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A – Z List of Towns and Villages in Ebiraland With Zip Codes.

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Towns and Villages in Ebiraland – In This article i will be listing out the Towns and Villages in Ebiraland With Zip Codes from A-Z this article is still under development so its possible that some Villages might be measing because in this article i covered just 4 Local Government. Adavi, Okene, Okehi an Lokoja.

Towns and Villages in Ebiraland

Towns and Villages in Ebiraland
Towns and Villages in Ebiraland

Towns and Vilages in Okehi With Codes

Also Read: List of Clans in Ebiraland and the Towns & Villages They Dominate (Iresu Et’ebira) – Part 1

Abobo 264101
Aboze 264101
Aguro 264101
Ahosochi 264101
Akovito 264101
Aku 264101
Apipa 264101
Asango 264101
Atami 264101
Ebankoro 264101
Eborere 264101
Ege-OmavI 264101
Eika-Adagu 264101
Eika-Ohizenyi 264101
Enyiosiretu 264101
Okehi/Malicious
Eika-Eba 264101
Idajatu 264101
Idokere 264101
Ikaturu 264101
Imanu 264101
Inawe 264101
Inochine 264101
Inokoro 264101
Irapana 264101
Irekovi 264101
Iremariku 264101
Irewagere 264101
Irikuochakoko 264101
Irusuegeze 264101
Isuwen 264101
Obangede 264101
Obiete 264101
Obonibom 264101
Ogogoro 264101
Ohizenyi 264101
Ohori 264101
Ohuepe 264101
Ohuoze 264101
Okaito 264101
Okuhapa-Eba 264101
Okuhapa-Uvete 264101
Okunya 264101
Omavi 264101
Utoro/Osara 264101
Osade 264101
Osiro-Okehi 264101
Otokiti Village 264101
Otokoro 264101
Otutu-Are 264101
Ozare 264101
Ozietune 264101
Ozinete 264101
Uboro 264101
Uhuepa 264101
Uhuoze 264101
Uro 264101
Usungwe 264101
Zariagi 264101

Towns and Villages in Ihima With Zip Codes

Ahogede 264102
Akene 264102
Apamba 264102
Arawa 264102
Ebako 264102
Ebako Uvete 264102
Ebokechi 264102
Ebozohu 264102
Engwuhehe 264102
Enyahevu 264102
Epaka 264102
Ewuru 264102
Ichameba 264102
Ichamete 264102
Ichenya 264102
Inaruvete 264102
Inata 264102
Inuji 264102
Ichoko 264102
Idarere 264102
Ideziadobe 264102
Idieziakuta 264102
Idihiete 264102
Idohazi 264102
Ihuadu 264102
Ijiwu 264102
Ikinato 264102
Ikuehi 264102
Inareba 264102
Irikuta 264102
Irivo 264102
Irivogo 264102
Irivusechi 264102
Itakata 264102
Itutueba 264102
Obeiba 264102
Oboroke Eba 264102
Oboroke-Uvete 264102
Obuburu 264102
Odaire 264102
Odosi 264102
Ogbeigba 264102
Ohueta Eba 264102
Ohuete Uvete 264102
Okahachi 264102
Onyamina 264102
Opopocho 264102
Oride 264102
Oride Uvete 264102
Oruwhene 264102
Osikoyi 264102
Osikoyi Eba 264102
Otutueba 264102
Ozuvete 264102
Udioyivo 264102
Ugba 264102
Uhwa 264102
Ukako 264102
Ukowa 264102
Umenezi 264102
Uto Ruku 264102

Towns and Villages in Adavi With Zip Codes

Abagiri 264103
Adabi 264103
Adabunoze 264103
Adademe 264103
Adonukoko 264103
Adu 264103
Akobobe 264103
Aku 264103
Anyoke 264103
Anyoke Enyomo 264103
Atami 264103
Ateba 264103
Eba 264103
Ebenitutu 264103
Ebogogo 264103
Ege 264103
Etuta 264103
Idaboniyero 264103
Idakura 264103
Idare Karaworo 264103
Idato 264103
Idatochi 264103
Idkoyivo 264103
Igira 264103
Inagoncho 264103
Inechs 264103
Inumopa 264103
Ipaka Uvete 264103
Irepeni 264103
Iresuha 264103
Ireyietune 264103
Iriku-Obege 264103
Iriku-Ochakoro 264103
Irikura 264103
Irivoba 264103
Irivuyami 264103
Iruuochionami 264103
Karaworo 264103
Nagazi-Uvere 264103
Nagazi-Eba 264103
Ogaminama 264103
Ohuaguva 264103
Okuha Obanyi 264103
Okunchi 264103
Oniyeka 264103
Osara 264103
Osisi 264103
Oziokutu 264103
Ozuuri 264103
Uboroko 264103
Uhucheba 264103
Uhuodo 264103
Ukuroko 264103
Uro 264103
Utoro 264103
Zariagi 264103
Zango 264103

