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Wednesday, 19 February 2020

I Did Not Punch Agbowu Of Ogbaagba,I'm Only Fighting Corruption In A Traditional Way - Oluwo Claims

I Did Not Agbowu Of Ogbaagba,I'm Only Fighting Corruption In A Traditional Way - Oluwo Claims
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Oba Abdulrosheed Akanbi, the Oluwo of Iwo, has again denied assaulting Ogbaagba's Agbowu, Oba Dhirulahi Akinropo during a peace meeting over the land tussle between monarchs in Osun State's Ivo axis.

Oba Akanbi, who said he was only historically battling corruption, asked his detractors to leave him to God. He warned them against a hurried judgment, without knowing the matter.

He accused other monarchs of being land grabbers, claiming they were taking over family lands, selling them with impunity and imprisoning anyone who tried to challenge them.

He wrote on Instagram;

I did not punch anyone it's all lies !!


Oluwo denied the allegations that during a state peace conference he kicked Agbowu of Ogbaagba, Oba Dhirulahi Akinropo.
He asked those peddling lies against him to apologize for the matter, stating that there was never a time when he punched Agbowu, adding that they had only altercation they could handle.
Remember that the Oluwo, who was invited by the Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of the zone to the Zone 11 police headquarters in Osogbo, allegedly beat Oba Dhirulahi Akinropo during the peace meeting with Bashir Makama.

Addressing journalists at Nigeria Union of Journalists ' Correspondents Chapel in Osogbo on Tuesday, Oluwo said he will be judged by his intent to defend the helpless poor.

He told his critics to leave him to God and warn them against hurried judgment without knowledge of the matter.

The traditional ruler said most critics are ignorant of the hardship that some monarchs are inflicting on their subjects in his domain.

Oba Akanbi revealed that the affected monarchs had lorded themselves over their subjects, seized family land and impunity selling, and imprisoned anyone who tried to challenge them.

He also expressed concerns about how innocent members of the family are being sent to jail because the monarchs have manipulated their case by their accomplice.

He said that Bororo's current influx to his domain, invited by these Obas, called for concern selling lands to them for peanut. He announced the transportation of thousands of Bororo to Oori, a village under Iwoland and their Baale, Olori collected money and signed a memorandum of understanding without the consent of the Government. Do you want me to be harboring this?

The Oluwo also expressed disappointment at the fact that most Nigerians hailed bad leaders but vowed to continue fighting corruption in the traditional system just as President Buhari maintained,  is fighting political corruption by turning deaf ear to critics.

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