About Oluwo's Suspension: Why I said We shouldn't go this way - Omooba Alekuwodo
While I still find it repulsive to talk into the Obaship crises, that doesn't mean we should keep quiet when the soil is being misinformed.
Permit me to say, aside the Kingmakers of Iwo land and legal pronunciation of a Court of Jurisprudence, no one can dethrone a crowned King.
Consider the amount of energy and other economic resources it cost Olubadan to get the "Imaginary Obas" in Ibadan disposed. So, to be expecting Oluwo's disposal should not be in thought.
Okay! While I may still not be interested in the parent crisis that lead into these crises, I may want to please to the Royal Fathers to never let themselves be misled by unnecessary public agitation, which is currently being neutralized.
Who was right? Who was wrong? Maybe, they should approach Court of Law for that but peace must reign.
If you read my previous submission on this Royal Boxing, you would remembered I said "we should do all to prevent COMMUNAL CRISES.
Are you telling me some Royal Fathers won't seek this opportunity to implement devilish act on Iwo land?
Are you saying Oluwo's Caucus of the Traditional Council won't have the council disrupted, in one way or the other?
Are you saying there won't be Pro-Oluwo/Anti-Oluwo in the Royal Council?
Are you saying all these won't have interests with consequences?
Are you saying we are not heading toward tagging Iwo indigents how Ijesha were tagged during the Old Oyo Empire?
What if, henceforth, Iwo Kingdom decides to exit Osun Traditional Council?
You might say, it doesn't add or deduct but it does, really.
Look at OAU and UNILORIN and the ASUU. I mean very soon, more and more Obas would want to go Oluwo's and that marks Successful Development of COMMUNAL CRISES in the state, when everyone goes one's way!
Now, are we building a community or Communal Crises?
Again, I am not interested into who was right or wrong.
The time is till not late. The elders, First Class Royal Fathers, Mr. Governors and other concern authorities should wade in and prevent this from successfully degenerating into Communal Crises!
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Written by Ibraheem Sikiru
Published on 2/22/2020 6:25:50 AM