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Cradle of Akesin king of ora-igbomina in their chronological order

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Cradle of Akesin king of ora-igbomina in their chronological order

Post by Agboola gbenga » Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:17 am

1. Akesin oba Adebimpe oyerinde apagunje mose
( He was a very powerful hunter who used igunnugun bird as a messenger , He established ora-igbomina in 1330 A. D together with his ojola ( python ). )
2. Akesin oba okitiimoba
3. Akesin oba Dajasiju
4. Akesin oba olojo ekundun 1
5. Akesin oba Ayapamoye
6. Akesin oba Ayemoro
7. Akesin oba oyekunle ( he welcomed kanga group in 15 A D)
8. Akesin oba Durotoye agunloye bi oyinbo, Okinbaloye 1 ( first king from kanga group, a very powerful and handsome man)
9. Akesin oba iyaniwura pewu ni Akesin nwo ora
( very little in age when he was crowned. He normally keep calmed and watched the high chiefs to make decisions)
10. Akesin oba Agbiji gborere
11. Akesin oba Akokoniyangi
12. Akesin oba Apenigbooye
( he lived a long tenure on the throne)
13. Akesin oba Agogo Imole
( he so much like oro obalufon and ilawa festival during his tenure)
14. Akesin oba Ota biri lapo
15. Akesin oba Fanike odo orunmila died in 1881
( he welcomed okewu ASAONI people with their king ASAONI Awoyemi orolotimoye 1 to the fruitful ora-igbomina town around 1880 and they later and finally settled in 1882 with the agreement of taking their died king to their first settlement called kesagbe. this orolotimoye were crowned as a king at their second settlement called okewu bode animo before they fled to oro town in kwara state during jalumi war and welcomed to ora with his few people because okewu and ora-igbomina were friends to the level of inviting each other during oro obalufon, ilawa festival and isagun festival before the attack of jalumi war )
16. Akesin oba Owolabi Atobatele ( he fought the then orangun of ila based on oke agunbelewo Land Now called oke alagbede land. 1881-1937)
17. Akesin oba Olanipekun Okinbaloye 11. 1938-1989
18. Akesin oba Ololade folayan ilufemiloye awoluwarae ( the First professor to be a king in Nigeria. (1990-2000)
19. Akesin Oba Oladoye idowu Olojo ekundun abayetumolara 11. (2004-date)

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Post by Onibere » Mon Feb 13, 2017 4:09 pm

Kini itumo Akesin? Se oruko oye awon oba ni Ora-Igomina niyen ni?

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Post by Agboola gbenga » Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:18 pm

AKESIN IS THE TITLE OF ORA-IGBOMINA TRADITIONAL KING. ( ENI TI A N KE TI A N SIN )

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Post by Onibere » Tue Feb 14, 2017 8:59 am

E se mo dupe. Ibere si ku o. Mo n bo na.

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Post by Onibere » Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:18 pm

Jalumi war, se ogun laarin awon Igbomina nikan ni abi laarin awon eya Yoruba ti o po? Boya kin de bi google ni? ;)

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Post by Agboola gbenga » Wed Feb 15, 2017 5:42 pm

JALUMI WAR WAS INVENTED BY USMAN DANFODIO IN 1875 TO 1876 TO ISLAMISE ALL YORUBA NATION STARTING FROM KWARA NORTH TO YORUBA LAND BUT IT WAS ENDED AT IKIRUN BY IBADAN, ILA, EKITI AND ILESA WARIORS AND THEY ALL LATER DISTRACTED BY BRITISH GOVT.

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Post by Mayowa » Wed Feb 22, 2017 8:50 am

Agboola gbenga wrote:
Wed Feb 15, 2017 5:42 pm
JALUMI WAR WAS INVENTED BY USMAN DANFODIO IN 1875 TO 1876 TO ISLAMISE ALL YORUBA NATION STARTING FROM KWARA NORTH TO YORUBA LAND BUT IT WAS ENDED AT IKIRUN BY IBADAN, ILA, EKITI AND ILESA WARIORS AND THEY ALL LATER DISTRACTED BY BRITISH GOVT.
Were they not turned back at Osogbo?
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Post by Agboola gbenga » Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:32 pm

They turned back at ikirun when British people released bomb from the sky, and usman danfodio troops jumped into odo otin a river at okuku Town and ijabe Town. That is
where jalumi was derived

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Post by Mayowa » Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:44 pm

Agboola gbenga wrote:
Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:32 pm
They turned back at ikirun when British people released bomb from the sky, and usman danfodio troops jumped into odo otin a river at okuku Town and ijabe Town. That is where jalumi was derived.
O ye mi bayi amo
1. Dan Fodio ko gbe ogun ja Yoruba fun'ra re titi ti o fi ku.
2. Dan Fodio died in 1817 while the war happened in the 1870s.
3. What I read is that it was the Offa people who cut the bridge at one end, therefore, the Ilorins fell into the river and died in large numbers even some Ekiti warriors were affected as they were both fighting the same enemies with the Ilorins. Nothing was mentioned of British then.
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Post by Rhomax » Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:47 pm

Mayowa wrote:
Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:44 pm
Agboola gbenga wrote:
Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:32 pm
They turned back at ikirun when British people released bomb from the sky, and usman danfodio troops jumped into odo otin a river at okuku Town and ijabe Town. That is where jalumi was derived.
O ye mi bayi amo
1. Dan Fodio ko gbe ogun ja Yoruba fun'ra re titi ti o fi ku.
2. Dan Fodio died in 1817 while the war happened in the 1870s.
3. What I read is that it was the Offa people who cut the bridge at one end, therefore, the Ilorins fell into the river and died in large numbers even some Ekiti warriors were affected as they were both fighting the same enemies with the Ilorins. Nothing was mentioned of British then.
Where did you read your own?
Rhomax na ni :D

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Re: Cradle of Akesin king of ora-igbomina in their chronological order

Post by ounpe » Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:53 pm

Rhomax wrote:
Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:47 pm
Mayowa wrote:
Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:44 pm

O ye mi bayi amo
1. Dan Fodio ko gbe ogun ja Yoruba fun'ra re titi ti o fi ku.
2. Dan Fodio died in 1817 while the war happened in the 1870s.
3. What I read is that it was the Offa people who cut the bridge at one end, therefore, the Ilorins fell into the river and died in large numbers even some Ekiti warriors were affected as they were both fighting the same enemies with the Ilorins. Nothing was mentioned of British then.
Where did you read your own?
Ibeere yen ri bakan. Se ooto lo so ni abi iro. Nkan temi fe mo niun.

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Post by Rhomax » Fri Mar 03, 2017 12:46 pm

ounpe wrote:
Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:53 pm
Rhomax wrote:
Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:47 pm


Where did you read your own?
Ibeere yen ri bakan. Se ooto lo so ni abi iro. Nkan temi fe mo niun.
Se emi ni awon ologun igbayen ni abi ewo ni ibere? You brought your Ibadan accent here abi? #wehdone o
Rhomax na ni :D

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Re: Cradle of Akesin king of ora-igbomina in their chronological order

Post by ounpe » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:30 am

Rhomax wrote:
Fri Mar 03, 2017 12:46 pm
ounpe wrote:
Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:53 pm


Ibeere yen ri bakan. Se ooto lo so ni abi iro. Nkan temi fe mo niun.
Se emi ni awon ologun igbayen ni abi ewo ni ibere? You brought your Ibadan accent here abi? #wehdone o
:D Ibadan nikan ko.

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