Towns and Villages in Lokoja With Zip Codes

Abezumwa 260103
Apata 260103
Arah 260103
Ashe 260103
Budon 260103
Buge 260103
Doji 260103
Eddo 260103
Ere 260103
Kompale 260103
Nambata 260103
Old Budon 260103
Taji Bakin 260103
Taji Chado 260103
Taji Gberuko 260103
Taji Kaji 260103
Taraba 260103
Tungangiwa 260103

Towns and Villages in Okene With Zip Codes

Acheze 263101
Adegu 263101
Agama 263101
Agasa 263101
Agimi 263101
Bariki 263101
Denku 263101
Emene 263101
Ide 263101
Idoji 263101
Inanup 263101
Inoziomi 263101
Inpyidara 263101
Irewagere 263101
Obassa 263101
Ochebanyi 263101
Ohiama 263101
Ohukede 263101
Oka 263101
Okene 263101
Okengwe 263101
Okuhepochi 263101
Ori Odumi 263101
Otutu 263101
Onyukoko 263101
Orietesu 263101
Orijah 263101
Owere 263101
Udi-Arehu 263101
Udiegba 263101
Upege 263101
Upogoro 263101

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Ebira Dictionary: 50 Ebira Words And Meaning in English. Vol. 2

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I have written about Ebira Words and Meaning in English Volume 1 in my past article last year, where I discussed about 50 Ebira Words and their meaning in English Language now I am back with another 50 Ebira Words With their translations in English language. Check Out The First Volume Here!

Ebira Words And Meaning in English

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50 Ebira Words And Meaning in English

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Ebira WordsEnglish Meaning
AgoroTin, Olden days Bus
AgoyiFulani
AguScent, Eczema
AguguCrocodile
AhaPlace, Space or Wellness
AhachiSpace between two farmlands
AhankataArgument
AhẹSong
AhẹẹSorry
Aha’ẹyẹnyiAnywhere
Aha’ẹyisiPrivate Part (Forbiden Part)
AhẹrẹVomit
AhiAir
AhihiCockroach
AhinaRat with straps like Zebra
Ah’ohuenyiBathroom
Ahọnọ1. Medicine,
2. Charm
AhọrisaDining Room
AhọviEbira Name
AhuLeg
AhuahuNakedness
AhuhuLung
AhukọrọPlace of work (Office)
Aja1. Crown,
2. Name of bird (Ajaokuta named after it)
AjẹEgg
AjẹngwuHut
AjiniToday
AkahaSide
Akahi50 Naira (Currency)
Akahina90 Naira (Currency)
Akahinta80 Naira (Currency)
AkanyaToughness
AkaraCake
AkẹbaAbove
AkẹnẹOpposite
AkereFrog
AkinaCoal that has Fire
AkoCup
AkọkọPepper
AkokoroShell
AkọrọWell-done
AkuvarivaLocust
AnapaPenis
AnẹPure White bird
AngwahiFear
AnọSalt
AnyaBlood
AnyengwuBad luck
AnyiTeeth
AnyuhaTeeth (Molar)

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Top 20 Ebira Native Names And Meaning For A Girl Child

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Ebira Native Names And Meaning For A Girl Child

I have written articles on Ebira Names and their meanings, but in this post i will be talking about Ebira Native Names that are peculiar to Girl Child Alone, I have also written article on 7 Ebira Native Predestined Names and their meanings, you can check it out also.

In my previous article i spoke about Ebira People’s Cultural Concept of Naming Ceremony where I analyzed the Ebira Cultural Ways of naming their children in the Olden Days.

Below i will share the names and i will point out few out of it with explanations please sit tight.

Ebira Native Names And Meaning For Girls

Ebira Native NamesMeaning in English
Oyiza (Oiza)Goodness
Isoyiza (Isoiza)A Good Thing
AhuoizaBlessing
IzeWealth
AsimiIf am given
OmayiozaBorn for Humanity
OmetereThe Doer of Good
OvayiozaKind Hearted Child
OnonoBeautiful one
OhuneneCalm One
OnozasiThe People’s Child
OrahachiBorn into Favor (Wealth Home)
AazeIf Allowed
AnangureyiThe Popular One
OrengwuThe Soft One
OkoivoThe Fat One
OremeyiThe One I Love
OzohuHuman is the best
OziohuChild is the best gift
Ebira Female Native Names and their Meaning

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Funeral Rites in Ebiraland

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Funeral Rites in Ebiraland
Funeral Rites in Ebiraland

Funeral Rites in Ebiraland – In Ebiraland we have two realms of human life… We have “Ehe” : the domain of the living and “Eku“: The land of the dead (also called “Idaneku“)
Human passage is from Ehe to Eku and back again, either in the form of a masquerade or a child.

