September 25, 2021

Ogwu Ekpeye

The Ogwu Ekpeye otherwise known as Ogwu Adaunwo is the new yam festival in the calendar of the Ekpeye Ethnic Nation, Rivers State which is located […]
July 20, 2021

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July 3, 2021

Language learning routine

Are you overwhelmed by how much there is to do when learning a language and you don’t really know where to start? Like you’re always starting […]
April 20, 2021

Telling Time

Good evening great people, my name is Olimini Godson I’m really excited to be part of this platform. Thank you Miss. Igwe Franca Umasoye for this […]
April 20, 2021

Parts of the Human Body in Ekpeye language

Head             ishî Hair              ụkaze, ụka!ze Forehead        àkpè Eye                 ekpeleni Nose               emî Ear                  ẹtệ                                                                 Tooth              izie Tongue           iɗhô Lip                  ụgbanụ Throat, Neck   ẹ̀kịɗhì ̣ Heart                ekpemà Mouth              […]
April 20, 2021

Parental Roles in Language Preservation

I don’t know about you…  But My father barely speaks Ekpeye with me, we communicate in ekpeye only when it’s a serious issue or when he’s […]
February 13, 2021

Ekpeye Proverbs (elu ekpeye)

Unu so leh ele, eweh dho li ikubhe, iye dho ni ikube bu uza. Meaning: the bird that hates the soil should not perch on an […]
February 10, 2021

Counting of Figures in Ekpeye Language

 1= Nwune 2= iboh 3= itoh 4= inoh 5= ise 6= isu 7=Isaboh it is better by saying ise li boh  which is 5 and 2 […]
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