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If the Yorubas had conquered the world and took their civilization with them, I bet we will all be looking for the chain, cockerel and palm tree that Oduduwa brought with him on that maiden trip.
This explanation is particularly striking because the Yorubas for example, the Ekitis refer to the Edo as Ado and not Ubinu.
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How do you address the sectarian impulse on the part of your own group, Yorubas, in the southwest?
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In Lagos, extremists who seek autonomy for ethnic Yorubas are blamed for a series of attacks on police.
The Yorubas of Lagos and the southwest have proved as quarrelsome as ever; their infighting last month killed Attorney General Bola Ige.
The Yorubas produced their movies in their own language having long identified their market.
If the Baha'is, Rastafarians, Sikhs and Yorubas merit their own categories with 150 titles each, so do we.
Philocrites: Unitarian books not approved for prison libraries. 2007
He then amused himself by compiling a pamphlet on West African proverbs, one of which, picked up in the Yorubas country, ran, oddly enough:
Nigeria is home to 120 million people divided among 250 ethnic groups dominated by the Hausas of the north, the Yorubas of the west and the Ibos in the east.
They said, the genetic differences among the individual groups -- that is, among the Yorubas, among the Irish, among the Jews, among the Arabs -- the genetic differences within the groups would be greater than the genetic differences between any one group and any other group.
Remarks By The President To Anti Defamation League Dinner ITY National Archives 1999
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