This is an interesting documentary of Osun Osogbo festival, inspiring to see a local festival presented in a positive light.
My favourite spot of Osun river is on the bridge, where one can see the river flowing effortlessly with no end in sight. I think it’s a wonderful thing to have this site preserved for generations. I have only visited The Grove outside of Osun Osogbo festival and each time I always thought only if we could respect all of our rivers like Osun, then there will be no more Omiyale (flooding).
I agree with Mrs Diedre Badejo on the calmness of Osun river. Here in 13 – 15
I find traditional religion interesting especially that it’s often about stories of ancestors. This is one of the reasons I don’t understand why anyone would get out of their way attacking one thing that celebrates the richness of shared language and culture as displayed in 38:09.