– The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, has got people talking on social media after singing and praying in church
– According to a Facebook user identified as Ayo Ojeniyi, the monarch attended a Baptist church in Iwo, the king’s domain
– Many people on social media have reacted to this, with some commending the king for leading by example
The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, has caused quite a stir on social media after singing and praying at a Baptist church in his domain.
In a video that was posted on Facebook by Ayo Ojeniyi, the monarch mounted the pulpit to sing beautifully, after which he prayed for the congregation.
Sharing the video, Ayo wrote:
“O lagbara oooooo !!! Oluwo at a Baptist Church Iwo.”
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Many react to the video
Facebook user identified as Abolade Saheed Kolawole said:
“That’s one of the qualities of a good leader just that when you don carry your loud you Dey miss Yan atimes , I love you for this and God bless you more.”
Tajudeen Samuel Kazeem-Onabiyi commented:
“God bless you the king of iwo and you are king of Israel.”
Oscar Richard said:
“The person who recorded this video is really a clown. I wonder what he was doing with his phone.”
Maruf Tiamiyu commented:
“You are so wonderfull my adorable king.”
Bola Florence Adeniran said:
“Behold God’s awesomeness! Who will not praise God? The Lord reigneth, let the earth tremble.”
Ajao Akinwale Abayomi commented:
“But what is bad in what the king is doing here now?”
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Legit.ng previously reported that Oluwo of Iwo made the list of four young and stylish kings in Yorubaland.
The traditional ruler of Iwo is a king whose sense of fashion has distinguished him among Yoruba monarchs.
The young controversial king has continued to urge people to promote the Yoruba culture by wearing local attires.
Source: Legit.ng News