A. T. Ajayi, Lateef Oluwafemi Buhari, Oluwaseun Samuel Osadola


This paper examined the socio-cultural composition and development in pre-colonial Arámokǫ-land. It describes and analyzes the various social stages recorded during the pre-colonial era as well as the human adaptive measure put in place for the various established structures. It further opined that the community; Arámokǫ, possess in large extent, the various social and cultural formations as well as a good climate to sustain its inhabitants and future generations from going into extinction. The value of marriage, family as well as other social and cultural habits i.e. hairdo, arts and craft are considered in the paper. The paper however derives its data from both primary and secondary sources.


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socio-cultural, Arámokǫ, pre-colonial, development

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