Tension brews in Akure as Deji, Iralepo appoint Factional Chiefs
Tension is again brewing in Akure Community as the Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Aladelusi and the Iralepo of isikan, Oba Oluwagbemiga Ajimokunola have appointed factional Olu Aladodo Community.
Oba Oluwagbemiga Ajimokunola Olofin-Adimula (Arulewolasi III) had earlier approved the appointment of a Journalist, Mr. Ayodeji Charles Fatoki as Olu of Aladodo of Isinkan kingdom in Akure South Local Government area of Ondo State.
His appointment followed favourable consideration by the family of High Chief Julius Fatoki Tifase, the Asuda of Isinkan.
His Majesty, Oba Olofin-Adimula will at a later date perform the official installation of the new Olu of Aladodo.
The new traditional head of Aladodo, Ayodeji Charles Fatoki was born about 50yrs ago to the family of High Chief and Mrs Julius Fatoki Tifase, the Asuda of Isinkan.
He studied Public Administration at the prestigious Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko.
However a statement by Adeyeye Michael, Chief Press Secretary to the Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Aladelusi on Thursday, also approved the appointment and installation of Chief Adekunle Olumide as the Olu of Aladodo Community in Akure South Local Government.
The statement says “The appointment was sequel to the careful consideration of His Majesty and the exercise of his power as the consenting and prescribed authority over the appointment of Minor Chiefs, Olus Baales and Olojas in Akure North and South Local Government.
“His Majesty urges the new Olu of Aladodo to join hands with other Olus in Akure Kingdom for the development of Aladodo Community and Akure Kingdom at large.
“His Majesty wishes to congratulate the people of the Aladodo Community and also pray that God will guide the new Olu of Aladodo, Chief Adekunle Opeyemi Olumide as he steers the affairs of the people of Aladodo Community.”