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MILITARY

Yoruba civil war; Ijaye Vs. Ibadan battle

The Yoruba civil war was fought in phases, starting around early 19th century and ending by late 20th century.However, amidst the several battles that were fought, the most notable one is the Ijaye Vs. Ibadan battle.

  11 months ago ago
Yoruba civil war; Ijaye Vs. Ibadan battle

TRAVEL

The Unforgettable Wars In Yoruba Land

Because of the strategies the warlords deployed throughout the war, war in Yoruba land can not be easily forgotten. The memorable wars involve the fight between Ijaiye and Ibadan, Osogbo war, Kiriji war, and many more. I wrote papers on the wars of osogbo and kiriji, and the next one is the war of ijaiye-ibadan and the war of British-ijebu. THE IBADAN-IJAYE WAR (1861-1862) Ijaye was founded about the same time as Ibadan, by refugees from the Ikoyi area, led by Kurunmi, the greatest soldier of his age’. It

  1 year ago ago
The Unforgettable Wars In Yoruba Land

HEALTH

Nigeria Celebrate Another Good News On CORONAVIRUS

Nigeria celebrated yet another good news on COVID-19 as 28-year-old COVID-19 patient gives birth to a baby girl in Ogun state. This was disclosed by Dr. Tomi Coker who is the commisioner of health in Ogun state. She revbealed that the woman gave birth at the maternity unit of the state Hospital, Ijaye, Abeokuta. “A team of our Obstetrics and Gynecologists, Pediatricians and Nurse anesthetists delivered the woman with COVID-19 of a 3.1kg baby girl," she said. "The baby was delivered via normal birth on Tuesday,

  1 year ago ago
Nigeria Celebrate Another Good News On CORONAVIRUS

EDUCATION

Ogun Rescued Secondary School Student Is Alive

Contrary to report in section of the media that the JSS one pupil of Paterson Memorial Baptist Grammar School idi Aba , Abeokuta, who was rescued in a flood during a heavy downpour on Thursday 8th July 2021 has died, the boy in question according to the information coming from the victim's school has confirmed that the boy is hale and hearty and he's responding to treatments.

  6 months ago ago
Ogun Rescued Secondary School Student Is Alive

BUSINESS

Situation Report Of Covid-19 In Lagos State

There are 309 confirmed cases of COVID 19 in Lagos. 196 of the cases are still active, 94 have been discharged, 2 have been evacuated, 3 have been transferred and we have had 14 fatalities. Classification of confirmed cases by LGA; Agege = 1 Alimosho = 15 Amuwo Odofin = 5 Apapa = 2 Badagry = 2 Eti - Osa = 86 Ibeju-Lekki = 1 Ifako/Ijaye = 2 Ikeja = 41 Ikorodu = 4 Kosofe = 12 Lagos Island = 2 Lagos Mainland = 114 Mushin = 7 Oshodi/Isolo =7 Shomolu= 8 Surulere = 6 There are no confirmed cases in 3 LGAs; Ajerom

  1 year ago ago
Situation Report Of Covid-19 In Lagos State

CRIME

Two Old Men Beat Each Other Mercilessly at Iyana Ipaja Lagos State

Around 9pm at Iyana Ipaja in Lagos State yesterday, two old men exchanged blows and beat each other mercilessly. The incident happened as result of congestion at Iyana Ipaja yesterday. There was heavy rainfall and when the rain stopped, many people were waiting for buses to convey them to their various destinations (such as Ijaye, Abule-Egba, Kola, Sango etc). Transport fare became unbearable for people because the motorist increased the price after the rainfall. They increased the transport fare to 500 nai

  1 year ago ago
Two Old Men Beat Each Other Mercilessly at Iyana Ipaja Lagos State

SOCIETY

Secondary School Boy Kills 14-year-Old Girl for Refusing to be his Girlfriend in Ogun State

Information from our source reveals that a 15year-old boy has allegedly killed a teenage girl who is 14 years old, for refusing to be his girlfriend. According to the report, the boy is a student of Reverend Kuti Memorial Grammar School, while the deceased was a student of Nawar ud- Deen Grammar School, both in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

