Ibadan is truly a mix of the ancient and the modern – Bayo Adeyinka

Bayo Adeyinka's photo.

More than 15 years ago, I met an Italian who had lodged at KS Motel at Total Gardens, Ibadan. He was in Ibadan for the first time and he was very fascinated with the city when I informed him that Rome and Ibadan shared a very unique similarity: both of them are built on seven hills. He asked me to take him round Ibadan which I did. The seven hills are Oke Padre, Oke Ado, Oke Bola, Oke Mapo, Oke Are, Oke Sapati and Oke Mokola. But Ibadan is not just a city of hills. It is also a city of ‘bottoms’. Loosely translated, ‘idi’ means bottom or the backside. Several people have attached sexual innuendoes to the names. However, the actual translation indicates that some of the ‘idis’ indicate how the settlers converged at a point thereby leading to how they arrived at the names given. Go round the city and you can locate Idi-Arere, Idi-Ose, Idi-Ishin, Idi-Ape, Idi-Ayunre, Idi-Obi and Idi-Ito.

For instance, Idi-Arere is a location where the early settlers converged and held meetings under an ‘Arere’ tree. The actual full name is Idi- Igi Arere (under the Arere (Obeche) tree. Idi- Arere is located between Oja-Oba and Molete. Idi-Ose, which should actually be Idi-Igi Ose (under the Ose (Baobab) tree), is located around Ojoo/Moniya Road. Idi-Ishin is located around Jericho GRA area and was named after the Ishin (ake apple) tree. Idi-Ape is located at the intersection of Iwo Road and Bashorun and was named after the Ape tree. Idi-Ayunre which is located at the outskirts of the city on the way to Ijebu-Ode was named after the Ayunre ( Albizia zygia) tree. Idi-Obi was named after the kola nut tree. Ditto for Idi-Ikan and Idi-Ito.
Ibadan is also a city with several junctions popularly called ‘Orita’. In Yoruba mythology, these ‘oritas’ or junctions are places where sacrifices are offered. Popular oritas in Ibadan are Oritamefa- a junction that leads to six roads (around UCH), Oritamerin ( a junction that leads to four roads), Orita Aperin, Orita Challenge and Orita Bashorun. Some of the names have been shortened nowadays with Orita Bashorun now simply referred to as Bashorun, Orita Challenge now Challenge and Orita Aperin simply Aperin.
And still talking names, several names in Ibadan have their origin in the inability of the residents to pronounce the original names correctly. For example, the place popularly called Oke-Sapati was originally called Shepherd’s Hill but the illiterate residents couldn’t pronounce ‘Shepherd’s Hill’ and it was corrupted to Sapati. That was how it sounded to the ears of the residents at that time. The story behind Kudeti is quite interesting. A river runs around that area and the British District Officer during the colonial era was quite shocked at how dirty the river was. The river served the residents as they washed, had their bath, defecated and drank the water. The DO therefore exclaimed, “This water is TOO DIRTY”. The illiterate residents now corrupted the words ‘too dirty’ to Kudeti.
Ibadan is still steep in its traditional beliefs though modernity is fast catching on. One of such is the still very popular egungun masquerade festival which usually takes place around June and July. When I was younger, this period was a period fear mixed with excitement. Everyone wants to catch a glimpse of the Oloolu masquerade- except women who are forbidden to see it. Oloolu is the most popular and the most feared. I’ve seen it once before carrying what looked like a flat tray with several items on it. Several years ago, there was a clash between a very popular Muslim cleric now late called Ajagbemokeferi and Oloolu. It was rumoured then that Ajagbemokeferi derobed and unveiled Oloolu.Then, there is Alapansapa. Alapansapa is the second most feared masquerade after Oloolu. Alapansapa dresses very smartly in bright colours. Even though most masquerades are associated with canes and whips, it is more so with Alapansapa. There is also Atipako and Abidielege.
In spite of the traditional background of the city and the practices/ beliefs of its residents, Ibadan has been rightly acknowledged as the intellectual capital of the Yorubas and this is not just because the first University in Nigeria is located in the city. I really don’t know how many cities in Nigeria have as many research institutes as Ibadan. Ibadan has IITA (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture), IAR&T (Institute of Agricultural Research and Training), FRIN (Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria), CRIN (Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria), NIHORT (National Horticultural Research Institute) and NISER (Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research). All in one single city! I don’t know how the State Government leverages on these research institutes for the benefit of its citizens.
Ibadan is truly a mix of the ancient and the modern.

10 Testimonies that will give you testimonies – Sola Mathew

Should I start from the beginning of the Year or from the end of the year?

Sola Mathew, CCN President

I’m sure the testimonies below will bless your life. It has blessed several people I have shared them with. You’re not gonna be an exception.

