We cannot help but appreciate the beauty of African arts and culture as they open our eyes to enriching perspectives on the diverse and unique way of life of the African people.
In this segment, we head to Osun State, South-West Nigeria where tens of thousands gather annually to celebrate the Osun-Osogbo festival.
This ceremony, a rich indigenous culture of the Yoruba people celebrates the goddess of fertility, Osun.
Traditionalists believe that the Osun River water is sacred and has healing properties and that the Orisa or Yeye Osun, helps those who take her water called agbo.
Let’s join Oge Obierika who is our guide in this edition.