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See How Brazil Uses Yoruba Culture To Sell Tourism by Naijabash(m): 12:37pm On Jun 14, 2018
Wole Duro Ladipo, the scion of the late dramatist, Chief Duro Ladipo of Obakoso fame bares his mind on the tourism value of the Yoruba culture with Wale Ojo-Lanre and Remi Oladoye. In an interview exposes How Brazil Uses Yoruba Culture To Sell Tourism ....

Re: See How Brazil Uses Yoruba Culture To Sell Tourism by MrBrownJay1(m): 12:57pm On Jun 14, 2018
why wouldnt Brazil use Yoruba culture to sell tourism?! yoruba culture IS A HUGE PART of Brazilian history, duh!

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Re: See How Brazil Uses Yoruba Culture To Sell Tourism by Naijabash(m): 6:45pm On Jun 14, 2018
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Re: See How Brazil Uses Yoruba Culture To Sell Tourism by Nobody: 11:06am On Jun 18, 2018
MrBrownJay1:
why wouldnt Brazil use Yoruba culture to sell tourism?! yoruba culture IS A HUGE PART of Brazilian history, duh!
I can say they are Yoruba in diaspora and they are not "majority" in Brazil either. If they can appreciate their root and sell it out in the name of tourism then I don't know what is wrong with people back HOME trying to do away with the culture and heritage.

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Re: See How Brazil Uses Yoruba Culture To Sell Tourism by Nowenuse: 1:23am On Jun 19, 2018
classicB:

I can say they are Yoruba in diaspora and they are not "majority" in Brazil either. If they can appreciate their root and sell it out in the name of tourism then I don't know what is wrong with people back HOME trying to do away with the culture and heritage.

Really it's such a shame.

I really felt ashamed of we Nigerians on a particular day when I watched a documentary on these afro-Brazilians and afro-cubans and how much they fight to retain their ancestral african cultures and religion. They celebrated the African culture with so much pride and enthusiasm.

It's such a pity that we who are here in the homeland are getting rid of these cultures.

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