REPARATIONS: WHAT NIGERIA OWES THE TORTOISE [1] (by Pius Adesanmi)

7 thoughts on “REPARATIONS: WHAT NIGERIA OWES THE TORTOISE [1] (by Pius Adesanmi)”

    1. Glad you enjoyed it Moskeda… Prof Pius sure has a way with words and I do know for sure that we Yoruba folk would have a sweller time reading this. I do remember tales, folklore from my childhood – parents, relations. Sister mi, What has our societies turned to?

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  1. This ipaja is a common trickster xter in oral african literature. I love d didactic this tale is pursuing.

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    1. It sure came out well. Ipaja is truly everywhere… It’s just that a few traditions twist the character to go to another animal. Largely though, the tortoise carries his shelled wisdom and craftiness. Thanks for dropping your thoughts…

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