Misconceptions About Hausa’s In Nigeria.

Misconception about hausas in Nigeria
Misconception about hausas in Nigeria
Every one from the North is Hausa

This is like saying everyone from the South is Yoruba. There …

​Symbolic meanings on Ododua mask In Yoruba Tradition.

Yoruba Ododua mask symbolism
Yoruba Ododua mask symbolism

The Ododua Mask was created by the Benin people many years ago ,which can be inferred to have many symbols

Morning Motivation To Keep You Going This New Week.

Hunt your goals like a hungry lion

Success is growth, everyday, if you go a couple of days without feeling you have changed something, …

The Tradition Of Fattening Room Among The Efik Tribes of Nigeria.

Efik tribes of Nigeria fattening room
Efik tribes of Nigeria fattening room
Efik tribes of Nigeria fattening room
Efik tribes of Nigeria fattening room
Among the Efik, domiciled in large parts of Akwa Ibom and

How To Adapt To A Different African Culture. 

African gods
African gods
Culture as defined by our society is peoples way of life,moreover from afar someone or group of people can be admiring

Brotherly ( Poem of the day )

Brotherly
Brotherly: poem of the day

I miss coming back from school and find you outside,

Waiting to carry me up high in the …

​Types of Tribal Marks In Nigeria

Different types of tribal markings in Nigeria or in Yoruba land
Different types of tribal marks

Since tribal marks are used mainly to differentiate ethnic groups, they vary from one clan to the other.There are …

Facial Mutilation And Tribal Marks In Nigeria Society.

Facial mutilation and tribal marking in Nigeria
Facial mutilation and tribal marking in Nigeria
Tribal marks are specific marks which comes in different shapes and sizes, commonly found on the …

Our Culture Our Heritage.

Culture system
Cultural group

Culture is the peoples way of life ,of which it really is can have of much influence to our society, businesses, jobs,and …

 The Peaceful Nature Of  Hausa,Igbo And Yoruba In Nigeria.

Three ethnic group in Nigeria
Three ethnic group in Nigeria
HAUSA

Personally, i like the Hausa man because he is a free and kind giver, welcoming to strangers