Olufon Stool: Prince Muideen Akinloye joins the race


As jostling for Olufon Stool continues, Prince Muideen Ajani Kasali Akinloye has joined the race.

Prince Akinloye declared his interest to succeed the Late Oba Almaroof Adekunle Olumoyero during a meeting of Olaojo Ruling House held at the weekend.

Akinloye is one of the sons of Prince Kasali Olayiwola Akinloye, the President of the Nigeria Union Of Tailor (NUT) Osun state branch.

In his statement when interviewed, Prince Akinloye said Ifon-Orolu being an ancient Kingdom is one of the earliest Yoruba first generational communities, stating that the vacant stool should filled as soon as possible.

Speaking on his agenda, the young and versatile Prince said his ascendancy to the throne will fast track development of the town as he experience will be brought to bear.

He implored the elders and sons of the Olaojo Ruling House to give him full support in making his intentions achievable in the interest of Ifon-Orolu.

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