ISE DESCENDANTS UNION, IDU

Ekiti State Nigeria
Ekiti was an independent state prior to the British conquest. It was one of the many Yoruba states in what is today Nigeria.
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The Yoruba People
The ancient mythology of the Yoruba people is a major religion in Nigeria, claimed by its devotees to be one of the oldest religions in the world and still practiced today.
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HISTORY OF ISE-EKITI

HISTORY OF ISE-EKITI

Ise-Ekiti is the headquarters of Ise/Orun Local Government Area of Ekiti State. It is situated within the geographical coordinates of 7°27′36″N and 5°25′12″E. With a population of about 204,022 in 2007, Ise-Ekiti is the 44th largest city in Nigeria. Ise-Ekiti is bounded by Ado Ekiti and Gboyin Local Government Areas on the north, Emure Ekiti Local Government Area on the east, Owo Local Government Area on the south, and Akure-North and Ikere Ekiti Local Government Areas on the west. Ise-Ekiti is located in the rain forest zone of South-Western Nigeria, where rains are steady and fall almost evenly throughout the wet season (April – October).  

Vision Statement

To help build a secured, proficient, and flourishing Ise-Ekiti, with comfortable indigenes.

Mission Statement

To blaze a trail for the coming generations, through the mobilization of infrastructure, services, training, and tools, for Ise-Ekiti to be productive, and the indigenes to live in dignity.

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Ekiti State Nigeria

The Ekiti people are culturally homogeneous and highly intellectual agriculturalist Yoruboid-speaking people that forms a sub-group of the larger Yoruba ethnic group of West Africa,…
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The Yoruba People

The ancient mythology of the Yoruba people is a major religion in Nigeria, claimed by its devotees to be one of the oldest religions in…
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