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Location: Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria
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EDO PEOPLE ARE GREATLY HUMILIATED BY THIS OUTING BY OUR KING.

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WHEN THE GREAT BENIN WARRIOR, GENERAL ASORO LOOKED BACK

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Comment by Otedo News Update on November 14, 2017 at 2:13pm

THE TEN BLESSINGS WE PRAY FOR DURING IGUE THANKSGIVING :
1. AFIANGBE :-
A time of abundance blessing and favour. A proper time to pray to the almighty God in thanksgiving for his abundance prosperity and blessings in our life's.
2. AKUGBE: -
Lovely time for unity of purpose amongst friends and family members. A time of fervent prayers of Oneness and Togetherness in thanksgiving to God almighty. Usually a time people come together in spite of their differences to share with one another.
3. ALAGHODARO :-
A time of prayers in thanksgiving for Upliftment in whatever endeavour.
This prayers brings progress in all your undertakings and dealings both personal and corporate business. Boost economic power among people and society.
4. ẸFE VBE IGHO : -
A time of prayers in thanksgiving to God almighty for his wealth and riches upon our lives with many more blessings.
5. EGBERANMWEN :-
A time for prayers in thanksgiving for good health and sound minds both to us and our common humanity.
6. OFUMWENGBE: -
A time for prayers of thanksgiving in peace of mind and the calmness of the inner soul both in true reconciliation and forgiveness.
7. OGHOGHO : -
A time of prayers in thanksgiving in happiness, joy, gladness.
A time for loving kindness and sharing within families and friends.
8. OMO : -
A time for fervent prayers in thanksgiving for the fruit of the womb.
In God infinite blessings many more unasked blessings are added to this prayers of child bearing during this season of thanksgiving prayers of Igue. Families are blessed during this season.
9. OYENMWEN : -
A time of prayers in thanksgiving for abundance Joy, Gladness Contentment and Merriment. Prayers during Igue celebration brings joy.
10. UTOMWEN : -
A time for prayers in thanksgiving for long life and prosperity.
Celebrating Igue is thanking God almighty through your own head for another successful year ending and praying towards the new year coming.
Wishing you all a happy Igue Celebrations
Iselogbe – happy celebration
Ogbe ma vbe dia rhu – happy we live to celebrate
Ogbe ma gba rọ :- happy we still alive (to see another year)
God bless us all as we celebrate this year Igue festival.

Comment by Otedo News Update on August 26, 2017 at 8:54pm

Samuel Igbinosa Nomamiukor

 

I came accross two interesting historical article that cought my attention, quoting an exapt" THE TRUE HISTORY OF IKERE-EKITI AND ITS MONARCHY: As the royal riv...alry between the ogoga and the olukere over the ownership of ikere-ekiti in ekiti state rages, the aladeselu family is claiming that neither of the two owns the community. The community they claimed belong to thier ancestor, prince aladeselu. The family said aladeselu founded ikere-ekiti around 11th century after migrating from benin and settled at ereja in odo oja area of the town. The family said he was the one that admitted the ogoga and the olukere into the community. "according to history several years after prince aladeselu had founded ikere-Ekiti, one prince ogoniga(now called ogoga) arrived in ikere from passing through akure where he stayed briefly with the then Deji of Akure, who happened to be a kinsman and a benin prince. "History had it ogoga left benin together with his immediate family and other retinue of aides and servants in his entourage. It is also in history that ogoga left benin with his crown and other paraphernalia, ogoga later proceeded from akure to place called agamo. "one day while at agamo, ogoga went on hunting experdition when he killed an elephant. While ogoga was tracing the elephant, he noticed a smoke far ahead and decided to trace the smoke which he eventually traced to ikere where he met prince aladeselu fully on ground. "After the duo interacted, they discovered they were kinsmen way back in benin. Aladeselu thereafter assisted ogoga to recover to dead elephant as a mark of appreciation gave aladeselu, the ivory and other vital parts of the elephant's meat and bones, some of which are preserved till date. "Ogoga subsequently settled down in ikere with the permission of aladeselu who ordered that ogoha should stay with Arasegun at erepupu, while aladeselu remained at ereja.

