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The Ijebu of western Nigeria

The Ijebu of western Nigeria

a historical and socio-cultural study

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Published by College Press and Publishers in Ibadan [Nigeria] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Ijebu (African people),
    • Ethnology -- Nigeria.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by O.O. Olubomehin.
      ContributionsOlubomehin, O. O.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.45.I347 L54 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 116 p. :
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3622619M
      ISBN 109782194123
      LC Control Number2002403691
      OCLC/WorldCa50705703

      Plot 3, Dipo Dina International Stadium, Ijebu Ode, OGUN STATE, , NigeriaLocation: Plot 3, Ijebu Ode, OGUN STATE The Ijebu people occupy six local governments areas in Ogun State, namely. Ijebu-Ode, Ijebu-North, Ijebu-North East, Ijebu-East, Odogbolu, and Ijebu waterside. The towns under these local government areas come under the over-lordship of Awujale (the paramount ruler of Ijebuland and Ijebu-Ode is the capital city of Ijebuland.

      British-Ijebu War of (Battle Of Imagbon) The final battle by which Ijebu fell took place on 19 May at the village of Imagbon. This short war claimed the lives of up to a thousand Ijebu. The festival is often sponsored by the incumbent Awujale, the people of Ijebu-Ode, individuals and corporate organizations. Adetoun Sote wrote a book on the Ojude Oba Festival of Ijebu ode in the western part of Nigeria. The first book to be written on this festival. [ citation needed ].

      Ijebu-Ode is a Local Government Area and city located in South-West Nigeria, close to the A highway. The city is located km by road north-east of Lagos; it is within km of the Atlantic Ocean in the eastern part of Ogun State and possesses a warm tropical climate. View deals for Spring Hill Hotel. Near Federal Science and Technical College. WiFi and parking are free, and this hotel also features an outdoor pool. All rooms have flat-screen TVs and rainfall on: 8/10, Fehintola Babatope Close, Ijebu-Ijesha Road.


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The Ijebu of western Nigeria Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ijebu (also known as Jebu or Geebu [1]) was a Yoruba kingdom in pre-colonial formed around the fifteenth century. According to legend, its ruling dynasty was founded by Obanta of rs today have also identified the influence of the Benin Empire in the court art and ritual of the Ijebu.

The Ijebu of western Nigeria: a historical and socio-cultural study. [O O Olubomehin;] social phenomena among the Ijebu in the nineteenth century / Wale Salami --The development of gari production among the Ijebu of south-western Nigeria to c.

/ O.B.A. Okuseinde --The development of road transportation and its impact on Remo. Themes in the history of the Ijebu and Remo of Western Nigeria / edited by O.O.

Olubomehin. Format Book Published Ibadan: Bamon Publishing Company, Description xiii, p.: ill. ; 22 cm. Other contributors Olubomehin, O. (Oladipo O.) Notes Includes bibliographical references and.

IJEBU KINGDOM - BRIEF HISTORY The Ijebu people inhabit the South-central part of Yorubaland The Ijebu of western Nigeria book western Nigeria. They are bounded in the North by Ibadan, in the East by the Ilaje and Ondo people and the west by Egbaland.

The southernmost borders of Ijebuland are defined by the lagoon waters of Epe, Ejinrin, Ikorodu, and Ogun Waterside. Ijebu is the only tribe in Nigeria that has its origin from bible days.

According to the Biblical account; the Jebusites were a Canaanite tribe who inhabited and build Jerusalem prior to its conquest by king David. Themes in the History of the Ijebu and Remo of Western Nigeria. Table of content Contents Chapter One The Recruitment and Marketing of Slaves in Ijebu, c.

- 1 Chapter Two The Yoruba Literary Activities of the Ijebu People during the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. 37 Chapter Three Bilikisu Sungbo. Ijebu (also known as Jebu or Geebu) was a Yoruba kingdom in pre-colonial Nigeria. It was formed around the fifteenth century.

According to legend, its ruling dynasty was founded by Obanta of Ile-Ife. Its contemporary successor is one of the country's traditional states. In an interview with in his palace at Ijebu Ode, the monarch, when reminded of his claim in that the Ijebus are from Waddai in Sudan, said every tribe in the country migrated from somewhere.

