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The peoples of Okunland

Ezekiel Bolaji Iyekolo

The peoples of Okunland

by Ezekiel Bolaji Iyekolo

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Published by Concept Publications Ltd. in Lagos, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yoruba (African people),
  • Okun (African people),
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-254) and index.

    StatementE. B. Iyekolo
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT515.45.Y67 I95 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 263 p. :
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25373853M
    ISBN 109789788065838
    LC Control Number2012428415

      Spread the loveTHE Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) Governorship Candidate ahead of the November 16 elections in Kogi State, Engr. Musa Wada and his running mate, Samuel Bamidele Aro has shunned the Obaro of Kabba as the campaign council deliberately refused to pay the usual homage to the traditional rulers in Kabba. According to our source, [ ]. Okun people will agree with that looking after looking through her publications on 'Okun Yorùbá'. Professor Ann completed her PhD at the Centre of West African Studies, University of Birmingham in and has written several books, chapters and articles on African history.

      During my formative years, Isanlu, like the rest of Okunland, was a bucolic world in which an unfinished modernity meshed seamlessly with a certain traditional world in retreat.   By Adewale Maja-Pearce Chief Simoyan, who died on 29 October , was born on 1 February in Egbe, Kogi State to Mr Angus Aremu and Madam Yeyeolu grew up on the farm and was home-tutored by his father until the age of 14, when he started his formal primary education at SIM Central School, Egbe.

    He said: “The good people of Okunland and indeed West Senatorial District have learnt from a bitter mistake of not taming and curbing that social deviant (Melaye) .   The senator representing Kogi West and Chairman Senate Committee on Aviation, Senator Smart Adeyemi CON has reinstated that a University in Okunland remain topmost oh his agenda, he made the declaration on Wednesday after an intense lobby on the floor of the Senate to ensure the bill is passed into law, the Senator who confided in a few constituency says efforts are on .


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In his rather erudite but aesthetic academic listing of Okun people, he suggested the following as those belonging to Okunland; Iyagba, Ijumu, Igbede, Owe, Abinu, Ikiri and Oworo. This particularly novel rendering of the names seems to have been an attempt at rejecting, ostensibly, a colonial orthography, and apparent angelicized spellings.

Ooni made this known when the Yeye Oge of Okunland, Chief Omoleye Aiyelabowo led other dignitaries from Okunland to Ooni’s palace in Ile-Ife. Aiyelabowo informed the monarch that she and her entourage chose to visit Ooni in a bid to strengthen the relationship between Okun people and her Ile-Ife heritage.

To the people of Okunland, Olayemi pledged that the youths will be empowered by giving students qualitative education and through adequate creation of Labour and wealth for them.

In line with the title of his book, ( Years of Christianity in Africa), Baur‟s work covers about two thousand years of the church‟s experience in the African continent. The contents of the book seem to be The peoples of Okunland book to a specific target audience, the members of the Catholic Church.

In fact, he reveals the main kernel of the book and. Governor Seyi Makinde (GSM) & Good People of Oyo State.

hasmembers. It is obvious that good people of Oyo state are pacesetter and intellectual. The peoples of Okunland. Lagos: Concept Publication. The book which is written in a pedagogical style is also an introductory text to linguistics as it deals basically with structure of human. Fishermen casting their nets The pre-colonial Ikot Abasi people also engaged in a wide range of economic activities, notably, agriculture, fishing, hunting, craft/industry and trade (see Physical Features and Natural Resources).Agriculture was particularly important in the area because of available fertile and excellent land for the cultivation of palm trees and food crops.

The news of the abortive recall process that would have suddenly signalled his exist from the Senate came to him on his hospital bed - not the best of places to pour libation to the gods of Okunland.

Our experience in Okunland with fulani herdsmen. The fulani herdsmen’s foray into Okunland can be traced back to many years. At the beginning, the fulani herdsmen reciprocated the peaceful, loving and accommodating nature of Okun people.

They were then known to carry only sticks, kettles and some personal belongings. She said she is particularly angered that the road plied by the people of Okunland “is worse than the condition it was before it was first constructed by the French construction company, Dumez.

Northern people my ass, and i will like to see that book made by northerners, for your information the place called kwara today was known as west central state not north before the stupid millitary named it kwara and push to northern zone, and it was never under any caliphate rule except ilorin, you said people of kwara are answering to the.

This chapter is comparative in the sense that it tries to situate Christianity within the religious plurality of Africa in order to determine its spread and the quality of its influence.

It is done. books. Koers 72(2) The peoples of Okunland. Lagos: Concept Publications. Economic justice for all: pastoral letter on Catholic social teaching and the. Jan. The good people of Okunland and indeed West Senatorial District have learnt from a bitter mistake of not taming and curbing that social deviant and.

It is quite common to celebrate Nigerians who are loud on noise but very shallow in sublime achievement.

The Nigerians who did groundbreaking work. Early life. Oyelude was born in Kano to James Adeleye Olude and Marthan Dantu of Isanlu from Kogi State, and was raised in Northern had her primary and secondary education between and in Kano.

[citation needed]Miss Nigeria. Miss Nigeria commenced in as a photo contest. This article narrates the paradoxical and ambivalent role of technology in the erosion and restoration of traditional life of the Owé people of Okun-Yoruba of Kogi State of Nigeria.

It starts with background information of the Owé people and the description of their traditional knowledge, based on their cultural practices and values. The second section demonstrates how modernization.

GENERAL ELECTION IN VIEW,FIXING THE MAN IS NOT DEBATABLE- Amupitan Babayomi Segun,Abuja. We have a very good oppurtunity to decide way forward for Okunland pursuants the coming general have a task and responsibility to undertake as electorates,to make sure we are eligible to our wards to National Assembly,my people,fix the man and way forward.

The leadership and service attainments of Chief Simoyan are legion. He was appointed Bashorun (Prime Minister) of Egbe in The other traditional titles bestowed on him were Omoba ni Ketu (Prince of Ketu, Benin Republic) and Gbokunniyi (up-lifter of the people) of Okunland.

The celebration was the first of its kind in Okunland and it has become an avenue to unite the people of the community. Ikupolati and Fayomi revealed in the statement that the laudable idea of “Iyara Day” is the flagship of such celebrations in Okunland and that it has become a reference point, which others have since emulated.

The people voted for someone and you go on live TV to brag that you erased the winner’s name with your own hand. It is this attitude, this acceptance and normalization of political disempowerment by our people, that we seek to erase in KickOut Siddon Look, starting with the elections, but we are also looking far beyond The final burrial rites of the late Obaro of Kabba and Chairman of the Okun Traditional Council will be concluded.

His other traditional titles are Omoba ni Ketu (Prince of Ketu, Benin Republic) and Gbokunniyi (uplifter of the people of Okunland). He had a brief stint in politics in as a .