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Why Ewes Replace Lost Twins With Wooden Sculptures

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Why Ewes Replace Lost Twins With Wooden Sculptures

It is very common to find in a topical Ewe home, wooden sculptures or artworks in the form of a human.
It’s mostly found in homes were a twin or both twins are deceased.

These wooden sculptures are called “Togosu” where others too call it “Venovi.”

It is believed that, a deceased twin or twins still lives on. These sculptures are made as a token in representing them.

Every basic need of man is performed for it. With the likes of bathing, using a pomade and powder on it. It is also fed three square meals, with its clothes being changed as and when.

The wooden sculpture can be a male or a female, depending on the sex of the deceased twin or twins.


It is still performed in this dispensation.

Author: kwameDoh

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