The Ooni of Ife, Prince pan forex Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has said there was no time he ordered the leader of the Oodu People’s Congress to vacate his office as the national coordinator of the group. Oba Ogunwusi, who said this appealed to the factions within the OPC to unite and work together in the interest of peace and harmony among members of the group and Yoruba race as a whole. Speaking in a statement issued on his behalf on Saturday by the Director, Media and Public Affairs, Ooni’s Place, Mr. Moses Olafare, the paramount monarch said Adams had invested a lot of time and resources into the group and because of this he should be treated with respect and love.
The monarch urged members of the public to discountenance the report in a newspaper, which he described as an unfounded rumour. The Ooni of Ife, Imperial Majesty, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi never at anytime ordered Otunba Gani Adams to resign as the leader of the OPC. Kabiyesi sees Otunba Gani Adams as an unapologetic loyalist and his son who has always treated him as his father with love and absolute respect. Otunba Adams is a great son of Oodua a and veteran Oodua Self-determinationist who has invested so much the socio-cultural emancipation of the Oodua race.
That is why we have always welcomed him as a member of the inner chamber of the Ooni’s Palace. On the request by a factional group of OPC members on a visit to the Ooni at Ile-Ife recently begging him to intervene in the OPC matters, the Yoruba foremost king admonished all the factions within the Pan-Yoruba group to close ranks and work together as one big family in the interest of unity and peace in Yorubaland. Baba said to them to close ranks in the interest of peace and unity of Yorubaland. He assured them of his fatherly support at all time as long as the unity of Yorubaland is not in jeopardy. Kabiyesi who slated to tour Europe in May on the invitation of sons and daughters of Oodua is committed to the emancipation of the race. His unwavering and unflinching determination to unite all forces in Yoruba Kingdom both home and in diaspora is the driving force behind all these.
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