In Ibeju Lekki area of Lagos state, it was an historic moment when a young boy was made a chief at the palace of Oba Babatunde Ishola Balogun, the Onisolu of Isolu kingdom, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos.
The traditional ruler conferred a chieftaincy title of Agbe-Asaga of Isolu Alade on a five-year-old Adebayo Olamilekan, also known as Adigun Olowe.
The famous Adigun Olowe Yoruba (an encyclopaedia of Yoruba proverbs), was installed on Saturday as Odo Agbe-Asaga of Isolu Alade kingdom, Ibeju Leki Lagos.
During the installation, Onisolu, said he honoured Adigun Olowe with the chieftaincy title in recognition of his contributions to the promotion of Yoruba cultural heritage.
In response, Adigun thanked the monarch and other traditional rulers present as well as the Isolu Alade chiefs for giving him the chieftaincy title.
Adigun, a five-year old boy from Fiditi, Oyo State is a nursery two pupil of Tabitha Nursery and Primary school, Felele Ibadan
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