Monday 8 May 2023

Timi of Ede Pays Congratulatory Visit To Ogboni of Ipole-Ijesa, urges for cooperation among traditional rulers (Photos & Videos)

The Timi of Ede, Oba Adesola Lawal, Laminisa I, on Sunday paid a congratulatory visit to the Ogboni of Ipole-Ijesa, Oba Oyebade Samson Kehinde Oyeleye.

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He seized the occasion to add his voice to the call for cooperation and in-depth collaborations between the traditional rulers of Ijesaland towards achieving meaningful growth and development in their various communities.

Oba Adesola Lawal gave the charge as he urged the traditional rulers of Atakumosa East local government to collaborate with the new Ogboni of Ipole-Ijesa.

He harped on the need for mutual respect and the need to close ranks in upholding unity and peaceful coexistence to promote peace and developments in their communities. He said that the call became imperative as the new Ogboni of Ipole-Ijesa needs to learn how other obas have overcome challenges.

Earlier while welcoming the Timi of Ede to the ancient town of Ipole-Ijesa, Oba Oyeleye appreciated the fatherly role and support he enjoyed from him before and after his emergence as the Ogboni of Ipole-Ijesa.

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The Timi of Ede was accompanied by the Olu of Owode Ede, Oba Nureni Oyedepo and some of his High Chiefs.

Surrounding the Ogboni of Ipole-Ijesa to welcome the Timi of Ede is a strong delegation of the Owa-Obokun-in-Council (The Agba Ijesa) including, High Chief Adebola Orolugbagbe, the Odole of Ilesa, High Chief Gbadamosi James, the Oba Odo of Ilesa, High Chief Bisoye Onigbogi, the Lejofi of Ilesa, High Chief Omoniyi Ogunyemi, the Lejoka of Ilesa,  Chief Mrs. Grace Adewole and Mrs. Bose Oluropo, the Secretary to the Owa Obokun Adimula of Ijesaland, Oba Dr Adekunle Aromolaran II.

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Others are some members of Atakumosa East Traditional Rulers Council including Oba Adebayo Faforiji, the Alamuye of Faforiji, Oba Isaiah Adedeji, the Tirimi of Iperindo, Oba Alex Kujembola, the Alapa of Itaapa, Oba Aderogba Oginni, the Olu Owena of Odo-Owena, Oba Samuel Adelola, the Akoromoja of Ikoromoja, Oba Adesuyi Adebayo Joseph, the Alapaula of Ipaula, Oba Bamidele Adejuyi, the Olumolu of Imogbara, Oba Rufus Olanibi, the Awikun of Iwikun-Ijesa, Oba Kehinde Adewole, the Onipiye of Idaado, Oba Ademiju Kehinde, the Arogbo of Irogbo-Ijesa and Oba Oyedunmade Oluwabukola Akosile the Alaje Olopon of Olopon Ajegunle Igangan Ijesa.

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