Isokan is a Local Government Area in Osun State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Apomu at 7°20′00″N 4°11′00″E. It has an area of 179 km² and a population of 103,177 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 221.

The name Isokan is derived from the Yoruba word “isokan” which means “unity”. The LGA was created in 1991 from parts of the former Ifon and Ilesa LGAs. The major towns in the LGA are Apomu, Ikirun, Iragbiji, and Iwo. The economy of Isokan is based on agriculture, with the major crops being cocoa, yam, cassava, and maize.

There are also some small-scale industries in the area, including food processing, furniture making, and pottery. The people of Isokan are predominantly Yoruba, and they speak the Yoruba language. The LGA is home to a number of important historical sites, including the Iwo Palace, the Iwo Market, and the Iwo Shrine.

The Iwo Palace is the traditional residence of the Oluwo of Iwo, the paramount ruler of Iwoland. The Iwo Market is a large and bustling market that is held every four days. The Iwo Shrine is a sacred site for the Yoruba people. Isokan is a vibrant and exciting LGA with a rich culture and history. It is a great place to visit if you are interested in learning more about the Yoruba people and their culture.

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