Oluwo congratulates the government of Ogun, Awujale, Akarigbo, for signing and launching a new law on “obaship”
Supreme Ruler of Iwoland HIM Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi praised Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun for signing the new “Obaship” law for the state.
Oluwo described the bill as a renewal capable of restoring sanity to the traditional system. He said the system would protect the individual’s right to the throne against a barbaric decree.
Oba Akanbi also congratulated the Ogun State House of Assembly and supreme state leaders such as Awujale of Ijebuland, HRM Oba Oba Sikiru Adetona, Akarigbo of Remoland, HRM Oba Babatunde Adewale Ajayi, Olu of Ilaro, Olu of Ilaro / Paramount Ruler of Yewalanf, HRM Oba Kehinde Olugbenle and others whose influence gave birth to the Pure Monarchy through the initiation and subsequent follow-up to ensure the passage of the new Obaship Law.
He challenged other states to follow suit by facilitating a similar Obaship law, saying it would make the traditional system attracted to everyone, regardless of religious affiliation.
He said the assent proved again that Ogun State is the first civilized people of our race and that he has manifested it again.
Among other things, the law provides for the preservation, protection and exercise by traditional leaders of their fundamental rights to be settled and buried according to their religions or beliefs and for other related matters.
Traditionalists had opposed the law and said it was an attempt to push cultural practice towards extinction, but the Christian and Muslim communities described the bill as “a welcome development.” .
Signing of the bill on Monday in the presence of the supreme leaders of the state, Olu Ilaro and the supreme leader of Yewaland, Oba Kehinde Olugbenle; Akarigbo of Remoland and the Awujale and Supreme Ruler of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona, who was the promoter of the bill, Governor Abiodun said it was imperative to review the existing law as the state could not have archaic laws and contrary to fundamental rights. individual traditional leaders and what the state stands for.
A statement from Oluwo through his press secretary, Alli Ibraheem, reads: “The traditional institution is unlike any other. It is the highest and most enduring of all earthly rungs. To subjugate such a powerful force under the authority of an inferior secret group is barbaric. A turnaround is here. Ogun State is a model of pure monarchy. This is the hope of the whole Yoruba race, not just the traditional system. “
“I congratulate the Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun, the Ogun State House of Assembly, Olu Ilaro and the Supreme Ruler of Yewaland, Oba Kehinde Olugbenle; Akarigbo by Remoland Babatunde Adéwálé Àjàyí and the Awujale, supreme ruler of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona, for their contribution to the maturation of the bill ”
“The bill will restore reason and respect for the rights of monarchs in the traditional Yoruba institution. The governor should be specially commended for saving the Yoruba traditional council from extinction and subjugation to the authority of secret societies. Governor Dapo has just shown real leadership, thank you for that, I celebrate you ”
“Kings are the rulers, but unfortunately the cult has subjected some kings to their dictates. And a governor has just signed a bill putting Yoruba royalty in the limelight. On behalf of those who trust the pure monarchy, I say thank you, Governor Abiodun.
Oluwo urged other states to adopt the Ogun state model, saying it will say a lot about Yorubaland’s spiritual limits.
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