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eBook History of Lagos, Nigeria: The Shaping of an African City (An Exposition-University book) ePub

by Takiu Folami

  • ISBN: 068249772X
  • Category: Africa
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Takiu Folami
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Exposition Pr of Florida; 1st edition (October 1, 1981)
  • Pages: 175
  • ePub book: 1738 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1459 kb
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Modern and Traditional Elites in the Politics of Lagos. Cambridge University Press. p. 150. ISBN 9780521204392.

This biography of a member of an African royal house is a stub.

p. 22. ISBN 9780682497725. v. t. e. Obas of Lagos. This biography of a member of an African royal house is a stub.

Folami, Takiu (1982). Modern and Traditional Elites in the Politics of Lagos. Cambridge University Press, 1975. Smith, Robert (January 1979). The Lagos Consulate, 1851-1861. University of California Press, 1979. 4. ISBN 9780520037465. Cole, Patrick (1975-04-17). 12.

History of Lagos, Nigeria. Published October 1981 by Exposition Pr of Florida. History, Yoruba (African people).

Lagos was annexed by the Oba of Benin in the sixteenth century on the site of an earlier Yoruba settlement, and was known as Ek.

Lagos was annexed by the Oba of Benin in the sixteenth century on the site of an earlier Yoruba settlement, and was known as Eko. The rulers of Lagos since then have all descended from the Benin warrior Ashipa who was the first Governor of the town, while the land owning aristocracy (Idejo) are Yoruba who trace their lineage to Chief Olofin  . pp. 3–4. Williams, Lizzie (2008). 110. ISBN 1-84162-239-7.

Sociocultural Dimensions of Nigerian Pidgin Usage (Western NigerDelta of Nigeria. Sociocultural Dimensions of Nigerian Pidgin Usage (Western NigerDelta of Nigeria. Retrieved 26 July 2017.

ISBN 10: 068249772X ISBN 13: 9780682497725. Publisher: Exposition Pr of Florida, 1981.

Publisher:Exposition-Phoenix Press, Incorporated.