IWHURUOHNA LAND (Ikwerre) IN RIVER STATE IS BENIN, FOUNDED BY AKALAKA (AKA NA AKA OR OKA NA AKA BETTER WRITTEN AS OKAO OGBELAKA)

Aka = Oka, [Oka abreviated from Okaro (Okao) meaning first. Leader, head]. Oka also represent fighter/warrior in Benin. Okuo is war in Benin. Oka Okuo, Okakuo (War leader, commander). Oka na Aka, (Aka n'aka) means war commander from Aka or Oka of Ogbelaka. (Please check Ogbelaka street in Benin on google – Ogbelaka is an area in Benin probably Aka domain or settlement in Benin).

Akalaka (Akanaka or Aka n’aka) is warlord from Aka district in Benin (Ogbelaka). Owan will say Okakuo-si-Oba. Akalaka in Edo dialect of Emai also means, an acrobat or one who knows all tricks of acrobatics. If you check the etymology of the word...an acrobat in those days means the same thing as one who understands all the tricks of war. Akalaka. Same spelling. AKALAKA ALSO MEANS A GLASS CUP IN BENIN LANGUAGE

Akaluoka, Akaluoba or Okaluoba means Oba army commander, defender or Oba warlord, which Benin will write “Okakuoba”. Akaluoba is Okakuoba in Benin.

Iwhuruohna is pronouce in Benin as Iwurhuona – Iwu rhuo na – I will not die on this. death will not take me away from this, death cannot seperate me from this, This cannot be kill or death cannot take this from me.

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