50 Ebira Words and Meaning (Ebira Dictionary) Vol.1

Ebira Dictionary And Ebira Words Traslated To English.

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Music: Whinny – My Dream

Whinny - My Dream

Whinny – My Dream – My Dream is a song by Whinny, an R&B song from the soul number 1 song for now you need to listen to for motivation to keep hustling hard legitimately, no matter who is against you.

You can relate to this song if you have been in the verge of hustling and no one seems to support your dream. All you need do is download the Song Below and Drop your comments, please don’t forget to share.

Download My Dream By Whinny

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Saudy: My Ebira Love At First Sight (Tale of A Cab Driver)

So will you like it if i narrate to you how i met a girl named Saudat Umar? Yes i posted out her full name because she vex meeeeeee! 😏

So! The first day i met Saudy (Saudat) was one sarturday morning at a friend’s Wedding, in Garki Abuja. Saw this pretty lady walking majestically with gorgeous look, i didn’t know when i sounded like davido (Chiiiiiiiiiiii! Osheeeey Baddest) i wanted to just stand up from where i was seated, walk up to her and just smell her perfume. She be like fine wine.

When the wedding was going to an end (because it was a christian wedding) the pastor said prayers for we the singles;

Pastor said before the end of 2020, we will meet our spouses.
Guess whose amen was the loudest? (Saudy) i was looking at her with corner eye.
The Pastor ended the prayer after so much anointing.

The wedding ended. I felt renewed as I stood outside the wedding hall, patiently waiting for this angel to walk by and shoot my shot. I spent almost 10 minutes waiting, this girl no come out oh. (Abi na she one go prepare the couple’s bed for the first night ni? 🙄)

A friend hurriedly rushed to me to tell me the angel i am waiting for at the exit is already at the road site waiting for taxi (my eyes turn red instantly) about three commercial buses passed by her but they all refused to let her in when she showed them a N1000 note which was the only denomination she had.

Fortunate enough for me we came to the event with a Cab, 😁😁 Are you Rinking what am Rinking? 😋

Finally, i appeared overtaking like to cabs, voooooom! With my empty cab. I agreed to give her a lift at no cost when she presented the N1000 note she had. She entered the cab and conversation started.

Me: How the wedding been dey?” I asked.
saudy: Fine.
Me: So wetin be your name?”

She: Sigh

She was thinking in her mind and i was hearing it loudly, (I’m like that so don’t judge me)

Saudy in Her Mind: Nothing I dread most than cab drivers and okada riders that find it difficult to just shut up and drive. But I will act polite to show my gratitude for his free ride. Good thing I will get rid of him fast as there is no traffic. I estimate a ten minutes drive at most.

“I’m Speedy.” She said.
That was the first name that came to her mind when she sighted an empty packet of speedy biscuit. You can’t blame her, to her i had no business knowing her real name.

Me: “Speedy? Which kind name be dat? Na AKA abi your real name?” I asked.
Saudy: Real name.
Me: You fine well well. I go like make we become friends.
She: Thanks.
After all my talking she didn’t say anything again (which kind girl be this one now?)

When we got to the nearest bus stop at her house, I gripped her palm and demanded for her phone number.

“But I don’t know you. I don’t give out my number like that to strangers” she said to me
“Na why I dey ask for your number so I go know you. I wan make we become close friends. You sef no even ask me my name.”
She pretended not to hear me.
As she made to alight from the vehicle, i pulled her back and angrily said, “Digestive abi wetin you call yourself wey my N150?”

Her surprise at the new turn of events had her speaking pidgin this time.
“Oga but you talk sey you go carry me for free.” .
“Oh, so you don enjoy my motor but to give me your number dey hard you.”
She took out the N1000 and flung it at me.
I ransacked my pockets for change. When I couldn’t come up with her balance, I went out of the car, looked around for what could benefit me i didn’t see anything so i bought N150 worth of shabba leather (Nylon) from a roadside hawker and shoved her balance into her palm.

“Yeye girl! You think say na only you sabi osho free. Fine you no even fine.” see her Nyash like Obangede road bumps.

Abeg na joke i dey oh….

