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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 5:25pm On Jan 11
Obalufon:


Mr chimpanzee what are you doing on this thread ?... Ok ibos are the true jew right? ..ibos that were still barely clothed in the 50s -60s. you people were running around Unclad ...you are nothing but bantu pigmy
Olu317:


Just imagine how ignorant you have been! It will be a waste of time dealing with you which will take 5000+ years from now grin before your ignorance can be wipe out because you lack the willingness to LEARN. SO, live in your disjointed ignorance.

Least I forget, Ibos are early Kemetic through linguistic comparison.Trust me, I won't do such cognate comparison on this thread because you are irrelevant on Yoruba platform.

Let me teach some Ignorant you that who lacked the pedigree to understudy because once some of the see a word,they quickly related to their own's langauge without doing linguistic research to proof if such word could be related in more than twenty meaning,with a to ears one being related to their local language. But instead, you will see some,playing the hate card.


And ooh yes,I have more to show. Unlike your kind that use Eri,Ged/Gad,Ada etc as your link... grin. You see, many of your type blundered and, I will treat the name ‘ADA', today,so as to expose your ignorance.Below is the meaning of ‘Ada', in Paleo-Hebrew, Ibo and Yoruba:

Paleo Hebrew: Adaha'-da (`adhah,which means Meaning : “adornment",splendour

Ibo/Igbo: Ada
Meaning: first daughter × grin

Yoruba': Àdà/ dah-Dà
Meaning: adornment, splendour, beautiful



Paleo Hebrew:Elyon
Meaning: most highest,most high-God(by extention ;lord of heaven and earth

Ibo: Chukwu
Meaning:most high-God × grin

Yoruba: olorun-olohun
Meaning: most high– God(by extension; lord of heaven and earth

OMO IBO, as you can see that Yorubas didn't and dont share their RITUAL/SACRED LANGUAGE WITH IBOS...In fact, I know the classical PaleoHebrew Root word for this name. So flee when you see Yoruba digging deep into the past... Yoruba language is the RITUAL LANGUAGE OF WORSHIPPING GOD

Lastly, I pity you omoIbo... grin because you are on wrong platform with right set of people....I advise you to flee from here lease it becomes unbearable intellectually for you.
IkpuMmadu:


Yoruba are confused....there is nothing to show that Yoruba has relationship with Jews from culture to business orientation , stop making yourself a laughing stock

Look at them. Africans fighting over who is hebrew and who is not among themselves as if being descended from Hebrews is the greatest achievement a people can have

You people need healing
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by Olu317(m): 8:36pm On Jan 11
OlaoChi:




Look at them. Africans fighting over who is hebrew and who is not among themselves as if being descended from Hebrews is the greatest achievement a people can have

You people need healing

Why quote me? Are you not Ibo too? And yes Mr ignorant... Yoruba is the ritual language of the early Hebrews. If you hate Semitic origin of Yoruba, then go away from this platform.

Kindly stop playing the good guy because you have nothing tangible to offer on Yorubas history on this platform nor have meaningful advise to offer anyone. Instead, of you to call your cousin ibo brother that delved into what he has no knowledge on to order but you are filled with nothing but insensitivity to the truth. As expected, a bad judge,will always be known, no matter what,a leopard can't change its skin. So, it's better you flee to your Ibo family and let Yoruba be!

For your information, I owe you no explanation for defending Yoruba's ancient history because I asked you to denounce my researched Yoruba words and its Semitic counterpart,but you have nothing to reference nor to counter. In fact,what good can come out of you,an enemy of truth ? Nothing But ENVY.

Evil reside with Evil and cannot be made manifest in the goodness posited in the body of the ‘gods '( man) through the wisdom of God. As usual your path is already known, not because of your disagreement but your mindset isfillled with negativity against everyone except Your own version of Africa's dark skin people. Ignorant you, Genevieve Nnaji's, ‘Lion Heart' movie raked $3.8Million for her and guess what?It was bought over by netflix,owned by a white who is called, Morgan Stanley that believed in encouraging Africans from Africa even if it has economic gain. Who is the now the Racist?...Evil person and like minds get thee behind me,I say.


Note: I will not engage you to divert the intent of this thread as I did last 2018. So,I won't quote on distraction. Go learn Jaare because this 2019

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 9:07pm On Jan 11
Olu317:


Why quote me? Are you not Ibo too? And yes Mr ignorant... Yoruba is the ritual language of the early Hebrews. If you hate Semitic origin of Yoruba, then go away from this platform.

Kindly stop playing the good guy because you have nothing tangible to offer on Yorubas history on this platform nor have meaningful advise to offer anyone. Instead, of you to call your cousin ibo brother that delved into what he has no knowledge on to order but you are filled with nothing but insensitivity to the truth. As expected, a bad judge,will always be known, no matter what,a leopard can't change its skin. So, it's better you flee to your Ibo family and let Yoruba be!

For your information, I owe you no explanation for defending Yoruba's ancient history because I asked you to denounce my researched Yoruba words and its Semitic counterpart,but you have nothing to reference nor to counter. In fact,what good can come out of you,an enemy of truth ? Nothing But ENVY.

Evil reside with Evil and cannot be made manifest in the goodness posited in the body of the ‘gods '( man) through the wisdom of God. As usual your path is already known, not because of your disagreement but your mindset isfillled with negativity against everyone except Your own version of Africa's dark skin people. Ignorant you, Genevieve Nnaji's, ‘Lion Heart' movie raked $3.8Million for her and guess what?It was bought over by netflix,owned by a white who is called, Morgan Stanley that believed in encouraging Africans from Africa even if it has economic gain. Who is the now the Racist?...Evil person and like minds get thee behind me,I say.


Note: I will not engage you to divert the intent of this thread as I did last 2018. So,I won't quote on distraction. Go learn Jaare because this 2019
grin grin calling out nonsense makes me evil, I'm stopping your way of hustle I guess

All your claims have been debunked on this very thread

Fraudsters
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by Obalufon: 11:01pm On Jan 11
OlaoChi:

grin grin calling out nonsense makes me evil, I'm stopping your way of hustle I guess

All your claims have been debunked on this very thread

Fraudsters


Yorubas are not bantu..we are not related to Ibos.we may share the same skin color but we are different....

