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Withered but With Us!

The lonely tree With varying shapes of leaves Just withered! The Actor cum Writer, Poet cum dramatist, Translator cum polyglot. He rose from Agboye, Oyo Alaafin, You portrayed the cultural ideologies, Distinguishing you from the market noise of knowledge. Sapping knowledge from Ibadan, Doing exploits in Ibadan, Pitching his tent …

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Awo vs ọgberi

Mo ki yin o! This greeting in Yorùbá means I salute you. It’s still a fresh year and I am looking forward to a great year. I will be using a lot of Yorùbá words which will not bore you but make you see things from the worldview of my …

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Idúpé ỌDÚN kan ti Yorùbá Lákọ̀tun bere

The journey of  Yorùbá Lákọ̀tun would not be complete without the great support of our partners, special guests, audience, all volunteers at the back end and well-wishers who have helped to enhance each event. According to the host of the quarterly programme, Olutayo Irantiola, said, “I appreciate everyone who have …

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In a bid to revive Yoruba language in Lagos, Nigeria, Olútáyọ̀ Ìrántíọlá, a cultural and literary enthusiast, developed Yorùbá LákỌ̀tun, an event aimed at cultural and literary renaissance. The first edition took place at Ethnic Heritage Center, Ikoyi, Lagos over the weekend. The center is a language training hub for …

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(Lati inu owe: Teni begi loju)Igi aruwedandan ni, Igi le ge, E o fa tu. Ti e o ba ti tu iru, Emi opin, Ise o tan, Eyi te se o soro,Ese meji loseyin!A si fi meji tesiwaju. A se ni se ara re,Oro pe emi loun se,Oun a fi ori se lotojo,Oun a fi ipa …

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Who is wise? Let him come, Wisdom beckons at him. Who can stand? Stand not to hear this, You can’t be knowledgeable, If this eludes you. Learn from past experiences,Have you ever experienced it?Learn from them,They know it,Let them narrate their ordeal,Then you will be wise,Life will be much pleasant for you,Listen! Listen well! Lati inu …

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(Lati inu owe: Eniyan laso mi) Bi eni ba mooru, T o si aya si, Ma gbagbe pe: Oye laye. Bi asiko oginitin bade, O nilo nkan to fi bora, Ma gbagbe pe: Oye laye. Bi o ba dun loni, O le yi biri lola, Ma gbagbe pe: Oye laye. …

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Prince George Olusesan Ajewole of the Asedo scion from Efon-Alaaye, Ekiti State has attained the golden age of 70. This calls for celebration considering the impact he has made in many lives. Baba Aje, as he is fondly called, is a teacher of teachers; a sculptor that has trained many …

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