We shouldn’t mistake the Ebira idea of “Eku” to the Abrahamic religions idea of Heaven.

Ebira idea of “Idaneku” is a strange land far away, where dead people go to after death, a land of shadow and uncertainty, to meet with the Divine where they are treated according to how they lived on earth (Ehe), there is means of coming back from Eku to revisit and reinhabit Ehe (land of the living).

The journey to “Idaneku” begins with the death of man and in the Ebira tradition, there are rites to be observed for a smooth transition from Ehe to Eku as this article will try to explain.

When the curtain falls in death for an Ebira man (woman), depending on his/her age at death, burial rites begins in earnest.

If the dead person is young (child, youth or a person yet to attain a grandparent status), the corpse is hurriedly buried, shrouded in an Ebira traditional cloth popularly called “Ita Oku Eta” and buried behind the compound such person lived in.
But in the case of an older person, the rites involved are as stated:

Funeral Rites in Ebiraland for an Older Person.

We should note that the rites for a male differ (albeit slightly) from that of a female.

When a person transition from Ehe to Eku, leaving a corpse, an announcement is first made within the compound the person lives then immediately a cloth (Ita oku eta) is hung up, also another cloth called “ubanito“(optional and used for only men) and other traditional wears are hung on the main entrance to the compound of the deceased, this cloth- hanging is called “Avahi” and it serves as an announcement or a sign to passersby that a person who lives in that compound is dead.

Messages are then sent to the relatives of the deceased both far and near to come and mourn their loved one.

In the past when walking was the only means of transportation, emissaries sent to far away farmlands to inform relatives of the death of a deceased, take days to get there and back, in order to preserve the body from decay, Anebira embalm the body using traditional methods.

Embalming Process in Ebiraland

A local form of Embalm which consist of placing the body on a raised surface called “Ode” in a room, then surrounding the Ode on the floor will be dry and heavy branches from an oil-bean tree called “Unechi“, this branches alongside some dry local herbs are burnt in a very low flame and the smoke directed towards the corpse.
Using this method a corpse can be preserved for a long time, making it easy for mourners to come from far and near to view it lying in state.

Funeral Rites in Ebiraland for a Man.

The main burial of an Ebira person is a two-day event and this is usually in accordance to a person’s wealth, sex and social status.

On the first day a local drum “Arigede” is beaten to formally notify the people of the death of the deceased, after which a masquerade Osamakuru dressed in palm fronds and black masked, goes round the village in a form of display, these usually happen in wee hours of the morning.

Following this is Ogugu, a dance procession round the village with the corpse (sometimes without it), the local pot drum “Anuva” is beaten and the children, relatives and well-wishers dance round the village carrying artifacts of the deceased showcasing his feats while he was alive, these (before the advent of pictures) may be his farming tools (if he were a farmer) or his bows and arrows (if he were a hunter). The mourners are usually dressed in the clothes of the deceased.

A masquerade (Eku Echichi) accompany the Ogugu and the corpse bearer (usually a strong and hefty man) swings the corpse in a circular motion and this stirs up cheers from the crowd.

Gunshots rent the air and people sing songs about the trials on earth and the transition of the deceased.

After the procession, the mourners return to the deceased compound where festivities continue, meals of pounded yam, yam and palm oil, Apapa (beans bread) are prepared in abundance for the people and a local drink made from guinea corn called “Eche Ayi” also known in some parts of the country as “Burukutu or Pito” is used to water down the food.
The wake for the deceased is done by the deceased friends and children in a solemn manner, they sing old songs and recount life’s trials and pray for the safe travel of dead to “Idaneku“.
Sometimes local singers are invited to add flair to the wake.

Early the next morning, a grave is dug, the site for the grave usually the deceased bedroom, the frontage of his house, middle of the compound or favorite area in the house.
An elderly person’s grave is never dug behind his house.

DRESSING OF THE CORPSE FOR BURIAL

In dressing the corpse, it is shrouded in the Ità o gede, Ubanito and Ita oku eta hung in the doorway, afterwards children and relatives presents different clothes for the burial of the deceased. The process is known as ” Tani Ita” (stretching of clothes).
At the end of the process, a reasonable pile of clothes is assembled for the burial. These cloths are to serve as coverings on his journey to “Idaneku“.

