Who is the chairman of ogbomoso?
Ogbomosho North is a Local Government Area in Oyo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters is in Ogbomoso and currently headed by Chairman Oladeji A….
|• Local Government Chairman and the Head of the Local Government Council||Akanji Kabir Ayoade (PDP)|
Who is the founder of ogbomoso?
Soun Olabanjo Ogunlola Ogundiran
The founder of Ogbomoso, Soun Olabanjo Ogunlola Ogundiran, was the first Soun of Ogbomoso.
What is the name of Ogbomoso King?
Jimoh Oyewumi, Ajagungbade III
|Jimoh Oladunni Oyewumi, Ajagungbade III|
|Ṣọ̀ún of Ògbómọ̀ṣọ́|
|Soun of Ogbomoso|
|Reign||24 October 1973 – 12 December 2021|
|Coronation||14 December 1973|
Is Lautech in ogbomoso north or south?
LAUTECH main campus is located in Ogbomoso, Oyo, Nigeria, with geographical coordinate 8° 8′ 0″ North, 4° 16′ 0″ East. This is where most of the University’s teaching and research are carried out.
When was Ogbomoso created?
Founded in the mid-17th century, it remained a minor outpost of the Yoruba Oyo empire until the beginning of the Muslim Fulani conquests of Oyo in the early 19th century. By surviving the Fulani onslaught, the walled town attracted many Oyo refugees and became one of the largest Yoruba settlements.
Is Kano the largest city in Nigeria?
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When was Ogbomoso Soun crowned?
How old is the tortoise in Ogbomoso?
344 years old
A royal palace in Nigeria has announced that its resident tortoise has died following a short illness, saying it was a remarkable 344 years old. The tortoise, named Alagba, meaning elderly one, lived in the palace of Ogbomoso in Oyo state.
Who is the owner of LAUTECH?
As of 20 November 2020, National Universities Commission (NUC) gives ownership of LAUTECH to Oyo State Government under Governor Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde.
What is the meaning of LAUTECH?
LAUTECH stands for Ladoke Akintola University of Technology.
Which state is Ogbomosho in Nigeria?
Ogbomosho, town, Oyo state, southwestern Nigeria. It lies on the Plateau of Yorubaland (elevation 1,200 feet [366 m]) in an area of savanna and farmland and at the intersection of roads from Oyo, Ilorin, Oshogbo, and Ikoyi.