from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A long, loose-fitting, often embroidered gown having wide sleeves and a hole in the center for the head, worn especially by Yoruba men.
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- noun A long, flowing
robewith wide sleevesworn by men in some parts of West Africa, often decorated with embroidery.
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In a sea of navy blazers, pants-suits and pearls, Bowoto's colorful agbada robes stand out as a reminder of just how far he's come: from the Delta oil region all the way to Chevron's headquarters in California.
Dressed in a resplendent white and green agbada, the traditional Yoruba costume, Obasanjo leant over and warmly embraced
The former military leader who flew into Lagos aboard a private jet with registration number ZS-KBS was dressed in a blue agbada.
The personality in the jeep, who was decked in agbada, watched the drama, but did not raise a finger to caution his men, not minding the physical and psychological damage on the family.
Oni, clad in white agbada took his oath of office at about 5. 30pm shortly after his deputy,