Prince ADEJOHN Felicitates With the Newly Installed Olu Of Imasayi, Oba Kuoye Lukman Olalekan - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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Prince ADEJOHN Felicitates With the Newly Installed Olu Of Imasayi, Oba Kuoye Lukman Olalekan

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Prince John Adegbola has congratulated the newly installed Olu of Imasayi, His Royal Highness, Oba Kuoye Lukman Olalekan on his installation as the new monarch. He also prayed for his success.




The ancient town of Imasayi is in Yewa North Local Government of Ogun State.

A statement made available to the NPO Reports on Tuesday said the news of the approval of the new Oba of Imasayi has thrown the town into celebration.



The new Oba boasts of a wealth of experience in public service spanning over two decades; and the people of the kingdom are unanimous in their belief that his reign will usher peace and development to the town.





Prince Kuoye, from Oyesokun Ruling House, emerged victorious during the selection process conducted by the traditional chiefs under the strict supervision of officials of Yewa North Local Government officials in Ayetoro in March 2021.







Until his selection to the stool of his forefathers, Kuoye worked with National Identity Management Commission, NIMC. He had also served as Special Assistant to Governor Gbenga Daniel of Ogun State and was also a former Secretary and Vice-Chairman, Transition Committee of Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government.

A renowned social worker, Chief Kuoye holds a Masters’ Degree in Social Work from Lagos State University and was a Past President of Rotary Club of Atan-Ota and Charter President, Rotary Club of Ado-Odo.



The new Olu-Imasayi, who has accepted his selection, praised Governor Dapo Abiodun, and members of State Executive Council for affirming the popular choice of Imasayis. 


“I am confident that Imasayi will experience progress in leaps and bounds during his reign considering his wealth of experience and exposure.”


He urged him to work with the government and other traditional rulers across the state and country to foster peace, harmony and socio-economic development across the country.

However, He prayed that as he ascended to the throne of the Olu of Imasayi , “God Almighty will grant him wisdom and courage he will require to oversee further progress and greater prosperity for his people.”

Prince John Adegbola wished the new Oba “long and highly” successful reign in the service of his people and country.

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