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Akiriboto Town Gets New Traditional Ruler

by Bioreports

A new king has been crowned in Akiriboto, a community in Ayedaade Local Government Council Area of the State of Osun.

The new Ogboru of Akiriboto, Oba Adekanmi Adewale, was crowned by the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, on Saturday, October 24.

According to the Asalu of Akiriboto, Chief Mutaliu Adelami, the Community Leader, Chief Adebayo Oyewo, and the Regent, Princess Omolara Oyinade Oyewo, in a press statement, the emergence of the new king signalled a new development in the town.

Prominent indigenes of Akiriboto enjoined the people of the town to continue to demonstrate their unflinching support and cooperation to the newly installed Oba Adewale.

According to the statement, “Oba Adekanmi Adewale, who was duly installed by the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II on Saturday, is ready to turn around the fortunes of the entire community.

“Part of his efforts is to correct some wrongs in the community, like setting up a new (set of) kingmakers, which had not been existing for long, while the development of the entire Akiriboto would be his top priority and to ensure total peace among the residents.”

They urged residents of the community to be law abiding, as the ancient Akiriboto is known for peace and tranquility.

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