THE PAPER IS MOTIVATED by the need to investigate how much of the traditional religion is left with the access gained by Islam, Christianity, and modern trends into the traditional religious situation in Africa.It is to be noted and appreciated here that despite the devastating effects of Islam and Christianity on the autochthonous religion of the Yoruba, the religion continues to hold its own and is regarded in modern Nigeria as one of the three major religions in the country.It is in this connection
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Publication information: Book title: African Traditional Religions in Contemporary Society. Contributors: Jacob K. Olupona - Editor. Publisher: Paragon House. Place of publication: St. Paul, MN. Publication year: 1991. Page number: 51.
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