A sociocultural organization and umbrella body for Igbomina descendants in Kwara State, Orisun Igbomina has described the appointment of Prince (Barr) Ismail Bolaji Yahaya Muhammed Atoloye Alebiosu as the new Olupo of Ajase Ipo and the traditional head of the Igbomina people in Kwara state, as a well-informed decision that portends peace, development and prosperity for the Igbomina people.

Speaking with journalists in Ilorin on Tuesday, the President-General of the group, Chief Gbenga Awoyale said, “The appointment of Prince (Barr) Ismail Bolaji Yahaya Muhammed Ayoloye Alebiosu is a popular decision among the people of Ajase Ipo and greatly welcome by the entire people of Igbomina.

“Orisun Igbomina is confident that Prince (Barr) Alebiosu will bring forth his wealth of experience, exposure and uncommon personality traits to bear in fostering peace, development and posterity in the ancient town of Ajase Ipo and the Igbomina land in general.”

Awoyale appreciated Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for demonstrating impartiality and swiftness in the process culminating in the selection of new Olupo of Ajase Ipo, noting that only people-oriented leaders ensure the people’s will dictates their decisions as reflected in the Governor’s stance on the Olupo stool.

While also extending his appreciation to the Kwara State traditional council, Irepodun traditional council and the Olupo-in-council, for their unrelenting efforts towards ensuring a hitch-free and successful transition, the Orisun Igbomina leader urged other Princes who contested the Olupo stool to rally around and support the new Olupo in the interest of the community and its future.

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