Culture Tag Archive

The New King: Olu of Warri

There’s A New King In Town! The Ogiame Atuwatse III, formerly known as Omoba Tshola Emiko, has been crowned as the 21st Olu of Warri Kingdom. The coronation today in the ancient...

The African Culture

Our culture provides us with an ethos we must honour in both thought and practice. For culture is here defined as the totality of thought and practice by which a people creates...

The Urhobo Tribe (Delta State)

The Urhobo tribe is one of those few groups without a documented history (unfortunately), probably because there is some absence of European record in their history. HISTORY Oral...

The Kaka Tribe of Taraba

Focusing on the marriage aspect of the Kaka customs and traditions, this is what you should know. The bride price of the young lady is paid in part, not in full as is common with...

When a white man does it to a black man, it’s called racism. What is it called when a black man does it to another black man?

When are you truly ‘home’ as an African? We may be divided along National lines, but the rest of the world sees us as one and the same. Why then can we not see ourselves as...

5 REASONS WHY NIGERIAN FOOD IS BAE

Some people eat food just because they need to survive but a real foodie has an emotional attachment to food that is unbreakable. The relationship between a real foodie and food...