The burial is done with the corpse going down with Ità o gede, but Ita oku eta and Ubanito is usually removed from the corpse and given for the man’s reincarnation as a masquerade (Eku) and Ubanito given to a mystical masquerade called “Eku Oba“..
After the burial, local singers and the mourners continue to sing and dance.

In the night of the burial, a night masquerade wearing Ita-oku-eta (forbidden to be seen by the female folks) visits, announcing the safe passage of the dead to “Idaneku”( land of the dead), following this is night masquerade musical display.

Funeral Rites in Ebiraland for an Woman.

Upon the death of an Ebira woman, emissaries are sent to her relatives (her father’s people) called the ” Omenyi ” the call party is usually consist of the deceased children and some their paternal relatives.

A mild drama usually takes place upon the reporting of their mother’s death to their maternal relatives, they (the Omenyi) stage some form of annoyance demanding to know the cause of their sister’s death, they get angry for not being informed early enough and finally they demand for their sister’s belongings and body.

After pleadings and through the invention of elders who will try to pacify the angry Omenyi, they (the Omenyi) give leave to have their sister either buried in her husband’s place or be brought to them for burial. The acceptance from the Omenyi is usually greeted with dancing and rejoicing from the deceased children…

A popular song is sang “Omenyi ami oo doo mi irenu, Oka e ma si Oku ve” (my maternal relatives have accepted, I’ve been asked to bring the corpse).

Note, that without the consent of the “Omenyis” a woman cannot be buried, going against this have got bad consequences some of which are:

  1. Severing family ties
  2. Bad blood amongst families
  3. In some very bad cases. war.

After the Omenyi’s consent, a deceased woman is also wrapped up in Ita-oku-eta and Ità-o-gede provided by the “Omenyi” there is no Osamakuru to announce her death in the wee hours of the morning instead a solemn announcement called ” Onyiami Nyene (Good Morning Mother)”is done, also there is no Ogugu, it is replaced by Onyi Muruwei, what differentiate these two dances is that Ogugu takes along Eku echichi but Onyi Muruwei don’t have eku ehichi they are replaced with the carrying of “Enya Ohu“, a mystical artifact created by powerful women who have got the ability to commune with spirits.

The contents of Enya Ohu is unknown up to this present day, also there is no gunshot during onyi muruweyi.

An Ebira woman is usually buried with Ita oku eta provided by the Omenyi is used as a wrapper, head tie and a shroud. The Ita-oku-eta is not returned because a woman is not expected to reincarnate as an “Eku“.

There is no night masquerade to bring messages from Idaneku or any masquerade display.
Apart from the stated differences, the burial of an Ebira man/woman goes the same way.

After Burial in Ebiraland

After the burial of a deceased, a Nine (9) months mourning period is declared. During this period, none of the deceased properties is touched nor taken.

On the 9th month, the entire family of the deceased goes to the stream to wash and cleanse themselves, they go amidst drumming and dancing…
Cleansing themselves is a way to bade a final farewell to the deceased and cutting all ties with it. This day is usually on a market day and it also signifies the formal end to mourning.
After the washing, the properties of the deceased are shared and his/her room prepared for reoccupation by another person.

Conclusion

The burial rites described above is for non-titled men and women in Ebiraland.
The rite of burial for Tarus and Onokus are different from the above and will be discussed in subsequent series.

Forgotten culture (Part 1)

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50 Ebira Words and Meaning (Ebira Dictionary) Vol.1

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I have so much emails popping in my inbox about how people can get hold of Ebira Dictionary, and today i have come up with this article to give you at least In this article i will be going through some words in Ebira Language and will be translating it in English Language.

Ebira Dictionary
Ebira Dictionary

Before we continue first you have to look at Ebira Alphabets to know how to pronounce most of the Alphabets. i have written an article and uploaded audios on how to pronounce all of the Ebira Alphabets so click here to check it out

Ebira Alphabets in Ebira LAnguage

A, B, CH, D, E, Ẹ, G, I, H, J, K, M, N, NGW, NYH, O, Ọ, P, R, S, Ṣ, T, U, V, W, Y, Z

Ebira Dictionary Words and English Meaning.

This Ebira Words are listed alphabetically and I will be publishing 50 Ebira Words Weekly and we will like you guys to sponsor this Ebira Words (Ebira Dictionary) to be made in Hard Cover.

