Customary bosses and lord producers in Ibeju-Lekki Local Council of Lagos State have spoke to Governor Bababjide Sanwo-Olu to introduce the Oba-assign, Mr. Razak Olasunkanmi.
Talking at a press preparation, the bosses, including Taiwo Adebambo, Ahmed Aromire and Adeleke Salami, among others, said a letter had been submitted to the workplace of the lead representative with that impact through the Ibeju-Lekki Local Council.
They said Olasunkanmi is a bonafide individual from the local area and has gone through all cycles, very much like different competitors, yet was picked by the kingmakers after a thorough screening meeting.
One of the bosses, Adebambo said: “We have picked a ruler subsequent to going through vital customary ceremonies. The Oba-assign has our help since he satisfied all necessities. He is an authentic child of the land. All bothered people ought to be quiet; how about we cooperate with the new ruler,” he said.
He added that specialists of the Ibeju-Lekki Local Council had affirmed the determination of Olasunkanmi, encouraging abused people to try not to incite inconvenience locally.
One of the competitors, Prince Lateef Ajumobi, spoke to wronged individuals from the local area to acknowledge Olasunkanmi.
The Oba-assign, Olasunkanmi likewise expressed that he went through all cycles and challenged with 18 others. He bemoaned that the choice board of trustees expected to intercede in the discussion had personal stake in different up-and-comers.
He, be that as it may, spoke to distressed competitors to take the outcome in compliance with common decency and work with him to move the local area to lucky statures.
We went through all the vital screening and I was picked as the following lord.
“My rise was without anomalies. I went through the proper cycles. I ask other wronged competitors to allow us to cooperate to push Ibeju-Lekki ahead. I’m requiring their help to take this local area to more prominent statures. It is critical to keep up harmony and solidarity to encourage advancement,” he said.
A previous Ibeju-Lekki Local Council Chairman, Mr Razak Balogun, who noticed that the choice interaction was reasonable, urged abused gatherings to acknowledge the outcome and work with the new ruler.