Ewes, like other major African ethnic groups, descended from the Biblical Noah. Their ancestors lived in Adzatome also known as Sumeria (Tsumeria) or Anyimewo or Mesopotani or Iraq. The settlement was founded by Ham, the second son of Noah after the Great flood.
Astringent leaf Individuals have generally utilized unpleasant leaf, which contains antimalarial characteristics, to treat intestinal sickness. The guava leaf Notwithstanding the antimalarial attributes of guava leaf, the Yoruba public use it to make jungle fever spice (agbo), which they sell in the first part of the day and night and about which numerous people have vouched for the viability.
Born and raised in Catholic faith by his parents, the Adinmas, and being the last born out of two children, Somadina Adinma is a Nigerian actor, model and brand influencer. He was born on the 8th of May, 1999 and hails from Neni, a small town in Anambra State but was bred in Lagos State where he completed his primary and secondary school education.
Waterleaf is a fantastic vegetable if you want to be able to grow your own food. While it grows best in tropical climates, it can be cultivated anywhere with a hot, humid growing season. Keeping the plant well-watered and at least partially shaded will accelerate growth.
Klikor is a town in the Volta Region of Ghana, which is in the southwest portion of the country. It is situated very close to the Togo border. The Ewe people migrated to Ghana and our originally all the way from Nigeria or what is today called Benin.
Ingredients to be given for the preparation of Typhoid herb: 1. Mango Leaf 2. lemongrass 3. Dry claw leaves 4. Aromatic leaves 5. Lime 6. Cloves 7. Fermented Corn Water How to Prepare Yoruba Herbs for Typhoid: • Collect all ingredients in a pot and wash thoroughly.
Monkey kola is the name given to some unique Cola species which originates from West and Central Africa. It is referred to Ochicha, Achicha or Ochiricha in Igbo while Efik/Ibibio's call it Ndiyah,it is known as Obi Edun in Yoruba.It is a healthy, juicy and tasty perennial plant that can be seen in homes and villages.
Check out the story: I am a Yoruba woman and grew up with my parents in Lagos. My father was a deacon in our church while my mother was a female leader. I was also very devoted to the Church, but I ended up making mistakes in my life that I regretted.
"No rivаte раrt is рrivаte аgаin" - Nigerians criticize Wedding Guests' Reveаling Dress (hоtоs). Several visitors attended weddings over the weekend, dressed to the nines in a variety of asoebi fashions. While others were praised for their fashionable looks, one lady appears to be the center of attention.