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76TH MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY OF LATE HIGH CHIEF OSINRUNGBOYE (LISA OF ONDO KINGDOM 1919 -1944) ‘MY PATERNAL GREAT GRANDFATHER (YEYE SADEYI ORIMOLADE – NEE OSINRUNGBOYE STOCK)’

With the little that I will divulge to the general public as mentored in history, late High chief Lisa Osinrungboye was born in Ondo Town in the 18th Century whose father was a powerful traditional herbalist that care for the needs of the people. Late High Chief Osinrungboye became Lurowo …

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MORE FACT TO KNOW ABOUT ONDO TOWN PAST EVENTS – LATE HIGH CHIEF JOSEPH AKINOLA AKINSIPE (LIPAKALA) OF BLESSED MEMORY

The Ondo Town once known as seat of the Ondo Native Authority, Ondo Divisional Council and later became Ondo Local Government Council, and today known as Ondo West Local Government Council which has served as the Administrative Headquarters of today’s Ondo State and Ekiti State respectively since the ‘Indirect Rule …

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YEARLY MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY OF LATE HIGH CHIEF AYODELE JAMES ‘AJILEYE’ (LISA OF ONDO KINGDOM 1992-2000) – CONFERMENT OF TRADITIONAL CHIEFTAINCY TITLE – A LESSON TO LEARN IN LIFE FROM HISTORY

Let me sound it loud and clear to remind those who are concerned at this very moment that history and posterity will usually judge our brief stint in life either good or bad but we all have a different choice to make. From the little that I will divulge to …

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YEARLY MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY OF LATE HIGH CHIEF TITUS STEPHEN OLADEJI ILORI FADOJUTIMI (ODUNWO OF ONDO KINGDOM 1978 -1982) – CONFERMENT OF TRADITIONAL CHIEFTAINCY TITLE – A LESSON TO LEARN FROM HISTORY

I found it most appropriate to properly educate certain people who are known for exploiting every avenue to bring down others out of envy or jealousy and when they can no longer enjoy certain benefits, favouritism or recognition from the latter. It is quite clear in 1978 when late High …

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30 Years Of Peaceful Reign With Good Health As Odunwo Of Ondo Kingdom (4th In-Command)

From the little that I will divulge since the reign of late High Chief Adelakun Ayodeji who died in 1969, late High Chief Abraham Akintoroye who died in 1978, late High Chief T. S. O. Ilori Fadojutimi who died in 1982 and late High Chief Genty Akinyosoye who died in …

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The Indisputable Paramountcy Of Ondo Kingdom Traditional Institution And Cultural Value

I found it most appropriate to substantiate further about our decision not to celebrate bad or sad news in Ondo Connects New Era platform, but we believe in the doctrine of an ancient tradition, culture and custom of which we promote extensively both within and outside the social media. Those …

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Ondo Royal Family Genealogy: Speak To Your Destiny Rather Than Been A Confusionist

If it is because of envy and jealousy, please kindly speak to your destiny rather than been a confusionist. I am deeply concerned about few ‘Fake History Writers Social Media Practitioners’ due to their public gallery contradictory information and unknown write up without any authority source read from an Ondo …

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The Formation Of Ondo Development Committee

Consequent upon the political emancipation of the country from colonial tutelage to independence, a process of transforming the multi-social and cultural communities in the federation was set in motion by the various government aimed at providing social and economic devolvement security and good government for the people. The Ondo community …

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Ikú (Death)

Ikú solves the mystery of Death. Ikú is death in the sense of loss of emí or life sustaining breath, the end of terrestrial life but unlike Egúngún, it was one of the beings in Òrun that came to Aiyé. Ikú was assigned the task of ending peoples life. The …

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The Three Visitors That Came To Ondo Town

Three awos (occult members) made divination for the Òsemàwé of Ondo when he was going to receive three visitors. He was told to make sacrifice and he did. Ògún, Ùjà and Olókun were coming to visit him. They vowed to stay with any Oba who·would know and pronounce their names. …

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