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22 Feb 2020
The ancient and historical city of Ile Ife will be a ‘Mecca’ of sorts on February 24, when the yearly Aje Festival holds. The event will begin with spiritual prayers and cleansing of the entire Ife Kingdom at the palace of the Ooni before other activities flow.
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Deep into cultural values of Yoruba, artist Airat Olaide Abanikonda-Adeyeye’s works of paintings, being presented alongside archival photographs, expand documentation of Yoruba people’s fading heritage. Though lacking in contemporary presentation of visual content, Abanikonda-Adeyeye’s solo art exhibition titled Yoruba Arts, Tradition and Cultural Heritage currently showing at National Museum, Onikan, Lagos, enriches and expands narratives…

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