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This is what we call Pálapàla in Ede Oodua.


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 pálapàla in Ede Oodua (Yoruba).

It is so disgusting to see a so-called Isese man from Brazil in Oyo shaking hands with the Alaafin, just because they built some shithole house in Oyo.

If they have no home training, let them stop coming.

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