1. On the 23rd January, Christian Charity Network (CCN), the Organization in which God has given me the Grace of being the Visioneer and President had her first Charity Concert with the theme “What is Charity?”

We invited my blind Friend, Timi who through his interview, many got blessed. One thing amazing about this friend of mine is that he can chat with you on Whatsapp despite his blindness.
Another Fighter we invited is our very own member, Sefunmi. She is a Sickle Cell Anemia Victim who is so passionate about others not falling victim of the same and ensuring the chain is broken. She now has a group (Sickle Cell Disease Awareness) where she shares her grieve and enlighten the Society about Sickle Cell Anemia.

Pator Gbenga Afuye also did justice to the theme by the Word of God. It was really a great time with the Lord.

2. My brother, Emmanuel, gave birth to his bouncing baby girl following his last year wedding.

3. On the 18th of August, I was called upon to be the Assistant Drama Coordinator of the Redeemed Christian Fellowship, Ekiti State University Campus Chapter. It is a rare privilege serving in this capacity with my Oga, Ogundipe Praise. She is such a wonderful lady. The Lord has used us this year to bless His people through our Ministrations.The drama group of the Fellowship is also known as His Banner Drama Family (HBDF). HBDF! God is Able!!!

On the same note, I was called upon later, as the President of CCN to be the Financial Secretary of WatchTower, the body under University Christian Association, Ado Ekiiti that supervises all Christian groups on Campus such as Music, Drama, Word and Dance groups.

These tasks have not been easy but the Lord that called the Weak is able to make him strong. God is Able.

4. Also, this year, I was promoted from my 300 Level to 400 Level, my final year. I’m currently working on my project. My friends Tomide, Damilare, Tosin, Feranmi, Titilayo et al are also included. Glory to God.

5. On the 25th of August, it was pressed in my heart to write a book titled “I HAVE BEEN THERE BEFORE”. The excerpt of the book has been blessing a lot of people on my facebook wall. The Book is still in view.

6. On that note, on the 10th of September, a man of God that had never met me before read one of my excerpts on facebook and called me not to worry about my school fees and project. It was just like a dream to me like the Bible says “When the captivity of Zion is returned, we were like them that dream”. He then handed over the cheque of the school fees to me via Helping Hands Scholarship Foundation on the 10th of November. Now, I have paid my school fees for my final year. I would have loved to mention his name but he doesn’t wanna be known. Thank you sir.

I remember I sent text messages to several people. Some of them didn’t talk about it again (I’m not condemning anyway) but God has thought me to trust in Him more through that. I’m sure some of them would have done something if they had the money.

I must also thank other facebook friends and especially Mrs Eniayewu Eunice who sent me a token for my upkeep. We have never met too. God bless you ma.

7. Two of my friends, who were formerly on Second Class Lower in school have now been upgraded by God to Second Class Upper. I pray they pass out above that in Jesus name.

8. My blind friend that I mention earlier graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsuka with a strong 2.1. This is a testimony I would love to share again and again.

9. This same year, on the 20th of December, my cousin, Olufemi Ibitoye that wrote the book “YOUR DOMAIN” which was launched in 2013 launched another Spirit filled book titled “I AM NOT A SINNER”. You can see me for a copy of the book. I have read the book and I’m sure, it will bless you too. He can click HERE to read his Blog.

This guy has been a blessing to me himself. He sends me money whenever he has it too.
Moreover, Ogundimu Joseph (AKA Big Joe), my former roommate and friend and brother finished his mandatory youth service in peace this year. He too is a blessing to me.

Tosin Falana is another blessing. She has been there for me even before I gained admission. She is still there for me.

And several others I can’t mention their names.

10. Lastly, I must thank God for His Life that has been deposited in me. I was not worthy but He made me worthy. He brought me from the kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of His marvelous Light. Thank You Jesus.

There are several testimonies I would have shared here but they can’t contain this space if I continue. There were challenges on the way but I chose to thank God for all, even the bad things.

I’m sure God still has MORE for you and I, even before the end of this Year. God CAN still work His miracles in your life before this year ends. Just have faith and TRUST Him. You’re the next to share Testimonies.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance.

Thanks for reading.

Photo: KCee turns Santa Claus for this Christmas

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Nigerian celebrities have continued to wish their fans joy and happiness this festive season.
Releasing Christmas cards, pictures and even calendars.

5 Star Music singer KCee has not been left out of the buzz as the ‘Limpopo’ singer shared a photo of him dressed as Father Christmas today on his Instagram.
Compliments of d season to you all, from me and @fivestarmusicng” he captioned the picture.
On December 22, KCee shared pictures of his brother’s new car 2015 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Luxury Land Jet worth N7m.

