About: Akinola Maja

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Chief Akinola Maja, M.D. was a Nigerian medical doctor, businessman, philanthropist and politician who was president of the Nigerian Youth Movement from 1944 to 1951. He later became president of the Egbe Omo Oduduwa in 1953. Chief Maja held the chieftaincy titles of the Baba Eko (Father of Lagos in Yorùbá) and the Jagunmolu of Orile-Ijaiye.

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  • Chief Akinola Maja, M.D. was a Nigerian medical doctor, businessman, philanthropist and politician who was president of the Nigerian Youth Movement from 1944 to 1951. He later became president of the Egbe Omo Oduduwa in 1953. Chief Maja held the chieftaincy titles of the Baba Eko (Father of Lagos in Yorùbá) and the Jagunmolu of Orile-Ijaiye. A medical doctor by training, he graduated in 1918 from the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland, and stayed in the U.K. for the next three years before returning to Nigeria in 1921. He briefly worked for the colonial government before going into private practice to set up his own clinic. (en)
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  • Sope Akinola Pearce (en)
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  • 1976-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • Sope Akinola Pearce (en)
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  • Lagos, Nigeria (en)
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  • Akinola Maja (en)
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  • James Adaramaja Pearce ( ) (en)
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  • Lola Maja (en)
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  • Comfort Obasa Maja (en)
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  • Chief Akinola Maja, M.D. was a Nigerian medical doctor, businessman, philanthropist and politician who was president of the Nigerian Youth Movement from 1944 to 1951. He later became president of the Egbe Omo Oduduwa in 1953. Chief Maja held the chieftaincy titles of the Baba Eko (Father of Lagos in Yorùbá) and the Jagunmolu of Orile-Ijaiye. (en)
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