He began the second dynasty, after the eighty eight years interregnum that lasted from (1848 – 1936).The Grandson of Ejo who was the son of Olu Akengbuwa I. Ginuwa II was the son of Prince Ikenbuwa son of Ejo. He was already an old man when he ascended the throne. His reign marked a period of peace, progress and harmony in Iwere land, and due to his tolerance he was loved by the Itsekiri people. The Olu’s installation marred relationships between the Itsekiris and the Urhobos, who feared that they might mistakenly be regarded as the Olu’s subject since they were in Warri Division. The Local Governments in Southern Nigeria were reorganize at this period. In 1938, electricity was installed in Warri during his reign


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