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 12:53am On Jan 12
Obalufon:



Yorubas are not bantu..we are not related to Ibos.we may share the same skin color but we are different....

We dont even have same physique, bone structure or gene.

Stand omo ibo next to a pygymy, they will be difficult to tell apart.

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 12:23pm On Jan 12
OlaoChi:

I've not seen any linguistic and cultural or spiritual relationship between Yoruba and Hebrews on this thread or anywhere else that suggest Yoruba have their origins in Israel

Making claims and cooking up connections doesn't mean there are really any, all of these claims have been debunked severally so you can keep deceiving yourself by believing you are Hebrew but at the the end is that not the same thing igbos have been doing for years? Yorubas don't even claim Hebrew just a small band of miscreants here and there too caught up with Bible stories to know the difference between fiction and reality, but compare that with igbos that almost every igbo person you meet foolishly claims Hebrew origin




Reclaiming our history by inventing a new history? Thats a new one because as far as I know Yoruba history doesn't have anything to do with Hebrews, or is there any Yoruba town that has the tradition of being founded by Hebrews? I'm sure if there is the frauds on this thread would have long mentioned it.

What is wrong and amiss is that you don't study or do proper research. There are countless books on Yoruba history, with some misconceptions here and there but it's a start, there are countless published journals on Yoruba culture, language and even genetics. If you have a problem with books, you can do field research yourself, go around yorubaland and collect the raw material from the elders and traditionalists
What is amiss is within you, your laziness, you want knowledge but you don't want to go through the process of learning, how strange

As at 2015, this was your burden in Yoruba language, (https://www.nairaland.com/2463329/yoruba-language#36060335) so how did you come about voting yourself as an "expert" writing off the curious conclusions of others more versed and knowledgeable than you, when all you have as linguistic inquisition is how two local words design to accommodate a foreign word is your burden (in spite of your great claim to studies)?

Are you for real? What historical book that you've read of recent are you directing your audience to, so they don't fall prey of the fraudsters? Or you just love to tag a libel on others as "fraudsters" but blame them for tagging themselves with other culture you claim they are not? Are you normal doing what you don't want others do all the time? He that calls for justice must call with a clean hands.

The word "fraudster" is your "leverage, evidence of knowledge and professional credential as an expert", you can't say anything beyond this. Karma has cornered you to learn from others and not make sense from it.

Again, are you Yoruba?

And is "Alakooso" a Yoruba word to start with? Are you aware of "akoto ede Yoruba" in your years of studying? Or you just use that "go to school, go to school, go to school" as a scarecrow or you are a deceiver without knowledge asking others to get what you don't have? That word betray your very many claim, igbo boy.

OlaoChi:
What is the difference between Oludari and Alakooso?
What are their best english translation?

https://www.nairaland.com/2463329/yoruba-language#36060335

I love to see how you rant your way out here, as I can see that you came out of the sideline the moment Obalufon's "pictures of Igbo at the twilight of creation" turned out.

You are here to diffuse the effect the picture have on your psyche by ridiculing everyone as usual.

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 12:02am On Jan 13
absoluteSuccess:


As at 2015, this was your burden in Yoruba language, (https://www.nairaland.com/2463329/yoruba-language#36060335) so how did you come about voting yourself as an "expert" writing off the curious conclusions of others more versed and knowledgeable than you, when all you have as linguistic inquisition is how two local words design to accommodate a foreign word is your burden (in spite of your great claim to studies)?

Are you for real? What historical book that you've read of recent are you directing your audience to, so they don't fall prey of the fraudsters? Or you just love to tag a libel on others as "fraudsters" but blame them for tagging themselves with other culture you claim they are not? Are you normal doing what you don't want others do all the time? He that calls for justice must call with a clean hands.

The word "fraudster" is your "leverage, evidence of knowledge and professional credential as an expert", you can't say anything beyond this. Karma has cornered you to learn from others and not make sense from it.

Again, are you Yoruba?

And is "Alakooso" a Yoruba word to start with? Are you aware of "akoto ede Yoruba" in your years of studying? Or you just use that "go to school, go to school, go to school" as a scarecrow or you are a deceiver without knowledge asking others to get what you don't have? That word betray your very many claim, igbo boy.



https://www.nairaland.com/2463329/yoruba-language#36060335

I love to see how you rant your way out here, as I can see that you came out of the sideline the moment Obalufon's "pictures of Igbo at the twilight of creation" turned out.

You are here to diffuse the effect the picture have on your psyche by ridiculing everyone as usual.

you are the ones claiming expert here not me, i simply call you on your nonsense grin grin bloody thieves seeking relevance and recognization that is not due. or have you forgotten so soon how you exposed yourself as only using this Hebrew agenda to feed? rather than study hard to argue knowledge on the topic you want to make money from like other people are doing you want to deceive unsuspecting gullible citizens with your invented history

you have already exposed yourself severally as an inventive pseudo linguist and pseudo historian that is why for the last 10 years you have been looking for hebrew origin of yorubas, yet not one single evidence grin


That post about Oludari and Alakoso was in reference to their use in yoruba movies during the credits and how i intend to input them in my work, it in no way questions my proficiency in yoruba language
And yes i am yoruba, if you like go through all my previous posts, you kuku dont have better things to do. I like how all of you miscreants are now saying i am igbo grin grin in an attempt to make it seem like i have no business in talking about yoruba history. such a fraudulent move, you are desperate cheesy

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 12:09am On Jan 13
Obalufon:



Yorubas are not bantu..we are not related to Ibos.we may share the same skin color but we are different....
if you go back some pages of this very thread, 3 people schooled you on what Bantu means and how neither the yoruba nor the igbo are bantu but you are incapable of learning. Nobody ever said Yoruba are bantu, but as you dont even know your home town(Ife) history how can you know Yoruba origin as a whole that is more complex than that.
Let me ask you, so you are different from the igbo that you share the same language family, and skin color but are the same with hebrews that you do not share skin color or language similarity with? cheesy cheesy keep up the hebrew worship

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by Obalufon: 2:33am On Jan 13
OlaoChi:
if you go back some pages of this very thread, 3 people schooled you on what Bantu means and how neither the yoruba nor the igbo are bantu but you are incapable of learning. Nobody ever said Yoruba are bantu, but as you dont even know your home town(Ife) history how can you know Yoruba origin as a whole that is more complex than that.
Let me ask you, so you are different from the igbo that you share the same language family, and skin color but are the same with hebrews that you do not share skin color or language similarity with? cheesy cheesy keep up the hebrew worship
. We don't share anything with ibos ..Bantu and pigmy share DNA with ibos you people are forest mongrel. Unclad people.... Ibos are bantu and pigmy your kins are in equitoria Guinea Cameroon koma people

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 4:07am On Jan 13
Obalufon:
. We don't share anything with ibos ..Bantu and pigmy share DNA with ibos you people are forest mongrel. Unclad people.... Ibos are bantu and pigmy your kins are in equitoria Guinea Cameroon koma people
ok cheesy cheesy but you share everything with far away hebrews?

