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Sunday, March 24, 2019

Nigerian History

Kano Central Mosque (1960)





- When a king dies in Idoma, it is a taboo to mourn at the funeral.

- Study shows that Akwa Ibom has the best roads.

from Nigerian facts on twitter.

6 comments:

  1. akwa-Ibom roads are on point... I once interacted with some foreign guys I met in abuja. they were serving in akwa ibom.One of the things they were quick to compliment on were the road

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  2. It's soon true,am an idoma girl and it was exactly what happened at my uncles funeral,before he was crowned king,he was already mourned,cried for...in short part of the rituals of being king is dressing him like a corpes and crying and wailing for him after that,he would be carried to the forest for seven days for firtufication before bring crowned king. So after him die,na dance and singing and celebration oooo.no mourning,no crying.hope I try small for my explanation.

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    1. Wow! Idoma ppl lives life in a reversal then. Cry you should jubilate and celebrate when you should mourn. Tradition.

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  3. It's soon true,am an idoma girl and it was exactly what happened at my uncles funeral,before he was crowned king,he was already mourned,cried for...in short part of the rituals of being king is dressing him like a corpes and crying and wailing for him after that,he would be carried to the forest for seven days for firtufication before bring crowned king. So after him die,na dance and singing and celebration oooo.no mourning,no crying.hope I try small for my explanation.

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  4. Edo has the worst roads

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  5. Research recently carried out about religion and its effects in all the countries in the world show clearly that those countries whose people are under the captivity of religions do not prosper, they see everything in terms of religion; they spend all their productive time serving the religion and they are unable to take their future and destinies into their own hands to break free from their ignorance hence they are stranded from generation to generation until more dynamic forces swallow them up and even further enslave them. Nigeria now has millions of slaves to religion.

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