Osun Oshogbo Festival is a typical example of African culture at its best repeatedly emphasizing the rich cultural heritage and tourism potentials that can be found in Africa.

Furthermore its about a peoples belief and how their culture and tradition serves as a strong unifying factor. The Oshogbo festival is held usually at the end of every second quarter of each year with the osun river being the center of activity. The rituals involved is significant in the fact that it is a spiritual medium of cleansing the land and ridding it of bad omen and at the same time inviting good in form of fertility and bountiful harvest.

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