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ijapa

Ìjàpá Tó Wà Ní Ààfin Ṣọ̀ún Ògbómọ̀ṣọ́ (Alàgbà) Ti Papòdà

Ìṣe èèyàn ,ìṣe ẹranko, Ìjàpá tó wà ní ààfin Ṣọ̀ún Ògbómọ̀ṣọ́ Alàgbà ti papòdà lẹ́ni ojilelọọdunrun ọdún ó lé mẹrin lóke eèpẹ̀ . Fẹ́mi Akínṣọlá Toyin Ajamu, to jẹ akọwe agba ni Ààfin Kabiyesi Ṣọun ti ilẹ Ogbomọṣọ ti bùn ...

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queens college

Àrùn burúkú fé̩ tú Queens college

Arun iba buruku kan n da yanpon- yanrin sile bayii ni ile-ise awon obinrin (Queens college) to wa ni ilu Eko.Ironu ti dori awon agba kodo ni ipinle Eko bayii paapaa julo fun gbogbo awon to lomo nibe. Ile-iwe yii ...

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1st law of Motion in Oodua Language

If you go to most villages in southwest Nigeria, you would find that the secondary schools in those villages are mostly “grammar schools”. You hardly find any science or comprehensive schools in the village. The few schools that attempt to ...

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ifa

Oodua Ifa Chief priests

Oodua priests of ifa are known as babalawo (fathers of secrets). Trained from their youth in the rituals of divination, they are masters of a vast corpus of oral literature known as ese ifa often referred to as containing the ...

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