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Osi Ekiti indigenes mourn as monarch dies

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Osi Progressive Union OPU has commiserated with Osi – Ekiti indigenes at home and abroad over the death of the monarch, Oba Oladiran Adewoye Agunbiade 111, who joined his ancestors on August 4, 2021.

In a statement, the President of OPU, Oludare Fadogba, said the Holy Book admonishes us “‘there is a time for everything under the sun. A time to be born and a time to die.’”

According to Fadogba, “Here we talk of a King, a superhero who bestrode the firmament of Osi-Ekiti Kingdom and reigned for 30 great and awesome years accompanied by the legion and diverse developments.”

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“His Royal Majesty Oba Oladiran Adewoye Agunbiade 111, the Olosi of Osi-Ekiti Kingdom, took over the seat of his forefathers at a time Osi Kingdom was in search of peace. His ascension to the throne immediately set on us and brought every element together to foster a new beginning in the town”, the OPU leader said.

“Kabiyesi loved peace, lived peace shared peace, and encouraged peace in his domain. It is therefore of little wonder that his reign experienced peace all through.’

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