Photos: Oluwo Pushed By Ooni’s Bodyguard For Refusing To Let Ooni Pass To His Seat

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Feb 3, 2018 – Photos: The Moment Ooni Of Ife’s ADC, Bodyguard Warned Oluwo Of Iwoland To Allow Ooni To Pass Before Pushing Him Aside When He Refused

The Oluwo of Iwo has released a press statement accusing  the Ooni of Ife of ordering his security details to push him out of his way at a function in Port Harcourt on Tuesday.

Here is the press statement he released with photo evidence.

With Oluwo of Iwo, drama never ends.

Courtesy demands that you give way to whoever is trying to pass.

Ooni is one of the most revered Kings in Yorubaland for crying out loud.

As a Yoruba monarch, Oluwo ought to have honoured the Ooni of Ife without going this far.

Is he trying to prove that his rank is higher than the Ooni or what??.

16 thoughts on “Photos: Oluwo Pushed By Ooni’s Bodyguard For Refusing To Let Ooni Pass To His Seat

  1. The Ooni is their boss and their all in all. The earlier they accept that fact the better.Who is Oluwo to want to rub shoulder with a whole Ooni.They should respect the Ooni’s office and accord him his full respect,age has nothing to do in this.The Oluwo was not supposed to be in that position as a sign of respect for the Ooni knowing fully well that the Ooni was not yet seated yet. E ye binu eni toti dara fun. They shouldn’t take that young man’s gentleness and humility for a ride. The Ooni is their superior and he will always be.Long live your reign YOUR IMPERIAL MAJESTY Oba Enitan Adedeye Ogunwusi. KABIYESI O. Im beginning to dislike that Oluwo becos of his arrogance.

  2. Who is that Oluwo? Oluwo is Baale where the Ooni is seated.Who are even the organisers of that programme sef?how can they invite a lower class Oba where the Ooni is also invited.It is wrong.

  3. That’s why d Jamaican wife has left this idiots. He is quick to say it’s a lie and pay reporters to debunk rumours. But d wife has left. He is a past drug dealer and fraudster. Congratulations to his new olori omolara olutayo from iwo. He doesn’t show her coz she’s not as beautiful as d Jamaican but he will soon beg d Jamaican wife to come back becoz all he is doing lately is so shameful to his throne.

  4. what was the Oluwo of Iwo discussing with Abdulrahman Dambazau that required Him standing while Dambazau was on his sit, HRM Oluwo of Iwo degraded himself in my own view based on the pictures above.

  5. No matter what Oluwo might have done, he deserves respect, He’s also a king. d guard shouldn’t have pushed him. he’s gone too far.

  6. Pls Ooni should pls sit in his palace jare and let them stop disrespecting his crown, because he is at every function and event other honorarium kings don’t now seems to respect him as the head of Yoruba traditional rulers, wat they can’t try with alaafin oyo. First it was oba akinolu of Lagos,later it was alode of isoki and now olowu.

  7. Am so sorry for iwo indigenes to have made Adekanbi their Oba.
    He is a disgrace, and I know he will not stop.
    Probably he had some shots of cocaine before he went for the meeting. Hahahaha

  8. Cutsery demand oniwo abi naa oluwo she pave way without bn told, even if its nt an Oba. I can imagine if the person coming were to be an ordinary person, mchew…..

  9. They should give honour to the higher authority, Ooni is superior to them by ranking n he should be given due RESPECT for yoruba and acestral sake. Ooni can be any where he hadbeen invited to he was choosing to do it,he can not seat away from doing so so far GOD gave him the GRACE to do it.God bless Yoruba Land n God bless Nigeria !

  10. Oluwo again? He has disregard himself, how can he stand up for danbasau? its oni that’s giving them chance to disrespect his crown, Oni always sit in his palace, Ooni shouldn’t attend every ceremony!

  11. we ought not to be biased and sentimental in our contributions. As a Yoruba indigent, I know and respect what the Ooni stool symbolizes. but truth be told in all fairness, the action of the bodyguard to the Oluwo of IWO is a slap to the entire Yoruba kingdom and shouldn’t have been taken lightly by the Ooni.

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