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.
Culture is diverse, what is accepted by particular group of people may be seen as a taboo in another society. While many communities in Nigeria preserve the stool of traditional ruler as an exclusive right of men, there are still few other communities who bow for women and allow them to rule the land. One of such communities is Iboropa-Akoko in Akoko Northeast area in Ondo State who has a young woman as the traditional ruler of the land. The Regent of Iboropa-Akoko in Ondo State, HRH Princess Tinuade Ayomikun
Many Nigerians strive to set the pace even in the face of challenges and obstacles. The current regent of Iboropa-Akoko in Akoko Northeast area of Ondo State, Princess Tinuade Ayomikun Babalola is one of those few Nigerians who have set the pace. Princess Tinuade Ayomikun Babalola, Oluboropa of Iboropa emerged first female traditional ruler in Nigeria to attend NYSC camp while still on the throne. The female monarch who did her NYSC Orientation camp in Minna, said none of her fellow corps member knew she
While some regions and societies strictly preserve the throne of traditional rulers as an exclusive rights of men, there are few communities in Nigeria where women are allowed to rule. One of such communities is Iboropa-Akoko in Akoko Northeast area in Ondo State. The current Regent of Iboropa Akoko in Ondo State is Princess Tinuade Ayomikun Babalola. Princess Tinuade Ayomikun Babalola ascended the throne as the regent of Iboropa-Akoko in 2015 at the age of 17 years when he was still a student of Public Administration
Meet Tinuade Babalola, a beautiful young lady who was made a regent in 2015, not long after the death of her father. She was crowned shortly after the death of her father, Oba Emmanuel Ayowole Adejuyigbe. This has made this young lady to become the youngest female ruler in Nigeria. During Tinuade's coronation as a regent, she was made to go through some traditional rites of passage before she was pronounced a regent. These traditional rites she had passed through made her unable to get a boyfriend or get married.
We are going to reveal news about a female regent of iborapa Akoko part of Ondo state in this article. Regent Tinuade was made a regent in 2015, shortly after her father Oba Emmanuel Ayowole Adejuyigbe, passed on. She had to go through some traditional rites of passage before she was pronounced a regent she has caused her some of her rights to do some things outside her wishes like the one we are about to say now. The regent of iborapa Akoko in Akoko Northeast area of Ondo State, Tinuade Babalola has revealed