MC Oluomo cannot be oba of Oshodi — Olushi Onigbesa family

MC Oluomo

The Olushi Onigbesa royal family says the chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) Lagos chapter, Musiliu Akinsanya aka MC Oluomo, has no right to the stool of oba of Oshodi.

At a press briefing on Wednesday, head of the royal family Kabiru Eyantan called on Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to stop MC Oluomo from becoming Oshodi monarch.

He said the royal family’s attention has been drawn to a picture of MC Oluomo circulated on social media where he is dressed in traditional kingly attire intended for an oba in Yorubaland.

“Our attention has also been drawn to the trending videos and news in social and conventional media with reference to the message delivered by a first class Oba in Ikorodu Division at the coronation anniversary of Oniba of Iba Kingdom in Iba Town, Ikeja Division on the issue of intended aspiration of Akinsanya to become Oba of Oshodi.

 “We plead with the Lagos State Government to avert communal crisis, breakdown of law and order and bloodshed in Oshodi community, if urgent action is not taken by our proactive and peace-loving Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to stop MC Oluomo from soliciting to become the Oba of Oshodi or laying claim to the Obaship stool,” Eyantan said.

He added that MC Oluomo was not eligible to the throne.

“To put the record straight, we state that the tribunal of inquiry into chieftaincy matters in respect of the upgrading Baale of Oshodi to first-class Obaship status was set up by Lagos State Government and lasted between January 2003 and December 2008 and the tribunal recommended that the Olushi Onigbesa royal family of Oshodi land is the only family eligible and entitled to the stool of the Oba of Oshodi.

“Alhaji Akinsanya is not a member of the Olushi Onigbesa royal family in Oshodi land and has no right to be the Oba of Oshodi stool and therefore is not eligible to aspire or to be appointed to the stool of Oba of Oshodi,” he added.

MC Oluomo’s media aide Sunday Moses told PUNCH that the NURTW leader would brief the media over the issue on Sunday.

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