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My Story by Oba Ebumawe of Agoiwoye

My Story: The Biography of HRH A.A.A. Adenugba Okokodana-Meji 11, Oba Ebumawe of Agoiwoye.   My relationship with Oba Adesina Adenugba dates back to 1977 when our paths crossed in Ikorodu. I was a worker at Oruwu College and he, a student at Government Teachers’ Training College. We lived at 17, …

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History of Ondo Town

Sitting among the thickly forested planes that characterize south-western Nigeria are the towns and communities that make up the Ondo Kingdom. Located some 300 kilometers to the north-east of Lagos, Nigeria’s economic nerve center and 45 kilometers west of Akure, the Ondo State capital, the Kingdom is easily reached by …

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What Caused The Scamble For Africa

The Scramble for Africa (1880-1900) was a period of rapid colonization of the African continent by European powers. But it wouldn’t have happened except for the particular economic, social, and military evolution Europe was going through. Before the Scramble for Africa — Europeans in Africa up to the 1880s By …

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