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brief history of chieftaincy and chieftaincy titles in Kagoro chiefdom

Ezekiel Didam

brief history of chieftaincy and chieftaincy titles in Kagoro chiefdom

by Ezekiel Didam

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Published by Ezedam Enterprises in [Kaduna State? Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Kagoro (African people) -- Kings and rulers.,
    • Kagoro (African people) -- Genealogy.,
    • Kagoro (African people) -- History.,
    • Chiefdoms -- Nigeria -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      StatementEzekiel Didam.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.45.K336 D52 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p. :
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL138084M
      LC Control Number99521041

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      History. The roots of Akan chieftaincy are known, although written sources are scarce. When the Akan were settling in Bonoman, in the period before , Bonos had already long used the chieftaincy system. The paramount chief held a position that can be compared to that of an absolutist king.. When the Republic of Ghana was founded in , it was agreed that the chieftaincy system should be. Kagoro (lungsod), Kaduna State, Kining maong panid sa pagklaro nagtala sa mga artikulo nga may samang titulo. Kon ang usa ka internal nga sumpay ang midala kanimo dinhi, palihog tabangi kami sa pag-ugmad sa Wikipedya pinaagi sa pag-edit aron modiretso sa target nga artikulo ang maong sumpay!

      Kagoro Family History. Day Free Trial. GET STARTED. Kagoro Name Meaning. Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair). Many of the modern surnames in the dictionary can be traced back to. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description: viii, pages: illustrations, map ; 22 cm: Responsibility: Ezekiel Didam.


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Brief history of chieftaincy and chieftaincy titles in Kagoro chiefdom by Ezekiel Didam Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chieftaincy in Ghana is an extensive account of the many roles of chiefs in modern society. Kodzo Paaku Kludze provides detailed accounts and analyses of the law practices, rituals, and customs of chieftaincy.

Kludze begins his study with a historical account bringing his analyses to the present, and speculates on the future of chieftaincy in its formal and informal roles in the changing. The Gworok (Kagoro) Chiefdom was created in by the British colonial administration as one of the three independent Districts in Southern Zaria province (now Southern Kaduna).

Today, it is a First-Class Chiefdom with its capital at Ucyio (Fadan Kagoro). Its rulers, as in other Tyap dialects are known by the name, "A̠ɡwam" (also spelt Country: Nigeria. In pre-colonial times, chieftaincy constituted the axis for the exercise of executive, legislative and judicial powers.

Since the colonial era, the institution has been linked to the politics of. THE ROLE OF THE CHIEFTAINCY INSTITUTION IN ENSURING PEACE IN GHANA FROM THE PRE-COLONIAL TIMES TO THE PRESENT From the brief introduction to the origins and systems of types of traditional rule we can people in chiefdom or a traditional area is File Size: KB.

Chieftaincy reformation would make a profound difference in Ghana. To give hand out is one thing but to provide the people a lasting legacy is more gracious. Like many crowned monarch (or chiefdom), the influence of Otumfuor's office, the extent of his power, the love and admiration that emanates from his throne, and the support that he.

a brief appraisal of Oka so as to situate discussions in proper perspective. Oka Akoko by tradition and oral history was of three different kingdoms until 8. The various communities that made up the three minikingdoms in the pre Oka formed the - chiefdoms under their respective chieftains.

These kingdoms are. Ogbon SirinOgbon Siru, n. chieftaincy, contemporary aincy is one of the few resilient institutions that have survived all the three. A critical feature of chieftaincy in Ghana is gender.

The re - sponsibilities image is indelibly etched in our memory each time we recall chieftaincy. Tional rulers of Africa, i.e, the Asantehenes, emirs, sultans.

Presently Kagoro chiefdom has 3 districts with 18 villages as created by the military Administration of Kaduna state Edict dated 26th December, Here we are calling the attention of Kaduna state Government praying and hoping they will create more districts within the Chiefdom to allow the chiefdom operate administratively and traditionally.

