Alawo stool: Don’t set our ancient town on fire, Crown Prince tells LGChairman in Osun

A Crown Prince of ancient town of Awo in Egebedore Local Government
area of Osun State, Prince Abubakar Adeniyi has cautioned the local
government Chairman, Mr. Olayiwola Abiola Lamby against setting the
town on fire because of selfish agenda on vacant stool of Alawo.

Prince Abubakar maintained that the Council boss has begun the
hanky-panky game into the selection process which he was expected to
be neutral on the subject matter by hoarding the Expression of
Interest form to fill the vacant stool which he sold to only his
(Lamby) preferred contestant in the race for the stool, one Taye
Adegboye, as a way to deny others the participation in the said
selection process, until the intervention of the State Ministry of
Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs before others could obtain
their forms.

He stated that Mr. Lamby began the manipulation of the selection
process by accepting a letter from just an association on the end of
burial rite of the immediate past monarch, instead of the remaining
two (2) kingmakers.

In a related development, Prince Abubakar through his Lawyer,
Barrister Lekan Alabi, wrote the State Governor, Alhaji Isiaka
Adegboyega Oyetola to express his displeasure over the manipulation of
the appointment of five (5) Warrant Chiefs which were nominated by
Lamby through a contestant to the stool of Alawo from Adegboye’s
extraction of Abioye Ruling house.

He added that the action was a trick employed by the Chairman to deny
Adeniyi’s extraction of Abioye Ruling House to ascend the stool of
Alawo, adding that the Council boss had also employed the service of
one acclaimed DSS Officer with phone:-08065287053, who was stigmatized
to call himself Muazu or Muhammed , to be threatening him(Prince
Abubakar).

According to the Letter dated 3rd of September, 2020, with the title,
Re: Alawo stool: Complaint of Tension and Illegal Appointment of
Warrant Chiefs in Awo, and forwarded to the Governor and others, to
explain the hanky-panky game of Mr. Lamby on the selection of new
Alawo.

The letter read thus; “We act as Solicitors to Prince Abubakar Adeniyi
of Abioye Ruling House, Awo, Egebedore Local Government of Osun State,
whom shall hereinafter be referred to as our client.

” We write to inform your Excellency of the illegal act of the
outgoing Chairman of Egbedore Local Government Area,Mr. Olayiwola
Abiola (a.ka.Lamby) who has been planning to impose a monarch on the
ancient town through the backdoor.

“The outgoing Chairman of Egbedore Local Government Area appointed
five (5) Warrant Chiefs at his own will from one Compound and House
that are not entitled to such Chieftaincy in Awo.This illegal act of
the Chairman was done through the nomination of Mr. Taye Adegboye, who
is also the outgoing leader of the Legislative Arm of Egbedore Local
Government; which act mislead the State Government in approving the
names of the said five (5) Warrant Chiefs.

Abubakar insisted that the three (3) of the five (5) nominees were
from Adegboye’s extraction of Abioye ruling house and they are;
Memunat Oladepo and Adeyemi Hassan, a relation of Taye’s father,
Muhammadu Alimi, a Lagos based blood relation of Taye Adegboye which
is Muyideen Oladejo and only partial neutral person is Mr. Jimoh
Adisa.

The Letter submitted that “May we state to your Excellency that the
said Mr. Taye Adegboye is also interested in the Alawo stool and we so
submit that the biased act of the Council boss is repugnant to natural
justice, equity and good conscience. And we urge your Excellency to
use your good office to stop the Ministry of Local Government and
Chieftaincy Affairs to stop all the processes in respect of Alawo
stool so that the interest of justice can be said to have been done”.

“Our Client therefore calls on Security Agents including; men of
Nigeria Police Force (NPF), Department of State Security (DSS),
Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and Osun Amotekun
Security Agency to investigate the allegation of complicity on the
appointments of those five (5) nominees in order to unravel the
hanky-panky game of the Council Chairman”.

It would be recalled that the Alawo stool became vacant when Oba Musa
Olatunbosun Adebayo from Akinsilo Ruling House, joined his ancestors
on 24th of June, 2020 and the next ruling house to produce the new
Alawo is Abioye ruling house, in accordance with the other of rotation
as contained in the Alawo of Awo Chieftaincy Declaration of 1978.

Signed:
Prince Abubakar Adeniyi
Abioye Ruling House,
Awo, Egbedore Local Government.
+2347069330499

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