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Aregbesola Celebrates Aderemi, First Educated Yoruba King

Aregbesola Celebrates Aderemi, First Educated Yoruba King

Rauf Aregbesola, minister of interior and former governor of Osun state, has ‘immortalised’ the memories of Oba Adesoji Aderemi, the late Ooni of Ife who also served as the governor of Nigeria’s old western region.…

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Men Wear Loin Cloth. Women Wear Fresh Leaves.  They Bury Twins Alive With Their Mothers – The Koma Tribe of Nigeria

Men Wear Loin Cloth. Women Wear Fresh Leaves. They Bury Twins Alive With Their Mothers – The Koma Tribe of Nigeria

Their men men wear loincloths; women wear fresh leaves and they regard a twin birth as evil and abomination. Until recently, babies of multiple births were buried alive with their ‘unfortunate mothers’. They are in…

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‘Stolen Biafra’ Statues Auctioned by Britain for N85.6 million (£238,000)

‘Stolen Biafra’ Statues Auctioned by Britain for N85.6 million (£238,000)

British auction company, Christie’s, sold two life-sized wooden statues with Nigerian roots for N85.6 million ($238,000) in an online auction yesterday, June 29, 2020. “A Couple of Igbo Figures Attributed to The Akwa Master”, were…

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A Nation stripped off it’s kingship, land and language

A Nation stripped off it’s kingship, land and language

The same suffering under the democratic government as in the Colonial Era The Makholokoe are tired of being taken for granted, a nation of 3 million in South Africa spread largely around Free State, KwaZulu-Natal,…

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Africa Has 30% of Earth’s Remaining Mineral Resources Yet Still Poor – Here’s The Solution

Africa Has 30% of Earth’s Remaining Mineral Resources Yet Still Poor – Here’s The Solution

Many people wonder why Africa is backward despite being rich in mineral, natural, and human resources. The continent is a key territory on the global map – super-rich in oil and natural resources. This puts…

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Hands Cut Off For Not Supplying Enough Rubber: Belgium’s Evil in Congo

Hands Cut Off For Not Supplying Enough Rubber: Belgium’s Evil in Congo

Adam Hochschild, who authored “King Leopold’s Ghost” revealed that about half the population of the Congo Free State perished under the King Leopold II and that villages that missed rubber collection quotas were made to…

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Queen of Sheba in Buried in Ijebu Ode, Nigeria

Queen of Sheba in Buried in Ijebu Ode, Nigeria

She is known as Bilquis, Bilikisu, or more notably, the Queen of Sheba but her Biblical account is one of the most popular.                         …

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Tunisia & Ethiopia Make Forbes List of Countries With Great Tourism Potential Post-Covid-19

Tunisia & Ethiopia Make Forbes List of Countries With Great Tourism Potential Post-Covid-19

Tunisia hits the spotlight as it makes the list of the seven countries to visit in July. The list was published by American business magazine Forbes, saying the seven countries that have the potential to…

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The Beauty of Yoruba Wedding Ceremony and Marriage Lifestyle

The Beauty of Yoruba Wedding Ceremony and Marriage Lifestyle

Weddings are the cream of all events amongst Nigerians, especially the Yoruba people in South-western part of the country. They are naturally fabulous, cultured and smart at revelling and ‘investing’ on social events. Wedding begins…

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Ethiopians Angry as Britain Slows The Return  of Two Locks of Hair of Emperor Tewodros II

Ethiopians Angry as Britain Slows The Return of Two Locks of Hair of Emperor Tewodros II

Britain is yet to return the two locks of royal hair belonging to the famous Ethiopian Emperor Tewodros II, which the National Army Museum in Britain had announced earlier this year will be sent back…

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