Oke-Ogun residents felicitates newly installed monarch
The residents of Oke-Ogun community in Oyo State, under the auspices of Oke-Ogun Development Consultative Forum, have felicitated the first monarch of Ogombo in Lagos State, Oba Abiodun Muslim-Ogunbo, who was installed by the Lagos State Government recently.
According to Vanguard, the Ogombo kingdom in Eti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State, shared boundaries with popular areas like Ajah, Sangotedo, Okun Ajah, among others in Lagos.
The founders of the kingdom was said to have migrated from Saki in the Oke-Ogun area of Oyo State to Ogombo in Lagos in the 17th century.
The National President, ODCF, Ahmed Raji in a statement made available to newsmen in Iseyin Friday, revealed that the people of Oke-Ogun were happy that the region has positively impacted the whole world with sons and daughters who have lived their lives to better humanity.
They expressed optimism that the emergence of Oba Abiodun Ogunbo as the King of Ogombo Kingdom, developmental strides would follow.
“We, the people of Oke-Ogun are happy that our people all over the world are sources of good and admirable news, speaking specifically of the newly-installed, first Oba of Ogombo Kingdom, Oba Abiodun Muslim-Ogunbo, whose fore-bearers migrated to Lagos from Saki in our Oke-Ogun area.”
“We believe the emergence of Oba Abiodun will bring positive global attention to Ogombo Kingdom as well as Oke-Ogun region and its people progress, we also pray that the King will live long on the throne,” Raji said in the statement.
Raji commended the government of Lagos State for making the installation of the first monarch of Ogombo kingdom successful.
He stated that the support given to the ruling house will bring about further development to the state.