Oluwo of Iwo, Oba AbdulRashed Akanbi has paid a royal visit to a renowned Don identified as Professor M O Fawole. Oluwo who described Fawole as one of Iwo's prides prayed that he lives for many more years in good and sound health!
It will be recalled that even since the day Eid-el-Fitri celebration took place, May 13th, 2021, the first-class monarch has been moving around the ancient town to pay some prominent indigenes and Islamic clerics a visit!
Photos of Oluwo and the renowned professor
The visit was coming hours after the controversial king had described himself as a digital monarch with digital crown. The newly acquired crown is said to be the first of its kind as it is being powered by electricity! He asked people to feel, love or hate as he rules with ideas. However, his post became controversial when he said no more stagnation to customs, culture and Traditional values!
Also, he had, before now, Oluwo had visited an Orphanage home and adopted a child! All these activities are being done to mark 2021 Eid-el-Fitri prayers. It was a touching moment for everyone as the adopted child was a day old child picked at road side and brought to orphanage home. After naming the child Akanbi Oluwo thereafter pledged to take full responsibility of his upbringing!
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