Ijebu Ode


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Ijebu Ode

 

a city in southwestern Nigeria, in the Western State. Population (1963), 67, 100. Cocoa beans are gathered and processed. Other products include coconuts, kola nuts, and rubber. The city is a commercial center, producing palm oil and such handicrafts as metal carvings.

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Notably, roads already touched included Itokin-Ibefun-Ijebu Ode; Iperu-Ilisan; Sango-Ojodu Abiodun; Ilaro-Owode; Abeokuta-Sango-Ota-Lagos; Osi-Ota-Awolowo-Navy-Kola; Balogun Kuku and Ijebu Ode Road as well as the reconstruction of Opako Bridge in Adigbe, Abeokuta, among many other township roads.
Ijebu Ode is a Local Government Area and city located in south-western Nigeria, close to the A121 highway.
Despite the fact that the festival is celebrated two days after the Muslim festival of Id el Kabir, Christians and traditionalists unite to jointly celebrate Ojude Oba Festival during which Ijebu sons and daughters all over the world converge on Ijebu Ode to pay homage to the Paramount Ruler, Oba Dr.
I served in Benin, Ubiaja, Onitsha, Ilesa, Ijebu Ode, Calabar, Enugu, Kirikiri and Ikoyi.
The age groups and baloguns (traditional war lords) display their horse ridding dexterity to the admiration of commemorators, guests and friends who visit Ijebu Ode for the festival.'
The vice president, in the company of Abiodun, then proceeded to Ijebu Ode, where he also held a private meeting with the Awujale of Ijebu Kingdom, Oba Sikiru Adetona.
'When cattle go to Ijebu Ode and eat up their plant seedlings and so on and you expect people to be quiet?', he asked
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Like other years, Glo was solidly behind the traditional ruler at the third edition of the Oba Adetona lecture held recently at the Adeola Odutola Hall in Ijebu Ode. Gaily dressed eminent Nigerians including two former governors of Ogun State: Chiefs Olusegun Osoba and Gbenga Daniel; the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi; over 30 traditional rulers; Ogun State governor-elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun; and and scores of business men and academics thronged the event.
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There were two occupants in the vehicle, the driver who is a woman and her daughter, who is a student of Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) in Ijebu Ode.
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