Okeho is in southwest Nigeria in Oyo state. It's a Yoruba speaking community with neighboring environment like Alubo, Bode, Igboje, Ijo, Imoba, Isia, Isemi, Oke-Ogun, Ogan, Olele and Pamo. The population of Okeho in 2016 was 12,964 but will have increased now. Okeho is fondly called the "Food basket of Oyo state" because agriculture is practised there more. The indigenes are predominantly farmers and traders.
Okeho is in Kajola. The people from Okeho are Yoruba ethnics and the language spoken is Yoruba language. Their traditional rulers are called the "Onjo" just like "Oba" in most Yoruba traditions. Okeho has had 18 Onjos to date.
Get in edit
By bus edit
To get to Okeho is majorly by bus. Go to the nearest motor park in ogbomoso, iseyin or any other neighbouring town.
Get around edit
- 1 Jehovah Rapha Store. 8AM -7PM. Jehovah Rapha store is a grocery store in Okeho, where you can get your provisions and toiletries easily.
- 1 Palm Plus restaurant. 9AM- 8PM. Palm Plus restaurant is a delightful place where you can get local traditional foods. There services are quite welcoming. Good serene environment.
- Ajaba A-Z Charley's hotel, opposite St. Francis, Okeho. costs an average of 3,334 naira per night
- 1 Ajaba A-Z charley's hotel, Opposite St. Francis, Jabata 2, Okeho, Nigeria. Ajaba A-Z Charley's hotel is located in Okeho. It has a good and peaceful environment and they render a satisfying level of hospitality. ₦3000 per night.