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By Abiodun Kareem 

It would be the gathering of crowns and horsetails inside the palatial auditorium of the Olu of Makogi, Ogun State,

Come 16th - 21st May 2022, all road leads to Igbein Land, in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State as it Paramount Ruler, His Royal Majesty, Alayeluwa, Oba Babatunde Akanni Sonora, the Olu of Makogi, Igbein Land, is set to celebrate his Third of Ascending the throne of his forebears.

The Monarch has been in the saddle as the King of the land and his set to maximize the avenue by holding the first ever Makogi Day, in which selected individuals with be honoured with Traditional Titles.

The event is set to hold on the aforementioned day at the Palace of the Olu of Makogi with distinguished guests gracing the epoch occasion.

His Royal Majesty, Oba Festus Makinde, the Oba of Igbein Land and His Royal Majesty, Oba Olasukanmi Tijani, the Alawowo of Awowo, Owu Kingdom are the distinguished Royals for the day.

Iya Alaje Oodua of the Source, Chief Mrs Toyin Kolade is the Mother of the Day alongside Ayinbi Mojisola Adams; Alhaja Fausat Ibrahim and Alhaja Salawat Olutosin.

The Royal Fathers for the day His Royal Majesty, Oba (Dr) Babatunde Olaogun Ogunlaja, The Aladeshoyin and Paramount Ruler of Odo-Noforija, Epe Kingdom.

The reverred Monarch is also the President General of Heritage Forum.

The official Media partner of the event is Heritage Forum.

The Ogun State Cultural troop, which is said to have represented Nigeria at series of international cultural fiesta, is expected to add flavor to the gathering with its sound and songs in praise of the traditional rulers.

It would be recalled that the Aladesanyin of Odo-Noforija Kingdom, Lagos State, Oba Babatunde Ogunlaja was appointment as the President-General of the Heritage Forum in 2019.

His appointment then had the trapping of a coup detat because Oba Ogunlaja had no inkling of the arrangement.

Interestingly, the Monarch will three years on after his appointment grace the Third Years Ceremony of the Olu Makogi, in what many had terms a divine coincidence.

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