Ebira Traditions

Significance of Ekuoba Masquerade in Ebiraland

Introduction Ekuoba is a renowned herald masquerade in the tradition and festival history of Ebiraland. “Eku” means “ancestral spirit or…

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Roles of Traditional Chieftaincy in Ebiraland

Introduction The overall traditional ruler of Ebiraland, that oversees the affairs of the entire Ebira community is known as the…

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Anebira: The Origin, Culture and Tradition of Ebira People

Introduction Anebira (also known as the ebira people) are a tribe whose language is Ebira. The Anebira live in Kogi…

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Traditional Funeral Rites for Ebira Women in Ebiraland

Introduction Another important aspect of the cultural heritage of the Ebira people is their traditional rites. Their customs are not…

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The Origin and Celebration of Echori Festival in Ebiraland

Introduction Eche Ori shortened as Echori  is another one of the three major annual festivals celebrated in Ebiraland. However, unlike…

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The Origin and Celebration of Echane Festival in Ebiraland

Introduction In today’s article we will be talking about another festival celebrated by Anebira known as Echane Festival. The Ebira…

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The Origin and Celebration of Ekuechi Festival in Ebiraland

Introduction Ebira is a tribe spoken by the Ebira ethnic group in Kogi State, Nigeria. The people that speak this…

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