Month: November 2015

Yorùbá:  Ẹgbẹ ẹyẹ l’ẹyẹ nwọ tọ. English: Birds of the same feathers flock together. Usage:  To express the fact that people of like minds are comfortable being among themselves. Issues that relate to co-operation, teamwork, and teamspirit dominate discussions on…

Yorùbá:  Èniyàn kì í f’owó ra òyì, kó má kọ ọ l’ójú. English:  One does not buy giddiness with money, for it not to make  one dizzy. Usage:   This proverb is used to show that people want value for  money. …