Coronet Obas

The Coronet Obas of Owu Hinterland Settlements:

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Oba Rasheed Adeosun - Alaga of Aga Olowo

Oba Rasheed Adeosun

Oba Rasheed Adeosun – The Alaga of Aga Olowo

Oba Edward Fasina - Alabalabi of Abalabi

Oba Edward Fasina

Oba L.K. Ogunseye – The Onijoko of Ijoko

Oba Olatunji Oluyomi – The Alatan of Atan-Gbalefa Land

Oba Edward Fasina – The Alabalabi of Abalabi

Oba Olufemi Ogunleye – The Towulade of Akinade

Oba Olufemi Ogunleye

Oba Olufemi Ogunleye

Oba Salisu Abiodun – The Olojodu of Ojodu

Oba Semiu Sodipo – The Onijagunna of Jagunna

Oba Isaac Ojelade – The Onibogun of Ibogunland

Oba O.O. Akinyemi – The Onifo of Ifo

Oba B. Osuntogun – The Oniwasinmi of Wasinmi

Oba Oluwagboun Adebayo – The Onisango of Sango

Oba Yunusa A. Akinmade – The Olu of Onigbedu

Oba 'Leke Babajide

Oba 'Leke Babajide

Oba Fatai Oladipo – The Onilepa of Ilepa

Oba Alao O. Tepede – The Onikoka of Coker

Oba Oluwagbemileke A. Babajide – The Alaigbajo of Arigbajo

Oba Jimoh Famuyiwa – The Onipapa of Papalanto

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Oba Alao Tepede

Oba Alao Tepede

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Oba Olatunji Oluyomi

Oba Olatunji Oluyomi

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Oba Isaac Ojelade

Oba Isaac Ojelade

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Oba O.O. Akinyemi

Oba O.O. Akinyemi

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Oba L.K. Ogunseye

Oba L.K. Ogunseye

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Oba Fatai Oladipo

Oba Fatai Oladipo

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Oba Semiu Sodipo

Oba Semiu Sodipo

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Oba Salisu Abiodun

Oba Salisu Abiodun

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Oba Yunusa Akinmade

Oba Yunusa Akinmade

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Oba Jimoh Famuyiwa

Oba Jimoh Famuyiwa

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Oba Oluwagboun Adebayo

Oba Oluwagboun Adebayo

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Oba B. Osuntogun

Oba B. Osuntogun

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Watch this space for short profiles of each of the Obas – Coming soon!

18 comments on “Coronet Obas

  1. Hi there,

    I have a message for the webmaster/admin here at owulakoda.wordpress.com.

    Can I use part of the information from this blog post above if I provide a link back to this site?

    Thanks,
    William

    • Sure William. You’re welcome If you use it positively to propagate the cause of the Owu communities. Thanks for the interest.

  2. Abeokuta — LINGERING chietaincy feud between
    the Aworis and Egbas of Ijoko in Ado Odo/Ota
    Local Government Area of Ogun State deepened
    yesterday with the killing of one Bashiru aka
    Baba Beji by suspected assassins. Bashiru was allegedly murdered in his sleep last
    Sunday night at his residence in the Intabo area
    of Ijoko in the presence of the wife whose
    identity could not be ascertained at press time. Bashiru, Daily Champion learnt is a strong loyalist
    of Oba Lasisi Ogunseye of Ijoko. His death ignited
    fresh tension in the town as news of his sudden
    demise was received with shock and disbelief. Another loyalist of the monarch, identified as
    Binti was shot dead February 27, following a
    disagreement over who should collect N100,000
    said to have been levied on a developer building a
    storey-building at Intabo area of Ijoko. Both Aworis and Egbas led by Oba Ogunseye are
    claiming to ownership of Ijoko land. The Aworis
    are led by Chief Alani Matanmi. The two tribes
    are locked in a legal battle over the appointment
    of Oba Ogunseye by the Olowu of Owu,
    Abeokuta, Oba Adegboyega Dosunmu a few years ago. However, yesterday news of Bashiru’s death at
    dawn forced pupils and students who were going
    to school to return home over security fears. Both private and public schools including NUD
    primary school, Ijoko were shut. Our correspondent observed that hundreds of
    residents of the town rushed to the Oba’s palace
    at Ijoko to condole with him on the death of his
    loyalist.

  3. Those approached for comments declined
    following the tense situation while shops owners
    refused to open for fear of possible attack by
    hoodlums. Contacted on the crisis last night spokesman for
    Ogun State Police Command, Mr. Muyiwa
    Adejobi, an Assistant Superintendent of Police
    (ASP) said normalcy had returned to the area. He said policemen led by Mr. Adeoye Oyinlola an
    Assistant Commissioner of Police and Area
    Commander in charge of Ota were deployed to
    maintain law and order at Ijoko. Adejobi said the State Police Command
    headquarters has not been briefed on the
    casualty at 7.15 p.m when he spoke with our
    Correspondent. He however said one person was shot in the
    latest crisis. Copyright © 2010 Daily Champion. All rights reserved. Distributed by AllAfrica Global Media
    (allAfrica.com). To contact the copyright holder directly for corrections — or for permission to
    republish or make other authorized use of this
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  5. Let trace back from history,its very easy to distiguish.fomer governor knows nothing about ado odo local govt. He was just trying to support those awori pple. It was egba that own ijoko even sango town. Where were awori when omo ajibodu use to colect tax from ake to ido? It was neglets of things and overgenerous that affect the fore fore father of the egbas.

  6. ALL THIS OBAS ARE MY FARTHER MAY THEY LIFE LONG AND AGAIN I AM APPEALING THIS PRESENT GOVERMENT SENATOR IBIKUNLE AMOSUN TO APROVE ALL THIS OBAS AND GIVE THEM CERETIFICATE. FROM
    OSUNTOYINBO OLUSEGUN FROM IFO

  7. good day ma/sir, urgent correction has to be done in issue of Atan ota, if u ppl were given a kangaroo job to do, i think u ppl can still use ur head when u are a professional nd nt a stack illitrate the ppl dat gave u propaganda work, now listen Awori land or Ado odo as big/small is Awori land nt any fucking Owu pls correct d idiot Adetunji to HRM OBA ADEBIYI nd Atan is Awori land, expectng ur urgent reply nd correction

  8. PLLEASE SIR MR GOVERNOR AND COMMISSIONER FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND CHIEFTANCY PLLS CONSIDER THIS OBAS IT IS A LONG TIME.

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