Ex-COAS Buratai Bags Yoruba Chieftaincy Title

 

Olowu of Kuta, HRM Oba Adekunle Makama Oyelude, Tegbosun iii, has conferred the chieftaincy title of ‘Are Balogun Agba’ of Owu-Kuta Kingdom on former chief of army staff and Nigerian Ambassador to the Benin Republic, Lt Gen TY Buratai rtd.

According to the letter of conferment sighted by InsightMedia on Monday, Olowu said; “Besides my long-standing excellent inter-personal relationship with you, your qualification as an icon worthy of being bestowed with High Chieftaincy titles of Owu-Kuta is superlative.

The First Class Monarch explains that since he assumed the throne of his forefathers on the 15th September, 2012, he has developed three main concerns as primary objectives in Office, which include peaceful coexistence, socio-economic development and qualitative leadership.

He said ; “Confernment of this title on you by the Owu Kingdom is a further testimony to the fact that people appreciate what you have done and the ones you are still doing for the country. This long-earned title should further reinvigorate you to do more for posterity.

“After due consultation with the Olowu-in-Council and the entire Royal Family, I hereby confer on you the High Chieftaincy title of:
‘Are Balogun Agba’ of ‘Owu-Kuta’ Kingdom.

“Please accept our congratulation with the highest royal esteem!
The installation will take place at a date to be announced later.

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1 thought on “Ex-COAS Buratai Bags Yoruba Chieftaincy Title

  1. HE DID NOT DO THE COMPLETE POSTRATION OR IS HE ON THE WAY TO DOING IT BEFORE THE CAMERA SNAP.

    In Yoruba land and before the monarch especially. You go flat on your tommy to pay obeisance and venerate the king offering a chieftancy title.

    I WANT TO GIVE THE HONOUREE THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT.

    Congratulations to Gen. Burutai.

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