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List Of Rulers Of The Yoruba State Of Dassa
Territory located in present-day Benin. Oba = Ruler.Tenure Incumbent Notesc.1600 Foundation of Dassa kingdomc.1800 Conquest by Danhome1889 French protectorate independent of Danhome1889 to ???? Ajikin Zomaw, Oba???? to 1941 Abisi Oyo, Oba13 June 1941 to 24 July 1942 Awo Alagi, Oba1942 to ???? Bernardin Zomaw, ObaSources[edit]rulers.org/benitradSee also[edit]BeninYoruba statesRulers of the Yoruba state of Icha Rulers of the Yoruba state of Ketu Rulers of the Yoruba state of Sabe Rulers of the Yoruba state of OyoLists
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Benin
Coordinates: 6°28′N 2°36′E / 6.467°N 2.600°E / 6.467; 2.600 Republic
Republic
of Benin République du Bénin  (French)FlagCoat of armsMotto: "Fraternité, Justice, Travail" (French) "Fraternity, Justice, Labour"Anthem: L'Aube Nouvelle  (French) The Dawn of a New DayLocation of  Benin  (dark blue) – in Africa  (light blue & dark grey) – in the African Union  (light blue)Capital Porto-NovoaLargest city CotonouOfficial 
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Oba (ruler)
Oba means ruler in the Yoruba and Bini languages of contemporary West Africa. Kings in Yorubaland, a region which is in the modern republics of Benin, Nigeria
Nigeria
and Togo, make use of it as a pre-nominal honorific. Post-colonial examples of Yoruba bearers include Oba Ogunwusi of Ile Ife, Oba Aromolaran of Ilesha
Ilesha
and Oba Adeyemi of Oyo. An example of a Bini bearer is Oba Ewuare II of Benin. The title is distinct from that of Oloye, which is used in like fashion by subordinate titleholders in the Yoruba chieftaincy system.Contents1 Aristocratic titles among the Yoruba 2 Oba 3 Oloye 4 The Oba's crown 5 Royal duties 6 Priestly duties 7 See also 8 ReferencesAristocratic titles among the Yoruba[edit] The Yoruba chieftaincy system can be divided into four separate ranks: royal chiefs, noble chiefs, religious chiefs and common chiefs
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Dassa-Zoumé
Dassa-Zoumé, often shortened to Dassa, is a city in Benin, on the Cotonou
Cotonou
to Parakou
Parakou
railway and the main north-south highway. The commune covers an area of 1711 square kilometres and as of 2013 had a population of 112,118.[1] Jama'at Islamique Ahmadiyya Benin
Benin
has built its central Mosque (Mosquee Moubarqiue) here in 2010. It is a beautiful mosque with a tall, 18-meter minaret just outside the city on main road towards Parakou. Jama'at Islamique Ahmadiyya Benin
Benin
has also built French English bilingual primary school 'Ecole Primaire Publique AHMADIYYA'. www.ahmadiyyabenin.org The population of Dassa town migrated from the Egba subgroup in the western Yoruba country in present-day Nigeria to settle in the present day location
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Danhome
The Kingdom of Dahomey (/dəˈhoʊmi/) was an African kingdom (located within the area of the present-day country of Benin) that existed from about 1600 until 1894, when the last king, Béhanzin, was defeated by the French, and the country was annexed into the French colonial empire. Dahomey developed on the Abomey Plateau amongst the Fon people in the early 17th century and became a regional power in the 18th century by conquering key cities on the Atlantic coast. For much of the 18th and 19th centuries, the Kingdom of Dahomey was a key regional state, eventually ending tributary status to the Oyo Empire.[1] The Kingdom of Dahomey was an important regional power that had an organized domestic economy built on conquest and slave labor,[2] significant international trade with European powers, a centralized administration, taxation systems, and an organized military
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Lists Of Office-holders
These are lists of incumbents (individuals holding offices or positions), including heads of states or of subnational entities. A historical discipline, archontology, focuses on the study of past and current office holders. Incumbents may also be found in the countries' articles (main article and "Politics of") and the list of national leaders, recent changes in 2007 in politics, and past leaders on State leaders by year and Colonial governors by year. Various articles group lists by title, function or topic: e.g. abdication, assassinated persons, cabinet (government), chancellor, ex-monarchs (20th century), head of government, head of state, lieutenant governor, mayor, military commanders, minister (and ministers by portfolio below), order of precedence, peerage, president, prime minister, Re
