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All points in the green portion are Yoruba towns that historically constitute Yorubaland in West Africa. All fingers are not equal. (Yoruba proverb) There is a Yoruba proverb, “Ika ko dogba,” meaning the fingers are not equal. The saying is typical Yoruba, underscoring our ethos of uniqueness of the individual. Yoruba mythology posits that every individual on the eve of their birth picked out their “ori” which holds their unique destiny. No person can alter the course of an individual’s destiny which they uniquely selected by themselves. Ori means head, which of course houses the brain. Ifa, traditional Yoruba religion…