Sepeteri is the biggest town in Saki East Local Government Area of Oke-Ogun Oyo State in South West Nigeria.

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The history of Sepeteri is related with Fon Kingdom of Dahomey and Ifon in Osun State. It is located between Igboho, Ago-amodu and Shaki, and Iseyin, It is a small town along the boundary of Oyo State and Kwara State. Agriculture is the major revenue in the town with farmslands scattered across the region.

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There are two main ways to get into Sepeteri.

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You can take a direct flight from the Lagos Murtala Mohammed Airport to Ilorin Airport or Ibadan Airport which takes 45 min, you will need to use a connecting vehicle usually a shared taxi or bus to get to Sepeteri.

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If you are coming from Lagos, there are major parks where you can board a bus to Oyo/Ibadan and connect through another bus that will take you to Sepeteri. It will take about 6½ hours using the Lagos-Ibadan-Oyo Expressway, which is 321 km (199 mi). If you are coming from Ilorin, the trip will take 2 hr 35 min (132 km).

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  • Downtown Bata Festival
  • New Yam Festival

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Agricultural products are basically the indigenous activity of the people of Sepeteri; farm produce, fishes, games and animal meat are easily available at the community markets.

There are community markets in Sepeteri also have indigenous fruits that can be purchased in bulk.

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MTN, 9Mobile, Airtel and GLO are all available telecom service providers. If you are planning a visit to Sepeteri, like you would do for many other places in the country, you should probably consider having multiple SIM cards, preferably for all the mobile telecom service providers, since you can't tell which will be more stable and reliable at a time in your location during your visit.

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