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Meaning of olofin from wikipedia

- olòrún is the yorùbá name given to one of the three manifestations of the supreme god in the yoruba pantheon . olorun is the owner of the
- navy captain kayode olofin-moyin was appointed military administrator of ogun state , nigeria from august 1998 to may 1999 during the
- oduduwa, olofin adimula, emperor and first suzerain of the yoruba, was the oba of ile-ife . his name, phonetically written by yoruba
- under the leadership of the oloye olofin, the awori moved to an island now called iddo and then to the larger lagos island.
- the awori are direct descendants of olofin, one of the sons of oduduwa - the father of the yoruba nation. as such, in accordance with
- according to traditional historians, the ile-oluji people were olofin's gate-keeper or 'eku' meaning 'door'. they are known by this name
- some of his plays include moremi ajaasoro performed as the western zone’s entry for the festival of nigerian plays(festina 2003); olofin
- (military) , kayode olofin-moyin , administrator , august 1998 , 29 may 1999 , (military) , olusegun osoba , governor , 29 may
- those who got their crowns back were the original land owners (olofin's children). modern-day lagosians have so intermingled that no
- omiran adebolu, who was a member of the olofin family of ile-ife , founded esa-oke after he left ile-ife in 1184 a.d. occupation