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Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by CompereByMej: 8:28am On Sep 03, 2017
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Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by mayorkyzo: 8:01am On Sep 05, 2017
Op it's spelt urhobo and not uhrobo...pls correct....urhobo wadoooo

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Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Jentilia(f): 10:31am On Sep 14, 2017
xteve:

yes we don't sell our daughters for marriage, you return them when they die (God forbid).

ode me Eguriase

wadoooh...
let me ask again.no vex.
I am an Igbo girl and in my place ,wen a woman dies,she is buried in her husband's compound.
what happens wen I marry an urhobo man.
will I be buried in my husband's house or be returned to my father.

anyone can quote me to answer this
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Rukkydelta(f): 2:08pm On Sep 14, 2017
Jentilia:
let me ask again.no vex.
I am an Igbo girl and in my place ,wen a woman dies,she is buried in her husband's compound.
what happens wen I marry an urhobo man.
will I be buried in my husband's house or be returned to my father.

anyone can quote me to answer this
Be buried in your husband's compound
The custom only affects Urhobo daughters and not the wives
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Jentilia(f): 5:22pm On Sep 14, 2017
Rukkydelta:

Be buried in your husband's compound
The custom only affects Urhobo daughters and not the wives
thanks dear
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by attention007(m): 6:02pm On Sep 15, 2017
richyblink1:

Thought Fejiro is an Isoko name?
Nope
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Mission2prosper: 8:51pm On Sep 15, 2017
player007:
Emo ri Uhrobo, ode me yi Eghovokoghene. (sweating)
Oghene me!!!. Uhrobo no easy to write o. Lolz.
So I just thought I should create this thread so as to
1) Learn from Uhrobo elders on NL
2) Connet with Uhrobos on NL
3) Enlighten our Ogos, Men/women who got married to Uhrobo Man/woman.

You will agree with me that Uhrobo has so many taboos that some will make you cringe by just hearing them.
So if you know or have heard about a taboo you aren't sure of, please you can ask and am sure the Elders in the house will tell us if it's a myth or not.
As for me, I have heard a whole lot, but I can only remenber two.
If a baby mistakenly eats its faeces, the mother will have to eat it too.
If a man commits suicide (God forbids) the woman will have to run around the market/village Unclad.
Oni gwe efia na kowe?
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by mayorkyzo: 11:07am On Sep 16, 2017
Jentilia:
I am not an urhobo anyway,but I heard dat when a married urhobo woman dies,she is buried in her father's house.

how true is this
very true..
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by reservd(m): 4:49pm On Sep 17, 2017
Jentilia:
I am not an urhobo anyway,but I heard dat when a married urhobo woman dies,she is buried in her father's house.

how true is this
My late mum who was urhobo was buried in a cemetery in Lagos many yrs ago, dad was urhobo too so I guess it's a choice tin

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Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Sanchez01: 10:56am On Oct 30, 2017
AngelicBeing:
I heard once you are married as an Urobho woman, you must not defile your marital bed or else you will die, l don't know if it is true, let me wait for the urobho women on here to confirm, I also heard that Urobho women are sexually active because of the various chilly spices they eat and they are also good in the department of bedmatics and romancecology tongue

Not the woman per se. A married Urhobo woman who commits adultery automatically ruins her life and her home. Her children would die one after the other till there is none and then moves on to the husband before it gets to her.

The other part of your assertion is strange.
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Efewestern: 12:06pm On Oct 30, 2017
Sanchez01:


Not the woman per se. A married Urhobo woman who commits adultery automatically ruins her life and her home. Her children would die one after the other till there is none and then moves on to the husband before it gets to her.

The other part of your assertion is strange.

this tradition no longer holds, as I have see many women cheating on their husband in my area.

With an exception to those core traditionalist urhobos. mess with them, u mess with the gods. grin
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Sanchez01: 12:44pm On Oct 30, 2017
Efewestern:


this tradition no longer holds, as I have see many women cheating on their husband in my area.

With an exception to those core traditionalist urhobos. mess with them, u mess with the gods. grin

grin grin grin grin grin grin

I think there is a twist to it.
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by peterphd(m): 2:13pm On Oct 30, 2017
Sanchez01:


Not the woman per se. A married Urhobo woman who commits adultery automatically ruins her life and her home. Her children would die one after the other till there is none and then moves on to the husband before it gets to her.

The other part of your assertion is strange.

Is there some kind of juju that kills the innocent children or what?
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Sanchez01: 2:34pm On Oct 30, 2017
peterphd:


Is there some kind of juju that kills the innocent children or what?
Kinda. It is deeply rooted into tradition and is often triggered mostly among those whose traditional rites were properly done like it should.