This is the grave of the Legend Katagwan who lived over years ago. Katagwan was a giant, a hunter, a warrior, and a civil right defender, Dusai was his home, He lived and died in this village. They speak the Gworok dialect and principally make up the Kagoro Chiefdom which is being headed by a First Class Chief, a chieftaincy title known as “Oegwam Oegworok”.

The Oegworok constitute six out of the ten wards in Kaura Local Government Area (LGA) and the Kagoro Chiefdom consists of eleven districts and many villages. He had been the Chief of Kagoro sinceand had outlived colonial rule, three republics, three phases of military rule and dozens of presidents and state governors.

Kaduna State Governor Muhammad Namadi Sambo said Chief Awan’s death was a great loss not only to the people of Kagoro chiefdom but to the entire people of the state.

7 "A brief history of the Twi peoples of the Buem State", an enclosure in GNAA ADM 39/1/ "Buem State Native Affairs". 8 Letter from John Duncan, Assistant Di strict Commissioner, Kpandu, to Mead.

carry titles which refer for their legitimacy to the principle of tradition. Obviously, the chieftaincy institution in Nigeria is modern, to a high degree, and well adapted to capitalism. At the same time, chieftaincy is always understood and legitimized as being founded on the principle of tradition; chieftaincy without refer.

citizenship for all, and for the abolition of the ‘decentralised despotism’ that informs bifurcations like ‘citizens’ and ‘subjects’.9 At present however, scholars increasingly acknowledge the resilience of chieftaincy institutions,10 even in contexts like Mozambique where in the past they had been threatened with abolition A renewed boom in chieftaincy is thus observed and many.

This study seeks to investigate the conflicting claims over chieftaincy titles among the segmentary Bayang and Ejagham polities of Cameroon. Drawing largely on Don Kalb’s ‘critical junctions’ perspective with its implications of history and locality as a way of understanding power.

Renkini H. Micah aka Gam Gam Africa Mai Jama’a_Rike Yesu Gam Gam (Plateau State) - Duration: Southern Kaduna Sights and Sou views. Chieftaincy in Ghana is an extensive account of the many roles of chiefs in modern society.

Kodzo Paaku Kludze provides detailed accounts and analyses of the law practices, rituals, and customs of chieftaincy. Kludze begins his study with a historical account bringing his analyses to the present, and speculates on the future of chieftaincy in its formal and informal roles in the changing.

Chieftaincy in Ghana is an extensive account of the many roles of chiefs in modern society. Kodzo Paaku Kludze provides detailed accounts and analyses of the law practices, rituals, and customs of chieftaincy. Kludze begins his study with a historical account bringing his analyses to the present, and speculates on the future of chieftaincy in.

Gwamna Awan M.B.E, O.O.N. is the Chief of Kagoro and he has been on the throne for some 57 years, while some say he should be about a hundred years old today. Commentary. By Kortor Kamara, USA. The role of the institution of Chieftaincy in the management of local administration and development and in the broader body-politic of Sierra Leone requires a critical unbiased introspection and analysis as to its continued relevance and centrality in the lives of our peoples.

The Ministry of Chieftaincy and Traditional Affairs has called on traditional councils to register all their chiefs in the national register of chiefs.

Dr Henry Seidu Danaa, Sector Minister, expressed worry that the chieftaincy institution has been overly infiltrated by many charlatans who are causing all manner of problems.Governor Mohammed Namadi Sambo of Kaduna State yesterday presented staff of office to the new Chief of Kagoro, Ufuwai Bonet, who succeeded the longest serving traditional ruler in northern Nigeria.

Brief History of Afan National Festival. The annual Afan National Festival is the oldest and most glamorous Cultural Festival in Kaduna State and perhaps in Northern Nigeria.

Because of its uniqueness and significance, the Festival is celebrated with fanfare every 1st January of the Year by the people of Kagoro.