Author: Ohindasi

A young tech savvy man, always interested in bringing Ebira to the Map and shows the world how Rich our Culture is.

Functions of Ebira Traditional Customary Chiefs Nearly every major clan in Ebiraland had a title and a clan, which had no title, was ruled by its elders. This did not mean that such a clan could not contact some traditional chiefs (particularly those of its clan-related groups) for some advice. Generally speaking, Ebira clan chiefs were not administrators (as compared with the Emir in the Northern States or Obas in the Western States) The chiefs are better described as “Leaders” comparable with the Biblical judges in the Old Testament. The only difference is the fact that our clan chiefs are…

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How and Steps Involved in Choosing Asema Chieftaincy In Ebiraland There appears to be a diversity of opinions on the origin of the Asema title, which three of the sons or Adavi took. The one discussed here seems to refer to Asema of Ezi-Ezuka and only a reference was made to other kindreds who cannot be confirmed as being factual. Uka, one of the sons Of Adavi, initiated the title but he was never installed as Asema. He had three sons Otumi, AJOO, and Asema (in order of birth). The first two were full brothers and Asema was their half-brother.…

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Detailed Comparison of Ebiras and Jukuns Having carefully examined the possible factuality of the Ebira-Jukun consanguinity theory, it will be of great value and interest if we examine some physical features and advance a theoretical argument to strengthen the validity (at least for the time being) of the Ebira-Jukun blood-relationship theory. In this respect, we should note that the two peoples have come in contact with various tribes of different cultures, adopting the ways of life, etc., of these tribes. Therefore we should give room for possible differences. In this discussion, we shall use the Jukuns as our “control” because…

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Origin of Echori (Ori) of Ani Ihima Origin of Echori (Ori) of Ani Ihima, An unnamed man (from the descendants of Ochiga, the founder of “Ireba” Ihima) and his brother’s son went on a hunting expedition and during the course of their hunting, the boy saw a supposed “Dwelling place” even though there were no people. The boy was so baffled that he immediately drew the attention of his uncle to the scene who declared unequivocally that the dwelling place must be a “Temple of god”, They went home hurriedly and in a panic to give the news of their…

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Review: Top 10 Beautiful Hotels in Ebiraland Ebira land has been richly blessed with so many blessings and it’s becoming so great even as those blessings contribute to their growth and the rapid development are so much experienced as a tribe. In Ebira Lands, there are good numbers of hotels where people can actually get solace even as it’ll make them highly feeling comfy. Those are places where relaxation and even so many recreational activities can be extremely ascertained. They are quite affordable and cool for abode, merriment, and all sorts of gratifying bliss. Intriguing research was done to outrightly…

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The Secret and Science About Eva (Fortune-Telling) and Divining in Ebira In Addition to the general worship of “ori” by Ebiras, their life was/is controlled by fortune-tellers in the past, nearly all the Ebiras were advanced in this art. They claimed that fortune-telling was bequeathed to them by their ancestors and it seemed to be one aspect of socialization in the past. This is perhaps the chief reason why the two important religions have not changed much from the traditional religion. However, the majority of Ebiras seem to have embraced the Islamic religion and We have some ardent indigenous scholars…

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Updated Lists Of Clans In Ebiraland and Their Place of Dominance The Ebiras as a tribe, are also been grouped according to how they’d descended from a common ancestor either in fact or belief which is anthropologically termed “Clans.”  Various kinds of Clans dwell in this beautiful part of Kogi State in Nigeria even as they live in unionism and are been beautifully harmonized together as a tribe. In this post i will be highlighting the List of Clans in Ebira. Below are the renowned clans that are found in this unique part of the Confluence State, which is Kogi…

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Religious Beliefs of The Ebira’s and conception of Ohomorihi (God) Although the Ebiras have no well-defined creation mythology, they strongly believe in a “supreme and indivisible God” who has overall powers over the universe and the gods and goddesses. This supreme God is believed to be the creator of all creation and has allowed both the good people and the evil doers to live side by side with one another in this world (called “Ehe”). When an Ebiraman wants to perform any ancestral worship or rituals, he starts his “Ozu” (blessing or prayer) with the name of the Supreme God,…

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Traditional Marriage in Ebiraland: Everything you need to know. Ebira Traditional Marriage Ebira People are known for their cultured and well-mannered behavior and that’s the major reason for the good name they’ve bagged over decades. this post is specifically about Traditional Marriage in Ebiraland. This is also reflected in their mode of conduct and the good way they push up their activities when it comes to the issue of marriage, precisely their own iconic traditional marriage. The word iconic isn’t accidentally coined nor used via manipulations but it’s an adjective they’ve gotten themselves through the unique way their traditional marriage…

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The untold stories about Ebira Culture Beyond what many have read, beyond what many have been told, and far beyond the belief of many of us, the Ebiras have many untold stories about themselves that many will be so glad after taking a careful and conscious read about them. The culture which is explicitly described as the total way of life has been deeply portrayed by the Ebiras in unique and amazing ways. Each family have their children nurtured and raised in the farm centres. A child will grow up to meet his or her parents on the farm and…

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