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A comprehensive factual history of Ijebu Jesha

A. A. Esugbohungbe

A comprehensive factual history of Ijebu Jesha

by A. A. Esugbohungbe

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Published by Mike Polas Nigeria Enterprises in Shomolu, Lagos [Nigeria] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ijebu (Nigeria)
    • Subjects:
    • Ijebu (African people) -- History.,
    • Ijebu (African people) -- Social life and customs.,
    • Ijebu (Nigeria) -- History.,
    • Ijebu (Nigeria) -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby A.A. Esugbohungbe and M.E. Esugbohungbe.
      ContributionsEsugbohungbe, M. E., 1918-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.45.I347 E78 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination110 p. :
      Number of Pages110
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL468825M
      ISBN 109783080911
      LC Control Number98190703
      OCLC/WorldCa39327043

      How soon the Ijebu becoming Jebusites by the day! Well, as long as the people feel okay with it, it feels good. Albeit, when the true Yoruba history would be written, the historian of Africa should not buy into all form of temptation to fix origin for words at convenience, the old Platonic wisdom is telling, "things are not what they seems to be.". Dupe Olaosebikan is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Dupe Olaosebikan and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected.

      The Ijebu legend tracing their origin to Waddai must have brought the known rivalry between them and other Yoruba people. If, indeed, Lamurudu and Oduduwa de­scended from Omu, the younger brother of Olu-Iwa, there is some sense in the claim that the Ijebus are senior to other Yorubas and cannot, therefore, accept the junior position that put. Owa Obokun took 30 and Agigiri 20 and these 20 people followed him to Ijebu-Jesha. It is from this that we have the sating “Ijebu Ogun, Ijesha Ogbon, Ko si bi oti le ri ki Ogun pare mo ogbon lara”. This means literally that both Ilesha and Ijebu-Jesha are the same. It was at Ibokun too that the son of Ajaka was sent to go and settle Oshogbo.

      A + year history. A passion to remain united. Discover the. Ijebu of Yoruba land. The Ijebu people have been an integral part of Yorubaland since pre-colonial times. History has it that the Ijebu Kingdom was formed on the orders of the Oba of Benin in the 15th century after the Ijebu people had migrated to their current territory from Sudan. HISTORY The Ijebu people of the Yoruba tribe are precisely located in the south-western part of Nigeria, and flanked on the East by the Ilajes, bordered on the North by both Ibadan and Ondo; while the Egbas (another Yoruba group) constitute the western boundary. There are dissimilar versions that addresses the origin of the Ijebus; an issue probably fuelled by different storytellers’ motives.


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A Esugbohungbe. Get this from a library. A comprehensive factual history of Ijebu Jesha. [A A Esugbohungbe; M E Esugbohungbe] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for History: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A A Esugbohungbe; M E Esugbohungbe. Find more information about: ISBN: A comprehensive factual history of Ijebu Jesha.

Request This. Author Esugbohungbe, A. A comprehensive factual history of Ijebu Jesha / by A.A. Esugbohungbe and M.E. Esugbohungbe. Format Book Edition 2nd ed. Ijebu (African people)--History.

Ijebu (African people)--Social life and customs. Ijebu (Nigeria)--History. Ijebu (Nigeria. ijebu-jesha unions conference and the socio-economic development of ijebu-ijesha ijebu jesha unions conference and the socio economic development of ijebu ijesha table of contents chapter one introduction background of the study aims and objectives of the study scope of the study research methodology and problem Also the book discusses briefly the history of Ijebu-jesha and the founding of Ijebu-jesha and Local Government Administration in Ijebu-jesha.

Also some pictures are given from this book. Similarly, another work that needs to be mentioned in my research work is Esugbohungbe et al’s work “A Comprehensive Factual History of Ijebu-Jesha”. Ijebu-jesa is the capital of Oriade Local Government area in Osun State of Nigeria.

It is a commuter city with connections to Ekiti State on one side, Ondo State on another and it has a border with the famous Ilesa the surrounding towns area Iwoye-jesa, Iloko-jesa, Ere and Ijeda. This city also serves as the main route to the Osun State College of Technology in Esa-Oke.

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.

IJEBU KINGDOM - BRIEF HISTORY. The Ijebu people inhabit the South-central part of Yorubaland in 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 (also known as Jebu or Geebu) was a Yoruba kingdom in pre-colonial was formed around the fifteenth century. According to legend, its ruling dynasty was founded by Obanta of contemporary successor is one of the country's traditional states.

The Awujale is only partially right. Not all Ijebu people came from the same place. At least not the Remo.

It is even more son when we come closer to home. At the time the Awujale group arrived, Ijebu-ode was already in existence with many quarters. There were other kingdoms too. That is what the history books say. That is also what the. Ijebu Empire has always been (and still is) an organized and strong nation that was able to protect itself from harm.

The nation was divided into five parts: Ijebu-Igbo, Ijebu-Ife, Ijebu-Ososa, Ijebu-Ode and Ijebu-Remo. Now, it remains the largest ethnic group among all Yoruba people. If you are an aspirant of Interlink Polytechnic, Ijebu-Jesa and wants to know the complete list of courses offered in this Institution, you are in the right place as we have listed the updated and comprehensive list of courses you can study in Interlink Polytechnic, Ijebu-Jesa.

I do get some questions consigning the best course to study at Interlink Polytechnic, Ijebu-Jesa. » CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Ijebu jesha Unions’ Conference is the Umbrella Organization for all Social and Cultural Societies in Ijebu jesha.

An organization, according to the Oxford Dictionary means, a group of people who form a business, club etc, together in order to achieve a. The week-long annual Egboro Day festivities is usually an avenue employed by the Ijebu-Jesa Unions’ Conference (IJUC) to bring the youths together and annex their God-given talents in sports, arts Football Competition and Societies Information.

November 7, J   The Ijebu, the Yoruba and their influence on the Bible and Judaism – Reno One of the most fascinating aspects of the history of the Black Race is hidden in.

[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.

Book Published Ibadan: Heinemann Educational Books (Nigeria), Includes bibliographical references and index. Subject headings Ijebu (African people)--History. Ijebu (African people)--Politics and government.

Ijebu (African people)--Economic conditions. A comprehensive factual history of Ijebu Jesha. Esugbohungbe, A. DT Oluwafunke Oluwakemi Abrahams is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Oluwafunke Oluwakemi Abrahams and others you may know. Facebook gives people.

Ijebu Ode is a Local Government Area and city located in south-western 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.

of the ways that book history can illuminate larger historiographical ques-tions. If we reframe the question from “what is a Jewish book” to what can. 10 11 the jewish book: views & questions adam shear transition on Jewish culture exists.

For a survey of the existing studies on the early. is a platform for academics to share research papers.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. First people to manufacture gears of wars in the history of.Ijebu History, like those of many other preliterate Yoruba people, was not well documented, and different oral versions arose due to what one historian listed as political exigencies, conspiracy and the fear of domination.

Of these versions, three are preponderant.