Welcome to my Able Mabel Esan Language Channel. It's essential to learn other aspects of Esan rich cultural heritage alongside learning the Language. This "MINI-SERIES ON ESAN UNIQUE DANCE STEPS AND MUSIC | CELEBRATIONS IN ESAN RICH CULTURE" is to give a taster of how Festivals / Key Events are celebrated in Esan.
Some of these videos are from the Esan Mega Forum FB Group. As part of the goal of my Channel is to promote Esan Resources, Music, Cultural Heritage, etc.
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OTHER ESAN LANGUAGE RESOURCES:
1) Anthony Otaigbe's Izesan App: Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de
... iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/izesan-
2) Sir A. I. Odiagbe's Esan Language Books including Esan Dictionary, Esan Grammar, Audio Books, etc. are available at Esanmarket.net: www.esanmarket.net
Buy the hard copies in Nigeria at Wilson Bookshop, Equare - Ekpoma. And in Benin City, please contact phone number: 08023365383.
4) Esan numbers used in this Channel: ‘ESAN Numerals In Words, One To One Billion’ by A. I. Odiagbe: www.esanland.org
The Esan Music used in this video is by:
Ehi Charles and Glory O. Akhemokhan and Group.
The title of the song: Jesu khonlenime