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Obo Aba Hisanjani (24 November 1949) is a Nigerian poet. He was born in the small village of Ajah, now a bustling marketplace. He has campaigned against the development and exploitation of the surrounding areas for purely commercial purposes. In a television interview in 2001 he spoke about the loss of traditional land rights and values.[1] Known in Lagos as the Bushman Poet, he is known for his native rhythms and complex Yoruba rhymes. His main themes cover traditional practices. He was criticised by many politicians in the 1980s for being against modernisation.[2] He is currently the Nigerian Poet Laureate. List of works Èdè Yorùbá (1965) ÁLÍFÁBËÊTÌ YORÙBÁ (1966) Egbe Isokan Egbe Omo (1971) Oyibos are a comin (1982) (translated as 'Whitemen are coming') Ade Oyibos (1991) (trans. The Royal Banana Man / White Man) References ^ Evening with Mo! 28th November 2001. ^ The News, Lagos nigeria March/April 1984. [1]. Persondata Name Hisanjani, Obo Aba Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1946 Place of birth Date of death Place of death