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Ile-Ifẹ: the cradle of the Yoruba: with Oduduwa as their progenitor 'Ladun Kofoworola Owolade Lawal. Ayojide Enterprises - Social Science Ile-Ifẹ book 19 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Ile-Ifẹ book - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. The Ooni of Ile-Ife (Ọọ̀ni of Ilè-Ifẹ̀) is the traditional ruler of Nigerian town is seen as the cradle of the Yoruba people. The Ooni dynasties go back hundreds of years. Because the oral tradition was only recently transcribed, there are several detailed lists that contradict each other.
The authors wish to thank Mr. Tunde Ajibade of the Ọbafẹmi Awolọwọ University, Ile-Ifẹ and Mr. Gbenga Fagbọrun of the University of York for their assistance with this translation.
2 Oke Alafara is a neighbourhood in Ibadan where Akinyẹle's house was situated, or where Akinyẹle was by: 8. Proudly Yorùbá. September 25 at AM. Just So You Know Epe Alaafin Aole But before Oba Aole was killed, according to Rev. Samuel Johnson in his book ‘The History of Yoruba,’ he invoked the spirits of his fore-fathers and shot three magical arrows into the three tripod on which the kingdom was believed to stand.
“My curse be. African Women's Health Project International, Alief, TEXAS. likes 1 talking about this 1 was here. AWHPI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan (c)3 corporation dedicated to 5/5. This work examines the counseling approaches and techniques used by Yoruba traditional healers of Nigeria.
It also describes the functions performed by Yoruba traditional healers when they work within the Yoruba cultural milieu.
The information elicited from Yoruba traditional healers through videotape and interviews was analyzed by a Nigerian womaReviews: 1. Biography Early life. Rotimi was the son of Samuel Gladstone Enitan Rotimi a Yoruba steam-launch engineer (a successful director and producer of amateur theatricals) and Dorcas Adolae Oruene Addo an Ijaw drama enthusiast.
He was born in Sapele, Nigeria; cultural diversity was a recurring theme in his work. He attended St. Cyprian's School in Port Harcourt from to Born: Olawale Gladstone Emmanuel Rotimi, 13.
Reference was made to the book of Jasher – The major factor is that strong ties exist between Benin Kingdom and Ile-Ife as a descent of Oduduwa. Therefore, the monarchs were thoughtful to pay a visit to this site where they prayed to their ancestors, asking God for unity and peace within their kingdoms and Nigeria at : Gbemisola Bisi-Taiwo.
An interview () with Ọla Rotimi, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of African Studies, University of Ifẹ, Ile-Ifẹ by Ola Rotimi (Book) Rotimi, Soyinka and Achebe as interpreters of history: from Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft by Tejumola Olaniyan ().
Ile-Ifẹ, Nigeria: University of Ifẹ Press, © Series: Faculty of Arts lecture series, 3. Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Popular culture -- Nigeria.
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Find out more about sending content to Google Drive. Ọbasa (–): a Yoruba poet, culture activist and local intellectual in colonial NigeriaAuthor: Akintunde Akinyẹmi.
The Yoruba religion comprises the traditional religious and spiritual concepts and practices of the Yoruba homeland is in Southwestern Nigeria and the adjoining parts of Benin and Togo, a region that has come to be known as religion is formed of diverse traditions and has no single founder.
It has influenced or given birth to a host of thriving. Ife (Yoruba: Ifè, also Ilé-Ifẹ̀) is an ancient Yoruba city in south-western ce of habitation at the site has been discovered to date back to as early as BCE, and according to its own customary traditions, it is the planet's oldest organized community.
The voiceless plosives /t/ and /k/ are slightly aspirated; in some Yoruba varieties, /t/ and /d/ are more dental.
The rhotic consonant is realized as a flap [ɾ], or in some varieties (notably Lagos Yoruba) as the alveolar approximant [ɹ].Like many other languages of the region, Yoruba has the labial-velar stops /k͡p/ and /ɡ͡b/, e.g. pápá [k͡pák͡pá] 'field', gbọ̄gbọ̄.
Osun is a state in south-western Nigeria. It is surrounded by Kwara, Ekiti, Ondo, Ogun and Oyo is home to several of Nigeria’s most famous landmarks, including the ancient town of Ile. Mythic origin of Ife, the holy city: Creation of the world.
According to Yoruba mythology, Olodumare, the Supreme God, ordered Obatala to create the earth but on his way he found palm wine which he drank and became intoxicated.
Therefore, the younger brother of the latter, Oduduwa, took the three items of creation from him, climbed down from the heavens on a. Ibadan (Ẹba-Ọdan) meaning by the side of thick forest was initially established by Lagelu an Ile-Ifẹ (commander-in-chief).
For several years, Jagun Lagelu (oro, a pata maja) and his subjects were living together in peace in their first settlement at Awotan, in Apẹtẹ in the present Ido Local Government Area, until an incident happened.
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has approved the appointment of Chief (Dr.) Yemi Ogunbiyi, who is also the Balogun of Ipara Remo, Ogun State as the new chairman of the governing council of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ilé Ifẹ, Osun State while Professor Mvendega Jibo will head the council of University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The Cradle of a Race: Ife from the Beginning toLagos (The book also has chapters on the present religious situation in the town). Blier,Suzanne Preston.
Art and Risk in Ancient Yoruba: Ife History, Power, and Identity c, Cambridge University Press ISBN Blier, Suzanne Preston. The book, which Professor Roland Abiodun, wrote should be rightly titled, “A person with a smelly or stinking or rotten mouth is still the rightful owner of his/her mother’s water pot.” such as those terracottas and bronzes from 11thth century Ile-Ifẹ or to the early ivories and terracottas from Ọẁ ọ.
While archaeology. Reference was made to the book of Jasher – The major factor is that strong ties exist between Benin Kingdom and Ile-Ife as a descent of Oduduwa.
Therefore, the monarchs were thoughtful to pay a visit to this site where they prayed to their ancestors, asking God for unity and peace within their kingdoms and Nigeria at large.Olofin and his followers left the palace of King Oduduwa in Ile-Ife and migrated southward along a river.
Oduduwa had given Olofin a mud plate and instructed him to place it on the water and follow it until it sank into the river. The plate is said to have stopped at various locations and finally sank at Idumota in the present day Lagos State in Nigeria.
According to history, two defunct Ọyọ metropolitan townships had existed at different times they were: Ọyọ-Ile or (Katunga), Ọyọ-Igboho; the present Ọyọ-Alaafin (Agọ-Ọja) was established in s, when Ọyọ Igboho was destroyed by the Fulani army.A Ji See Bi Oyo Laa RiiiThe first Ọyọ was founded over six or seven.