Ijebu Igbo (Yoruba: Ìjẹ̀bú-Igbó) is a town in Ogun State, South West Nigeria. It is approximately a 15-minute drive north of Ijebu Ode, and is the headquarters of Ijebu North Local Government Authority of Ogun State, Nigeria. It is the second largest town in Ogun State and the largest among Ijebus in terms of land mass.

As with other Ijebus, the majority of the inhabibtants of Ijebu Igbo speak the Ijebu dialect, a distinct but similar language to the Yoruba language.

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The origin of the present Ijebu Igbo was not but through a hunter named Onayelu, who, according to oral history, was said to be a great hunter and hunted in the northern parts of Odo-Oluiwa - the present Ijebu Ode - where he was a prince. Following the sudden demise of his father and the subsequent controversial accession of his younger brother to the throne while he was away hunting, he decided to migrate from Ijebu Ode to settle permanently on the large expanse of land where he had been hunting, which is known today as Ijebu Igbo.

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As with most places in Nigeria, you would found available in Ijebu-Igbo, all the major mobile phone service networks but with varying degree of reliability and usability. Often times, it is customary to experience network outage for all or some of the mobile phone service providers. Such situation is particularly common in some remote areas of the city. Also, do not be surprised as well that different networks tends to be more stable and reliable in different locations of the city at varying times.

In all, if you are planning to visit this town, be sure to plan on having multiple SIMS, preferably for all the mobile service providers as you can't tell which will be more stable and reliable at a time in your location. And if you will risk not having one, you might be better off not dropping the MTN network, because,from record, they seem to perform well than the others, though their rates may be high and their offers and services might be stringent, but you might be more assured of seamless voice and data connection. The various broadband cellular network available include 2G, 3G, and 4G networks, but the coverage of the 4G network is not widespread

Glo (Globacom) boasts of fast network speed for internet browsing activities, but that might only be enjoyable in limited locations. Airtel is fairly satisfactory for all you might need, including rates and network stability. As for 9mobile, they also perform well in internet browsing speed but not without locational limitations.

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