Ebira WordsEnglish Meaning
A’abaniAll of it
A’aban’vabẹAll of it together
A’abozaEverybody
A’ahẹFun Fair (Play)
A’ahiNose (Mucus)
A’amiMine
A’arẹFarm
A’aziGrandchild
AbaHips/ridges
AbamiCheek
Abara1. Family Circle
2. Compound
AchaFowl with scattered feathers
AchenaQuater
AchevaHalf
AchẹrẹColor
AchiClothing Material
AchigarigaChameleon
Achuchu200 (Two Hundred)
AdaFather
AdaguPond/Stagnant Water
AdangaraSelf-appraise slang in Ebiraland
AdavaShoe
AdaviLGA in Kogi State
AdavuMud
AdawuYour Father
AdayiOur Father
AdavurukuEbira Male Name
Adeeku1. Masquerade patron
2. Ebira Male Name: A Child Born During Masquerade Festival
AdeikaEbira Clan “Adeika of Nagazi.
AdejiRabbit
AdijọGoodbye
AdoguEbira Male Name: Especially in Wealthy Family
(Father of Property)
Adohu1. Market Male Patron
2. Ebira Male Name for a child born in the Market
AdohuejeHead of an Extended Family
Adomuha1. Father of a strong man
2. A male with huge body
AduhuọGoodnight
AgidiboSlit Drum
Agiga1. Ribs
2. Tropical palm tree specie that have a zinc-like wide round leaf. The leaf are widely used for roofing in Ebiraland in the Olden days.
AgaChair
AgadaThe space between legs
Agadagidi(Eku – Irahu) – Night Masquerade Dramatic Performer
AgaganaShrub family kind of domestic plant used for healing of swollen in body and serves as adhesives
AgaraSmall species of palm tree family used for making of mats in the olden days
AgeKettle
AgẹdẹFlat carved calabash (Ipa)
AgẹvaTown in Ebiraland
AgoTropical hardwood
AgogoClock
Ebira Words and Meaning.

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Alphabets in Ebira Language (With Ebira Word Examples)

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Alphabets in Ebira Language
Alphabets in Ebira Language.

Have you been wondering about what and how “Alphabets in Ebira Language” Looks Like and sound like? well in this article i will love to show you everything, sit tight and learn Ebira Language from Scratch.

Ebira Alphabets are somehow tricky so you have to learn well to understand each letters, I am also learning. I first wrote this article way back in 2015 and since then i have not revisit the article until now. While Going through article i came across so many mistakes which i have corrected.

In the table below you will be able to see the Alphabets, Ebira Word Examples and the the translation of the word examples in English Language for easy understanding.

Alphabets in Ebira Language

A, B, CH, D, E, Ẹ, G, I, H, J, K, M, N, NGW, NYH, O, Ọ, P, R, S, Ṣ, T, U, V, W, Y, Z

ABCHDE
GIHJ
KMNNGWNYH
OPRS
TUVW
YZ
Ebira Alphabets Table
Listen To Ebira Alphabets Pronunciation

Their are 27 letters in the Ebira Alphabet

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Ebira AlphabetsEbira Word ExampleMeaning in English
AAdaFather
BbẹbaUp
ChCheLittle
DDọTake
EEbiraAtitude
ẸtupaGroundnut
GGorigoSesame seed
IIrecheLie
HHanaTight
JJWait
KKanaShift
MMavẹI am Coming
NInStomach
NGWNgwehiEnter
NYHNyhasẹWelcome
OOromiOrange
dọbaElephant
PParahuPass
RRorẹyiThink
SSọviWhat
Take it
TTuBeat
UUnọCow
VVCome
WwuSnake
YỌyizaGoodness
ZIzẹizaTruth
Alphabets in Ebira Language With Word Examples
Ebira Alphabets With Word Examples

Now you have learnt all the Alphabets in Ebira Language (Ebira Alphabets) in my next article i will be talking about the Consonant and Vowel Sounds in Ebira Language.

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Top 10 Best Hotels in Ebiraland (Photos and Prices).

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Hotels in Ebiraland has been one of those search terms people searched for online every now and then, I have seen a situation whereby people searched for terms like the ones below:

Ebira Hotels, Hotels in Ebiraland, Hotels in Okene, Cheap Hotels in Okene, Best Hotels in Okene, Hotels in Nagazi, Hotels in Ihima and so on. So in this article i will be going over the best ones starting from number 1 to 10.

Hotels in Ebiraland
Top 10 Hotels in Ebiraland

Below are the list and i will be putting detailed description of each hotels below for good understanding and right descriptions please sit tight and read well to understand.

