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Okeho in history (Part 3)

Today, I offer the third in my series on Okeho history as the community celebrates the centenary of its return to its origin in 1917 with the launching of my book, Okeho in History, on Saturday, October 28, 2017 in Okeho. Taking a cue from the Centenary Committee, the concluding chapter …

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Okeho in History (Part 2)

This is the second of a three-part series on Okeho in History scheduled for public presentation on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the grand finale of the celebrations marking the centenary of Okeho’s return to its original site in October 1917. Today’s excerpt is from the chapter on education in Okeho. Indigenous education system …

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CELEBRATING THE DOGGEDNESS OF SOLA OGUNBODE AT 60

Orogun, is one of the sprawling neighborhoods of the University of Ibadan, this community is a mixed of the academia, civil servants, corporate world, business tycoons from all the popular markets in Ibadan and some political bigwigs. Around 1993, some American vehicles such as Ford, Chevrolet were seen plying the …

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TIM AMOSUN: HISTORIAN, COMMUNITY LEADER, PASTOR AND POLICE

Pastor Tim Amosun, MNIPR, MA, MSc, BTh, BEd, MPhil Life is synonymous with races; there are some races that one would definitely know that one would catch up with effortlessly over time while there are some races that one needs extra effort to catch up with; Uncle Tim Amosun falls …

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