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 5:09am On Jan 13
OlaoChi:


you are the ones claiming expert here not me, i simply call you on your nonsense grin grin

By this token, you agree that you have no dept of knowledge, you cannot lay claim to whatever is beyond your knowledge, you can easily destroy the works of others as an 'intellectual leprous' man: adete ko le fun wara, sugbon o le da wara nu. A leprous man cannot milk a cow, he can only pour out the labour of others. You did that all through last year and beyond, you've resumed again, nothing positive will be traced to you again this year but polemics. tongue tongue tongue


bloody thieves seeking relevance and recognization that is not due. or have you forgotten so soon how you exposed yourself as only using this Hebrew agenda to feed? rather than study hard to argue knowledge on the topic you want to make money from like other people are doing you want to deceive unsuspecting gullible citizens with your invented history

Please, what do you do for a living? I am curious to know. I am not a thief sir, I am into writing, publishing and online marketing. I have sold articles close to a million in naira worth (through this forum and elsewhere) to people I've never met, and no one has raised alarm against me, just because I'm prompt and honest. So making money is not my problem, and being ethical to the best of my knowledge in business practices without losing sight of client's needs before profit is my watchword. There is dignity in labour and honest profit.

As per eating from this hebrew agenda, I've right to eat out of my sweat. If what you make out of my telling you a man said "aasa jeun" while I was selling my book on the street about 10 years ago amount to "exposing myself as eating from this hebrew agenda", all I can say is thank you, what I did then is what I am doing now. My prayer is, may you not eat from your sweat, and may your knowledge never be enough to feed you as your intent is to me. Ipin aise nii pa alaroka, igba taa ba fi winka, la fii san.



you have already exposed yourself severally as an inventive pseudo linguist and pseudo historian that is why for the last 10 years you have been looking for hebrew origin of yorubas, yet not one single evidence grin


LOLZ cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

My quest has earned me the accolades above, but I've no evidence yet. My effort is worth the reward whatsoever. I'm satisfied. "Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power."--Seneca. With all these badge of honour that you have stamped on me, you have an inkling of my years of being all these things and earning such titles: "eniti o le s'ebi 'alaaru' l'oyigbo, kole se bi 'ajijoro' loja Oba": a man that cannot risk being called all sort of names and written off as nonsense will accomplish nothing worthwhile in life.

When God gives you an idea, it can be nurtured to a brainchild. From acorn grows the oak. First you toil for years on a brainchild and reward to that toil comes year(s) afterwards. Do you know you have petered? No inventive knowledge or economic activity trace back to you in ten years because you already are a man of 'dignity, integrity etc' with this great self-worth (all made of empty pride). Such pride cannot stand the ideas of others more resourceful without finding ways to flaw and bring them down.


That post about Oludari and Alakoso was in reference to their use in yoruba movies during the credits and how i intend to input them in my work, it in no way questions my proficiency in yoruba language.


That you corrected that word "alakooso" after calling you out for it (after three years) speaks volume. grin grin grin You did it smoothly like nothing has happened: that makes you a smooth operator without the integrity that you feign to posses in abundance. You couldn't solve a simple lexeme matter pertinent to your work, your business o, but you can write off what others do with years of experience.

By saying it in no way question my proficiency is the same thing you have been doing here all along. This is your "falsification test" and you failed woefully. You are evasive to accept new knowledge that you lack and you have no inkling or knowledge of the simplest Yoruba word, not even the ones associated with what you claim you do for a living. Kilo wa mo nigba too ba mo eleyi to simple tobayi? smiley smiley

I've told you to sit down and learn. You have none of it because you have petered: I told you of concept and content aforetime, I have also told you of "false cognates true friends", etc. What you were battling with on that thread is a 'content' of a linguistic 'concept' known as "calque".

Alakoso and Oludari are called calque because they were coined by Yoruba media practitioners to accommodate the word producer and director in Yoruba media register. Its more like 'amunmaworan' for television, where the word television was translated to [telling and vision] amohun-maworan.


And yes i am yoruba, if you like go through all my previous posts, you kuku dont have better things to do. I like how all of you miscreants are now saying i am igbo grin grin in an attempt to make it seem like i have no business in talking about yoruba history. such a fraudulent move, you are desperate cheesy

Who cares who you are or what your opinion is? How does a man of negativity incapable of constructive criticism affect my self concept? smiley smiley It is what I think about myself that matters to me, not what you think about me. Note, it is your own thread that places a disclaimer on your ethnicity and not me.

@the bolded, as far as I know, nothing good trace back to you. I need no snooping around for you, but much thanks to the wrong click from here that landed me on your page and I saw how silly and ignorant you are. lipsrsealed lipsrsealed Then I wonder how a man who cannot write a simple Yoruba word of few letters right (let alone fathom the simple semantic ideas behind the same words) turn up to be a judge in intellectual matters beyond his comprehension on this thread and elsewhere.

Your knowledge of Yoruba language is below those two Yoruba words naturally, or can you be so confused about your mother tongue in writing a cast when you have always watch Yoruba film and somehow do film business? But as a fraudster, you will always find a better way of writing and rewriting Yoruba online. So, that makes you one. undecided undecided

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 7:38am On Jan 13
Obalufon:
. We don't share anything with ibos ..Bantu and pigmy share DNA with ibos you people are forest mongrel. Unclad people.... Ibos are bantu and pigmy your kins are in equitoria Guinea Cameroon koma people

He cant deny it.

