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Saturday, December 31, 2016

Court Orders Osun CP To Arrest Oluwo

A magistrate’s court sitting in Osogbo, Osun State has ordered the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr. Fimihan Adeoye, to arrest the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, and bring him to court on January 6, 2017.


The magistrate, Olusola Aluko, gave the fresh order on Friday when the case involving the monarch came up for hearing again.

He said he was surprised that the police commissioner had not arrested Oluwo since he first issued the bench warrant of arrest against the first class monarch. Aluko expressed dismay that the police commissioner had not effected the bench warrant of arrest he had issued against the monarch, which he said he had signed and handed over to an officer of the state police command.

Aluko stated that the case instituted by the Oluwo Oke of Iwo Oke, Oba Kadiri Adeoye, against Akanbi before his court was not a chieftaincy case but a criminal one.


It will be recalled that the magistrate had on December 2 threatened to issue a bench warrant against the Oluwo if he failed to appear before him on December 20, but the monarch failed to appear before the court.

The magistrate then issued a bench warrant against the monarch on December 20 but the monarch allegedly said he would not appear before the magistrate.

Aluko had also issued a fresh bench warrant against the monarch on Wednesday for contempt of court but the monarch still did not appear on Friday.

The Oluwo had earlier told our correspondent in an interview that he would not appear before the magistrate, but subsequent efforts to get his reaction to the fresh order of arrest were not successful as calls put across to his telephone did not connect.
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11 comments:

  1. They are scared to arrest him. Nonsense police.

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    1. Kikikikikik.. His glasses or mirror screen like dos going for sky diving.. JusJokin

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  2. Hmmmmm...Nigeria's don dey resist arrest...choi...

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  3. Intelligentsia princess31 December 2016 at 07:23

    O.k

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  4. Leave Oluwo alone. Kabiyesi ma jaye oba lo.

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  5. Case that they will sweep under the carpet. So why all the unnecessary noise making 😒😒

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  6. Case that wont go far.. Delay defeat enquity




    Mc pinky

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  7. It is forbidden to arrest a king ooo,Kings got immunity.These police just want to bring curse on their heads.

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