Welcome to my Able Mabel Channel. I hope you enjoy this video on ESAN UNIQUE GREETINGS and the History behind some of the Greetings. This is Lesson 4 of my videos on the Introduction to Esan Language.
ESAN LANGUAGE HAS VERY UNIQUE GREETING STYLES. The interesting history behind the greetings discussed in this video were contributed by two of my brothers:
1) Mr Samuel Oseghale
2) Mr Vincent Oseghale
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The Esan Music used in this video is by:
Ehi Charles and Glory O. Akhemokhan and Group.
The title of the song: Jesu khonlenime