Obasanjo expresses concern about division among Yoruba monarchs
The former President in his goodwill message urged traditional rulers in Ogun State to come together and bring unity and development to the state.
“Our traditional rulers are not united enough and you did not have baggage because as you are just coming in; your hands are pure, you must ensure that everything about you is pure.
Obasanjo stressed that traditional rulers must be ready to help their governors if truly they wanted development in their domains.
Police discover decomposing body of Ogun farm worker
The Deputy Governor, Noimot Salako-Oyedele, called on traditional rulers to assist the state government in achieving community development.
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