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(Placename) a city in SW Nigeria: trade centre. Pop: 629 000 (2005 est)


(oʊˈʃɒg boʊ)

a city in SW Nigeria. 421,000.
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So, for containers going to places like Ibadan, Oshogbo up North, truckers will be restricted to the Berger axis of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
Known as a master painter and as a great performing artist, he is one of the original products of the Oshogbo Art School.
[19] validated the CDLQI in a study of children with tinea capitis in a rural community in Oshogbo, Nigeria, making it suitable for use in Nigeria.
Note: The survival of these praise poems, writes Ulli Beier, comes from Susanne Wenger's attempts at "reconstruction and recreation of all the forgotten and dilapidated Yoruba shrines in the town of Oshogbo," including that of Alajire.
(31) found 3.6% seroprevalence of HTLV among blood donors in Oshogbo, South-Western, Nigeria.
It was mostly about animals," says the man who's now celebrating 50 years of Oshogbo art and artists with an exhibition at the Nairobi Gallery opening May 1st.FASCINATING ARTAlan was meant to complete that celebration last October during the national Nigeria Day last October 1, but he was unwell.
Adenle comes from a family of writers; the most famous of whom was his grandfather, Oba Adeleye Adenle I, a former king of Oshogbo in South West Nigeria.
His experience at Oshogbo with the Yoruba professional theatre groups of Kola Ogunmola and Duro Ladipo, gave him more materials to work with.
The Osun rises beyond Oshogbo, passing twenty miles east of Ibadan to reach the lagoon near Epe" (Lloyd, 1967: 250, n.
A finales de los anos sesenta, Ulli Beier afirma en su libro Contemporary Art in Africa (1968) que "en Lourenco Marques, Salisbury y Oshogbo, el encuentro entre los artistas europeos y africanos desencadeno una nueva actividad creativa y nuevas 'escuelas' de pintura, si no movimientos.
Nigerian Meteorological Society Proceedings of the International Conference on Climate Change and Sustainable Development held at Oshogbo, Nigeria.
Olukoya is also a Professor of History at Osun State University, Oshogbo; an Associate Expert at the UNESCO Institute for African Culture and Understanding, Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library, Abeokuta; and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Department of African Studies and Anthropology, University of Birmingham, UK.