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Alaafin Of Oyo in their chronological Order

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Alaafin Of Oyo in their chronological Order

Post by Agboola gbenga » Fri Jun 02, 2017 6:43 pm

REIGNS OF THE ALAAFINS OF OYO and SOME HISTORICAL MARKS
892 Oranyan – Oyo-Ile was found
1042 Ajaka Dada
1077 Tella Oko –known as Sango Afonja
1137 Ajaka
1177 Aganju Sola
1300 Kori – Osogbo and Ede were found
1357 Oluaso
1471 Portugal 1st contact with Yoruba cities
1472 Eko is named LAGOS by the Portuguese
1530 – 1542 Onigbogi
1512 Ofinran – Saki was found
1534 Egungun Oju – Igboho was found
Nupe occupied Oyo- Ile
1554 Orompoto
1562 Ajiboye
1570 Abipa – Oyo-Ile rebuilt
1588 Obalokun – salt (Sodium Cloride)
introduced in domestic use into Yoruba Land Alaafin set envoys to court in Portugal
1600 Aja
1658 Odarawu
1660 Karan
1665 Jayin – 1 st Awujale of Ijebu appointed
1676 Ayibi – Oyo spanned 150.00 km2
1690 Osiyago – 1728 Oyo stats invade Dahomey
1732 Gberu
1738 Amuniwaye
1742 Onisile - 1748 subjugating the Dahomey
1750 Labisi – spent in the throne only 15 days committed suicide because of Basorun Gaha
1750 Awonbioju – spent 130 days in the throne
1750 Agboluaje - 1754 stars decline in the Empire with intrigues of Basorun Gaha
1772 Majeogbe
1774-1789 Abiodun
1789-1796 Awole
1796-1797 Adebo
1797-1798 Maku
1801-1827 Majeotu – Fulani seized Ilorin + 1823 Dahomey revolt
1827-1834 Amodo
1834-1837 Oluewu - 1835 Empire collapse, razed by the Fulani Jihad
Are-Ona Kakanfo Afonja , master of Illorin, invited a Fulani scholar of Islam called Alim al Salih into his ranks. He hoped to secure the support of Yoruba Muslims and volunteers from the Hausa-Fulani north in keeping Ilorin independent, but no succeed and Oyo collapse.
1838-1858 Atiba Atobatele– 1838 Ago d’Oyo - New Oyo founded
The center of Yoruba power moved to Ibadan , a Yoruba war camp settled by Oyo commanders in 1830.
1859-1875 Adelu agunloye – 1857 Britain abolish slavery
1864 Alaafin stopped Batedo War in the name of Sango between Ijebu + Egbas
1876-1905 Adeyemi I
1888 Oyo became a protectorate of Great Britain
1905-1911 Agogo Ija Amubieya Lawani
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1911-1944 Ladigbolu I
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1945-1954 Adeyemi II
1956-1968 Ladigbolu II
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1971 Adeyemi III

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Re: Alaafin Of Oyo in their chronological Order

Post by Godwin » Thu Jun 08, 2017 11:05 pm

E ku ise takutakun o. Alagba Agboola Gbenga, opolo yin ko ni doba.

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Re: ALAFIN OF OYO IN THEIR CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

Post by Mayowa » Thu Jun 08, 2017 11:23 pm

Godwin wrote:
Thu Jun 08, 2017 11:05 pm
E ku ise takutakun o. Alagba Agboola Gbenga, opolo yin ko ni doba.
Mo ba won se amin.

So Ede and Osogbo are older cities to Saki? Hmm, interesting.
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