280 Nigerians died, 43 missing in Hajj stampede – NAHCON

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria on Wednesday in Abuja submitted the report of the 2015 Hajj to the Federal Government and put the number of casualties involved in two tragic accidents at 280 while 43 have been declared missing.
While receiving the report in his office, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal, commended the chairman of NAHCON, Abdullahi Mohammed, and its entire board members for their exemplary performance in Saudi Arabia, especially during the tragedies that occurred during the Hajj.

A statement by the Deputy Director of Press in the Office of the SGF, Bolaji Adebiyi, quoted Lawal as saying he was impressed with the conduct of the chairman in providing the government adequate and incontrovertible information about the crisis.
He assured the commission that the report would receive the prompt attention of the government.
Mohammed described the 2015 Hajj as “the most eventful in the history of Hajj operations in Nigeria,” with pilgrims witnessing two tragic events: the crane incident at the Grand Mosque in Makkah on September 11, 2015, and the stampede recorded in Mina on September 24, 2015.
“Nigeria recorded a total of 280 deaths from both events, while 43 are considered missing as their status have yet to be ascertained,” he stated.
Mohammed condoled with President Muhammadu Buhari, families of the victims and indeed, Nigerians on the loss of lives, with an assurance that the report submitted contained observations and indeed, recommendations that would ensure more successes during future Hajj exercises.
According to him, a total of 75,081 Nigerian pilgrims participated in the 2015 Hajj exercises, adding that “both the outbound and inbound flights were concluded well ahead of schedule.”
The Secretary-General of Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, had blamed the Hajj stampede on poor arrangement.
In an interview with our source, he had expressed sadness over the loss of lives “who could have been protected but were terminated due to circumstances that I believe were preventable.”
He had said, “I am not sure that in the two incidents that we cannot find any evidence of lack of preparation and lack of adequate provision for saving the lives of pilgrims. I am aware that Saudi Arabia is doing a fantastic job in terms of providing infrastructure but I also believe that (probably due to diversion of the limited resources and human resources they have), I want to believe that sufficient arrangement had not been made for the security of pilgrims.
“I may be wrong but whether I am right or wrong, I believe this can be ascertained by setting up an independent international panel comprising objective people; it is not just apportioning blames and sanctions, but that we work out a programme that will make this kind of incident preventable in the future and I think that what is important is to be able to avoid this kind of incident in the future.
“I want to believe that those charged with the responsibility of catering for the pilgrims should be held accountable for what has happened because we have contrary evidence and as of now, we do not know which one is correct. An independent panel that is not just local to Saudi Arabia will be able to establish what really happened.”

Joy it – Get refreshed by reading this article by Femi Ibitoye

The year is finally at the tail end. I know you had expectations, wishes and desires that topped your list since the beginning of the year. Some actually have become testimony and some seems as if God is not giving ears to them- and they seem to be the tough ones. Disappointments, broken heart, failed promises and all of it gather to make it seem as if you are off the track.

I have heard many a times when people say “a man is in charge of his happiness”. I somewhat agree with that affirmation. Happiness is a relative term. It takes the form of the external event at different periods. It changes overtime. Happiness is a product of the external environment that seeks to influence the internal. If what you cherish so much gets damaged, it has a way of affecting your mood and most likely your disposition for a particular period of time. It is natural. What happens externally then to a large extent has a way of defining if you’d be happy or not. A man who loses his source of income will not naturally begin to merry. In this case, you are not in charge of your happiness but how you react to the circumstance.
Man will keep running after happiness as long as he exist here on earth. Happiness is not final. It isn’t an end. That which you think will bring you happiness today will only in a matter of time extinct and become obsolete. You soon begin to desire more to stay happy.
Yes, I know how much those trying moments, disappointments and all of it hurts. If you seek to find peace through all of that, you’d still end up seeking for more. Your desires isn’t really the final
 point, some are already having those things you desire but at the moment wish they had something better. As much as I pray with you for God to grant those desires, it still won’t overly translate to a lasting peace. Happiness is temporal. Only thing that can sustain happiness is joy. In the midst of your pain, to have happiness you can #JoyIt.
Joy is fixed, it’s a product of your spirit. Joy springs from the Spirit and static. Your feelings change and this is why your desires will not guarantee a long-lasting comfort as it changes with time. Despite how you feel in the midst of unanswered prayers, broken promises, failed expectations the only tool to keep on keeping on and at the end encounter peace is employing joy.  
Joy is when you alienate your thought completely from the events around and concentrate on His word, promises and love. In this, you’d live a more stable life. Inside of this is unwavering peace. I must let you know it is even through this your desires can conform to His and responses become instant. You are not in charge of your happiness, Joy is. It is when a man knows there is more to his life than the failures (earthly things) he can keep going on strong.
“Since you became alive again, so to speak, when Christ arose from the dead, now set your sights on the rich treasures and joys of heaven where he sits beside God in the place of honor and power. Let heaven fill your thoughts; don’t spend your time worrying about things down here.” Col3vs1-3
It’s our month of thanks. You will always have a reason to feel unhappy and just think all is not well. Friend, you need to thank Him for you still have the sense of reasoning. Those circumstances? #JoyIt

@toyeolufemi 

[Video & Pics] CCN EKSU Chapter visits an orphanage home

Christian Charity Network (CCN), Ekiti State University Chapter’s visitation to Winning Children Foundation (WCF) was an awesome time. The children didn’t want us to leave but we had to.

