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Nigeria: Do most Nigerians welcome westernization

Do most Nigerians welcome westernization?

There is fear that the unique cultures and traditions of Nigeria would go extinct in no distance time, even sooner than anyone's imagination.

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iku

Iku

Ikú, conventionally translated as death, is in fact not "death."

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pete

Video: Any Naija Guy Or Afrian kneeling Down while proposing to a lady is a bloody fool – Pete Edochie

What are your thoughts on what Pete Edochie said?

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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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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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ijabe

QOTD: What is English name of Ijabe

Final answer ?

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anti yoruba oodua

Naira Marley Creates New Anti Oodua (Yoruba) Tradition Dance “#Tesumole” (Watch Video)

Esu is not satan awareness has been on for several years yet Naira Marley and fellow marlians do not know the huge damage Ajayi Crowder did to the Oodua (Yoruba) Tradition when he initially translated Satan in the Bible to ...

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British Soldier Grandson, Mark Walker To Return Looted Items From The Kingdom of Benin

The grandson of a British soldier who took part in the looting of Benin City in the late 19th century is returning items his ancestor took in a move experts say opens up a debate in what could happen to ...

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orun is not heaven

The translation of the “Ọ̀run” as “heaven” is totally misleading – Prof. Moyo Okediji‎

It turns an indigenous Oòduà (Yoruba) concept upsidedown into an Abrahamic tradition of “heaven” and “hell.” The Christians and Moslems attempted to distort the Oòduà (Yoruba) language to serve their various needs, once they translated Orun to heaven. This is ...

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