The Brief History Of CHIEF BALOGUN LANDUJI OSHODI TAPA of Eko

Chief Balogun Landuji Oshodi Tapa was an outstanding warrior and a statesman. During the reign of King Eshilokun, he immigrated to Lagos from Bida in what is now known as the Niger State. This was after he had lost his parents in a tribal war when he was only six years old. He put himself … More The Brief History Of CHIEF BALOGUN LANDUJI OSHODI TAPA of Eko

Olowo of Owo Palace

Owo has the largest palace in Africa which was declared a national monument by the federal government. The Olowo Palace had as many as 100 courtyards on 180 acres of land approximately 8 percent of the land mass of Owo. Each courtyard had a specific function and was dedicated to a particular deity. The largest, … More Olowo of Owo Palace

Ooni of Ife Palace

The Ooni of Ife Palace serves as both the residence and the court of the traditional ruler of Ife, the birthplace of the Yoruba race. This stately palace lies in the ancient city of Ife. This was built. It is notable as the centre of Yoruba history and culture. Contains mythical objects and spots of … More Ooni of Ife Palace

The history of Elemo Chieftaincy in Akure. 

The Elemo Chieftaincy is one of the oldest, renowned and hallowed chieftaincy title in Akureland. It is the third in rank in the inner Cabinet of Oba of Akure known as the IWAREFA. Its all important position and eminent role within the Cabinet in particular, and Nay, the traditional council in general confirms the accepted … More The history of Elemo Chieftaincy in Akure.