List of Top 10 Hotels in Ebiraland

S/NHotels NameLocationPrices in Naira
1Afims HotelsOkene Nigeria7,000
2DE-Hilltop Guest HouseG.R.A Okene5,500
3Dan-Sanusi Luxury HotelNagazi Uvete4,500
4Gamji HotelNagazi Uvete4,000
5Villa-U HotelG.R.A Okene4,000
6Billy Guest InnOgaminana3,500
7Queentos Hotel & SuitesNagazi Uvete4,000
8Rio Hotels & SuitesF.C.E Okene4,000
9Otal Hotel And Filling StationChecking Point Okene4,500
10Hotel DabrasInoziomiUnspecified
Hotels in Ebiraland (Okene)

Afims Hotels

Located within the heart of Okene, Afims Hotels with a nice swimming bath, out of doors lounge, gym, an upside terrace Afims Hotels have one of the foremost exquisite menus within the town. Guests may unwind at the bar and luxuriate in  an exotic drink. All rooms are centrally air-conditioned and equipped with the newest state-of-the-art technology, a high speed complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV, mini bar, tea & occasional creating facilities. Afims Hotels has family friendly rooms that are well-spaced and are centrally air-conditioned. High speed complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV, mini bar, tea & occasional creating facilities.

de hilltop
De-Hilltop Hotels

De-Hilltop Hotels

De-hilltop Hotels is specially designed for discerning leisure and business travelers, offers lodgings to guests at Anyoke Layout G.R.A. Okene in Kogi State, Nigeria.

DE-hilltop Guest House offers well embellished, stocked cool rooms fitted with AN large soft bed, TV with satellite channels, white goods, fan, wardrobe, mirror, mirror, chair and table, seat and private bogs. These rooms are divided into normal, Luxury, Executive, Diplomatic Suite and Presidential Suite. The on-the-scene building and bar serve an expansion of dishes, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks severally. Luggage storage, housework and area service are offered. on-the-scene parking and security are offered at DE-hilltop Guest House. DE-Hilltop Guest house is an inexpensive edifice in Okene, Kogi.

dan sanusi luxury hotel
Dan-Sanusi Luxury Hotel

Dan-Sanusi Luxury Hotel

You can’t help but love the serene environment of this beautiful hotel located at Okene. Accommodation is usually a source of comfort at Dan-Sanusi luxury Hotel which offers well-appointed rooms and suites.

The hotel creates a chic setting for a pleasant holiday during a great location.

Dan-Sanusi luxury Hotel offers neat rooms and suites that are well-appointed. Amenities included within the rooms are a TV, air-conditioning and a bed.

Our hotel rooms also are big and spacious, suitable for both business and leisure travellers.

Guest room categories ranges from luxury rooms to diplomatic suites to cater for each individual budget. Dan-Sanusi Luxury Hotel is a reasonable hotel in Okene, Kogi.
Check out the highest 300 hotels to remain and top places to travel by popular demand.

gamji hotel

Gamji Hotel

When you are travelling on a budget, you would like a clean, safe and affordable accommodation. Gamji Hotel & Suites offers you all that and more.

Gamji Hotel & Suites is found along Okene-Lokoja Expressway which makes it ideal for stopovers.

Our hotel is modern and clean. All our rooms are fully air-conditioned and really affordable too.

We have adequate parking lot and 6 rooms categories starting from standard rooms to presidential suites for our guests to settle on from. The suites are the most important in its class, styled individually, all has its own private bathroom and balcony. The garden setting will offer you the sensation of seclusion. Book an area with us. Gamji Hotel is a reasonable hotel in Okene, Kogi.
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The Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach for GYB

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Health Outreach is the extending of services or assistance to the Less privileged in the society. 

Individual and community empowerment are often key in improving health outcomes. This led to the birth of the Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach, which provides health-related services to Kogi residents and beyond who are at a socioeconomic disadvantage.

Typically, the services are to those that has been exposed to many health risk factors and has a higher prevalence of cancer, Diabetes, Prenatal Care, cardiovascular, sexually transmitted diseases, other health challenges compared with the general population.

OUR STORY

The Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach’s vision to saving lives was born following the realistic discovery of how Nigeria loses her hope of brighter future to needless deaths. The heart aching knowledge that at least two lives are lost in every two minutes because of lack of adequate medical attention to emergency victims spurred Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach to a trans-generational mission of saving the lives of indigent and vulnerable patients who are in emergency situations in public health institutions.

The Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach was officially birthed as from 2015 as a Non-profit Humanitarian Mission. This mission is faithfully committed to preventing needless deaths and preserving beautiful dreams by providing swift medical intervention to indigent patients, post-crash care to road traffic emergency victims and providing first Responders training to every segment of the Nigerian society.

A NEW ERA OF HOPE…

Since efforts towards health advocacy and influencing outcomes by various groups in the past has fizzled out tremendously due to weak institutional frameworks and lack of political will; the timely intervention of Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach has filled the gap and since then it has intervened to save the lives of over 5000 patients in the various Hospitals in Kogi and and Nigeria at large.

