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"Every crown belong to God" - Oluwo enlighten many kings on idol and God's position in the palace.

The paramount ruler and the king of Iwoland land, Emperor Abdulrasheed Adewale Adekanbi, has just given a clear meaning of who a King is and how their palace should be treated.

While reacting on his Facebook page, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale said "the kings are the representative of God almighty on earth and part of what he said that needed to be taken serious include:


According to Oba Adewale, he said the palace of the earthly king is also an abode of God Almighty and as such it must be kept holy and free from pure always.

Also, he affirmed idolatry as alien to Kingship, noting crowns are the sacred, authoritative and exclusive property of God. Remember, some people believe that is it the customs, traditional and culture of the Yoruba that the kings must be Idol Worshipper. Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale said, "God is the king, that means the palace where the king lives should be the house of God. The only odium and rival of God in that palace is the deities or idols."

The king also iterated that killing innocent people to appease the God's or as a sacrifice is pure sin and sheer wickedness. Our forefathers have made that mistake, it will be so wrong of us if we continue with that practice, he said.

The Oluwo of Iwoland, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale is a devoted and committed Islam worshipper and as such he said, any other religion that is different from Christianity and Islam is a strange religion to kingship.

Oba Abdulrasheed said the issue of kingship should not be attached to idol worshipping, you can be a King and still worship your God like everyone else. "I still hear and take directives from God," Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale says.

He said, "He said the foundation of every crown is God."


Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale also confirms that the Yoruba tradition and culture is one of the best in the world. Over time, the respect an average Yoruba man gives to traditional culture and custom is worth emulating.

Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale said a lot about the tradition, culture and custom of Yoruba and how to tackle it as a king. Click HERE to read the whole write-up.

Source: Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Facebook Page.

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