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Senate President, Lawan Becomes Aare Akorewolu Of Iyin Kingdom, Ekiti

The Senate President of Nigeria, Ahmad Lawan has bagged a chieftaincy title during the first anniversary of the coronation of the Oluyin of Iyin, Oba Adeola Ajakaiye in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area of Ekiti State, Nigeria.

According to report, President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, stormed Ekiti for his conferment of a new Chieftaincy title of Aare Akorewolu of Iyin Kingdom, according to a statement via the official Facebook page of the Senate president, where pictures of his arrivals were also shared few hours ago.

While Senator Ahmad Lawan, and the Chief of Army Staff (CoAS), Lt.-Gen. Farouq Yahaya, appealed to Nigerians not to abandon the federal government in the fight against bandits, terrorists and kidnappers during the first anniversary of the coronation of the Oluyin Of Iyin, just before lawmaker representing Ekiti Central Senatorial District, Senator Opeyemi Bamidele, donated a coaster bus to the Oluyin-in- Council and promised to continue to work hard to attract the dividends of democracy to Ekiti State.

Lawan, however thanked the monarch for the honour, adding that the founding fathers of Nigeria, faced many challenges and solved them with the support of the people. Noting that Security is a business of everybody, all stakeholders, particularly the community leaders. It is the responsibility of every Nigerian. While appealing to Nigerians to join them in the task of securing the nation.

In the same vein, the Senate President, Sen. Ahmad Lawan, and six other prominent Nigerians which include former Director General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Maj.-Gen. Bamidele Olawumi and wife, an Israeli, Him Hille and wife, Mr Ayodeji Adeosun and Mrs Veronica Ndanusa were conferred with chieftaincy titles of Iyin-Ekiti, in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area.

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