Oluyole is located in Nigeria
Coordinates: 7°13′05″N 3°53′31″E / 7.218°N 3.892°E / 7.218; 3.892
Country Nigeria
House of Representatives memberHon Francis Adewale Adetunji
 • Local Government ChairmanOlaide Popoola (PDP)
 • Total629 km2 (243 sq mi)
 • Total202,725
 • Density320/km2 (830/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (WAT)

Oluyole Local Government edit

Oluyole Local Government is a Local Government Area in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters is in a growing suburb called Idi-Ayunre. This Idi-Ayunre is a large expanse of land with an estimated population of 5,000 located en route Alomaja, Odo Ona Nla, Onipe, Onigambari (also known as Gambari, which hosts a forest reserve, very close to Olowa)[1] towards Ijebu-Ode. There is a popular location called Orita-Challenge in Ibadan. Navigating to Idi-Ayunre becomes quite easy from Orita-Challenge through the Ijebu-Ode route. The precise location of CRIN is known as Odo Ona Nla, which has a second sub-settlement known as Adebayo. The Junior Staff quarter of CRIN is located at Adebayo. Adebayo and Odo Ona Nla were known to host roadside hawkers who sell fruits, particularly fresh bananas, oranges, and fresh corn. The hawkers made significant revenue from road users (travelers and commuters).

Oluloye LGA was established in the year 1976.[2]

In terms of time distance, at a speed of 60km per hour, CRIN is estimated to be 75-minute's drive away from the main campus of Olabisi Onabanjo (Ogun State) University (OOU).[3]

Oluyole Local Government has an area of 629 km2 and a population of 202,725 at the 2006 census.

The postal code of the area is 200.[4]

Oluyole Local Government shares boundaries with four other Local Governments, viz.: Ibadan South West, Ibadan South East, Ona Ara Local Government, and Ido Local Government – all within the Ibadan metropolis. It also shares boundaries with Ogun State through Obafemi Owode, Odeda, and Ijebu North Local Governments.[5]

Residents of Oluyole Local Government are involved in farming, trading, local food processing, transport business and government employment.[2]

The CNC Quarry and KULUN Quarry enterprises are two of the many industries that call Oluloye LGA home. It is an industrialized area. Several government-owned businesses, lodging facilities, and banking institutions are also located in the local Government area. Other important industries in Oluloye Local Government Area's economy include farming, hunting, blacksmithing, woodcarving, and trade.[2]

Some Places in Oluyole Local Government edit

Some of the places [6] in Oluyole Local Government include;

  1. Aba-Ibeji
  2. Abanla
  3. Adebayo (CRIN)[7]
  4. Alaho
  5. Alata
  6. Alomaja
  7. Argungu
  8. Busogbooro

Climate edit

Year-round temperatures range from 70°F to 93°F, with little variation below 64°F or over 96°F. The weather is typically overcast, partially cloudy, and hot.[8]

Oluyole Road

Some organizations in Oluyole Local Government[9] edit

  1. Agrited
  2. Black Horse Plastics
  3. British American Tobacco
  4. Kopek
  5. Jubaili Agro Limited
  6. Oriental Foods

Some Secondary Schools In Oluyole Local Government [10] [11] [12] edit

  1. Abe Technical Secondary School, Oleyo
  2. Alaho Community Grammar School, Alaho
  3. Bare Community Grammar School,
  4. Christ High School, Oleyo,
  5. # Community Grammar School, Aba Alfa,
  6. # Community Grammar School, Agbamu,
  7. Community Grammar School, Atagba,
  8. Community Grammar School, Ayegun,
  9. Community High School, Odokun,
  10. Community Senior High School, Olomi-Olunde,
  11. Community Junior High School, Olomi-Olunde,
  12. Community Secondary School, Onipe,
  13. Community Secondary School, Pegba,
  14. Ifesowapo Community Senior Secondary School, Onigambari,
  15. Ifelodun Secondary School,
  16. Methodist High School, Lagos-Ibadan, Expressway,
  17. Molete High School, New Garage,
  18. Moslem Junior High School, Oke-Ogbere,
  19. Moslem Grammar School, Odinjo.
  20. Prospect High School, Abanla.
  21. Liberty Commercial Academy.

Some Primary Schools in Oluyole Local Government edit

  1. CRIN Staff School 1.
  2. CRIN Staff School 2.
  3. St. Michael's Primary School, Odo Ona Nla.
  4. St. Matthias' Primary School, Orile Ogo.

References edit

  1. ^ "Tree species composition and regeneration potential of Onigambari Forest Reserve, Oyo State". Research Gate GmbH. Retrieved 2023-09-27.
  2. ^ a b c "Oluyole Local Government Area". www.manpower.com.ng. Retrieved 2024-02-27.
  3. ^ "Home". OOU. Retrieved 2023-10-16.
  4. ^ "Post Offices – with map of LGA". Nipost. Archived from the original on 2012-11-26. Retrieved 2009-10-20.
  5. ^ "Oluyole Local Government:: The Official Website of the Oyo State Government | The Pacesetter State". www.oyostate.gov.ng. Archived from the original on 2014-07-24.
  6. ^ "Places". Oyo State Government. Retrieved 2023-09-28.
  7. ^ "History of Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria". archive.today. Retrieved 2023-09-29.
  8. ^ "Idi-Ayunre Climate, Weather By Month, Average Temperature (Nigeria) - Weather Spark". weatherspark.com. Retrieved 2023-09-15.
  9. ^ "About". Oyo State Government. Retrieved 2023-10-10.
  10. ^ "List of Public Schools in Oyo State". EDUCELEB. Retrieved 2023-12-08.
  11. ^ "Government Secondary Schools in Oluyole, Oyo State". EDUCELEB. Retrieved 2023-12-08.
  12. ^ "Oluyole Oyo State Educational Institutions → Secondary Schools, Nigeria (5)". Nigeria Directory. Retrieved 2023-12-08.