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Ife bronze head (possibly depicting Oduduwa)
A statue of Oduduwa

Oduduwa chi onu Ami íyaji , Oduduwa chi ene ki nyi Ife Empire kpai (orisha) ki di ane Yoruba religion.[1] Alu ki oda àli ó'gwu chekpọ Ami íyají le, Oduduwa gwonyi ofe Olofin ki di Ile-Ife.[2][3][4][5][6]

Ane íyají Oduduwa chene ogbogaga i che ki Olodumare, gboche wi ane ile ki wa nyi ile kwe fu omi, Oduduwa ni omaye ku ma do Obatala.[7] Alu ku ma ka igbele oduduwa loti ojane Ife kwi Oke Ora.

Oduduwa chi onu ejodudu efí ewo Ife, Oduduwa nyi ami onu wewe ane amí íyají, abajio oduduwa chi ogbogaga ane amí íyají, ma ka ke ki ni Oduduwa che ne ki ya jo ogwu ane amí íyají, agboji manyi attah ane íyají.

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  1. Law R. C. C. (1973). "The Heritage of Oduduwa: Traditional History and Political Propaganda among the Yoruba". The Journal of African History 14 (2): 207–222. ISSN 0021-8537. JSTOR 180445. doi:10.1017/S0021853700012524.  Unknown parameter |s2cid= ignored (help)
  2. "The Yoruba States | World Civilization". courses.lumenlearning.com. Retrieved 2020-05-26. 
  3. Lynch Patricia Ann (17 June 2018). African Mythology, A to Z. Infobase. ISBN 9781438119885. 
  4. Alokan Adeware (17 June 2018). The Origin, Growth & Development of Efon Alaaye Kingdom. Timade Ventures. ISBN 9789783456785. 
  5. * Obayemi, A., "The Yoruba and Edo-speaking Peoples and their Neighbors before 1600 AD", in J. F. A. Ajayi & M. Crowder (eds), History of West Africa, vol. I (1976), 255–322.
  6. Falola Toyin Mbah Emmanuel (17 June 2018). Dissent, Protest and Dispute in Africa. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 9781315413082. 
  7. Washington Teresa (2014). The Architects of Existence. United States: Oyas Tornado. pp. 25–28. ISBN 978-0991073016.