Home Training in Yoruba land

The fact that each society decides what is moral or immoral does not rule out the fact that there are universal morals. 


These include; respect for elders, hard work, truthfulness,shunning acts like murder, stealing and incest.




The Yorùbá people cherish good morals and do not compromise it for any other thing. 



They believe that the untrained child will eventually sell the house one builds. 



An aspect of this kind of training is referred to as èkó-ilé (home training).




A child, from infancy, is taught the language used for greeting, respect for elders. 




He learn about myths and taboos, from where he brings out different moral lessons. Akínjógbin.

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