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  • ...r, he was a provincial clerk. From there on, he became the chairman of the Okene Town Council. [[Category:Okene]]
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  • ...from Ebiraland who held a native chieftancy title within the Agada clan in Okene. ...friend and associate of Atta Ibrahim who was appointed the native ruler in Okene in 1917. He worked with Ibrahim's native administration system in propagati
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  • '''Isa Obaro''' is an Okene born lawyer and politician who was the Kwara State Attorney general in 1975 ...ttended a Native Authority Elementary School in 1940 and then proceeded to Okene Middle School in 1947. He later attended the Government College, Zaria, Nig
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  • ...ria. He is also a philanthropist who has invested in community projects in Okene and in endowments at some major Nigerian universities. [[Category:Okene]]
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  • [[Category:Okene]]
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  • [[Category:Okene]]
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  • ...illage'. He was educated at the Baptist Mission elementary school at Mopa, Okene Middle School and [[Barewa College]], Zaria. At Barewa, he was a member of
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  • ...obe, Kogi State. He attended Dekina Higher Elementary School, (1943-1948), Okene Middle School, and Barewa College, Zaria, (1950-1954), while at the college
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  • On August 27, 1991, five local government areas, namely Oyi, Yagba, Okene, Okehi and Kogi were also excised to form part of a new state called Kogi,
    6 KB (910 words) - 19:55, 18 May 2008
  • ...provinces including Ibadan where he was welcomed by [[Okunola Abass]], at Okene, welcomed by Atta Ibrahim, Lagos.
    7 KB (1,154 words) - 15:55, 24 April 2011
  • ...ter the daughter who now had a Muslim name, Zainab married Abdulsalami. In Okene which had now emerged as the center of power in Ebiraland after subsequent
    18 KB (2,946 words) - 19:09, 13 August 2008
  • *Yusuf Amoka - Okene - NPN
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  • ...n the Niger Delta, he turned northward. He preached at Idah, Lokoja and at Okene, the main town of the Igbira tribe. In the last mentioned place he made man
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  • ...barra, Ibara, Kotokori, Katawa, Kwotto, Igbira, Egbira, Egbura. Dialects: Okene (Hima, Ihima), Igara (Etuno), Koto (Igu, Egu, Ika, Bira, Biri, Panda). A di ...gi State, Okene LGA, Ogori and Magongo towns, ten miles south southwest of Okene. Alternate names: Oko, Ogori-Magongo. Dialects: Oko (Ogori, Uku), Osayen (
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