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Ila Yara
Ila Yara was the original kingdom founded about the 12th century by Ajagun-nla (meaning "mighty warrior or great warrior"), also nicknamed "Orangun", the legendary son of Oduduwa. The kingdom split into two after Orangun Apakiimo was installed (as the 6th Orangun) towards the end of the 15th century. A young prince Arutu, who lost the contest for the Orangun throne, led a rebellion and exodus of his supporters, and founded the Ila, Nigeria
Ila, Nigeria
kingdom further northward (near the Isedo kingdom of Obalumo, while Orangun Apakiimo soon evacuated Ila Yara to found the Oke-Ila kingdom further eastward (after attracting other polities including a segment of the Isedo kingdom)
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Ila, Nigeria
Ila is a local government area in Osun State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Ila Orangun. It has an area of 303 km² and a population of 62,049 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 234.[1] References[edit]^ "Post Offices- with map of LGA". NIPOST. Archived from the original on 2009-10-07. Retrieved 2009-10-20. v t e Osun StateState capital: OsogboLocal Government AreasAiyedaade Aiyedire Atakunmosa East Atakunmosa West Boluwaduro Boripe Ede North Ede South Egbedore Ejigbo Ife Central Ife East Ife North Ife South Ifedayo Ifelodun Ila Ilesa East Ilesa West Irepodun Irewole Isokan Iwo Obokun Odo Otin Ola Oluwa Olorunda Oriade Orolu OsogboThis Osun State, Nigeria
Nigeria
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Oduduwa
Oduduwa
Oduduwa
Olofin Adimula, Emperor of the Yoruba was the first Ooni, or monarch, of Ile-Ife
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Oke-Ila
Òkè-Ìlá Òràngún (often abbreviated as Òkè-Ìlá) is an ancient city in southwestern Nigeria
Nigeria
that was capital of an ancient Igbomina-Yoruba city-state of the same name. Òkè-Ìlá is a city in Ọṣun State, Nigeria. It is situated in the northeastern part of Yorubaland
Yorubaland
in southwestern Nigeria. Òkè-Ìlá Òràngún’s sister city (and sister kingdom) Ìlá Òràngún is located about 12 kilometres (7 1⁄2 mi) to the northeast, separated by the north-trending ridges and gorges of the Oke-Ila Quartzites. Òkè-Ìlá Òràngún is currently capital of Ifedayo
Ifedayo
Local Government Area of Ọsun State
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Isedo
Ìsèdó (Ìsẹ̀dó or Ìsẹ̀dó-Olúmọ̀) is an ancient Igbomina
Igbomina
kingdom in northeastern Yorubaland
Yorubaland
of Nigeria. Ìsẹ̀dó was founded as a new city-state several centuries ago (between 1250 to 1400) by Ọba'lumọ, a Prince
Prince
of the ancient Oba civilization (whose name or appellation is contracted from "Ọba Olumọ" meaning "knowledgeable king", or "king of the lords of knowledge"). Ìsẹ̀dó is fully known and called "Ìsẹ̀dó-Olúmọ̀" using its founder-king's name as an identifier suffix
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Obalumo
The Obalúmo is a royal personage, a traditional monarch amongst the Igbomina
Igbomina
clan of the Yorubas of West Africa
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Ila Yara
Ila Yara was the original kingdom founded about the 12th century by Ajagun-nla (meaning "mighty warrior or great warrior"), also nicknamed "Orangun", the legendary son of Oduduwa. The kingdom split into two after Orangun Apakiimo was installed (as the 6th Orangun) towards the end of the 15th century. A young prince Arutu, who lost the contest for the Orangun throne, led a rebellion and exodus of his supporters, and founded the Ila, Nigeria
Ila, Nigeria
kingdom further northward (near the Isedo kingdom of Obalumo, while Orangun Apakiimo soon evacuated Ila Yara to found the Oke-Ila kingdom further eastward (after attracting other polities including a segment of the Isedo kingdom)
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