Abeg make una help me wish the stubborn girl a sounding happy birthday, Inya!!! Happy birthday more of it in good health long life and prosperity…. Hooray!!!!!!!

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Music: Jahffaru – One Blow (#Okene2Lagos)

Jahffaru is here with an amazing track he titled One Blow (#Okene2Lagos) a must listen to song. One Blow Which Feature rich lyrics and good sounds as produced by GoddyKeys the number one producer in Ebiraland….

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Music + Video: Diyo Ozi Niger – Ayengwu (Ebira Traditional Music)

Late Diyo Ozi Niger

This song was the first Ebira traditional song to be posted on Ebiraland Media. Late Diyo Ozi Niger is one of the most popular traditional Ebira musician Ebira People ever had, Diyo’s own type of Music is so different that, the likes of Yunique and Hajj wants to follow his path, to some people Diyo can be tagged as Ebira Peoples late Fela Anikulapo Kuti in terms of freedom fighting and types of song lyrics. This was his last album. Wtach The Video Below and Download Below

Diyo Ozi Niger Anyengwu Official Music Video

Diyo Ozi Niger Anyengwu Audio Music

Download for free Diyo (Ozi Niger) music below and don’t forget to share with your friends after downloading.

Note: This song is a traditional music so its different from Afro Pops, its a large file thats upto 17MB

Download Anyengwu by Diyo Ozi Niger

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Name of Months and Days of the Week in Ebira Language

In this article you will learn the name of Months in Ebira Language, not only that oh you will also learn the days of the week all in Ebira Language and the direct meaning (what they stand for in English Language).

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SUPREME COURT VICTORY: Engr. ADEIZA YAQUB JUBILATES, TAKES CELEBRATION TO ORPHANAGE HOME.

Engr. ADEIZA YAQUB

A stalwart of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and aspirant for Okehi Local government chairmanship, Engr. Ismail Adeiza Yaqub has expressed great joy following the Supreme Court judgement affirming Governor Yahaya Bello as the winner of November 16th gubernatorial election.

Engr. Adeiza’s celebration knew no bound as he Visited God’s Gift Orphanage home with his staffs and friends where he made charitable donation of #250,000 and food stuffs to the welfare of the children and described the apex court’s judgement as an affirmation and reflection of the popular will of all kogites who unreservedly voted in Gov. Bello for second term.

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In his own very words, he said to his audience “I am so happy today because God has put mischievous people to shame and had put them to silence. Whom God has enthroned, no man can dethrone. Today’s Judgement confirms that the Judiciary can be trusted to deliver fair and truthful judgements because the election petition tribunal had earlier affirmed Bello the winner, the appeal court confirmed it, and now the Supreme court has reaffirmed it.

INEC’s record shows that Yahaya Bello won the election by a very wide margin and we had expected that because the majority of all Kogites voted for Yahaya Bello. Therefore, today’s judgement is an affirmation of popular will. So I Congratulate our Governor, Alhaji Adoza Bello.”

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Engr. Adeiza also assure the management of the orphanage home on his commitment to continuously support them, and ensure all-round development in Okehi L.G.A if elected. He further advice opposition parties and mischievous people to desist from all forms of slander, character assassination and nefarious acts which will cause dissidence and compound societal problems.

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He finally stressed the importance of opposition parties to cooperate with the Governor and to ceaselessly pray for him to achieve all he intends to do and to set Kogi State on the trajectory of progress.

©Engr. Ismail Adeiza
Okehi LG. APC Chairmanship Aspirant.

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Origin Of Clans In Ebiraland

Clans In Ebiraland: About 1680 AD, Ebira People (along with the Idoma and Igala) migrated out of Wukari, a chieftaincy dispute started, the Ebira later split into various groups and settled in different locations between 1680 and 1750 AD.

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Ebira Music: Yunique – Omotena

Yunique Omotena

Yunique – Omotena – Yunique Ozi Ori released a brand new single he titled Omotena a love song everyone needed in their playlist.

This is Yunique Ozi Ori Latest Song.

Notable Lyrics in Yunique – Omotena

Download Yunique – Omotena mp3

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