Culture

ESAN, A GREAT PEOPLE

ESAN, A GREAT PEOPLE Thanks my brother for this mind search provoking piece. The problem of marginalisation in Esan land is self inflicted because we don't know our value. No body can become a governor of the State without securing 25% of the total registered voters in each of the five LGA in Edo central...

The Ojogun

The Ojogun The Ojogun, the people who work with iron started the industrial revolution and banking in the world. They are called blacksmith in England where they started the banking system of today. How? The Ojogun work with irons and thus were able to build strong rooms were they keep their tools and other valuables...

Learn to speak, read and write Esan Language in 2 months

Learn to speak, read and write Esan Language in 2 months By Instony Kristofferson, (author of the "Authentic Esan Dictionary, and Translator of the Esan Bible) The Esan Language Class Online will afford Esan persons no matter the location in the world the opportunity to learn under the professional Esan Language teacher using information communication...

Learn the rudiments of Esan Language, join the Esan Language Class online

Learn the rudiments of Esan Language, join the Esan Language Class online Are you an Esan parent, person or interested in Esan Language, proverbs, idiom, rhetorics and writing in pure Esan language, join the Esan Language Class online run by a professional and guru in Esan language, the author of the authentic Esan Dictionary. Your culture,...

Ewu History written for over 40 years by Instony Kristofferson to be published soon

Ewu History written for over 40 years by Instony Kristofferson to be published soon Instony Oyailome who writes with the pen name Instony Kristofferson is a native of Ewu in Esan Central LGA of Edo State. He has dedicated his life to the preservation of Esan language and literature. His work so far include the...

In Esan Tradition; Prince Doesn’t Produce King But King Produces King.

In Esan Tradition; Prince Doesn't Produce King But King Produces King. By Prince Kelly O. Udebhulu. Many a time I have reasons to look in-depth into Esan tradition and have them in writing for our children and posterity. I use primarily secondary materials from carefully organized articles from Esan historians and writers supported by my personal researches,...

THE HISTORY OF IGBABONELIMIN DANCE

THE HISTORY OF IGBABONELIMIN DANCE According to Nosa Omoghodion (2008), “traditionally”, the performance (display) of the Igbabonelimin is in two stages. The first stage is the introduction of the respective elimin (spirit) as they enter the arena. This stage is called ‘Oye”. What happens here is that in a burst of energy the elimin shows...

LETS MAKE ESAN GREAT AGAIN

LETS MAKE ESAN GREAT AGAIN Esan people are like the Jews surrounded by Arabs. In a nation of 170 million people, Esan folks are only 700 hundred thousand. It is like a single rose growing amongst millions of roses. In the midst of millions of voices there is a tiny Esan voice. How will this...