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Ijinle Ohun Ife: The Yoruba Language of The Gods

Oluporo Ikaomesi Ijenjeniwonran, D’Ifa fun Olodumare ti yio t’orun fimule mu ebora se….. Igare-Osule, gbogbo eriwo ni foribale fun alase ‘Ijinle Ohun Ife’………………… { ‘Oluporo Ikaomesi Ijenjeniwonran (Sealers Of Every Words & Languages), Divined for the Almighty God that initiated ...

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Yo’ooba Civilization: Yoruba Culture & Language Must Not Be Mistaken

A contemporary Yoruba Muslim or Christian is wary of saying ASE because it is common amongst the traditionalists. And some do not want to say OLODUMARE because they think it is the name of a deity. Others do not want ...

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#NigeriaAt55: Top 10 Biggest Cultural Groups In Nigeria

Nigeria is a land of diverse cultures, speaking a multitude of different languages. Despite our differences, there is real beauty in our diversity. The Federal Ministry of Tourism and Culture in its Fascinating Nigeria Magazine published the biggest cultural groups ...

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Simple Tips on How to Revive the Nigerian Culture

Nigeria’s culture is invaluable and priceless. It is what defines us as a nation. Without it, we lose our identity and it is important that all efforts are made to ensure that it does dissipate in the face of a ...

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Which ones of these Yoruba sub-ethnic tribal marks can you identify??

1) 2) 3)

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Names in Yoruba Culture.

Taye/Taiwo- first born of twins. Commonly believed to be the younger “spiritually” and to have been sent by the other twin to test the waters/earth first to see if it was good. Kehinde: the younger of twins but traditionally, considered ...

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Question of the day: Why Did Yoruba Culture Survive In Latin America And Not Igbo Or Others

I watched a film ‘Kori Kotok on Youtube. As i was inspired with the verse and society i chose to pursuit internet planning to get more insight. Shockingly all i am getting are stories from different Latin American sites. What is ...

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Exhibiting the Yoruba culture.

Let’s see how many “shares/likes/comments/retweets” this unique photograph can pull. Do not forget to drop one word for it.

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