  7 months ago ago
Secondary School Boy Kills 14-year-Old Girl for Refusing to be his Girlfriend in Ogun State

ACCIDENT

Tragedy averted in Abeokuta As Articulate lorry tramples on a Commercial Motorcycle

What could have been a very sad occurrence that would have led to a commercial motorcyclist been crushed to death was today averted in Abeokuta the Ogun state Capital. The accident which occurred this morning at oke Ijeun area of the state capital around 11:30 AM , directly in front of the state hospital, saw an Articulate truck , loaded with granite, trampled on a commercial motorcycle. According to an eye witness account, the lorry was approaching a speed breaker directly in front of the state hospital and

  1 year ago ago
Tragedy averted in Abeokuta As Articulate lorry tramples on a Commercial Motorcycle

POLITICS

See The Ibadan-Ijaye War That Broke Out In 1861-1862 Most Yoruba People Have Forgotten[Photos]

General History Of Yoruba People The Ibadan-Ijaye War (1861-1862) Olumo Rock In Abeokuta, Ogun State The Ibadan-Ijaye war broke call at 1861 between Ibadan and Ijaye over who to succeed the old Oyo empire because the political head of Yorubaland. the 2 rebelling towns sprang up from the ruins of the Old Oyo empire which was destroyed in 1836 by the Fulanis. Ibadan, Ijaye and therefore the new Oyo, also called Oyo Atiba, succeeded the Old Oyo empire after its destruction. consistent with Latisosa, a Balogun

  1 year ago ago
See The Ibadan-Ijaye War That Broke Out In 1861-1862 Most Yoruba People Have Forgotten[Photos]

RELIGION

Veteran Educationist Koleosho Joins the Platinum Jubilee club

Growing up in Abeokuta the Ogun state capital in the 80s , 90s and into the early 2000s , if you as a student have not attended the popular KOLEOSO lesson situated at Ijaye area of Abeokuta, you have not completed your extral murals activities. It was such a lesson that you can not but achieve a degree of success in the tutorial been given at the lesson. The man who was at the helms of affairs at the lesson is no other person than Mr E.K Koleosho who celebrated his 70th birthday anniversary yesterday. E. K Koleosho

  1 year ago ago
Veteran Educationist Koleosho Joins the Platinum Jubilee club

HEALTH

Commissioner for health in Ogun State warn parents to stop feeding their children with sanitizers

The Commissioner for Health in Ogun State,Dr Tomi Coker has warned parents in the state to desist from feeding their children with sanitizers as a way of preventing them from contracting coronavirus. Coker who gave this warning said this on Tuesday during a press briefing on the update of cases of COVID-19,described the development in the state as a myth.The Punch reports. The commissioner said she had discovered that many mothers in the state had been engaging in asking their children to drink sanitisers s

  1 year ago ago
Commissioner for health in Ogun State warn parents to stop feeding their children with sanitizers

HEALTH

COVID-19: A coronavirus patient of 28 years has given birth to a baby girl in Ogun state

A 28-year-old patient with coronavirus has given birth to a baby girl at Ogun State Hospital maternity unit, Ijaye, Abeokuta.  Dr Tomi Coker, the State Commissioner for Health, confirmed this on Wednesday  Coker said Tuesday the mother gave birth and is doing fine in the isolation ward at the hospital. She applauded the frontline health workers for having the baby delivered successfully.  "With COVID-19 of a 3.1 kg baby girl, a team of our Obstetrics and Gynecologists, Pediatrists and Nurse Anesthetists delivered

  1 year ago ago
COVID-19: A coronavirus patient of 28 years has given birth to a baby girl in Ogun state

POLITICS

The Deliberate & Systemic Rise of Ibadan Into Prominence Through Governance!

In the 1830s, Ibadan and Ijaye emerged as two major towns from the smoky ruins of the old Oyo empire. Both towns were founded by military leaders who retreated south to Egba country to build new settlements for people seeking refuge from the invading northern army.  Ibadan and Ijaye had a similar history, culture, prominence and potentials. Both pay allegiance to the Alaafin, and fought alongside each other when necessary, but with a strong rivalry that led to open war against each other. Ibadan reluctantl

  1 year ago ago
The Deliberate & Systemic Rise of Ibadan Into Prominence Through Governance!

