The ancient and industrial city, in Ogun State, Ibese was charged with elated jubilation as the news of the newly installed king bursted in the community


The Aboro of Ibese Land, Oba Oluwaseyi Mulero has enjoined Nigerians to be actively involved in the process of nation building, for better tomorrow


Oba Mulero who made the call during his acceptance speech shortly after his installation as the new monarch of the industrial town of Ibese in Ogun State.



He pointed out that, the current challenges confronting the nation would be surmounted, if the citizens contributed their quotas to the nation’s development by projecting well, the image of the country through patriotism


The monarch said whinnying and complainibg would not solve the myriad of challenges facing the country, rather, everyone should be actively involved in the electoral process especially during the 2023 general election, by obtaining their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs), to enable them exercise their civic responsibilities towards electing credible leaders


Oba Mulero appreciated Governor Dapo Abiodun and entire people of Ibese for confidence reposed in him, calling on sons and daughters of Ibese and its environs to come together as one indivisible family and join hands in developing the land.


Earlier, Governor Abiodun who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Mr Fagbohun Peter while presenting staff of Office and Instruments of Appointment to the Monarch, charged traditional  leaders in the town to put their differences aside and work for the progress of their community


Abiodun urged the indigenes and residents to give the traditional ruler maximum support, respect as well as needed cooperation to move the town to an enviable height


“Kabiyesi, by your appointment and installation, you have become a member of Yewa Traditional Council, you ate expected to cooperate and collaborate with other kings within the Traditional Council and mobilized your subject for effective discharge of their civic and social responsibilities, such as peaceful coexistence, enforcement of law and order, prompt payment of taxes and others levies among others,” Abiodun said


Also, the Chairman of Council, Hon Gabriel Ogunyomi, noted that the installation of the new monarch signals a new beginning that would usher in massive development for the people of the town and congratulated Oba Mulero on his ascension to the throne


The installation took place after the demise of the erstwhile monarch, Oba Joel Bamgbose , Aboro of Ibese who joined his ancestors on Thursday, 12th January, 2017.






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