Some may wonder why a Traditional Ruler (Woman) is not allowed to marry or have a spouse, but it is simply because their culture forbids it, and there are only a few villages in Nigeria where women are allowed to reign.
One of the communities is Iboropa-Akoko, which is located in Ondo State's Akoko North-East area.
Princess Tinuade Ayomikun Babalola, THE OLUBOROPA OF IBOROPA AKOKO, ONDO STATE, ascended to the throne at the age of 17 when her father died, and she was a Public Administration student at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA) before ascending to the throne.
She has been on the throne for about 5 years and has been compelled to undergo various customary procedures, including being advised that she could not have a lover or marriage before being proclaimed regent of the kingdom.
Oba Emmanuel Ayowole Adejuyigbe, the Princess's father, was the community's former King who died some years ago.
Rumor has it that she was ordered to remain celibate throughout her reign in accordance with the culture of her kingdom.
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