|running up the hill|
|the Oba of Iragbiji|
|three sets of Yoruba drums|
Tradition is therefore expressed and remembered as a combination of those three elements.
The masquerade, where a Egungun (ancestor spirit) is dancing to the tune of the drums or rather conversing with the drums is one example of it.
|the Egungun interacting with the talking-drum player|
His twenty four wives (if I recall well) danced and sung for us to the sound of the drums. A lady was in charge of singing the praise of the Oba.
|Chief Muraina Oyelami|
|Iragbiji's main street|