JUST IN: Soun-Elect: Makinde Disregarded Rule Of Law – Fmr Oyo Attorney General

A former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Oyo State, Aare Abdusalam Abdullah, has alleged the Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde of disregard for the rule of law over the selection and approval of Prince Afolabi Olaoye as Soun-elect of Ogbomoso.

OSUN DEFENDER reports that Makinde approved the appointment of the RCCG pastor as the new Soun of Ogbomoso on Saturday….CONTINUE READING

Abdullah in a statement on Monday, described the decision of the governor as flagrant disregard for the rule, arguing that there are pending cases in court on the subject matter.

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Governor Makinde

He argued that the appointment took place when multiple cases were pending in court challenging the purported and arbitrary selection of the Soun-designate to the vacant throne of the Ogbomoso monarch.

Among the related court cases is the one challenging the constitutionality of the Ogbomoso Chieftaincy Declaration in Suit No: HOG/27/2023 wherein the Governor of Oyo State, Attorney General of Oyo State e.t.c. are defendants.

According to him, the Governor’s action has exceeded the bounds of civility and drawn the state to the Hobbesian state of nature.

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He said, “Notwithstanding the blatant breach of law and order, the Laoye Ruling Family of Ogbomoso must refuse to be provoked.

“The Laoye Ruling House should live as an indivisible and indissoluble family. The Ten (10) units that consist the Laoye Family of Ogbomoso have common ancestor and any stranger or group of strangers within and outside Ogbomoso who tries to interfere and or cause disharmony within the Laoye Family will be disappointed at the end of the day.

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“The family must remain united in love and fraternity to withstand the test of time.

“The pursuit for justice has just begun until fairness and equity are restored in the selection processes.

“We must ensure the sanctity of our traditional institution and resist invasion of our custom and tradition. The Laoye Family must not sit on the fence and have its fingers crossed without pursuing the matter to its most logical and legal conclusion….CONTINUE READING

“The struggle has just begun within the context of legality.”