Says Oba Adetona: “Let me tell you, there are ways of settlements, even before Oduduwa came to Ile-Ife, Ife was already in existence. Ijebu History Missionary is shown in this German book of as enjoying his journey through the previously inaccessible Ijebu route from Lagos to the interior.

Trouble that brewed from dissatisfied Ijebu elements led to the war of in which Ijebu was annexed by the colony. Planning a trip to Ijebu-Jesa. Build a plan using Ijebu-Jesa trip planner and get the right plan for your holiday.

/ Nigeria / Osun State / Ijebu-Jesa. Ijebu-Jesa. Waterfalls. You can plan Nigeria trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary. more less. Some Amazing Facts About Ijebu People. Ijebu people were the first to settle in Lagos and Ibadan.

Ijebu people were the first people to have had contact with the Europeans in the 14th century. In addition, Ijebu people were the first to be educated through Western education.

Ijebu is the largest Ethnic group in Nigeria. Time itself has taken care of these legends as the various groups of people in Western Nigeria have come to accept a common Nationality as Yoruba, be they Ekiti, Ijesha, Egba, Ondo, Ijebu, etc.

Even among the Ijebus, there are conflicting claims to the source of origin depending on the political intention of those concerned.

The very first higher institution in Nigeria, the Hope Waddell Training Institute, Calabar, was established in Factors contributing to the spread.

Western education spread fast across Nigeria, thanks to the political power of the western world. They equally influenced the process using economic power. Ijebu Ode Western Union Agent Locations Visit a Western Union® agent location near Ijebu Ode, Nigeria to send or receive money fast.

Western Union® is a quick and reliable way to send or receive money in worldwide locations such as supermarkets, check cashers, and convenience stores. [size=18pt]THE IJEBU[/size] The Ijebu speak a dialect of the Yoruba and are found in large concentration in [size=14pt]Epe, Ikorodu and Ibeju-Lekki[/size], apart from those who have long settled in Lagos Island especially in the area of [size=14pt]Idumagbo and Ebute Ero.[/size] Traditions of the origin of the group link them with Ijebu-Ode and Iremo quarters in Ile-Ife.

The first Ijebu migration he said was led by a man named Olu-iwa, accompanied by two warriors Ajebu and Olode. Odukoya () says although no living historian knows the meaning of Ijebu, being an ancient term, we all do know what it is not.

Odukoya says this because Johnson () in allusion to Ijebu history in his book. Ijebu-Ode, town, Ogun state, southwestern Nigeria. It is situated along the highway between Shagamu and Benin City. Ijebu-Ode was by the 16th century established as the chief town of the Ijebu people (a subdivision of the Yoruba).

As the seat of the awujale, the Ijebu political and spiritual ruler. It is approximately a minute drive north of Ijebu Ode.

Ijebu Igbo, also written as Ijebu-Igbo, is the headquarters of Ijebu North Local Government Authority of Ogun State, Nigeria.

The town's primary economic activities are timber, cocoa, exploitation of mineral resources and it is home to many saw mills and also a developed quarry.

About The Book Sculptural woodcarving remains the main traditional art form among the Yoruba, one of the largest ethnic groups primarily living in Western Nigeria.

Other art forms include beading, braiding, tattooing, clay and ceramic work, bronze casting, textiles. Nigeria; Ijebu Ode; Ijebu Ode, Nigeria have 10 agent Western Union money transfer agent location. All country.

InSibley ordered the engineers to develop a Western Union telegraph system of stock quotes in real time. Number of active holders of "Golden Card" of Western Union amounted to million people worldwide.Ogun, state, western Nigeria, created in and comprising former Abeokuta and Ijebu provinces of former Western state, the latter carved out of former Western region in Ogun is bounded by Oyo and Osun states to the north, Lagos state to the south, Ondo state to the east, and the Republic of Benin to the west.

It is covered predominantly by tropical rain forest and has wooded savanna.When The Guardian asked him about what the benefits of his books and findings could be to the Ijebu and Nigeria as a whole, Olasupo said: “It is going to bring enormous economic benefits in the area of tourism.

This Queen has her story narrated in the Quoran, in the Bible. So, Oke Eri is going to be a kind of Mecca or Jerusalem.