Olachi, kedu mmaka?
Anthropologists confirm Igbo is migrant from a Bantu origin. Each region of Africa also have distinct physiology. We may be politically in same country but Ibo is a Central African. Your physiology contains dense muscle and stockiness. For instance you are not kitted for hunting but you are very good at ambushing.

Anyway, these many people cannot be wrong in saying you are okoro. You smell like one!

Let me see...he is going to ask for evidence of smell. grin grin

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 7:52am On Jan 13
Beside Hebrew and Arabic, I even think Yoruba and Greek or Latin may have also have shared culture and civilization in the distant past.

How else can we explain that many words in English derived from Latin are also found in Yoruba with exact same meaning. They are not borrowed words through colonialism.

Bode - Border
Ibudo - Abode
Iduro - Endure
Iparada - Paradox
Orisa - Oracle
Iregun - Origin

...and many more.


Yoruba, the most Superior race on earth!

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by hayoholla(m): 10:42am On Jan 13
olaochi, you are getting it all wrong. you are making it look as if these contributors are rubbing off on the Hebrew connection's ego. I don't think they are trying to merge Yoruba history with Hebrew history. rather they are trying to show the latter is the derivative of the former. maybe you think they are presenting their finding with a religious bias based on their religious disposition. it is wrong! imperial Yoruba has so far tried to expose the Islam connection too I think in a recent thread he created. You see Mr olaochi, the mistake you are trying to make is trying to see the Hebrew itself as a standalone culture, maybe pegging the recent occupiers of the recent Israel as the owner of this culture. I don't know of your root, you claim t be a Yoruba, I won't dispute that with you. but what I want to let you to know is no matter your genuiness or sincerity or cause for concern for the Yoruba race, you should not discard any new findings trying to unravel the mystery or secrecy surrounding our history.
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 2:10pm On Jan 13
hayoholla:
olaochi, you are getting it all wrong. you are making it look as if these contributors are rubbing off on the Hebrew connection's ego. I don't think they are trying to merge Yoruba history with Hebrew history. rather they are trying to show the latter is the derivative of the former. maybe you think they are presenting their finding with a religious bias based on their religious disposition. it is wrong! imperial Yoruba has so far tried to expose the Islam connection too I think in a recent thread he created. You see Mr olaochi, the mistake you are trying to make is trying to see the Hebrew itself as a standalone culture, maybe pegging the recent occupiers of the recent Israel as the owner of this culture. I don't know of your root, you claim t be a Yoruba, I won't dispute that with you. but what I want to let you to know is no matter your genuiness or sincerity or cause for concern for the Yoruba race, you should not discard any new findings trying to unravel the mystery or secrecy surrounding our history.

it would have been a different case had we been presented with some evidence. you also make a huge accusation that the people calling themselves Israel today do not own the Jewish culture, so is it Yoruba that didn't even know Israel existed before Islam and christianity were introduced that own it? Lets be real, it is this colomentality as fela puts it of super civilizations in Eurasia and the lack of civilization in africa that is driving ignorant people to distance themselves from africa. I mean just look at some saying Yoruba is too civilized to be related to africans, pure ignorance of african greatness

"He be say you be colonial man
You don be slave man before
Them don release you now
But you never release yourself
I say you fit never release yourself
Colo-mentality
He be say you be colonial man
You don be slave man before
Them don release you now
But you never release yourself
He be so
He be so them dey do, them dey overdo
All the things them dey do (He be so!)
He be so them dey do, them think dey say
Them better pass them brothers
No be so? (He be so!)
The thing wey black no good
Na foreign things them dey like
No be so? (He be so!)"


Europeans have left us, yet we still continue to enslave our minds and think lowly of our identity as africans, african origin is not good, we need foreign origin to think highly of ourselves. yoruba is better than igbo, igbo is better than edo, edo is better than igala, all fighting for who is better than who but you all are in the same mess

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 2:22pm On Jan 13
absoluteSuccess:


By this token, you agree that you have no dept of knowledge, you cannot lay claim to whatever is beyond your knowledge, you can easily destroy the works of others as an 'intellectual leprous' man: adete ko le fun wara, sugbon o le da wara nu. A leprous man cannot milk a cow, he can only pour out the labour of others. You did that all through last year and beyond, you've resumed again, nothing positive will be traced to you again this year but polemics. tongue tongue tongue



Please, what do you do for a living? I am curious to know. I am not a thief sir, I am into writing, publishing and online marketing. I have sold articles close to a million in naira worth (through this forum and elsewhere) to people I've never met, and no one has raised alarm against me, just because I'm prompt and honest. So making money is not my problem, and being ethical to the best of my knowledge in business practices without losing sight of client's needs before profit is my watchword. There is dignity in labour and honest profit.

As per eating from this hebrew agenda, I've right to eat out of my sweat. If what you make out of my telling you a man said "aasa jeun" while I was selling my book on the street about 10 years ago amount to "exposing myself as eating from this hebrew agenda", all I can say is thank you, what I did then is what I am doing now. My prayer is, may you not eat from your sweat, and may your knowledge never be enough to feed you as your intent is to me. Ipin aise nii pa alaroka, igba taa ba fi winka, la fii san.



LOLZ cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

My quest has earned me the accolades above, but I've no evidence yet. My effort is worth the reward whatsoever. I'm satisfied. "Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power."--Seneca. With all these badge of honour that you have stamped on me, you have an inkling of my years of being all these things and earning such titles: "eniti o le s'ebi 'alaaru' l'oyigbo, kole se bi 'ajijoro' loja Oba": a man that cannot risk being called all sort of names and written off as nonsense will accomplish nothing worthwhile in life.

When God gives you an idea, it can be nurtured to a brainchild. From acorn grows the oak. First you toil for years on a brainchild and reward to that toil comes year(s) afterwards. Do you know you have petered? No inventive knowledge or economic activity trace back to you in ten years because you already are a man of 'dignity, integrity etc' with this great self-worth (all made of empty pride). Such pride cannot stand the ideas of others more resourceful without finding ways to flaw and bring them down.