WHERE WE ARE NOW

Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach has in the last 5 years  been working with FRSC, Kogi State Federal Medical Centre, Okene Zonal Hospital,  National Orthopaedic Hospital, Kogi State Ministry of Health  and over 10 public health institutions in FCT, Abuja and Nigeria.

It has successfully provided live saving support for over 5000 Indigent patients with Primary Health care cases as well as post crash care for critically  injured accident victims. 

In  recognition of this, many reputable NGOs, bodies and individual have recognized the Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach as the BEST HEALTH SUPPORTING HUMANITARIAN CENTRE in Kogi State and Nigeria by extension.

WHERE WE HOPE TO BE

The Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach’s One  Fundamental Goal is to make every indigent of Kogi wealthy. It is the foundation of an effort to improve the health and well-being of the populace. It hopes to be the leading Humanitarian center for saving lives in Nigeria. It hopes to attain a height where there will be a Kogi or a Nigeria without people dieing due to medical bills challenges.

As for Pharm. Abdulkareem Asuku Free Medical Outreach, it hopes to make everyone wealthy, because being healthy is wealthy.

Siyaka Abdulrahim Ohindase.

Head, Asuku4GYB Free Medical Outreach

Music & Video: Binu Smart – Kebira ft Ebira All Stars.

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Binu Smart - Kebira ft Ebira All Stars.

KEBIRA (Speak Ebira) is a song centered at some Ebira People’s in diaspora behavior, where you meet with them and they either snob you or pretend to be non Ebira, this hurt a lot, most especially seeing parents speaking other languages to there children and neglecting there own.

I think we all should keep preaching the gospel to everyone, as people are really forgetting how to speak good Ebira Language these days, i am a victim though.

ARTISTS IN THIS CYPHER
Binu Smart Adeiza (Yakubu Binuyaminu)
Zulkaly
NickiBerry
Felixo
Lil Em
Gogo Lim
DollarDiickson
This song is a must download, update your playlist with this awesome song #Kebira download, listen, comment and share please…

Download Binoosmart Kebira mp3

Music: Jahffaru – Antidot (Download mp3)

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Jahffaru - Antidot
Jahffaru – Antidot

Jahffaru – Antidot Jahffaru the one of the best Afro Ebira Highlife Musician of all time just came through with another one he titled Auntidot, he rated this track 18+ so explicit content warning is attached.

You can download this song below and share with friends, we have also, make a link and audio available for iPhone users, you can get it on Audiomack below.

Download Jahffaru Auntidot mp3 here

For iPhone Users get it from Audiomack (Jahffaru)

Get it Here

Ebira Music: Zee – Ohomorihi (Download Mp3)

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Ohomorihi

Ohomorihi Zee is an Ebira Artist that has been featured in numerous songs and in so many musical projects. 

The Urgent 2k crooner is here again with another banging rhythm he titled Ohomorihi which means God in English Language….

Download Zee – Ohomorihi mp3

Video & Audio: Zakiru Ilyas – Salama (Ebira Islamic Song)

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Ebira Islamic Song – I have to upload this track because it is must listen to song, download the song below and share with friends and family. The song is special dedicated to our Prophet Muhammad(PBM) titled Salama. The video directed by Jahffaru.

Ebira Islamic Song Official Music Video.

Official Audio

Download Zakiru Ilyaz – Ebira Islamic Songs

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Counting of Numbers in Ebira Language.

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I have been trying to get my hands on counting in Ebira Language for a very long time now but the time has finally comes please let me show you people how to count in Ebira Language. Let’s get through with it.

Note that counting of money is different from counting of Numbers in Ebira Language.

Also note that the sounds of the alphabets are kind of different from each other for example is different from E, the same thing applicable to and O, and S and so on. To note this check the Ebira Alphates out and continue.

Also Read: 50 Ebira Words and Meaning (Ebira Dictionary) Vol.

Counting numbers uses the method of fingers, You count with fingers and because each hand has has 5 fingers so counting in Ebira Language is in the multiple of five 5.

Counting of Numbers in Ebira Language

Let’s start counting from 1 – 2000.

