2 edition of Ile-Ife and Modakeke relations found in the catalog.
Ile-Ife and Modakeke relations
|Statement||by Kayode Akinlawon.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.9.I325 A38 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||99196718|
Gender, storytelling and peace construction in a divided society: A case study of the Ife/Modakeke conflict Olakunle Michael Folami1* and Taiwo Akanbi Olaiya2 Abstract: Storytelling has become a peacebuilding tool used by both men and women following the protracted conflict between Ile Ife and Modakeke in the Ife Kingdom in Osun State, Nigeria. Not only did the Modakeke enslave the Ife, they also set Ile-Ife on fire and its people fled to Isoya, Ipetumodu, Araromi, Oke Igbo, etc.4 Between and , inter-group relations between the Ife and Modakeke were characterized by mutual.
By Sodiq Lawal. Some youth groups in Modakeke have called on the Osun State Governor, Ogbeni. Rauf Aregbesola, and security agencies in the state to intervene in a fresh crisis brewing between residents of Ile Ife and Modakeke over allegations of land encroachment. Some youth groups in Modakeke have called on the Osun State Governor, Mr. Rauf Aregbesola, and security agencies in the state to intervene in .
Ife/Modakeke crisis Archives – Premium Times Nigeria. This balance, however, can only be met if the roots of the conflict s are traced and treated fairly. Samuel Johnson who described in details the events that occurred in his book, History of the Yoruba: This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. In this book, Suzanne Preston Blier examines the intersection of art, risk and creativity in early African arts from the Yoruba center of Ife and the striking ways that ancient Ife artworks inform society, politics, history and by: 5.
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the ife-modakeke conflict, conflict resolution and peace building in a composite communityAuthor: BUKOLA ADEYEMI OYENIYI. The Ile-Ife and Modakeke intra-communities in Osun State are located approximately on latitude 7°29’N - 7°30’N and longitude 4°32’E - 4°34’E (Figure 1).
They have a total land area of about square kilometres. Ife/Modakeke share boundaries with Ibadan to the east,File Size: KB. IFE PsychologIA. Tape recorder was employed to collect data.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Going by this analysis, the lessons from the Ife-Modakeke crisis makes a good study because of its strategic importance in Yoruba history; and. Modakeke”. Therefore, he stated Modakeke should continue to remain under the old Oranmiyan Local Government with Ile-Ife as the headquarters.
The resumption to party politics in re-awakened the crises, with the Modakeke renewing their bid for a separate local government council. The Modakekes hoping to better their.
Opinion - In a new twist to the seemingly unending Ife/Modakeke crisis, the Modakekes, having waited in vain for the implementaion of the recommendations of the Bode George led peace panel.
There is no family in Ile-Ife that does not have relations in Modakeke, because we have interwoven and married each. The crisis did not, at the end, do anybody any good.
The first Ife-Modakeke crisis occurred be-tween and (Albert, ; Oladoyin, ). This marked the beginning of an age-long communal violence between the Modakeke and the aboriginal communi-ties in Ile-Ife. Historical account of the ori-gin of Ife-Modakeke crisis as stated by Al-bert, () is that an Ife Chief.
When in January, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Okunade Sijuade and the Ogunsua of Modakeke Oba Francis Adedoyin embraced each other after a peace meeting convened to end the Ife-Modakeke conflict by the then military administrator of the state, Colonel Theophilus Bamigboye, many thought that peace had at last found home in the troubled communities.
A peace at the cradle symbolises peace within the whole nation, a fact duly recognised by our President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo by his timely and continuous intervention in the protracted Ife/Modakeke crisis and his present utmost concern for the on-going political rancour and mayhem in Ile-Ife.”.
Modakeke in Osun State, South West Nigeria, with a population of close toModakekes are also known as the "Akoraye" and have a history of valor at war and are prosperous farmers.
History. The Oyo Empire due to internal conflicts among the Senior chiefs, fight among themselves over the Sango Throne the Yoruba kingdom was thrown into confusion and the.
Ife-Modakeke Relations pre Historically, Ile-Ife is widely acclaimed to be the cradle of the Yoruba group. Owing to its.
The conflict between the Ife and Modakeke appears to be a protracted and seemingly intractable intra-ethnic conflict that has continued to pit two groups of the same ethnic background against one. The Modakeke, descendants of Oyo, sought asylum in Ile-Ife due to the early nineteenth century Yoruba civil wars that brought down the old Oyo empire.
As a Yoruba people themselves, the Modakeke appealed to tradition and to the image of Ile-Ife as the ancestral home of all Yoruba people. Ile-Ife and Modakeke are peaceful adjoining towns in Osun State today but that is not all there is to their story.
For many years, the two communities were in a deadly conflict with each other, a. Other articles where Modakeke is discussed: Ile-Ife: build the walled town of Modakeke just outside Ife, he was poisoned.
After Ife declared war () against Ibadan, its forces were repulsed when they attacked Modakeke. Shortly afterward a combined army from Ibadan and Modakeke.
History of Ife/Modekeke Crisis Words 19 Pages HISTORY OF MODAKEKE Modakeke is a town in Osun State, South West Nigeria, with a population of close to three hundred thousand Modakekes are also known as the "Akoraye" and have a history of valor at. According to Rev. Samuel Johnson, Oba Olubuse wiped away Modakeke from Ile-Ife.
In his book, The History of Yoruba, he wrote: “Thus, it came to pass that, on 27th day of March,twenty-three years after the imposition of the Treaty, the town (Modakeke) was broken up.
The King (Ooni of Ile-Ife) The Oòni (or king) of Ife is a descendant of the godking Oduduwa, and is counted first among the Yoruba kings.
He is traditionally considered the st spirit (Orisha), the only one that speaks. In fact, the royal dynasty of Ife traces its origin back to the founding of the city more than ten thousand years before Climate: Aw.
Utilizing a case study of ethno-political conflict in the Ile-Ife and Modakeke communities of South Western Nigeria, the paper investigates how the local academy has sought to survive as a zone of diversities located in host cit(ies) with rigidly structured mythicohistories and conflicting geopolitical by: 1.
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education Cited by: 1.The paper advocates the need to sustain an accurate history of the Ife-Modakeke relations; implementation of social justice; and the disarmament of the members of the two communities to engender sustainable peace and the total prevention of the conflict from reoccurring.The Ifes And Modakekes!!
- Politics (2) - Nairaland. I'm Ijesha(both parents have been in Ilare since ) I was born and raised in Ile-Ife. Now the question is what can you bring to the discourse of Ife-Modakeke relations(war) from "Yoruba Historical Society(defunct)led by Prof Saburi from Prof Banji Akintoye,J F Ade.