Olujare: What Ondo Speaker, Oleyelogun Said About The Late Monarch



The Speaker of the Ondo State House Of Assembl, Rt Hon. Bamidele Oleyelogun has commiserated with the people of Ijare in Ifedore Local Government Area of the State on the passage of the Olujare, Oba Adegbamigbe Oluwagbemigun, who joined his ancestors last week Friday, August 20.

Oleyelogun in a statement on Monday through his special assistant, Bravo Atuya described the late monarch as a man of his words, who would never compromise the unity of Ifedore and most especially his home town Ijare.

He said Ijare and the council would surely missed his doggedness and boldness.

“Oba Adebamigbe Oluwagbemigun was bold and very courageous and history would never forget his activities during his reigns. He was a man with a heart of lion.

“His passing away at this crucial time when his royal advise is needed most, is a great loss to the Ijare people and Ifedore local government.”

The speaker who is also from Ifedore prayed to God to rest the soul of the departed monarch.

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