WCF is not just an orphanage home but a home for vulnerable children
Check out the pictures below and the Video 
A Photo shot with the Children and Volunteers

CCN EKSU Chapter, the Volunteers and WCF

Some of our volunteers with some of the Children

Our little Donations

Prayer Section
Commissioner Deborah Preaching the Word

You can also watch our videos on youtube… Click below for one of them.

Almond nut prevents heart attack, diabetes – Expert

Almond nut prevents heart attack, diabetes – Expert
Mrs Aisha Abdullahi, a Nutritionist with a private hospital in Asokoro, Abuja, on Tuesday, said consuming almond nut helps reduce the risk of heart attack and diabetes, among other diseases.
She said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.
According to her, people who consume almond nut five times a week have 50 per cent reduction in risk of developing heart-related diseases as well as diabetes.
Abdullahi stated that almond nut added to daily diet helps lower bad cholesterol, protect against cancer as well as guard against damage of arteries.

She noted that consuming almond nut help lower the rise in blood sugar and insulin after meals which made it a good snack for diabetic patients as well as others.
The expert also added that consuming almond nut provides the body with essential and healthy fats required which also aids in weight loss.
She further mentioned that almond nut contain riboflavin and L carnitine nutrients which help boost brain functions, stating that it reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Abdullahi said: “Almond nut is packed with nutritional values such as Vitamin E, B, Magnesium, fibre, copper, protein, calcium phosphorous and iron.
“Consuming almond nut helps nourish the nervous system, regulate blood pressure, diabetes and also promotes longevity.
“Almond nuts are rich in proteins that are alkaline forming which helps alkalize the body, boost the immune system as well as prevent osteoporosis.
“Consumption of almond nut helps in maintaining a healthy bone, weight, healthy skin, good hair and dental care.
“Consuming almonds helps protect against stress, oxidative damage, and ageing due to its high contents in antioxidants.
“It also lowers risk of weight gain, lower calorie intake and helps promote gastrointestinal health.
“Almond nut help prevent gall stones, reduced risk of cancer and helps in energy production,” she noted.
She, however, suggested soaking the nut before consumption in order to get the nutrients, adding that its nutrients are released when soaked.
Abdullahi enjoined patients suffering from gall bladder stones and kidney disease to avoid excessive intake of almond nut.

NNPC to supply more fuel using major marketers, others

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) yesterday said it was going to expand supply of petrol to the hinterlands, using the facilities of major marketers and depot owners to keep supplies within the Christmas period stable.
NNPC said the measure is aimed at meeting up with a new directive of the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and its Group Managing Director, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, that the Pipelines and Products Marketing Company (PPMC) and Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) embark on renewed special supply intervention to ensure a country-wide availability of petroleum products for the Christmas.
NNPC said in a statement by its Group General Manager, Public Affairs, Ohi Alegbe, that  the special supply intervention entails the ramping up of additional supply via massive truck-out to guarantee product penetration to the nooks and crannies of the country.
The corporation stated that daily fuel truck out to locations such as Abuja,
Kaduna, Kano, Enugu, Ibadan and Jos have also been increased significantly to enhance free flow of products.
It stated that it would in this regard consolidate on its strategic alliance with some

major depot owners and oil marketers with strong regional logistics outlay in those areas to ensure maximum infiltration of products especially in the hinterland.
NNPC called on members of the public to refrain from hoarding, product diversion and panic buying of petrol, adding that the intervention measure would help circumvent the challenges posed by the unavailability of pipelines for the transportation of petroleum products.
It noted that product diversion was an economic crime and warned that it will not hesitate to report offenders to the security agencies for prosecution.

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo in Pictured With new Ooni Of Ife During Coronation (Photos)

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf
 Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife.see pictures below:
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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented President Buhari at the coronation and presentation of Staff of Office and Official Coronation of His Imperial Majesty Arole Oduduwa Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife. See more photos below – See more at: http://www.naijaloaded.com.ng/2015/12/07/vice-president-yemi-osinbajo-at-ooni-of-ifes-coronation-photos/#sthash.xHdAXWp3.dpuf