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|Ojuju Calabar: Why Do Children Use That Word When They Are Afraid Of Dark? by perkyendy(m): 9:23pm On Feb 07, 2015|
Everywhere I go I hear children use that word "ojuju calabar will catch me" especially when it involves darkness or when there's no light:
I wonder who teach them such language
Imagine an igbo child or yoruba pikin shouting ojuju calabar hahahahha
Who teach am say na masquerade?
|Re: Ojuju Calabar: Why Do Children Use That Word When They Are Afraid Of Dark? by joyblinks(f): 9:58pm On Feb 07, 2015|
Because ojuju is another name for masqurade and calabar people like masqurades. wheneva kids find themselves in the dark, they always thnk calabar ojuju is coming to get them.
I said that a lot as a child. Ojuju calabar Ayaya oo
|Re: Ojuju Calabar: Why Do Children Use That Word When They Are Afraid Of Dark? by Nobody: 10:11pm On Feb 07, 2015|
We used the word too,in hide and seek play.
|Re: Ojuju Calabar: Why Do Children Use That Word When They Are Afraid Of Dark? by Nobody: 10:38am On Feb 08, 2015|
Ojuju calabar was a bully at my school.
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