In African culture the market place is primarily used for one to do their marketing and trading. The market place is the exact location where buyers and sellers meet. People visit the market for many reasons other than to buy and sell goods. They provide a place to buy needs and sell produce, meet a significant other, settle a legal dispute, catch the latest news, or for religious activities.
The Trader's Bazaar African Market located within Oyotunji African Village is a 25 year old authentic African market operated by Village residents. Many hand carved wooden statues, beaded jewelry, books, cloth and traditional attire along with spiritual charms, soaps and other products adorn the shelves of this market.
New to the Trader's Bazaar African Market is the option for other ancilaary markets and/or products to be listed on our digital web-store. If interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ancestor Veneration booklet
Written by the Chief Alapini head of the Egungun igbale at Oyotunji Village. This brief but concise booklets is filled with A easy to understand method of ancestor veneration. Use this booklet to understand ancestors and how they play a role in our everyday life. Also Chief explains how to set up an ancestor veneration shrine for the remembrance of the ancestors.