Adeta & Oku, both of Jabata were the 4th & 5th Kakanfos respectively. Afonja "L'aya l'oko" of Ilorin was the 6th. Toyeje of Ogbomoso was the 7th. Edun of Gbogun was d 8th Kakanfo. Amepo of Abemo was the 9th, 10th was Kurunmi of Ijaiye, Ojo Aburumaku, son of Toyeje of Ogbomoso was the 11th. Latoosa of Ibadan was the 12th, Ladoke Akintola of Ogbomoso was the 13th, Kashimawo Olawale Abiola of Abeokuta was the 14th Aare Ona Kakanfo.
Ikire men who made Ibadan their home included Okumoyejo, the father of Baale Akintayo Elempe (of Ibadan), Ajobo, one of Ibadan's famous Baloguns and Akinruntan Dada Opadere who also rose to become Baale of Ibadan.
Ancient Yoruba houses were built in componds called "Agbo Ile" (Which could be termed to mean a group of houses). Such compounds could be in form of a circle or square with a central area and one principal gateway known as "iloro".