NumbersEbira
1ọnyi
2Ẹẹva
3Ẹẹta
4Ẹẹna
5Ẹẹhi
6Ihinoyi (Ehi Ronyi)
7Ihimba
8Ihinta
9Ihina
10Ẹẹwu
15Ẹẹwu Ri Ẹẹhi
20Oohu
25Oohu Rẹhi
30Oohu Rẹwu
35Oohu Rẹwu Rẹhi
40Ẹbẹẹva
50Ẹbẹẹva Rẹwu
60Ẹbẹẹta
70Ẹtarẹwu
80Ẹbẹẹna
90Ẹẹna rẹwu
100Ẹchẹhi
120Ẹchi Hinonyi
140Ẹchi Himba
160Ẹchi Hinta
180Ẹchi Hiina
200Irẹka
300Irẹka ri Ẹchẹhi
400Akava
500Akava ri Ẹchẹhi
600Akata
700Akata ri Ẹchẹhi
800Akana
900Akana ri Ẹchẹhi
1000Akahi
2000Akawu

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Assembly Refuses to Swear in PDP Lawmaker Elect in Kogi State.

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Kogi State House of Assembly has refused to swear in Hon Daniel Ojata Enefola of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as the elected lawmaker representing Ibaji State Constituency, despite the court judgment.



Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court, Abuja, had on the 29th January 2021 ordered the removal of Mr Atule Egbunu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and directed that he be replaced with the candidate of the party with the next highest votes in the December 5, 2020 by-election in the constituency.

Tribune Online reliably gathered that Hon Enefola who had collected his certificate of return from the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC) on March 1, 2021, is yet to be sworn in by the speaker of the Assembly, Prince Mathew Kolawole 44 days after the court ruling.

It was gathered that the PDP lawmaker had made several attempts to get to the speaker for him to perform his legislative duties but his efforts never yielded any positive result.

Information reaching Nigerian Tribune further revealed that the sacked lawmaker from the house Mr Egbunu has been attending sittings with the other 24 APC lawmakers in the Kogi State House of Assembly.

He (Egbunu) was present, on Tuesday, 2nd March 2021, when the house moved a motion of urgent public importance, “Attack On Gov. Yahaya Bello Is An Attack On Nigerian Youths, Senator Eyinnaya Abaribe To Apologize On National TV” sponsored by the Majority Leader Bello Hassan Balogun representing Ajaokuta State Constituency.

He was also present in the house sitting of Tuesday, 9th March where the lawmakers screened Secretary nominees from Yagba East and Yagba West Local Government of the State.

When contacted, the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) deputy Publicity Secretary, Comrade Mohammed Kabir described the action of the Assembly as a rape of democracy and a total disregard for the rule of law.

He also described those sitting in the house as Ibaji lawmaker as an impostor, just as he called on the appropriate authorities to look into the issue.

“On the 29th January 2021, a judgment by a Federal High court seating in Abuja sacked Hon Atule Egbunu of the APC, representing ibaji constituency in the Kogi State House of Assembly as a result of improper primaries.

“Consequently, the party with the next highest number of the vote was declared the winner of the bye-election conducted on 5th December 2020 which is PDP and her candidate, Hon Ojata Daniel Enefola.

“Our legal team put up several letters to the Kogi State House of Assembly for official notification. He also copied INEC for the issuance of a certificate of return to me. INEC in their procedure delayed for over 14 working days in case an order for stay of execution may originate from the trial court but none.

“On the 18th of February 2021, the defendant approached the appeal seeking an order for stay of execution which was struck out. Hence, INEC has no option but to give our candidate Certificate of Return after which our legal team wrote again to the Speaker seeking for our candidate inauguration on the 9th of March, 2021.

“Our candidate personally met with the speaker on the 9th March 2021 and he said he would refer the issue to the house committee on legal issues.

”The clerk confirmed receipt of the letters from our legal team. Our party appeal to appropriate authorities to intervene as what is happening is a violation of the rule of law and disrespect to an order of a court of competent jurisdiction.

“Allowing the sacked member to appear in the proceedings of Kogi State House of Assembly amounts to gross impersonation,” he added.

It was earlier reported that Daniel Enefola polled 4, 565 votes in the December 5, 2020 by-election coming second behind Mr Egbunu of the APC who polled 8,515 votes in the election.

His removal as the lawmaker representing Ibaji was sequel to a suit filed by a member of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the State, Mr Joseph Enemona.

The plaintiff (Enemona) challenged the nomination of the sacked lawmaker, Mr Egbunu, as the party’s candidate for the by-election after the demise of a two-time lawmaker in the constituency, Hon John Abbah.

The plaintiff who had sought to contest for the APC ticket with Mr Egbunu and five others, alleged in his suit that the party (APC) failed to hold any primary election.

According to the plaintiff in his suit, the organisers of the purported APC primary election came to the venue with a prepared result and deprived him and his agents of entry.

Meanwhile, all effort to speak with the speaker Prince Matthew Kolawole proved abortive, however, the Chief Press Secretary to the speaker, Mr Femi Olugbemi said the speaker was in a meeting and he can’t react on his behalf.