OYO TOWN KINGSHIP LINEAGE
Oduduwa - Wikipedia
Oranmiyan was the last son and the most adventurous of the members of Oduduwa's household first Alaafin of Oyo, and the sixth Ooni of Ife, in that order. Moremi and The Ugbo. After the dispersal of the family of kings and queens, the aborigines became ungovernable, and constituted themselves into a serious threat to the survival of Ife.
Raceandhistory - Nigeria: The Edo of Benin
Nigeria: The Edo of Benin April 2000 By Osamuyimen Stewart, Ph.D.--This posting is a collection of oral tradition passed down to me, my critical evaluation of folklore, and ideas from a variety of written sources (Egharevba 1934, Bradbury 1957, Crowder 1962, Basil Davidson et al 1965, Akenzua 1979, Igbafe 1979, Erhagbe (class notes) 1983).
Yoruba people - Wikipedia
The Yoruba culture was originally an oral tradition, and the majority of Yoruba people are native speakers of the Yoruba language. The number of speakers is roughly estimated at about 30 million in 2010. Yoruba is classified within the Edekiri languages, which together with the isolate Igala, form the Yoruboid group of languages within what we now have as West Africa.
Peace Poem – Yoruba (Nigeria, Togo, Benin
Location in Nigeria Yoruba area in Nigeria. The Yoruba are the main ethnic group in the Nigerian federal states of Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, and Oyo; they also constitute a sizable proportion of Kwara, Kogi and Edo states south west states. Yoruba area in Nigeria.
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