The Kingmakers led by their Chairman, Chief Tajudeen Aremu Adewuyi, insisted that Mulero remained their Oba-elect, adding that to corroborate their position, they (kingmakers) and some traditional chiefs  met with the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Kunle Osota to put the record straight

Penpushing further reports that, Adewuyi who is also the Regent of Ibeseland, said the Permanent Secretary assured them that process of installing Mulero as the Aboro of Ibeseland was on-going and that the government has accepted the process that led to his election.

His words, “All the documents and the process of installing the king is going through the normal process as at now, that is what the Permanent Secretary told us, he told us that there is no problem.We read it in the media that the election of the King had been cancelled but on getting here (Governor’s Office, Abeokuta) now, there is nothing like that”.

“Everything is with the government; we are now waiting for them to give approval for the installation of our Oba-elect of Ibese which is Rotimi Oluwaseyi Mulero,  that is our Oba-elect in Ibese”, the kingmakers chairman stated

Penpushing also reports that, Adewuyi insisted that the process of electing the King had been concluded and that they were waiting for the approval of the government, and urged the people of Ibese to live peacefully among themselves, saying “We don’t want crisis. We are working the peace and development of the town”.

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