Third son of Mọmọdu I, the first Muslim Oba of Agbede (reg. 1891-1910), who made Agbede in Etsako Division (present Bendel State), a centre of Islamic learning (see Oba Balogun (1972), 33 f.; Doi (1984), 160). Shuʿayb became a famous Islamic teacher in his area. He later settled in Kano where he continued to teach.
1. Q. fī rithāʾ ʿUmar b. Muḥammad.
Elegy for his brother.
MS: Ibadan (CAD), 315.