2023 Polls: Seek redress in court if you’re not satisfied with election results, Kwara Monarch urges aggrieved contestants
By Rosheed Okiki
A first class traditional ruler in Kwara state, Oba Solomon Olugbenga Oloyede, has called on Nigerian political class to allow peaceful transition and avoid actions and utterances that could truncate the nation’s democratic journey.
Oba Oloyede who is the Olusin of Isanlu Isin in the Isin local government area made the call while speaking with newsmen in his palace.
He urged aggrieved contestants in the just concluded general elections to approach the tribunal and not to result to violence in order to sustain peace in various communities and the nation at large.
The Olusin said he has continually used his stool to attract and advocate development to his community and promised support to the state government in the interest of his community.
He praised Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for equipping health facilities, constructing and renovating schools, payment of workers’ salaries, and for ensuring improved welfare of traditional rulers’ welfare in the state.
Oba Oloyede who is the chairman, Isin local government traditional rulers’ council also advocated constitutional roles for the traditional rulers, as it was done during the colonial era for the betterment of the Nigerian society.