The Akoko-Ikale: A brief anthropology

The Akoko-Ikale constitutes a significant part of the Ikale sub-ethnic group in southeastern Yorubaland. However, as far as Yoruba historiography is concerned, the Akoko-Ikale and indeed the larger Ikale nation have suffered from neglect because they remain one of the least researched groups in Yorubaland. As a result of the dearth of serious academic works […]

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THE FOUNDING OF ILUTITUN IN 1920

There were two major causes why discussion started throughout the scattered Osooro villages from 1916 to come together in one place of abode. Firstly, after Ikuyinminu had been made Oloja by almost the entire Osooro people and Bamido, his rival, was disappointed and other Osooro elders. It was said that Negwo, his son, was the […]

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