That you corrected that word "alakooso" after calling you out for it (after three years) speaks volume. grin grin grin You did it smoothly like nothing has happened: that makes you a smooth operator without the integrity that you feign to posses in abundance. You couldn't solve a simple lexeme matter pertinent to your work, your business o, but you can write off what others do with years of experience.

By saying it in no way question my proficiency is the same thing you have been doing here all along. This is your "falsification test" and you failed woefully. You are evasive to accept new knowledge that you lack and you have no inkling or knowledge of the simplest Yoruba word, not even the ones associated with what you claim you do for a living. Kilo wa mo nigba too ba mo eleyi to simple tobayi? smiley smiley

I've told you to sit down and learn. You have none of it because you have petered: I told you of concept and content aforetime, I have also told you of "false cognates true friends", etc. What you were battling with on that thread is a 'content' of a linguistic 'concept' known as "calque".

Alakoso and Oludari are called calque because they were coined by Yoruba media practitioners to accommodate the word producer and director in Yoruba media register. Its more like 'amunmaworan' for television, where the word television was translated to [telling and vision] amohun-maworan.



Who cares who you are or what your opinion is? How does a man of negativity incapable of constructive criticism affect my self concept? smiley smiley It is what I think about myself that matters to me, not what you think about me. Note, it is your own thread that places a disclaimer on your ethnicity and not me.

@the bolded, as far as I know, nothing good trace back to you. I need no snooping around for you, but much thanks to the wrong click from here that landed me on your page and I saw how silly and ignorant you are. lipsrsealed lipsrsealed Then I wonder how a man who cannot write a simple Yoruba word of few letters right (let alone fathom the simple semantic ideas behind the same words) turn up to be a judge in intellectual matters beyond his comprehension on this thread and elsewhere.

Your knowledge of Yoruba language is below those two Yoruba words naturally, or can you be so confused about your mother tongue in writing a cast when you have always watch Yoruba film and somehow do film business? But as a fraudster, you will always find a better way of writing and rewriting Yoruba online. So, that makes you one. undecided undecided


grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin all this attack and saying i cant speak yoruba just because i asked for clarity on 'oludari' and 'alakoso'
this coming from a fraudster who says that 'iberu' means fearless in yoruba

grin grin grin have you forgotten when you said 'iberu' changed to 'hebrew' and means 'fearless' cheesy cheesy cheesy

GTFOH with your nonsense

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 2:31pm On Jan 13
OlaoChi:


it would have been a different case had we been presented with some evidence. you also make a huge accusation that the people calling themselves Israel today do not own the Jewish culture, so is it Yoruba that didn't even know Israel existed before Islam and christianity were introduced that own it? Lets be real, it is this colomentality as fela puts it of super civilizations in Eurasia and the lack of civilization in africa that is driving ignorant people to distance themselves from africa. I mean just look at some saying Yoruba is too civilized to be related to africans, pure ignorance of african greatness

"He be say you be colonial man
You don be slave man before
Them don release you now
But you never release yourself
I say you fit never release yourself
Colo-mentality
He be say you be colonial man
You don be slave man before
Them don release you now
But you never release yourself
He be so
He be so them dey do, them dey overdo
All the things them dey do (He be so!)
He be so them dey do, them think dey say
Them better pass them brothers
No be so? (He be so!)
The thing wey black no good
Na foreign things them dey like
No be so? (He be so!)"


Europeans have left us, yet we still continue to enslave our minds and think lowly of our identity as africans, african origin is not good, we need foreign origin to think highly of ourselves. yoruba is better than igbo, igbo is better than edo, edo is better than igala, all fighting for who is better than who but you all are in the same mess

Well you claim to have the educated answer to this "sociological problem", why don't you proceed to solve it? cool cool

Fela's song is a similar complain you are making, a social critic with his own voice, who advice you not to follow any book. But you have alluded to great knowledge that education can proffer, now that the problem persists, it is an opportunity to use your wealth of knowledge fetched from great scholars, hard-work, acquisition of knowledge from traditionalists, etc. to solve the problem.

We think lowly of our identity as Africans, what is this "our identity"? What is this "African origin"? Can you share it? smiley
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 7:00pm On Jan 13
OlaoChi:



grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin all this attack and saying i cant speak yoruba just because i asked for clarity on 'oludari' and 'alakoso'
this coming from a fraudster who says that 'iberu' means fearless in yoruba


Omo igbo, stop lying. You can't speak Yoruba. Your vocabulary all through last year was devoid of a Yoruba words, phrases and sentences. The only time you used Yoruba with all the right dots and superscription was when you answered me at page 12 of this thread.

My amazement is that you that wrote such a succinct Yoruba was confused about alakoso, and you kill it by writing alakooso over and over, only to adjust it here and now, three years after. What fraud is more than that ewubeke? cheesy cheesy


grin grin grin have you forgotten when you said 'iberu' changed to 'hebrew' and means 'fearless' cheesy cheesy cheesy

GTFOH with your nonsense

Yes I said that. You can't teach me my language, it is me that will teach you my language because you do not have any inkling on the technicality of the language and as such, every "intelligence" that turn out from it would be too lofty to you, hence you call my findings in Yoruba language fraud, because to you, a spoken word should not have such capacity. Your language is bereft of ideas I guess.

Iberu is an ambiguity at a metaphorical level

Iberu is not fear, but "ijaiya" is: the Yoruba language describes whatever is identifies. Iberu is however a combination of two words, Iba and Eru. Iba is (an ancestral) name of an icon who opposed the Yoruba matriarch, Egun. Hence he was said to be fearless, daunting, hence the label Ojo-Iberu.

From this purview, "Iberu" is "fearless", "daunting", "daring", "awe-inspiring" etc, metaphorically. By this token, it is not a word but a phrase, and not just a phrase but a metaphor. Our ancient words are hyperlinked to history in Yoruba culture, how about yours? We cannot afford to bury their meaning when we have the wherewithal to bring them to the glorious light of knowledge.

Historicity of the term Iberu

Historically however, Iberu is also a good Yoruba cognate candidate for "Hebrew" or "Iberia". Perhaps, Ojo'beru means "Ojo the Hebrew" at the onset of time, when the word was coined. It however got stuck to fear/fearless from a lost or severed connection buried in the ebbs of time. A good example of this phenomena is the English word "macabre", which comes from Macabee of the Jewish-Roman empire.

