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My Woven Words Jan 6
Surround yourself with people that motivates you! Stay motivated!!
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Jan 5
In 75 BCE, Julius Caesar was kidnapped by a bunch of Cilician pirates. They demanded a ransom of 20 talents of silver ($600,000 today) However, Caesar laughed at them nd told them to raise d ransom up to 50 talents of silver instead, since “obviously they didn’t know who he was”
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My Woven Words Jan 5
For over nine decades, Alabukun Powder has maintained its stand as one of the most popular patent medicines commonly found in Nigerian homes, workplaces, pharmacies and street shops. Click 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾 to read about how Jacob Odulate invented Alabukun in 1918
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My Woven Words Jan 1
30 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT “NEW YEAR” “New Year” is a celebration most people look forward to. here is a list of 30 interesting “New Year” facts that you will really enjoy:
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My Woven Words Jan 1
FINANCIAL TIPS FOR 2020 - OLADELE ABIGAIL
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My Woven Words Jan 1
YOU ARE ENOUGH - ADEDAYO ADEMOKOYA
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My Woven Words Dec 31
Happy New Year from all of us at My Woven Words
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omobàbá of ògbómòsó Dec 31
This year, I have created a bond far more than friendship... These guys are great individuals who believe in substance and future plans and at the same time, critics... On the flipside, unforgiving enemies have been unavoidably made...Inspite of this, I apologise
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omobàbá of ògbómòsó Dec 30
O ti su mi o...How will u come up and say Wizkid is underrated...😟What again d u want nitori oloun
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Dec 26
I just published a lifestyle and cultural article on titled: “When They Call You Omoluabi in Yorubaland“ You’ll love it. 😊 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Dec 29
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun (Wizkid) and Olubankole Wellington (Banky W) in 2009. Indeed, nobody knows tomorrow.
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Dec 28
HOW TO MAKE KUNNU (TIGERNUT MILK) Kunnu, a non-alcoholic beverage produced from millet and spices (ginger, cloves, red and black pepper) the method of preparation of the drink is described below.
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Dec 25
This is place is now known as Banana Island. Originally it was referred to as Igbó Ògèdè (Banana Forest) in the 1970s
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My Woven Words Dec 24
Christmas is the time when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. If you're spending time with friends and family during the holidays, why not impress them with some of these interesting, fun, festive facts? Read more>>>
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Dec 24
Meet Oba Prof Akinola John Akintola the Alápà of “Òkín-Àpà” and Professor of entomology in Lautech. Had a nice time visiting him today with @omo_baba_ogun & . He’s celebrating 4yrs on the ancestral throne He’s a lover of culture and a big supporter of
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My Woven Words Dec 23
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Adékúnlé omo Odùduwà Dec 23
When they call you “Omoluabi” in Yorubaland, it means: To a christian, you are a saint. To a Muslim, you are Wali Allah. To Hindus, a “Sadhu”. To a Buddhist, you’re enlightened. To a Confucianist, a gentleman. In Judaism, such a person is a “Tzadik”. © Pa Odekanyin of Oyo Town
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omobàbá of ògbómòsó Dec 20
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My Woven Words Dec 21
Photo showing the Ransome-Kuti’s family in the 1940s. Can you identify Fela? © My Woven Words
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My Woven Words Dec 21
Edward Wilmot Blyden, was born on August 3, 1832, in the Virgin Islands in the West Indies, a descendant of Ibo slaves from Nigeria. He was an extremely gifted student, and at age of eighteen, attempted to enroll at…
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