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Days in Deloo

There are six days comprising a week in Deloo, which rotate backwards in line with Kpebunwee, when aligned with the seven days (of a week) in the Gregorian Calendar. Kpenbunwee is the day set aside by Deloose (people of Deloo) to worship their tribal deity, Kpebu at Bontibor. Coincidentally, Kpassa market day also falls on […]

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Delo Names

Delo Names 1. Amordela 2. Mandela 3. Dabenan 4. Tedeyo 5. Fanekɛ 6. Dakide 7. Menaayaa 8. Okpue na man 9. Dokakyen 10. Daayaana 11. Ɔkɛman 12. Dzondela 13. Amortidela 14. Ɔyeafaman 15. Edeesina 16. Esena 17. Besena 18. Nsena 19. Ɔsena 20. Nyansena 21. Baalebu 22. Walandei 23. Manyaana 24. Banyaana 25. Gyaewalan 26.

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The Days and months in Deloo language

Days in Deloo Kpebunwee Detɛɛgyane Deborawee Kedeesawee Weekum Farawee These are the days in Deloo language. They are six. We do not have 7 days in Deloo. They rotate in line with Kpasa market day. Months in Deloo Boalaŋkekpa…….January Awaŋkyaŋ……….February Sɔɔgyane……….March. Sɔɔgyanenɔɔte…April Okyororo……May. Kyaŋmaŋbu……….June. Obansankemaasa..July Obansadinaa…… August. Ɔborɔndɔ…..September. Oparadaa….. October. Sukutiiŋale……November Pɛnoma……December

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Deloo Culture

The Deloo religion is a combination of spiritual and supernatural powers. They are of the opinion that plants, animals, and trees have souls. They also believe in fairies, witchcraft, and forest monsters. There are diverse religious beliefs involving ancestors, highest shrine Kpebu, gods (bɛɛ̃niŋ), or abosom, and ‘Wurubuare’, the Supreme Being of Deloose

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