Iba In Yoruba History

Today, many places in Yoruba bears "Iba" as part of their names or as their eponymous name. Example of this is Iba and Ibadan. There are history, (lost or known) behind every word in a lexicon of a language, I don't need to beg you to see this as truth: it is beyond your scope. At Ibadan is linguistic memorial of the patriarch Iba Oluyole, whose history earn Ibadan the sobriquet, "Ibadan nile Oluyole".

Thus, iberu is an ambiguous word, ultimately from "iberu-bojo". The word "iberu bojo" means "iberu begot ojo", literally. So there is a meaning to it beyond what meets the eyes, and the meaning should elude non observant users of the word. It is akin to saying "mo doko dele danimo", no one is 'danimo' in that sentence, it is a twist meaning "I've taken my adultery to the house of 'one who could recognize me".

I don't expect knowledge from you, but its my duty to teach you with utmost trepidation. Yours is to run from pillar to post hiding in foolishness. Now that you back track to 2018, so you couldn't forge ahead? No knowledge has befriend you in books and schools and traditionalist and hardwork that you recently ascribe to? Never mind, "fraudster/scammer" will do for 2019, the boy that cries wolf.

According to Ifa preceppt, "Ogbon inu ologbon l'ologbon fi nsaye, asiwere nikan ni komo imoran ara re gba. You have given haeyoholla advice, but as a fool, you cannot take your own advice. Knowledge does not trace back to you. Hardwork will not solve your problem, wisdom will, but as a poor African man, you will keep crying "Africa" in face of your problem because you don't have the intellect to surmount it.

You will break. cheesy
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 8:10pm On Jan 13
OlaoChi:



grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin all this attack and saying i cant speak yoruba just because i asked for clarity on 'oludari' and 'alakoso'
this coming from a fraudster who says that 'iberu' means fearless in yoruba

grin grin grin have you forgotten when you said 'iberu' changed to 'hebrew' and means 'fearless' cheesy cheesy cheesy

GTFOH with your nonsense

Omo nna,
See as you just dey use uncultured words on people left and right. Na ya village you think you dey. When you leave autonomous village it is no longer acceptable to behave like that. You are among civilized community now.

Ewu like you. Stop it! grin


absolutesuccess, alaiye mi, no respond to this forest specie anymore abeg. Each response from you winds him into more panic. Dont make him panic anymore or we may end up with an uncontrolable mammal in here.
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 8:39pm On Jan 13
absoluteSuccess:


Omo igbo, stop lying. You can't speak Yoruba. Your vocabulary all through last year was devoid of a Yoruba words, phrases and sentences. The only time you used Yoruba with all the right dots and superscription was when you answered me at page 12 of this thread.

My amazement is that you that wrote such a succinct Yoruba was confused about alakoso, and you kill it by writing alakooso over and over, only to adjust it here and now, three years after. What fraud is more than that ewubeke? cheesy cheesy



Yes I said that. You can't teach me my language, it is me that will teach you my language because you do not have any inkling on the technicality of the language and as such, every "intelligence" that turn out from it would be too lofty to you, hence you call my findings in Yoruba language fraud, because to you, a spoken word should not have such capacity. Your language is bereft of ideas I guess.

Iberu is an ambiguity at a metaphorical level

Iberu is not fear, but "ijaiya" is: the Yoruba language describes whatever is identifies. Iberu is however a combination of two words, Iba and Eru. Iba is (an ancestral) name of an icon who opposed the Yoruba matriarch, Egun. Hence he was said to be fearless, daunting, hence the label Ojo-Iberu.

From this purview, "Iberu" is "fearless", "daunting", "daring", "awe-inspiring" etc, metaphorically. By this token, it is not a word but a phrase, and not just a phrase but a metaphor. Our ancient words are hyperlinked to history in Yoruba culture, how about yours? We cannot afford to bury their meaning when we have the wherewithal to bring them to the glorious light of knowledge.

Historicity of the term Iberu

Historically however, Iberu is also a good Yoruba cognate candidate for "Hebrew" or "Iberia". Perhaps, Ojo'beru means "Ojo the Hebrew" at the onset of time, when the word was coined. It however got stuck to fear/fearless from a lost or severed connection buried in the ebbs of time. A good example of this phenomena is the English word "macabre", which comes from Macabee of the Jewish-Roman empire.

Iba In Yoruba History

Today, many places in Yoruba bears "Iba" as part of their names or as their eponymous name. Example of this is Iba and Ibadan. There are history, (lost or known) behind every word in a lexicon of a language, I don't need to beg you to see this as truth: it is beyond your scope. At Ibadan is linguistic memorial of the patriarch Iba Oluyole, whose history earn Ibadan the sobriquet, "Ibadan nile Oluyole".

Thus, iberu is an ambiguous word, ultimately from "iberu-bojo". The word "iberu bojo" means "iberu begot ojo", literally. So there is a meaning to it beyond what meets the eyes, and the meaning should elude non observant users of the word. It is akin to saying "mo doko dele danimo", no one is 'danimo' in that sentence, it is a twist meaning "I've taken my adultery to the house of 'one who could recognize me".

I don't expect knowledge from you, but its my duty to teach you with utmost trepidation. Yours is to run from pillar to post hiding in foolishness. Now that you back track to 2018, so you couldn't forge ahead? No knowledge has befriend you in books and schools and traditionalist and hardwork that you recently ascribe to? Never mind, "fraudster/scammer" will do for 2019, the boy that cries wolf.

According to Ifa preceppt, "Ogbon inu ologbon l'ologbon fi nsaye, asiwere nikan ni komo imoran ara re gba. You have given haeyoholla advice, but as a fool, you cannot take your own advice. Knowledge does not trace back to you. Hardwork will not solve your problem, wisdom will, but as a poor African man, you will keep crying "Africa" in face of your problem because you don't have the intellect to surmount it.

