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Makinde Vows Not To Interfere In Oyo Tradition

Seyi Makinde

Governor of Oyo State, Mr. Seyi Makinde,  on Tuesday vowed not to meddle with the Ibadan traditional chieftaincy system, but work to achieve its desired goals.

The governor gave the assurance during the 86th birthday anniversary and chieftaincy celebration of High Chief Theresa Oyekanmi.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the event held at the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan.

Oyekanmi was recently installed as the 14th Iyalode of Ibadan land after the demise of Alhaja Aminat Abiodun.

Makinde was represented by Funmi Orisadeyi, the state Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Matters.

“As your son, I am reassuring you of my support for the progress of Ibadan.

“Let me re-state that I will not interfere in the Ibadan traditional chieftain system,” he said.
He solicited the support of traditional institutions across the state for his administration in transforming the state.
The governor congratulated the new Iyalode of Ibadanland, praying that she would live long.

The Olubadan of Ibadan land, Oba Saliu Adetunji, also prayed that his reign and that of the Iyalode would last long and bring the desired growth to Ibadan land.

NAN reports that the event was attended by prominent sons and daughters of Ibadan land as well as associations.

Among the dignitaries are Oba Lekan Balogun, Otun Olubadan of Ibadan land; High Chief Lekan Alabi, Agbaakin of Ibadan land; and Chief Sarafadeen Alli, a former Secretary to Oyo State Government.



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