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Friday, 9 December 2016

Oyo State Traditional Ruler, Oba Okunade Adegoke, Dies In Auto Accident

A traditional ruler in Oyo State on Wednesday died in a road accident after his car collided with a truck.


The monarch–the Amunijio of Ijio in the Iwajowa Local Government Area of the state, Oba Okunade Adegoke– was said to be driving himself from Iwere-Ile to his kingdom around 10pm when he ran into the truck.

A source said the monarch was the only occupant of the car, adding that he died at the scene of the accident.


He said, “From what we could piece together at the scene of the accident, it seemed the kabiyesi was trying to avoid a vehicle when he ran into the truck. Help did not come immediately and by the time he was found, he had died from his injuries.”

His death came a week after the king was arraigned before the Okeho Magistrate’s Court for allegations bordering on threat to live, destruction of family business and using thugs to forcibly take possession of a stretch of land that belonged to another family.

He was also accused of destroying a farmland on which tree crops worth N10m were planted.

The prosecutor had also said Oba Adegoke and others, who were at large, on March 29, 2016, sent threat messages to a lawyer, Shittu Azeez, in the Okeho area of the state.

At the time, the counsel for the late monarch, Olufemi Akintomiwa, who was represented by Olakunle Afolabi, prayed the court to give the legal team more time to study the case

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31 comments:

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    1. It was his time(destiny), but a very sad way to die. Rip!!!

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  2. what a pity... But a bad thing to use position to defraud people

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  3. Hmmm, may his soul RIP

    Nemesis or what?

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  4. Juju things
    He was the hunter, but he was outsmarted and hunted down.
    RIP to the dead.

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  5. What a painful way to go. May God receive his soul that is if what they wrote about him is false.

    The devil is really out to cause tears, pains, sorrows to families. Everyone should be alert in the spirit and pray always to get covered by God.

    I pray God comfort the families he left behind. Chai

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  6. It might be voodoo at work...

    Tnx to Yoruba movies.





    Da'Diva

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  7. ile aiye..ile asan.

    ...vanity upon vanity







    let the redeemed of d lord say so.MY CASE IS DIFFERENT!

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  8. The God of justice has visited him,whatever evil u do to others will come back to hunt,sorry this justice came too early,maybe the people he hurt were really cryed and cursed him

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  9. You see?
    All the fighting for Land etc, it's all ended now.
    May his soul RIP

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  10. May his soul rest in peace. Sad!

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  11. RIP to the dead!This world is not our own!

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    1. Might be jazz at work. What a sad loss

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  12. RIP to the dead!This world is not our own!

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  13. African Magic...Court na long tin,some people no want adjournment tins

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  14. what a pity, a reminder for us to thread with caution

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  15. Na Jazz them use end this man jor. Haba.
    Just look at the allegations levied against him in court, am sure he could walk his way through n even bribe f judges n lawyers, but there is just one court n judge who doesn't not take bribes, Jehovah.
    Now did he carry d land n everything along?.. he ended up like a farmer. Too bad.God help us.
    This is a lesson to all those in power, who think they can oppress citizens, ur day is coming. The King of Kings will judge u accordingly.
    Belle B

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  16. The Lord fights for his people.

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  17. Time.....not ours...lets mind the way we treat pips ....RIP

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  18. So sad, may his soul rest in peace.

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  19. Never enter land tussle with anyone. Never drag material things wit anyone. Anything more can buy, never drag it with anyone. Life is too short. Be wise, be vigilant, live straight.

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  20. Hope its not karma?

    RIP to him?

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  21. When will our corrupt leaders start dying like this too?

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