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Oje-Ibadan & Oje-Ẹdẹ Market Days for 2015 – Tọla Adenle

February 3, 2015

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A stunning array of vintage Aṣọ Òkè pieces from the Female Akinkọye Collection, emotanafricana.com Photo Credit: Depo Adenle, April 2013 Hello Ladies – and a few gentlemen! Unlike last year when I could not get my hands on the calendar till March as I was away from Nigeria, the schedule below shows the market days […]

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UPDATE & FYI: Yoruba Aso Oke: 2013 Oje-Ibadan & Oje-Ede Market Days – Tola Adenle

November 9, 2013

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Since the unannounced change of the Ibadan market da around the Muslim Greater Beiram – Ileya – celebration, the 2013 calendar dates see, to hae been cheanged. There is a market day tomorrow, Sunday, November 10 at Ibadan which is the usual 17-day cycle from the last one On Friday, October 25. If you go, […]

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Please tell me more about Yoruba bridal trunks/trousseau – Brynda from Diaspora

September 28, 2013

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Dear Readers, Below is a letter from a Sister in Diaspora.  If you also have suggestions, please write to Brynda through the ‘Comments’ Box and it will get to her.  Thanks, TOLA. Hi – I have learned a lot about Yoruba by reading your blog! You seem very knowledgable about Yoruba beliefs and customs. I […]

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Yoruba Engagement Aso Oke reaches three thousand viewership! – Tola Adenle

August 21, 2013

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On March 12, 2013, this blog reached a first for a single post:  Yoruba Engagement Aso Oke earned emotanafricana.com its first thousand viewership, and with other titles on Yoruba textiles, textile technology and Aso Oke for various occasions and from different eras flexing their historical and social muscles, the idea that an area of my blog had […]

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Blog Landmark: a single post reaches a thousand-mark readers! – Tola Adenle

March 12, 2013

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Well, we did it, and a big thanks to you all, dear friends: those who knock various doors/ – links, search engines and words of mouth – to reach me; those on my chunky e-rolodex – an ancient term in a high-tech age, and constitute the base of my readers by getting most postings on […]

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