Lagos traditional ruler dies after Eid-el-Fitri prayers

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The Osolo of Isolo in Lagos State, Oba Kabiru Agbabiaka,  Adeola Olushi III, is dead.

The monarch died shortly after observing the Eid prayers on Wednesday.

The Chairman of Isolo Local Council Development Area, Olasoju Adebayo, confirmed his death in a statement seen by Dockaysworld correspondent.

The statement reads:


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“I have the instruction of the Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to formally announce the passing of the paramount ruler of Isolo Kingdom, Oba Kabiru Agbabiaka, Adeola Olushi III, today April 10, 2024. He was 64.

“He will be buried today by 4pm at his palace, 3/5 Akinbaye Street, Isolo, according to Islamic rites. May his soul rest in peace.”

The monarch spent 20 years on the throne before his untimely passing.


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