Ogun

(from the article `Itsekiri`) In traditional Itsekiri religion, Oritse is the supreme deity and creator of the world. Among the other deities are Umale Okun, god of the sea, and ...
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Ogun

state, western Nigeria, created in 1976 and comprising former Abeokuta and Ijebu provinces of former Western state, the latter carved out of former ... [1 related articles]
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Ogun

In Yoruba mythology, Ogun is a son of Obatala and Oduduwa. He was a warrior who won many battles and was rewarded with the kingdom of the town of Ire in the land of Ekiti given to him by Oduduwa.
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Ogun

State of southwestern Nigeria; area 16,762 sq km/6,474 sq mi; capital Abeokuta; population (1991 est) 2,333,700
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