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Yoruba demons have started again. 😅 2022 has not started but they are unleashed. They have almost broken my heart in January that is not even up to 3 weeks. I hope many make it to February 14. Disclaimer: please understand sarcasm, don’t break up with your boo because of this post 😅 but if you see red flags, you know what to do. Also, this post bears no resemblance to any person living or dead (all those things in Indian movies). Then, I am a lady and so is my perspective 🤗 Let’s continue in love… What Does Yoruba Demon Mean? Yoruba demons don’t mean the horn walking beings or agents of the devil. The type you see in Agbara Nla by Mount Zion. Yoruba demon is a coinage used to represent playboys, playboys who are Yoruba speaking. Your Tunde Femi, Dayo, Wale, I have removed one name because…

Ojo Aje is the first day of the week for Yorubas Do you hold on to superstitions? Or do you believe in myths? Do you let it affect your outlook on life? Must we have myths for everything? What do they to us? The Yoruba people of Nigeria have this myth concerning the first working day of the week which is Monday. Monday is known as Ojo Aje… Aje meaning wealth, sales, fame and a couple of other things. The day Money joined Orisa on earth is called Ojo Aje. The myth holds that whatever happens to you on Monday will happen to you all through that week… So many Yoruba traders pray for bountiful sales, new customers and are unusually nice. They don’t want to meet anyone with evil omen, they are clairvoyant, have this sixth sense on Mondays…. With myths like this, how do people mark the “what…

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