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Ekiti Ijero is a city in the state of Ekiti in West Africa. "Ekiti Ijero" relates to a shared thinking or reciprocal comprehension located in the northwestern part of the Ekiti state. Since 1976, Ijero Ekiti has been the seat of the Municipality of Ijero. It has other parts of the city under its command such as Ijurin Ekiti, Ikoro Ekiti, Iroko Ekiti, Ayegunle Ekiti, Ipoti Ekiti, Iloro Ekiti, Temidire Ekiti, Ilukuno Ekiti and others are Epe Ekiti, Ara Ekiti, Araromi Ekiti, Oke Oro Ekiti and Odo Owa Ekiti.
Ijero Ekiti's native languages are the Ekiti and Yoruba dialects. Ekiti Ijero is coordinating in the uptown at 07:42. The municipality of Ijero borders the municipality of Moba to the northeast, the municipality of Ido Osi to the west, Irepodun/Ifelodun to the west, Ekiti West to the northwest and Ila Orangun to the northwest.
Ekiti Ijero is about five (5) hour ride to Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, and about four (4) hour ride to Lagos City Metropoly and about twenty (20) minute ride to Ado Ekiti, the capital of the state of Ekiti. Ijero Ekiti is the second biggest city in the state of Ekiti with a total of 222,000 inhabitants, as shown by the 2007 survey.
Ijero' s indigenous administration has a largely agricultural community that produces agricultural products such as cacao, cola nut, coffees, kola, cashews and wood. Ekiti Ijero is also the home of natural treasures such as tourmalines, colombats, vespers and crystals. Ekiti is represented at both the national and state levels in the community governments, including the Telecommunications Centre, Mobile Network Base Stations, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), Policing Headquarters, Special Hospitals, factories, sawmills, factories, Bakery, petrol stations (both micro and private banks), colleges (Primary, High School of Health Technology, Ekiti State Cooperative College and Ijero EkitiGTK.).
Ekiti Ijero is the home of our cultural and cultural traditions, the importance of which is traditionally attached to our clothing. Men's gown in Buba and Sokoto with matching hat, while the women's gown in Iro and Buba with gel (headband), the chieftain's gowns in classic clothing and with pearls on necks and wrists of both men and women chieftains.
Abokoaye is the main empress, while Eyegun, the chieftain of Ijero Ekiti, is the leader of the woman in the realm. Owa Ajero (King of the Ijero) always dresses in large clothes named Agbada with pearls and a wreath on his wrist and throat. The Abokoaye is the leader of all Oloris (queens) in the whole of the Ijero Empire and also has his own seat.
During the Ijero Culture Festivals there is a special ceremonial drums only ever played for Abokoaye and this drums can only be played by a chieftain whose name is chieftain Alugbedu from Oke-Oro, while the high chieftain Obanla is the second commander of Owa Ajero and chieftain Egbedi is the highest safety for Owa in the whole realm and other important chieftain in the line.
Chief-Olotin, Chef Esinkin, Chef Olorogun, Chef Asosanyi, Chef Egbedi, Chef Asaba, Chef Aasan et Chef Saloro sind die Hüter des kulturellen Erbes in Ijero Ekiti. The Ijero contains a number of chapels, among them the Seventh-day Adventist Cathedral, a Romanesque Cathedral, the Christ Child and the Christ Apostolic Cathedral, the Redeemed Christian Cathedral of God and the Victor's Chapel.