Category: History & Culture

Anti-inflammatory Juice – Indonesia Jamu Juice

Bad eating habit, unhealthy foods, not sleeping well, lack of exercise and too much stress can trigger inflammation in your body. Most chronic diseases and health issues we experience in…

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The face behind Nigeria’s #20 naira note

The woman behind 20 Naira note is Dr. Hadiza Ladi Dosei Kwali, the famous Nigerian Potter born in a remote village of Kwali, Gwari region in the Nigeria Capital Territory,…

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The story of Odonla; a community living on water but lacks good water

A visit to Odonla, one of the many villages spread out along the long Atlantic coastal line of Ilaje, Ondo state with a combined projected population of over 391,200 people…

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How the Yoruba language is transcending across Africa and the world (Video)

The Yoruba people number over 44 million, making them the largest homogeneous people in Africa. The majority of this population (around 40 million) is located in Nigeria, where the Yoruba…

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Ibadan: The beautiful red roofed city

Ibadan is the sprawling capital city of Oyo state in southwest Nigeria. Pronounced as “E-baa-dawn” it is located in the West of Africa within the boarders of Nigeria. Ibadan is the capital…

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I Trust My Husband But I Wouldn’t Have Him Bathe My Daughter – TVC Presenter Sparks Controversy Online

  Morayo speaking during the TV show While speaking a television programme, "Your View" on TVC, popular presenter and show host, Morayo Akabashorun, on Wednesday morning, said that even though…

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I Have Only N75k Left Out Of The N25m I Won In BBNaija – Efe Speaks Out

Efe Ejeba While speaking as a guest on a radio show on Hot FM, the winner of the 2017 Big Brother Naija television show, Efe Ejeba, revealed that he has…

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EGUNGUN MASQUERADE – Rising from the dead?

If you pass through Ojuelegba on a regular basis, you’ll certainly remember having to ward off some colorfully dressed individuals holding canes. These annoying individuals, who perch to your side,…

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YORUBA TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE

Yoruba traditional marriage ceremony is known as Igbeyawo in Yoruba usually takes place weeks, months before the white wedding ceremony while some families choose to hold both wedding on the…

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