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Jaja of Opobo King Jaja of Opobo full name: Jubo Jubogha; — was a merchant prince and the founder of Opobo city-state in an area that is now the. Called Jaja by the British, this gifted and enterprising individual He became King Jaja of Opobo and declared himself independent of Bonny. Jaja of Opobo was a nationalist, merchant prince, successful businessman and founder of Opobo city-state, now a part of Rivers State.

According to some reports, he was sold into slavery because he caught his upper teeth, which was believed to be a taboo. His people gladly paid the cost oof repatriating his body and spent a fortune celebrating his royal funeral. Economic history of Portugal Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. A prosperous house could comprise several thousand members, both free and bonded, owning hundreds of trade canoes. Unknown to Jaja, the Scramble for Africa opob taken place and Opobo was part of the territories allocated to Great Britain.

Hence, their greatest significance lies in their roles as entrepreneurs cum super-merchants and not as proto-nationalists. An Okpoho-type manilla from south-eastern Nigeria Manillas are a form of money, usually made of bronze or copper, which were used in West Africa. The House was a socio-political institution and was the basic unit of the city-state.

Look up jaja in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Colonial Nigeria Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Even after the Berlin Conference, Jaja did not yield to the British and continued to refuse orders to cease the taxation of British merchants. But the circumstances of his removal left a sour taste in certain British mouths. In the 19th century, the kingdom was forced by the British to end the slave trade.

There are also a few white descendants of English and French coloni His body was shipped to Tenerife in the Canary Islands and buried there instead of Nigeria. Infeeling reasonably secure, Ja Ja proclaimed the independence of his settlement which he named Opobo, after Opubu the Great, lpobo illustrious king of Bonny and founder of Anna House who had died in The National Commission for Museums and Monuments is a federal agency of Nigeria which operates several museums and historic sites in Nigeria.

It was unusual for a slave of his status to make the transition from canoe paddling to trading, but Ja Ja — through his honesty, business sense, od amiability — soon became prosperous. It became a major trading center, first of slaves and later of palm oil products. Worse times were yet to come as political problems were compounded by economic dispute. History of Nigeria Nigeria History. He also cleverly aligned with only Alexander Miller Brother and Company at the expense of several other British firms trading in the Niger Delta.

As noted earlier, he was daring and adventurous in his decision to ship palm oil direct to England. King Jaja of Opobo, Opobo. Until the end of the 19th century, the Delta communities played a crucial role in European and American trade with Nigeria.

Three years later, inBonny was ravaged by fire, and the Anna House was the worst hit. Monday, 31 December at The Niger Delta, where the Niger empties itself into the Gulf of Guinea in a system of intricate waterways, was the site of unique settlements called city-states.

Ja Ja would achieve this, and much more. Approximatelypeople live on the island. Any person with the charisma and proven ability, even if of servile birth, could rise to the leadership of if house, but could never become king. Thus,Jaja retaliated jjaja breaking into the export trade, hitherto an exclusive preserve of the European firms. Kingship was impossible of jjaa for anyone of slave origins in Bonny.

That this impression was widespread and accepted by most Bonny citizens may be judged from the fact that of the 18 houses in Bonny, 14 followed Ja Ja to Opobo. Trade in palm oil replaced trade in slaves. Jaja of Opobo jaka a nationalist, merchant prince, successful businessman and founder of Opobo city-state, now a part of Rivers state in the Niger Delta poobo of Nigeria. He has rightly been described as, perhaps, the most enterprising and accomplished of all African merchant princes on the west coast of Africa in the 19th century Fajana and Biggs Jaja in council Reference: At a point, there was complete stoppage of trade with British traders in his kingdom until one British firm, Alexander Miller, agreed to trade on his terms Crowder Ja Ja would achieve this, and much more.

King Jaja was a merchant prince and the founder of Opobo city-state in an area that is now the Rivers state of Nigeria. Member feedback about 5th Rivers State House of Assembly: A man of his word, he was shocked at Britain reneging on her pledge. This gave the Anan house quite a strong dominance on the palm oil trade.

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Jaja of Opobo King Jaja of Opobo full name: Jubo Jubogha; — was a merchant prince and the founder of Opobo city-state in an area that is now the. Called Jaja by the British, this gifted and enterprising individual He became King Jaja of Opobo and declared himself independent of Bonny. Jaja of Opobo was a nationalist, merchant prince, successful businessman and founder of Opobo city-state, now a part of Rivers State. According to some reports, he was sold into slavery because he caught his upper teeth, which was believed to be a taboo.

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