Ile-Ife, the city of the survivors where the dawn of the day was first experienced, Head of the whole universe, the land of the most ancient days. The history of Ile-Ife is wrapped in a thick fog of myths and mythologies. In about the late ninth century, there were majorly thirteen established settlements in “Elu” … More EMERGENCE OF ODUDUWA AS THE SUPREME HIGH PRIEST IN ELU
The founder of the Ado kingdom was a prince of Ile-ife named Awamaro(the restless one) and Ewi (the speaker). He is said to have left Ile-ife with his elder brother Oranmiyan and gone to Ita Orogun and Benin with him after staying briefly with Oloba in Oba-Ile, Akure. Oba of Benin and the Ewi of … More The Brief History of Ado-Ekiti
The institution of Oba monarchy in Akure was established by Asodeboyede also known as ‘Ajapada’. Ajapada was reported to be the son of Ekun. Ekun was also known to be one of the several sons of Oduduwa. Oduduwa was reported to have also named Asodeboyede ‘Omoremilekun’ after Ekun had died during the pregnancy of Asodeboyede. … More Akure “Obaship” Series
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Akinrere, the founder of Ikire, his son, Olaberinjo and grandson, Kujemilayo were elephant hunters
One has been following the debate on the Ife/Benin connection that ensued as a result of the confusion brought about by the controversial “assertion” by the Omon’Oba Erediauwa, that Oduduwa was a Benin prince named Ekaladerhan who escaped being sacrificed by his people. This generated confusion raised the need to confirm what one had known … More IFE/BENIN CONNECTION: THE RELEVANCE OF DATING AND THE BURDEN OF SMALLNESS
Traditional rites for coronation of Attah-Igala commences http://t.co/MEDb4w135I
I recommend the biography of HRM Oba Adedoyin the Owa Ale of Ikareland. it is a 206 paged book titled “Adimula Ti Ikare” it is quite revealing. please grab a copy.
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Ọyọ́ Aláàfin òjò pa ṣẹ̀kẹ̀rẹ̀ ọmọ Àtìbà. Ẹ̀sọ̀ pẹ̀lẹ́ o.
Oye ka ni fura bi aban sin ale eni lo
OGUN LAKAIYE ỌSIN IMỌLẸ OGUN ALADA MÉJÌ OFI OKAN SANKO OFI OKAN YENA ỌJỌ OGUN NTI ORI OKE NBỌ AṢỌ INA LỌ MU BORA ẸWU ẸJẸ LOWO OGUN ONILE OWO ỌLỌ NA ỌLA OGUN ONILE KONGUN KONGUN ỌRUN OPỌN OMI SI ILE FI ẸJẸ WẸ OGUN AWỌN LE IJU EGBE LEHIN ỌMỌ KAN OGUN MÈJÈ … More Oriki Ogun
Sources at her family compound in Idi- Arere area of Ibadan and her Bodija residence, said she died in the early hours of this morning, today the 8th of December, 2018. As Iyalode, she is the representative of women in the Olubadan-in-council which has 11 members ( the Olubadan as the head and 10 other … More Iyalode of Ibadan, Alhaja Aminat Abiodun, is dead.
His Highness, Oba Obateru Akinruntan, Olugbo of Ugboland Oranfe is the god of lightning and thunder sent by Eledumare to the universe. (He had) his primary abode at Oke-Ora as a god and had his house built of fire both in heaven and his earthly abode on Ora hill (Oke-Ora) in Ile-Ife then known as … More The Brief History of Olugbo lineage: Obamakin Osangangan
Ile-Ife according to Yoruba belief is the earthly origin and fountain of all. Yoruba is a pre historic race. Ife traditional history maintains that from Ife scattered the various species of mankind. \n\nYoruba history tells that the personage Oduduwa migrated to Ile-Ife where he reigned and held sway, established the Yoruba dynasty, and Oduduwa could … More Yoruba from The Early Period
Princess Adetutu Adesida- Dike the Regent of Akure Regency, a practice, whereby a princess is allowed to occupy the throne until a substantive king is installed, is presently practiced in some states in yorubaland. In yoruba tradition, regency is designed to honor the first daughter of every Oba/king/High chief who died on the throne. However, … More Regency in Yorubaland
Ua Lila, Ua Ogoga, Ua Ibura, Ua Oriole, Ua Ojukoto, Ua Agbeto, and twelve other courtyards make up the cultural magnificence that is the old palace of the Deji of Akure. Still standing despite being constructed more than 850 years ago. . The old palace of the Paramount Ruler of Akureland, the Deji of Akure, … More Deji of Akure’s 850-yr-old palace
35-year-old Ifa priest, Owolabi Aworeni has emerged new Araba Agbaye and got the approval of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Eniitan Ogunwusi. The new Araba Agbaye learnt the rope from his father right from childhood and showed traits of making it to the apex of the priesthood with his many exploits that earned him accolade … More Araba Agbaye
Olofin Aremitan the younger brother of Olofin Oduduwa led a group of people from Ile Ife after the demise of Oduduwa owing to the ensuing power struggle with the heirs to the throne of Oduduwa. On the death of Oduduwa, Olofin Aremitan left Ile Ife with a group of people and settled first at Ijama … More The Brief History of Idanre