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SeeMeSeeNigeria 18 Nov 14
Igbo Tradition does not permit women to climb, pluck or break kola nut.
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Nkiruka Nistoran 9 Aug 18
In Biafra land recognize and appreciate indigenous language,here at the on going IGWEOCHA Elders BIAFRA REFERENDUM summit the culture of breaking of Kolanuts is implicitly observed. The Elders that represent all ethnicities in Biafra land prayed for imminent restoration
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Boason Omofaye Oct 9
Anyone remembers when in Nigeria, you're most likely the lucky groom if you are a farmer, or your Dad owns a or or farm. A time when parents want their daughters betrothed to farmers???
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Christian Wolfe 22 Nov 17
once upon a time, i lived in West Africa, but i was always White American, never West African so i have more knowledge/experience to draw upon than what i read in the Western media :) not just a voice, a song, but no vote, nor should i
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SeeMeSeeNigeria 18 Nov 14
Kolanut is eaten on its own or served with Okwa Ose (peppered butter paste) or alligator pepper
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Agro-ONE Group Oct 29
Quantity of Produced in Nigeria in tonnes 2017-140,842 2015-161,711 2013-132,000 2011-138,000 2009-162,080 2007-100,000 2005-85,250 2003-85,000 2001-82,000 1999-82,674 %World Share-51.8% is the number one producer of in the Source-FAOSTAT
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Evan Spence 6 Nov 13
look me in the face and tell me it doesn't look exactly like him. You can't. Because it does.
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Chairman 🇳🇬🎬🏁 19 Feb 18
Replying to @CEOnChairman
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Nana Awere Damoah 12 Feb 16
I just bought 2 Northern Smocks on ! Get yours here ... via
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Grant Bleecher 28 Jan 16
Pepsi's food drink and event space in Meatpacking. Coming soon.
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warriorwoman 6 Jun 13
s/o to for the moment
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Maiden Speech Aug 17
Onye wetere oji, weter ndu - He who brings Kola, brings life. ‘The Kola Nut Does Not Speak English’ is a Nigerian-British woman’s exploration of memory, language, family and cultural histories through African theatre practices.
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Tyrone Christopher 18 Mar 18
Enjoying some aka that I brought from 🇯🇲last year. Feels like drinking or a solid .
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StaPrince_testimony 30 Oct 17
tanx for loving de new sound
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HumansofSierra Leone 1 Sep 15
Kola nut is widely use as dowry in traditional wedding ceremonies in , thus the term 'put kola'.
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Yowamca Oct 2
Oji: lasts long in the mouth of those who know the value of it. at events may seem cheap to the guests until it behoves on one to buy some as a host. with the we do, "the best time to plant a was 20 years ago. The second best is now."
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Kicks Player 6 Oct 14
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GrandSon Ìyálóde 8 Sep 16
Well detailed information on My Grandparents ate a wonderful lots of it..unlike my parents, Bless the all
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LOVE Nigeria 25 Jan 16
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LakeShowBo 12 Apr 11
Some of y'all hoes more bitter than
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