Simon in KadunaFinishing a few things off at work then hope to travel south in the last weeks of … Some shots of the masquerade in Opobo Town – see the last entry. …www.simonkaduna.blogspot.com/ – Similar pagesFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search
Opobo is a city in Rivers State, southern Nigeria.
A key centre of the palm oil trade, Opobo was founded in 1867 by Jaja, an Igbo slave-boy who had risen to become a powerful Bonny merchant prince. Under Jaja, Opobo briefly dominated the region’s palm oil market, but was removed by the British in 1887 for blocking British access to Nigeria’s interior. After Jaja’s arrest and exile to Saint Vincent in the West Indies, Opobo rapidly declined in power. External linksHistory of Opobo
Coordinates: 4.57 N 7.58 E This Nigeria location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
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Posted from UK:
why do you guys always forget the man that showed jaja opobo. i am talking about the man chief ubani from grand bonny.
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18 Oct 2011 – start of travelblog
posted Friday March 2007