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Odun 2022

2022 jé odún tí a wà lówólówó, ó bere pèlú satidee ni kalenda Gregorian, odún 2022 na lo tèlé odun 2021

Àwon ìkan to ti selè ni odun 2022[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

•Ojó ikeji ti osu kinni(January 2): Abdalla Hamdok kòwé fi isé sílè gégé bi minisita àgbà fún orílè-èdè Sudan léyìn iwode nla.[1]

•Ojó keje ti osù kinni(January 7): Iye àwon ti o ti ní àrùn covid-19 kojá Odunrun milionu.[2]

•Ojó kèwá ti osu kinni(January 10): Fun ìgbà àkókò, àwon Dókítá ri okan Elédè gbé sínú eniyan, ó sì yè. Eléyìí selè ni Baltimore, Maryland ni orílè-èdè Amerika.[3]

•Ojo ketalelogun ti osù kinni(January 23): Won fipa ogun gbajoba lówó Ààré teleri orílè-èdè Burkina Faso, Roch Kaboré, àwon ologun Burkinabé so wipe ìkùnà Kaboré láti pa iná wahala tí àwon musulumi kokan nda kalè wà lara ìdí ti àwon fi fi ipa yo kuro nípò.[3]

•Ojo kejidinlogbon ti osù kinni(Jan 28): Iye abere ajesara àrùn covid-19 tí àwon eniyan ti lo ni agbaye lé ní bilionu mewa.[2]

•Ojo okandinlogbon ti osù kinni(Jan 29): Ààré orílè-èdè Italy, Sergio Mattarela wolé fun sáà kejì ìjoba. [4]

•Ojó kerindinlogbon ti osù kejì(26 Feb): Orílè-èdè Russia bèrè si ún kogun ja Orílè-èdè Ukraine.[3]

•Ojó keje osù Keta(March 7): Iye àwon tí o ti kú nitori aàrùn Covid-19 lé ni milionu mefa(6 million). [5]

•Ojó ketala ti osù kerin(April 13): Iye àwon ti o ti ní aàrùn covid-19 lé ni Ẹẹdẹgbẹta millionu.[6]

•Ojo kerinlelogun osù kerin(April 24): Apá kejì idibo orílè-èdè Furansi bèrè, Àárè Emmanuel Macron sì jawe olubori láti se sáà keji ti oludije keji, Marine Le Pen sì fìdíremi.[7]

•Ojo kefa osù karun(6 May): Ijakale aàrùn Monkey Pox: Aàrùn Monkey Pox bere sí un jakale, ijó yi la ri èni àkókò tí o kókó ri ní ìlú London, orílè-èdè United Kingdom.[8]

•Ojo kesan osù karun(9 May)

° Minisita àgbà orílè-èdè Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa kòwé fise sílè nitori iwode àwon ènìyàn lòdì sí ìjoba rè. Ranil Wickremesinghe wo ofici náà léyìn ijó méta ti Mahinda kòwé fise sílè.[9]

° Idibo gbogboogbo orílè-èdè Filipi: Bongbong Marcos àti Sara Duterte wolé gegebi ààré àti ígbákejì ààre orílè-èdè Filipi.[10]

• Ojó keedogun osù karun(May 15): A yan Ààre orílè-èdè Somalia télèrí, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud fún sáà kejì ìjoba rè, ààre Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed sì fìdíremi.[11]

• Ojo karun ti osù kefa(June 5): Okere jù eyan adota kú sí didun adá oloro to selè ní ìlú Owo, ipinle Ondo, Nàìjirià.[12]

• Ojo kejo osù keje(July 8): Agbenipa kan yin Minisita àgbà orílè-èdè Japan teleri Shinzo Abe pa nígbà ti óun soro si àwon èro ní ìlú Nara.[13]

• Ijó kokanlelogun ti osù Keje(July 21): Àwon asofin orílè-èdè Sri Lanki yan Minisita Àgbà Ranil Wickremesinghe gegebi Ààre orílè-èdè náà léyìn ìgbà tí ààre orílè-èdè náà tele, Gotabaya Rajapaksa kòwé fise sílè tori iwode ifehonuhan ti àwon ará ìlú un se to ri bi nkan se le koko.[14][15]

• Ijo kerin ti osù Kejo(August 4): Minisita àgbà fún orílè-èdè Peru, eni tí a un pè ní Anibal Torres kòwé fise sílè léyìn òpòlopò iwádí nípa iwa odaran tí wón se nípa Ààre orílè-èdè Peru, eni tí a un pè Pedro Castillo.[16]

• Ijo kesan ti osù Kejo(August 9):

° Idibo gbogboogbo ti orílè-èdè Papa New Guinea: Àwon asofin Papa New Guinea yan James Marape gégé bi asofin agba orílè-èdè Papa New Guinea.[17]

