I Will Establish Museum For Women, Says Alaafin Of Oyo
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According to him, the essence of this was to re-emphasise the fact that African women were the finest in the world, in their natural state, as well as draw the attention of the society to the dangers of emulating western culture in terms of dressing.
https://www.yorkfeed.com/8jt05mntlg https://www.yorkfeed.com/8jt05mntlg “I want to have a museum for women, the first in Africa, all the things women use in dressing up will be on display, I have been collecting these things for over 50 years now.
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He said that the Yorubas were known for their strength in being hospitable, accommodating and educationally inclined, noting that the ethnic group provided the first female doctor, first woman to drive, first dentist and more remarkable individuals in the country.
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“Before Nigeria’s Independence in 1960, we set the pace for everything, the western region was the first to have self-government, the first area in Africa to have an urban settlement, so Yoruba is a nation on its own. We set the pace in education and enlightenment,” he said.
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https://www.aimilpharmaceuticals.com/smlvv3sz https://www.aimilpharmaceuticals.com/smlvv3sz The News Agency of Nigeria reports that amongst those who conducted the interview were: Prof. Akin Alao and Prof. Akinjide Osuntokun.