Odun Omo Olowu

Odun Omo Olowu is the major annual festival observed by the Owu people. As its name suggests, it is an annual rallying event for all Owu citizens who are regarded as sons and daughters of the Olowu.

It is observed after the harvesting season which translates to the end of September or early in October of each year. By keen observation it is reckoned that the year’s yam harvest would still be available in the barns in the farms, yam being a major item in the menu for the festival.

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