Knowing that culture is our way of life, tribes and religion can not be left out of it…
45 days after the death of the former Olubadan, Oba Samuel Odulana 1, a new Olubadan was crowned.
It was the believe of many people that someone with dreadlocks is a ruffian. But today, people don’t see anything bad in it.
Both men and women are on dreads for two reasons, either for fashion or because they are are cheap to maintain.
Olubadan is the royal tittle of the King in Ibadan which mean, Lord of Ibadan land.
A song sang by one of the Nigerian juju music legend, chief Ebenezer Obey, which
As Oba Saliu Adetunji will be crowned publicly on Friday as the new Olubadan of Ibadan, GLOBACOM has taken up the sponsorship of all the activities lined up for the ceremony.
On Friday, 4th of March 2016, is the date set for the coronation of High Chief Saliu Adetunji, the successor of the late Olubadan, Oba Samuel Odulana Odungade I as the new Olubadan of Ibadan.
Do kings still exist in Nigeria?. Of course they do. Yoruba people call them oba, which means ‘someone who presides over everything. Kings are recognized as deities too just like the likes of Sango( god of thunder).
Leap year has an extra day added to the end of February which makes it 29 days instead of the usual 28 days.
People born on February 29 are called “leaplings” or “leapers”.
The frog is a symbol associated with February 29
Ja Rule and Pope Paul III were born on a leap year.
The next leap year falls on Saturday…