Ifanla ogbeate temple egungun festival 2018 date: 12th of september for those who are far from nigeria where ifanla_ogbeate temple is located can help us with western union or money gram transfer or any other means of transaction thanks see more world egungun conference and festival 2020, coming soon: by opeola ojeniyi added 9 new photos. Potentialities of the egúngún festival as a tool for tourism development in ogbomoso, nigeria d o makinde department of fine and applied arts, obafemi awolowo university. Egungun festival in nigeria uploaded by salauwale related interests religion and belief rating and stats osun festival, egungun festival, argungu fishing festival, etc egungun festival is part of the yoruba religious system sometimes referred to as “orisa” it probably comes into yorubaland through islamic sacred knot. The festival has also taken a more touristic dimension in recent times, which like the osun osogbo festival, attracts visitors from all across nigeria, as well as yoruba diaspora populations. Clash between egungun and muslim youths: sometimes, there is bloody clash between some muslim youths and masquerade supporters masqueradesupporters: as the festival began in ibadan on monday, unlike previous masquerade festivals which were punctuated by violence, this year’s festival started on a peaceful note.
Egungun costume - worn for festival in lagos, nigeria egungun costume see more costumes around the world islamic art voodoo african art contemporary artists saatchi art find art masks masquerades dark beauty cute girls africa & art masquerade african artwork face masks. About twenty-five people have been reportedly injured in a clash between some muslims and egungun worshipers (masqueraders) in kishi, oke-ogun area of oyo state. Femi4: it was also gathered that following an instruction from alfa lati, his followers reportedly attacked the masquerade (egungun) with stones and other dangerous weapons, a situation that forced the egungun to remove his mask, and ran for dear life sebi they said egungun is from heaven,why is it now afraid of going back by dying. Nigeria states of nigeria osun state egungun festival egungun refers to the return of the ancestors in masquerade form and is celebrated by the yoruba people in iragbiji, a town near osogbo, the egungun festival is celebrated as the period of interaction between the living and the dead.
Nigeria egungun festival degenerate into bloody clash between muslims & adherents by bamidele ogunberu posted on may 5th, 2017 a bloody clash has broken out about between muslims faithfuls and egungun worshipers in oyo leaving many people injured. The egungun are celebrated in festivals, known as odun egungun, lagosphoto logo lagosphoto festival is the first international art festival of photography in nigeria, launched in october 2010 and sponsored by etisalat nigeria the oku are virtually all muslims at over 99%, of the sunni tradition of islam, and are known for their deeply. Ibadan (yoruba: ìbàdàn) is the capital and most populous city of oyo state, nigeriawith a population of over 3 million, it is the third most populous city in nigeria after lagos and kano it is the country's largest city by geographical areaat the time of nigeria's independence in 1960, ibadan was the largest and most populous city in the country, and the second most populous in africa. The egungun festival in festivals the egungun festival is a part of the yoruba traditional religion it is performed to mark the death of important personalities, the festival is common among the egbas, egbados, oyo and other parts of south western nigeria. Ade adekola’s series explores the egungun and its significance within yoruba culture he adapts an age-old symbol to engage with a global, modern-day audience karine versluis travelled to lagos where she met a number of young women who had come from eastern nigeria to lagos to start a umbra, axiom chapter ©2018 lagosphoto festival.
Egungun is a part of the yoruba pantheon of divinities the yoruba religious system is sometimes referred to as the 'yoruba religion' or simply 'orisa veneration' in the tradition of ancestor veneration, egungun represents the collective ancestors assure a place for the dead among the. A nigerian newspaper and online version of the vanguard, a daily publication in nigeria covering nigeria news, niger delta, general national news, politics, business, energy, sports, entertainment. Hence both the priest of egungun and the town crier of the king would announce the day s to both the devotees and the populace in general chicken cassav a flour and other materials for egungun festivals the first day is alway s fall on the day of egungun according to ifa v erse „‟ojo ni ibo ese awo‟‟ meaning „the first day alway s. Egungun is a yoruba tradition that commemorates the dead within the yoruba culture, tradition teaches that each person has at least two souls, the individual soul, called emi, and an ancestral guardian soul, iponri, according to motherland nigeriacom. No fewer than 25 people have been reported injured in a clash between some muslims and egungun worshipers (masqueraders) in kishi, oke-ogun area of oyo state.
One of the festivals that unite yoruba people from different communities is the egungun festival most people regardless of religious affiliations participate in the festival for the exciting atmosphere and the songs, dancing and the colorful costumes of the “ara orun” (ancestors. Celebrated in southwestern nigeria by the yorubas, the egungun festival is dedicated to the worship of ancestors it is said that the circumstances surrounding the origin of the festival are full of mystique and based on a legendary folklore. Steroge: “ sisterwolf: “ egungun - photo by leonce raphael agbodjelou ” religious festival of the yoruba people, nigeria ” negistenegest: “ leonce raphael agbodjelou is one of the pre-eminent photographers from the republic of benin, based in the capital porto novo close to the nigerian border. About nigeria nigeria is located in west africa and shares land borders with the republic of benin in the west, chad and cameroon in the east, and niger in the north the name nigeria was taken from the river niger running through the country.
While condemning the attack on the egungun worshipers, bogunmbe noted that the constitution of the federal republic of nigeria makes the country a multi-religious one in which every citizen is free to practice whatever religion of his or her choice. However, egungun festival is a part of the yoruba traditional religion it is performed to mark the death of important personalities, the festival is common among the egbas, egbados, oyo and other. Nigeria states of nigeria ondo state egungun festival the egungun (or masquerade) festival is an important celebration amongst the yoruba people, who believe that the masked figures represent the spirits of the dead who return annually to reunite with the living. There was violence in ikun ekiti, in the moba local government area, on tuesday as masqueraders attacked muslims in the central mosque for allegedly disturbing the egungun festival.
Last weekend, the ancient town of iwo was agog in festivity, as the community held its yearly egungun (masquerade) festival, which attracted tourists from different parts of the world. The clash was reportedly stoked due to confrontations between some youths in the hausa community, who allegedly obstructed the traditionalists that were celebrating egungun isopo festival. Cassav a flour and other materials for egungun festivals the first day is alway s fall on the day of egungun according to ifa v erse „‟ojo ni ibo ese awo‟‟ meaning „the first day alway s fall on the day of secret and its ritual‟ egungun represent in reality ancestral div inities that shows the belief of ifa devotee in the life after.