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10TH YEARS FOUNDERS DAY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE ONDO CONNECTS NEW ERA: REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF LOMIDU STREET ANCIENT DELAPIDATED AND ABANDONED ROAD IN ONDO TOWN, ONDO STATE

Fellow Brothers and Sisters, as part of our Self Help Community Development Project Awareness Campaign, the Ondo Ondo Connects New Era will undertake the rehabilitation and reconstruction of LOMIDU STREET at Okerowo Community Area (as seen in the short visual video clip), including the drainage path that has been dilapidated …

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The Unforgotten Yoruba Author

Late Daniel Olorunfemi Fagunwa (D. O Fagunwa) was born in 1903 at Oke-Igbo, Ondo state, Yorubaland. He attended St. Luke’s School, Oke-Igbo and proceeded to St. Andrew’s College, Oyo, where he later became a teacher. He was the pioneering author of Yoruba own novels. In the year 1938, he entered …

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10TH YEARS FOUNDERS DAY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE ONDO CONNECTS NEW ERA: REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF LOMIDU STREET ANCIENT DELAPIDATED AND ABANDONED ROAD IN ONDO TOWN, ONDO STATE

Fellow Brothers and Sisters, as part of our Self Help Community Development Project Awareness Campaign, the Ondo Ondo Connects New Era will undertake the rehabilitation and reconstruction of LOMIDU STREET at Okerowo Community Area (as seen in the short visual video clip), including the drainage path that has been dilapidated …

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The Unforgotten Yoruba Author

Late Daniel Olorunfemi Fagunwa (D. O Fagunwa) was born in 1903 at Oke-Igbo, Ondo state, Yorubaland. He attended St. Luke’s School, Oke-Igbo and proceeded to St. Andrew’s College, Oyo, where he later became a teacher. He was the pioneering author of Yoruba own novels. In the year 1938, he entered …

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10TH YEARS FOUNDERS DAY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE ONDO CONNECTS NEW ERA: REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF LOMIDU STREET ANCIENT DELAPIDATED AND ABANDONED ROAD IN ONDO TOWN, ONDO STATE

Fellow Brothers and Sisters, as part of our Self Help Community Development Project Awareness Campaign, the Ondo Ondo Connects New Era will undertake the rehabilitation and reconstruction of LOMIDU STREET at Okerowo Community Area (as seen in the short visual video clip), including the drainage path that has been dilapidated …

Read More »

The Unforgotten Yoruba Author

Late Daniel Olorunfemi Fagunwa (D. O Fagunwa) was born in 1903 at Oke-Igbo, Ondo state, Yorubaland. He attended St. Luke’s School, Oke-Igbo and proceeded to St. Andrew’s College, Oyo, where he later became a teacher. He was the pioneering author of Yoruba own novels. In the year 1938, he entered …

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Untold Story Of The Legendary Alabukun Powder And Its Maker

Jacob Sogboyega Odulate, the Blessed Jacob, sat at the work table in his laboratory, writing the notes which contained the formula for what would ultimately be known as his famous patented medicine, Alabukun Powder. This was in the year 1918. It was early in the evening of another hectic day …

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  • 30 June

    The Unforgotten Yoruba Author

    Late Daniel Olorunfemi Fagunwa (D. O Fagunwa) was born in 1903 at Oke-Igbo, Ondo state, Yorubaland. He attended St. Luke’s School, Oke-Igbo and proceeded to St. Andrew’s College, Oyo, where he later became a teacher. He was the pioneering author of Yoruba own novels. In the year 1938, he entered …

    Read More »
  • 30 June

    Untold Story Of The Legendary Alabukun Powder And Its Maker

    Jacob Sogboyega Odulate, the Blessed Jacob, sat at the work table in his laboratory, writing the notes which contained the formula for what would ultimately be known as his famous patented medicine, Alabukun Powder. This was in the year 1918. It was early in the evening of another hectic day …

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  • 21 June

    Yoruba Name Translate To Someone Identity

    One’s name is one’s identity, Yoruba names reflect the culture, trade, gods being worshipped in the family as well as the situation in which a child was born. Yoruba had faith in the Almighty God of Heaven ever before the advent of Christianity and Islam. Ifa was then the religion …

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  • 21 June

    The Oluronbi Folklore

    Onikaluku jeje ewure (everyone promised to offer a goat) Ewure, ewure (goat, goat) Onikaluku jeje aguntan (everyone promised to offer a sheep) Aguntan bolojo (A fleshy sheep) Oluronbi jeje omo re (Oluronbi promised to offer her child) Omo re apon bi epo (Her child who is as light skinned as …

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