Agege

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Agege Local government, Ogba Town 2.jpg
Gwamnatin garin Agege, kauye
Mutum-mutumin Oba Akran Ogba Agege, Legas
Mutum-mutumin Oba Agege

Agege karamar hukuma ce mai nisa a yankin Ikeja na jihar Legas a Najeriya.

Gabatarwa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Lokacin da filin baƙar fata a yankin Agege ya fara girma ya jawo hankalin mutane da yawa. Agege ya ci gaba da sauri kuma ya zama cibiyar kasuwancin kolanut. Waɗannan ƙauyuka sun jawo hankalin mutane daga wurare daban-daban da masu sha'awar aiki a matsayin ma'aikata, waɗanda yawancinsu Hausawa ne. A duk lokacin da Yarabawa ke bukatar ma’aikata na aiki kamar yankan itatuwa, sai su shiga aikin Hausawa. Saboda wannan aikin ne aka sa wa ƙasar Hausa suna 意lu Awon Ageigiʹ wato birnin (Ilu) na bishiyar. Don haka sunan Agege ya fito daga kalmar Ageigi.[1]

Tsarin ƙasa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Unguwar Agege daga arewacin Legas daga titin Dopemu zuwa titin Anu-oluwapo zuwa ulukosi har zuwa Fagbola ta titin Osobu zuwa titin Orile zuwa titin Old Agege mota gaban Nitel. Daga kudancin Legas ya bazu daga kasuwar Ashade zuwa titin Akilo.[2]

Daga gabashin Legas ya taso daga titin Oba Ogunji zuwa titin Agege Motor daga ofishin Nitel. Daga yammacin Legas iyakar Agege daga babbar hanyar Abeokuta daga kan iyakarta da karamar hukumar Ikeja zuwa mahadar Dopemu.[3]

Halin tattalin arziki[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Lokacin da Dasab Airlines ya kasance, ofishinsa a Legas yana Agege. [4]

Tarihi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An kafa karamar hukumar Agege ne a shekarar 1954 kuma tana aiki har zuwa 1967 lokacin da tsohon soja ya karbe ta bayan ta haɗe da karamar hukumar Ikeja na tsawon shekaru 13. An cire Agege daga gwamnatin birnin [Ikeja]] a 1980 kuma ya kasance a haka har zuwa 1983 lokacin da sojoji suka sake karbar mulki suka kawar da tsarin ƙananan hukumomi da ake da su. Haka kuma, gwamnatin Agege ta ci gaba da zama a Ikeja har tsawon shekaru shida (6). Daga karshe akwai wasu kananan hukumomi uku daga karamar hukumar Agege. Su ne: Alimosho, Ifako Ijaye da Garin Orile-Agege.

Mutane[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Mazauna karamar hukumar Agege ‘yan ƙabilu daban-daban ne duk da cewa ‘yan ƙabilar Awori ‘yan asalin yankin ne. Garuruwan da suka haɗa da karamar hukumar Agege sun haɗa da Ogba, Asade, Dopemu, Orile, Magbon, Oko-Oba, Atobaje, Gbogunleri, Isale Oja, Oke-Koto, Panada, Tabon-Tabon, Ajegunle, Sango, Keke, Papa uku. /Olusanya, Oniwaya, Moricas, Iloro, Mangoro, Darocha, Onipetesi, Alfa Nla da Agbotikuyo. Al’ummar Karamar Hukumar Agege ‘yan kabilar Yarbawa ne da yawan wadanda ba Yarabawa ba.[5]

Sarakunan Gargajiya[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

A Agege/Orile Agege, al'ummar masarautar tana da fitattun Obas uku da 'yan gargajiya shida.

Abubuwan da suka faru[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

A ranar 3 ga watan Yunin shekarar 2012 jirgin Dana Air mai lamba 992 ya faɗa kan wani gini da ke Agege a lokacin da yake kokarin sauƙa a filin jirgin sama na Murtala Muhammed, inda ya halaka mutane 153 da ke cikinsa da wasu 10.[6]

Ilimi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Rundunar ‘yan yi wa kasa hidima ta[7] dindindin tana kan titin Iyana-Ipaja, Agege.[8]

ÑñNin Hoto na Al'ummar Agege[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Tashar jirgin kasa a Najeriya

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. "A place called Zangon Agege". Daily Trust. Archived from the original on 2018-01-13.
  2. "Lagos State Government". Archived from the original on 2014-01-21. Retrieved 2014-01-26.
  3. "Lagos State Government". Archived from the original on 2014-01-21. Retrieved 2014-01-26.
  4. "Contact Us." Dasab Airlines. 11 July 2003. Retrieved on 12 September 2011. "Lagos Office 61, Abeokuta Express Road Agege, Lagos- Nigeria"
  5. "Welcome to Agege Local Government". 2007-09-29. Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2018-01-13.
  6. Urquhart, Conal (3 June 2012). "At least 147 Killed in Nigeria Plane Crash". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 3 June 2012.
  7. http://www.tribune.com.ng/22072007/news/ news9.html [permanent dead link ]
  8. "NYSC | Orientation Camp Addresses" . www.nysc.gov.ng . Archived from the original on 20 December 2012. Retrieved 13 January 2022.