Precision Publisher, Adebumiti Commiserates With Ijare People Over Passage Of Olujare

File photo: Olujare of Ijare, Oba Adebamigbe Oluwagbemigun (Kokotiri II) and his wife during Ijare day 2019. Photo credit: The Precision NG


The Publisher of Ondo-based online medium – The Precision NG, Olusegun Hakeem Adebumiti has commiserated with the people of Ijare town in Ifedore Local Government Area of Ondo State, over the passage of the Olujare of Ijare, Oba Adebamigbe Oluwagbemigun, Kokotiri II.

In a statement he personally signed on Friday, Mr Adebumiti who is a son of Odo Oja Quarters in Ijare, described the late Monarch as one whose reign was peaceful.

The Online Journalist noted that the late Olujare was supportive and good to a fault, as he doesn’t take for granted any issue about the development of his subjects when brought to his attention.

“I recalled vividly my first meeting with him at his palace in Ijare in 2015. I was accompanied by my Father and when he saw me, he asked him if I’m his biological son. When my Father replied affirmatively, he appended my document and wished me well.

“Since his reign which began in 1996, Ijare has witnessed tremendous growth, with the sons and daughters of the community now more united to charge a common front. The non-indigenes also enjoyed some level of camaraderie during his reigns.

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“Take a look at the issue of the Cattle that were struck by thunder in Ijare, he was able to manage the issue with a high sense of diplomacy,” Adebumiti said.

The Precision Publisher further commiserated with the Sapetu of Ijare, High Chief Wemimo Olaniran; Odunwo of Ijare, High Chief Idowu Adebumiti and other Chiefs in the town.

“I want to use this medium to also commiserate with the sons and daughters of Ijare in Nigeria and the Diaspora on the passage of the Olujare.”

Adebumiti also wish the incoming Regent, the High Chief Salotun a very peaceful tenure.

Ijare town is specifically noted for its growing and preservation of Kolanuts which earns it the appellative nickname “Ijare Elewe Obi” meaning, Ijare, the Kolanut city.

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