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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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Yoruba People
Contemporary:Apala Fuji Were Yoruba Highlife Waka Jùjú Afrobeat SakaraFolk/Traditional:Ehin Ogbe Bolojo Obitun Biripo Bata Olele Ijala Gelede Ekun Iyawo/Rara Dadakuada Oriki Esa Alamo Gbedu Iremoje EwiNotable PersonalitiesList of Yoruba peopleReligionGod Olorun Olodumare OlofiDivination Ifá Opon Ifá Opele Odù IfáOrishas Obatala Osanyin Elegba Yemoja Olokun Shango Oya/Yansa Ogun Babalú-Ayé Oshun Oshosi Orunmila Aganju More....DiasporaOkus Bahians Saros Akus Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone
Creoles Taboms, Agudas
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Rulers Of The Yoruba State Of Icha
Territory located in present-day Benin.Tenure Incumbent Notesc.1800 Foundation of Icha state???? to ???? Baba Akete???? to ???? Lauru???? to ???? Obinti???? to ???? Akan Aku???? to ???? Kase Kpe???? to ???? Lauru Tofa???? to ???? Lauru Tonyon???? to ???? Lauro Bezon???? to ???? Lauru Asogbaante/post1920 to ante/post1920 LauruSources[edit]http://www.rulers.org/benitrad.htmlSee also[edit]BeninYoruba statesList of rulers of the Yoruba state of Dassa List of rulers of the Yoruba state of Ketu List of rulers of the Yoruba state of Oyo List of rulers of the Yoruba state of SabeLists
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Rulers Of The Yoruba State Of Ketu
The state of Ketu is located in present-day Republic of Benin. In the Yoruba language, the word oba means king or ruler. It is also common for the rulers of the various Yoruba domains to have their own special titles
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Rulers Of The Yoruba State Of Sabe
Sabe is a territory located in present-day Benin, based in and around the town of Savé In the Yoruba language, the word Oba means king or ruler. It is also common for the obas of the various Yoruba domains to have their own special titles. In Sabe the Oba is referred to as the Onisabe of Sabe Records for Sabe are fragmentary and conflicting, containing a long succession of rulers styled Ola
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Rulers Of The Yoruba State Of Oyo
Oyo, Oyo State, is the seat of the line of the rulers of Oyo. Their territory, a constituent rump state, is located in contemporary Nigeria. Since the 1900 political absorption into Southern Nigeria of the kingdom that it once served as a metropolitan center, the traditional monarchy has been either a tool of British indirect rule or a legally recognised traditional polity within the republic of Nigeria. In the Yoruba language, the word 'oba' means ruler or king. It is also common for the rulers of the various Yoruba domains to have their own special titles. In Oyo, the Oba is referred to as the Alaafin.Tenure Incumbent Notesc.1300 Foundation of Oyo Empirec.1835 Invasion by Fulani Empire1888 British protectorate1300 to ???? Oranyan, Alaafin???? to ???? Ajaka, Alaafin???? to ???? Shango, Alaafin???? to ???? Ajaka (restored), Alaafin???? to ???? Aganju, Alaafin1400 to ???? Kori, Alaafin???? to 1500 Oluaso, Alaafinc
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List Of Rulers Of The Yoruba State Of Dassa
Territory located in present-day Benin. Oba = Ruler.Tenure Incumbent Notesc.1600 Foundation of Dassa kingdomc.1800 Conquest by Danhome1889 French protectorate independent of Danhome1889 to ???? Ajikin Zomaw, Oba???? to 1941 Abisi Oyo, Oba13 June 1941 to 24 July 1942 Awo Alagi, Oba1942 to ???? Bernardin Zomaw, ObaSources[edit]rulers.org/benitradSee also[edit]BeninYoruba statesRulers of the Yoruba state of Icha Rulers of the Yoruba state of Ketu Rulers of the Yoruba state of Sabe Rulers of the Yoruba state of OyoLists
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