The Yoruba are the second largest population group in Nigeria and live largely in the south west of the country. In religion, Yoruba people are split between Christianity (Anglican, Catholic, Methodist, Indigenous Churches), Islam, and the traditional Yoruba religion. The Yoruba have a history of town-dwelling that goes back to 500 A.D. The chief Yoruba cities are Lagos, Ibadan, Abeokuta, Ilorin, Oyo, and Ife.
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