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Haha,this is crazy na, olodo kwa,asin iti bolibo lol
Lmfao..... I'm literally rolling on the floor WTF???? ~glo rule your world~ cos I do•
Funny I knew this school bak then in ib. My ibadan pple dem to funny ooo
Lols.... School for olodos.. They will turn olodo to brilliant professor.... In between I know that olodo means something other than the normal olodo we know...
Linda dats my area in ibadan, it is not olodo(dullar) it is olodo...re mi mi(owner of a mortal)....
it no Olodo but olodo the mortar bearer or mortar seller. taker note
it is not olodo but olodo- mortar bearer or mortar seller- take note
It called o lo do nt olodo
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Olodo might be the name of a community.
Lol...I pity 4 d parents wey go send dem children der
The name of the community is OLODO - 're mi mi' and not olodo as in"a dullard". I did my External WAEC in this school many years ago and made it. The people of this community in Ibadan are very accommodating and largely hunters. After my exams I stayed back to enjoy the village life, I ate many bush animals and went hunting with some of the hunters.
Its actually not what you guys think . OLODO (re mi mi) its a name of an area in ibadan meaning "someone that has mortal" and not "someone that doesnt know book" as you guys are insinuating.
Lol...dt skul doesnt mean child cnt knw anything if a child go there...it depend on dt child seriousness
Olodo is a community in Ibadan and not pronounced as 'olodo' u are thinking. O ga o!
Olodo as for mortar, not Olodo as for dullard. LOL
It's not pronounced olodo=dullard, it's pronunciation is different
It a name of a community wit different prounciation.....
Its the name of a community in Ibadan, actually it does not mean what it seems to you, Yoruba make use of signs on their words (Do\ Re_ Mi/)which makes same words to have different sounds and meanings. the OLODO hare means Oni odo ( the one who has a mortar)as we have it in Oni opa that transforms to olopa, so the oda Olodo means The one who scores Zero and thats not what they meant here. the former Olodo is what they meant which means one who has a mortar.
this is a yoruba word olodo (one with the mortar) not olodo (empty head). The school is on the outskirts of ibadan i think.
Peeps it is not the literal meaning of olodo dullard but oni Odo shorten as Olodo ( mortal owner).
hmm-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds
RE MI MI - O LO DO
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