SOCIETY

Ogun Polytechnic Lecturer Shot Dead

A 35 years old lecturer at the D.S Adegbenro polytechnic Itori, Ogun state, Mufutau Waliu was shot dead by gunmen on Tuesday. The deceased lecturer who happens to be the head of the electrical and electronics department of the institution was shot as he came out of the institution. He was immediately rushed to the general hospital at Ijaye in Abeokuta where he was pronounced dead. Yinka Adegbite who happens to be the head of the public relations team of the institution said investigation regarding his death

  1 year ago ago
Ogun Polytechnic Lecturer Shot Dead

POLITICS

Brief History of the Egbas

The Egbas are a small offshoot of the Yorubas Proper, who occupy the south-eastern districts of that province. They originally occupied the area bounded by certain imaginary lines drawn, say, from Ijaye to meet the Ogun River at Olokemeji, and along it to its mouth, and another from the same point via Ibadan to the west of Jebu Remo down to the coast. They lived in hamlets and villages for the most, part independently of one another, and never under one rule. All the principal families of the Egbas trace th

  1 year ago ago
Brief History of the Egbas

RELIGION

Child Birth Mysteries In Nigeria

The claims of children born with the supposed signs and wonders have proven to be one of the most controversial to logically present and defend except for the overwhelming witness who often claimed they saw the event and the hysterical way the news media often cover such stories. Parent of such wonder child and other witnesses often present physical proof to support their claims but the medical experts often claimed that such evidence must have been doctored or, in case it is an object born with the baby, i

  1 year ago ago
Child Birth Mysteries In Nigeria

HEALTH

Updated corona virus cases in Lagos state with age and LGA Analysis of the spread

Update as per local Government Areas with the highest and lowest cases of the deadly corona virus in Lagos. with no new case record in the state 114 cases of the Virus detected so far in Lagos mainland local Government Area which is The highest in Nigeria for a local government or State. More than Abuja which is second in Nigeria. Enforcement of the shutdown order in this LGA is not properly adhered to considering the facts that they house the treatment and isolation center in the state like Yaba. Oyingbo m

  1 year ago ago
Updated corona virus cases in Lagos state with age and LGA Analysis of the spread

AGRICULTURE

Mediation of Captain Davies between the Egbas and Ibadans

...Before we started from Abbeokuta, a law was enacted, prohibiting by capital punishment kidnapping towards Ibadan. In Ibadan a law was passed at the same time, ' No Egba should be molested who came to redeem his relatives.’ But there is a great indignation against the Ijebus, who have done more harm than Ijaye and Abbeokuta together. The war in Ijebu is a difficult one for Ibadan, although they have a very large army. The ljebus live in small towns, have plenty of thick forests, bad roads, and little fo

  1 year ago ago
Mediation of Captain Davies between the Egbas and Ibadans

HEALTH

COVID-19:Panic as Women Reportedly Feed Babies Hand Sanitizers

The Ogun State Commissioner for Education, Dr. Tomi Coker has warned Ogun mothers to desist from the unjustifiable act of feeding their children with hand sanitisers as attempt to prevent infection of COVID-19. The minister, who is also a medical professional, issued this warning on Tuesday during a briefing on COVID-19 in the state. She decried the attitude of some women in Ogun who reportedly give their children hand sanitizers to drink in order to prevent them from getting infected with the novel coronav

  1 year ago ago
COVID-19:Panic as Women Reportedly Feed Babies Hand Sanitizers

HEALTH

Coronavirus: Stop feeding children with sanitizers – Ogun Govt warns

The Commissioner for Health in Ogun State, Dr Tomi Coker, has warned parents in the state to desist from feeding their children with sanitizers as a way of preventing them from contracting coronavirus. Coker, who gave this warning said this on Tuesday during a press briefing on the update of cases of COVID-19, described the development in the state as a myth. The commissioner said she had discovered that many mothers in the state had been engaging in asking their children to drink sanitisers so as to get im

  1 year ago ago
Coronavirus: Stop feeding children with sanitizers – Ogun Govt warns