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Akinrere, the founder of Ikire, his son, Olaberinjo and grandson, Kujemilayo were elephant hunters
I recommend the biography of HRM Oba Adedoyin the Owa Ale of Ikareland. it is a 206 paged book titled “Adimula Ti Ikare” it is quite revealing. please grab a copy.
According to Ifa oral tradition the first Oba (king) of the Yoruba Nation was Oduduwa from the elision Odu (womb) dudu (black) iwa (character) meaning the Invisible Source of Character. The word black in relationship to the word womb is a reference to the invisible or hidden mystery of Creation. The name Oduduwa suggests someone … More Ifa concept of Obatala in Yoruba history
Oye ka ni fura bi aban sin ale eni lo
Witchcraft, the extra-natural interference in the welfare of the community by women, has long since ceased to be a source of major concern in Western society. In many other areas of the world, however, the witch remains a very active and vital image in the consciousness of the people, This is certainly true for the … More Yoruba Concept of Witches
Ori koo da mi ‘re – Ori bless me abundantly Orisa ma jee nsowo asenu – Orisa do not let me labor in vain Adifa fun okankan lenirunwo Irunmole – Divinated for 401 + 1 Orisa Nigbati won ntode orun bo wa si ode aiye When they were to descend from heaven into the world … More ODU EJI OGBE – The chant