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► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r Remember when our Benin Republic presenter, Harrison, asked Nigerians in Benin what they think about the Beninese? Well the tables have turned. This time Harrison took to the streets to find out... What the Béninoise think about the Nigerians based in their country. “What do you think about Nigerian’s over here in Benin Republic?” Harrison put the question to the public and here is what they had to say... “Most of the Nigerians wey dey Benin are wicked... inside business Nigerians they dey disappoint...Policeman no dey stop anybody for checkpoint before but because of this,immigration dey for border, immigration dey for Badagry, immigration dey for Bagi, na this kind thing wey dey happen to Beninese in Nigeria...na so we sef go ...
It would be recalled that in 1996 the government of Benin decreed that Voodoo was an official religion practiced by over 10 million residents in the country. For most Beninese, Voodoo is an integral part of everyday life. Ouidah is the spiritual capital of Voodoo and was once a major slave trading post of the west African country. On January 10 every year, the festival takes place on the beach. Thousand of believers gather in Ouidah, the historical centre of the religion to receive blessings from the Voodoo chief. The ceremony is one of Benin’s most colourful and spectacular event.
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In December 2012, while in the Peace Corps, my friends and I traveled to Ouidah, Benin. We participated in a voodoo ceremony. This is (mostly) uncut footage from the ceremony. Videography: Jake McCommons, Johanna Twiford and Austin C. Pruett
► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r Nigerians like to shop. No matter where we are in the world, Nigerians always find a market. Whether it is tomato, pepper, onions and crayfish or material, slippers and buckets, we like to price and buy. We are not the only ones that enjoy market day though. The people of Benin Republic do too. Harrison Hamson, our presenter in Benin, took a tour of the largest market in Benin, Missebo Second Hand Market... Missebo is huge! It's like a community, not a market. There's nothing you can't find there which is why many Nigerian's no matter where they are based, flock to Missebo to stock up on all the latest goods. Harrison bought food, clothes, caps, a dress for his sister...you can even buy curtains there! Would YOU shop at Missebo? W...
In Voodoo, food is one of the many offerings ceremoniously given to the Lwa (Spirits) and is usually shared afterward as a communal meal. In a meat-eating society, animals are food. In small-scale cultures, people slaughter animals at home rather than buying meat at the grocery store. Animal sacrifice is not about a morbid fascination with death of an animal; it is the offering of life-giving energy in the preparation of sacred food. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
April 11, 2018: In this PDEL Innovation Workshop, Claire Adida, Jennifer Burney and Ganz Chockalingam presented a project from one such country — Benin, West Africa, where mobile money adoption rates remain low and a large rural population faces financial marginalization. They discussed the design and preliminary implementation of a digital school-fee payment system in Benin. This system, called Prêt-à-Payer (Ready-to-Pay), incorporates research on remittances and institutions in Benin into the design of the technology, and is meant to be an avenue for schools, students and school-fee payers to provide digital financial services more broadly. Sponsored by the GPS Policy Design and Evaluation Lab.
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People across West Africa, Especially Togo, Ghana and Nigeria hold similar beliefs but in Benin it is recognized as an official religion, followed by some 40% of the population. Voodoo day is a public holiday and there is a national museum. It has non of the negative connotations it has in the West and many of those who are officially Christian or Muslim also incorporate some Voodoo elements in their beliefs, especially in times ofcrisis
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