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Author:Balogun Ojetade [Ojetade, Balogun]

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9781979255516

Published: 2017-10-28T23:00:00+00:00

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The Beatdown by Balogun Ojetade

ROUND eight

Remi knelt in the middle of a circle of women, all dressed in brightly colored clothing. Among the members of the circle were Dee, Duna Jumai and nine of Remi’s students.

Kneeling beside Remi was an elderly woman dressed in a wrap skirt and blouse, both made of blue lace. Atop the woman’s head was a huge, intricately tied wrap that matched the rest of her outfit. In her hand was a calabash filled with water. The woman poured water onto the floor, chanting with each splash of liquid upon the concrete.

 

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Author:Balogun Ojetade [Ojetade, Balogun] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Balogun Ojetade [Ojetade, Balogun]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781979255516

Published: 2017-10-28T23:00:00+00:00
ROUND eight

Remi knelt in the middle of a circle of women, all dressed in brightly colored clothing. Among the members of the circle were Dee, Duna Jumai and nine of Remi’s students.

Kneeling beside Remi was an elderly woman dressed in a wrap skirt and blouse, both made of blue lace. Atop the woman’s head was a huge, intricately tied wrap that matched the rest of her outfit. In her hand was a calabash filled with water. The woman poured water onto the floor, chanting with each splash of liquid upon the concrete.

“We give praises to you, Baba Ogun;

Great and powerful Spirit of Iron and War;

Master of the Battlefield;

And Lord of the Sacred Vow.

We beseech you, Baba Ogun;

Do not drink the blood of your daughter, Remi,

But, drink the blood of her enemies.

We give praises to you Yeye Oya;

Great and Powerful Spirit of the Wind;

Mistress of Quick Change;

Warrior-Woman, who leads her husband, the great Oba Shango, into battle.

We beseech you Yeye Oya;

Change all of your daughter, Remi’s losses into wins;

Her failures into successes;

And her weaknesses into strengths.

We beseech all of you women-warrior ancestors…

The mighty Egungun.

Those who fought, killed, bled and died

With honor

With skill

And with obeisance to the Will of the Creator:

Eda…

Moremi…

The Mino Warriors…

The Iyami Osoronga…

Our Mothers of the Night and of the Battlefield,

Fight beside your daughter today!

Allow her to stand upon your shoulders

And to walk in your footsteps.

And with every blow she delivers,

Let her opponent feel your power within it!

Ase! Ase! Ase O!”

“Ase O,” Remi and the women in the circle replied in unison.

They all stood as one.

“Mo dupe, Yeye,” Remi said to the old woman, embracing her. “Thank you, Great Mother!”

“Ko tope, omo mi,” Yeye replied. “You’re welcome, my child.”

“Let’s line it up, sisters,” Duna Jumai said.

Remi stepped to the front of the line. The priestess stood behind her. Dee lined up next; then Duna; then each of Remi’s students. Yeye placed both hands upon Remi’s shoulders and each woman followed suit, laying her hands upon the shoulders of the woman before her.

The last woman in the queue shouted “Ogun Ye!” – “The Spirit of Iron and War Lives!” – signaling she was in position and they were ready to go.

“Ogun Ye, Mo Ye!” the women responded in unison – “Ogun Lives, so I live!”

Remi pounded on the greenroom door with her fist. “Ogun awon!” – “We are Ogun!”

Kundo, on the other side of it, snatched the door open and the women marched out as one, a powerful train, with Remi as the locomotive.

Kundo jogged a few paces behind the women, carrying the water, bucket and cut-bag.

Remi kept her fists under her chin as the line jogged down the ramp toward the ring.

When the line came into view, every woman – and several men – in the packed arena stood tall and chanted:

“I got a feelin’…

I got a feelin’, sisters…

I got a feelin’…

Somebody’s tryin’ to break this link,

But I hope he got a lifeboat when his ship sinks.”

The chanting continued as Remi submitted to inspection by Sek Sama, who ensured her clothing, nails and hair met The Beatdown’s safety compliances.

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