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Brazil adopts Yoruba as official language

Yorubas and Yoruba language be like, "We global now, cheiii!!!" The Brazilian government has given Yoruba a pride of place among foreign languages spoken in...

“Yorubas Are Sophisticated Morons”- Vanguard Editorial Chairman, Ochereome Nnanna Sparks Controversy

Egbami !! Sophisticated morons ke?? When I look at people like this, their faces, and the mouths they use to spill these kind of ballistic...

“The Headies is a Yoruba Award, they didn’t give an Award...

A Nigerian radio presenter named mc_akonuche took to his instagram account to say this, what are your thoughts?? For d past 6 years iv been...

Do you know how these places got their names? Yoruba place...

Yoruba cities have some of the most fascinating, intriguing names, but have you ever wondered where they came from? Beautiful Yorubaland gives us the...

In Yoruba Names “Ọlá” Does Not Always Mean “Wealth” – Kola...

One common stereotype about Yorùbá names is that they, on the surface, always seem obsessed with wealth. It is incompatible with the truth, of...

Ultimate #ThrowbackThursday – 50 pictures of Nigeria giving us nostalgia, pride...

A #ThrowbackThursday worth doing is always worth doing well, so as this is the last day of the year, we thought - why stop...

Raising Bilingual Children in Diaspora

I remember growing up as a young girl in Lagos, and we had cousins that were never spoken to in Yoruba. I thought it...

Ale Oge – a celebration of Yoruba culture – comes to...

ALE OGE! ALE OGE!! ・・・ We are ready for the biggest cultural glam slam of the summer!! Think Yoruba in the City!! O ma ja wire!! Date:...

At last! An Igbo and Yoruba keyboard developed for Windows and...

This is the very best news I have heard this month; probably this year! It is of great distress to me that I can...

House-hunting in Nigeria: how prejudice and tribalism hurts us all

A most trying situation has been brought to our attention and it further proves just how deep tribalism, prejudice and hatred have eaten deeply into the fabric...