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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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Personal Mode Or Pattern Of Dressing Under The Law

As a British Citizen and Bonafide Yoruba race person. The Human Rights Act 1988 of the United Kingdom (as amended) allow their citizens to enjoy their individual rights and protections as enshrined under the laws of the United Kingdom. Then, the Fundamental Rights concessions given to the citizens under Chapter …

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Statement Of fact And Reality Of Life

 For the avoidance of doubt, I am well convinced about the fact that there is a wide difference between traditionalists and fashionistas which is not comparable in all ramifications. I inherited my pattern of dressing code from my late biological parent, we are a fashionistas family and is in our …

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