In this age of cultural awareness, it has become imperative to identify one's self with his culture as well as his spoken dialect. This is necessary especially in a volatile country like Nigeria where the majority ethnic groups are preponderant over their minority counterparts and in so doing, reducing these groups to mere irrelevance. The persuasive inference one can draw from this, therefore, is that if these ethnic languages are left unused or sparsely used, they will fizzle out in the near future - and we will be worse for it. Waghiaghaz'Edo in this respect, is a useful guide to learning the Edo, one of the minority tribal languages in Nigeria. It introduces readers to its alphabets, consonants as well as its pronunciation. In fact, call it a succinct appraisal of the cultural as well as ancestral heritage of the Edo people and you are not far from it. Osazuwa Omede has produced a captivating work for his ethnic Edo tribe so much so that when you flip its first pages, you are spellbound to read it through to the end.