Ibadan

What is Ibadan known for?


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;itemsPerPage 10&region world&state fo:D#fo:D title Average Conditions: Ibadan, Nigeria publisher BBC Weather accessdate 29 June 2010 date August 2010 Administration There are eleven (11) Local Governments (Local Government Areas of Nigeria) in Ibadan Metropolitan area consisting of five urban local governments in the city and six semi-urban local governments in the less city. Local governments at present are institutions created by the military


made popular

Worry in Ondo and Ayinde Bakare,Dele ojo, Ik Dairo Moses Olaiya (Baba Sala). sakara (Sakara music) played by the pioneers such as Ojo Olawale in Ibadan, Abibu Oluwa, Yusuf Olatunji, Sanusi Aka, Saka Layigbade. Fuji (Fuji music), which emerged in the late 60s early 70s, as an offshoot of were ajisari music genres, which were made popular by certain Ibadan singers musicians such as the late Sikiru Ayinde Barister, Alhaji Dauda Epo-Akara and Ganiyu


ancient military

Thenigerianvoice.com date 2008-05-23 accessdate 2014-02-18 * Adegoke Adelabu, a fearless nationalist and pioneering politician * Bobby Ologun, a K-1 fighter who is very popular in Japan * jibsai, Nigerian Rap artiste and CEO RapaTainer Factory was born in ibadan * Oluyole, an ancient military commander * Papalolo, comedian, member of Awada Group * Sade Adu, frontwoman and lead vocalist


music played

Kuti or "Gani Irefin. Another popular genre is waka music played and popularized by Alhaja Batuli Alake and, more recently, Salawa Abeni, Kuburat Alaragbo, Asanat Omo-Aje, Mujidat Ogunfalu, Misitura Akawe, Fatimo Akingbade, Karimot Aduke, and Risikat Abeawo. In both Ibadan (Nigeria's largest city), and Lagos (Nigeria's most populous city), these multicultural traditions were brought together and became the root of Nigerian popular music. Background Goldberg


traditional power

books?id LtAkDl3OrQgC&pg PA236&dq awolowo+1954#v onepage&q awolowo%201954&f false title Nigerian Chiefs: Traditional Power in Modern Politics, 1890s-1990s author Olufemi Vaughan date work publisher accessdate By then the population had swelled to 120,000. The British developed the new colony to facilitate their commercial (commerce) activities in the area, and Ibadan shortly grew into the major trading (Trade) center that it is today. Education


fashion beauty

crown, and ''fila'' means cap. The city of Kufi is located in Yoruba (Yoruba people)land near Ibadan. Other West African names include ''fula'', ''fila'', and ''malo hat''. This cap is called a kofia (Kofia (hat)) in the Swahili language of East Africa ref name "Mzuri Kaja


national agricultural

under the auspices of the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria; and the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria. Before the dissolution of the Western Region, Nigeria, Ibadan and its environs were the home of the most sophisticated and liberal scientific and cultural community on the continent


music style

2010 '''Tunde Nightingale''', a.k.a., "Western" was a native of Ibadan, the largest city in both Nigeria and Africa. An incredible guitarist with a sonorous voice to boot, he was best known for his unique Jùjú music style, following in the tradition of Tunde King. Born in Ibadan in the late-1940s, his contemporaries included Ayinde Bakare, I. K. Dairo and Dele Ojo. Nightingale was credited with the Owambe system, which was popular among Lagos socialites, who eagerly sponsored him on a tour abroad. When he returned, he signed with the TYC label and recorded over 40 albums in his career. Modern stars like King Sunny Ade and Queen Ayo Balogun continue to be influenced by his style. Apart from the fact that he "sounded," literally, like the proverbial singing bird, "Nightingale," he also kept a live Nightingale bird in his home.


musical career

: www.nigeriadailynews.com leaders ad.asp?blurb 112 Musical rise I.K. Dairo's musical career entered the fast lane when he founded a ten piece band called the Morning Star Orchestra in 1957. In 1960, during the celebration of Nigeria's independence, the band was called on to play at a party hosted by a popular Ibadan based magistrate. With a lot of prominent Yoruba (Yoruba people) patrons at the venue, I.K. Dairo showcased his style of Juju music and earned attention and admiration from other Yoruba patrons present, many of whom later invited him to gigs during cultural celebrations or just lavish parties. In the early 1960s, he changed the band's name to Blue Spots and he also won a competition televised in Western Nigeria (Western Region, Nigeria) to showcase the various talents in Juju music. During the period, he was able to form his own record label in collaboration with Haruna Ishola and achieved critical and popular acclaim and fame.


current line

Current line-up * Saffron (Saffron (singer)) - (Samantha Sprackling, born 3 June 1968, Ibadan, Nigeria) - vocals (singing) * Tim Dorney - (born 30 March 1965, Ascot (Ascot, Berkshire), Berkshire) - keyboards (Keyboard instrument) right thumb 250px Trinidad Regional Virus Laboratory (File:Virus Laboratory Fieldwork.jpg) Field Assistant, Nariva Swamp, Trinidad. 1959 In 1950 the Foundation mounted a major program of virus research, establishing field

Ibadan

'''Ibadan''' ( or fully (Ìlú) Ẹ̀bá-Ọ̀dàn, (the city at) the edge of the savannah) is the capital (Capital (political)) city of Oyo State and the third largest metropolitan area, by population, in Nigeria, after Lagos and Kano, with a population of over 3 million Ibadan is also the largest metropolitan geographical area. At Nigerian independence, Ibadan was the largest and most populous city in the country and the third in Africa after Cairo and Johannesburg.

Ibadan is located in south-western Nigeria, 128 km inland northeast of Lagos and 530 km southwest of Abuja, the federal capital, and is a prominent transit (Public transport) point between the coastal region and the areas to the north. Ibadan had been the centre of administration of the old Western Region (Western Region, Nigeria) since the days of the British (British Empire) colonial rule, and parts of the city's ancient protective walls still stand to this day. The principal inhabitants of the city are the Yorubas.

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