Akure monarch forbids Eze-Ndigbo from wearing crown

Akure—THE Deji of Akureland in Ondo State, Oba Aladetoyinbo Aladelusi yesterday listed conditions for truce with the estranged Eze Ndigbo of Akure, Gregory Iloehike.
One of the condition was that the Igbo leader is forbidden from wearing any form of crown henceforth.
Oba Aladelusi gave the conditions during a meeting Governor Olusegun Mimiko had with him and the Akure Council of Chiefs  in Akure on the lingering crisis.
The governor had earlier met with the Igbo leaders led by the embattled Eze Ndigbo, Iloehike at the governors office.
Ileohike was said to have denied disrespecting the Oba and pleaded with the governor to help resolve the over one-week crisis.
Other conditions include  that the  Eze Ndigbo must apologize for his unruly behaviour in at least three national dailies and on air.
“That the Igbo leader must write a letter of apology to  Oba Aladetoyinbo Ogunlade Aladelusi and the Deji-in-Council.
“That the title ‘Eze Ndigbo’ must be reviewed and replaced with a non-controversial honorary title and that the Igbo Leader must comply with all the earlier directives of the palace.’’
Dr Mimiko, however, apologized to the Oba on behalf of  the Igbo Leader.

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