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Ayegunle Gbede is a town in Ijumu local government in Kogi State in the Middle belt of Nigeria. It lies after Ayetoro gbede and Iyah Gbede, at the intersection of the stretch of road from Lokoja, Kabba, Ayetoro gbede, Mopa, Egbe, and Ilorin. The Federal capital city, Abuja is about a 4-hour drive away.
Ayegunle Market(Ohon) is a trade centre for diverse cash crops and staples including coffee, cocoa, yams, cassava, corn (maize), sorghum, shea nuts, peanuts (groundnuts), beans, cotton, and woven cloth produced by the Yoruba, Igbira, Igala, and other peoples of the surrounding area.
The natives of Ayegunle Gbedde town, speak a dialect called 'Gbedde' or 'Okun', which is a sub group of the Yoruba. Many easily speak and understand the Yoruba, as the Okun language shares vowels and enunciations with it. Ayegunle Gbede is the second largest community in Gbede land after Ayetoro Gbede. The community shares common boundaries with Iyah Gbede in Ijumu Local Government Area, Olle Bunu in Kabba Bunu Local Government Area, Ayeh Gbede in Ijumu Local Government Area, Ayeteju Amuro in Mopa Amuro Local Government Area and Iluafon in Ijumu Local Government Area of Kogi State.