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Joromi is a fashion term from Nigeria in West Africa. It can mean:
- the style of an embroidered blouse or jerkin (see )
- a style of high-life music popularised by Sir Victor Uwaifo
In the folklore of ancient Bini (Benin-City or Benin Empire), Joromi was a warrior (wrestler) who battled and defeated all possible rivals on earth. With no rivals on earth to engage in battle, he decided to battle with people from the Afterworld.
Defying warnings from the elders of the land he engaged in battle with a warrior from the Afterworld. He never returned to tell if he was victorious.
The story of Joromi became popular when renowned musician Sir Victor Uwaifo sang about Joromi.
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