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May the Ancestors Light your Path! Ase o.

The Anceators have Arrived. May you have great day on this Obatala, Egungun…day Egun mo peo ti igba meta…  

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KṒJṒDÁ: Aseyi Samodun O! (Happy New Year 10,060 !)

“KṒJṒDÁ” – ‘Ki ṓjṓ dá: Meaning; May The Day Be Clear or Foreseen; is the name of Yórúbà Calendar. Akù Odùn Tìtún o! Eyìn Omo Yórubà nìlè lókó, léyín ódì! It is 10,059 of the Yoruba Calendar (Kojoda, which means ...

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Happy New Year! Aseyi samodun o!!!

Happy Yoruba New Year! Aseyi samodun o!!!

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yoruba culture

What will our identity be ?

I wonder what we will be like in the coming years.  I hope that more people come to realise the importance of valuing our culture, tradition and spirituality. We should cherish them rather than forgetting it completely. Ire O! Iyalorisa ...

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Spirituality Dictionary Definition: See definition of each term that applies to Spirituality

Below are the definitions of each term that applies to Spirituality Ajaguna – Name for the head of the Astral Mates family. Astral Mates – Heavenly spirits believed to dwell between the heavenly realm and the earthly realms watching over ...

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Drums festival 2018

Photos: Drums festival was a success for the Nation and Africa as a whole – Amosun

The Governor of Ogun State, Ibikunle Amosun has stated that the just concluded Africa Drums Festival hosted by the state, generated lots of income for the individuals of their state and the government.  While speaking to convey house correspondents, he ...

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Legend-Yoruba

Legend Prof. Akínwùmí Ìsọ̀lá And The Rest of Us.

A TRIBUTE to the erudite Yoruba Scholar and Cultural icon who sadly left us on 17th February, 2018. Ká tó r’erin o di’igbó – k’á ró r’ẹfọ̀n ó d’ọdàn – Ka tó r’ẹ́ni bi AKINWÙMÍ ORÒJÍDÉ ÌṢỌ̀LÁ ó dàrìnàkò, ó ...

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Desecration Of Yoruba Heritage Value: Who’s not guilty AMONGST our revered Monarchs & Kingmakers!?

This piece shall hinge its fact on Yoruba adage that stated that…many are thieves but the one caught remains robber! When you watched sincerely on every Sunday Services in most Churches; what you will obviously noticed to your surprised admiration ...

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Prof Sophie Olúwọlé

Do Yoruba Serve One God Or More? Prof Sophie Olúwọlé

Do Yoruba Serve One God Or More? Prof Sophie Olúwọlé throws more light on the Pantheon

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Nigerian Anthem In Yoruba Language

Excellent go on to support Yoruba Language in education. Ambode for President 2019!! And if you do not learn how to sing the Nigerian National anthem in Yoruba listed here are the language below! Every Yoruba child in Nigeria should learn ...

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