Emure-Ekiti kingdom is located to share boundaries with Owo of Ondo State from the south, Akooko of Ondo State from Learn More »
Prince Fagbamila, one of the sons of Obele, belived to be the direct son of Oranmiyan who himself was the Learn More »
The Late Kabiyesi, Oba Bamidele Oshin (RIP) took it upon himself to build a state of the art palace which is Learn More »
His Royal Majesty, Oba Emmanuel Adebowale Adebayo, the Aminmin III (The Elemure of Emure-Ekiti Kingdom) has of course put himself Learn More »
Emure Local Government Area was created by the Late General Sanni Abacha on the first day (1st) of October, 1996 Learn More »
Jobs posting by employers and job search by employees are self managed to completely bridge the traditional gap between them Learn More »
The ancestors of today’s Emure Ijaloke can be traced to Ile-Ife, the cradle of the Yorubas.
Oral History has has it that the present day Emure-Ekiti once had a homestead in a place called Ilare, in ILe-Ife around 1290AD and were there for well over two hundred centuries.
Emure-Ekiti shares boundaries with towns and or kingdoms like Ise-ekiti, Orun-Ekiti, Emure Ile-Owo and Arigidi Akoko.
The present sites of Emure-Ekiti was far away farm (OKE OKO) of Emure people at Igbo-Owa.
At about 1780, a serious fight was said to have taken place in the settlement which report got to Igbo-Owa that Ogun ja loke Oko (war was fought at the far away farm which gives us the name “Ijaloke” till today).