Yoruba is one of the largest ethnic group in Africa. It is located in the west part of Africa, within Nigeria. During the slavery, Yoruba territory was known as slave coast. According to Yoruba people, believe they were descended from a single ancestor named Oduduwa, and also believe that Oduduwa was the creator of this earth and there were sixteen deities – spirits with reflection of Gods – who followed him to the earth and created human beings. Yoruba religion mostly were Christians, Muslims and traditional followers of deities. In Yoruba Culture, greetings with smile is a part of daily routine. Yoruba’s greet their elders with a lot of respect. Boys prostrate to their elders to greet and girls greet by kneeling their one or two knees, depending on their tribe and tradition.