Learning the Urhobo Language is great fun and very important for sustaining our traditions and cultures. This is our 100 Daily Use Urhobo words series, presenting commonly used words English meaning and common usage in Urhobo
Every Urhobo name given to a child has a meaning attached to it. Urhobo people believe that a child lives up to the likeness or meaning of the name that she or he bears
UKERI means ‘counting’ in the Urhobo language The Urhobo numbering system can count up to one billion and more, like it is done in other languages.
Urhobo language is both complex and beautiful. There are thirty six (36) alphabets; 7 vowels; 18 Consonants; 10 Compound Consonants and 1 Complex Consonant.
On February 23rd, 2008 Olorogun Felix Ibru, then President-General of the Urhobo Progress Union gave an outstanding address to the Urhobo
By Esther Akpovi We celebrate the life of Hon Justice J O Akpovi, founding father and Pioneer Chairman UPU United
In 1965, the Urhobo Progress Union signed a new constitution into effect. The constitution was signed on behalf of the
Urhobo Progress Union was incorporated in 1946, we are proud of its 74 years history as the apex Urhobo organisation