In Yoruba Land, greeting is one of the most important part of our culture; hence a real Yoruba person would literarily frown at anyone that doesn’t know how to greet aright. There are many traditional and modern professions in Yoruba land and each include the way they are properly saluted. Profession such as Blacksmith, Drivers, Hunters, Farmers are greeted in a special way and attract special responses too. Also, classified dignitaries such as Kings, Chiefs, Priests are also saluted in a special way when met.
Greetings in Yoruba Land
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