Simultaneous Translation Equipment & Interpretation Equipment in Ilorin, kwara State
Ilorin, Kwara state is becoming an ever more attractive city for international business and language barriers, may arise in a variety of settings. Translation Equipment NG is able to offer high-quality Simultaneous translation equipment ( interpretation equipment) in Ilorin.
Our conference translation equipment (interpretation equipment) cover all forms of interpreting for business meetings, discussions, hearings, international conferences and other events.
We also closely match the subject of the assignment to the individual expertise of our interpreters meaning our services are always tailored to the needs of the individual client or organisation.
Our interpreters’ knowledge of the subject matter means technical terminology is accurately translated and business communications run smoothly – no matter the context.
Our translation equipment (interpretation equipment) also cover: Ilorin, kabba, and northern states and towns in Nigeria
Ilorin, city, traditional emirate, and capital of Kwara state, western Nigeria. It is located on the Awun River, a minor tributary of the Niger. Founded in the late 18th century by Yoruba people, it became the capital of a kingdom that was a vassal state of the Oyo empire. Oyo’s commander at Ilorin, Kakanfo (Field Marshal) Afonja, led a rebellion in 1817 that destroyed the unity of the empire. He was aided by Mallam Alimi (a Fulani from Sokoto), by Fulani warriors and slaves, and by Hausa slaves. Afonja was increasingly dominated by the Muslim Fulani, and, upon his assassination, Alimi’s son, Abd al-Salam (Abdul Salami), became emir of Ilorin and pledged allegiance (c. 1829) to the Sokoto caliphate. As a Muslim emirate, Ilorin subjugated several towns in Yorubaland and destroyed the Oyo capital, Oyo Ile (Old Oyo, or Katunga), 40 miles (64 km) northwest, in 1837. Abd al-Salam conducted a jihad toward the sea and was only stopped by the Ibadan victory over his cavalrymen at Oshogbo in 1840.