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Ogun first class Oba withdraws Okorocha’s chieftaincy title

Rochas Okorocha
Rochas Okorocha

Oba Akintunde Akinyemi, the Eselu of Iselu Kingdom, has announced the withdrawal of the chieftaincy title of Otunba Asoludero on Rochas Okorocha, former Imo State governor.

The installation ceremony, which was supposed to be held on September 19, was cancelled by the first-class traditional ruler.

This was contained in a letter dated August 9, signed by the Oba Akinyemi and addressed to the former and now Senator.

The first class monarch had recently pronounced the lawmaker as the Otunba Asoludero of Iselu kingdom in Yewa -North Local Government Area of Ogun.

He had said that the conferment was due to Okorocha’s efforts in unifying different tribes across the country.

But the monarch in a letter on Monday explained that the chieftaincy title was withdrawn “in the interest of peace and harmony”.

Written by Online Editor

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