Facts have emerged on the circumstance that led to the rumour making the round that the paramount ruler of Iwo Kingdom, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, beat another monarch on Friday.
ROYAL NEWS gathered that Oba Akanbi was alleged too have beaten Oba Dhirulahi Akinropo, Agbowu of Ogbaagbaa town, inflicting injury on him.
Oluwo confirmed that the Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of zone 11, Bashir Makama, had called for a peace meeting amongst royal fathers from Iwo axis over land disputes.
he noted that monarchs under his domain were selling lands unlawfully, a pronouncement that was not go down well with those affected as they regroup to act against the authority of Oluwo who gave them the crown.
“At the peace meeting held at AIG office, Agbowu of Ogbaagbaa interrupted Oluwo while making his speech and called Oba Akanbi unprintable names, pointing his staff of office at Oluwo while attempt to stick the staff in his eyes was heavily rejected with force which Agbowu could not withstand.
“How could a constable openly insult commissioner of police and make attempt to beat the CP? Can any monarch try such with Ooni, Alaafin?, Oluwo said.
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