Images of Gwari Culture in Nigeria

Many people don’t even knows where the Gwari heavy loads on the shoulder the main reason for these act of load carrying at the back or shoulder is due to the HIGH RESPECT  GBAGYI HAS FOR THE HEAD. The head carries all the sensitive human organs for survival like the BRAIN hidden in the scull, the […]

Nyako, Son Stripped Of Traditional Titles

The Lamido of Adamawa Alhaji Muhammad Barkindo Mustafa yesterday announced that former governor of the state, Vice Admiral Murtala Nyako, and his son, Sen Abdul’Aziz Nyako, have been stripped of their traditional titles of Sarkin Yamma, and Sarkin Matasa respectively. This move is regarded as the climax of a long standing political feud between the […]

GBAGYI- my HERITAGE

  Gbagyi or Gbari (plural – Agbagyi) is the name and the language of Gbagyi/Gbari ethnic group who are predominantly found in Central Nigeria Area with. Population of about 15million people. Members of the ethnic group speak two dialects. While speakers of the dialects were loosely called Gwari by both the Hausa Fulani and Europeans […]

Spending all night staring at the great work of an artist by name ‪#‎Oresegun‬ ‪#‎Olumide‬. I’ve actually never seen painting this way this much before. But please if this gets you wowed, kindly share. Please I’ve never asked for sharing of my post before. I wish this could circulate and get the artist appreciated. Not […]

INDIGENE, SETTLER NOTION BAD FOR NIGERIA….Gov Aliyu

  By Aliyu M. Hamagam, Minna Niger State Governor Babangida Aliyu has said that the unity and peaceful co-existence among the nation’s diverse ethnic groups can only be further guaranteed, if the indigene/settlers issue is eliminated. The governor, who spoke at the maiden edition of Gbagyi international cultural heritage competition in Minna, added that most […]

Olumo Rock

Olumo Rock, Abeokuta – An African Tourist Destination

Olumo rock, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nigeria, West Africa, sits in the ancient city center of Abeokuta – a name which means “Under the rock”. Abeokuta was originally inhabited by the Egba people who found refuge at the Olumo rock during inter-tribal wars in the 19th century. The rock provided sanctuary […]

Osun-festival

OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL (OOFest/OSUNFest)

Yoruba people everywhere love to celebrate milestones like births, weddings and funerals, significant transitions. Osun Osogbo Festival is a major communal high point internationally famous for its vibrancy, crowd attraction and visitors from across the globe. OOfest (Osunfest) is the brand name of Osun Osogbo Festival.