Gokana kingdom

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Gokana kingdom is one of the six kingdoms of the Ogoni people in Ogoni (also Ogoniland) in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. "Gokana kingdom" has geographic, historic and ethno-linguistic elements with some 130,000 Gokana language speakers located in the Gokana Local Government Area in Rivers State. Gokana contains a number of villages, including Lewe, B. Dere, K. Dere, Kpor, Mogho, Bomu, Bodo, Gio-koo, Nwe-ol, Alli D. Bera, Biara, Deeyor, Boghor, Barako and Yeghe.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Osha, Sanya (2006). "Birth of the Ogoni Protest Movement". Journal of Asian and African Studies. 41 (1–2): 13–38. doi:10.1177/0021909606061746. Retrieved 2010-06-26.
  2. ^ Earlier version of same article.Osha, Sanya (2005). "Birth of the Ogoni Protest Movement" (pdf). Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal. Retrieved 2010-06-26.[permanent dead link]

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