ODE – OSOORO AND ILUTITUN – OSOORO IN ONDO STATE FROM 1900-1930

CHAPTER ONE

LAND OF PEOPLES

INTRODUCTION

It is noteworthy that reliance on oral traditions for reconstruction into the past of African communities has been declining1. llutitun Osooro  is one of the towns that make up ode Osooro or Osooro land as it is being called today.Moreover, Osooro is one of the town that make up Ikale Land2.

Historically, Osooro land is the melting point of Ikale tradition,being the home to one of the nine ikale groups which are Ikoya, Aye, Osooro, Irele, Idepe,Erinye, Iyansan, Igbodigbo and Igbinsin Olooto. Ilutitun Osooro despite migrating from Ode Osooro or Osooro land still shares common things with each other3.

  • GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF OSOORO LAND

Osooro which consist of towns, villages and hamlets, namely; Ilutitun, Ijudo, Omo, Igbotako, Iju-oke, Ilado, Agbetu, Abusoro, Akinfosile, Omotosha among others is situated in Okitipupa local government area of Ondo State. The town is approximately 172 kilometers from Akure, the state capital, Osooro’s neighbours to the east are the Edos (Benin, Edo States) Osooro is surrounded by rolling hills and valleys with fresh springs and rivers that rises before employing into the lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean. Blessed with natural resources (Kaolin for paint and chalk, Bitumen for natural asphalt); palm plantains stretched across the land4.

      Ilutitun, Osooro and Ode – osooroare two different communities which are not too far from each other. When coming from Okitipupa, Ilutitun – osooro is a five (5) minutes’ drive from Ode – osooro.Ilutitun – osooro is bounded by mountains on the southern part and Ayila on the western part. While on the Northern side, it shares the same boundary with Iju – odo as well as Ikoya and on the eastern frontier, it is bounded by the land of Gbinsio – olooto people5.

      The weather of Ilutitun – osoorois typified by equatorial hot and wet condition with an average temperature of about 26-50, the vegetation is made up of fresh water, swamp forest which soon merges into ever green rain forest as one modern bore holes water supply, the town was blessed with a number of rivers could be obtained; these include Osooro, Omuo, Ohen, Lolifan, Erifunfun, Losooro, Jokore, Lagbudu, Aboisa, Sengen – senpen, Baseren and Eriheki6.

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