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Yoruba Classic Aso oke (2 of 3), comprising all previously written on Etu – Tola Adenle

September 8, 2011


Etu – pronounce the ‘e’ (as in the ‘e’ of ‘epic’ – and tu as in ‘too [e-tu] is considered by many as the Number Three among the three classics although many also consider it Number Two.  I’ve generally gone with my Alaso oke – the weaver – at Iseyin for calls on Yoruba cloths […]

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Blogs elsewhere: “Aso Ebi” menace

June 11, 2011

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by Tola Adenle Over a year ago in 234NEXT online edition, a column for readers’ rants had Aso Ebi as subject and got quite many responses.  I had two to avoid a long para since bloggers could not paragraph their submissions. As I sit comfortably in my living room, a cup of green tea in […]

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