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RARE: Yoruba King Who Remains a Classroom Teacher

One of the best thing or position to enjoy is the pecks of being from the royal family. Will you then consider how highly placed and worshiped as the case may be if finally crowned as the traditional ruler of a particular village or town?

Well, there is this rare traditional ruler who is as meek and gentle and can also be described as a silent achiever. He is no other person than the Orangun of Oke-Ila, Oba Adedokun Omoniyi Abolarin.

Oba Abolarin who is the founder of The Abolarin College is also a classroom teacher at the school he owns and like every other teacher, he presents himself in the class as at when due teaching government as a subject.

He is said to know the names of each of his students off hand. The students who are about a hundred in number relates with him as their biological father as he takes them not only government as a subject but play the role of a counselor motivates the students almost at all time, teaching them how to build their confidence and telling them how to be successful in life.

Oke-Ila Orangun is one of the twin sister-kingdoms, and capital of Ifedayo Local Government area of Osun State.

The king of Oke Ila in Osun state is known to be a school owner that gives an international standard education with a laptop to each of his students, free meal, free hostel, free internet access, no school fees, no uniform fee, adequate power supply, free books and many more which amounts to the provision of total free education.

Isn't he a rare man in a country like Nigeria where other royal fathers display ego at its peak.

The royal father who was installed on December 8, 2006 is from the Obasolo Ruling House, one of the four ruling houses among which the title rotates in Oke-Ila Orangun.

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Oba Adedokun Omoniyi Abolarin Oke-Ila Orangun Orangun Osun State Yoruba

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