Comment by Otedo News Update on August 26, 2017 at 5:26am
Comment by Otedo News Update on August 7, 2017 at 10:54pm

I thank God for the binis and the Benin kingdom and the inherent greatness God put in her. With the research I have done so far about the Benin kingdom, one thing is prominent about us; that is RULERSHIP/LEADERSHIP/GOVERNMENT. There is this leadership/ organisational gifts in us which must be maintained.
The Bini Princes who migrated from Benin to different parts of Africa established the government in those places.
I celebrate the Edo's across the globe!
Long live the Benin kingdom!!
Oba khator kpe re. Use!!!

Comment by Otedo News Update on March 1, 2017 at 5:33pm
Comment by Otedo News Update on January 15, 2017 at 11:33pm

Medicinal and Penicillin......

Before the European invasion of Africa, African people had developed a medical system based on plants and herbs to cure illnesses. Egypt, Southern Africa, West Africa and parts of East Africa had the most advanced medicine. They used plants with salicylic acid for pain, kaolin for diarrhea, and other extracts to kill bacteria.

KEMET physicians made use of a wide variety of medicinal plants, but the most numerous remedies were purgatives and emetics. The cathartic oil of the castor plant was used both as an internal drug and as a medication for wounds and irritated areas.

Comment by Otedo News Update on January 14, 2017 at 11:32pm

Edos have been giving away lands....at Ewohimi where I hails, the Onogie secede our land to one Deltan billionaire called UKUOMA for monopoly...I had long traveled home...I know by now they would have taken my dad's land...since no one is there to query or stop them. If amas was here, he would understand where and what I am talking about...I don't know whether u are familiar with Onicha ugbo. We shares common boundary with them toward the eastern axis. The Onogie of ewohimi loves money than justice, don't know whether he has changed

Comment by Otedo News Update on January 9, 2017 at 10:09am
Comment by Otedo News Update on October 12, 2016 at 9:52pm

I love the benin's systematically, but they have lost their glory to the Yoruba, which they see today as gods. before it was only the bini kings bear the title of oba, the king in ife is call the ooni of ife , the one in oyo is call the alaafin of oyo the one in Lagos is call the aleko of eko and so many in every part of Yoruba land, it was only in Benin that we have the OBA of Benin, but after 1954 traditional council conference host in Benin that others started adopting the name oba to there kings cause the attendance list of that meeting is still kept till date.

this Yoruba people being the most educated and expose people wrote the culture and tradition of most ethnic groups and stole the cultural inheritage through that means. ask a Yoruba man the meaning or while lagos is call eko, he doesnt know but eko is indigenous to the bini eko means a battle field. that land is use by the bini to invite enimies for war rather than invading their town killing women and children. you can see that even before the advent of colonialism no one thought Africans for the protection of human right. but todays the yoruba has claimed the land eko known as Lagos today, if the Benin says they own some part of igbo land let them collect back Lagos before IMO, anambra or abia can be giving to them. watch my post am not siding any but I blame the bini's of those days.

Comment by Otedo News Update on February 10, 2016 at 6:32am

Arinze Nwachukwu I want my Edo people to know that Edo-Igbo are from one ancestry don't be deceived look at the cultures and the people.one.anywhere were yam festival is celebrated in nigeria has a common lineage.also anywhere were Kola nut is offered for visitors before anything are also from the same ancestry.if you observe.there'er four market days namely Ori. afor.Nkwo. Eke. with little dialictcle difference in both edoland igalaland igboland and idomaland ect even outside nigeria in those places the whiteman divided our people those are people from same ancestry.edo people migrated in this part of the country with NRI their leader.don't be decieved you have nothing in common with Yoruba people.

 
 
 

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