1. Isheri Olofin – Olofin Ogunfunminire Awogunjoye and his followers from Ife. They also founded Ebute Metta and Iddo.
  2. Eko (Lagos Island) – Known originally as Ereko (Farmstead), it was the site of a pepper farm (Oko Iganran) founded by Awori prince Aromire from iddo. But this area was conquered by Bini warriors.
  3. Iddo Island – Olofin Ogunfunminire, it was founded by Aromire and his wife Ajaye.
  4. Iru/Victoria island – Oniru Origefon traditionally part of the idejo land owning children of Ogunfunminire.
  5. Ikate/Elegushi – Elegushi Kusenla (Another member of the idejo class).
  6. Otto/Mainland – Pawu Ogboja Oloto.
  7. Otto Awori – Aregi Ope, Iworu Oloja and Odofin, all part of the original Awori stream from Ife.
  8. ijora/Orile Iganmu – Kueji/Isikoko ojora.
  9. Ajiran – Ojomu Ejo/Mogisho, brother to Olofin Ogunfunminire.
  10. Ikoyi – Onikoyi Adeyemi/Efunluyi.
  11. Ebute Ileke (Lekki) – Lootu, son of Labolo, grandson of Oba Alara of Ilara Epe.
  12. Ibeju – Abeju Agbeduwa originally from ife through the coastal Ijebu area.
  13. Ajah – Chief Olumegbon and settled by Ogunsemo and Ojupon from Ife.
  14. Ojo – Esugbemi and Aina Aseba.
  15. Iba – Àyoká Oniba ekun.
  16. Mushin – Oduabore/Aileru.
  17. Isolo – Akinbaye/Alagbeji.
  18. Ejigbo – Fadu onimewon/Olojan.
  19. Ikotun – Ategbo Olukotun.
  20. Egbe – Kudaki/Akeja.
  21. Oshodi/isolo – Olusi onigbesa/Agedegudu.
  22. Ijegun – Ajibade Agbojojoye.
  23. Igando – Eseba onimaba/Oko osi/Eshidana.
  24. Eleko – Sobokunren.
  25. Akesan – Ominuye/Aina odofin.
  26. Ogba (Ikeja) – Owoeni and his son Ashade. Ashade married an Otta woman, Ebo Aweri, who came with her cousin, Madarikan.
  27. Ogudu – Amosu from Ile ife.
  28. Ikeja – Baale Olo with Aworis people from Ota
  29. Aguda/Surulere – Gboin /Odunbure.
  30. Itire – Ota Onitire.
  31. Ilasa – Abere ije
  32. Onigbongbo – Ikunyasun Awusefa.
  33. Irewe – Edinni/Ojube/Oluwen.
  34. Ikosi Kosofe – Aina ejo from Isheri.
  35. Idimu – Eletu Apataiko (Isa Aperindeja Olugoke).
  36. Ilara Epe – Tunse/Sabolujo/Alara Adejuwon/
  37. Ibonwon – Soginna from Ijebu.
  38. Ketu (kosofe) – Balogun oyero from Ketu-Ile, Benin republic.
  39. Ojokoro – Oniojugbele Adeitan from Ota.
  40. Ikaare – Ikeja Ajija.
  41. Orile Agege – Efunmikan.
  42. Obele odan (Surulere) – Alago asalu.
  43. Ikorodu – Oga from Epe Sagamu. The name (Oko Odu) means the Odu vegetable farm.
  44. Epe – Uraka from Ife joined by Isein & Modu of Omu. they settled under a Popoka tree, which became Poka township. Alaro (a woman) later joined. Then Ramope, Ogunmude and Oloja Shagbafara joined from Ijebu ode.
  45. Odo Ayandelu – Ayandelu from Ile ife.
  46. Agbowa – Olayeni Otutubiosun son of Owa Otutubiosun who was Awujale, and grandson of Lafogido of Ife.
  47. Igbogbo – Oshinbokunren.
  48. Meiran – Oroja from Ota.
  49. Imota (Umu ota) – Oloja Adekoya Ofirigidi and Ranodu from Ijebu.
  50. Owode Apa badagy – Oganogbodo-Akereyaso/Asese Alapa.
  51. Ajido – Aholu gbangla sagbe Aho from Hwela Jakin kingdom Allada.
  52. Oworoshoki – Ajumogijo.
  53. Iworo/Imeke – Ajagunosin/Adejori isejoye.
  54. Badagry – Egun people from Popo, Allada, Wida and Weme who fled the wars of the Dahomey conquest of the coastal kingdoms of Allada and Igelefe (Ouidah) to come settle on Apa lands to the east.
  55. Ejinrin – Baloofi Ogunmude founded Ejinrin around 1619.
  56. Eputu Lekki – Ogunfayo.
  57. Orimedu Ibeju/Lekki – Ladejobi left Ife to Okegun then crossed the Lekki Lagoon.
  58. Akodo & Iwerekun – Oyemade Ogidigan, father of Oniwonlu.
  59. Offin – Liyangu of Ife.
  60. Ibonwon – Soginna from Ijebu ode.
  61. Ijede – Ajede.
  62. Magbon Ilado – Onafula & Ogundeko from Orugbo.
  63. Orimedu – Ladejobi from Ife

By Fasholu Gabriel Oluwatobi

Gabriel O. Fasholu is the founder and editor of SPYCONNET. A brilliant Educationist, Social Media Enthusiast & Freelancer who is passionate about passing undefiled information to the entire public.

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