ATUPA

AcronymDefinition
ATUPAAdolescent Tobacco Use Prevention Act
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Atupa olojumerindinlogun (16-point lamp stand) is a mysterious Yoruba lamp that is always lightened once in a year, as part of the activities for the commemoration of the yearly Osun Osogbo festival.
This is however not the end of the rites, the Ataoja added that, 'four days after which is the seventh day, we have the Iwopopo, the cleaning of the town with the atupa olojumerindinlogun, the name given to the ancient 16-point lamp that was collected by the great hunter Timehin from the spirits dwelling in the forest at the groove which they used to celebrate annually as tenants of Osun in the groove.
Once you are able to afford kerosene for your atupa once in a while, you are living within your means.
The hunter, who has become a hero among the villagers, said leaders of the six communities, including Alawo Ekun, Atupa, Ayinuola, Blessing, Ago Taylor and Nirowi, sought the help of local hunters to wade off the animals, following their frequent invasion of their communities, as many of the residents had been rendered homeless.