"However far the stream flows, it never forgets its source." Yoruba Proverb - The BlackPrint Project Black Quote of the Day

However far the stream flows, it never forgets its source. The Yoruba people are an ethnic group of southwestern and north-central Nigeria, as well as southern and central Benin

If one has not struck one's head against something, one does not learn how to stoop. Yoruba proverb.

If one has not struck one's head against something, one does not learn how to stoop.

Tunde Odunlade on Yoruba Proverbs & What's Wrong With Nigeria? | KULTURAMA - worldwide

Tunde Odunlade on Yoruba Proverbs & What's Wrong With Nigeria?

Aaah! Omi tó tán lẹ́hìn ẹja ló sọọ́ di èrò ìṣasùn is a typical Yoruba proverb which simply means that "a person is helpless without good support". I'm pretty sure you're viewing

Omi tó tán lẹ́hìn ẹja ló sọọ́ di èrò ìṣasùn is a typical Yoruba proverb which simply means that "a person is helpless without good support". I'm pretty sure you're viewing

Tunde Odunlade on Yoruba Proverbs & What's Wrong With Nigeria? | KULTURAMA - worldwide

Tunde Odunlade on Yoruba Proverbs & What's Wrong With Nigeria?

The wealth which enslaves the owner isn’t wealth. – Yoruba Proverb

African Proverbs 4

The wealth which enslaves the owner isn’t wealth. – Yoruba Proverb

What you give you get, ten times over. – Yoruba Proverb

African Proverbs 4

What you give you get, ten times over. – Yoruba Proverb

A hunter with only one arrow does not shoot carelessly. -Nigerian proverb

A hunter with only one arrow does not shoot carelessly. - Nigerian saying

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