Just Efe mentioned, it is fast thinning out, all thanks to the way and manner most Urhobo men and women get married.

Regardless, it is still in existence. I witnessed a very strong attack on a family about three years ago just because her lover gave her some money which she used in cooking for the family.
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Efewestern: 3:23pm On Oct 30, 2017
Sanchez01:

Kinda. It is deeply rooted into tradition and is often triggered mostly among those whose traditional rites were properly done like it should.

Just Efe mentioned, it is fast thinning out, all thanks to the way and manner most Urhobo men and women get married.

Regardless, it is still in existence. I witnessed a very strong attack on a family about three years ago just because her lover gave her some money which she used in cooking for the family.

This one the gods of the land must take action. grin

cooking for your family with a lovers money is a big taboo in urhobo land, It also affects the man financial status.
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by peterphd(m): 7:38pm On Oct 30, 2017
Sanchez01:

Kinda. It is deeply rooted into tradition and is often triggered mostly among those whose traditional rites were properly done like it should.

Just Efe mentioned, it is fast thinning out, all thanks to the way and manner most Urhobo men and women get married.

Regardless, it is still in existence. I witnessed a very strong attack on a family about three years ago just because her lover gave her some money which she used in cooking for the family.

Jeez! This same thing is said to happen to my people too if a woman double times on her hubby. Bad things are also said to happen to men who abort babies and the like. Never seen it happen sha. I'm idoma.
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by McPerry(f): 4:24am On Oct 31, 2017
Iniovo meh mavor Jeri?

Ode me yi Edirinverere.

Owa kobiruwoh.

Oghene mudigbawanre neje.(Ise)

I hope I tried?
Even though I speak Lagos Urhobo. grin

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Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by EfemenaXY: 9:03am On Oct 31, 2017
richyblink1:


Thought Fejiro is an Isoko name?

The Isoko version is Majiro smiley
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:08pm On Oct 31, 2017
AngelicBeing:
I heard once you are married as an Urobho woman, you must not defile your marital bed or else you will die, l don't know if it is true, let me wait for the urobho women on here to confirm, I also heard that Urobho women are sexually active because of the various chilly spices they eat and they are also good in the department of bedmatics and romancecology tongue

Na wa @ I heard once you are married as an Urobho woman, you must not defile your marital bed or else you will die
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:09pm On Oct 31, 2017
lilmax:
I now live in a world where no one tells me what to do unless it's right cool

urhobo by birth but common sense comes first

That's what makes you urhobo " Free thinking ", abeg no caged thoughts
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:09pm On Oct 31, 2017
Jentilia:
I am not an urhobo anyway,but I heard dat when a married urhobo woman dies,she is buried in her father's house.

how true is this


Na big fabu, i buried one not long ago. and it wasn't in her dad's house
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:12pm On Oct 31, 2017
Jentilia:
let me ask again.no vex.
I am an Igbo girl and in my place ,wen a woman dies,she is buried in her husband's compound.
what happens wen I marry an urhobo man.
will I be buried in my husband's house or be returned to my father.

anyone can quote me to answer this


Make sure no one buries anyone in a father's compound...there's a secret behind it, if you want answers quote me privately and i'll tell you...Never ever agree for anyone to be buried in a family's compound for any reason
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:13pm On Oct 31, 2017
Efewestern:


this tradition no longer holds, as I have see many women cheating on their husband in my area.

With an exception to those core traditionalist urhobos. mess with them, u mess with the gods. grin


True sha... Cheating is now an epidemy
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:14pm On Oct 31, 2017
Sanchez01:

Kinda. It is deeply rooted into tradition and is often triggered mostly among those whose traditional rites were properly done like it should.

Just Efe mentioned, it is fast thinning out, all thanks to the way and manner most Urhobo men and women get married.

Regardless, it is still in existence. I witnessed a very strong attack on a family about three years ago just because her lover gave her some money which she used in cooking for the family.


So true @ I witnessed a very strong attack on a family about three years ago just because her lover gave her some money which she used in cooking for the family...


A WOMAN MUST NEVER COLLECT MONEY FROM AN EX-LOVER TO COOK FOR THE FAMILY....NO WAY..NO WAY
Re: Uhrobo Wa Do. by Nobody: 9:15pm On Oct 31, 2017
Jentilia:
following.

all this ancient traditions sef.


Are you an igbo lady dating an Urhobo guy?

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