The annual ojude oba ceremony for 2020 has been put on hold by the Ijebu traditional council due to the Coronavirus in Ogun state and Nigeria.
Oba Sikiru Adetona, the Awujale of Ijebu land made this known, through the Ijebu Regberegbe council platforms stating that all the necessary arrangements will be made towards 2021.
The council disclosed that attires and other accessories would be kept till 2021 edition, and Oba Adetona appealed to those that are yet to make their payments as part of their contributions towards the Ojude Oba 2020 to do so.
The royal father made it known that, those that have made the payments would not be charged for clothes, but are expected to pay other dues, such as Annual dues, social, welfare and insurance premium.
According to a letter that was signed by Ebumare of Ago-Iwoye, Oba Adenuga on behalf of Awujale of Ijebuland and forwarded to the Ojude-Oba planning committee “The postponement order came from the first class monarch”.
The royal father said that those who have failed to make payment of 2020 dues will make full payment with 2021 dues. Additionally, Awujale appealed to residents to adhere rigorously, and follow safety measures to curtain the spread of the corona virus.
Awujale called on those with covid 19 symptoms to seek help quickly and prayed to God for safety on his subjects, including families in the ancient town.
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