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Adegboyega Shamsideen T.



Buffalo, NY
Hometown: Eko-Akete (Lagos), Naijiria ("'Nigeria'")

Organizer since:

February 9, 2010


S'alafia ni?

A dupę...

S'alafia ni?

A dupę...

Ile nko?

Īlé wà dādā...


A forum of open- ended discussions in the ways of the Orişa. A very rare opportunity in learning how to speak, and understand it-- feel the rhythm, the spiritual essence, and romance of the language. Come and sing, and dance with the Orişa!

What Adegboyega Shamsideen T. is saying about this Meetup Group

I respect, and lift up my hat to any individual, and/or group that would endeavor to promote, and bring about educating people about the "Ifa" tradition; and altogether about the essence of "African Spirituality." Hence, "Kudos" to Priestess/Warrior Queen Nzingha... More grease to your elbows! "Alafia" (Peace)... "Ase, Ase, Ase"... Others should this group so as to know that the African spirits are alive, and well. The "Orisha" are not "'sleeping'."

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