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Ide Were Were is a song to the goddess Ochun, the goddess of intimacy, love, beauty, wealth, and the Mother of the African sweet or fresh waters.
In her form as the mother of salt waters, the goddess is known as Yemaya.
Moreover, according to the Yoruba elders, Goddess Oshun is the “unseen mother present at every gathering” because She is the Yoruba understanding of the cosmological forces of attraction, moisture, and water.
The Yoruba people are an African ethnic group that occupies southwestern Nigeria and Benin.