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Members of the Orisha faith head out to sea off Moruga Beach to perform rituals associated with the Olukun diety during The Orisha Shrine of Egbe Onisin Eledumare, Olukun Festival at Grand Chemin, Moruga, last Saturday. Olukun is an Orisha in Yoruba religion, associated with the sea and its characteristics are found and displayed in the depths of the ocean. The name means Owner (Olo) of Oceans (Okun). PHOTO: EDISON BOODOOSINGH
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