The Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Lekan Balogun, has condemned in totality the disruption of chieftaincy installation by hoodlums believed to have been hired by some prospective Mogajis and Baales, praizemedia report.
The installation, which was held on Monday, August 22, was said to have been disrupted by the hoodlums, and this was said to have forced the monarch to suspend the activities, The Punch reports. In a statement issued and signed by his personal assistant (media), Oladele Ogunsola, Oba Balogun expressed disappointment at the unruly behaviour of the supporters of the prospective chiefs.
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The monarch noted that the disruption led to the programme’s abrupt end shortly after installing only three out of 10 chiefs slated for the day.
The Olubadan said in the statement:
“It was a sad scene, seeing miscreants storming the palace, where, accompanied by my members of council seated to perform the traditional rites throwing decorum to the wind in abeyance of the exalted and majestic positions of my members of the council.”