Yoruba Aṣọ Òkè: 2017 Òjé- Ibadan & Òjé-Ẹdẹ Market Days – Tola Adenle

February 6, 2017

Yoruba History and Culture

Hi, Friends,

Here are the schedules for the two main Yoruba  Aṣọ Òkè markets for this New Year.

The first of two market days for February at the Ibadan market took place today, and with my return to Ibadan recently, I’m able to finally present the annual list which is a very popular feature on this blog.

For blog visitors who have written to “remind” me, I say ‘thanks’ although physical absence was the only reason for the lateness as it has happened a few times in the past because of absence from Ibadan. Last year’s Market Days was posted towards the end of February, a couple of days after my return to town.

Happy shopping!


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2017. 8:38 p.m. [GMT]




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6 Comments on “Yoruba Aṣọ Òkè: 2017 Òjé- Ibadan & Òjé-Ẹdẹ Market Days – Tola Adenle”

  1. Abifoluwa Says:

    Please when is the next oje market



  2. viva Says:

    good evening
    am new in Ibadan and i sell crayfish in bulk. i want to be selling it during the market days, please when are the market days especially that of ojoo.



  3. omaaka Victor Joseph Says:

    good morning everyone. I am writing my project now about Owo oba’s palace and I want you to give me some brief history of owo oba palace please.



    • emotan77 Says:

      Dear Mr. Omaaka,

      Thanks for stopping by. Unfortunately, this site is not able to assist sith your research.

      You may wish to check, OJO, G.Afolabi’s body of works which, I understand, include a book on Palaces in Yorubaland.

      Sincere refards,



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