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In his recent comments and arrant misinformation and distortion of facts, he ceded Lagos to the Oba of Benin as the founder of Lagos. If you like call them the aborigines of Lagos state. The people who travelled to Obun to buy fish and other items also came with wares to sell.The Portuguese took over the town and renamed it Lagos, does that in anyway mean they founded Lagos? READ ALSO: Amid controversy, prominent Nigerian lawyers reveal why Osinbajo’s acting presidency is automatic The British took over the city from the Portuguese and imposed their hegemony on Dosumu, does that mean the British founded Lagos? Lagos has been the major abode of the Ilaje people. The Ilajes are in today's Ikorodu, Epe, Obun Eko, Makoko, Bariga, Apapa, Ebute Ero, Ebute meta, Iwaya, Yaba, Oyingbo, etc and some parts of Ondo state, Benin Republic, Togo and Ghana. They attracted customers from neighbouring villages and kingdoms. It should be noted that the means of trading was "trade by barter" which was exchanging wares. Obun's popularity for cheap and quality fish and other items grew far and wide.Even before Western dating method began the Ilajes had populated the coastal areas of today's south-west Nigeria till today. They were dominant in the demolished Maroko of old. The Egbas, Aworis and Ijebus as well as the "Dahomeans" (Benin Republic) travelled to Lagos to buy fish and other items. In the hinterland traders travelled from Ibadan, Owo, Abeokuta, Ijebu settlements, Ile-Ife, Oyo, Ekiti, Benin, Ondo, Akure, Ilesha, etc, to Obun to buy and sell their items. Many people bought quality canoes there or they booked and return to carry them home by their servants or via the rivers. There was always a village head or a king who ruled. When he died his children rotated the kingship among themselves for many centuries.While some cities bustle, others buzz and some are said to even hum, Lagos roars.Africa's biggest city, and by some estimates the fastest-growing metropolis in the world, is by turns intimidating and compelling.