The indigenes of Ijebuland are perceived to have an underlying belief of
seniority in comparison to other kingdoms of the Yoruba tribe, owing to claims
of being the first Yoruba settlers in Nigeria and consequently considering it
somewhat belittling to be subject to the rulership of later settlers and their
kings, the likes of the Ooni
of Ife (King of Ife), Alaafin
of Oyo (King of Oyo) and the Alake of Egbaland (King
of the Egbas).
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