Every Refugee has a story to tell. Join us and let us know your own side of the story and let your story help another refugee. You are invited to the “MY LIFE MY STORY” event to share your story as a refugee, your experience, your journey to Germany and your integration into the German…Details
Education costs continue to increase for the students and parents all over the world. Specifically, the high prices of textbooks create a significant financial burden on society, prohibiting many students from reaching their full academic potential. With the huge economic crisis affecting the world today and the inflation of textbooks representing the major portion of…Details
Early Oroko history is hard to find in written sources and so relies mostly on oral historical accounts that have been handed down from generation to generation. While many Oroko do not claim their origins to a common ancestor, most Oroko trace their ancestry to a man named Ngoe,[circular reference] son of Nebongo (or Nambongo…Details
Very few Oroko communities are urban or semi-urban. Hence, the majority of Oroko people live in rural areas with usually large villages of over 3000 people. So much of Oroko culture is shared with the ethnic groups that surround them. The Oroko claim to have founded the Ekpe secret society, a type of masonic organization…Details
The Oroko speak the Oroko language, a Narrow Bantu language which appears in Zone A.10 of Guthrie’s classification.The Oroko language is a dialect cluster comprising nine dialects, namely: Londo, Lolue, Lokoko, Lotanga, Lokundu, Lokombe (Ekombe), Longolo, Loma (Bima), and Lombongi (Mbonge). Some linguists have treated these dialects as separate languages.