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Ago Iwoye is a city in Ijebu North Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. It is one of the most populous city in the state. The city is made up of seven strategic districts which each an every quarters has his own oba known as king include (The Lewu of Idode kingdom,) (Obamowo of Imere kingdom,) (Obaruwa of Isamuro kingdom,) and The paramount ruler Ebumawe of Ago iwoye Ibipe, (The Oso Olu of Imososi kingdom) (The Mefu of Igan kingdom,) and The Sapenuwa of Imosu kingdom. above all Oba Abdulrazak Adenugba is the current Ebumawe (monarch) of Ago-Iwoye . The state-owned university, Olabisi Onabanjo University, 1982, is here.
Amongst the prominent indigenes of Ago Iwoye are Oba D M Osiyemi which happened to be the first crowned King of Ago Iwoye Kingdom in 1944 the longest serving Oba to date, Brigadier Babafemi Ogundipe, former Chief of Staff at the Supreme Headquarters under Aguiyi Ironsi, Senator Jubril Martins-Kuye, former Minister of State for Finance from 1999-2003, Mr. Olusola Ogundipe, former Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Prisons Service, Hon. Adekoya Adesegun Abdel-Majid representing Ijebu-North / Ijebu-East / Ogun Waterside Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives in Nigeria and Prince Adesegun Segun former deputy governor of Ogun State.
It has a continuous growing inhabitants. It has a population of about 130,000-150,000.
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