Talking about some of the indigenous way of life during our forefathers we cannot talk but say a lot of what about some of the ancient historical warriors who fought one battle or the other. I know each state or each town has it on warrior that serve as the powerful one that stand out when it was war time. In Yoruba land we have so many warrior that stood up in both male and female in person that fought for freedom in short.
This freedom was highly needed at that time to make their people move from one place to another and also get secured. There are times when will we sprout out after maybe kingship or ruler kingdom might have been imposed on a particular town or people. So this particular statue was made at about 42 ft tall when I was there to make more enquiry on this particular Moremi Ajasoro Statue. When I stood beside it it was far far taller than I am, which made it a very giant tall Statue.
When I got to this particular location in Ile Ife Osun State Nigeria where this particular Statue was erected. I saw so many people who were all young ladies on white garments they do not want to appear on the photography section but with the discussion I made with them after much appealing. They finally talked to me and we discussed so much where I was told that they were all virgins. If I'm not mistaken they were close to 50 young ladies surrounding the status praying and singing. I was so shocked but it was true. I saw them with my naked eyes.
The Moremi herself, was a very great warrior made a very good history which can never be forgotten by Yoruba land and most especially people of Ile-Ife town. Like I said earlier each town has its own warrior.
This is the Statue of Olori Olokun also in Ile-Ife Osun State Nigeria.