The Akarigbo and paramount ruler of Remoland, Oba (Dr.) Adewale Babatunde Ajayi, has urged indigenes and residents of the neighborhood to spend money on Remoland owing to its endowment with human and materials sources.
He gave the cost throughout a media briefing to announce his sixtieth birthday and fifth-year coronation anniversary, yesterday, noting that Remo indigenes had their root at Ile-Ife with the panorama often called Remoland at this time due to its vantage location which is the gateway between Lagos, the business nucleus of Nigeria and the remainder of the nation.
The monarch mentioned that the important thing factor in sustaining a wholesome relationship with all of the ethnic teams in Sagamu, being a cosmopolitan city, was the power to take heed to folks’s issues.
He additional mentioned that the event of over 40 Remo communities would offer conducive surroundings for companies to thrive.
“Within the subsequent 10 years, I see Remo as the commercial capital of Ogun State and Nigeria, the place everyone will need to reside in peace, concord and love,” he mentioned.
In the meantime, the fifth coronation and sixtieth birthday committee of the Akarigbo of Remoland, headed by Otunba Seni Asetu, has mentioned that the celebration will showcase laudable achievements of the Akarigbo within the final 5 years.
Asetu mentioned that the seven-day twin occasion would begin between Friday, December 2, 2022 and Sunday, December 11, 2022.
He mentioned: “In unveiling the actions, there shall be a commemorative Islamic Prayers on Friday, December 2, 2022, on the Sagamu Central Mosque. On Saturday, December 3, the youths of Remoland will converge on Remo Stars Stadium, Ikenne, adopted by a devoted thanksgiving service for Kabiyesi at St. Saviour’s Church, Ikenne, on Sunday, December 4, 2022 respectively.
“On Monday, December 5, His Royal Majesty’s birthday shall be celebrated on the Akarigbo’s Palace, Wednesday, December 7, marks the precise day 5 years in the past when he ascended the throne. So, social golf equipment and Remo persons are anticipated to take part in a homage-paying ceremony with a cultural show to honour the Akarigbo on that day.”