Osun


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Osun

(əʊˈsʌn)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Oshun
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Oyintiloye, a member of the All Progressive Congress (APC), from Obokun, made the disclosure in Osogbo, Osun state capital while joining the international community to congratulate Iwobi, whom he described as a good ambassador of Nigeria and a pride of Africa.
The mega JAMB Computer-Based Test (CBT) Centre is expected to cater for a very large number of candidates across the regions of country and will be located in Osogbo, Osun state, as the Board pledges to the needful to lessen the challenges faced by UTME candidates.
Osun State Muslims geared up the demand for Shari'ah after official launching in Zamfara State.
On 10th October 2013, the Osun State government in Nigeria issued a N11.
Osun is launching a seven-year Ijara Sukuk of up to NGN 10 billion ($62 million), denominated in local currency, which will pay investors a fixed return of between 14.
Critical of the colonial nostalgia that drove the experiments in Osogbo, this book is really about something else; it is about the Osun grove as heritage.
93%, in colony establishment in Lagos, Ogun and Osun States, respectively (Table 1).
Osun State Commissioner for Health Temitope Ilori told reporters that victims of the outbreak were struck with the sudden, but profuse dual symptoms of vomiting and stooling, adding that the state government has moved to curtail the spread of the epidemic beyond the immediate environment where it had been reported.
The study was conducted at two communities; Osun Eleja (in a derived savannah: Latitude 07[degree]16"N; longitude 04[degree]08"E) and Osun Budepo (in a rain forest: latitude 07[degree]04"N; longitude 04[degree]08"E) along Osun river system.
Abstract: The Osun Grove, Osogbo, Nigeria, is a protected area covered by riparian forest, dry high forest and derived savanna.
PALABRAS CLAVE: Tecnica histologica; Tincion de tejidos; Pterocarpus osun.
Inset, Joshua Mulvaney, six, of Stockton Wood primary school plays the African drum with Sonny Timothy from the Osun Arts Foundation; Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY