By Shola Ola
Over the centuries the Yoruba nation has produced some iconic people that would never be forgotten,nor their names ever be erased from the history books. This set of legends dedicated selflessly their entire life for Yoruba nation and the
I have followed my dad on occasion to the abattoir in Ikare-Akoko. Daddy Awe is swift as an eagle, when you walk with him, you must play catch up. It feels like his feet barely touch the ground.
In case you missed it, here are the first photos of Moremi Ajasoro Statue of Liberty as unveiled last week by Oonirisa Ojaja II.
Constructed using all local expertise and materials, and on the same spot Moremi lived several
Òrun Aiyê, directed by Jamile Coelho and written by Cintia Maria, is a stop-motion animated film that tells a candomble version of the Yoruba creation story with themes of envy, courage, and love.
The trailer below has been released
Fragments of old Yoruba towns thrive outside the European drawn borders of Nigeria, the biggest group being in Bènin Republic. Up until recently, patriotism to the colonial structure blinded the separate groups to each other's existence. With the
The Yoruba creation story is a beautiful story with Orishas as the main characters , it's fun to read and guilt-free ( humans have no inherited sin from the actions of previous humans or even Orishas). The many
To declare my blog opened , here is one of the stories I read last night . My alo is about a woman whose little girl made palm-oil.
One day when she had made palm-oil she took it to