Aseyin: Ibadan Mogajis, Idris Ajimobi Commiserate With Family, Oke-Ogun People.
...He gave chieftancy title to Ibadan indigenes than others - Ibadan Chiefs
The family heads (Mogajis) and Chiefs in Ibadanland, and The Ibadan South West Constituency II candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Idris Ajimobi on Monday condoled with the people of Iseyin and traditional rulers in Oke Ogun over the death of Oba Abdul Ganiyy Salawudeen, Ajinase, Ologunebi 11, who joined his ancestors at age 62.
In it’s condolence message, the Ibadan Mogajis noted that late Aseyin gave more chieftaincies titles and recognitions to more prominent sons and daughters of Ibadanland more than any other traditional rulers outside the city.
They maintained that the monarch was an exemplary leader and true believer in the process and development of Oyo State.
“Aseyin accommodate everyone regardless of where you came from, he never commercialise his chieftaincies structure, he gives both honorary and traditional chieftaincies to only the worthy recipients without any forms of financial inducement.”
In his reaction, the Ibadan South West Constituency II candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Aare Akogun Muslumi of Oyo State, Hon. Idris Abolaji Abiola-Ajimobi also condoled with the people of Iseyin over the death of the monarch.
In a statement issued by his media aide and made available to newsarena.ng in Ibadan on Sunday, Aare Akogun musulumi of Oyo state described the passing away of the monarch as another great loss to Yorubaland.
The statement reads:
“The news of the death of His Royal Majesty, Oba (Dr.) Abdulganiy Salawudeen Adekunle Oloogunebi came to me as a rude shock.
“The late Ajinese 1 was a great father to many of us. His leadership qualities and styles would be great missed.
“As the Chairman of the Conference of Oke-Ogun Obas and Chiefs, the Aseyin provided qualitative leadership. He was extremely passionate about the development of Oke-Oke-Ogun, Oyo State and Yorubaland”.
“The first-class monarch’s death is another great loss to Yorubaland. The late Ajinese’s indelible fatherly roles in Oke-Ogun and Oyo State would be solely missed”.
“I extend my solemn condolences to the Aseyin Royal families, the Aseyin-In-Council, the Conference of Oke-Ogun Obas and Chiefs; the Oyo State Council of Obas and Chiefs; the Yoruba traditional council, the people of Oke-Ogun and Oyo State. Also, I commiserate with the Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria, Olukayode Ariwoola, Barr. Ahamed Raji (SAN) over the loss of this first class monarch.
“May Almighty Allah Forgive his shortcomings and Grant him Aljanah Fridauz”.