3 edition of Kurunmi of Ijaye, 1831-1862 found in the catalog.
Kurunmi of Ijaye, 1831-1862
Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-108).
|LC Classifications||DT515.67.K8 O48 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||88191481|
His books on Epe and Badagri are his best known works, although he wrote several other obscure pamphlets which I have previously drawn attention to. As this is a continuation of my study on Avoseh, this essay does not intend to repeat previously published information on the author. A Comparative Study of Kurunmi's Ijaye and Kosoko's Epe Author: Toyin Falola. Kurunmi nursed suspicion of Ibadan’s motives and was jealous of the leadership role it was taking among Yoruba towns. When in a peace accord supervised by Balogun Ibikunle of Ibadan was reached on behalf of all Yoruba territories, Kurunmi was disconcerted the hosting of a conference of such import had eluded his own town, Ijaiye.
Dec 26, · Historically, the Egba people were agriculturists and traders under a federation of three groups-Ake, Okeona and Gbagura scattered over towns and including the modern city of Ibadan, Oyo and Ijaye. Perhaps for the divisions, they were susceptible to attacks, thus for some time they were province of old Oyo empire. Mar 31, · Author of Kurunmi, Holding talks, Our husband has gone mad again, Akassa You Mi, If, The gods are not to blame, Issues in African Theatre, Ovonramwen Nogbaisi (Three Crowns Books) Ola Rotimi | Open LibraryWritten works: The Gods Are Not To Blame, Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again, Hopes Of The Living Dead.
Dec 24, · The Omoluabi clubs, therefore, are exciting because they will Kurunmi is on his way with his sword of justice/Call all the liars and And the number of cowries, beside each good, was the price do. Thomas Jefferson Bowen ( - ) was an American expatriate Baptist missionary who spent considerable time of his missionary activities in Ijaye, Ogbomosho and a few other towns within the present Oyo ogmaexpo.com work established the foundation of the Baptist mission in Nigeria. Bowen's intention to proselytize to Africans in the interior in particular the Fulanis was stopped by the Emir of.
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Kurunmi of Ijaye, A biography of a militant Yoruba ruler [Dare Oguntomisin] on ogmaexpo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying ogmaexpo.com: Dare Oguntomisin. Get this from a library. Kurunmi of Ijaye, a biography of a militant Yoruba ruler. [Dare Oguntomisin]. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Kurunmi of Ijaye, a biography of a militant Yoruba ruler in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Mar 23, · The support Ibadan received from the British made her brought the Ijayes on their knees in following Kurunmi’s death in The cause of his death is still unknown, but however, it is believed he committed suicide.
Other towns supporting Ijaye retreated immediately. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital ogmaexpo.com projects include the Wayback Machine, ogmaexpo.com and ogmaexpo.comes: Jan 10, · Kurunmi made Ijaye his headquarters since, as Kakanfo, he could not live in the same town as the king, while Oluyole lived in Ibadan, a camp of warriors from all over Yorubaland that was fast.
Foucault’s Discourse Analysis provides the theoretical framework of the study. In the two plays examined, there is power struggle among several characters. In Kurunmi, there is power struggle between Kurunmi and Adelu, Kurunmi and the Ibadan chiefs, Ogunmola and Ibikunle, and Ibadan and ogmaexpo.com: Olusola Olasunkanmi Oso.
Sep 24, · Short history of Ijaiye. Posted on September 24, Ijaye was founded about the same time as Ibadan, by refugees from the Ikoyi area, led by Kurunmi, described by Johnson as the ‘greatest soldier of his age’.
It became an important communications centre, and under strong leadership it. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
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Abeokuta African languages Agbala Agemo Agemp Ajuwon Alagemo Armah Asuwa asuwada awpn awpn dnkpwe Awujale awujp babalawo chameleon chants Chief Elephant Christian church concept creative criticism dance death diseases divine dnkdwe Drewal Efik Egba English eniyan European festival gbogbo Hausa head human hymn Ibadan igba Igbo Igbo music Ijaye.
The Ibadan army camped at Ilora, 13 miles north of Ijaye while the Ijaye forces, led by Ogunbonna of Abeokuta, camped at Olokemeji on the River Ogun. The Ijaye, Egba, Fulani and Ijebu forces set a blockade to cut Ibadan off from the supplies from the British in Lagos.
Ibadan retaliated by blockading Ijaye from food supplies. Ijaye and Oyo were already at loggerheads over the control of the Upper Ogun towns around Saki. In any case, Ibadan sided with the new Alafin and war broke out. Kurunmi died inbefore the final capture and destruction of his town.
This was not the end of the matter. The Egba had supported Ijaye, and the Ijebu Remo had supported Ibadan. and translated Bible into Yoruba, wrote several books, and carried Christian evangelism to nooks and crannies of Yoruba land and beyond. Became first African Bishop.
Kurunmi of Ijaye One of the power blocs in Yoruba after the fall of Ọyọ was Ijaye, under Arẹ-Ọna-Kankan-Fo Kurunmi. He became Ijaye. Search millions of objects in the collections including photographs, artworks, artifacts, scientific specimens, manuscripts, sound records, and transcripts.
These. Ijaiye was a short-lived kingdom in what is today Oyo State, ogmaexpo.com broke away from the Oyo Empire in and was reconquered in References.
War of the Ijaye. WAR AND PEACE IN EASTERN YORUBALAND: EFON ALAAYE AND HER NEIGHBOURS () Ezekiel Oladele Adeoti and Andjames Olusegun Adeyeri Department of History and International Studies, Lagos State University (Lasu), Ojo, Nigeria.
ABSTRACT: Warfare was the most dominant theme of nineteenth century Yoruba history. Jan 09, · Of the 14 Kakanfo so far, the tenures of three of them who were military commanders considerably impacted the history of, first, the Old Oyo Empire, and by.
Oct 23, · – By Wole Adejumo – History will again be made on January 14, ; not only will the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Atanda Adeyemi III be celebrating the 47th anniversary of his coronation as Yorubaland’s foremost monarch, Kabiyesi the Iku Baba Yeye will be installing Otunba Gani Adams as the 15th Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland.
Nov 24, · Aare Ona Kakanfo was a title given to the generalissimo, the war general during the old Oyo Empire. An Aare Ona Kakanfo would lead battles, fight wars, mobilise and train “soldiers” and conquer the enemies.
The title of Aare Ona Kakanfo was introduced hundreds of years ago to the Yoruba country by King Ajagbo, who.Opinion - Currently showing at the National Theatre of Nigeria, Lagos is one of late Professor Ola Rotimi's most important plays, Kurunmi.
The play, which was written about as a dramatic.Ola Rotimi was one of Nigeria’s and Africa’s foremost dramatists, both a theatrical teacher and an entertainer as well as a playwright. Two of Rotimi’s plays, Kurunmi and Ovonramwen Nogbaisi.