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PET-ANIMALS

The Traditional Importance Of Buffalo In Ebiraland

The buffalo is a herbivores wild animal that walks in groups and behind their leader who always be the oldest amongst them. Usually, a particular bird specie revolve or sit on the head of their leaders and can uproot a tree with their heads. Buffalos has a pair of horns which is said to be as hot as one could imagine. However, they neither attack animals nor do other animals not even lion attack them. There are few hunters who could kill buffalo and sometimes when they did, they ended being fatally injured.

  2 years ago ago
The Traditional Importance Of Buffalo In Ebiraland

POLITICS

Saraki vs EFCC: Kwara South Youths Hail Court Ruling, Say Saraki's Integrity Remained Unstained

EIYA LAUDS SARAKI'S COURT VICTORY, SAYS VERDICTS AGAIN AFFIRMED HIS UNSTAINED PUBLIC STEWARDSHIP The Ekiti Igbomina Youth Agenda, EIYA has felicitated with kwara state foremost political leader and former president of Nigerian Senate, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki over his latest victory at the federal high court , Lagos which ruled against EFCCs applications seeking to forfeit Sarakis legally acquired properties based on mere political trumped up charges and wicked machinations by those who feel threatened by

  2 years ago ago
Saraki vs EFCC: Kwara South Youths Hail Court Ruling, Say Saraki's Integrity Remained Unstained

PET-ANIMALS

Important Of Eiya (Buffalo) in Ebira Tradition

Important Of Eiya (Buffalo) in Ebira Tradition Ebria people are among tribes in Nigeria with Educative and powerful history, they are more in Kogi State. A herbivore, Eiya(Buffalo) it an intelligent animal and they walk in the group behind their leader, who is the oldest of among them. One species of bird is always seen revolving and sometimes times sitting on the leaders head.They can uproot the biggest Iroko tree with their head, is this not lovely and incredible? Their pair of horns is said to be as hot as

  2 years ago ago
Important Of Eiya (Buffalo) in Ebira Tradition