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PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, in Benin at the palace of the Oba of Benin, Oba Ewuare II, said the All Progressives Congress, APC, led-administration at the federal level would compensate the outgoing governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole, for what he described as an outstanding performance in his eight years in office, saying, “we will not allow him to go.
The President, who equally commissioned the multi-billion naira,
On the 24th of April 2016, the Yerima of Auchi Kingdom, Prince Tony Momoh did a public presentation of the reprint, redesigned and updated edition of his book ‘Each Man His Time, the Biography of an Era’. This event was captured and featured by Channels Book Club. Below is a replay:
Ikepshi is a nature endowed village in Akoko-Edo Local Government Area of Edo State. The village is located along Auchi – Ibillo road at Latitude 7.33784 and Longitude 6.1397. Ikpeshi is among the communities that makes up ward 8 in Akoko-Edo L.G.A and the postal/zip code is 312123.
The village is made up of three main quarters and six kindred.Below are the quarters and kindreds of Ikpeshi:
Iyerekhu is one of the five main villages of South Ibie Clan in Etsako West Local Government area of Edo State, Nigeria. The village which is today the second single largest village in South Ibie is said to have been founded in about 1621 A.D by a great hunter whose name was given as Erekhu. He is said to be one of Aitse’s four sons.
History of Iyerekhu
Due to water scarcity at Atekha/Ibienafe, Erekhu continued to seek for a more comfortable site to settle
BENIN CITY – The Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, has commended Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State for his visible infrastructural development in the State.
Speaking during a visit to the Governor in Benin City, Friday, the Sultan who is also President-General, Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs said the changes he saw can only come from someone committed to changing the lives of people.
The Sultan who led members of the Supreme Council including the Otaru of Auchi, Alhaji Aliru Momoh, Ikelebe III on the visit said: “we have seen tremendous changes from the Edo we used to know or the Benin City we used to know when we were young officers of the Nigerian Army, especially the famous Lagos road.
Ikabigbo is one of the 19 villages that makes up Uzairue clan in Etsako west local government area of Edo state. The village is located along Auchi-Agenebode road. Ikabigbo is in ward 12 of Etsako west, it has a zip code of 312102 and GPS coordinates: 6.98763, 6.30595.
As at today, Ikabigbo is made up of four main quarters with each quarter having it components sub quarters. Below are the main quarters and their component sub-quarters:
Brief History of Idegun by Abdulrahman Fatah Ekekhide.
Idegun is the son of Okpohinmhalo, whose other children are Uzokin and Ibhioba. Idegun was named after “Idumwu-Igun”, Igun Quarter in Benin City, from where Okpohimhalo and his children hailed.
The Ora people are one of the ethnic nationalities that makes up Owan part of Afemailand. They are a very resourceful and hardworking people who take immense pride in their exemplary sense of hospitality. The Ora people also pride themselves on longevity which they claim is as a result of their high level of honesty which they extend to every area in life they find themselves”
The Ora nation is made up of six major clans which are:
Ojah is one of the towns that make up the Okpameri ethnic group of Akoko-Edo Local Government in the north of Edo State, Nigeria. Ojah is a scenic town of streams and rocks in the undulating Somorika hills with an average altitude of 1233 feet above sea level.
The town, which is among the communities that makes up Ward 5 of Akoko-Edo Local Government Area, is located along Igarra – Ososo road. It enjoys a very temperate climate and the highest peak of Ojah is a very large monolith often called the Oyan oza. The town is known across Nigeria for
Itsukwi is one of the North Ibie villages in Etsako East Local Government Area of Edo State, Nigeria. Itsukwi is located on latitude of 7.167765, longitude of 6.47695 and an average elevation of 252 m (830 ft).
The people of Itsukwi speaks the “Ibie language”, a homogeneous language generally spoken by the “Ibie” people. They are mostly subsistence farmers. However, some of them are engaged in hunting games and fishing.