Few Words About Us


Incumbent OLUROKO - OBA ERUNMU,
HON. CHIEF OLUGBOLAHAN AREMU IJAOLA


The welcome speech of OLUROKO VIII, HON. CHIEF OLUGBOLAHAN AREMU IJAOLA

"I thank the Almighty God for sparing my life to be part of the launching of this internet network. In fact, that it happened during my leadership of ERUNMU community in OWU is an added blessing..."           Read The Entire Speech


Welcome home. Ilé Baba Kì n'ba m l'érù

Are YOU a member of the Ijaola family? Were YOU born, or married, into the Ijaola family? Are YOU a blood relation of the Ijaola family (no matter how distant)? Do you wonder where we came from, who we are, or the extent of our spread? Come and be counted amongst us.
 

You can contribute to the growth of this website

Tell other IJAOLA descendants about this site, and let them join
Use the yellow pages, and patronise other family members
Invite your kindred to events and functions
Post the link to this site on your social/business networks or websites
Volunteer ideas and suggestions on how to improve this site

 


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OLÚRÒKO Title Holders (Historical)

1. Oni 2. Ijaola (Koleosho) 3. Akinremi Adeotan (Awakan)
4. Oloyede Akinboye 5. Adekunle (Akinwande) Akinboye 6. Ogundairo
7. Jesse Oni 8. Olugbolahan Aremu Ijaola  
     

Chiefs in the Clan (Historical)

Oluroko Title Holders • Other Title Holders • Oluroko-in-council
     

ẸRÙNMU Family Compounds & Chieftaincy Titles

AGBO-ILE (Family Compounds) OYE OGBONI (ELDER CHIEFS) OYE OLOGUN (MILITARY CHIEFS)
Oluroko           ============ Oluroko Balogun
Onsa Oke      ========== Onsa Otun
Onsa Isale    ========== Osi
Aro                ============ Aro Ekerin
Gbelede         ============ Odofin Seriki
Base              ============ Base Are-ago
Alaluku          ============ Ontoye Jagunna
Alaa              ============ Alara Abese
Bagbo           ============ Bagbo Ogboye
Ejemu           ============ Ejemu Agba-akin
Ele                ============ Ele Lukotun
Mopola   Lukosi
Ajubua Oluwo Bada
Oju Abere Apena-Ola Asiwaju (Asaju)
Ogbere /Opere Apesin-Ola Asipa
Fajumo Ba'ajito Sarumi
Adelabi Ba'ajila Oganla
Oje Ba'amokun  

Geographic Spread (Current. Updated 20 October 2009)

AFRICA EUROPE AMERICAS ASIA/OCEANIA
Countries to be populated Countries to be populated Countries to be populated Countries to be populated
       

Occupational Spread (Current. Updated 20 October 2009)

• Business - • Military - • Clergy -
• Beauty/Fashion - • Agriculture/Food - • Manufacturing -
     
     

Families Related By Marriage (Historical)

Ogabiyi Litan Bamgboye
Lokosu Sowunmi Oguntominiyi
• Otubogun • Olasubulumi • Emdin

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