Yorùbá: Dàndógó kọjá à á binu dá?
English: Dàndógó* surpasses what can be acquired in annoyance.
Usage: This proverb is used to explain the fact that great exploits are not attained easily. That successes do not come cheaply, but requires efforts.
*a type of Yoruba large male garment
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