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I·ba·dan

 (ē-bäd′n, ē-bä′dän)
A city of southwest Nigeria north-northeast of Lagos. Founded c. 1830 as a military camp, it developed into the most powerful Yoruba city-state before coming under British control in 1893. Today it is a major commercial, industrial, and cultural center.

Ibadan

(ɪˈbædən)
n
(Placename) a city in SW Nigeria, capital of Oyo state: university (1948). Pop: 2 375 000 (2005 est)

I•ba•dan

(iˈbɑd n)

n.
a city in SW Nigeria. 1,863,000.
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Noun1.Ibadan - a large Yoruba city in southwestern Nigeria; site of a university
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In Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, notable among warriors whose names are synonymous with the rise of the town is Balogun Ibikunle.
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Construction of a Light Rail Transport system covering about 24 kilometers within Ibadan, the state capital.
With its sprawling population, agricultural potential and commercial promise, Ibadan could rival Lagos as an economic hub.
The purpose of the study is, therefore, to isolate and identify the blood parasites and intestinal worms of Agama Lizards in Ibadan metropolis.
Our dialysis center at University College Hospital in Ibadan, Nigeria was established approximately 15 years ago.
Ibadan, the second largest city in Nigeria, is the center of a large agricultural region in Oyo State.
Mbari Mbayo Club Meeting place for African writers, artists, and musicians, founded in Ibadan, Nigeria, in 1961.
So for many truckers, the Berger to Ogun River section of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway is prime when taking cargoes up North or beyond Ibadan.
The World Bank Group s Board of Executive Directors approved $200 million credit to improve Oyo State s disaster risk management capabilities, strengthen community resilience capacity and provide support for risk assessment and early warning systems in Ibadan.
The ancient city of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital has been identified over the years as one that is highly prone to flooding.