Olúbàdàn’s remains Arrives Pópóyemọja’s Palace
The remains of the Olúbàdàn of Ìbàdànland, Ọba Saliu Akanmu Adetunji, Ajé Ògúngúnísọ̀, who joined his great ancestors has arrived his Pópóyemọja palace.
It was gathered that there was wailing as the remains of Oba Adetunji was brought back to his Palace in a UCH ambulance.
Wives, children and relations of the Ọba were seen crying and wailing on sighting the remains of the highly referred Ọba.
Addressing Journalists at the king’s palace, the Media Aide to the Monarch Mr Adeola Ọlọkọ said he had been recuperating at a private hospital before he was transferred to UCH where he spent just fours hours before he gave up the ghost.
Arrangement is already in top gear to prepare his final resting place.
Oba Adetunji who died at the age of 93, was installed on the throne of Olúbàdàn of Ìbàdànland on March 4, 2016, as the 41st Ọba.