You will break. cheesy
Mr. man asking what oludari and alakoso means is not a problem at all, because these are recently formed words for the purpose of media production and i asked for clarity not that i have no idea of their meaning but for clarity on their use in media production. you are just desperate to nail me on something grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
keep going through my posts, you will soon find what you are looking for. It is obvious you are a desperate scammer, notice how you never respond to my post with any evidence backing up your hebrew claims rather you only respond to attack my person grin

another long epistle of more made up history and linguistics.
Ibadan means Iba Odan - Edge of the Savannah.
Iberia - Spain and Portugal has nothing to do with 'hebrew'. You also failed geography in school apparently
Iberu is not Iberus, or Iberia, or Hebrew.
Iberia has nothing to do with hebrews or Israel
Iberu is not 'fearless', it means 'fear'
Ijaya means 'shock' or 'fright' not fear. o ja mi l'aya - you frightened me

You are a shameless scam, you play this persona of an expert of yoruba language so well, but you do not know as much as you claim, you fit imaginary definitions and meanings that suit your agenda into yoruba words.

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 8:42pm On Jan 13
ImperialYoruba:


Omo nna,
See as you just dey use uncultured words on people left and right. Na ya village you think you dey. When you leave autonomous village it is no longer acceptable to behave like that. You are among civilized community now.

Ewu like you. Stop it! grin


absolutesuccess, alaiye mi, no respond to this forest specie anymore abeg. Each response from you winds him into more panic. Dont make him panic anymore or we may end up with an uncontrolable mammal in here.

i am more yoruba than you tongue
calling me igbo shows how desperate and stupid you people are.
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by macof(m): 9:46pm On Jan 13
OlaoChi:



grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin all this attack and saying i cant speak yoruba just because i asked for clarity on 'oludari' and 'alakoso'
this coming from a fraudster who says that 'iberu' means fearless in yoruba

grin grin grin have you forgotten when you said 'iberu' changed to 'hebrew' and means 'fearless' cheesy cheesy cheesy

GTFOH with your nonsense
same guy said years ago that Ebora is Deborah, still not long after he said Ebora is Abraham grin grin grin 1. inconsistency 2. Ignorance of both yoruba language and culture and that of the hebrews
all sort of nonsense here i tell you

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Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 6:19am On Jan 14
Macof,
What is ebora gaan sef?

Show us how well versed and knowledgeable you are in Yoruba. All these omo ibos born and bred in Yorubaland sef. You all can only be Yoruba citizens. You can never be Yoruba natives.

Give the word "ebora" a phenomenal narrative.

Show off here and make me proud of you.
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 6:36am On Jan 14
OlaoChi:


i am more yoruba than you tongue
calling me igbo shows how desperate and stupid you people are.

LOLZ. shocked shocked

You don't claim Yoruba, its Yoruba that should claim you and bestow her beauty on you, but your vocabulary on this platform over the years as a member has no trace of Yoruba conversations in it. For the umpteenth time, nothing Yorubaic traces back to you. You are a beast of no nation if you cannot proudly tell your origin without flickering. tongue tongue

You know should you claim any place as your origin in Yorubaland, load of question that investigates your authenticity will empty itself on you hence you are careful. What you should do naturally is to have told us where you hail from in Yorubaland, but you will never do that. Because you are scared and sure nothing is "upstairs" for you.

Can you sing me Fela song again, since that's the recent book of history you have read. Someone pointing us to higher place of learning and hardwork to do to earn it has done nothing over the years than cram a song of the last century to solve today's problem, no advancement.

So you don't practice what you preach? grin grin You send your audience to school while you go smoke, sing, yabbis and womanize at shrine grin grin
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 6:51am On Jan 14
OlaoChi:
Mr. man asking what oludari and alakoso means is not a problem at all, because these are recently formed words for the purpose of media production and i asked for clarity not that i have no idea of their meaning but for clarity on their use in media production. you are just desperate to nail me on something grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
keep going through my posts, you will soon find what you are looking for. It is obvious you are a desperate scammer, notice how you never respond to my post with any evidence backing up your hebrew claims rather you only respond to attack my person grin

another long epistle of more made up history and linguistics.
Ibadan means Iba Odan - Edge of the Savannah.
Iberia - Spain and Portugal has nothing to do with 'hebrew'. You also failed geography in school apparently
Iberu is not Iberus, or Iberia, or Hebrew.
Iberia has nothing to do with hebrews or Israel
Iberu is not 'fearless', it means 'fear'
Ijaya means 'shock' or 'fright' not fear. o ja mi l'aya - you frightened me

You are a shameless scam, you play this persona of an expert of yoruba language so well, but you do not know as much as you claim, you fit imaginary definitions and meanings that suit your agenda into yoruba words.

I've educated you well enough, dude. grin grin grin

In all this, you script around my post and had nothing of your own beside what you can make of mine from what geography says of present demographic distributions of the places I've referenced, and not their cultural or historical relationship with the words and topic at hand.

But you have been educated already and you have by that token conceit defeat. I will not go "empty headed" with you on that since you have agreed you are a clever pupil, stylishly stealing ideas and using it with cleverness. tongue tongue
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by absoluteSuccess: 7:20am On Jan 14
macof:
same guy said years ago that Ebora is Deborah, still not long after he said Ebora is Abraham grin grin grin 1. inconsistency 2. Ignorance of both yoruba language and culture and that of the hebrews
all sort of nonsense here i tell you

LOL old friend, you've recovered. cheesy cheesy

Don't worry, I still have your size here too o, cheesy cheesy cheesy I'm happy to have you back.

No, that's not what I said, clever hypnotist. wink wink

I said the word "Deborah" rhymes with the word "Ebora". Rhyme is not saying one word is another word, it says that one word has similar sound or attributes of another. I used it as an instant.

What I said is, EBORAH IS THE YORUBA COGNATE FOR ABRAM or ABRAHAM, I said it is ebo-ra, meaning "the sacrifice vanished" and that has analogy in the passage where the patriarch was promised by God that his children will be many.

I said Yoruba were more like the coptic christians in outlook and what Christ referred to as "Abraham Bosom" a place the hebrew of his time may have seen as reuniting with their ancestor at death (at the paradise) is what Yoruba says when a man dies, and they says, "o ti deni Ebora" meaning such a person has gone to "be with the patriarch".

Ebora is referenced in the book "Dinlogun" by Agrippina Souza, and it is taken from an Odu Ifa Erindinlogun, which tell the story of the dilema of the twins that emanated from Ejilaesebora.

