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Iseyin: Nigeria’s home of Aso Oke

By Guardian Exclusive
07 November 2019   |   4:03 pm
Cloth weaving also known as Aso-Oke started centuries ago amongst the Yoruba’s but predominantly amongst the Iseyin’s from Oyo-State and partly from some southwest Nigerian part. GuardianTV took a look at the cloth weaving business from its root.

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