Ora

Oba Ewuare Ozolua is traditionally regarded as the ancestor of the Owans/Ora. He was known as Prince Okpame before he became known as Oba Ozolua. He had sought refuge in Uwokha in Ivbiosakon areas in c1473. From Uwokha, Oba Ozolua founded Ora and other villages. Oba Ozolua was a warlord. He beat the people of Uzea near Uromi to a pulp when there was a revolt.

Iuleha

Iuleha clan occupies the north-western part of Edo State in the Southern geopolitical zone of Nigeria. Iuleha is the single largest conglomeration of community in the Owan West Local Government Area of Edo State, in terms of size and population. Iuhela has continued to play a vital role in the socio-political, cultural and economic development of the local government area.

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Mission

  1. To promote the social, cultural, economic, educational, civic, and general well being of Owan Association USA members and Owan indigenes in Edo State of Nigeria.

 

  1. To seek better ways in achieving progress for Owan people through better health and welfare, safety, and security, and assist in enhancing the physiological needs, so Owan people can feel good being citizens of Owan.
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Vision

To unite Owan people so we can work collaboratively to enhance the lives of Owan people in the United States of America and in Edo State of Nigeria.

 

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