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2019 World Ifa/Orisa Pilgrimage In Ekiti And Ife.

2019 World Ifa/Orisa Pilgrimage In Ekiti And Ife.

I am very certain that Orunmila and other Orisa will be dancing and enjoying with what is happening with Ifa and Orisa Practitioners Community presently. Why? Because, miraculously with their sanctions, we have promoted the brotherhood among the Orisa and ...

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Following the Reaper Gleaners of Eji Koko Iwori

Eni a ba wa’de Laa ba rele Eni aja bawa laja nba lo Dia fun Eleji Iwori Ti yoo teju no akapo re girigiri Ebo ni won ni o wase O gbebo, o rubo Ifa teju mo mi koo wo ...

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Iyawo Elese Oosun: The new Olori wasn’t stepping on blood !

Iyawo Elese Oosun. Please lets ask from those who are knowledgeable instead of guessing, if anyone is ignorant of Yoruba customs and tradition. There’s no where in Yoruba tradition where the bride is required to step over blood as part ...

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Adeniyi Johnson

Congrats: Adeniyi Johnson bags Movie Awards 2018

One of Yoruba Nollywood finest actor, Adeniyi Johnson bags movie awards 2018. Congratulations to him.

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Photos: Meet the New Aare Agbefaga of Oworonsoki Kingdom

Installation of Oloye Babalorisa Rudolph Eastman from Trinidad and Tobago as “Aare Agbefaga of Oworonsoki Kingdom” at the Palace of Araba of Oworonsoki Kingdom, Lagos on 4th September 2018 with Yeye Araba Banke Agboola, Oloye Dada Ifatoba, Erinmi of Oworonsoki ...

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Yoruba

Orisa names !

If you name is a Yoruba name It is an Orisa name It does not have to include ogun, Sango, Ifa or any other Orisa name to be an Orisa name. Titilope, Moyosore, Adebayo, Wuraola,Abayomi, Babatope, Damilola, Folasade,Gbolahan, Ilesanmi, Ibitokun, ...

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Labalaba

Labalaba

  Ope, Awo Labalaba Adifa fun Labalaba Eyi tii se Ojise Olódùmarè Ope ni won ni ki o maa se A ni t’inu t’eyin mi re o, Olódùmarè Labalaba kii sede A ni t’inu t’eyin mi re o, Olódùmarè Gratitude, ...

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Yoruba heart and mind in a Frenchman’s body!

Remembering Pa Pierre Fátúmbí Verger, the polymath… Pa Pierre Fátúmbí Verger was born French into a noble lineage and this great man devoted more than half of his 93-year life to the study, promotion, development and practice of Yoruba culture. ...

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Awada Toni: Omo Ibadan

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What is the Month of July In Yoruba ?

 

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