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11 THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT THE EGBAS’

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“1). Egbas are people born with Pride, Honour, Dignity, Integrity and Respect.

2) Egbas are extremely fashionable, that is why we discovered our own clothing style of Adire and Kampala.

3) Egbas love something that is unique, that is the reason our Ancestors discovered for us, Lafun and Ewedu.

4). Western education started with Egba people that is why they keep on producing the best medical doctors, lawyers, accountants, economists, industrialists, engineers and so many qualitative professionals.

5). Civilisation emanated in their land, that is the reason why they were the first to buy and drive cars in Nigeria.

6). Patriotism is in their blood, that is why they are the only tribe that has its own anthem in Nigeria.

7). Egbas are Radicals, that’s d reason why they liberated Nigerians from bondage

8). Egbas have Leadership traits in their veins, that is the reason for producing all the Yoruba Presidents that have been and annulled in Nigeria.

9). Egbas are warriors who love peace

10). Egbas are hard working people who enjoys funfair

11). Egbas are the best in agricultural system and advocate of unity in our Nation.

Wherever you are in any parts of the world, you should never forget being an Egba indigine is a great honour from Olodumare, the God that personally moulded Olumo for you.

 

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