withBálo =Go withBárò =Commeserate

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