Culture and History

  • GO NAKED! Here Are Places Around The World Where You Are Not Allowed To Wear Clothes

    There are still a lot of primitive tribes in the globe where clothes are not a big deal. However, this article also discusses modernized locations where even civilized people continue to walk around naked. It is not just about primitive tribes. These are the first five. 1. City Cap d’Agde, France In Cap d’Agde, the fabled nudist resort town in…

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  • Ghanaian Slang & Tribal Terms

    The majority of Ghanaians speak English or Pidgin English, which incorporates vocabulary from several regional tongues to produce a distinctive dialect that is exclusive to Ghana. Although many Africans and people of African origin speak Pidgin English, it differs differently in each nation, as is well known. ALSO READ: What does akata mean?Distinction Football Academy opens camp in Abuja.Term of…

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  • When is slapping day? 2023 Anti-Valentine’s Week

    The month of February is often referred to as the month of love, and as soon as it begins, many people are only focused no Valentine’s Week alone. However, what they miss about the month, but several people, mostly singles, remember is the week of Anti-Valentine week. While we know why Valentine’s day is celebrated, the reason to celebrate Anti-Valentine’s…

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  • Everything To Know About Adonitology, A Religion Where Men Worship Women’s Butts. As

    As you may already know, religion is a common practice in our various communities. It is part of our daily lives. Because these religions have their own system of behaviours, practices, and ethics, etc. they somewhat determine who we are. How Many Religions Are In The World? Currently, there are 4,200 religions in the world. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and…

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  • Nose Piercings In India – History, Significance, Life or Right?

    For many women, especially in India, nose piercings are a coming-of-age ritual of sorts. It signifies womanhood, elegance, and for some even a sense of rebellion. In Indian nose piercing is as much a part of tradition as bangles, a mangalsutra or a bindi. But if you travel across the country the styles and even position of the piercing varies; left or right nostril,…

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  • List of all Radio Stations in Nigeria & their frequencies

    The entire media outlets (TV, radio, internet, etc.) undoubtedly controls the world to a huge extent. But how many active radio stations do we have in Nigeria today? This article is here to enlighten you about the list of radio stations we have in Nigeria, their owners and location. Let’s examine some stats and figures about radio stations all around…

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  • Sheikh Ibrahim Niasse Miracles, Life story and More

    Wonder OF BARHAMA NIASS ! ! ! Maulana sheik hajj ibrahim Niasse, was the best thing that Allah gave us in 100 years, and the hundreds of years coming after us. There were many holy people that preceded him and furthermore there are many holy people living today, however aside from sheik ahmed tijani abal, no other holy person can…

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  • Meet the Melanasians: Black people with blonde hair

    Contrary to popular belief, black people can have blonde hair as seen in the Melanesians. Melanesians are perhaps the only black people with blonde hair naturally. They are a small group of dark-skinned people, from the Solomon islands. Black people with blonde hair – meet the Melanasians Living in the Pacific islands of Melanesia, this group of people quite literally…

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  • Meet the Kyode People of Ghana, Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast

    Kyode people also known as Atwode, Akyode, Ayodele, Gbenga, and Grobbee people can be found in the Northern Volta basin of Ghana, Northern Burkina Faso, and Northern Ivory Coast. Kyode is part of the Guan ethnic group of West Africa. The people are related to Chumburung, Dwang, Foodo, Ginyanga, Gonja, Kplang, Kyode, Kranche, Nkoya, Nkami, and Dompo people, who are…

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  • The Cultural History Of Waist Beads

    Waist beads have now become common. Many ladies have started wearing them. However, there is a cultural history of waist beads.Over the years, wearing waist beads has slowly become a trend. Waist beads are adornments or decorative pieces made from cowries, precious shells, beads, pearls, or small metal strung onto a wire or fish line(not the one used for fishing).…

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