Conference Translation Equipment  & Interpretation Equipment Rental services in Ile-ife.

Do you have a multilingual conference in Ile-ife and you need conference interpretation equipment in Ile-Ife

Ile-ife is becoming an ever more attractive city for international business and language barriers. Translation Equipment NG is able to offer high-quality Simultaneous translation equipment ( interpretation equipment)  in Ile-Ife

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: Ile-ife, Oshogbo etc



The Ooni of Ile-Ife (Ọọ̀ni of Ilè-Ifẹ̀) is the traditional ruler of Ile-Ife. This Nigerian town is seen as the cradle of the Yoruba people. The Ooni dynasties go back hundreds of years. Because the oral tradition was only recently transcribed, there are several detailed lists that contradict each other. Nevertheless, some key figures are common to all of them. All the Ooni are traced down to Oduduwa, who is seen as the ancestral father of all the Yoruba people. Ooni Oranmiyan, who is said to have lived between 1200 and 1300 A.D, became legendary[1] for his role in creating many new towns. One of his sons, Eweka, became the first Oba of Benin. Another son, Ajaka, became the first Alaafin of Oyo. Another, Osile, of Oke-Ona Egba. Ooni Lajamisan, another descendant of Oranmiyan is often said to have opened the modern Ife history. The four actual Ruling Houses[2] are named from Ooni Lafogido, Ooni Osinkola, Ooni Ogboru and Ooni Giesi. The first three were sons of Ooni Lajodogun, and the later a maternal grandson of Ogboru. The current Ooni is Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II (born October 17, 1974)