On Wednesday, High Chief Rashidi Ladoja, a former governor of Oyo State and the Otun Olubadan of Ibadanland, expressed his displeasure with the ascension of 11 High Chiefs to the status of beaded crown Oba. Otun Olubadan of Ibadanland is High Chief Rashidi Ladoja. Rashidi Ladoja was the Otun Olubadan of Ibadanland in addition to his duties as High Chief. The person in charge of ruling Ibadanland is High Chief Rashidi Ladoja, popularly known as the Otun Olubadan. High Chief Ladoja, also known by the title Otun Olubadan, governed Ibadanland. He was the region’s leading figure. He made it plain that he was exclusively interested in the Olubadan throne of Ibadanland, and he created the impression that he had no desire to sit on any other throne. His remarks were in response to news that 11 High Chiefs had been promoted to their current positions. His comments were in response to the article. His comments were in response to what was written in the article. The report that was presented had a big influence on his views.
According to an exclusive story written and published by The PUNCH, the Governor of Ibadan State, Seyi Makinde, has given his approval for 11 of the state’s High Chiefs to be elevated to the position of beaded crown Oba. The news organization created and published the item. This article was published in the PUNCH magazine. This information was included in the letter that the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Lekan Balogun, personally delivered to the governor. The governor was the recipient of the letter. Furthermore, the letter stated that the installation will take place on Friday, July 7, and that all pertinent information was included in the letter. The PUNCH had exclusively reported this
Other High Chiefs to be elevated are Balogun of Ibadanland, Owolabi Olakulehin; Otun Balogun, Tajudeen Ajibola; Osi Olubadan, Eddy Oyewole; Osi Balogun, Lateef Adebimpe; Ashipa Olubadan, Biodun Kola-Daisi; Ashipa Balogun, Kola Adegbola; Ekerin Olubadan, Hamidu Ajibade; Ekerin Balogun, Olubunmi Isioye; Ekarun Olubadan; Bayo Akande and Ekarun Balogun, Abiodun Azeez.
Ladoja told the reporters at his private residence in Bodija, Ibadan, the state capital, “When I set out to join the race to become the Olubadan, I was focusing on how to become the Olubadan, and the only crown I want to wear is that of Olubadan of Ibadanland.” Ladoja was speaking to the media at his private residence in Bodija, the state capital of Ibadan. Ladoja was speaking to the media on his own home in the Bodija district of Ibadan, the state capital. Ibadan, the state capital, was the setting for Ladoja’s conversation with journalists, which took place in his apartment there. Ladoja made these remarks while speaking with members of the media on his own property in Bodija, which is located in Ibadan, the state’s capital city. Bodija can be located in Ibadan. Ladoja conducted the interview on his personal home in the Bodija district of Ibadan, the state capital and major city in the region. Ibadan is the name of the city where Bodija may be located.