The ceremony is called the Ikota
Osun and it has gone and other activities will follow before the date is announced,' the Ataoja stated.
Thus triplicate samples of roasted cashew nuts were purchased from the 5 zones that make up Lagos State, namely, "Eti-Osa" ("Ikota," "Obalende," and "Ajah"), "Badagry" (Market and "Topo"), "Ibeju-Lekki" ("Awoyaya and Lakowe"), "Mushin," and "Ikeja," while groundnut samples were purchased from the five major markets ("Ajebo," "Fidiwo," "Obafe," "Ogunmakin," and "Mowe") in "Obafemi Owode" Local Government, Ogun State.
"Ikota," "Ajah," and "Obalende" ("Eti-Osa" zone) are situated in the humid forest zones of Lagos State.
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Access Bank Plc has announced the launch of a self-service electronic branch at Ikota in Lagos State following its initiatives to encourage comprehensive as well as cashless banking approach.
Access Bank has revealed that it has responded smartly to the customers longing for innovative banking solution with the launch of this self-service e-branch in Ikota.
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Sample 2: 'The aggrieved protesters alleged the Speaker of the State Assembly, Bamidele Oloyelogun, of influencing the imposition of Akinloye on Ikota
's people.'(Protest in Ondo Community over Alleged Imposition of Non-Indigene as Monarch, The Nation, 6 January, 2019)
Hundreds of indigenes of the Ikota
community in the Ifedore Local Government Area of Ondo State have protested against purported selection and the alleged imposition of one Mr Babajide Victor Akinloye, as the traditional ruler of the town.
This megastore is the 3rd outlet within the city of Lagos following the success of the two existing stores located in Ikeja and Ikota
Speaking at the presentation of the nets at Ikota
, Acting Director, Regulatory and Corporate Affairs, 9mobile, Mr Oluseyi Osunsedo, said sleeping under insecticide treated nets is one of the most cost-effective malaria prevention strategies, and the free nets provided by the telco will ensure more families are protected from the deadly disease.