Aso-oke. No weddinging Yoruba-land is complete without it. According to Wikipedia, Aso-oke is defined as “a hand-loomed cloth, woven by the Yoruba people of western Nigeria.” It is peculiar to Yoruba people, particularly those from Lagos, Ogun, Ekiti, Ondo, Osun and Oyo states. Traditionally, aso-oke can be translated to mean “top cloth” in English language. […]
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