Akirun Stool: Gboleru’s ruling chamber calls on Osun’s government. suspend all activities
Gboleru Ruling House of Ikirun through their son, Prince Tajudeen Adesegun Gboleru, wrote a letter to the Governor of Osun State, Gboyega Oyetola, urging him to be cautious on the matter Stools from Akirun due to ongoing litigation.
The family, through their legal advisor, Oladapo Ogunwusi, said in the letter that there were cases in the High Court and Court of Appeal courts raising serious concerns, the government asked. state to suspend all activities close to the selection or installation of a king until all issues are resolved. are resolved.
“As you are probably aware, there are cases before the High Court and the Court of Appeal, raising serious questions about the attitude and intention of the state government and some members of the institution of traditional chiefdom who seem determined to carry out their mission, wishes against the correct provisions of the chiefdom statement on the Akirun stool.
“Our prayer is that the governor suspend all activities related to the selection and installation of Akirun pending a clear direction from the courts.
“Your Excellency, you have always stood for fairness and justice in all your cardinal relationships in power. We are not afraid to leave this sensitive subject in your right hands. The extent to which we pray is necessary in the interests of the peace and justice which your administration has sworn to protect and uphold at all times, ”the letter said.
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