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Taboo (ÈÈWỌ̀)

The concept of taboo can’t be over-emphasized as far as our Isese community is concerned. The concept of taboo is as old as man, because, during the creation of the earth, Elédùmarè instructed Ọbàtálá to be in charge of creation ...

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cancel culture

Brave New Cancel Culture World

If we need a date when the West started to go seriously wrong, let’s start with Rome in the early 5th century By Pepe Escobar with permission and first posted at Asia Times In 2020, we saw the enshrinement of techno-feudalism ...

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prof Moyo Okediji

The Dilemma Of Abandoning Your Language

By Prof. Moyo OkedijiFor the first time in my life, I traveled out of Nigeria in 1983 to visit London for a solo exhibition of my work at the Africa Center.Rufus Orisayomi had arranged the exhibition for me.Tunde Fagbenle and ...

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TK

Word of advice to all the useful Idi*ts in Nollywood used as an element of promoting foreign Ideology while destroying Cultural Heritage.

The Chinese Movies glorify Chinese culture, Indian Movies glorify Indian people and their culture The West Uses their Movies to evangelise their culture. Here in Africa , We produce movies to destroy our culture . Uncle Tunde Kelani is exceptional ...

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esuIsnotSatan

“WALK FOR ÈṢÙ” on the 24th Of December 2020. #EsuIsNotSatan2020

Join us to participate in the forth coming Awareness & Peaceful Walk Tagged “WALK FOR ÈṢÙ” on the 24th Of December 2020. This will be a Peaceful individual Campaign on the denigration, the misinterpretation and wrong identity attached to ÈṢÙ. ...

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Yemoja

Celebrating the Orisa Yemoja

Each year, the Oodua people in Nigeria give thanks to Yemoja, Orisa of the river and mother of all other Oodua Orisa. It is an important way for us to remember and celebrate our traditional roots and beliefs. Ibadan, Oyo ...

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What is Àgùnfọn called in English?

Àgùnfọn is called giraffe in English. There are only an estimated 600 West African giraffe remaining in the world. However, the population has recovered from only 49 individuals in 1996, and as such this giraffe subspecies was recently down-listed to ...

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Agodongbo

What is Agodongbo Called in English and Chinese?

Agodongbo is called Colt in English Language and in Chinese it is called Xiǎo mǎ. The term “colt” only describes young male horses and is not to be confused with foal, which is a horse of either sex less than one year of age. Similarly, a ...

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rakunmi

What is Rakunmi called in English ?

Rakunmi is called Camel in English Language— sights and interesting facts. Rakunmi is located on is on north-western part part of Nigeria (Ekiti Division, Kebbi State). Camels are located mainly in the semi-arid northern part of Nigeria including Borno, Yobe, Kano, Jigawa, Katsina, Sokoto, Kebbi and ...

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Odún dé, Gbogbo Irúnmolè e gbé ire wá

Our World Ifa festival has come, all divinities, we request that goodness is brought to us all. Just listen to Òsé Orógbe as follows:- Eésan ò sé gbá lójúÀkeèkèé ò se é dìníbòAdífá fún Odún tíí se Yèyé ObaÒsé tééré ...

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