°Idibo gbogboogbo ti orílè-èdè Kenya: A yan William Ruto gégé bi Ààre orílè-èdè Kenya, oun ni ààre karun orílè-èdè Kenya. O fi ídí olùtakò rè, Ralia Odinga remi.[18]

• Ijó kerinla osù Kejo(August 12): Afunrasi odaran kan, tí àún pe ní Hadi Matar gún Salmon Rushdie lobe ní òpòlopò ibi, Salmon Rushdie jé olùkòwé omo orílè-èdè Amerika mó United Kingdom tí a bi ní Orílè-èdè India, wón gbé afunrasi náà, ogbeni Hadi Matar lo ilé-ejó ní ojó kejì.[12]

• Ojó karun ti osù kesan(Sept 5): A yan Liz Truss gégé bi minisita àgbà fún orílè-èdè United Kingdom.[19]

Ìsèlè 2022 ní Nàìjíríà[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

• Ijó kerin sí ijó kefa osù kinni(4-6 Jan): Àwon agbebon pa ènìyàn tó lé ni igba(200) ní ìpínlè Zamfara.[4]

• Ijó kerinla sí ijó karunla osù kinni(14-15Jan): Àwon agbebon pa ènìyàn to lé ní Aadota(gegebi àwon iroyin kan se fi léde) ní ipínlè Kebbi, àwon olopa padà fi lede pé àwon ènìyàn mérìndilógún ni won pa, pèlú òpòlopò ti won ji gbé.[20][21]

• Ojó karun ti osù kejì(5 Feb): Idibo àwon ìjoba ìbílè Kebbi waye.[22]

• Ojo kewa ti osù kejì(10 Feb)

° Àwon agbebon pa ènìyàn marun ní ìlú Rogoji, Bakura ní ìpínlè Zamfara.[23] Iroyin gbe pé ìyá kan ti àwon vigilante pa omo refers níbí ní kí awon agbebon náà se nkan ti wón se.[24]

° Àwon olè agbebon kan se ìkolù sí moto tó ún gbodo kan, won pa ènìyàn mefa, olopa meji wà lara awon ti wón pa.[25]

• Ojó kejìlá ti osù Kejì(12 Feb)- Idibo àwon ìjoba ìbílè Abuja ti odún 2022 wáyé.[26]

•Ojó ketalelogun ti osù kejì(23 Feb) - Idibo ìjoba ìbílè ti ìpinlè Enugu fún odun 2022 wáyé.[27]

• Ojó kejo ti osù keta(March 8): Àwon agbebon pa òpòlopò eniyan ní ìpínlè Kebbi.[28][29]

• Ojó kéjìlá ti osù keta(March 12): Idibo awon ìjoba ìbílè Imo fún odun 2022.[30]

• Ijó kejidinlogbon ti osù keta(March 28): Àwon agbebon se ìkolù si oko oju irin kan ti óún lo láti Abuja sí Kaduna.[31]

• Ijó kesan ti osù kerin(April 9): Idibo awon ìjoba ìbílè Adamawa wáyé.[32]

• Ijó kèwá ti osù kerin(April 10): Àwon agbebon pa òpòlopò ní ìpinlè Plateau, won si tun ji òpòlopò gbé.[33]

• Ijó kokanla ti osù kerin(April 11): Idibo àwon ijoba ìbílè ti Kastina wáyé.[34]

• Ojó kéjìlá ti osù karun(12 May): Àwon kan sekú pa Deborah Yakubu tori wipe won ni o soro òdì sí Woli Mohammadu, wón soko lu pa, won sì tun dana sun.[35]

• Ijó kejidinlogbon ti ojó karun(May 28): Awon eniyan kan tera won pa ni ibi tí ìjo kan ti ún pin ounje òfé ni ìlú Port Harcourt, ìpinlè Rivers.[36]

• Ijó karun ti osù kefa(June 5): Àwon agbebon se ìkolù sí ijo kan ní ìlú Owo, ìpínlè Ondo, wón sì pa òpòlopò olùjósìn.[1] • Ijó kejidinlogun ti osù kefa(June 18): Idiboyan Gomina titun wáyé ni ìpinlè Ekiti.[37]

• Ijó kerindinlogun ti osù keje(July 16): Idiboyan Gomina fun ìpínlè Osun wáyé.[38]

• Ijó karundinlogbon osù keje(July 25): Tobi Amusan jáwé olubori ninú idije 100m hurdle. O gba àmì-èye golu.[39]

Àwon ènìyàn tó papòdà ni Nàìjíríà 2022[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

• Ijo kokanla osù kinni(11 Jan): Olori orílè-èdè Nàìjirià télèrí, Ernest Shonekan papòdà.[40]

• Ijó kejilelogun ti osù kerin(22 April): Alafin Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III fayé sílè.[41]

Àwon Ìtókasí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

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