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Akinrun stool: Traditional council urges aggrieved to embrace peace

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Sequel to the capturing of 5 protesters after the current set up of Prince Olamilekan Akadiri as the brand new Akinrun of Ikirun, the Akintun-in-Council on Friday appealed to the aggrieved to embrace peace.

The Akinrun-in-Council referred to as on the indigenes to stay calm and help Akadiri to file progress.

Recall that on Thursday, after the announcement of Akadiri by the state authorities, some aggrieved youths launched into protest whereas 5 sustained bullet accidents.

The Akinrun stool turned vacant on February 8, 2021, after the demise of Oba Rauf Adedeji, who climbed the royal stool in 1991.

The council, which includes chiefs within the city, appreciated Governor Gboyega Oyetola and all different members of his cupboard for confirming and approving the appointment, due to this fact, pleaded to the aggrieved to embrace peace and famous that under no circumstances ought to anybody resort to self-help.

The race for the throne, in accordance to them, was fiercely contested among the many eligible royal blood, 22 princes, earlier than the Kingmakers, whereas Akadiri was divinely chosen.

“While we concede that It’s not abnormal to be aggrieved where a particular expectation failed to materialise to one’s favour, we however consider resorting to self-help as a means of settling scores very much avoidable and abhorrent. It is on that note we call for the promotion of calmness, harmony and tranquility such that the wise and industrious people are reputed for.”

Akinrun stool: Traditional council urges aggrieved to embrace peace

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