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Food for thought: Oluwo of Iwoland, HRM Oba (Alhaji) Abdulrasheed Akanbi.

I removed an 800 year old deity from the royal 👑 palace of Iwo because I am above idols – Oluwo of Iwoland, HRM Oba (Alhaji) Abdulrasheed Akanbi.

Food for thought
1. So, if this man is the the King (Ataoja) of my town of origin, Osogbo, there would be no longer Osun Osogbo Festival

2. If this man is the Alaafin of Oyo, there would no longer be Sango Festival in Oyo

3. If this man is the Ooni of Ife, there would no longer be Oke Itase (Odun Agbonmiregun) Festival

4. If this man is the Oba of Lagos, there would no longer be Eyo Adamu Orisa.

5. And so numerous towns to mention.

6. What are the efforts of the fellow Obas in Yorubaland to put him in order and save our Traditions ?

7. Do they agree with his steps to destroy our cherished heritage?

8. Why did he contest for the throne ?

9. Who were the Kingmakers?

10. What are the people of historical town of Iwo doing to bring sanity and orderliness?

May Olodumare save the Yoruba nation from colonial brain washing indigenes. Ase.

From Araba of Oworonsoki land, Lagos Nigeria.

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8 comments

  1. Farayola David Ademola

    He’s mad with his crown. Shame on Iwo and its indigines 4 tramping on our tradition

  2. Johnson Chidozie

    This foolish idiotic man, disgrace to Africa

  3. Olanrewaju Ajala

    Hmmm, a whole King for God shake, you these peoples should stop abusive and hatred word to God choosing person, don’t you know that no one can becomes a king without God’s knowledge, please he is there for a purpose that God sent him for

    • Farayola David Ademola

      You are birds of d same feather flying together .Judge for yourself an Oba claiming superiority over a deity that have spent over 800yrs in d palace. If d ancestors begin to reign otherwise on d town and d indegenes what will be your comments then?No matter d religion he engaged himself in does it mean he should come out and be boastful of removing a deity his fore_fathers left behind 4 d security of d town.judge for yourself and tell your oba to stop disgracing Yoruba culture if he doesn’t want d wrath of ancestors on himself .Because these are d traditions with which we communicate with d Almighty God to loose and bind,and always hear our prayers,Yorubas e ronu o.

    • Olanrewaju Ajala

      Moreover am not from the town am just trying to let u know that it’s the will God

    • Farayola David Ademola

      I am not against d annointed king of God but annointed king of God does not speak blashemy against what was left behind by his ancestors.

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