I said Ejilaesebora means "ejila to se [lati ara] ebora" (the twelve that descended from ebora) and that the story has every element of the family of Isaac and their dilemma that made the house to go their separate ways.

I know what you want is every details to be perfect before one can take it serious, (since your concept of history over the years is that we should be living in one historic afternoon forever" LOL, historian indeed.


But what can I expect from you than to take me out of context as that will serve your utmost purpose? I am not to satisfy you buddy.
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 8:35am On Jan 14
absoluteSuccess:


LOL old friend, you've recovered. cheesy cheesy

Don't worry, I still have your size here too o, cheesy cheesy cheesy I'm happy to have you back.

No, that's not what I said, clever hypnotist. wink wink

I said the word "Deborah" rhymes with the word "Ebora". Rhyme is not saying one word is another word, it says that one word has similar sound or attributes of another. I used it as an instant.

What I said is, EBORAH IS THE YORUBA COGNATE FOR ABRAM or ABRAHAM, I said it is ebo-ra, meaning "the sacrifice vanished" and that has analogy in the passage where the patriarch was promised by God that his children will be many.

I said Yoruba were more like the coptic christians in outlook and what Christ referred to as "Abraham Bosom" a place the hebrew of his time may have seen as reuniting with their ancestor at death (at the paradise) is what Yoruba says when a man dies, and they says, "o ti deni Ebora" meaning such a person has gone to "be with the patriarch".

Ebora is referenced in the book "Dinlogun" by Agrippina Souza, and it is taken from an Odu Ifa Erindinlogun, which tell the story of the dilema of the twins that emanated from Ejilaesebora.

I said Ejilaesebora means "ejila to se [lati ara] ebora" (the twelve that descended from ebora) and that the story has every element of the family of Isaac and their dilemma that made the house to go their separate ways.

I know what you want is every details to be perfect before one can take it serious, (since your concept of history over the years is that we should be living in one historic afternoon forever" LOL, historian indeed.


But what can I expect from you than to take me out of context as that will serve your utmost purpose? I am not to satisfy you buddy.

Macof does not have capacity to connect dots like that and make a whole piece out of the riddles, the puzzles, leads, hints and inferrences. He wants an already built block, not the building blocks and assembly schematics. Thats too much challenge.

If i were his doctor I would recommend he starts inhaling snuff as remedy for his disjoints. Mmtcheeew...

You have told him about Ejire and Isaac and I pointed to him in a post that the poetic phrase "Ejire ara Isokun" is reference back to Isaac's twins, Eshau and Jakob.

He will never accept it. Never! Expect him to throw a curveball back and say we are not proud in African background.

Im beginning to suspect macof is like Dele Momodu,born in Ife quarters, knows in and out...but in origin is an at'oun rinwa.


Alaiye mi, no vex abeg. Its their ways. Ignore them.
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 11:49am On Jan 14
macof:
same guy said years ago that Ebora is Deborah, still not long after he said Ebora is Abraham grin grin grin 1. inconsistency 2. Ignorance of both yoruba language and culture and that of the hebrews
all sort of nonsense here i tell you

grin the guy is a big time professional scammer, knows how to play his game well
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 12:15pm On Jan 14
absoluteSuccess:


I've educated you well enough, dude. grin grin grin

In all this, you script around my post and had nothing of your own beside what you can make of mine from what geography says of present demographic distributions of the places I've referenced, and not their cultural or historical relationship with the words and topic at hand.

But you have been educated already and you have by that token conceit defeat. I will not go "empty headed" with you on that since you have agreed you are a clever pupil, stylishly stealing ideas and using it with cleverness. tongue tongue


In a 10,000 life times I will still be in the position to educate you despite calling yourself an authority on Yoruba, because I learn, while you invent and make up facts. Everybody can notice how you never make any reference to your claims because you have none. Times without number you have exposed yourself as a pseudo historian without sources, who rewrites history from his mind

I've educated you already, before now you had no idea what Iberia was, or what 'Ibẹru' and 'Ijaya' mean, or what Ibadan means
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 12:17pm On Jan 14
ImperialYoruba:
Macof,
What is ebora gaan sef?

Show us how well versed and knowledgeable you are in Yoruba. All these omo ibos born and bred in Yorubaland sef. You all can only be Yoruba citizens. You can never be Yoruba natives.

Give the word "ebora" a phenomenal narrative.

Show off here and make me proud of you.
cheesy even macof is now ọmọ ibo according to these desperate miscreants
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by OlaoChi: 12:22pm On Jan 14
absoluteSuccess:


LOLZ. shocked shocked

You don't claim Yoruba, its Yoruba that should claim you and bestow her beauty on you, but your vocabulary on this platform over the years as a member has no trace of Yoruba conversations in it. For the umpteenth time, nothing Yorubaic traces back to you. You are a beast of no nation if you cannot proudly tell your origin without flickering. tongue tongue

You know should you claim any place as your origin in Yorubaland, load of question that investigates your authenticity will empty itself on you hence you are careful. What you should do naturally is to have told us where you hail from in Yorubaland, but you will never do that. Because you are scared and sure nothing is "upstairs" for you.

Can you sing me Fela song again, since that's the recent book of history you have read. Someone pointing us to higher place of learning and hardwork to do to earn it has done nothing over the years than cram a song of the last century to solve today's problem, no advancement.

So you don't practice what you preach? grin grin You send your audience to school while you go smoke, sing, yabbis and womanize at shrine grin grin


You are not the one to decide who is Yoruba and who is not, you are just a nobody trying to feed.

You are always so eager to go attack the character of people who see your flaws within your claims of perfection and highest knowledge, you lost the argument when you resorted to calling a Yoruba person omo ibo grin
Shows how you can't handle the situation with points of your own.

You are a fraud
Re: Yoruba Hebrew Heritage by ImperialYoruba: 3:42pm On Jan 14
OlaoChi:
cheesy even macof is now ọmọ ibo according to these desperate miscreants

If i like sef I call him macof from Sudan. There is nothing he can do. He is a tribeless man. I call him Bantu sef...even Xhosa. In fact Xhosa fit perfect because he can click-click clack-clack more conveniently than he can put "ebora" into a narrative.

If you quote me again ill break your head. Stop talking shhyte and derailing thread.

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